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Huge Protests As New Jersey Declares Flu Vaccines Mandatory
Hundreds of concerned parents participated in demonstrations outside the New Jersey Statehouse yesterday in protest of the State's decision to mandate flu vaccinations for young children.

Colin Powell might endorse Obama
Retired Gen. Colin Powell, once considered a potential running mate for Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), now may endorse his opponent, Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.), according to Republican sources.

Obama: Democrats could still ’snatch defeat’
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The Fallacy of Precrime, It’s Not Just for the Movies!
In the movie Minority Report Tom Cruise portrays a policeman, of sorts, who works for a special police department called “Precrime” which apprehends criminals based on foreknowledge, provided by three psychics termed “precogs”.

Telco immunity faces first court challenge
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‘World News’ Rediscovers Global Warming
It might seem like a non-issue. With the stock market way off its 2007 record highs and banking institutions failing in the midst of a presidential election, global warming alarmists have toned down their pleas for economy-killing greenhouse gas emission regulations.

Global Cooling: Alaskan Glaciers Grow For First Time In 250 Years
Plans to implement a worldwide carbon tax in the name of saving the planet from global warming have taken another blow after it was revealed that Alaskan glaciers have grown for the first time in 250 years after an abnormally cool summer.

Alaskan Glaciers Grow for First Time in 250 years

Bailouts Have Failed: Banks Are Still Hoarding Cash
Despite spending trillions of dollars on the bailout plans, banks are still hoarding cash.

Banks borrow record $437.5 billion per day from Fed
Government’s Last Stand
JPMorgan Responsible for the Destruction of U.S. Financial System
Thank You, Mr. President
‘Incident’ Costs French Bank 470m


iPod users could be forced to turn down the volume under new EU directive
iPod users are likely to have the volumes on their personal stereos restricted over fears that the 'in ear' headphones are seriously damaging hearing.

Police Fight Police In Sao Paulo
Striking police detectives in Sao Paulo have been involved in violent clashes with state troopers during a protest march over police pay.

Oft-spurned Senator repeats request for White House torture docs
Patrick Leahy, in his role as chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, has often found himself on the receiving end of a metaphorical middle finger from the White House when he’s tried to exercise oversight of the Bush administration.

Ron Paul: Inflation Of Money Supply Will Solve Nothing
“Get the government out of the way, quit spending money, balance the budget, bring our troops home. And let the American people keep the money they earn, that means drastically reducing taxes, get the government out this over-regulation, give up on the idea that inflation solves every body’s problems.”

Global financial crisis could reach peak in spring - Russian source
Bush defends markets intervention

Government of Thieves: When Greed is Rewarded
Just as the Bush regime’s wars have been used to pour billions of dollars into the pockets of its military-security donor base, the Paulson bailout looks like a Bush regime scheme to incur $700 billion in new public debt in order to transfer the money into the coffers of its financial donor base.

Crude Oil Rises More Than $4 on Signs OPEC Will Cut Output
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U.S. Stocks Advance as Buffett’s Buying Offsets Housing Data

Investing in gold outlook still positive despite short-term price falls
Gold prices might have fallen markedly in response to a global equity market recovery and lagging crude oil prices, but an analyst has claimed the long-term outlook for investing in gold is still positive.

When Will $1,000 Gold Return?

Tehran mayor backs talks with US
The mayor of Tehran, a possible contender for the Iranian presidency, said Friday his country would welcome talks with the United States as supported by White House contender Barack Obama.

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Political scientists give Obama 80% chance of victory
Even before the current economic turmoil steered more voters towards Barack Obama, political scientists were predicting the Democratic candidate would win the presidency.

Bookie pays out early on Obama bets
If Elected Obama Will Declare CO2 a “Dangerous Pollutant”
John McCain calls JFK’s assassination an “intervention”
Obama keeps five-point lead on McCain
‘He’s a Arab’: SNL Special Features ‘Crazy Lady From the McCain Rally’

US-led strike kills 25 Afghan civilians
At least 25 civilians including women and children have been killed in an air strike by US-led forces in volatile southern Afghanistan, reports say.

India, US plan Arabian Sea war games
Dummy bomb falls from jet in Nevada


Colbert: NSA needs its ‘freaky three-way calling’
The revelation last week that the National Security Agency has routinely been listening to the personal phone calls of American soldiers, journalists, and aid workers abroad has led to fresh calls for government surveillance to be reined in.

Mystery of lost bees points to pesticide
It's been two years since Florida beekeeper Dave Hackenberg sounded the first alert about a mysterious disappearance of bees now known worldwide as Colony Collapse Disorder.

English honey to run out before Christmas




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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