Last Updated: Tuesday, December 16, 2008 18:55 GMT
Army 'Strategic Shock' Report Says Troops May Be Needed To Quell U.S. Civil Unrest
A recent report produced by the U.S. Army War College's Strategic Institute warns that the United States may experience massive civil unrest in the wake of a series of crises which it has termed "strategic shock."

Report: Bush masked cost of wars that could top $1.7 trillion
Even if Barack Obama draws down troops in Iraq like he’s promised, a new report finds the US is on pace to have spent nearly $2 trillion on military operations including Iraq and Afghanistan over the next decade.

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Families’ 9/11 liability suit could go to trial
A federal district court judge in Manhattan said Monday that he will decide whether or not a suit brought against US airlines by families of several victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, may proceed.

New York planning ‘fat tax’ on drinks
If Governor David Paterson’s plan becomes law, consumers would pay more for non-diet versions of drinks such as Coca-Cola, the New York Times reported.

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Desperate Double Speak: Global Cooling Is Part Of Global Warming
An Associated Press article has stunned some readers by suggesting that an ongoing global cooling trend is actually indicative of how quickly the planet is succumbing to man-made global warming.

Defying Predictions, Sea Level Rise Begins to Slow

Bush Rewrites History: ‘I Never Said The Taliban Was Eliminated’
Early this morning, during a press conference in Kabul with Afghan President Karzai, President Bush attempted to paper over his previous declarations of victory over the now-resurgent Taliban. Bush claimed emphatically, “I never said the Taliban was eliminated.”

Why we must prosecute Bush

Bush’s Iraq assailant has broken arm, ribs: brother
The Iraqi journalist who threw his shoes at US President George W. Bush has a broken arm and ribs after being struck by Iraqi security agents, his brother told AFP on Tuesday.

Al-Zaidi charged for throwing shoes in presence of Maliki, not for aiming at Bush.
Shoe-thrower’s brother: He wanted to humiliate ‘tyrant’ Bush
Saudi businessman offers $10 million for shoe thrown at Bush

Saturn moon Enceladus has spreading Earth-like crust indicating liquid seas
Nasa has discovered evidence that one of Saturn's moons has a spreading Earth-like crust, strengthening the theory that there is a liquid-water sea beneath the surface.

HRT Doubles Risk of Breast Cancer
Drug companies can no longer deny the science: Breast cancer risk is doubled for women who take conventional Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) drugs.

U.S. “to set up bases” in Central Asia
The U.S. is planning to set up military bases in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, according to Russia’s head of the General Staff.

World government a danger
For years I have received letters written as elegantly as ransom notes, advising me of certain worldwide conspiracies. Sometimes the writing instrument of choice has been a crayon.

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Bank of England warns more needed to rescue UK economy as bail-out falters
Bank of England’s Governor Mervyn King has warned that more will be needed to rescue the UK economy as the Government’s £500bn financial bail-out fails to get battered banks lending again.

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Secret Service hit for not reacting quickly to shoe throwing
“A day after President Bush was nearly struck in the head by flying footwear at a Baghdad news conference, U.S. Secret Service officials faced questions Monday about how an Iraqi television reporter was able to hurl not one but two shoes at the president without the agents responsible for protecting him being able to move into the line of fire,” Tuesday’s Los Angeles Times reports.

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Federal Reserve sets stage for Weimar-style hyperinflation
The Federal Reserve has bluntly refused a request by a major US financial news service to disclose the recipients of more than $2 trillion of emergency loans.

Fed expected to cut US rates to 0.5%
The Madoff Scandal & Post-World War II US
When Should We Get Out of the Dollar?
Downturn spurs “survival panic” for some

Court sides with ACLU, strikes down Patriot Act gag provision
A federal appeals court ruling late Monday is the cause célèbre of the American Civil Liberties Union, as another provision of the Bush administration’s Patriot Act falls to the judicial system.

Council bureaucrats to be banned from using anti-terror spy laws

Obama unveils climate change team
President-elect Barack Obama named his energy and environmental chiefs and vowed a new dawn for US leadership on combating climate change after eight years of Republican foot-dragging.

Cheney admits authorizing torture
Outgoing VP says Guantanamo prison should stay open until end of terror war, but has no idea when that might be.

Iraqi group files 200 lawsuits against Rumsfeld, US security firms for torture

Sarkozy escapes a ‘Taser gun’ attack
French police have arrested a man armed with a knife and Taser gun for breaking into Nicolas Sarkozy's presidential palace in Paris.

Call to limit use of Taser guns

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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