Last Updated: Sunday, October 19, 2008 11:53 GMT
Bush to Host First in Series of Summits on Financial Crisis
The leaders of the U.S., France and the European Commission will ask other world leaders to join in a series of summits on the global financial crisis beginning in the U.S. soon after the Nov. 4 presidential election.


The Guys From ‘Government Sachs’
Paulson Panics Over UK Banking Crisis Solution
Pumping Dollars Into an Airplane with a Hole in the Side
A Gigantic Armed Robbery
OPEC chief wants ’substancial’ cut in output
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North Korean diplomats prepare for ‘Kim Jong-il announcement’
North Korean diplomats abroad have been ordered to stay close to their embassies and await an “important announcement,” according to a Japanese newspaper.

Hannity To Glenn Beck: ‘You’re A Perfect Fit’ For Fox News
On Thursday, Fox News announced that CNN’s Glenn Beck would join the network next spring, hosting the 5 p.m. daily news program. Yesterday on his radio program, Beck read a congratulatory e-mail from Fox’s Sean Hannity, welcoming him to “the Fox family”.

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Farmers sue labs over foot-and-mouth
A group of farmers have launched a legal claim against two laboratories blamed for last year’s outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease, it was announced today.

EU Leaders Call for Global Currency
If we are to believe the Washington Post, French president and current EU leader Nicolas Sarkozy has pledged to save us from nameless “freewheeling bankers and traders” who get the blame for the current economic crisis.


Ron Paul on The Alex Jones Show: “A Global Financial Order”
Spending Surge Pushing Deficit Toward $1 Trillion
Wall Street banks in $70bn staff payout
Bankers’ £16bn bonus bonanza
Government of Thieves
How We Got Here: It was a Deliberate Policy
Central Bankers Think Credit Default Swaps are the Most Important Economic Indicator
Inflation Or Deflation? BOTH

Response to 9/11 was ‘huge overreaction’ - ex-MI5 chief
A former head of MI5 today describes the response to the September 11 2001 attacks on the US as a “huge overreaction” and says the invasion of Iraq influenced young men in Britain who turned to terrorism.


Americans Flunk Simple 3-Question Political Survey
Some news audiences are more politically savvy than others, according to a new poll, with readers of The New Yorker and similar high-brow magazines being the most knowledgeable.

Passports will be needed to buy mobile phones
Everyone who buys a mobile telephone will be forced to register their identity on a national database under government plans to extend massively the powers of state surveillance.

New law to allow police to collect DNA in secret from teacups

Obama tells 175,000 supporters: change is coming
Democrat Barack Obama said Saturday the winds of change were blowing across America as he roused monster crowds totalling more than 175,000 in the Republican “red” state of Missouri.

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Sun’s protective ‘bubble’ is shrinking
The protective bubble around the sun that helps to shield the Earth from harmful interstellar radiation is shrinking and getting weaker, Nasa scientists have warned.

Man dies after Chicago police use taser on him
A man died today after Chicago police shot him with a taser gun when he approached officers with “a sharp-edged object” during a confrontation on the West Side, police said.

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Barack Obama vows to ‘change the world’
Barack Obama has vowed that he will “change the world” even as he urged his supporters to guard against complacency.

Thousands Face Mix-Ups In Voter Registrations

Thousands March In Baghdad Against U.S. Pact
Thousands of followers of anti-American cleric Moqtada al-Sadr took to the streets on Saturday in a demonstration against a pact that would allow U.S. forces to stay in Iraq for three more years.

Low priority for Palestinian issue if Obama elected US president
NKorea revives nuclear disablement: US

U.S. to Restart Work on Space-Based Missile Defenses
Congress recently approved a $5 million grant to begin study of space-based missile defenses. This marks the first time money has been allocated to the program since work on space-based systems was canceled in the 1990s by President Clinton. Two years ago, Congress rejected a similar proposal.

Compulsory sex education for pupils as young as five could become law
Children as young as five could face compulsory sex education lessons.

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.




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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