deploy mobile X-ray fleet to radiate, scan Americans
The encroaching Big Brother nightmare has escalated even further with
a recent announcement that the U.S. government has purchased mobile
X-ray vans to scan people and vehicles at sporting events, road stops
and even at random.
Times: Expect More Bailouts
THE government is pulling a sheet over TARP, the Troubled Asset Relief
Program created during the panic of 2008 to bail out the nation’s
financial institutions. With the program’s expiration on Sunday,
we can expect to hear lots of claims from the folks at the Treasury
that it was a great success.
behind failed Ecuador coup?
In the latest of Latin American coup attempts, thousands of national
police took to the streets yesterday in a failed attempt to overthrow
Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa over a new law they felt jeopardized
backed by drones in Pakistan The CIA is using an arsenal of armed drones
and other equipment provided by the U.S. military to secretly escalate
its operations in Pakistan by striking targets beyond the reach
of American forces based in Afghanistan, U.S. officials said.
Issues Terrorism Alert for Travel to Europe The State Department issued an alert on
Sunday urging Americans traveling to Europe to be vigilant about
possible terrorist attacks in a statement that specifically cites
the potential involvement of Al Qaida.
hired Karzai brother before 9/11, Woodward says Ahmed Wali Karzai, the half-brother of Afghanistan’s
president and boss of the strategically important Kandahar province,
has been on the CIA payroll for over a decade, Bob Woodward writes
in his new book, “Obama’s Wars.”
Says It Arrested Computer Worm Suspects Iran has arrested an unspecified number
of “nuclear spies” in connection with a damaging worm
that has infected computers in its nuclear program, the intelligence
minister, Heydar Moslehi, said Saturday.