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Bush quietly seeks to make war powers permanent, by declaring indefinite state of war
As the nation focuses on Sen. John McCain's choice of running mate, President Bush has quietly moved to expand the reach of presidential power by ensuring that America remains in a state of permanent war.

David Kelly's closest female confidante on why he COULDN'T have killed himself
A female confidante of Dr David Kelly raised disturbing new questions last night over how the Ministry of Defence weapons inspector was able to kill himself.

CIA memos reveal doubts over 'key' Lockerbie witness
A Libyan "double agent" who was central to the CIA's investigation into the Lockerbie bombing exaggerated his importance in Tripoli's intelligence apparatus and gave little information of value, yet is still living at the US taxpayers' expense in a witness protection programme, according to previously unseen CIA cables.

Dollar Posts Biggest Monthly Gain Since Euro Debuted in 1999
The dollar posted its biggest monthly advance against the euro since the European currency's 1999 debut on evidence economic weakness that began in the U.S. spread and as crude oil prices declined.

Alex Jones Update from Denver - 8 29 08 - Time to Re-Focus
Alex Jones rounds up the final day of the convention from Denver.

Alex Jones - DNC Day 5 Update
Alex Jones Bullhorns MSNBC : 9/11 was an inside Job

NIST's WTC7 collapse models: some observations
NIST actually has models for the scenario without debris impact damage and for the scenario with their best estimated impact damage (the damage to the south side).

Ron Paul followers gathering for own convention
There's no room at the Xcel Energy Center for maverick Ron Paul, so his acolytes have packed their cars, hitched rides on "Ronvoys" and will pitch tents at Ronstock '08 in Minneapolis in defiance of next week's GOP convention in St. Paul, Minn.

Kremlin announces that South Ossetia will join 'one united Russian state'
The Kremlin moved swiftly to tighten its grip on Georgia’s breakaway regions yesterday as South Ossetia announced that it would soon become part of Russia, which will open military bases in the province under an agreement to be signed on Tuesday.

If EU introduces sanctions against Russia, Europe will have severe problems with fuel

Now it's the citizen snoopers: Councils recruit unpaid volunteers to spy on their neighbours
Councils are recruiting 'citizen snoopers' to report litter louts, dog foulers and even people who fail to sort out their rubbish properly.

Security chip injects hope into Mexicans in fear of abduction
Fearful of kidnap during the upsurge of organised crime ravaging their country, middle-class Mexicans are paying thousands of dollars to have tiny transmitter chips injected into their skin so that law enforcers can locate their whereabouts should they be held hostage.

Internet Traffic Begins to Bypass the U.S.

Russian Americans not content with U.S. coverage of conflict
The Congress of Russian Americans (CRA) has expressed concern over the lopsided coverage of the Georgia-South Ossetia conflict by the U.S. mass media.

Russia threatens to supply Iran with top new missile system as 'cold war' escalates

SAS kills hundreds of terrorists in 'secret war' against al-Qaeda in Iraq
More than 3,500 insurgents have been "taken off the streets of Baghdad" by the elite British force in a series of audacious "Black Ops" over the past two years.

Iraq, China ink multibillion-dollar deal

Legal bid to stop CERN atom smasher from 'destroying the world'
Critics of the Large Hadron Collider - a £4.4 billion machine due to be switched on in ten days time - have lodged a lawsuit at the European Court for Human Rights against the 20 countries, including the UK, that fund the project.

The 'consensus' on climate change is a catastrophe in itself

Mayor Orders the Evacuation of New Orleans
City officials ordered everyone to leave New Orleans beginning Sunday morning — the first mandatory evacuation since Hurricane Katrina flooded the city three years ago — as Hurricane Gustav grew into what the city’s mayor on Saturday called “the storm of the century” and moved toward the Louisiana coast.

Iran warns any attack would start 'world war'
A senior Iranian military commander has warned that any US or Israeli attack on the Islamic republic would start a world war, the state news agency IRNA reported on Saturday.

Israel planning unilateral Iran attack
Abdullah II: Israel can't defeat Iran

Economic downturn worst in '60 years'
Alistair Darling has warned that Britain's economic downturn will be the worst in 60 years.

Integrity Bank Becomes 10th U.S. Failure This Year

Frederick News Post column proclaims Ivins' innocence
When Norm Covert, a conservative former Fort Detrick public affairs officer, and attorney Barry Kissin, liberal activist opposing Detrick's biolab expansion, agree that Bruce Ivins was not the anthrax killer, either the world's spinning off its axis, or the truth is staring us so hard in the face we'd have to be blind to miss it.

The Democrats endorse the "Global War on Terrorism": Obama "goes after" Osama
The Obama-Biden campaign has endorsed the very foundations of the Bush administration's foreign policy agenda: "Go after Osama bin Laden, "take him out".

Army Experience Center offers simulations at mall
The new Army Experience Center, which opened Friday at the Franklin Mills Mall, is not exactly a store, although it is trying to sell something -- the military life.

Pentagon denies high civilian death toll in Afghanistan

Paul Joseph Watson: Internet Censorship a Growing Cancer

Steve Watson: British Kids Encouraged To Become "Climate Cops"

Steve Watson: Terror Stopped For Putting My Hand in My Pocket

Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The state wants your children.


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