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Ron Paul on the State of the Economy
Ron Paul recorded a series of short videos this weekend that offer analysis on the current financial problems.

Gold runs out in German rush
Markets to Fall 20% More at Most: IMF Economist
Scramble to save banks as IMF warns of meltdown
The Next Derivatives Bloodbath: Insurance and Auto Makers
Who is Behind the Financial Meltdown?
Europe’s Leaders, Threatened With `Disaster,’ Set New Strategy
GM Held Talks With Ford Before Turning to Chrysler
U.K. May Put Representatives on Bank Boards, Official Says
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The lurker bomb that can hover for ten hours… and then strike its target in the space of a minute
A revolutionary missile that can stalk a target until the perfect moment to strike is being developed by the Ministry of Defence for use against the Taliban in Afghanistan.

Barack Obama would offer John McCain a job is he wins the US election
Barack Obama would like to offer John McCain a job if he becomes president, in what his allies says is an attempt to end the bitter partisan rancour that engulfed the White House race last week.

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US to Buy Stakes in Banks, Plans Recapitalization Plan For Financial Firms
As the financial crisis threatens to spiral out of control, U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is taking extraordinary steps through the extensive authority granted to him under emergency rescue legislation.

G-7 Commit to `All Necessary Steps’ to Stem Global Meltdown
Swathes of global banking system to be ‘part-nationalised’ under G7 plan after Freefall Friday ends FTSE’s worst week
Cramer: Get Ready for Another Black Monday
Berlusconi Says Leaders May Close World’s Markets
White House dismisses idea of market suspension
The Derivatives Game
Gordon Brown accused of sabotaging Iceland economy
Who Got Nailed on Lehman’s Credit Default Swaps?

Monsanto-Backed State Bill Seeks to Outlaw rBGH-Free Label Claims on Milk Products
The Indiana House of Representatives is considering a bill that would prohibit dairy products from being labeled as free of recombinant bovine growth hormone (rBGH).

Run On The System: Black Friday
Stock markets across the world are in a state of hysteria. The tidal wave of sell-offs, which began when Henry Paulson announced the Bush administration’s $700 billion bailout plan for the sinking banking system, has swelled into a global tsunami racing round the globe. Shares fell sharply across Europe and Asia for the fifth straight day following a 679 drop on the Dow Jones.

Five killed in U.S. missile attack in Pakistan
Suspected U.S. drones fired two missile on Saturday into a Pakistani region regarded as an al Qaeda and Taliban safe haven, killing at least five militants, residents and an intelligence official said.

NKorea vows to disable nuclear plants after deal with US
Insider’s Projects Drained Missile-Defense Millions

Author: Military intelligence spied on Americans
Spying on Americans isn’t always about gathering information about terrorist organizations like al-Qaeda. Sometimes it’s about other important matters of national security.

Spying on Activists Discussed at Forum
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Five-Star Green Hypocrisy
Move over Al Gore. Swankier carbon charlatanism has come to town in the form of the World Wildlife Fund’s luxury getaway called “Around the World: A Private Jet Expedition.”

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U.S. nuked Iraq during Gulf War - report
An American war veteran has claimed that the U.S. dropped a nuclear bomb during the last days of the first Gulf War in Iraq in 1991.

Bush eyes taking North Korea off terror list

WeAreChangeLA grills Gen. Wesley Clark on Gladio/KLA/9-11
On 10/3/08, retired Four-Star General Wesley Kanne Clark took part in a discussion about International Justice at the UCLA Law School.

Alaska Inquiry Concludes Palin Abused Powers
Gov. Sarah Palin abused the powers of her office by pressuring subordinates to try to get her former brother-in-law, a state trooper, fired, an investigation by the Alaska Legislature has concluded.

Traditional lightbulbs banned by EU
The high energy filament bulbs are being phased out in order to improve energy efficiency and meet climate change targets.

A Possible Solution to the Economic Crisis: What is to be Done?
Readers have been pressing for a solution to the financial crisis. But first it is necessary to understand the problem. Here is the problem as I see it. If my diagnosis is correct, the solution below might be appropriate.

Anti-war nuns branded as ‘terrorists’
Sisters Carol Gilbert and Ardeth Platte have been “secretly branded by Maryland State Police as terrorists and placed on a national watch list” due to their participation in anti-war protest activities. They were added to the list after Maryland state police spied on them.

Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The Gold Rush & The Economy

Paul Joseph Watson: Internet Censorship a Growing Cancer

Steve Watson: British Kids Encouraged To Become "Climate Cops"

Steve Watson: Terror Stopped For Putting My Hand in My Pocket


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