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U.S. Doctors Club ABC-TV Show on Autism & Vaccines by Barbara Loe Fisher -- "I sighed with recognition when I learned that the leadership of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) had written a letter and issued a press release on Jan. 25 calling on ABC-TV to cancel tomorrow's premiere episode of a fictional drama about a family whose child regresses into autism after vaccination. On the same day, the American Medical Association (AMA) called on ABC to "mitigate the harm this episode may do" such as re-writing the script."

Flow of weapons to Iraq still a problem -- Weapons Intended for Iraqi Forces May Still Be Ending Up in Wrong Hands, Official Says.

Halliburton Co. enjoys 46% income growth -- Net income of the American oilfield services provider Halliburton Co. in 2007 was $3,5 billion, up 46% from $2,4 billion of the previous year. Halliburton reported that revenue was $15,3 billion, an increase of 19% from $12,9 billion in 2006. Operating income grew 9% to reach $3,5 billion. Halliburton’s net income for the fourth quarter of 2007 was $690 million. This compares to net income of $658 million in the fourth quarter of 2006. Revenue was $4,2 billion, up 20% from $3,5 billion in the forth quarter of 2006. Operating income was down 3% - from $923 million to $907 million.

Shell's 'obscene' £13.9billion profit is biggest ever by British company -- Shell smashed all-time British company profit records today, posting 2007 earnings of $27.5billion (£13.9billion), and immediately ran into a storm with union leaders, who are demanding the Government hits the oil giant with a windfall tax.

Award Winning Documentary Shows Allegations Of McCain's Efforts To Block POW Investigations, Reports KST Communications -- "Missing Presumed Dead," which won two film festival "Best Documentary" awards, explores McCain's successful attempt to pass a stealth bill in the Senate which effectively keeps his POW records sealed in perpituity and provides insight into why he does not want these records ever to be made public - including the revelation of the many propaganda radio broadcasts he delivered for the North Vietnamese. The film also explains why McCain's refusal of early release from a North Vietnamese POW camp had a less than honorable motive.

PARASITE WARNING FOR Vietnam Veterans & FAR EAST Travelers -- I am writing to inform all Vietnam veterans about a potential health risk that they may have been exposed to while serving in Vietnam: the little-known danger from parasites.

Army suicide rate at 26-year high -- As the Associated Press is reporting, the report found "a significant relationship between suicide attempts and the number of days deployed in Iraq, Afghanistan or nearby countries where troops were participating in the war effort."
Soldier Suicide Attempts Skyrocket -- CBS News first broke the story of the growing epidemic of suicides among army personnel last November. David Martin has one soldier's harrowing story and her struggle to get help. Read More...
Related Story: Suicide Epidemic Among Veterans

Iraq conflict has killed a million, says survey -- More than one million Iraqis have died as a result of the conflict in their country since the U.S.-led invasion in 2003, according to research conducted by one of Britain's leading polling groups.

2008 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions Chronologically -- A run down on all the Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions.

Google Video: Good Conduct: The Michael New Story -- The story the government don't want you to the documentary video about Mike New can be seen in full at Google Video!

YouTube: Interview with Romney pushes Mark Larsen (Morning Talk Show Host in Tampa Bay Florida) to support Ron Paul -- Mark Larsen of 1040 AM WWBA interviewed Mitt Romney on the morning of 1/29/2008. The sneers and chuckles from slippery Romney pushed him over the edge and drove him to support the only real candidate -- Ron Paul.

Ralph Nader takes steps towards another White House bid -- Ralph Nader, the longtime consumer advocate who was blamed by many Democrats for Al Gore's loss in the 2000 presidential election, launched an exploratory committee Wednesday for another White House bid, and told CNN he is likely to get in the race if he can put the resources in place.

April 30 declared Ron Paul Book Bomb -- Help to make his latest book The Revolution: A Manifesto a great success. In this book he covers all the ideas of the Ron Paul Revolution on war, sound money, terrorism, the economy, the IRS, civil liberties, the Cpnstitution, and everything in between!

Sibel Edmonds: 'Buckle Up, There's Much More Coming' -- The heroic whistleblower on nuclear secrets corruption at the highest levels attacks the cowardly U.S. press and warns she has much more to reveal.

House, Senate at Odds on Stimulus Plan -- The Senate is set to begin voting on dueling economic aid proposals, as senators rush to add jobless benefits and tax rebates for high earners, the elderly, and disabled veterans to a House-passed package.

Video of workers abusing cows raises food safety questions -- A video showing California slaughterhouse workers abusing dairy cows -- a violation that raises questions about U.S. food safety -- was released by the Humane Society of the United States on Wednesday. -- Check it out and cast your vote!

POLL: Is Ron Paul Unfairly Treated by Fox News? -- BIRMINGHAM, Ala (WBRC-TV -- Here at, we have noticed several people are unhappy with the exclusion of Ron Paul from reports, debates, etc... So how does the average web visitor feel about this? Vote in our poll and even hit the blogs if you feel strongly about this.

Ron Paul 2008: RICO suit filed against ABC, MSNBC, FOX, CNN, CBS, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, The Chicago Tribune, The Miami Herald and The San Diego Herald-Tribune -- What the public needs to understand is that FOX, ABC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC and the other established *mainstream " mass media"/news sources [*see definition @] are perpetrating criminal fraud (via omissions, distortions and outright lies) and a deliberate censorship of Dr. Ron Paul in 2008 Presidential race—with malice and aforethought and evil intent to control the 2008 presidential elections. Read More...

YouTube: It only takes a minute to steal a U.S. Election -- Another Example of the 1 Minute E Voting Machine Hack

Poor Haitians Resort to Eating Dirt -- It was lunchtime in one of Haiti's worst slums, and Charlene Dumas was eating mud. With food prices rising, Haiti's poorest can't afford even a daily plate of rice, and some take desperate measures to fill their bellies.

Hand gels alone may not curb infections -- Doctors and nurses on the go often skip soap and water in favor of an alcohol-based hand gel, thinking the quick-acting goo will kill bacteria on their hands and curb the spread of infection. It turns out that's not enough.

For FDA, a Major Backlog Overseas -- The Food and Drug Administration is so understaffed that, at its current pace, the agency would need at least 27 years to inspect every foreign medical device plant that exports to the United States, 13 years to check every foreign drug plant and 1,900 years to examine every foreign food plant, according to government investigators.

VA links poor care to 19 deaths in Ill. -- Substandard care at a southern Illinois Veterans Affairs hospital may have contributed to 19 deaths over the past two years, a VA official said Monday as he apologized to affected families and pledged reform.

Why Are Ron Paul's Supporters So Angry? by Chuck Baldwin -- Not that Ron Paul's supporters do not have reason to be angry. They most certainly do. In fact, all of us should be angry.

Message From Ron Paul - Jan. 28, 2008 -- When I started this campaign more than a year ago, I was a somewhat reluctant candidate. I knew our message of freedom, peace, and prosperity was the right one for our country, but frankly, I didn't know how many people today would have ears to hear it.  Read More...

Bush orders NSA to snoop on US agencies -- Not content with spying on other countries, the NSA (National Security Agency) will now turn on the US's own government agencies thanks to a fresh directive from president George Bush. Under the new guidelines, the NSA and other intelligence agencies can bore into the internet networks of all their peers. The Bush administration pulled off this spy expansion by pointing to an increase in the number of cyber attacks directed against the US, possibly from foreign nations. The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) will spearhead the effort around identifying the source of these attacks, while the Department of Homeland Security and Pentagon will concentrate on retaliation.

YouTube: New Hampshire Recount Update -- "Call security on this woman" - questioning is "over" - this is a cleaner, subtitled version of a previously posted video, with additional footage of NH officials being questioned about the seals, and identifiers on some of the ballot boxes.

John McCain Ineligible To Be President -- John McCain was born August 29, 1936 in the Panama Canal Zone, to two U.S. Citizens. It is a common misunderstanding that the zone was a U.S. territory - in fact, the U.S. had lease rights, but not territorial rights. Read More...

Never Drink Hot Water From the Tap -- THE BOTTOM LINE - Hot water from the tap should never be used for cooking or drinking.

McCain takes Florida primary over Romney -- Sen. John McCain won Florida's Republican primary on Tuesday, apparently ending Rudy Giuliani's hopes for the GOP presidential nomination and taking a critical victory over Mitt Romney in the battle for momentum as the campaign turns to Super Tuesday.

Clinton gets most Democratic votes in Fla. -- But no delegates will be awarded due to dispute with national party.

Pot Vending Machines Take Root in LOS ANGELES -- The city that popularized the fast food drive-thru has a new innovation: 24-hour medical marijuana vending machines. Patients suffering from chronic pain, loss of appetite and other ailments that marijuana is said to alleviate can get their pot with a dose of convenience at the Herbal Nutrition Center, where a large machine will dole out the drug around the clock.

The Economic Stimulus Plan That No One's Talking About: A New GI Bill -- Educating our country's veterans was the right thing to do after World War II, and it is the right thing to do now. For considerably less than 3 percent of the proposed economic stimulus package, we can send the newest generation of veterans to college every year. Not only would an updated GI Bill be a prudent investment with huge returns, it would demonstrate to our veterans that they
are indeed returning to a grateful nation. As President Roosevelt reflected, "[The GI Bill] gives emphatic notice to the men and women in our armed forces that the American people do not intend to let them down."

Full Text - President Bush Delivers State of the Union Address -- For those of who missed it.

Trading with the Enemy & and the First Lady's Involvement -- "I am writing to inquire as to the status of the Kennametal investigation by the Office of Foreign Assets Control, and to inquire as to whether the scope of OFAC's investigation includes the role of First Lady Hillary Clinton as a Director of Lafarge Corporation during the time Lafarge was involved with Kennametal and other parties in a conspiracy to commit numerous federal offenses, including Trading with the Enemy, and to defraud the United States via an arms smuggling operation carried out through Lafarge's Marblehead, Ohio facilities."

YouTube: Protest the Federal Reserve, big media propaganda and your enslavement -- General Strike, do not work, go to school or buy gasoline or anything else, withdraw most of your money from your bank, cancel your cable TV propaganda machine. Protest the Federal Reserve, big media propaganda and your enslavement!

YouTube: British History Channel Admits Anthrax Attacks are an Inside Job -- From the History Channel's show Conspiracies: Anthrax Attacks explaining how the weaponized strain could only come from the United States BioDefense Program.

YouTube: Ron Paul: UNDEFEATED! -- Arizona is hosting the Super Bowl this year therefore these should be seen by many in and around the valley! Keep your eyes peeled.

Rep. Ron Paul a surprising contender -- What appears to be driving Paul’s candidacy most is his fierce opposition to the Iraq war. He was one of only six Republicans in the House of Representatives to vote against it, and his calls for withdrawal make him stand out in both parties.

GOP assembly endorses Ron Paul -- The Alabama Republican Assembly endorsed U.S. Rep. Ron Paul in its first round of voting on Saturday. The association requires a two-thirds majority to endorse a candidate, otherwise it makes no endorsement.

Missouri Rep. Jim Guest Running for Governor! -- The Missouri Bushwhacker Blog has received EXCLUSIVE word that Missouri Rep. Jim Guest has thrown his hat in the ring to run as a Republican in the 2008 Missouri governor's race. Rep. Guest is a Republican from King City , Missouri and represents Missouri's 5th District.

Drivers to See Major Toll Hikes -- Big toll hikes are planned for most of the nation's signature toll roads, bridges and tunnels. The increases would add dollars, not cents, to the cost of passing through many toll booths.

ABC DRAMA TAKES ON AUTISM AND VACCINES -- On Monday, the American Academy of
Pediatrics will release the contents of a foreboding letter sent last week to ABC/Disney executives, demanding they cancel the January 31 premiere of a new legal drama series, Eli Stone, because it features a family attorney who successfully argues in court that mercury-containing flu vaccine caused autism in one child.
Related Article: Pediatricians group wants show canceled

N.H. RECOUNT - URGENT ACTION REQUIRED by Devvy Kidd -- Due to the obvious fraud which occurred during the New Hampshire primary earlier this month, the fabulous Granny Warriors mobilized and not only found a GOP candidate who cares about the actual vote count, but raised an enormous amount of money in record time to get a recount underway in the state.

Bush speech will seek to calm American nerves -- President George W. Bush will use his final State of the Union address on Monday to try to reassure nervous Americans about his economic rescue efforts and chart a course to stay relevant in his last year in power.

Advertiser Contact Info for Boycotting the Super Bowl -- Click the hyperlink for contact web pages, e-mail addresses and snail mail for the NFL, Fox Sports and the advertisers of Super Bowl 42 on the Fox Channel.

Type 2 Diabetes May be Linked to Pesticide Exposure -- Cambridge University scientists are advocating more research into the possible links between environmental pollution and type 2 diabetes, the most common form of the disease. At least 171 million people worldwide suffer from diabetes, according to estimates by the World Health Organization.

Disabled spy satellite threatens Earth -- Disabled Spy Satellite Falling From Orbit, Could Hit Earth in Late February or March.

Galveston waking up to serious lead issue -- Nearly one in five children in Galveston has enough lead in their blood to cause learning disabilities and behavioral problems — an alarming statistic that officials have known for years but have done little to improve.

The Unknown $19 Trillion Depository Trust Company -- You don't own your Stocks....or any of your Bonds...The Depository Trust Company does by Anthony Wayne.

AF Has New Process for Handling Nukes -- The Air Force has issued detailed new procedures and requirements for the handling of nuclear weapons in the wake of the blunder last August when six nuclear-tipped missiles were flown across the country.

MSNBC blames Romney whisper on microphone malfunction -- The whisper that could be heard just before an answer from Mitt Romney at Thursday's Republican debate was the result of a microphone malfunction, an MSNBC spokesman tells RAW STORY, but its source remains a mystery.

YouTube: The "He Raised Taxes" Whisper During MSNBC Florida Debate -- You can even see Mitt wait till the whisper is done to answer the question. Why was he waiting, was it another Candidate? I don't know. Some have pointed out the whisper says "He raised taxes".

Presidential Candidates: Look at Their Records -- Click candidate's picture to see full political positions.

Tip-off thwarted nuclear spy ring probe -- AN investigation into the illicit sale of American nuclear secrets was compromised by a senior official in the State Department, a former FBI employee has claimed. Read More...

Ron Paul gets least speaking time in debate -- Check out the total time allowed each candidate.

MSNBC POLL: Vote on the Boca Raton Republican debate -- Who do you think did the best or worst in the following six categories?

Poll at -- To maximize the impact of our votes, the results will be released to thousands of national, state, and local media outlets, including more than 2,000 bloggers. Forward to a friend.

Poll on the National Republican Senatorial Committee Website -- On the lower right hand side of the webpage, you can cast your vote for the Republican Presidential Straw Poll.

Bush hails tax-rebate deal as ‘robust’ -- Rebates for families, business tax cuts to boost the economy. Congressional leaders announced a deal with the White House Thursday on an economic stimulus package that would give most tax filers refunds of $600 to $1,200, and more if they have children.

Colin Powell Confronted on Depleted Uranium -- Members of WeAreChange Ohio confronted former Secretary of State Colin Powell about the use of depleted uranium in four separate wars-- including Gulf Wars I & II, Kosovo and Bosnia. Powell admitted to its use, but denied its relative harm, repeatedly calling it "useful."

Pilot awarded $5 million for Sept. 11 tip -- The Bush administration paid a $5 million reward to a former Minnesota flight instructor who provided authorities with information that led to the arrest and conviction of 9/11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui.
Pair left out of $5 million counterterrorism award -- Two other former employees of the Pan American International Flight Academy who tipped the FBI that a terrorist might be in their midst were overlooked, however.
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5-year-old boy handcuffed in school, taken to hospital for misbehaving -- A 5-year-old boy was handcuffed and hauled off to a psych ward for misbehaving in kindergarten - but the tot's parents say NYPD school safety agents are the ones who need their heads examined.

Group seeks Botox warning after 16 death reports -- Botox and a similar injection should come with stronger warnings following reports of 16 deaths after the botulinum toxin spread inside the body, a U.S. consumer group said on Thursday.

UK plans tougher terrorism laws -- The British government revealed sweeping plans Thursday to toughen terrorism laws, including a proposal to hold suspects for up to 42 days without charge.

New York Times endorses Clinton & McCain  -- The New York Times on Thursday endorsed Democratic Sen. Hillary Clinton and Republican Sen. John McCain for their party's nominations to contest the U.S. presidential in November.

UK News: Two girls die after cervical cancer jab -- Two girls have died suddenly after being given the vaccine against the virus which causes cervical cancer, the European drugs watchdog has revealed.
But yet this article says: Girls should get cervical cancer jab, says EU -- The vaccine against the sexually transmitted virus that causes the most cases of cervical cancer is cost-effective and should be given to adolescent girls before they start having sex, an EU agency said on Tuesday.

Anger over girls' strip searches -- Two British girls were sent to an orphanage for 30 hours and strip searched after their mother became ill during a holiday in the US.

Sen. Hutchison Introduces Bill to Forgive Debt of Veterans Killed in Combat -- U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX), Ranking Member of the Senate Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Appropriations subcommittee, today introduced legislation to change Title 38 of the U.S. Code to forgive the debt owed to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) of men and women who have lost their lives in combat.

Nato 'must prepare to launch nuclear attack' -- Nato must prepare to launch pre-emptive nuclear attacks to ward off the use of weapons of mass destruction by its enemies, a group of former senior military officials has warned.

Feds accused of gold-price manipulation -- The Wall Street Journal has agreed to publish a full-page ad in which the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee charges the U.S. government surreptitiously utilizes gold reserves to engage in international swaps and other market manipulations.

Ford Motor Co. Loss Narrows in 4Q, Offers Buyouts -- Ford is offering buyouts to its 54,000 U.S. hourly workers, Chief Executive Alan Mulally said. Mulally said salaried cuts will also be made, mostly through attrition. The company will also adjust production schedules as demand sags.

Sears Reorganizes, to Operate in 5 Units -- With fourth-quarter sales dipping over $300 million compared to a year ago, Sears Chairman Edward Lampert is restructuring the business into five units: operating businesses, support businesses, brands, online and real estate.

Kucinich Abandons White House Bid -- Democrat Dennis Kucinich is abandoning his second, long-shot bid for the White House as he faces a tough fight to hold onto his other job - U.S. congressman.

Chelsea Clinton steps up role -- She’s visited campaign offices and casinos, cafes and even a cosmetology school. Wednesday night, she campaigned for her mother at Spelman College in Atlanta.

Pakistan tests missile, rejects nuclear safety worry -- Pakistan's army chief dismissed on Friday fears that the country's nuclear weapons could fall into the hands of Islamist militants as the military test fired a nuclear-capable missile.

Paul Alleges Boondoggle on the Bayou -- The failure of the Louisiana GOP to properly determine who was and wasn't eligible to vote threw this entire process into disarray," said Ron Paul campaign manager Lew Moore. "The party needs to correct this mistake by counting all the votes immediately, and releasing the results."

YouTube: Florida Atlantic University Debate - 9/11 Firefighters Detained -- Firefighters Against Giuliani were asked to stand behind the fence, in an area considered a "free speech zone". The Ron Paul supporters felt that America IS A FREE SPEECH ZONE!

Huckabee's Son Arrested With Handgun -- Republican Presidential Candidate Mike Huckabee's Son Arrested at Little Rock's airport Thursday after a federal X-ray technician detected a loaded Glock pistol in his carry-on luggage. Huckabee, 26, later pleaded guilty in Little Rock District Court after being charged with a misdemeanor count of possessing a weapon in a prohibited place. "It was a silly mistake," Huckabee told reporters as he left the Pulaski County Jail. When asked whether it would affect his father's presidential campaign, Huckabee responded, "It shouldn't."

RECOUNT update in New Hampshire -- Organized by Granny Warriors - The Recount is starting now as we speak or write. I just got a call that the Democratic count has concluded and the Republican Recount is about to begin.

YouTube: H.R. 1955 p.2 Freedom of Speech -- Thought Crime! Our freedom is at stake!

'Huge' gas field found off Brazil -- Recent finds could turn Brazil into a leading global energy supplier

Lifestyles of the 2008 Presidential Candidates -- How Our Potential Presidents Live Today!

Political Machine: AOL Poll -- Vote to see how your candidate is doing.

World Net Daily Poll -- Jan. 24 Poll - If you could vote for president today, whom would you pick?

Obama: Charges With Gay Sex And Cocaine Abuse -- As reported at
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** MP3 Replay of the first hour with Larry Sinclair on the Rense Show.

VietNam Veterans Against John McCain -- U.S. documents proving POW McCain seriously "collaborated" . . . listed below are 5 transcripts of approximately 20 interviews McCain gave the communist.
** See YouTube Videos on John McCain by clicking here!

**LAGOP Releases Unofficial Results of Louisiana's Republican Caucus -- Take a look...
**Louisiana's Results, Clarified -- Among the delegates who openly stated a candidate preference, the order of finish was McCain, Paul, Romney. However, they all finished behind "pro-life uncommitted."  Read More...

'Stormin' Norman' Schwarzkopf goes for McCain -- One of Florida's most famous military men, General H. Norman Schwarzkopf, has put his weight behind Sen. John McCain's bid for the presidency today.

Media Blames Heath Ledger, Refuses to Examine Dangers of the Pharmaceuticals Found Beside His Body -- When Ledger's body is found next to bottles of FDA-approved pharmaceuticals, there's hardly even a whisper about the deadly side effects of such pharmaceuticals (and the likelihood that Ledger was, indeed, killed by FDA-approved medicines).

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture on lookout for quarantined pest -- The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is asking consumers to check their wooden planters to see if they might be hiding a tree pest. The planter boxes are made from an ash wood that may be contaminated with the emerald ash borer -- a tree-destroying insect that hasn't been found in Minnesota yet. Officials say the planters were improperly shipped to Minnesota, in violation of a federal quarantine. The boxes are labeled "Nature's Own Planters" by Lawson Products.

Too few U.S. adults get their shots, survey shows -- Only 2 percent of U.S. adults last year got a shot that can protect them from a range of diseases.

Ron Paul Speaks Out Against Dangerous Vaccines -- Presidential candidate Ron Paul has spoken out against forced vaccination and the federal government's eagerness to dictate what Americans may and may not put into their bodies.

YouTube: Stock Market and Monetary System on the verge of collapse -- This video lays out the underlying reasons behind the market crash. Also note this is not just a normal market correction, this is the begining of the collapse of our monetary system.

Auditor highlights disparities in veteran services -- The report urges lawmakers to require that county offices report key performance information to the state. That way, the department can ensure veterans get benefits to which they're entitled.

Ron Paul continues to best Giuliani -- Ron Paul, the Texas congressman frequently dismissed as a long shot candidate with no real chance at winning the Republican presidential nomination, has won nearly twice as many total votes to date as Rudy Giuliani, a candidate still widely viewed as a strong contender.

SOUTHERN MISSOURI PAUL-A-THON -- Friday Jan. 25, 2008 at Mountain View Community Center at 5 PM in Mountain View , MO.  Please help spread the word!!  THANKS!  Dave vonKleist will be there!  Sponsored by local Ron Paul Meet Up groups.

Palestinians blow up border wall, flood into Egypt -- Tens of thousands of Palestinians poured into Egypt from the Gaza Strip on Wednesday through a border wall blown up by militants and stocked up on food and fuel in short supply due to an Israeli blockade.

Intelligent husbandry of primary heritage breeds could be our key to more-sustainable farming and food -- The cattle herds of yesteryear, their lineage and the propensity they represented, are now barely a memory.

Paul calls for eliminating federal income taxes to avoid recession -- While touring Louisiana before today’s caucus, Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul once again proposed eliminating federal income taxes and returning to a gold backed currency to rescue the nation’s economy.

Ron Paul Activism Quashed at California Prison By: David Deschesne of the Fort Fairfield Journal  -- “The prison officials became enraged when I started writing ‘Elect Ron Paul President:’ on the front of all my outgoing mail in red pen,” said a prisoner. “So, they came and confiscated my red pen. I started doing it in red pencil. They came and took my red pencil. I switched to green. They confiscated all of my colored pencils. I borrowed some from a neighbor and did it again. They changed the rules to make it ‘illegal’ for us to write messages on our outgoing envelopes.”

Huckabee Broke? -- Less than a month after a huge upset victory, and promises that fundraising would be ramped up, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is asking his senior staff to keep working for him without pay, while lower level campaign staff are seeing their salaries cut dramatically or eliminated altogether.

Lou Dobbs Drops Ron Paul From List Of Candidates -- How many of you watched LOU DOBBS TONIGHT... this evening, January 22, at 7 pm EST? If you did, you undoubtedly read the QUICK VOTE, but you were unable to vote since Lou Dobbs left Ron Paul out of his QUICK VOTE!

UK News: Orange to remove mobile mast from 'tower of doom', where cancer rate has soared -- A mobile phone company is to remove a mast from a block of flats after seven residents were struck down by cancer. Three have died and another four have battled the disease since two masts were erected on the roof of the five-storey block which has become known locally as the Tower of Doom.

6 powers agree on draft Iran sanctions -- The U.N. Security Council's permanent members and Germany agreed Tuesday on a new draft resolution on sanctions against Iran, strengthening existing measures over the country's refusal to suspend its nuclear program, officials said.

Ron Paul Wins Arkansas Straw Poll Despite being in Huckabee’s Home State -- Although most people would think Mike Huckabee would be the clear winner in his home state, this was not the case. In a strong showing of support, Congressman Ron Paul took home the victory with a 37% piece of the pie. The Benton County Republican Straw Poll was truly a packed house. Ron Paul’s regional director Mark Moore was in attendance and gave a short speech to the crowd of young and old alike.

Grandma Gets Arrested Waiting For Fries -- A 75-year-old woman was arrested at a Clearwater McDonald's drive-through over the weekend because she wouldn't pull her car forward.

Fred Thompson Quits Presidential Race -- Former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson quit the Republican presidential race on Tuesday, after a string of poor finishes in early primary and caucus states.

Double Mastectomy Patient Told Cancer Diagnosis Was a Mistake -- A New York woman who underwent a double mastectomy after being told that she had breast cancer was later told that she never had cancer. After having both breasts removed, the 35-year-old was told that due to an error in labeling at the laboratory, she had received another woman's diagnosis. Second opinions listeners!

Poor Americans Struggle To Find Affordable Quality Food -- According to a HealthDay article: "People with more money eat more fruits and vegetables than those with less money, research shows. In turn, poorer people also assume a greater disease burden relative to their wealthier counterparts."

The Coming Financial Collapse of America -- (and Why Today's Market Bloodbath is Only a Small Taste of Things to Come...)

Fed slashes rates to 3.5% -- Citing weakening economic outlook, Federal Reserve cuts key interest rates by three-quarters of a percentage point.

Warning: The Drugs in Your Toothpaste Can Affect Your Health -- One of the fastest ways to absorb anything into the body is through the mouth. Drugs such as nitroglycerine for heart conditions and natural homeopathic remedies are given under the tongue for fast absorption. Your daily routine of brushing your teeth with your favorite toothpaste may also be delivering a daily dose of antibiotics or other potentially toxic ingredients, without you realizing it.

India's Sensex tumbles 11.5% in early minutes, trade halted -- India's Sensitive Index tumbled 11.5% within the first two minutes of trading on Tuesday, forcing a trade halt for an hour. The index stumbled 2,029.05 points to 15,576.30, after slumping 7.4% in the previous session. "It doesn't look good at all. We expected it to fall, but nobody expected this kind of correction," said Sharmila Joshi, a trader with Prabhudas Lilladher in Mumbai.

Predator poison under review -- The cyanide device, called an M-44, is one of two poisons used by the federal government to kill coyotes and other wild animals that threaten sheep and other livestock. M-44 and sodium fluoroacetate, more commonly known as Compound 1080, are distributed by the Wildlife Services agency, an arm of the Agriculture Department. The poisons killed more than 14,000 wild animals in 2006, including coyotes, foxes and wolves, the agency reported.

Growing Consumer Demand For 'Greener' Cleaning Products Sparks Industry Changes -- Amid growing consumer demand for more environmentally-friendly cleaning products, chemical suppliers are stepping-up their efforts to provide greener ingredients with the same effectiveness of conventional ones, according to an article in Chemical & Engineering News.

Michigan Denies Illegal Immigrants Licenses -- Michigan will no longer let illegal immigrants get driver's licenses, a practice just seven other states continue to allow.

Powers seek elusive deal on tougher Iran sanctions -- The world's major powers will try on Tuesday to overcome differences over imposing more sanctions on Iran and to keep up pressure on the Tehran leadership to curb its nuclear program.

Wall Street Executives Collect $33 Billion In Bonuses -- The Wall Street gurus who presided over the subprime mortgage crisis currently shredding global share markets have awarded themselves bonuses totaling $US33.2 billion.

beet industry is threatening to venture into the world of genetically modified (GM) crops, hoping to introduce a new gene-spliced variety by Monsanto as early as spring 2008. But if the experience of the last decade is any indication, such a move will lead to huge economic losses for the sugar industry and even for US food companies who use sugar as an ingredient.

Girl, you'll be a woman sooner than expected -- Puberty is arriving ever younger in American females -- 8 is no longer considered abnormal.

South Carolina: Horry County Dems worry about voting machine malfunctions -- "How that many machines could malfunction is really amazing to me. How do we know that next week, they're going to work next Saturday morning?"
UPDATE: More problems with voting machines?

TODAY: Ron Paul to Visit Louisiana Monday, January 21, 2008 -- Click hyperlink to view schedule.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day -- Jan. 21, 2008 - What to see and do to remember the life of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

ZEITGEIST - The Movie -- Visit the hyperlink to download the movie.

Pentagon Explores 'Human Fear' Chemicals; Scare-Sensors, 'Contagious' Stress in the Works? -- American military researchers are working to uncover and harness the most terrifying chemical imaginable: that most primal odor, the scent of fear.

2-cup coffee habit may double miscarriage risk -- Drinking a couple of cups of coffee a day has long been considered safe during pregnancy, but a new study finds that even this modest amount of caffeine could double a woman’s risk of miscarriage.

Election Guide 2008 - Presidential Election -- Primary Season Election Results

Ron Paul has come in second in Nevada -- Ron Paul has come in second in Neveda…Flood Faux with emails demanding answers to there crafty manipulation of Ron Paul and the Truth.

YouTube: Ron Paul TV Ad: Defender of Freedom -- Ron Paul TV Ad: Defender of Freedom

Pardoned terrorists planning suicide attacks -- The Israeli army has specific information that members of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah organization granted amnesty this summer by Prime Minister Ehud Olmert are planning suicide bombings inside Israel, WND has learned.

Doctor alleges plans underway to “Microchip” Newborns in U.S. and Europe -- Are you prepared to live in a world in which every newborn baby is micro-chipped? And finally are you ready to have your every move tracked, recorded and placed in Big Brother’s data bank?

Gun Show Measure Falters in Va. House -- A Virginia House committee on Friday defeated an effort to close a major loophole in the state's gun laws, angering families of victims of the Virginia Tech massacre and Gov. Timothy M. Kaine (D), who had pushed hard for the law.

Undersecretary of State Decides to Step Down -- R. Nicholas Burns, one of the most high-profile diplomats at the State Department, is resigning and will be replaced by U.S. Ambassador to Moscow William J. Burns, the State Department said yesterday.

YouTube: South Carolina, Super Tuesday, and Ron Paul -- A 10 minute college course on the Honest Elections vs. Computer Vote fraud Syndicate Issue.

British Prime Minister Targeted In London Air Crash, Says Russia -- By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers. Russian Intelligence Analysts are reporting in the Kremlin today that Britain’s Prime Minister, Gordon Brown and numerous leaders of the United Kingdom’s business community were ‘targeted’ in a failed assassination attempt which instead of downing the aircraft due to take the British Leader on his first state visit to China instead brought down a British Airways 777 upon its landing approach to London’s Heathrow Airport.

Become a Ron Paul Precinct Leader -- If you support Dr. Paul, this is THE best way to get involved--this will allow us to methodically get our message across to voters all across America, person-to-person, and to identify every Ron Paul supporter and make sure they get to vote on Election Day!

Institutionalized Spying on Americans - by Stephen Lendman -- This article reviews two police state tools (among many in use) in America. One is new, undiscussed and largely unknown to the public. The other was covered in a December article by this writer called Police State America. Here it's updated with new information.

Supreme Court denies Kucinich ballot bid -- The Supreme Court on Friday allowed Texas to print presidential primary ballots without Democratic candidate Dennis Kucinich's name. The court refused to step into a dispute between Kucinich and the Texas Democratic Party over a loyalty oath all candidates must sign to make the ballot.

Wounded Vets Trade One Hell for Another -- Last year, the United States woke up to the reality of hundreds of thousands of soldiers wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan -- and began to grapple with what to do about it.

Billionaire To Back Ron Paul Letter -- If this is accurate, this is great news for Ron Paul and supporters!

A BIG "Thank YOU" goes out to David Deschesne, Editor/Publisher of the FORT FAIRFIELD JOURNAL for running this ad in the Jan. 16, 2008 edition...FREE of charge at that!!!
Thanks Again, David!

VIDEO: The Bush - Hitler Connection -- The parallels between Bush and Hitler are obvious and impossible to deny despite the whining of the right wing lunatic fringe (Fox News.) The Bush family had a long and deep involvement with the Nazi movement. Since then, the Bush family has surrounded itself with allies, advisors and agents who emulate Nazi values.

AOL Straw Poll: Jan. 14-21 -- Last week's poll received almost 810,000 votes. On the Republican side, John McCain came out ahead with 25% of the Straw Poll vote. Hillary Clinton led the Democrats with 51%. look at Ron Paul's total already!

Drug trials under pressure -- Many of those patients are enrolled in a high-stakes clinical trial that might show, once and for all, whether Vytorin and its sister compound Zetia are worth the $5 billion each year that people worldwide are spending on them. If patients in the study decide to bail out, the answer may never be known.

Ailing GIs deployed to war zones -- Fort Carson sent soldiers who were not medically fit to war zones last month to meet "deployable strength" goals, according to e-mails obtained by The Denver Post.

Army task force finds gaps in brain-injury care -- A task force study  completed last May but not made public until Thursday — found fault with several issues, including efforts to identify and treat soldiers suffering mild traumatic brain injury often resulting from exposure to roadside bomb blasts.

Data Lost on 650,000 Credit Card Holders -- Personal information on about 650,000 customers of J.C. Penney and up to 100 other retailers could be compromised after a computer tape went missing. GE Money, which handles credit card operations for Penney and many other retailers, said Thursday night that the missing information includes Social Security numbers for about 150,000 people.

New rules mean longer lines coming to borders -- Starting Jan. 31, a driver's license and oral declaration of citizenship will no longer be enough to enter the United States for Americans and Canadians age 19 and older. People will have to present proof of citizenship, usually in the form of a passport or a birth certificate. A driver's license is not proof of citizenship.

Inverted Pentagram stars on the flag at a Hillary rally -- Look carefully at the white stars in the photo below, which is the normal, traditional location for the stars. The normal stars in the upper left corner of the American flag is the standard star with one point up -- which "White Magic" practitioners consider the "Good Pentagram". However, the stars in this Hillary flag are the two points up variety -- which is the evil, Black Magick pentagram, a Pentagram considered to be one of the most evil symbols in the world. Only the Hexagram is considered to be a more evil symbol.  Why would Hilary Clinton have a flag with the stars upside down on the American flag at her rally? (Thanks Michael)
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Who Will Take the Fall for the CIA Torture Tape Scandal? -- As he concluded a closed-door congressional hearing into the CIA torture tape scandal, Committee Chairman Rep. Silvestre Reyes, D-Texas, on Wednesday opened the country to a historic possibility: that the fate of the investigation into the destruction of the tapes will be decided by Latino government officials. Current and former Latino officials may even determine whether the investigation reaches the White House.

Universal health care plans up against U.S. law -- The dispute has set off a legal battle pitting lawmakers against employers. Its resolution could determine how far state and local lawmakers can go with their plans to cover the uninsured.

Canada puts US on 'torture list' -- The United States has been listed as a country where prisoners are at risk of torture in a training document produced by the Canadian foreign ministry.

Experts probe Heathrow air crash -- Investigators are trying to find out why a British Airways plane - carrying more than 150 people - crash-landed at London's Heathrow airport.

TAKE ACTION: Support Ron Paul's Health Freedom Protection Act, H.R. 2117 -- No more miserable cloning or GMOs. a bill first introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives in 2005, would give consumers access to truthful, non-misleading health information and end FDA and FTC censorship by making it easier for manufacturers of vitamins, supplements, and other foods to display health claims on product labels.

Wisconsin held it's 3rd annual Gulf War Illness Recognition Day -- Gulf War veterans recognized today In Wisconsin, Thursday, January 17, 2008. The Badger State was the first in the nation to make such a designation.

"The Doctrine of Signatures" -- A web search can gain much more data on "The Doctrine of Signatures".
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How the Pentagon Planted a False Hormuz Story -- Senior Pentagon officials, evidently reflecting a broader administration policy decision, used an off-the-record Pentagon briefing to turn the Jan. 6 U.S.-Iranian incident in the Strait of Hormuz into a sensational story demonstrating Iran's military aggressiveness, a reconstruction of the events following the incident shows.

The Voter Verifier Website -- You can move to the state or national map by clicking on the title links on this website.

GM carrot may help treat osteoporosis -- A GM carrot has been produced to help people absorb more calcium to help treat the brittle bone disease osteoporosis. The carrot that has been genetically altered to make higher amounts of a calcium transporting protein was developed by researchers at Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.

Breakthrough in Lowering Bad Cholesterol -- Researchers at the University of Alberta, in Edmonton, Canada, have found a way to reduce the amount of bad cholesterol and fatty acids that end up in the blood from food the body metabolizes, a key discovery that could lead to new drugs to treat and reverse the effects of Type 2 diabetes and heart disease related to obesity.

Can Chinese Food Cause Cancer? -- analysis of 134 patients found that nearly half of those with stomach, rectal and colon cancer were regular consumers of Chinese food from middle- or low-end restaurants. Most of them also had ulcers, which were also linked to MSG.

Morgellons : U.S. to study freakish ailment — is it real? -- The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is paying California-based health care giant Kaiser Permanente $338,000 to test and interview patients suffering from Morgellons' bizarre symptoms. The one-year effort will attempt to define the condition and better determine how common it is.

Flu viruses can live on paper currency for up to 17 days, study says -- Yves Thomas, head of the National Influenza Research Centre at Geneva University Hospital, said that flu viruses could survive on banknotes from 24 hours up to 17 days. -- Everything you need to know about Ron Paul...all on one website.

White House e-mails 'may be lost' -- The White House has acknowledged it recycled back-up tapes of e-mails sent over eight months of 2003, which may mean millions have been lost forever.

USDA Recommends That Food From Clones Stay Off the Market -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture yesterday asked U.S. farmers to keep their cloned animals off the market indefinitely even as Food and Drug Administration officials announced that food from cloned livestock is safe to eat.

Carlyle In Talks to Buy Unit of Booz Allen -- The Carlyle Group is in talks with Booz Allen Hamilton to purchase the technology and consulting firm's government business, according to a source familiar with the negotiations.

Ongoing Problems at Walter Reed -- "Nothing has changed [at Walter Reed]. Same facility. None of the recommendations that I made have been implemented and to my knowledge they really aren't working on it."

Twenty-five U.S. Military Officers Challenge Official Account of 9/11 -- Twenty-five former U.S. military officers have severely criticized the official account of 9/11 and called for a new investigation. They include former commander of U.S. Army Intelligence, Major General Albert Stubblebine, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Col. Ronald D. Ray, two former staff members of the Director of the National Security Agency; Lt. Col. Karen Kwiatkowski, PhD, and Major John M. Newman, PhD, and many others. They are among the rapidly growing number of military and intelligence service veterans, scientists, engineers, and architects challenging the government’s story. The officers’ statements appear below, listed alphabetically.

France Announces Base in Persian Gulf -- President Nicolas Sarkozy announced Tuesday that France would establish a military base in the United Arab Emirates, making it the only Western power other than the United States to have a permanent defense installation in the strategic Persian Gulf region.

VACCINATION TOXICICITY CAN CAUSE INJURY -- Questions you need to ask yourself
before considering vaccinations: Have I thoroughly researched all the ingredients in the shot and do I understand the toxic risks.

A Growing Foreign Stake in U.S. Banks -- The nation's biggest financial firms, battered by huge losses in their mortgage businesses, are relying on an enigmatic source for cash: foreign governments in the Middle East and Asia.

Romney defeats McCain in Michigan primary -- Romney's victory over Sen. John McCain further roiled a volatile nomination fight that lacks a clear favorite.

The Old Farmer's Almanac Straw Poll -- The Old Farmer's Almanac New Hampshire
Presidential Straw Poll. And the winners are...

'Hillary: The Movie' debuts in D.C. -- "Hillary: The Movie", produced by David Bossie of the activist group Citizens United, premiered last night in Georgetown before an invited audience of some 250, including media notables, pundits and political activists. The documentary focuses on Hillary Clinton's role, arguing she was not an innocent by-stander but was at the center of
managing many of the numerous scandals that dotted the Clinton presidency.

What you should know about Vytorin and Zetia -- A controversial study showing that the blockbuster cholesterol-lowering drug Vytorin failed to slow the buildup of artery plaques more than a cheaper statin is certain to provoke questions among heart patients taking Vytorin or its sister drug Zetia.

Deadly new form of MRSA emerges -- Research suggests it may be more prevalent among the gay community - the gay San Francisco district of Castro appears to have been hardest hit.

Scientific Study Finds Fluoride Horror Stories Factual -- a major new Scientific American report concluded that "Scientific attitudes toward fluoridation may be starting to shift" as new evidence emerges of the poison's link to disorders affecting teeth, bones, the brain and the thyroid gland, as well as lowering IQ.

FDA Destroys Incriminating Records On Aspartame -- This report is suppose to be a matter of public record so Dr. Roberts asked his Congressman to get the record from the FDA. They even refused his Congressman saying it was confidential. We were amazed that the FDA could withhold public documents from United States Congressmen. It's incriminating that a government agency like the FDA who is suppose to be protecting the health of the public would sell its soul to drug and chemical companies. Read More...

Lengthy volunteer stints burn out military wives -- Volunteerism is essential to military installations. At the core are those who support military families — wives helping other wives and servicemembers' parents in most cases. The Army calls them Family Readiness Groups (FRGs). "For 500,000 spouses and 700,000 children, six years of war is uncharted territory," Army Secretary Pete Geren told an Association of the United States Army audience in October. "Our family support systems … did not contemplate the operational tempo our families are
experiencing today."

Hamas mourns Israeli raid victims -- Hamas leaders in Gaza have declared a three-day mourning period after an Israeli raid on eastern Gaza City left at least 17 dead and more than 20 wounded. Hours after the raid ended, Hamas said it fired 15 rockets into Israel as an initial response to Israel's actions in Gaza City.

US election 2008: Michigan -- Half way down the page on the right, there is a poll (graphic which does show Ron Paul getting 8%. Thanks to Mike in the UK.

Michigan Primary: Articles to check out:
* Absentee ballot deadline looms

Detroit Uncovered - Support Obama, Vote Uncommitted

AOL Strawpoll Political Machine -- Vote your pick for president and see how they're doing compared to other candidates picked by AOL users. To VOTE Click Here!

Past articles by Congressman Ron Paul -- Be sure to check them out in your spare time.

Faulty Design Led to Minnesota Bridge Collapse, Inquiry Finds -- Investigators said Monday that the Interstate 35W bridge in Minneapolis, which collapsed into the Mississippi River on Aug. 1, killing 13, came down because of a flaw in its design.

Do U.S. pandemic plans threaten rights, ACLU asks -- U.S. policy in preparing for a potential bird flu pandemic is veering dangerously toward a heavy-handed law-enforcement approach, the American Civil Liberties Union said on Monday.

ACLU Report: Government Must Abandon Misguided Approach to Pandemic Preparedness -- As fears of a flu pandemic have grown, the Bush administration has pursued a misguided approach to pandemic preparation that relies on a law enforcement/national security approach, rather than a public health approach to the problem, and which exposes Americans to unnecessary risk. That is the finding of an expert report being released today by the American Civil Liberties Union at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.

Vaccine Ingredients -- Just for your information.

Olbermann Accuses Joint Chiefs of Faking 'Gulf of Tonkin' with Iran -- On Monday's Countdown show, MSNBC host Keith Olbermann used his regular "Worst Person in the World" segment to accuse the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, Admiral Michael Mullen, of trying to "fake" a "Gulf of Tonkin" incident with Iran over the recent U.S. Navy confrontation with Iranian navy speed boats in the Strait of Hormuz.

Follow Up: Beck's Bad Hospital Visit Fuels Crusade -- "The politicians are right that we have a health care crisis in this country," he said. "Where they're wrong is that it's not going to be solved by government, it's not going to be solved by getting the HMOs out, it's not going to be solved by a new marbled-lobby health center," he said. "It's by hiring people that understand about caring for people."  See Video Glenn Beck Rambles About Botched Surgery

New # 2 General takes over next month in Iraq -- Lt. Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III, a decorated paratrooper takes over next month as the No. 2 U.S. commander in Iraq. He packs an M4 rifle.

FDA approves cloned meat, milk says newspaper -- A U.S. Food and Drug Administration report finds that meat and milk from cloned animals is, for the most part, safe to eat, the Washington Post reported.

Farmers fear a barnyard Big Brother -- A federal database of animals to fight disease outbreaks is a threat to privacy and family operations, critics say.

Increasing number of asylum seekers to Norway -- The number of asylum seekers arriving in Norway has increased markedly over the past few months. Not since 2004 has the number been as high as now.

UK News: Mugabe faces rival inside party -- A leading figure inside the ruling Zanu-PF party in Zimbabwe is planning to mount a challenge to the leadership of Robert Mugabe, the BBC can confirm.

Ron Paul Supporters Hope To Deliver A Knockout -- A new grassroots campaign in support of Ron Paul's presidential bid is seeking to raise funds in order to place an advertisement on boxer Roy Jones Jr. during an upcoming fight.

Subprime lender to file for bankruptcy -- Friedman Billings Ramsey Group's mortgage lending arm, First NLC Financial Services, will file for bankruptcy protection and plans to liquidate because demand among investors for home loans has vanished, the investment bank said Monday.

Mysterious $100 ‘supernote’ counterfeit bills appear across world -- Whatever the origin of the bills, “it’s by far the most sophisticated counterfeiting operation in the world,” said James Kolbe, a former congressman from Arizona who oversaw funding for the Secret Service. “We are not certain as to how this is being done or how it’s happening.”

Chemical Skies: Aerosol Pollutants From Planes Cause Disease -- A US study found jet fuel contaminates in 100% of lactating mothers' breast milk, and some infants getting ten times the 'safe' limit of perchlorate, another additive, which adversely affects brain and thyroid function. Read More...


VotePoke: Are you registered to vote? Are you sure? -- Check your registration instantly at the above hyperlink. (Notice the colors!!)

Public 'threatened' by private-firearms ownership -- Government argues gun restrictions 'permitted by the 2nd Amendment'.
Related Poll of the day (Jan. 14, 2008) at WND: What do you think of Bush administration's claim gun restrictions 'permitted by the 2nd Amendment' 

Cholesterol drug link to disturbed teacher’s death -- A CORONER has linked a cholesterol-lowering drug prescribed to millions to the death of a senior master at a top independent school.

Video: Minnesota researchers grow rat heart in lab -- And it started it beating.

Bush says troop withdrawals may stop -- President George W. Bush says he might stop troop pull-outs from Iraq and that the US presence there will outlast his presidency.

Pentagon, Big Pharma: Drug Troops to Numb Them to Horrors of War -- Known as the Psychological Kevlar Act - "directs the secretary of defense to develop and implement a plan to incorporate preventive and early-intervention measures, practices or procedures that reduce the likelihood that personnel in combat will develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or other stress-related psychopathologies, including substance use conditions. (Kevlar, a DuPont fiber, is an essential component of U.S. military helmets and bullet-proof vests advertised to be "five times stronger than steel.") The stated purpose of this legislation is to make American soldiers less vulnerable to the combat stressors that so often result in psychic injuries.

Joint Chiefs Chairman: Close Guantanamo -- The chief of the U.S. military said he favors closing the prison here as soon as possible because he believes negative publicity worldwide about treatment of terrorist suspects has been "pretty damaging" to the image of the United States.

Urgency of Search for Marine Questioned -- As authorities recovered Maria Lauterbach's remains Saturday from a fire pit where they suspect Marine Cpl. Cesar Armando Laurean burned and buried her body, her family asked why authorities didn't treat her case with greater urgency.

YouTube: Ron Paul - Let Me Get This Right -- Ron Paul and foreign policy.

UK News:
EU rethinks biofuels guidelines -- Europe's environment chief has admitted that the EU did not foresee the problems raised by its policy to get 10% of Europe's road fuels from plants.
New ID bill 'several years' away -- UK citizens are unlikely to be made to get an ID card for "several years" because a voluntary scheme needs time to "run in", a minister has said.
Organs to be taken without consent -- Gordon Brown has thrown his weight behind a move to allow hospitals to take organs from dead patients without explicit consent.

Town-by-town results of the 2008 Republican Primary, held Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2008 in New Hampsire -- Note the precinct totals all favor McCain. Neither version matches the announced figure that Ron Paul got 8% of the N.H. vote.

Switchgrass Makes Better Ethanol Than Corn Does -- Farmers in Nebraska and the Dakotas brought the U.S. closer to becoming a biofuel economy, planting huge tracts of land for the first time with switchgrass—a native North American perennial grass (Panicum virgatum) that often grows on the borders of cropland naturally—and proving that it can deliver more than five times more energy than it takes to grow it.

121 war veterans linked to killings, report finds -- Paper says murders tied to soldiers are soaring; military questions premise. At least 121 Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans have committed a killing or been charged in one in the United States after returning from combat, The New York Times reported Sunday.

Coast Guard forces vaccine derived from aborted child -- A U.S. Coast Guard officer and devout Catholic has filed suit to prevent being forced to receive a vaccination derived from the lung of an aborted child after a higher ranking officer disputed his understanding of Church theology.

FBI finds Blackwater trucks patched, painted & repaired -- Blackwater Worldwide repaired and repainted its trucks immediately after a deadly September shooting in Baghdad, making it difficult to determine whether enemy gunfire provoked the attack, according to people familiar with the government's investigation of the incident.

9/11 AA11 plane mothballed and re-sold????? -- Check the aircraft Registration number of flight 11....then check out the Registration number on this plane..AND THE DATE OF RENEWAL! Check out the links!

The South Carolina Debate -- Check out the latest state poll. Showing Obama with 35% followed by Clinton with 34% then Huckabee with 28% with Romney following with 20%.

New National Guard program bringing in Army recruits -- A new Army program in which the National Guard helps recruit for the active duty Army has brought more than 500 sign-ups in its first three months, officials said Thursday.

VIDEO: CNN Mention of Possible Vote Fraud Finds Memory Hole -- Be sure to watch this clip!

Kucinich Asks for New Hampshire Recount in the Interest of Election Integrity -- Democratic Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich, the most outspoken advocate in the Presidential field and in Congress for election integrity, paper-ballot elections, and campaign finance reform, has sent a letter to the New Hampshire Secretary of State asking for a recount of Tuesday’s election because of “unexplained disparities between hand-counted ballots and machine-counted ballots.”

Study Reveals Evidence Of The Healing Properties Of Clay -- A new wave of consciousness has arrived to the clay front with some serious testing of clay's potential as a healer. Lets examine the results of a recent study by Dr. Linda Williams and Dr. Shelley E. Haydel from Arizona State University. Read More...

Rocky Road on Cross Border Trucking -- The Transportation Department has decided to continue its pilot program of cross-border trucking despite a law against it that Congress passed in December. DOT's argument is that the law prohibits the government from spending any money to "establish" the program — but it began the program in September and simply is continuing it.

Pentagon, Big Pharma: Drug Troops to Numb Them to Horrors of War -- Known as the Psychological Kevlar Act - "directs the secretary of defense to develop and implement a plan to incorporate preventive and early-intervention measures, practices or procedures that reduce the likelihood that personnel in combat will develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or other stress-related psychopathologies, including substance use conditions. (Kevlar, a DuPont fiber, is an essential component of U.S. military helmets and bullet-proof vests advertised to be "five times stronger than steel.") The stated purpose of this legislation is to make American soldiers less vulnerable to the combat stressors that so often result in psychic injuries.

New security rules for driver's licenses -- Americans born after Dec. 1, 1964, will have to get more secure driver's licenses in the next six years under ambitious post-9/11 security rules to be unveiled Friday by federal officials.

Disgraced FDA Official Goes Back to Big Pharma -- Former FDA number two is doing what he did best on the FDA -- push for the sale of unsafe drugs on the market.

FBI wiretaps dropped due to unpaid bills -- Telephone companies have cut off FBI wiretaps used to eavesdrop on suspected criminals because of the bureau's repeated failures to pay phone bills on time.

Cases against border landowners prepared -- The government is readying 102 court cases against landowners in Arizona, California and Texas for blocking efforts to select sites for a fence along the Mexican border, a Homeland Security Department official said Wednesday.

US drops 40,000 pounds of bombs in ten minutes on al Qaeda targets in Iraq -- U.S. warplanes dropped the massive payload on more than 40 targets on Baghdad's southern outskirts this morning, Jan. 10, 2008 in a major strike on al Qaeda safe havens, the military said in a statement.

Greenwich, Conn. School Bans Desserts -- Glenville School in Greenwich, Conn. is trying to turn things around, starting this year ice cream and cookies are no longer sold in the cafeteria. Instead they have fruit and yogurt as an option. Principal Marc D'Amico said he was tired of seeing healthy lunches thrown in the garbage, so kids could get to the sweet stuff, and says his new policy is fighting more than childhood obesity.

New Hampshire Department of Justice Website -- You may contact the Attorney General's Office by phone or e-mail to discuss a complaint before formally filing a complaint form. 
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Granny Warriors Demand Recount -- The application shall be made in writing to the secretary of state and shall be submitted no later than the Friday after the primary for a recount of all ballots cast for such nomination.

MSG: A villain and promoter of liver inflammation and dysplasia -- MSG should have its safety profile re-examined and be potentially withdrawn from the food chain.

Check out the colors of party logos -- Yes...check out those and blue!

WILL RON PAUL AUTHORIZE AN AUDIT OF THE NEW HAMPSHIRE PRIMARY? by Devvy Kidd -- Regular readers of my column know I have been on the vote fraud issue since 1993. It is real and has dominated our elections since the late '60s. While the corporate media flunkies have been diligent in their efforts to marginalize and crush Dr. Paul's run...

Pentagon to send 3,000 Marines to Afghanistan in April -- The Pentagon is preparing to send at least 3,000 Marines to Afghanistan in April to bolster efforts to hold off another expected Taliban offensive in the spring, military officials said Wednesday.

Bush strongly warns Iran on naval clash -- President Bush warned Iran of "serious consequences" if it meddles again with U.S. warships in the Persian Gulf, opening a Mideast peacemaking mission Wednesday on an ominous note. He told Israel to dismantle unauthorized settlement outposts and demanded that the Palestinians halt rocket attacks from areas controlled by Hamas Islamic militants.

New Hampshire District Admits Ron Paul Votes Not Counted -- The head clerk of the New Hampshire town of Sutton has been forced to admit that Ron Paul received 31 votes yet when the final amount was transferred to a summary sheet and sent out to the media, the total was listed as zero. The fiasco throws the entire primary into doubt and could lead to a re-count.

YouTube - Is this Fraud? -- Tally of the vote doesn't add up.

New Hampshire Vote fraud confirmed: Ron Paul votes not counted -- Boston Now is reporting that in Sutton, New Hampshire three members of a family voted for Ron Paul and then they went to the voting map on the Politico website and it said Ron Paul had zero votes in that area. Read More...

Town of Sutton CONFIRMS Ron Paul Totals Were 31, not ZERO -- Town Clerk for Sutton confirmed that the Ron Paul totals in Sutton were actually 31, and said that they were "left off the tally sheet" and it was human error.

VIDEO: Emergency Call to Help Ron Paul VoteWatch -- Emergency call to get citizens to eye-witness the vote count in the Iowa Caucus, counted 100% in the open, and the New Hampshire primary, counted 25% in the open.

VIDEO: Hacking Democracy -- This documentary exposes the vulnerability of computers - which count approximately 80% of America's votes in county, state and federal elections - suggesting that if our votes aren't safe, then our democracy isn't safe either!

Report reveals Vietnam War hoaxes, faked attacks -- North Vietnamese made hoax calls to get the US military to bomb its own units during the Vietnam War, according to declassified information that also confirmed US officials faked an incident to escalate the war. On several occasions "the communists were able, by communicating on Allied radio nets, to call in Allied artillery or air strikes on American units," it said. But he said that probably the "most
historically significant feature" of the declassified report was the retelling of the 1964 Gulf of Tonkin incident.

Stop the North American Union -- Look for a senator, congressman or president near you on this CFR list. CFR Annotated Membership Roster: A - Z

France is healthcare leader, US comes dead last say study -- France is tops, and the United States dead last, in providing timely and effective healthcare to its citizens, according to a survey Tuesday of preventable deaths in 19 industrialized countries.

HPV Vaccine Researcher Criticizes Drug Marketing as "Public Health Experiment" -- A researcher who has spent 20 years studying human papillomavirus (HPV) and did the bulk of the work that was used to develop a vaccine for several strains of the virus has warned that mandating the vaccine for girls under the age of 18 may actually backfire, causing cervical cancer rates to go up.

Missouri AND Louisiana
-- Translation: If you are not a Registered Republican as of this Wednesday, January 9 you can not take part in the Louisiana or Missouri Presidential Primary and vote for Ron Paul.

List of diebolds by county in NH -- Especially look at the Computer vs. Hand counts.

YouTube Video:  Bill Maher - Anti-Pharma Rant -- Bill Maher ends the show with a rant about big pharma !

YouTube Video: Freedom of Speech and H.R. 1955 pt. 1 -- Though the authors of H.R. 1955 would likely deny that the bill could be used to crack down on free speech and legitimate political opposition, the talking heads on the main stream networks have made it very clear that they would like this kind of legislation to do just that. Can H.R. 1955 be used to silence the voices of dissent? Let's have a look.

Full results from New Hampshire primaries -- Clinton & McCain top winners.

Bush signs new gun bill -- President Bush has signed a new law to restrict gun ownership under the pretenses of "preventing severely mentally ill" people from buying guns.
Related Article: Gun access to mentally ill curbed

Katrina general retiring from the Army -- The gruff, cigar-chomping general who led federal troops into New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina is convinced America hasn't learned its lesson from the storm. Lt. Gen. Russel Honore gets ready to retire from the Army and hand over his command on Friday, he says he wants to spend the rest of his life creating a "culture of preparedness" to prevent another post-disaster disaster.

Soldier: Policy on gays may be shifting -- A bill to eliminate the military's sexual orientation policy, filed by Rep. Ellen Tauscher, D-Calif., is pending in Congress. Sarvis said the bill is unlikely to get out of committee during this election year, but hearings could be held. Read one Army Sgt. story: He has been telling anyone who'll listen that he's gay — without serious
retribution so far from the military - a medic who served in both Iraq and Kuwait.

Boy Scout 'hero' in saving Maldives prez -- COLOMBO, Sri Lanka - Residents of the Maldives showered praise Wednesday on a 15-year-old Boy Scout who foiled an attempt to assassinate the president of this island nation by grabbing the attacker's knife.

A Message of Hope from Mike Tawse in the UK -- We would just like to share this with all the Power Hour Team members!

FRONLINE "The Medicated Child" airs Today - Jan.8, 2008 -- In recent years, there’s been a dramatic increase in the number of children being diagnosed with serious psychiatric disorders and prescribed medications that are just beginning to be tested in children. The drugs can cause serious side effects, and virtually nothing is known about their long-term impact. “It’s really to some extent an experiment, trying medications in these children of this age,” child psychiatrist Dr. Patrick Bacon tells FRONTLINE. “It’s a gamble. And I tell parents there’s no way to know what’s going to work.” Check your local listings for time and local channel.

Passenger Jets to Get Anti-Missile Devices -- Tens of thousands of airline passengers will soon be flying on jets outfitted with anti-missile systems as part of a new government test aimed at thwarting terrorists armed with shoulder-fired projectiles. (Does the word "POD" or "Flash" come to mind)???

Al Qaeda: Bush's Mideast trip to meet bombs, booby-traps -- An al Qaeda member warned on a videotape Sunday that U.S. President George Bush's upcoming trip to the Middle East will meet bombs and booby-traps instead of roses and applause, media reported Monday.

Bush Administration Flouts Law on NAFTA Trucks Pilot Program, Boosts Number of Carriers on U.S. Roads -- the Bush administration spat in the public’s face by allowing full access to U.S. roads to yet another Mexico-based carrier — despite Congress’ clear intent that the reckless NAFTA trucking pilot program be brought to an end. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced today that the Baja-based carrier Madereria Las Lomitas is now authorized to send a truck throughout U.S. roads. Read More...

VIDEO: Sean Hannity Flees Angry Ron Paul Supporters -- A group of Ron Paul supporters gave Sean Hannity a piece of their minds about FOX News' exclusion of Paul from its forum.

View RON PAUL Town Hall Meeting in Manchester New Hampshire Jan. 6, 2008 -- Brought to you by Manchester Community Access Media, Inc.

Cops applaud presidential candidate Ron Paul -- The American Federation of Police - with well over 100,000 members -- recently praised Ron Paul for introducing a bill that would help cops obtain topnotch body armor that would withstand rounds fired from most firearms. Rep. Paul's bill -- HR 3304 -- would amend the Internal Revenue Code to provide for a tax credit to law enforcement officers who purchase their own body armor.

Osiris Therapeutics Awarded Department of Defense Contract for Prochymal Fully Valued at $224.7 Million -- Osiris Therapeutics (Nasdaq:OSIR) announced that it has been awarded a $224.7 million contract, including purchase options, from the United States Department of Defense (DoD) to develop and stockpile Prochymal, an adult stem cell therapy, for the repair of gastrointestinal injury resulting from radiation exposure.

Forget Tupperware; it's Taser-party time -- Independent entrepreneurs are now selling Tasers the way her mother's generation sold plastic food-storage home party's.

2 Navy jets crash in Gulf, pilots safe -- Two U.S. Navy fighter jets plunged into the Persian Gulf Monday after a mid-air collision, but all three pilots were rescued safely, a top Navy commander said Monday.

HUGE SUPPORT for Ron Paul at New Hampshire gathering -- Take a look at the support for Ron Paul. It's growing....!

Iranian boats "provoke" U.S. Navy ships in Hormuz -- Five Iranian Revolutionary Guard boats harassed and provoked three U.S. Navy ships in the Strait of Hormuz, a major oil shipping route off the Iranian coast, over the weekend, CNN reported on Monday.

Who Would The World Elect for the President of the United States? -- Click on the candidate you would vote for. -- Check out the speed taps in your area!! This site gives details on the location of speed cameras, with information regularly updated. Hundreds of motorists also send out warnings about the frequent spots that are targeted as speed-trapping sites by traffic officers.
Related Article: Cops not amused by speed-trap

VIDEO: Ron Paul on Larry King 1-3-08 (UNAIRED VIDEO) -- The interview with Ron Paul and Larry King was Web exclusive.

DEVIL IN THE DETAILS: Vets Stripped of Gun Rights -- Let’s say you’re a veteran…trained by the US military to wage war and use weapons wisely on a foreign battlefield. Every day you face intense pressure from fierce enemy combatants. You’re surrounded by a civilian populace, some of whom want you dead ….many others, innocent bystanders. It’s up to you to tell them apart. But our government trusts your judgment under fire, so long as you’re stationed overseas. But what about when they come home??

UK News: Britons 'richer than Americans' -- The average UK person will this year have a greater income than their US counterpart for the first time since the 19th Century, figures suggest.

AOL Poll: Candidates Now Turn to New Hampshire -- What's your Take? Vote Now!!

Ron Paul -- Light Flashing "Vote Ron Paul 2008" Car / Window / Wall Stickers.

GOP Slams Fox News for excluding Ron Paul in the Fox debate -- The New Hampshire Republican Party dropped their affiliation with a Republican debate sponsored by Fox News tomorrow night because they have limited the number of candidates that can participate, according to a report in One of them being Ron Paul.

SUV Towed in dead of night due to signs and a bunch of others for Ron Paul on his Lincoln Navigator -- Owners SUV was hauled away for having commercial lettering — against the written rules at Valencia Lakes, a neighborhood of 411 lovely, single-family homes next to Orangetree near the Collier County Fair Grounds. sign offering motorists behind him free Paul bumper stickers by calling (651) 336-9468. “What’s commercial about that?” the owner asks.

FOX News Corp Stock Taking a Beating for Slighting Ron Paul -- From the 3 day totals it looks like FOX News parent company symbol (NWS) it taking a beating. Will it continue as the Boycott and stock dump continues from the Paul camp.

The Intersection of Ron Paul and TGI Fridays -- At the busy intersection of Rt. 28 and the Mall of New Hampshire entrance, between roaring six-lane traffic and the glittering retail mecca, the libertarian Republican presidential candidate's eclectic ground soldiers staged a makeshift battleground, waving signs and and playing chicken with the oncoming traffic ... all in the name of the man sometimes known as Dr. No.

Boeing's Psychic Lab -- Boeing researchers don't just spend their days designing killer drones and networked tanks. They also investigate unexplained powers of the mind, sometimes. Especially if those times are the late '60s.

HMS Diana: the ship that went nuclear -- In 1956, HMS Diana sailed into the aftermath of an atomic explosion, testing the impact a war with the Soviets might have on British servicemen. The consequences were horrific, and yet those on board continue to be denied compensation. Sean Rayment reveals the full story. Read More...

$100 oil will hit gas and airfare -- The rising price of oil is starting to bite - at the pump, the airline ticket counter and possibly in your home.Oil hit $100 a barrel Wednesday and gasoline prices could soon top their all-time record from last May of $3.22 a gallon.

UK: Vomiting bug to get worse -- The virus, which was responsible for closing more than 100 hospital wards last week, can also be guarded against by disinfecting bathrooms and washing cups and dishes properly. Health Minister Ivan Lewis said: "We want to get the message across to everyone that washing your hands properly with soap and warm water, or even an alcohol gel, can help reduce the spread of infections and help protect you, your family and those around you.'

BARRY GOLDWATER JR. TO CAMPAIGN FOR RON PAUL IN N.H. -- Congressman Ron Paul will be joined in the last days of the New Hampshire campaign by former Congressman and conservative stalwart Barry Goldwater, Jr.

Are Ron Paul Supporters Really Hurting Fox News Parent Company Shares? -- Following Fox News exclusion of US Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul in a Sunday debate, many of his supporters called for a boycott of sponsors and - perhaps worse - shorting Fox parent company News Corp's stock.

YouTube: Ron Paul vs Mike Huckabee -- A recently returned veteran from a 14 month deployment in Iraq and now on reservist status. The purpose of this video is to express my frustration about the discrepancies between my experience in Iraq and the perception that the everage citizen holds. More than ever, citizens must understand the situation in Iraq.

Passenger Jets to Get Anti-Missile Devices -- Tens of thousands of airline passengers will soon be flying on jets outfitted with anti-missile systems as part of a new government test aimed at thwarting terrorists armed with shoulder-fired projectiles. (Does the word "POD" come to mind)???

Eight U.S. State Department Veterans Challenge the Official Account of 9/11 -- Eight U.S. State Department veterans have severely criticized the official account of 9/11 and called for a new investigation.

SWAT officers invade home, take 11-year-old at gunpoint -- Nearly a dozen members of a police SWAT team in western Colorado punched a hole in the front door and invaded a family's home with guns drawn, demanding that an 11-year-old boy who had had an accidental fall accompany them to the hospital, on the order of Garfield County Magistrate Lain Leoniak. The boy's father told WND it was all because a paramedic was upset the family preferred to care for their son themselves.

Warning: Vacate room when CFL bulb breaks -- Energy-saving devices called so dangerous everyone must leave for at least 15 minutes.

Nanny State to Use Speed Cameras on Skiers -- Skiers and snowboarders who love the unrestricted thrill of hurtling down alpine pistes on a sunny winter’s day are about to be stopped in their tracks. Switzerland is introducing speed cameras on the slopes to try to reduce the increasing number of accidents.

GM Researching Driverless Cars -- GM plans to use an inexpensive computer chip and an antenna to link vehicles equipped with driverless technologies. The first use likely would be on highways; people would have the option to choose a driverless mode while they still would control the vehicle on local streets.

Secret Service Restrains Out-Of-Control O'Reilly -- The incident was triggered when O'Reilly--with a Fox News crew shooting--was screaming at Obama National Trip Director Marvin Nicholson "Move" so he could get Obama's attention, according to several eyewitnesses. "O'Reilly was yelling at him, yelling at his face," a photographer shooting the scene said.

CIA to get broad powers to act inside Pak says Report -- The administration of President George W Bush is considering granting the Pentagon and CIA new authority to conduct covert operations in the tribal areas of Pakistan where Al-Qaida is showing new strength, The New York Times reported on its website late Saturday.

Bird Flu Erupts In Egypt - Many Quarantined -- The World Health Organization (WHO) said earlier this year that countries around the world had improved in their resistance to bird flu, but the situation remains critical in Egypt and Indonesia where the risk of the H5N1 virus mutating into a major human threat remains high.

Some of Gang's Killings Race-Based -- In a murderous quest aimed at "cleansing" their turf of snitches and rival gangsters, members of one of Los Angeles County's most vicious Latino gangs sometimes killed people just because of their race, an investigation has found.

Who Will Control Your Thermostat? -- "In other words, the temperature of your home will no longer be yours to control. Your desires and needs can and will be overridden by the state of California through its public and private utility organizations. All this is for the common good, of course."

Glenn Beck Rambles About Botched Surgery -- Glenn talks about his experience in the hospital and what's coming up for Monday's program.

Maker of tainted dog food to pay $3.1M -- Diamond Pet Foods a company that made contaminated pet food that killed dozens of dogs nationwide will pay $3.1 million in a settlement with pet owners, an attorney said Friday.

Human hair market growing fast -- China and India exported more than $154 million worth of human hair last year, according to United Nations trade statistics. Southern Miami-Dade County are part of a world marketplace for human hair. Uses range from the obvious, such as false eyelashes and wigs, to the more obscure: it is a common raw-material source for l-cysteine, an amino acid frequently used in baked goods such as pizza dough and bagels. Many farmers and nursery growers swear by the horticultural benefits of hairy wares.

Federal Court to Decide Fate of Navy Sonar -- A federal judge in California is scheduled to release a decision this week that will outline what the Navy must do to protect whales and other marine mammals from the loud blasts of its sonar equipment.

WHY DOES THE GOVERNMENT FEAR ARMED VETERANS? by Alan Stang -- Recent passage by the District of Criminals of the legislation known colloquially as the Veteran Disarmament bill raises the question of why the conspiracy for world government would want to disarm returning veterans.

Energy-saving light bulbs blamed for migraines -- The energy-saving light bulbs that will be made compulsory in homes in a few years can trigger migraines, campaigners have claimed. The Migraine Action Association (MAA) said some of its members alleged the fluorescent bulbs had led to attacks of the powerful headaches.

AOL 'Hot Seat' Poll -- Do you agree with Fox News' decision to exclude Ron Paul from the next debate? (wasn't working at time of posting this morning)
Related Item: AOL Straw Poll - Vote then see the results!

Overall Iowa Results -- Results by County.

Look on the Bright Side Ron Paul Supporters -- Ron Paul didn't win in Iowa Thursday night and he didn't even come in third or fourth place. But there is some good news that the long time Congressman and his supporters can take away from Iowa....Read More...

VIDEO: Ron Paul on Larry King 1-3-08 (UNAIRED VIDEO) -- The interview with Ron Paul and Larry King was Web exclusive.

VIDEO: Wolf Blitzer shouts Ron Paul at Larry King 01/03/2008 -- Wolf shilling for Ron Paul again following his 10% performance in the Iowa Caucuses.

VIDEO: Ron Paul TV Ad: Troops Support Ron Paul -- Troops Support Ron Paul Ad.

FDA to clear cloned livestock for consumers says report -- The U.S. Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) is expected to declare as early as next week that meat and milk from cloned animals and their offspring is safe to eat, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.

CES to highlight tech for greening homes -- With systems that dim lights from a TV remote control or "smart" meters that help cut power usage during costly peak times, the environmental benefits of home automation will be touted at next week's International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Lawyer (Tom Cryer) who beat IRS sues agents -- A lawyer who was acquitted by a federal court trial jury of Internal Revenue Service accusations he failed to filed income tax returns for two years now is suing several IRS agents over their alleged improper disclosure of his personal information in the case.
Tom Cryer's Website:

UK News: General Practitioners urge millions hit by bug to stay at home -- Dr Steve Field, the chairman of the Royal College of General Practitioners, said its surveillance unit in Birmingham confirmed that cases were the highest since the 2002 epidemic.

NAFTA CEMENTING A NORTH AMERICAN UNION by Devvy Kidd -- Millions of Americans are now aware of the plan for a North American Union (NAU)/Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP).

100 Items to Disappear First -- Be sure to check out the list. Stay Prepared!!

New study planned on vitamin C as cancer fighter -- Thomas Jefferson University researchers are conducting a tiny study that they hope will help answer a big question: Is intravenous Vitamin C effective against cancer?

National City Corp. Ohio's largest bank said it will eliminate 900 jobs -- National City Corp. fell to its lowest price in 12 years after Ohio's largest bank said it will eliminate 900 jobs and halve the quarterly dividend, the first reduction since the payout began in 1935.

VIDEO: Fox News Judge Napolitano Endorses Ron Paul -- This is the opening of a clip from a speech by Judge Andrew Napolitano, a contributor to Fox News. is among the fiercest defenders of individual rights. Both in his daily appearances on the country's most-watched cable news network and in a series of books (most recently, A Nation of Sheep), Napolitano consistently and defiantly argues that the only legitimate government is that which respects its citizens rights in all cases.

RON PAUL: RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE by Devvy Kidd -- Duncan Hunter, Tom Tancredo, Sam Brownack and Tommy Thompson, all pro war mongers and players for the machine have been treated with respect. The media, print and electronic, have called Dr. Paul undignified names, ridiculed and made fun of his supporters calling us kooks. Nothing even close has been heaped on the Democrat candidates.

The Secret of Ron Paul's Success -- Many in the media are intrigued by Rep. Ron Paul's success in the presidential campaign but usually focus on how much money he is raising. In terms of issues, some think he is rising in the polls because of his opposition to the Iraq War. That may be a factor, but my research convinces me that he is doing well primarily because he has a traditional Republican message of returning to smaller and less expensive government. More than that, however, he is talking about the threat posed by global institutions.

Thousands Exposed to Poison by Government's Aerial Spraying -- The chemicals, known by their trade names as Checkmate OLR-F and Checkmate LBAM-F, have been sprayed via state owned airplanes in September and October in Monterey County California. These same aerial chemicals, despite their known health risks, were sprayed on two nights (11-8, 11-9) over the people of Santa Cruz County. The purpose of this spray is to control the mating habits of the light brown apple moth (LBAM). The reason the moth needs to be controlled is due to the
possibility of 100 million dollars of damage (Realize that this figure is not a fact, but based on a government guess).

Phila. firm takes over Merck drug plant -- Top executives of PRWT Services Inc. were on hand at a Merck & Co. Inc. manufacturing plant in central Pennsylvania on New Year's Eve, shaking hands and greeting workers. The Philadelphia firm, which handles customer service for the Philadelphia Parking Authority and two others nationwide, had just branched out and taken over a giant pharmaceutical plant.

Violence Grows in Kenya -- More than 250 people have been killed in the past two days in bloodshed connected with the election Kenya held last week, an election many claim was rigged to give President Mwai Kibaki a second term.

Krill Oil Dramatically Lowers C-Reactive Protein -- Canadian researchers published the findings of a randomized, double blind study designed to assess the effects of Neptune Krill Oil (NKO) on levels of C-reactive protein (CRP) in patients with chronic inflammation. The study was published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition.

3 Common Drugs Trigger Most ER Visits by Seniors -- Side effects from just three drugs are responsible for a full third of all U.S. emergency room visits by senior citizens who had adverse reactions to medications, a new study found.

Police academy says, ‘Go out and cause’ PTSD -- BOISE, Idaho - A state police academy leader has disavowed the slogan of the most recent graduating class urging one another to "go out and cause" post-traumatic stress disorder.

In waning hours before Iowa caucuses, candidates roll out upbeat ads, make last-minute appeals -- DES MOINES, Iowa: Uplifting appeals largely replaced stinging insults as Democratic and Republican candidates did the only thing left to do in crucial races in Iowa that are too close to call — encourage supporters to vote for them.

"Swish-and-spit" test screens for cancer -- A simple mouth rinse may provide a new way to screen for head and neck cancers in people at high risk for these diseases, researchers said on Tuesday. Scientists at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center in Baltimore are developing a saliva test -- inexpensive, easy to perform and painless -- that could spot diseases like mouth and throat cancer in heavy smokers, heavy drinkers and others at high risk.

Lakotah Unilateral Withdrawal from ALL Agreements and Treaties with the United States of America -- Lakotah, formally and unilaterally withdraws from all agreements and treaties imposed by the United States Government on the Lakotah People. We as the freedom loving Lakotah People are the predecessor sovereign of Dakota Territory as evidenced by the Treaties with the United States Government, including, but not limited to, the Treaty of 1851 and the Treaty of 1868 at Fort Laramie. (This is a .pdf file)

A new nasal spray Could Replace Sleep -- In what sounds like a dream for millions of tired coffee drinkers, Darpa-funded scientists might have found a drug that will eliminate sleepiness. A nasal spray containing a naturally occurring brain hormone called orexin A reversed the effects of sleep deprivation in monkeys, allowing them to perform like well-rested monkeys on cognitive tests.

Ron Paul Blimp from Disney in Orlando, FL -- This entry was posted on Tuesday, January 1st, 2008 at 3:33 pm by Katharine Memole.

World food stocks dwindling rapidly, UN warns -- The world food supply is dwindling rapidly and food prices are soaring to historic levels, the top food and agriculture official of the United Nations warned Monday.

MS-13 defaces veteran’s memorial with “Kill Whites” in New Haven -- The MS-13 gang, which is the main importer of illegal aliens, meth, and cocaine into the United States has vandalized a veteran’s memorial in New Haven, CT.

New Year's Snowstorm Smothers Midwest -- A Midwestern storm that dropped up to 16 inches of snow on New Year's Day snarled traffic on highways and runways and extended the winter vacation at dozens of schools.

TV cuts candidates from debates, angering Paul backers -- ABC and Fox News Channel are narrowing the field of presidential candidates invited to debates this weekend just before the New Hampshire primary, in Fox's case infuriating supporters of Republican Rep. Ron Paul. Fox, meanwhile, has invited five GOP candidates to a forum with Chris Wallace scheduled for its mobile studio in New Hampshire on Sunday. Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, Sen. John McCain of Arizona, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt
Romney and former Sen. Fred Thompson of Tennessee received invites, leaving Paul of Texas and Rep. Duncan Hunter of California on the sidelines.
Related Article: Ron Paul Supporters Could Cause $Millions in Losses for Fox News -- The FOX organization has excluded the long time Texas Representative from participating in an upcoming televised New Hampshire debate. In response, supporters of Ron Paul have called for boycotting the cable news network and its sponsors. With nearly $20 million raised for the Paul campaign during the 4th quarter, there is speculation that a "boycott" move could seriously affect sponsors.

RON PAUL AWAKENS THE SPIRIT OF AMERICA by Alan Stang -- It is as if, blundering in the darkness, I accidentally pushed an unseen button, or uncorked an old bottle, or opened a long unused door, and that unknowing, unintended action has unleashed a dormant, primeval force, waiting to be summoned.

The Prime Minister signals first NHS constitution -- Prime Minister Gordon Brown has signaled his intention to press ahead with a constitution for the National Health Service.

UK and US 'keenest on fast food' -- The UK is the country most attached to fast food, closely followed by the United States, a survey has suggested.

UK News: Cameron suggests superbug fines -- NHS hospitals should be fined for every patient who catches a superbug, Tory leader David Cameron is to say. The government says hospitals should be fined if they miss infection targets, rather than for individual cases.

'Israel has megaton nuclear bombs' -- A new report complied by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) claims Israeli nuclear warheads have both air and sea capabilities. The study, authored by former US Defense Department strategist Anthony Cordesman, disclosed that Israel is currently 'in possession of 200 nuclear warheads'.

Pakistan Government Skips Autopsy, Shifts Story on How Bhutto Died -- Violence and recriminations grew Friday over the assassination of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, as Pakistan's government changed its account of how she died while her supporters charged that the government withheld personal protection she'd requested.

Mental screening for young to begin in Massachusetts -- As of Monday, annual checkups for the nearly half a million Massachusetts children on Medicaid will carry a new requirement: Doctors must offer simple questionnaires to detect warning signs of possible mental health problems, from autism in toddlers to depression in teens.

Presidential Candidates Ask for NRA Support -- The candidates came to a first-ever symposium where they would affirm their support for the Second Amendment of the Constitution before a crowd of National Rifle Association members. Just a few election cycles ago political pundits might have deemed the event poor presidential politics. Where is Ron Paul's Photo???  NRA's Phone Number to Complain: 1-800-392-8683

Time To Move To Gun Owners Of America Which Supports Him -- Ron Paul has been excluded from the NRA's online list of GOP Candidates! This cannot stand. Either they include Paul or pro-gun rights people should dump the NRA for good and back Gun owners of America.

Second Amendment Right to Bear Arms:
* YouTube - Ryan Horsley on the 2nd Amendment -- the federal gun-control agency — the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (commonly called ATF) — wants to yank the license that allows Red’s Trading Post to sell guns.
* NRA "Piss on the 2nd amendment" -- The NRA is following the guidelines of Handguns Limited Inc. and they are trying to dilute our rights as citizens to defend our family, community, state and county from enemies foreign and domestic.. Especially Domestic.
* Ron Paul 2nd amendment -- Ron Paul on Right to Bear Arms

Ron Paul Blimp Flight Plan -- Inaugural launch is scheduled for December 10th from Elizabeth City, NC and then to be in Boston, MA by December 15th!

ISLAMISTS TARGET MICHAEL SAVAGE -- The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) is trying to destroy the Savage Nation radio show featuring Michael Savage. Having forced the firing of radio host Michael Graham from WMAL in Washington, D.C., CAIR is trying to force independent conservative Michael Savage off the air nationally by intimidating his advertisers.

Pentagon Poised To Resume Open Air Weapons Testing -- The Pentagon has denied President Bush issued a directive for it to resume open-air testing of chemical and biological warfare(CBW) agents that were halted by President Richard Nixon in 1969. Yet, the Pentagon's stated preparations make it appear it is poised to do just that.

The amero conspiracy -- Behind closed doors, a secret cabal is planning the end of the United States as we know it. Inside a paranoid vision for our time.

Links to the Reports on Federal Jurisdiction:

ABC Investigates: "Coming Home: Soldiers and Drugs -- Watch Brian Ross' exclusive investigation, "Coming Home: Soldiers and Drugs, Friday Dec. 7, 2007 on "20/20" at 10 p.m. EDT - 9 CST.

Air Guard Strapped for Doctors -- Recruiting medical personnel has become a first-class headache for Guard units throughout the country, especially in sparsely populated areas like eastern North Dakota and western Minnesota.

Generals: Drop Ban on Gays in Military -- Marking the 14th anniversary of legislation that allowed gay people to serve in the U.S. military, but only if they kept their orientation secret, 28 retired generals and admirals planned to release a letter Dec. 7 urging Congress to repeal the law.

Report contradicts Bush on Iran nuclear program -- A new U.S. intelligence report says Iran halted its nuclear weapons program in 2003 and it remains on hold, contradicting the Bush administration's earlier assertion that Tehran was intent on developing a bomb.

Half of U.S. doctors mum about incompetence says survey -- Nearly half of all U.S. doctors fail to report incompetent or unethical colleagues, even though they agree that such mistakes should be reported, researchers said on Monday.


Peanut allergies strike earlier, study says -- Allergies to peanuts and other foods are showing up in children at younger ages for reasons that are not clear, researchers said on Monday, and some urged parents to postpone exposing susceptible children to peanuts.

* Senators of the 110th Congress

* To Contact Your Lawmakers

Related Article: Protect Fresh Leafy Greens and Family Farms

Second Amendment Right to Bear Arms:
* YouTube - Ryan Horsley on the 2nd Amendment -- the federal gun-control agency — the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (commonly called ATF) — wants to yank the license that allows Red’s Trading Post to sell guns.
* NRA "Piss on the 2nd amendment" -- The NRA is following the guidelines of Handguns Limited Inc. and they are trying to dilute our rights as citizens to defend our family, community, state and county from enemies foreign and domestic.. Especially Domestic.
* Ron Paul 2nd amendment -- Ron Paul on Right to Bear Arms

YouTube Video: FOX News Takes 32 Seconds to Explain We're in Iraq Forever -- On 11-26-07 FOX substitute anchor Bret Baier devoted 32 seconds to the news that George Bush and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki have signed a "deal" that means 50,000 American troops will remain in Iraq for a long, long time.

Sudan arrests teacher over 'Mohammad' Teddy Bear Name -- A British primary school teacher has been arrested in Sudan, accused of insulting Islam's Prophet by letting her class of 7-year-olds name a teddy bear Muhammad, her school said on Monday.

Firefighters asked to report people who express discontent with the government -- It was revealed last week that firefighters are being trained to not only keep an eye out for illegal materials in the course of their duties, but even to report back any expression of discontent with the government.

Required Reading for Ron Paul Revolutionaries by Thomas J. DiLorenzo -- The Bush Administration has systematically attacked and diminished virtually every freedom and right guaranteed by the Constitution: freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of religion, freedom of association, the right to privacy, the right not to self incriminate, the right to counsel, the right to speedy trials, the right to fair trials, the right to avoid cruel and unusual punishment, even the right to be set free after acquittal! . . . . President Bush has broken laws he swore to uphold, and declined to enforce laws that he has himself signed into existence... Read More...

Hospitals marshal resources to wipe out MRSA -- A recent federal report on the growth of "superbugs" — deadly bacteria resistant against most antibiotics — has renewed public attention to how hospitals are faring in their decades-long war. (Using secret observers to check on whether doctors and nurses are washing their hands.)

Wolfowitz Back in Government -- Don't ever say the Bush administration doesn't take care of its own. Nearly three years after Paul Wolfowitz resigned as deputy Defense secretary and six months after his stormy departure as president of the World Bank—amid allegations that he improperly awarded a raise to his girlfriend—he's in line to return to public service.

US opens flight school for Iraqi pilots -- Lt. Col. Mark Bennett never imagined he would fly a propeller plane over northern Iraq with a former member of Saddam Hussein's air force at his side. Now, he is back to rebuild the same Iraqi air force he helped disable during the 2003 U.S. invasion. Read More...

The Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act: A Tutorial in Orwellian Newspeak -- H.R 1955: the Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007 recently passed by the House—a companion bill is in the Senate—is barely one sentence old before its Orwellian moment: Read More...

US says it has right to kidnap British citizens -- AMERICA has told Britain that it can “kidnap” British citizens if they are wanted for crimes in the United States.

Paul Wins Virginia Straw Poll -- Ron Paul vanquished the competition in the annual Virginia GOP retreat straw poll by collecting 182 votes (38%). Despite having former senator George Allen and current Virginia Attorney General Bob McDonald speaking on his behalf, Fred Thompson managed only 112 votes (23%). While Mike Huckabee, who was represented by his wife, finished a distant third with 51 votes (11%).

Tasers: the next generation -- Alarmed by recent incidents? Wait'll you see what the company is planning for 2008.

who has been in the trenches full time for 18 years, I've seen and heard just about every standard election cycle promise which always converts into a lie after the candidate is sworn into office."

Fever can unlock autism's grip so says study -- Fever can temporarily unlock autism's grip on children, a finding that could shed light on the roots of the condition and perhaps provide clues for treatment, researchers reported on Monday. It appears that fever restores nerve cell communications in regions of the autistic brain, restoring a child's ability to interact and socialize during the fever, the study said.

Avandia may raise osteoporosis risk -- The popular diabetes drug marketed as Avandia may increase bone thinning, a discovery that could help explain why diabetics can have an increased risk of fractures.

None Survive Turkish Plane Crash -- A Turkish passenger jet crashed in the mountains of western Turkey early Friday, killing all 57 people on board, including several prominent nuclear physicists on their way to a conference, Turkish authorities said.

Don Imus' return to radio sparks protest, curiosity -- Don Imus' new show begins Today, Monday Dec. 3, 2007.



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