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Birth Certificate "Raises As Many Questions As It Answers"
Despite some political commentators insisting that the White House release
of what it claims to be Barack Obama's long form birth certificate represents
the end of the "crazy birther fringe" movement, those who
most fiercely pushed doubts surrounding the president's eligibility
are not convinced.
in Illinois Reports High Radiation Levels on Forsythia Bush
Last week, my Illinois source called me and was concerned about the
contamination or radiation in his area . He had a friend who owned a
scanner for alpha, beta and gamma. After discussing with me the best
way to check around the house, he proceeded to familiarize himself with
the instrument and take readings.
seen indicating no haste to tighten Fed policy
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke on Wednesday will likely use his
first-ever news conference on monetary policy to hammer home the case
for a patient approach to withdrawing the central bank’s extensive
support for theU.S. economy.
Mexican Drug Lord: I Trafficked Cocaine For The U.S. Government
The "logistical coordinator" for a top Mexican drug-trafficking
gang that was responsible for purchasing the CIA torture jet that crashed
with four tons on cocaine on board back in 2007 has told the U.S. District
Court for the Northern District of Illinois in Chicago that he has been
working as a U.S. government asset for years.
food prices a threat across Asia
Soaring global food prices threaten to push tens of millions of Asians
into extreme poverty and cut the region’s economic growth this
year, the Asian Development Bank warned in a report on Tuesday.
Paul: Why I Want To Be President Ron Paul is America’s leading voice
for limited, constitutional government, low taxes, free markets,
a return to sound monetary policies, and a sensible pro-America
Men Punch Women Full In The Face Over the last few weeks, “beat downs”
in public eateries have become common. Now the cops have joined
in, as a cellphone video from Atlanta posted on YouTube reveals.
chief: Kadhafi was good partner The former chief of the CIA on Tuesday praised
Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi’s past cooperation and said his
downfall could complicate US interests in the short term.
forces kill two Afghan civilians
Two civilians have been killed by US-led foreign troops in eastern
Afghanistan, amid growing discontent over the rising number of civilian
fatalities in the war-ravaged country.
App Stops iOS GPS Storing Tracking Data On Your iPhone
If you are a little concerned about the data being stored on your
iPhone regards your wear abouts, a new application has been published
to the Cydia app store for jailbroken iPhones, that now allows you
to remove the data contained in the consolidated.db file.