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Obama Executive Order Targets Fourth Amendment
Remember when Barry Obama said he would close Gitmo because it wasn’t right to hold people without formal charges and trials? He made the pledge soon after assuming the ceremonial throne. He said he would get it done within 12 months.

Obama Prepares Executive Order For Indefinite Detention

South Korea readies major military drill near tense border
South Korea on Wednesday prepared for a major show of military strength involving fighter jets and tanks near the tense North Korean border as Washington ruled out “feel-good” talks with Pyongyang.

S.Koreans tweeting with N.Korea to be punished: officials

After Early Administration Denials, Director of National Intelligence Admits He Hadn’t Been Briefed on Alleged Terrorist Arrests in London
The Obama administration acknowledged Wednesday morning that retired Air Force Lt. Gen. Clapper had not been briefed about the arrests at the time of the interview.

FBI Informant Turner Gets 33 Months For Threats To Federal Judges
A right-wing Internet radio host was sentenced on Tuesday to 33 months in prison for threatening the lives of three Chicago federal appeals court judges after they upheld a local gun control law.

Municipal Bond Market Crash 2011: Are Dozens Of State And Local Governments About To Default On Their Debts?
In the United States, it is not just the federal government that has a horrific debt problem. Today, state and local governments across America are collectively deeper in debt than they ever have been before.

In a Sign of Foreclosure Flaws, Suits Claim Break-Ins by Banks

You Are A Terrorist
While the establishment constantly invokes the contrived terror threat as justification for the announcement that your every activity is being sent to federal fusion centers, those same fusion centers have been busy defining peaceful assembly, non-violent protest and criticism of the government as domestic terrorism. According to the government’s own definition of what constitutes terrorist activity – you are a terrorist.

‘People affiliated with our organization have already been assassinated,’ Assange claims
People have died because of their affiliation with secrets website WikiLeaks, according to founder Julian Assange.

Syria blames Israel for top general’s assassination, WikiLeaks cable reveals

Swine flu winter: 200 fight for life as number of patients doubles in a week to put strain on intensive care units
Nearly 200 swine flu victims were fighting for their lives last night.

Congress sticks it to U.S. farmers with passage of food safety bill that will actually cause fresh produce to be more dangerous
The U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 2751 yesterday with a 216 to 144 vote (yes, many members of the House did not even vote). The so-called Food Safety Modernization Act now heads to the President to be signed into law.

No Congress Since 1960s Makes Most Laws for Americans as 111th
However history judges the 535 men and women in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate the past two years, one thing is certain: The 111th Congress made more law affecting more Americans since the “Great Society” legislation of the 1960s.

Census: Fast growth in states with no income tax

Fluoride in Water Linked to Lower IQ in Children
Exposure to fluoride may lower children’s intelligence says a study pre-published in Environmental Health Perspectives, a publication of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.

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WikiLeaks: U.K. trained Bangladeshi ‘death squad’
The British government has trained a paramilitary force accused of hundreds of killings in Bangladesh, according to leaked U.S. embassy cables.

When you’re in a hole, George, stop digging
As Dan Hannan has noticed, the Moonbat has finally flipped. Snow, he is trying to tell us in all earnestness, is another sign that Man Made Global Warming is definitely happening.

Angry earth delivers stern lecture on global warming
Met Office Chief Climate Scientist Has Difficulty Reading Map

FCC Approves Controversial ‘Net Neutrality’ Regulations
By a 3-2 vote Tuesday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) passed so-called “Net Neutrality” rules aimed at prohibiting internet service providers (ISPs) from discriminating between Internet traffic.

Rev. Sharpton Calls for FCC Hearings On Talk Radio
Obama FCC Caves on Net Neutrality — Tuesday Betrayal Assured
The Most Important Free Speech Issue of Our Time

Metro Randomly Inspects Passengers’ Bags
Metro Police started randomly inspecting bags at the Braddock Road and College Park Metro stations Tuesday. Another woman, who did not object to the bag screening, was stopped for 45 seconds. She missed her train as her bag of Christmas presents was searched.

Holder Warns Of Threat Within: ‘Radical’ Citizens

UK plan to block online pornography ‘not possible,’ ISPs say
Plans to set up an online age verification scheme in the United Kingdom to limit access to pornography is not possible, according to Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in the country.



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