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Navy investigating new set of Iraqi prisoner photos

The U.S. military has launched a criminal investigation into photographs that appear to show Navy SEALs in Iraq sitting on hooded and handcuffed detainees, and photos of what appear to be bloodied prisoners, one with a gun to his head.

>> Ohio protesters demand presidential recount

>> Iraq carnage kills 21 as UN official warns time not ripe for polls

>> Abuse photos will become propaganda tools: U.S.

>> Musharraf Says Bin Laden Trail Has Gone Cold -Post

>> Opposition protesters remain on Kiev's central square

>> America increases pressure on Annan over UN scandals

>> Rumsfeld To Remain At Pentagon

>> USA TODAY: Should the Constitution be amended for Arnold?

>> Fighting back at 'big buddy' government

>> The Coming Attack on Iran

>> The Re-Whitewashing of Alfred Kinsey

>> What Our Founding Fathers Knew: We Are Yet To Learn

Daily Show: Nuke Kids On The Block


>> Front man for a police state

>> 5 of 7 hit with Tasers were not violent

>> Kerik Is Not Fit To Serve As Homeland Security Chief

>> Kerick made his money as a Giuliani bootlicker and as president and chief executive of TASER INTERNATIONAL, manufacturers of police weapons that debilitate and kill

>> Villagers vow to fight private jail

>> Torture Can Be Used to Detain U.S. Enemies

>> Everyone's a terrorist: Shopping mall security guards in the U.S. are being taught to spot suicide bombers

>> Most younger people have never heard of Auschwitz

>> Eleven dead after Kashmir blast

>> Putin wants new business partnership with India

>> Iran bought metal useable in atomic bombs: diplomats

>> Iran threatens 'Top Secret' counter-attacks

>> Powell Says U.S. Can't Hunt Iran Nukes in Caves

>> Massive Higher Education Database Threatens Privacy

>> Mass. Gets Electronic Gun Fingerprinting

>> Big Brother or Protector?

>> Need a job? Get a card - arresting ID pitch to business

>> Car Czar: Car data recorders threaten privacy

>> What's your name? What's your number?
Are you legit? Counterfeit?

>> Paul Joseph Watson is a regular guest on The Alex Jones Show once a week on the GCN radio network. Click here for the live streaming audio.

>> The Vanity Fair Interview

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Bit by byte, privacy advocates say, that data stockpiling and the increasing ease with which computers can scour records pull back the curtains on the previously private.

The EU, US, Israel and Iran

Israel, as the late Edward Said used to say, is the last taboo. It is sacrosanct. No mention of it in the context of the US foreign policy is possible. It is the Teflon state. Nothing sticks to it, not even the charge of spying.

Iran's nuclear program will be monitored by security cameras... making it as secure as a 7-Eleven.

>> Here We Go Again

>> Humor: Canadian authorities arrest US president George W. Bush

>> Why Not Just Come Straight Out With It

>> OutFoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War On Journalism

Iran rejects any deal with IAEA chief over nuclear report

Iran on Sunday rejected any deal with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief Mohammed ElBaradei over his report on Iran’s nuclear programme.

Michael Moore Tells Hollywood Elite to Brace for Schwarzenegger Presidential Candidacy in 2008

Alex Jones, founder of Americans Against Arnold (Arnold confirmed the following through two separate sources who were in attendance: Michael Moore, standing in front of some of the most powerful people in Hollywood , told the participants that serious forces were working “relentlessly” to amend the Constitution so Arnold Schwarzenegger could run for President in 2008.
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