Thursday, Dec 30, 2010 10:47 CET Feds,
Police Enforce Mandatory Blood Tests At Florida Checkpoints In a shocking, but not unprecedented, turn of events drivers
in Florida will be mandated to allow police to jab a needle in their
arm and extract blood at DUI checkpoints should they refuse to submit
to breath tests.
Has Gone Away Anyone who doesn’t believe that the US
is an incipient fascist state needs only to consult the latest assault
on civil liberty by Fox News. Instead of informing citizens, Fox News
informs on citizens. Jason Ditz reports that Fox News “no longer
content to simply shill for a growing police state,” turned in
a grandmother to the Department of Homeland Security for making “anti-American
adds more special troops, tanks: S.Korea North Korea has added 20,000 soldiers to its
feared special forces over the past two years and deployed an unspecified
number of new battle tanks, South Korea’s defence ministry said
Wheelchair Protester Targeted by TSA Over Buttocks A woman who hit headlines earlier this month
for protesting the invasive new TSA airport security theatre by
donning just a bra and panties has been targeted and prevented from
flying by TSA officials who cited an “unusual contour”
around her buttocks.
groups fear UN could threaten cyberspace Officials from 18 countries held an impromptu,
late-night meeting earlier this month at the United Nations office
in Geneva, and made a decision that rattled Internet technocrats
around the world.
from copper to silver hit record highs Copper has hit yet another record high in
a strong morning for metals trading, as commodities shook off China’s
efforts to halt inflation by raising interest rates on Christmas
of Genetically Modified Foods with Dr. OZ For years, scientists have been cross-breeding
plants and animals to create the most desirable traits for our food.
For example, the Golden Delicious apple is merged with the Kid’s
Orange-Red breed of apple to create the particular flavor and heartiness
of the Gala apple. For over a century these practices were limited
to combining the traits of organisms only within the same species.
to ban hundreds of herbal remedies Hundreds of herbal medicinal products will
be banned from sale in Britain next year under what campaigners
say is a “discriminatory and disproportionate” European