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Senate Bill Would Have Allowed Americans to be Detained Even After They Had Been Found Innocent
Amendment even worse than Section 1031 narrowly defeated.

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Cain: Ending Presidential Campaign Is ‘An Option’
Herman Cain told a New Hampshire newspaper that ending his Republican presidential campaign is “an option”.

SEC: We Can Prosecute Congressmen For Insider Trading
‘Trading by congressional members or their staff is not exempt from the federal security laws including the insider trading prohibitions.’”

Gaddafi’s death for Satan’s bankers
Max Keiser discusses the financial terrorism perpetrated by Hank Paulson.

Fukushima fuel rods may have completely melted
One of the plant’s nuclear reactors was close to being breached as fuel rods bore through its concrete floor, says Tepco.

‘Indefinite Detention’ Bill Passes Senate 93-7
Americans completely stripped of all rights under Section 1031.

Report: Russia delivers supersonic cruise missiles to Syria

Military source confirms delivery of missiles, according to an AFP report; second official says missiles will protect Syria from ‘possible attack from the sea.’

Assange on mass surveillance: ‘You are all screwed!’
The whistle-blowing website Wikileaks has begun releasing sensational information on the multi billion dollar global spying industry.

Paul Craig Roberts: Congress is Repealing the Constitution
There is a bill in the Senate that is attempting to keep torture alive as an interrogation technique.

Egypt: ElBaradei Outed by Own Movement as Western Stooge
Protest leader Mohamed ElBaradei has predictably outlived his usefulness.

Years of social unrest on the horizon if economies fall like dominoes

Have you been paying attention to the economic collapse of Europe?

UBS On “How Bad Might It Get” And Why “Sooner Or Later Intense Instability Will Resume”
UBS’ Andrew Cates refuses to take his eyes of the ball.

US Debt/GDP Hits Post WW2 High 99.5% Following $55 Billion Overnight Debt Increase: Total Debt Now Over $15.1 Trillion
26 TRILLION Dollars In Bank Bailouts! That’s Not Including TARP!

Federal appeals court reinstates corporate ownership over human genes for breast cancer
Use of the patented genes will likely come at a price in the form of mandatory royalty fees.

Climate scientist loses court case – ordered to “cease and desist” smearing independent journalist who wrote about IPCC errors
Der Spiegel today has a story on IPCC bigwig and ultra-alarmist Stefan Rahmstorf.

20 Examples of the Obama Administration Assault on Domestic Civil Liberties
The Obama administration has affirmed, continued and expanded almost all of the draconian domestic civil liberties intrusions pioneered under the Bush administration.

Draconian EPA Regulations To Cause Rolling Blackouts
Critics attacked by White House for making connection proven accurate.

Wisconsin Governor Wants To Introduce Fee To Protest
Exercising First Amendment right will cost $50 per hour per Capitol Police officer.

Germany, France push for ‘fiscal union’
“Anyone who had said a few months ago that we would be taking concrete steps toward a European fiscal union would have been considered crazy,”

Euro Region’s Central Banks Seen Providing Up to $270 Billion Through IMF

The Australian Reports Of Second Explosion In Iranian City Of Isfahan
“All eyes on Israel after second Iranian blast.”

The shadow war in Syria
Target Syria – the strategic prize that outstrips Libya.

U.N. Says Action Needed to Prevent Civil War in Syria

U.S. Says Americans Are MILITARY Targets in the War on Terror … And Says that Only the White House – and Not the Courts – Gets to Decide Who Is a Legitimate Target
American Citizens on U.S. Soil May be Indefinitely Detained, Sent to Guantanamo or Assassinated

‘UK, US devising arms to wipe off races’
The UK and US militaries have been developing new biological weapons which are capable of terminating certain races, a Middle East expert tells Press TV.

Teen stopped by TSA for gun-themed purse
A Jacksonville teen may want to rethink her wardrobe accessories after she said she was prevented from boarding a flight because of her purse design.

Occupied America: Senate bill 1867 would allow U.S. military to detain and murder anti-government protesters in American cities
Senate Bill 1867 would openly “legalize” the U.S. government’s detainment and murder of anyone who holds a so-called “anti-government” point of view.

The Great Culling with Chris Maple and Paul Wittenberger
Aaron talks with Chris Maple and Paul Wittenberger about the pandemic of neurological diseases and their relationship to the food supply.

Secret U.S. Canada Border Deal Hides GMO Takeover: Infowars Nightly News
A secret globalist U.S.-Canada border deal that hides a plan to spread the use of GMO crops.

Putin prepares the Russian empire to strike back
The reincarnation of the current PM as president poses a challenge to western powers for which they seem ill-prepared.

8 killed in Syria army rebels attack on intelligence base, says opposition group
U.K.-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says attack took place in Idlib province on Thursday.

Libyan In(ter)vention: False facts fatal for Gaddafi
The evidence behind the Libyan campaign remains controversial.

Apple: Carrier IQ still on iPhone 4, but we don’t read your e-mail and texts
Apple is circulating a new statement to media outlets that seems to put to rest any fears about software tracking in the iPhone and iPad.



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