Last Updated: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 18:03 GMT
Obama 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.

Obama Is Right, There Are More Important Issues Than His Birth Certificate
VIDEO: Obama slams birthplace claims as ‘silliness’
Donald Trump: Obama Birth Certificate Should Be Inspected For Authenticity
White House Releases Obama Birth Certificate; Fox News Says Case Closed

Eyewitness 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.

Big tank may be put under nuclear plant to store tainted water

Bernanke 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.

Police crack down on ‘troublemakers’ as royal wedding nears
Police warned protesters that “robust” action would be taken against anyone planning to disrupt the royal wedding, with more activists expected to be arrested ahead of Friday’s ceremony.

Illegal searches lead to surge in NY marijuana arrests, investigation claims
New York City police have been unfairly targeting minorities with illegal searches, causing a surge in the state’s mairjuana prosecutions, a recent public investigation found.

SETI forced to shut down search for alien life
The SETI Institute has been forced to temporarily shut down operations at its telescope array due to federal and state funding cutbacks.

Top 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.

Is a Rogue Computer Virus Shutting Down Nuclear Plants Worldwide?
At is now common knowledge that the U.S. and Israel developed the Stuxnet computer virus in order to slow down Iran’s nuclear program.

Why the Planes Were Not Intercepted on 9/11: The Wall Street Lawyer and the Special Ops Hijack Coordinator
Of the many unanswered questions about the attacks of September 11, one of the most important is: Why were none of the four planes intercepted? A rough answer is that the failure of the US air defenses can be traced to a number of factors and people.

QE2 and the Fate of the U.S. Economy
In the last few weeks, I’ve become particularly “attentive” to the intentions of Fed policy makers following the scheduled June end date for QE2.

20 Questions For Ben Bernanke
What Is Outsourcing?
Should You Buy A Home In 2011? Check Out These 29 Absolutely Crazy Statistics About The Housing Crisis

Oklahoma lawmakers approve life sentence for cooking hashish
A bill that mandates a sentence of up to life in prison for converting marijuana or marijuana oil into hashish is heading to Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin’s (R) desk after being passed by the state Legislature on Monday.

Pub singer arrested for racism after Chinese passers-by hear him perform Kung Fu Fighting
A pub singer has been arrested on suspicion of racism for singing the classic chart hit Kung Fu Fighting.

Soaring 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.

Soaring Costs Force Some Renters To Choose Between Shelter And Food

Ron 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 foreign policy.

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Real 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.

Congressional Study: Largest Banks Likely Profited By Borrowing From Federal Reserve, Lending To Federal Government
A newly-released study from the Congressional Research Service bolsters claims that the nation’s largest banks profited off the Federal Reserve’s financial crisis-era programs by borrowing cash for next to nothing, then lending it back to the federal government at substantially higher rates.

Ex-CIA 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.

Petraeus and Panetta said to be up for top posts as part of national security shakeup

Ron Paul announces presidential run, says Obama can’t win youth vote
Part of Paul’s fervent support in 2008 was grounded in college-aged voters, a constituency that also largely favored Barack Obama. In this campaign, the 75-year-old Paul said today, Mr. Obama won’t be able to hang on to the youth vote.

Radiation Readings in Fukushima Reactor Rise to Highest Since Crisis Began
Radiation readings at Japan’s Fukushima Dai-Ichi station rose to the highest since an earthquake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems, impeding efforts to contain the worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl.

Four Stories This Week Prove that the War On Terror Is a Bust
Four stories from the last week confirm what many have been saying for years: the war on terror is a bust.

Libya: Britain could arm rebels, David Cameron admits
Britain could arm the Libyan rebels to avert a lasting stalemate in the country, according to David Cameron.

Putin: Who gave NATO right to kill Gaddafi?

France and Italy in call to close EU borders in wake of Arab protests
France and Italy have thrown down the gauntlet over Europe’s system of passport-free travel, saying a crisis of immigration sparked by the Arab spring was calling into question the borderless regime enjoyed by more than 400 million people in 25 countries.

US-led 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.

GMO pesticides linked to birth defects, disruption of male hormones, cancer
Numerous studies in recent months have tied agricultural pesticides to reproductive and other serious health problems.

Armed agents invade Maxam Nutraceutics and steal natural health products in shocking FDA raid
Amidst all the destructive activities taking place in our world today that deserve attention, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has decided instead to make it a personal mission to destroy the businesses and livelihoods of those trying to help people through natural medicine.

Untrackerd 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.


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