Last Updated: Wednesday, December 10, 2008 18:47 GMT
Over 650 Scientists Challenge Global Warming "Consensus"
Over 650 scientists have put their names to a US Senate Minority report that challenges the contention of the UN's International Panel on Climate Change that there is a scientific "consensus" on the causes of global warming.

Obama vows to end global warming ‘denial’ after Gore talks

Pakistan navy, air force put on high alert
Islamabad: Pakistan has put its navy and air force on high alert in wake of the Indian Air Force alert in response to heightened perceptions of air attacks.

India, Pakistan nukes secure: Pentagon
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Google Flu Trends spreads privacy concern
Google’s new Flu Trends tool, which collects and analyzes search queries to predict flu outbreaks around the country, is raising concern with privacy groups.

Ex-ISI Chief Gul Exposes 9/11 Inside Job
Former Pakistani ISI chief Hamid Gul appeared on the Alex Jones Show yesterday and shared his contention that the 9/11 attack was an inside job, laying out details that were censored during a CNN interview on the same subject last weekend.

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Mumbai police question fifth terror suspect as hunt begins for for 20 suicide recruits ’still on the loose ‘
Up to 20 suicide mission recruits are still on the loose in the wake of the Mumbai terror attacks, Indian police have claimed.

Role of Alleged CIA Asset in Mumbai Attacks Being Downplayed

Russia, China to strengthen ties in military aircraft production
Russia and China are set to boost cooperation in the sphere of combat aircraft production, the director general of Russia's Sukhoi aircraft manufacturer said on Wednesday.

Russian, Chinese defense ministers to meet

Police taser man in diabetic shock
Luckily for a driver who went into severe diabetic shock last month in Oklahoma, police arrived on the scene and called in an ambulance.

Gore ‘rules out’ environment job with Obama
The former US vice-president Al Gore met Barack Obama in Chicago yesterday as the President-elect prepares to name the next energy secretary and top environment official.

21 spotless days and solar magnetic field still in a funk
Kyoto: BBC Continues to Flog Dead Parrot

Afghan forces killed in US attack
Six policemen and one civilian have been killed in a friendly fire attack in southern Afghanistan.

Leading Chinese dissident arrested
A leading dissident who organised a charter signed by hundreds of Chinese thinkers, academics and writers calling for dramatic political and legal reforms was under arrest yesterday.

Countdown: Comment on the Bush Legacy
Keith debunks the talking points memo put out by the Bush administration trying to rewrite his legacy.

Bush’s staff receive speech orders
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Ron Paul Radio Interview ‘Nationalization’ 12/9
Dr. Paul was interviewed about the auto bailout and other economic issues on Newsradio AM 740 KTRH out of Houston, Texas.

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Card Check
Even though the Federal Reserve is now the biggest single participant in the financial system, the myth of a “free market” still lingers on. It’s mind boggling.

AIG owes USD 10b over soured trades
Whitney: Banks On Life Support Next 18 Months
Worsening Spending Slump Paces ‘Scary’ U.S. Recession
Framework of Detroit bailout set

British troops to withdraw from Iraq by June
The withdrawal of the 4,000 British troops in Iraq will be completed by next June, a senior defence source has disclosed.

NKorea claims US recognises it as nuclear weapons state
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Civil Liberties Are Cut in this Economic War: Hendry
As the financial crisis deepens, civil liberties are curtailed by governments eager to put an end to falls in share prices and economies, Hugh Hendry, chief investment officer and partner at Eclectica told CNBC.

BIS Warns that Bailouts Could Damage Financial System
How Bad Could It Get?
Three-Month Treasury Bills Lowest Since Auctions Began in 1929
Interest rates set to plunge to 0%

Ergenekon agent spent time in northern New Jersey prior to 9/11
Tuncay Guney, the Turkish National Intelligence Organization (MIT) agent who was a key player in the right-wing “Deep State” Ergenekon movement that attempted to overthrow the Turkish government, spent time in North Jersey in the months prior to the 9/11 attacks, according to a reliable source who spoke to WMR.

Turley: ‘Strange alliance’ between Bush and alleged 9/11 mastermind
9/11 Patsies Withdraw Offer To Confess

Krauthammer and Barnes call for ‘indefinite detention’ law for suspected terrorists
Last night on Fox News, war hawks Charles Krauthammer and Fred Barnes expressed outrage at President-elect Obama’s pledge to close the Guantanamo Bay prison for suspected terrorists. As an alternative, Krauthammer called on Democrats to pass an “indefinite detention” law; Barnes wholeheartedly agreed.

Stop the music torture, rock bands tell U.S.

Government plans emergency extranet
The Civil Contingencies Secretariat and Communities and Local Government are developing a National Resilience Extranet.

Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The Gold Rush & The Economy

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


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