Last Updated: Wednesday, December 8, 2010 13:53
Wikileaks Spokesman: Only Way To Stop Whistleblowers Is To Shut Down The Web
A spokesman for Wikileaks has told the media that the website continues to function as normal without it’s founder Julian Assange, and that the only way it could be stopped is for the entire internet to be shut down.

This Backlash Against WikiLeaks Is Bogus And Outrageous — What Happened To Freedom Of The Press?

Poll: Americans Believe China Has Surpassed USA in Economic Strength
In the global race for jobs and economic prosperity, the United States is No. 2. And it is likely to remain there for some time. That’s the glum conclusion of most Americans surveyed in the latest Allstate/National Journal Heartland Monitor poll.

Rogers: U.S. Government Inflation Data Is a ‘Sham’

Food Stamp Rolls Continue to Rise
More people tapped food stamps to pay for groceries in September as the recession and lackluster recovery have prompted more Americans to turn to government safety net programs to make ends meet.

Volatility Chasing Goes Gold: Precious Metals Drop On Year End Profit-Taking Rumor

Fingerprint scanner use raises privacy concerns in N.C.
Next month, 13 law enforcement agencies in the region will begin using a new handheld device that lets an officer scan a person’s fingerprints and seek a match in an electronic database – all without going anywhere.

Critics Of Big Sis/Wal-Mart Spy Campaign Branded Insane
According to the driving force behind Big Sis' creepy Wal-Mart spy campaign, if the state encouraging Americans to report on each other to the authorities causes you unease, you're insane, similar to how critics of informant programs were also branded mentally ill and persecuted in the former Soviet Union.

Boycott Wal-Mart If You Want to Help Save America From Big Brother
America is in trouble on so many fronts that it is sometimes difficult to know where to begin. The forces of tyranny are increasing the pressure exponentially as they head toward their endgame of complete control over society. This has become most obvious with the directives of Homeland Security which, by its very name, has Orwell rolling in his grave.

2010 NIST 9/11 Footage Leaks Ignored
While everyone is focusing on WikiLeaks and Julian Assange, another important information dump is getting largely ignored since September 1, 2010 when James Gourley of the International Center For 9/11 Studies obtained nearly 5 terrabytes of videos and reports concerning the attacks on the WTC and Pentagon buildings.

Meese: Southern Poverty Law Center ‘Despicable’ for Naming Conservative Organizations ‘Hate Groups’

Former Attorney General Edwin Meese says it is “despicable” for the Southern Poverty Law Center to classify the Family Research Council and a dozen other top conservative organizations as “hate groups” similar to the Ku Klux Klan.

UPS requires photo ID for shipping
UPS is stepping up security measures during the holiday season by expanding its requirement for the use of government-issued photo ID to verify customer identity.

Massive dark object ‘lurking on edge of solar system hurling comets at Earth’
A massive dark object may be lurking on the edge of our solar system, according to scientists.

Mom’s cell phone use affects kid’s behavior?
New research links cell phone use by a pregnant woman to bad behavioral problems by her children later in life.

John Lott: More Guns, Less Crime
In a talk given on the very day a gunman was apprehended at the University of Austin, American senior research scientist at the University of Maryland and gun rights expert John Lott explains why guns bans only serve to increase gun crime rates, why the pilots should be armed, and how statistics prove that since the DC handgun ban was lifted, there has been a dramatic drop in the murder rate.

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Obama Administration Quietly Grants More Health Care Waivers
The Obama Administration has quietly granted even more waivers to one provision of the new federal health reform law, doubling the number in just the last three weeks to a new total of 222.

Orlando International Airport Considers Dumping TSA Screeners
Leaders at Orlando International Airport could start taking steps to replace TSA screeners with a private company during a meeting Wednesday. WFTV has been following the uproar over the TSA’s controversial full body screens and intrusive pat downs.

TSA refuses to release inspection reports about X-ray machine safety

H1N1 vaccine linked to 700 percent increase in miscarriages
According to the report, the rate of miscarriage among pregnant women during the 2009 H1N1 / swine flu pandemic soared by over 700 percent compared to previous years, pointing directly to the vaccine as the culprit — but the CDC denies the truth and continues to insist nobody has been harmed.

Media outlets may be probed over WikiLeaks stories, Sen. Lieberman claims
Can the US government prosecute media outlets that reported on the WikiLeaks cables? According to Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT), the answer is maybe.

CYBERWAR: Now Hackers Have Taken Down As Revenge For Julian Assange
WikiLeaks, WikiDrama and WikiGossip
Watch: Glenn Beck Provides The Clearest Explanation Of Julian Assange’s Sex Charges We’ve Seen Yet

S.Korea says N.Korea may be conducting firing drill
South Korea’s military said explosions were heard Wednesday from inside North Korean territory in what appeared to be an artillery drill.

China #1, United States #2? 25 Facts That Prove The Transition Is Really Happening

Iran sees $100 oil price ‘quite normal’, crisis ahead
Iran’s OPEC governor believes the supply of oil with at a price of $100 price is quite normal in short term, warning that the world would face a looming oil supply crisis because of production declines of up to 10% from producing fields.

Fed Up: Ron Paul on America’s Rotten Banks
Bernanke: 60 Minutes, 2 Big Lies

New Rules: You And The IRS This January
The new ObamaCare1099 rule for reporting of all cash, credit and check business transactions of $600 or more is scheduled to begin January of 2012. This is really an extension of the 2008 Housing and Recovery Act IRS rules that start this January when merchant banks and PayPal will report business sales directly to the IRS (the reporting threshold is $20,000 and 200 transactions a year).

Snipes Faces 3 Years In Jail For Willfully Failing To Pay Tax
Why Democrats And Republicans Are Both Wrong About The Bush Tax Cuts

Alabama Students Sue Authorities For Use of “Chemical Weapons” In Enforcing “Police State”
A child of twelve was charged with ‘threatening behaviour’ at his school in Bowmanville, East of Toronto last week. The arrest happened when the boy (who cannot be named for legal reasons) threw a tantrum refusing the Hepatitis B vaccine.



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