Last Updated: Monday, September 29, 2008 20:21 GMT
Ron Paul: Bailout Will Destroy Dollar, World Economy
As a vote neared on the $700 billion dollar plus bailout bill, Congressman Ron Paul took to the House floor this morning to warn that the passage of the legislation will destroy the dollar and the world economy.

Congress Rejects Bail-Out Plan
Calls For New EU Financial Order Increase As Total Meltdown Becomes Likely
Protests on Wall Street - what the news media isn’t showing you
Not so much bail-out as rip-off
FDIC Announces Citigroup to Buy Wachovia
I’ve watched the economy for 30 years. Now I’m truly scared
Did Major Credit Card Companies Shut Down Investigation Into RFID security?
Money-Market Rates Jump as Bank Rescues Stoke Lending Concern
Stocks Tumble Worldwide, Government Bonds Rise on Bank Concerns
Treasury Would Emerge With Vast New Power
Financial crisis: pound falls most in 15 years in wake of B&B nationalisation

New mental health powers threaten rights, claim lawyers
Lawyers are lining up to challenge the legality of the new Mental Health Act as fears about the imminent new powers grow among patients.

Congresswoman: Criminal Insiders Behind Bailout Bill

Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur boldly slammed the bailout bill this past weekend as the work of criminal insiders who have shut down the normal legislative process to commit “high financial crimes” and defraud the American people, while Rep. Michael Burgess warns that “martial law” has been declared.

Trouble in Banktopia: The financial system is blowing up
Government confirms B&B nationalisation
US Bailout Vote Nears as Crisis Hits Europe Banks
Rep. Michael Burgess - “we are under Martial Law”
Bloomberg Analyst: $700 Billion Bailout Could Balloon to $5 Trillion
Grand Theft Taxpayer
Euro Falls Sharply vs Dollar
Oil falls over $3 on dollar, financial worries

Chavez interested in nuclear help from Russia
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on Sunday said he was interested in working with Russia to develop a civilian nuclear power program.

Denver cops get T-shirts that mock DNC protesters
Denver's police union is facing criticism for printing a commemorative T-shirt that makes light of the use of violence by police, particularly in the wake of 154 arrests during the week of Democratic National Convention this past August.

9/11 truth movement continues to grow

Tasering of mom with baby ‘necessary,’ police say
Vancouver police are defending a decision by officers to Taser a 16-year-old mother who wouldn’t hand her baby over to social workers last Monday, saying the officers were afraid to engage in a tug of war with the mother for what they said was a critically ill baby.

Iran says it will pursue nuclear work despite UN demand
Iran said on Monday it will go on with its uranium enrichment activities despite a fifth UN Security Council resolution calling for a freeze to the sensitive nuclear work.

British drinking water ‘may be tainted with prescription drugs’
Britain’s drinking water supplies will be tested for safety amid fears that rivers are contaminated with prescription drugs.

Britain mulls taxing Ipod users
BRITAIN’S BROADCASTING regulator and competition authority, Ofcom, says people could soon have to pay an “Ipod tax” to pay for crappy, yet expensive, programmes on ITV and Channel 4.

China calls for end to ‘force’ against Iran
China has called for an end to the 'use of force' against Tehran in a move that will further complicate the push for new anti-Iran sanctions.

Four killed in Lebanon army bus blast
Xinhua Caught Publishing Fake Chinese Spacecraft Article

Showbusiness stars help controversial MMR jab doctor Andrew Wakefield relaunch career in America
The doctor whose research has been blamed for a slump in child vaccinations in Britain has relaunched his career in America with celebrity support.

Presidential debates are a stitch-up
The idea that the presidential debates are "high-risk TV" in which the candidates can be questioned "on any subject matter" is laughable (90 minutes in TV spotlight that will make or break candidates, September 26).

Palin: ‘Only Flag in My Office’ Is Israeli

Report: Bush ‘Personally Directed’ Gonzales To Strong-Arm Ashcroft At His Bedside
F ormer Deputy Attorney General James Comey said he believed President Bush made a call to Ashcroft’s wife…

Global warming has paused
Recent studies by the Hadley Climate Research Center (UK), the Japan Meteorological Agency, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the University of East Anglia (UK) and the University of Alabama Huntsville show clearly that the rising trend of global average temperature stopped in 2000-2001.

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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