Last Updated: Monday, December 28, 2009 12:46 GMT
Bathroom Visits Now Considered Potential Terrorism
As a result of the highly suspicious incident on Christmas Day where a Nigerian man on a terror watchlist with no passport and explosive materials was allowed to board Delta Flight 253, suffocating security paranoia has been implemented to the point where bathroom visits are now considered potential terrorism.

Obama urges review of terror watch-list
US orders body searches after botched airline attack
“Unpredictable” Screenings Lengthen Airport Security
Nigerian rebel group condemns plane attack
Corporate Media Claims Underwear Bomber Connected to al-Qaeda
Phoenix Security Officials Detain Two Men for ‘Acting Suspicious’ on Flight
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Small-business bankruptcies rise 81% in California
The Obama administration’s new plan to give a boost to small businesses reflects continued trouble in that sector, which is facing new failures even as much of the nation’s economy is stabilizing.

NY Times’ Krugman Sees ‘Reasonably High Chance’ Economy Will Contract

Democrats Say Final Health-Care Bill Will Look Like Senate’s
Any health-care legislation that reaches President Barack Obama’s desk will be close to the version the Senate passed last week, top Democrats said yesterday.

Bomber Had No Passport, Helped To Board Plane By Sharp-Dressed Man
A passenger who boarded Northwest Airlines Flight 253 in Amsterdam with attempted plane bomber Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab says the would-be terrorist had no passport and was aided by a sharp-dressed man who claimed Mutallab was a Sudanese refugee, just one of a plethora of startling inconsistencies surrounding an incident that has led to ramped up security and increased levels of harassment in airports.

Airport Tyranny Ramped Up After Staged Plane Bombing Attempt
Foiled Terrorist Bombing in Detroit: An Excuse to Expand the Bogus War On Terror
Why was he ever allowed to fly? Syringe bomber had been barred from Britain, was on a terror list and even his father had warned U.S.
Wealthy, quiet, unassuming: the Christmas Day bomb suspect
Security tightened for U.S.-bound air passengers
Airline bomber suspect ‘defended Taliban’

How China Might Buy More Gold Than America Owns
China has a long way to go before coming anywhere near America’s gold reserves. Founder John Williams Explains the Risk of Hyperinflation

Photographers issue plea to end ‘hostile’ public searches under anti-terror laws
More than 350 photographers have issued a joint plea to end the “hostile” and “humiliating” use of anti-terror laws to prevent them taking pictures in public.

Telecom firms’ fury at plan for ‘Stasi’ checks on every phone call and email

Senator Lieberman calls for ‘preemptive’ attack on Yemen
Speaking on Fox News Sunday, Senator Joeseph Lieberman (I-CT), who leads the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, has a vision of “tomorrow’s war.”

Person of the Year: Ron Paul
People often mistake being named Time’s “Person of the Year” as an honor, but that men as sinister as Adolph Hitler, Josef Stalin and Rudy Giuliani have all been given the title suggests otherwise.

Twice as many Americans killed in Afghanistan as last year
A bomb attack killed a US service member in Afghanistan, NATO said Sunday, doubling the number of American soldiers killed in the country this year compared with 2008, according to an AFP tally.

Abandoning the Interventionist Temptation in Afghanistan

The 20,000 snooper army: Vast number of town hall bureaucrats get power to enter your home without a warrant
As many as 20,000 town hall snoopers have assumed powers to enter people’s homes without a warrant and search for information, a survey revealed last night.

MSNBC Promotes Geo-Engineering Scenarios

Report suggesting that global warming is such a massive threat that pumping sulfur into the atmosphere to block out sunlight.

The questions Dr Pachauri still has to answer
Our current weather: A test for forecast models – December shaping up to be one of the coldest on record in the USA

Kucinich: Obama should fire generals who spoke out on Afghan surge
Congressman Dennis Kucinich says President Barack Obama ought to fire the generals who publicly aired their views on the war in Afghanistan during this fall’s deliberations on a troop surge.

Tehran police shoot dead four protesters, reports say
At least four people were reported dead today after Iranian security forces opened fire on opposition protesters who took to the streets in Tehran for a religious ceremony.

Senate health reform bill would increase costs, reduce quality
Senate Democrats have managed a compromise on a health care bill that is a fraud on the American public, which is increasingly leery about a government-run health care option.

Insist that GOP Make Repeal of Government-Run Health Care a 2010 Issue

877 new snowfall records set or tied in the USA in the last week
And that’s not all, for the week ending Dec 13th, there were 815 new snowfall records set. December 2009 is shaping up to be quite the snowmaker.

No statistically significant warming since 1995: a quick mathematical proof

Another Phony Bin Laden Tape

Holdren's Eugenicist Nightmare

CIA Involvement In Iran 

Nazi Roots Of The European Union

North Korea Nuclear Circus

Police State UK

Neo-Con Attack On Jesse Ventura


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