Wednesday, September 23, 2009 18:27
National Guard Prepare For Crowd Control Duties
As military-run internal checkpoints rapidly multiply across the United
States and the country sinks into a state of de facto martial law, it
has been announced that no less than 2,500 National Guard troops will
work with Army and Air Force personnel to undertake "crowd control"
duties during the upcoming G20 Summit in Pittsburgh.
March for Answers
The March for Answers is a not just a protest march against further
suppression of NYC CAN in its battles with the City of New York City
to get the referendum for a new 9/11 investigation on the November ballot.
Alert: U.S. Troops Now Occupying America
Under the pretext of "helping" local communities short of
police in difficult economic times, as well as preparations for a potential
swine flu pandemic, U.S. troops are now occupying America as the country
sinks into a state of de facto martial law.
groups open ‘climate war room’
The cap-and-trade movement, spooked by the pounding health care reform
took over the August break, is scrambling to persuade nervous Democrats
they won’t suffer politically for taking another tough vote this
sues for files on Bagram prisoners
After months of asking politely and being refused, the American Civil
Liberties Union has sued the U.S. Departments of Defense, State and
Justice, along with the Central Intelligence Agency, to obtain files
on prisoners in U.S. custody at the Bagram detention center in Afghanistan.
Calls for a New Era of Global Engagement
The United States is ready to begin a new era of engagement with
the world, President Obama said Wednesday in a sweeping address
to the United Nations General Assembly in which he sought to clearly
delineate differences between his administration and that of former
President George W. Bush.
Urges Passage of Financial Reform
Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner urged Congress on Wednesday
to adopt the Obama administration’s proposals to overhaul
financial regulations, warning that the system was still fraught
with the same problems that helped to create last year’s crisis.
senators declare war on Net neutrality
Six Republican senators have introduced an amendment that would
block the Federal Communications Commission from implementing its
recently announced Net neutrality policy.