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Draft Riots Feared: No Matter Who Wins in November, Draft Will Return

Regardless of the outcome of next November’s presidential election, the federal government will initiate a military draft in 2005, unless there is a dramatic slackening of the need for U.S. troops for the ongoing war in Iraq and for “peacekeeping” duties around the world.

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Paul Joseph Watson is a regular guest on The Alex Jones Show, 12:30 CST every Tuesday on the GCN radio network. Click here for the live streaming audio.

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Big Brother in the car

Government officials at the National Transportation Safety Board are trying to leverage an emotive incident to push regulations that infringe on American privacy and civil liberties.

First Step in Austin Access Television Takeover Complete

The corporate takeover of Austin Access Television (ACTV) continues. Thursday of last week, News 8 Austin, owned by Time Warner (which is behind Austin Music Partners, which is taking over Channel 15) reported that by this week Austin Music Network (AMN) would be merged with ACTV.
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Mystery surrounds 'kidnap' of Iranian envoy in Karbala

Mystery last night surrounded the fate of an Iranian diplomat after a video purportedly made by an Iraqi militant group said he had been taken hostage.

Did Richard Nixon prolong war in Vietnam to win re-election? No, he didn't, says Kissinger

As President George Bush faces an election with US troops enmeshed in a foreign conflict, evidence has emerged that President Richard Nixon may have delayed a military pullout from Vietnam in 1972 to avoid a collapse that might have imperilled his bid for a second term.
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