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Ky Sen. Rand Paul: More Transparency of The Fed is a Must
Alex talks with the United States Senator-elect for Kentucky, Rand Paul.

Federal Reserve Loses $2.4 Billion In Taxpayer Money In Most Recent QE2 POMO Interval
November Budget Deficit $150.4 Billion, Worse Than $138 Billion Consensus, Biggest November Deficit On Record
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Anarchist groups threaten to target Royal Wedding
Protest groups yesterday threatened to target the Royal Family and promised the riots that turned parts of central London into a battleground on Thursday were “just the beginning”.

Facebook emerges as ‘terrorist recruiting ground’
A Department of Homeland Security report said extremists had focused on the social networking website as a way to identify sympathisers and disseminate information on bomb making.

Doctors shocked by spread of swine flu – and its severity
The swine flu virus that swept the world last year causing a global health emergency has returned to claim the lives of 10 adults in the UK in the past six weeks.

Quick, somebody slap a carbon tax on this new planet
Astronomers have discovered that a huge, searing-hot planet orbiting another star is loaded with an unusual amount of carbon.

Wikileaks Founder: Bigger Bombshells On The Way
One of the original members of Wikileaks warns that a series of bigger bombshell revelations are in the pipeline and that the growing crisis being contrived around the group and its figurehead Julian Assange is greasing the skids for the cybersecurity agenda to regulate and censor the world wide web.

Republicans Introduce Bill to Criminalize Wikileaks
Assange Lawyers Prepare for U.S. Spying Indictment

Towards Universal and Permanent Peace on Earth
War in our day is the plague that must be cured before we can truly call ourselves a species, and since war thrives today because of government deception, it can only be put to rest by an injection of truth into politics by global citizens.

Student has emergency brain surgery after ‘being beaten around the head with police truncheon’ during protest
A student was rushed to hospital for emergency brain surgery after he was allegedly hit with a police truncheon during last night’s tuition fees protest. Alfie Meadows, 20, developed bleeding on his brain when he was hit as he tried leave the ‘kettling’ area outside Westminster Abbey, his mother said.

Conyers, ACLU Claim Obama Is Furthering Bush Power Grab, Military Expansion

Pfizer Vaccine Killed 11 Children, Disabled Dozens of Others
U.S. drugmaker Pfizer hired investigators to find evidence of corruption against Nigeria’s attorney general to convince him to drop legal action against the company over a drug trial involving children, the Guardian newspaper reported, citing U.S. diplomatic cables made public by WikiLeaks.

WikiLeaks: “al-Qaeda Narrative” Feeds War in Yemen, Africa
The Maimi Herald reports the United States is deeply enmeshed in the Muslim world. “From the Saudi-Yemen border to lawless Somalia and the north-central African desert, the U.S. military is more engaged in armed conflicts in the Muslim world than the U.S. government openly acknowledges,” the Florida newspaper reported on December 9 after reading the latest batch of Wikileaks cables.

CIA “Honeytrap” Ardin Deleted Twitter Posts Praising Assange
CIA running Wikileaks mirror site?
Poll: 70% Of Americans Against Wikileaks

Congressman Ron Paul On Fox Business News
Congressman Ron Paul is interviewed by Fox Business. December 10, 2010.

Ron Paul Defends WikiLeaks On House Floor (VIDEO)

‘The Fourth Estate is dead,’ former CIA analyst declares
Traditional lines of communication between the people and the press have fallen into such disrepair in America that a whole new approach is necessary to challenge the military-industrial-governmental complex, according to a former CIA analyst sympathetic to WikiLeaks.

Obama Ditches Tax Cut Presser, Bill Clinton Takes Control
Former President Bill Clinton gave a statement after his meeting with President Obama about his tax compromise with the Republicans.

Obama Approval Rating Hits New Low

Obama’s Evergreen Revolution a ploy to push GMOs
The Obama Administration is working towards a second “Green Revolution” in agriculture known as the “Evergreen Revolution”. This sequel to prior agriculture industrialization efforts in India in the mid-20th century is being heralded by some as the next step in sustainable food production for the populations of the world. But a closer look reveals that one of the primary thrusts of the initiative is to push GMOs both in India and around the world.

UN Talks Endorse $100 Billion Climate Aid Fund, Forest Protection Program
Envoys at United Nations talks agreed to a package aimed at limiting global warming by protecting forests, advising nations on adapting to higher temperatures and opening a $100 billion Green Climate Fund.

Ron Paul On Ending The Fed: The Power Of Ideas Will Prevail
Texas Congressman Ron Paul, who will take control of the House subcommittee that oversees the Federal Reserve in the new year, has re-emphasized his belief that the Federal Reserve should be abolished, but warned that turning ideas into reality takes time and effort.

Glenn Beck Channels Alex Jones: Economic Crisis, Food Riots & Martial Law Coming
Is imitation the sincerest form of flattery? Should we be elated or alarmed that Fox News host Glenn Beck now sounds almost identical to Alex Jones? Earlier this week on his television program, Beck talked about Pentagon war games which featured National Guard soldiers training to take on protesters holding signs with the words “FOOD NOW” scrawled on them.

Bolivian President Calls For “Global Climate Court”
Bolivian President Evo Morales called Thursday to save the Kyoto Protocol and to create an international climate justice tribunal.



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