Last Updated: Tuesday, September 9, 2008 21:32 GMT
What Is The Secret Killing Weapon In Iraq?
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Bob Woodward revealed to Larry King last night that the U.S. has embarked on a "secret killing program" in Iraq which has dramatically reduced attacks on coalition troops by wiping out terrorists, but what could this secret weapon possibly be?

U.S. plans $7 billion missile-defense sale to UAE
George Bush announces plan to move US troops from Iraq to Afghanistan

Saakhashvili: Georgia has evidence Russia started the war
Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili said he handed over 'solid evidence' to the European Union that his country did not start the conflict in the southern Caucasus, Georgian media reported Tuesday.

Saakashvili lied once again – Russian FM
Russia to keep troops in Georgia
Russia denies civilian casualties in airstrikes on Tbilisi

Israel plotting Ahmadinejad kidnapping?
The one-time spy and Israeli minister Rafi Eitan says Tel Aviv might kidnap Iran's President Ahmadinejad over his anti-Israel remarks.

Liquid Bomb "Terror Plot" Collapses In Court
The much vaunted liquid bomb "terror plot" that provoked paranoid airport security measures, an overnight change in baggage procedures, and at one point led to mothers having to drink their own breast milk, completely collapsed yesterday in court after the alleged ringleader was completely acquitted and none of the other suspects were charged with conspiracy to blow up an airliner.

Demand FBI Reveal How Much of Ivins' Sample was Taken by Other People
The FBI's August 18th briefing revealed that originally there were two flasks containing the RMR-1029 anthrax spore batch. The two RMR 1029 flasks held a total of "about a liter" of concentrated anthrax spores.

Insights Into the Question of Whether the Anthrax was Weaponized

Mistakes on Terrorist Watch List Affect Kids
WE’VE heard a lot about airline passengers with common names — Michael Kirby, David Nelson — who are routinely flagged at airports because their names match or resemble one on the federal terrorist watch list.

Brazil, Argentina to eliminate US dollar
Brazil and Argentina have signed a deal that will let the two nations do away with US dollar as an intermedium in their bilateral trade.

Debt Crisis: Who Got Us into This Mess and What are the Real Political Options?

Italian minister pays homage to fascist troops
Italy's defence minister yesterday paid tribute to fascist soldiers who fought in Italy alongside German troops during the second world war, inflaming a row prompted on Sunday when Rome's mayor refused to condemn fascism as evil.

Original Anthrax Patsy Says Ivins "Didn't Kill Himself"
A former colleague and friend of Bruce Ivins, and the original suspect in the FBI's investigation into the 2001 anthrax attacks, has declared that Ivins did not kill himself and was not behind the attack that killed five people shortly after 9/11.

9/11 Rumors That Become Conventional Wisdom
CAIRO — Seven years later, it remains conventional wisdom here that Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda could not have been solely responsible for the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and that the United States and Israel had to have been involved in their planning, if not their execution, too.

An Inconvenient Youth
Childhood indoctrination. It’s a dirty word. Hitler did it. Stalin did it. It can never happen here in the free world, now can it? Of course not.

Newly released video shows how easily electronic voting machines can be hacked, pried open
A newly released video depicts an eerie scenario in which voting machines produce an XXXXXX result for the ballot position of US senator after a vote is placed and then replaces the XXXXXX with an individual's name.

How Far From a Police State?
Just how close is the United States to becoming a police state? The events at the Republican National Convention, where 800 arrests took place, can answer part of that question.

GOP convention provided Big Brother services to delegates
In Government We Trust?, Part 2

Global realignment: How Bush inspired a new world order
The series of unfortunate and costly decisions made during the two terms of the Bush administration, combined with economic decline at home, might devastate the US’s world standing much sooner than most analysts predict.

Millions of Iraqis Uprooted

Barclaycard unveils plans for paying using your mobile phone, key fob or fingerprints
Once you wouldn't leave home without it. But the credit card could soon be cashing in its chips.

NKorean leader Kim collapsed last month
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il collapsed last month, a news report said Tuesday, as foreign observers waited to see whether the reclusive leader would appear at an anniversary parade later in the day.

NKorea to stage massive parade

Kremlin sends nuclear cruiser to Caribbean for first manoeuvres on U.S. doorstep since Cold War
Russia is planning to deploy an armed nuclear-powered warship on America's doorstep for the first time since the Cold War.

Russia says Iran nuclear plant nearing completion

Networks Link Global Warming to Hurricanes
As goes the cyclical nature of tropical weather goes the cyclical nature of the media tying tropical weather to anthropogenic global warming.

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

Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The state wants your children.


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