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Ron Paul Hope for America Concert in Kansas City, Mo. -- Friday, November 2, 2007, 7:00 PM 2007! Please help to spread the word!!!

VIDEO: Ron Paul on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 10/30/07 -- Jay Leno had Ron Paul on his show. Check it out if you have time.

U.S. Military Will Supervise Iraq Security Firms -- All State Department security convoys in Iraq will now fall under military control, the latest step taken by government officials to bring Blackwater Worldwide and other armed contractors under tighter supervision.

Sherry Peel Jackson guilty on four counts of misdemeanors, failure to file tax return charges -- Unfortunately, the Jury at 5:07 PM Eastern Time on October 30, found Sherry Peel Jackson guilty on four counts of misdemeanors, failure to file tax return charges.

Youngster confesses to starting California fire -- A preteen boy playing with matches has confessed to starting a wildfire that destroyed 63 structures near Los Angeles, officials said on Tuesday.

Missing Nukes: Treason of the Highest Order -- Unauthorized removal of nuclear weapons would be virtually impossible to accomplish unless the chain of command were bypassed, involving, in this case, the deliberate tampering of the paperwork and tracking procedures.

Exxon Valdez Dragged Back Into Public Eye -- The Supreme Court will decide whether a $2.5 billion punitive damages award against Exxon Corp. (now Exxon Mobil) for its role in the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska was excessive The justices agreed to hear the case Monday, and oral arguments will be held sometime next year.

Two VA hospitals forced to turn away patients -- Two Tampa Bay veterans hospitals turn away critically ill patients for huge chunks of the year because of an overloaded veterans’ health care system. Read More...

Ex-surgeon general tapped to lead VA -- Retired Army Lt. Gen. James Peake, a former Army surgeon general from 2000 to 2004 has been nominated by the White House to be the next secretary of veterans affairs.

Monks return to streets of Burma -- More than 100 monks have marched in central Burma, the first time they have returned to the streets since last month's bloody crackdown on protests.

China puts clamp on shady goods manufacturers -- THE Chinese Government has arrested 774 people in the past two months as part of a crackdown on the production and sale of tainted food, drugs and agricultural products.

Immunity offer to Blackwater security guards causes outrage -- The Bush administration faced intense criticism yesterday after it emerged that the state department had offered immunity to Blackwater security guards allegedly involved in a shooting spree in Baghdad that left 17 dead.

Australia Company: Workers told: Speak English or lose out on pay -- THE Australian company famous for supplying hearing aids to the world has ordered its multicultural workforce to speak only English or sacrifice a pay rise.

Doctors Say, Raise the Recommended Daily Allowance Now -- The US Recommended Daily Allowance/Daily Reference Intakes are too low and most should be raised immediately, says an independent panel of physicians, academics and researchers. In a statement this week, the Independent Vitamin Safety Review Panel said: “Government-sponsored nutrient recommendations, such as the US RDA/DRIs, are not keeping pace with recent progress in nutrition research.

FBI Whistleblower Sibel Edmonds Will Now Tell All - and Face Charges if Necessary -- She's Prepared to Name Names, Including Those of Two 'Well-Known' Congress Members Involved in Criminal Corruption The 'Most Gagged Person in U.S. History' Tells The BRAD BLOG She's Now Exhausted All Other Channels...Read More....!!

Loyola Plans To Test All Patients For 'Superbug' MRSA -- CHICAGO (AP) ― Loyola University Medical Center on Monday announced plans to start testing all incoming patients for a drug-resistant staph germ and isolating those who carry the dangerous bacteria. The 589-bed hospital in Maywood, just west of Chicago, is among the first in Illinois to start universal screening for the superbug.

Blackwater bodyguards promised immunity -- The State Department promised Blackwater USA bodyguards immunity from prosecution in its investigation of last month’s deadly shooting of 17 Iraqi civilians, The Associated Press has learned.

Clay in the news AGAIN - Clay may be best cure for infections -- Dirt may soon be prescribed by doctors, if researchers investigating the age-old healing properties of a type of French
clay have their way.

Organic food is healthier and safer, four-year EU investigation shows -- EU-funded investigation into the difference between organic and ordinary farming has shown that organic foods have far more nutritional value.

Cloned meat, dairy make way to the table -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is poised to end a voluntary moratorium on the sale of dairy and meat from cloned cattle, goats, pigs and sheep, after it ruled last year that the food is safe for humans.

Want to make your own "glow in the dark" device? -- For real or not?? You be the could be a good USE FOR HALLOWEEN SAFETY if it works!!

Stomach Pain in a Slice of Bread: Gluten Is a Quiet Culprit -- Gluten causes countless Americans crippling stomach pain. Why do so few of them know about it? Read More...

Radiation leak at Russian plant -- Russia says there has been a radiation leak at a nuclear reprocessing plant in the Ural mountains east of Moscow, but that it has not harmed anyone.


French muck: Is this the new penicillin? -- MRSA is the scourge of the country's hospitals, but now the discovery in France of a volcanic clay with miraculous healing properties raises the prospect of a cure for it, and to other dangerous superbugs.

Chertoff Blasts Fake FEMA Press Conference -- The homeland security chief on Saturday lashed into his own employees for staging a phony news conference at the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

Kentucky School District to Close 23 Schools After MRSA Staph Infection Reported -- An eastern Kentucky school district with one confirmed case of antibiotic-resistant staph infection plans to shut down all 23 of its schools Monday, affecting about 10,300 students, to disinfect the facilities.

India activists decry use of children in Gap sweatshop -- The Indian children reportedly found making clothes for Gap Inc. should be reunited with their families and compensated by the government, activists said Monday amid a spreading scandal about the use of child labor by the international clothing chain.

Israeli PM Olmert Has Prostate Cancer -- Prime Minister Ehud Olmert announced Monday that he has prostate cancer, but that the disease is not life threatening and he will continue to fulfill his duties.

Drought dries up N.C. wells, forces people to buy water -- North Carolina's extreme drought is drying wells in western North Carolina, forcing some to buy water or gather it from creeks and community streams.

YouTube Video: Ron Paul TV Ad: #2 for New Hampshire -- Help introduce Dr. Paul to New Hampshire voters with this TV ad.

YouTube Video: Ron Paul's personal history -- This 2 minutes Video shows photos from Ron Paul's childhood up to present.

Land more tainted than first thought -- Contamination at an 11.91-acre parcel on Watertown's Arsenal Street is far worse than previously thought, according to a new study that examined a site once used by the US Army to burn depleted uranium.

Brits in record numbers go abroad for health care -- More than 70,000 Britons will have treatment abroad this year, the London Sunday Telegraph reported, a number that is forecast to rise to 200,000 by 2010. In the first survey of its kind in the UK, Britons said long waits for treatment by the NHS and fears of the growing hospital-infection crisis were the primary reasons they chose to seek medical care elsewhere.

Canadian beef likely cause of US e.coli cases: USDA -- A defunct Canadian meatpacker is "a likely source" of beef that caused an outbreak of food-borne illnesses in the United States and Canada, the U.S. meat safety agency said on Friday.

10 tribal sheiks kidnapped in Baghdad -- Gunmen in Baghdad snatched 10 Sunni and Shiite tribal sheiks from their cars Sunday as they were heading home to Diyala province after talks with the government on fighting al-Qaida, and at least one was later found shot to death.

Chuck Norris endorses Huckabee, donations surge follows -- Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, a GOP presidential candidate, is experiencing a surge in campaign cash just days after Chuck Norris wrote a column in WND endorsing him.

Family bets GPS will help beat teen's ticket -- Though traffic courts do not routinely accept GPS readouts as evidence of a vehicle's speed -- and many GPS receivers aren't capable of keeping records anyway -- some tech-savvy drivers around the world slowly are starting to use the technology to challenge moving violations, according to anecdotal accounts from defense lawyers and law enforcement officials.

Gov. Schwarzenegger vows to 'hunt down' arsonists -- At least two of the fires were started intentionally and two more have suspicious origins, he said during a news conference, issuing a warning for the arsonists.

Missile-defense test successful off Hawaii -- The military shot down a Scud-type missile in another successful test of a new technology meant to knock down ballistic missiles in their final minute of flight, the Missile Defense Agency said Saturday.

American Tears by Naomi Wolf -- Naomi Wolf is currently traveling across the country at the moment — Colorado to California — speaking to groups of Americans from all walks of life about the assault on liberty and the 10 steps now underway in America to a violently closed society. Naomi's book, End of America: Letter of Warning to a Young Patriot is available at The Power Hour!

Maine Public Schools Mislead Parents on Vaccine Requirements By: David Deschesne -- Public school nurses across Maine are either deliberately or unwittingly misleading parents about the requirements for their children to be vaccinated in order to attend public school.

Obscenely Decadent War Profiteer Hauled Off in Handcuffs -- FBI agents arrested bulletproof vest maker David H. Brooks in his Manhattan apartment at dawn on Thursday. Brooks emerged as the poster boy for shameless war profiteering in November of 2005 when he blew some $10 million in profits from military contracts on a celebrity-studded party for his daughter. Leaked details of the bash drew national attention.

Wounded Troops Overwhelming Healthcare System -- Six years into the "global war on terror," the Bush administration, Congress, and federal agencies are scrambling to address the health needs of battlefield veterans back from Iraq and Afghanistan.

STRESS MESS IN U.S. -- Forty-eight percent of Americans say they're more stressed now than they were five years ago, and the same percent report regularly lying awake at night because of stress, according to a new study by the American Psychological Association.

Trial to test effectiveness of antibiotic in fighting MS -- An old fashioned, inexpensive antibiotic, commonly used to clear up pimply faces and bacterial infections elsewhere in the body, is about to be put to the test in multiple sclerosis (MS) as a $4 million study seeks confirmation that minocycline pills can indeed help stop disease progression.

Thousands could face food, water shortages in flu outbreak -- Tens of thousands of Kansas Citians could face critical food and water shortages in a pandemic flu outbreak, a new report says.

Healing The Wounds Of War: Novel Phytochemical Agent Enhances, Improves Process Of Wound Healing -- Researchers at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU) have identified a novel phytochemical agent that enhances and improves the process of wound healing in normal and immune compromised people.

Treasury, Private Sector Release Initial Results of Flu Pandemic Exercise Nearly All Participants Find Critical Gaps in Plans -- The Treasury Department, the Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security, and the Securities Industry and Financial Management Association today released the preliminary results of the industry-wide pandemic flu exercise.  Read More...

House Passes Thought Crime Prevention Bill -- The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed HR 1955 titled the Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007. This bill is one of the most blatant attacks against the Constitution yet and actually defines thought crimes as homegrown terrorism. HR 1955

Man levitates outside the White House! TIME FOR PEACE! -- DUTCH magician Ramana has been doing his best to freak out American people by levitating in Times Square and in front of the White House.

Iraqi Food Rations Program Besieged by Breakdowns, Delays -- The system used to distribute food rations to Iraqis -- the successor to the U.N. oil-for-food program -- has thus far failed to adapt to the massive migration of Iraqis within the country and is restricted by security problems and the threat of violence.

READY FOR THE NEXT WAVE OF SEX ABUSE HYSTERIA? -- Middle school students in McMinnville, Ore. designated Fridays as Slap Butt Day. Those days “pretty much we would just go around slapping people’s butts,” recounted Megan Looney. But one day the local police got wind of the racy activities...Read More...

Bureaucracy hampered initial Calif. fire efforts -- As wildfires were charging across Southern California, nearly two dozen water-dropping helicopters and two massive cargo planes sat idly by, grounded by government rules and bureaucracy.

Judge Rules Social Worker Fear Tactics Unconstitutional -- A federal court in Arizona has ruled that an unsupported threat to place children in custody, made to coerce cooperation with a social services investigation, violates the constitutional guarantee of family privacy and integrity.

FDA: Heart drug may boost risk of death -- Bayer said it believes Trasylol remains a safe and effective treatment option, but that the company would work with the FDA and regulators in other countries to re-evaluate the drug's risks and benefits and determine where any label changes are needed. The announcement came a month after FDA advisers recommended Trasylol remain on the market despite its links to an increased risk of death and other serious side effects.

U.S. slaps new sanctions on Iran -- The United States slapped new sanctions on Iran and accused its Revolutionary Guard of spreading weapons of mass destruction on Thursday but Russian President Vladimir Putin said such moves only forced Tehran into a corner over its nuclear program.

China buys stake in S Africa bank -- China's biggest bank is to buy a 20% stake in South Africa's largest lender for $5.5bn. China is taking great interest in Africa, as it increasingly sees the continent as a source of raw materials and a place to invest.

Japan Food Safety Comes Under Scrutiny -- Japan has been hit by a slew of food safety and false labeling scandals that threaten to wreck its image as a country of culinary wonders, squeaky-clean factories and impeccable sanitation. In the most recent scandal, a venerable maker of traditional Japanese sweets was found to have recycled the red bean filling in its rice cakes, collecting old filling from leftover boxes and shipping them out as new.

More than 755,000 on US terrorist watch list -- The US terrorist watch list includes more than 755,000 names and continues to grow, the US Government Accountability Office said Wednesday. The list exploded from fewer than 20 entries before the September 11, 2001 attacks.

More Toy Recalls -- Fisher-Price recalls more toys with lead. Mattel Inc. recalled an additional 38,000 "Go Diego Go!" toys Thursday as part of a larger recall of 665,000 lead-contaminated children's products, the government said.

Terror watch list swells to more than 755,000 -- The government's terrorist watch list has swelled to more than 755,000 names, according to a new government report that has raised worries about the list's effectiveness.

Dollar Losing Reserve Status, Headed for Steep Decline -- Is the U.S. dollar, right now 65 percent of the world’s reserve currency, in danger from the Chinese yuan?

Man faces charges of threatening to kill Farmington chief -- A local veteran with ties to convicted tax evaders Ed and Elaine Brown of Plainsfield is being held on $20,000 cash bail on misdemeanor charges he threatened to kill the town police chief, the town administrator and other town employees.

US Food Riots Much Closer Than You Think -- In order for riots to break out the whole food supply doesn't have to be wiped out. It just has to be threatened sufficiently. When people realize their vulnerability and the fact that there is no short term solution to a severe enough drought in the Midwest they will have no clue as to what they should do. Read More...

WHY IS THE 911 "FRINGE" MOVEMENT SO MAINSTREAM? by Devvy Kidd -- Are we to believe that thousands of Americans who have read the 911 (Omission) Commission Report and family members who have been intimately involved in the farce called an "official investigation" are all Bush haters?

'War on Terror' may cost $2.4 trillion -- Congressional Budget Office expects the funds would keep 75,000 troops fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan for the next 10 years.

U.S. Requests Bunker-Buster Bombs -- Tucked inside the White House's $196 billion emergency funding request for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan is an item that has some people wondering whether the administration is preparing for military action against Iran. The item: $88 million to modify B-2 stealth bombers so they can carry a newly developed 30,000-pound bomb called the massive ordnance penetrator, or, in military-speak, the MOP.

US missing billion-dollar Iraq contract -- The State Department is unable to account for the $1.2 billion it gave to security firm DynCorp International to train Iraqi police, according to a government report on Tuesday.
Related Link: US Suspends Iraq Audit of DynCorp -- The State Department so badly managed a $1.2 billion contract for Iraqi police training that it can't tell what it got for the money spent, a new report says.

Lackland medical team headed for Calif. fires -- The Air Force is sending an aeromedical evacuation team from Wilford Hall Medical Center at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, to the southern California region affected by devastating wildfires, the 59th Medical Wing announced Wednesday.

Ron Paul to be on the Jay Leno Show on Oct 30, 2007! -- Ron Paul will be on the NBC The Tonight Show with Jay Leno Oct 30 at 11:30 PM ET.

Blackwater accused of tax evasion -- Blackwater USA, the security company that has come under intense scrutiny on Capitol Hill after a September 16 incident in which it allegedly opened fire on Iraqi civilians and killed 17, was accused on Monday by a senior Democratic lawmaker of evading tens of millions of dollars in federal taxes.

U.S. security official quits; Iraqi says shooting victims offered cash -- The State Department's chief of diplomatic security has resigned amid scrutiny of the use of private military contractors to guard the department's staff in Iraq, a spokesman said Wednesday.

Alissa Cohen's Raw Food Restaurant -- Grezzo will be opening in January 2008. Grezzo (meaning 'raw' in Italian) is Alissa's new Raw Food Restaurant in Boston's North End.

Anthrax Vaccine problems, plans scrutinized during Senate hearing -- Facing criticism for wasting hundreds of millions of dollars on anthrax vaccines, a top Health and Human Services official said Tuesday that the agency needs more money to prevent similar problems. A Government Accountability Office report released Tuesday detailed HHS missteps, including losing tens of millions of dollars on expiring vaccines and awarding a $877 million contract that the agency canceled after an unproven pharmaceutical company called VaxGen failed to meet what HHS acknowledges were unrealistic expectations for a new vaccine.

Senate Passes $30M Boost for Bioshield Office -- “Full funding of BARDA is essential to ensure that we are developing the anthrax vaccines and other life-saving countermeasures needed to fill the national stockpile and protect the American public in the event of a bioterror attack or other public health emergency,” Gregg said in a statement.

Zeitgeist: The Movie -- Nov. 10th at 9:15PM, a remastered version of 'ZEITGEIST' will premiere at the 4th Annual 'Artivists Film Festival' in Los Angeles. What does Christianity, 911 and The Federal Reserve ... all have in common? Click here to check it out on YouTube.

7.1 Earthquake rocks western Indonesia -- A powerful earthquake rocked western Indonesia before dawn Thursday, sending panicked residents fleeing from their homes and briefly triggering a tsunami warning.

GE hopes to cut mercury in "green" light bulbs -- The corkscrew-shaped devices are made by many companies and on average contain about 5 milligrams of mercury, a toxic metallic element, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.

Remember the 5th of November -- November 5th hopes to be the largest one day political donation event in history for Ron Paul. Our goal is to bring together 100,000 people to donate $100 each, creating a one day donation total of $10,000,000

Phenylpropanolamine (PPA) Information Page -- The FDA is taking steps to remove phenylpropanolamine (PPA) from all drug products and has requested that all drug companies discontinue marketing products containing PPA. In addition, FDA has issued a public health advisory concerning phenylpropanolamine. This drug is an ingredient that was used in many over-the-counter (OTC) and prescription cough and cold medications as a decongestant and in OTC weight loss products.

Fires wreak havoc on region's electricity supply -- One of county's two main energy transmission lines cut off. The California Independent System Operator Corp., also known as California ISO, has declared an energy transmission emergency for Southern California due to the fires that are currently ravaging the region.

California burning: National Guard mobilised as state goes up in flames -- The US military joined the fire-fighting effort, sending in helicopters loaded with fire retardant after President George Bush declared a national state of emergency. California has already mobilised its state National Guard and said seven counties between the Mexican border and Santa Barbara were disaster zones.

Is Your Family Ready For an Emergency? -- Every disaster reminds us that it's important to be prepared, and there's an emergency kit you should always have packed and ready to take off with.


Living In An Imperial World By Karen Kwiatkowski -- The republic is dead. Not sick, not dying, not failing, or in a gradual decline, not waiting to be resuscitated, but already stone cold dead. Read More....

Giuliani Defends, Employs Priest Accused of Molesting Teens -- Presidential candidate Rudolph Giuliani hired a Catholic priest to work in his consulting firm months after the priest was accused of sexually molesting two former students and an altar boy and told by the church to stop performing his priestly duties.

CIA interrogations yielded 9,000 reports -- The CIA's questioning of fewer than 100 terrorist suspect detainees has yielded about 9,000 reports, showing the success of the interrogation program, according to the head of the agency.

Panel urges cancer patient mental screening -- Doctors treating cancer patients should try harder to help them deal with the emotional toll the disease exacts, an expert panel said on Tuesday.

9/11 Hero William Rodriguez, Last Man Out of WTC #1, to Speak in Portland on November 6th -- Rodriguez will share his harrowing experience at a special presentation, Tuesday, November 6th at 7 pm, at Berbati's Pan, 231 SW Ankeny in Portland, Oregon. He will also explain his deep disappointment with the serious inadequacies of the 9/11 Commission Report.

Seven CIA Veterans Challenge 9/11 Commission Report -- Seven CIA veterans have severely criticized the official account of 9/11 and have called for a new investigation. “I think at simplest terms, there’s a cover-up. The 9/11 Report is a joke,” said Raymond McGovern, 27-year veteran of the CIA, who chaired National Intelligence Estimates during the seventies.

Tests reveal high chemical levels in kids' bodies -- Parents agreed to take part in a cutting-edge study to measure the industrial chemicals in their bodies. Fascination soon changed to fear, as tests revealed that their children - Rowan, then 18 months, and Mikaela, then 5 -- had chemical exposure levels up to seven times those of their parents.

H.R. 3835: Text of Legislation -- H.R. 3835: To restore the Constitution's checks and balances and protections against government abuses as...Sponsor: Rep. Ronald Paul [R-TX]. Read More...

Who Would The World Elect? -- Who would the world elect for President of the United States?

265,000 flee as massive wildfires char Southern California -- More than a dozen uncontained wildfires raged Monday across Southern California, threatening thousands of structures and forcing people to flee homes from San Diego to Malibu to Lake Arrowhead. Fire officials said more than 265,000 people have been evacuated and nearly 4,900 firefighters are battling the fast-moving blazes, which began over the weekend.

A BIG HOAX: MySpaceTV: A Bill Will Defend Against Flesh-Eating (Classified) -- Rep. John Haller (R-PA) introduces a bill that will allocate (classified) dollars over the next (classified) years to fight flesh-eating (classified).  This is a BIG HOAX...if you should see it anywhere else, please spread the word not to take it seriously...THANKS!!!

On The Lighter Side -- Check out the sign on this Septic Tank Truck.

U.S. cannot account for billion-dollar Iraq contract -- The State Department does not know specifically what it received for a billion-dollar contract with security firm DynCorp International to provide training services for Iraqi police, a U.S. watchdog agency said on Tuesday.

U.S. gives Mongolia $285M in aid -- President Bush on Monday approved $285 million for Mongolia, the latest country to receive U.S. aid in exchange for committing to democratic reforms.

Reports reveal dozens of accidents involving deadliest toxins at U.S. labs -- American laboratories handling the world’s deadliest germs and toxins have experienced more than 100 accidents and missing shipments since 2003 — including five in Kansas City. Read More...

Niewendorp's Cattle are TB free: OCTOBER 16, 2007 -- Greg Niewendorp's cattle were cleared from having Bovine TB. Of course, they are now tagged with RFID tags, against Niewendorp's desire.
Related Article: The Rebel Cow Farmer

California wildfires kill one, force evacuations -- Dry conditions combined with fierce winds fueled wildfires in at least a dozen areas around Los Angeles and San Diego, threatening homes, forcing evacuations and causing at least one death on Sunday. Residents in 10,000 homes around Ramona, California -- northeast of San Diego -- were told to leave their homes late Sunday as a wildfire that began east of them near Witch Creek Sunday had consumed 8,000 acres and was moving closer to their community. It was considered to be zero
percent contained.

UPDATED: New Leads in Mystery of 71 Dead Wild Horses on Test Range -- Federal authorities have new leads in their investigation into the deaths of 71 wild horses on the Tonopah Test Range. As the Channel 8 I-Team first reported, 71 horses died after drinking water laced with high levels of nitrates. (Older article but very interesting)
Related Article: Nitrates are probable cause of death for wild horses on test range

MP3 Audio of Ron Paul's 20 min. speech to the Family Research Council Summit Oct. 19, 2007 -- Ron Paul speech at the Family Research Council: Value Voters Summit held at the Hilton Washington in Washington D.C. on October 19-21, 2007.

Fox News 'Stacked the Deck' at Latest Debate? -- Was the anti-Ron Paul fix in? GOP Jeffersonian conservative presidential candidate Ron Paul signaled that he believed it probably was in a victorious, post-debate interview, pointing out that he was only allowed a certain percentage (relatively minor) of audience tickets.

Ron Paul Wins Another GOP Fox Debate - Hannity Denies It -- Fox News media star Sean Hannity once again contradicted a clear victory by presidential candidate Ron Paul of Fox’s own post-debate poll in the aftermath of Sunday night’s Fox-sponsored GOP presidential debate. The post-debate poll showed that Ron Paul won with 34 percent of the viewer vote.

NASA won't disclose air safety survey -- Anxious to avoid upsetting air travelers, NASA is withholding results from an unprecedented national survey of pilots that found safety problems like near collisions and runway interference occur far more frequently than the government previously recognized.

Scarce pandemic vaccine to be given in order -- "Once a pandemic starts, vaccine will come rolling off the line in lots, so there has to be a priority scheme on who would receive it first," says William Raub, science adviser to Health and Human Services Secretary Michael Leavitt.

Living Paycheck to Paycheck Gets Harder -- The calculus of living paycheck to paycheck in America is getting harder. What used to last four days might last half that long now. Pay the gas bill, but skip breakfast. Eat less for lunch so the kids can have a healthy dinner. Read More...

America vetoes G7's dollar alert -- The dollar's weakness, fuelled by fears about a potential recession in America, is making life extremely tough for European exporters. European ministers had hoped to register the G7's official concern about this at the meetings in Washington this weekend, but were vetoed by the US and other members of the G7.

North Korea nuclear disablement may start next week -- North Korea could start disabling its plants that make weapons-grade plutonium as early as next week as a part of a disarmament-for-aid deal the reclusive state struck with regional powers, a news report said on Monday.

Ruling Allows Radioactive Metal in Household Products -- A recent decision in a federal lawsuit will result in the continued recycling of thousands of tons of radioactive metal for use in household products. Because of a loophole in the Superfund cleanup law, a federal judge said she could not order the Department of Energy (DOE) to stop the practice by which nuclear materials are recycled and used in everyday consumer products.

FCC Prepares to Deal a Death Blow to Small, Independent Media -- The head of the Federal Communications Commission has circulated an ambitious plan to relax the decades-old media ownership rules, including repealing a rule that forbids a company to own both a newspaper and a television or radio station in the same city.

Parched Georgia declares drought emergency -- Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue on Saturday declared the northern region of Georgia in a state of emergency as its water resources dwindled to a dangerously low level. He also sent a letter to President Bush, asking him to declare North Georgia a major disaster area.

Most PTSD Treatments Not Proven Effective -- The majority of treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder that are used to treat hundreds of thousands of veterans lack rigorous scientific evidence that they are effective, according to a report issued yesterday Oct. 18, 2007 by a panel of the federal government's top scientists.

8 More Deaths Caused by Gardasil Bringing Total Number To 11 -- According to Judicial Watch, 3,461 complaints about Gardasil have been filed with FDA's Vaccine Adverse Event Report System since its approval last year, and 11 women died after exposure to the vaccine. That is an additional 8 deaths since the last report of 3. The complaints about Gardasil have more than doubled compared to the original 1,637 adverse events reported by Alliance for Human Research Protection.

Potentially fatal infection hits Sarasota -- In a few short weeks, a potentially deadly bacterial strain has touched three Sarasota County high schools, sending three students to the hospital for treatment.

MRSA: Bacteria that killed Virginia teen also found in other schools -- Students at a high school in Virginia prepared Thursday for the funeral of a popular classmate, the victim of a deadly drug-resistant strain of bacteria that has turned up in schools across the country recently. It's called MRSA, short for methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, and is responsible for more deaths in the United States each year than AIDS, according to new data.

Bomb-sniffing dogs focus on vehicle owned by Topoff 4 participant -- The Topoff dirty-bomb drill turned into a real-life bomb scare this afternoon after a trio of bomb-sniffing dogs alerted authorities to possible explosives on the first floor of the parking garage of the Doubletree Hotel Portland at 1000 NE Multnomah Street. Michael Chertoff, secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, was scheduled to be at the hotel for part of the Topoff counterterrorism exercise later in the day.

Claims of secret CIA jail for terror suspects on British island to be investigated -- Allegations that the CIA held al-Qaida suspects for interrogation at a secret prison on sovereign British territory are to be investigated by MPs

Veteran stress cases up sharply -- The number of Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans seeking treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder from the Department of Veterans Affairs jumped by nearly 20,000 — almost 70% — in the 12 months ending June 30, VA records show.

General McChrystal is Right, Al Qaeda is a Non-Factor -- Monday’s Washington Post story announcing that a key general believes Al Qaeda is crippled should be taken seriously.
Related Article: Al-Qaeda In Iraq Reported Crippled

Officers in on B-52 flight may be fired -- The Air Force is planning to fire at least five officers for an incident in which nuclear-armed missiles were mistakenly loaded on a B-52 bomber and flown across the U.S. — the worst known violation of nuclear security rules in decades.

Pentagon orders 2,400 more MRAP armored trucks -- The Pentagon said on Thursday it would order another 2,400 Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles, the armored trucks designed to protect troops in Iraq from roadside bombs. The new orders, with a price tag of $1.2 billion, will bring total MRAP orders to 8,800, the Defense Department said.

FDA seizes $71k in herbal tea products as campaign of censorship against nutritional supplements continues -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, continuing its campaign of censorship against truthfully-described herbal supplements, seized $71,000 worth of Charantea herbal supplements last week in a raid involving U.S. Marshals. The company, Fulllife Natural Options, was accused by the FDA of marketing an "unapproved drug" due to the truthful
marketing claims that accurately describe the blood sugar lowering effects of the product's main ingredient: Bitter Melon fruits.

San Francisco considers injection room -- City health officials took steps Thursday toward opening the nation's first legal safe-injection room, where addicts could shoot up heroin, cocaine and other drugs under the supervision of nurses. Hoping to reduce San Francisco's high rate of fatal drug overdoses, the public health department co-sponsored a symposium on the only such facility in North America, a four-year-old Vancouver site where an estimated 700
intravenous users a day self-administer narcotics under the supervision of nurses.

Burma tourist tells of chained children, pregnant women -- AN AMERICAN tourist has told of seeing children and pregnant women among the families of pro-democracy supporters, chained together and under heavy guard on a river ferry deep inside Burma.

Couple make burglar clean up at gunpoint -- "My husband Adrian caught the thief red-handed in our home," she said. "And what is even crazier, the man even had my husband's hat sitting right on his head." "We made this man clean up all the mess he made, piles of stuff, he had thrown out of my drawers and cabinets onto
the floor,".

Audio Clip Reveals Ed Brown Was Tortured -- Please read the article before listening to the audio tape. Please note that it cuts off and we are not sure what else was said.

Birth Control Allowed at Maine Middle School -- The Portland school board on Wednesday approved a measure allowing middle-school students to gain access to prescription birth control medications without notifying parents.

U.S. farmers can barely keep up with demand for organic produce -- The demand for organic food in the United States outstrips the supply, according to industry groups such as the Organic Trade Association (OTA) and Organic Farming Research Foundation. This means that imports of organic food are rising, but industry leaders want the U.S. government to take steps to help boost domestic production.

Morgellons: Skin Disease May Be Linked to GM Food -- Many people and most physicians have written off Morgellons disease as either a hoax or hypochondria. But now there is evidence that this mysterious disease may be REAL and related to GENETICALLY-MODIFIED food!

Adenovirus 21: Old virus causing new disease in United States -- A strain of virus best known for causing colds and "stomach flu" is becoming more common and more dangerous, U.S. researchers report. They said that adenovirus 21 was surprisingly common and was causing an unexpected level of severe disease and deaths.

Parents use religion to avoid vaccines -- Some parents say they are being forced to lie because of the way the vaccination laws are written in their states.

Pentagon to Alert 8 Guard Units for Duty -- The Pentagon is preparing to alert eight National Guard units that they should be ready to go to Iraq or Afghanistan beginning late next summer, The Associated Press learned Wednesday.

Long Island Expressway 911 Info Graffiti -- Graffiti on the Long Island Expressway.  The word is spreading!!

Cheney, Obama are 'cousins' -- how must Democrat candidate and outspoken critic of the Iraq war, Barack Obama, feel about being related to its chief architect, Vice-President Dick Cheney?

Oakland Restricts Smoking In Outdoor Areas -- Officials in Oakland have passed new rules putting restrictions on where smokers can light up. The Oakland City Council unanimously approved an ordinance Tuesday that makes it illegal to smoke in outdoor dining areas, ATM lines, parks and bus stops. Read More...

Pennsylvania inks 50-yr lease for Interstate 80 -- Pennsylvania's Transportation Department and the Turnpike Commission have signed a 50-year lease for Interstate 80 and asked the federal government to let them add tolls to the major thoroughfare, Gov. Edward Rendell said on Tuesday.

Ron Paul billboard in Indiana -- It is on the eastbound side of I-70 at the 40.5 mile marker. That is about 1/2 way between Terre Haute, Indiana and Indianapolis. Thanks to Cliff for sending!

CNBC learns not to 'mess with' Ron Paul, followers -- CNBC Washington correspondent John Harwood asked former Representative Joe Scarborough on Tuesday to tell him what Rep. Ron Paul is really like, because he's been amazed to discover lately that "if you mess with Ron Paul on television or online, you are going to feel the wrath of some serious followers."

The Ron Paul Breakthrough -- Ron Paul is breaking through. His call to return to the vision of the Founders, and the principles embodied in the Constitution, is piercing the wall of silence that surrounds the conduct of our disgraceful foreign policy.

Is Your House Killing You? -- Avoid the deadly hazards lurking in your home. Read some of the things that may be affecting your health. NOTE: HAZARiD kills Salmonella!

Marines have High Schools -- Chicago Public Schools, which already has the largest junior military reserve program in the nation, on Monday will commission the country's first public high school run by the U.S. Marines, much to the chagrin of activists who have fought to keep the armed services out of city schools.

Ear Infection Superbug Discovered To Be Resistant To All Pediatric Antibiotics -- Researchers have discovered a strain of bacteria resistant to all approved drugs used to fight ear infections in children, according to an article in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

Rare tropical fungus spreads to Washington state -- A rare tropical fungus that has infected more than 100 people since it appeared in British Columbia six years ago has crossed the border into Whatcom County, health officials say.

Staph fatalities may exceed AIDS deaths -- Deaths tied to these Staph infections may exceed those caused by AIDS, said one public health expert commenting on the new study. The report shows just how far one form of the staph germ has spread beyond its traditional hospital setting.

45 REPUBLICAN PEDOPHILES -- This is horrendous, but something we've known for a while. It's just nice to see a list like this to show to those that would deny it. Remember, this is only pedophiles. Larry Craig isn't even on this list nor are the countless cases of "anti-gay" closet-cases in the Republican Party.

Pa. Woman cited for cursing toliet -- A Scranton woman who allegedly shouted profanities at her overflowing toilet within earshot of a neighbor was cited for disorderly conduct, authorities said. Dawn Herb could face up to 90 days in jail and a fine of up to $300.

New face of vandalism? -- A 6-year-old Park Slope girl is facing a $300 fine from the city for doing what city kids have been doing for decades: drawing a pretty picture with common sidewalk chalk.

House passes measure to protect reporters -- The House of Representatives defied a White House veto threat on Tuesday and overwhelmingly passed legislation that would protect reporters from being jailed for refusing to reveal confidential sources.

The Curse of the Proud American by Alan Adaschik -- "I am a true American, patriotic to the core, who is cursed by being a minority among morons who have no idea what it means to be an American and through their ignorance now swear allegiance to tyranny." Read More...

Alone, Iraq's teenage migrants head for Sweden -- Alone and vulnerable, teenage boys such as Said Karim and Muddher Mahmod are among the 4 million people who have fled their homes in Iraq.

Hillary's Cell Phone Spying to be Probed -- Republicans plan to skewer presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton over her position on government surveillance, capitalizing on allegations in a recent book that Clinton listened to a secretly recorded conversation between political opponents.

Soviet-era dissident returns to Moscow -- Soviet-era dissident Vladimir Bukovsky, back in Moscow, said Tuesday his experience resisting the KGB in the 1960s and 1970s could help galvanize the liberal opposition to President Vladimir Putin.

Ed & Elaine Brown Contact Information -- On this link you will see the address of where to send letters AND how to go about visiting them while being detained.
Second judge asks out of Browns supporters' trial -- The federal district court is running out of judges to oversee the trials of four men accused of helping Plainfield tax protesters Ed and Elaine Brown escape capture. A second federal judge opted to bow out of the cases Friday, citing his close friendship with Judge Steven McAuliffe, who had already recused himself from two of the cases.

Blackwater Training US Police -- The mercenary firm Blackwater USA is well known for the controversy involving its "shoot first, ask no questions" policy in Iraq. It is also known that Louisiana's Department of Homeland Security contracted with Blackwater to provide public law enforcement services in New Orleans following hurricane Katrina. READ MORE....

YouTube - Ron Paul: A New Hope -- Congressman Ron Paul is the leading advocate for freedom in our nation's capital. As a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Dr. Paul tirelessly works for limited constitutional government, low taxes, free markets, and a return to sound monetary policies. Read More...

YouTube - New William Rodriguez support story -- Anthony Saltalamacia was with Rodriguez on the basement. First time after 6 years , they meet and his recollection taped. Part of the upcoming video by Mr. Rodriguez.

The Southeast is covered by an “exceptional” drought -- Oil thundered towards $88 a barrel on Tuesday, hitting a new record and extending a rally that has added eight dollars in a week on tight supplies, strong demand and tension in northern Iraq.
Related Article: Drought tightens grip on Southeast -- Little rain is in the forecast, and without it climatologists say the water source for more than 3 million people could run dry in just 90 days.

Putin visits Iran, sends warnings to US -- Russian leader Vladimir Putin met his Iranian counterpart Tuesday and implicitly warned the U.S. not to use a former Soviet republic to stage an attack on Iran. He also said nations shouldn't pursue oil pipeline projects in the area if they weren't backed by regional powers.

Did You Know: Your Veins Would Stretch 100,000 Miles -- An adult has 100,000 miles of blood vessels - enough to stretch around the equator four times.

Heart deaths, suicides up after weightloss surgery -- Among people who have undergone so-called bariatric surgery for obesity, death rates are higher than seen among other people of the same age, new research shows. In particular, deaths due to suicide and coronary heart disease are higher than might be expected normally.

Schwarzenegger signs handgun "microstamp" bill -- Requires new models of semiautomatic handguns sold in California to have internal parts that "microstamp" shell casings with codes that identify the guns when they are fired. Revolvers are exempt.

YouTube Video: Former IRS Agent Joe Banister and Ron Paul On CNBC -- Former IRS CID Agent Joseph R Banister and presidential candidate Ron Paul discuss the illegality of the income tax on a 2004 edition of CNBC's Special Report with Maria Bartiromo.

YouTube Video: Ron Paul Signs not allowed in Pinellas County Florida -- Pinellas County Employee removes signs from private property without a warning then threatens $1000/day fines if they are put back up.

Google News Alert for: "Ed Brown":
Agents blow up explosives from Browns' Plainfield property
* Tax evader Ed Brown delivered to Ohio prison

PREDICTION NOW A REALITY: Terms "MOMS & DADS" BANNED IN CAL. SCHOOLS -- The terms "mom and dad" are now completely banned in California's school system and teachers are being ordered to use euphemisms for those terms. In addition, "husband and wife" are also banned under this new law signed by Gov. Schwarzenegger. The newly signed law also mandates public schools to allow boys to use girls restrooms and locker rooms, and vice versa, if they choose to do so. Read even more...

Kucinich Calls For B-52 And New 911 Investigations -- Congressman Kucinich, in public comments to me in my job as a newspaper editor, revealed that he supports both an investigation of the nuclear armed B-52 that flew from Minot to Barksdale as well as a full new 911 investigation.

Terror exercise is all set to blast Portland this week -- As of 9 a.m. Tuesday, a lethal cloak of radiation will cover much of downtown Portland. It's all make-believe, of course. But this week the city will be ground zero for the largest counterterrorism exercise in U.S. history. Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff will be in town to personally oversee the exercise, with the help of Gov. Ted Kulongoski and Mayor Tom Potter. In all, more than 15,000 people from 275 organizations will be involved. Every emergency agency in the Portland area, along with 14 hospitals and David Douglas High School, will play parts in an event dubbed "Topoff 4."

Putin to go ahead with Iran trip despite "plot" -- President Vladimir Putin will go ahead with a historic visit to Tehran later on Monday, officials said, despite a report that Russian intelligence had uncovered a plot to assassinate him there.

Condoleezza Rice: Russia's Military Moves 'a Problem' -- Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told Russian leaders in Moscow this weekend that she's concerned over Russia's recent increase in arms sales to Iran, Syria, Venezuela and Burma.

Breakthrough test for Alzheimer's -- A SIMPLE diagnostic test for Alzheimer's disease has been developed that can predict the onset of symptoms up to six years ahead. Created by a Californian biotech company, the blood test is believed to be 90 per cent accurate.

Blackwater says lawsuit "politically motivated" -- Blackwater USA founder Erik Prince on Sunday dismissed as "politically motivated" a lawsuit filed against his security company by a wounded survivor and relatives of three Iraqis killed in Baghdad on September 16.

Tritium level high in water at S.C. plant -- State and federal authorities are investigating the discovery of radioactive tritium in groundwater at a Duke Energy nuclear power plant in York

A Wife's Battle - When Her Soldier Returned From Baghdad, Michelle Turner Picked Up the Burden of War -- The government's sweeping list of promises to make wounded Iraq war veterans whole, at least financially, has not reached this small house in the hills of
rural West Virginia, where one vehicle has already been repossessed and the answering machine screens for bill collectors.

Vaccine advice insults NASCAR fans -- Being around NASCAR fans requires no inoculation. That's the word Thursday from Republican officials after learning a Democrat-controlled congressional committee advised staffers to get vaccinated for hepatitis and other diseases before visiting NASCAR events in Concord and Talladega, Ala.

Blackwater faces war crimes inquiry after killings in Iraq -- The American firm Blackwater USA has been served notice that it faces investigations for war crimes after 17 unarmed Iraqi civilians were killed in a hail of bullets by its security guards in Baghdad.

LIFE-ONE CANCER THERAPY By Dr. James Howenstine, MD. -- Notice the mention of Curcumin and also the statement "Fungal and yeast infections can create tumor masses that can mimic cancer masses."

Penn State reports minor reactor leak -- Penn State University reported a minor leak of "slightly radioactive water" at its nuclear research reactor but YET they said Thursday that the leak poses no risk to workers, the community or the environment.

Lipsticks contain lead, consumer group says -- Lipsticks tested by a U.S. consumer rights group found that more than half contained lead and some popular brands including Cover Girl, L'Oreal and Christian Dior had more lead than others, the group said on Thursday.

There’s No "Washington" in D.C. by David Deschesne -- Congress Abolishes City’s Charter in 1871. U.S. capitol's property transferred to new corporation.

National Strategy for Homeland Security (Oct 2007) -- This 62 page .pdf file talks about pandemics and that people need to formulate a plan to take care of themselves.

Outbreak of Severe Pneumonia Traced to Adenovirus 14 -- A potentially deadly form of community-acquired pneumonia linked to adenovirus type 14 has emerged in the Pacific northwest, according to a report presented here.

An Open Letter to the Ron Paul Faithful -- Letter from Allen Wastler - Managing Editor, in regards to the CNBC Republican candidate debate Poll. A Must Read!!
Related Article: An Open Letter to Allen Wastler

Washington abuzz with talk of dragonfly spies -- "I heard someone say: 'Oh my god, look at those'," the university student recalled. "I look up and I'm like, 'What the hell is that?' They looked kind of like dragonflies or little helicopters. But those are not insects." Some suspect the insect-like drones are high-tech surveillance tools, perhaps for the Department of Homeland Security. Read More...

Tally from Michigan Republican debate as of 7:08 AM Oct. 12, 2007 -- Check out the results!!

PATRIOT STAMPS -- Click on E-Mail Stamps on the left hand side of the page. Then click Page 1 - then check out the 4th & 5th columns of stamps!

Police: Columbia University Won't Turn Over Video that could help identify who hung a noose on a black professor's office door -- Investigators began asking on Wednesday for tapes from cameras in the building, but have been rebuffed by administrators, said Paul Browne, the New York Police Department's top spokesman. He said police will have to get a court order to force the school to provide video they believe could crack the case.

States restrict truck traffic -- A move is on across the USA to unsnarl interstate highways where escalating truck traffic is adding to congestion and rattling drivers of passenger cars.
Congress and the Bush administration are weighing private industry proposals to move some truck cargo to ships along the Atlantic Coast, potentially freeing up lanes on interstates.

Police Find Weapons Cache at Teen's Home -- Authorities took a 14-year-old home-schooled student into custody, saying they found a cache of guns, knives and explosive devices in his bedroom for a possible Columbine-type attack at a high school. The teenager, who lives in a Philadelphia suburb, felt bullied and tried to recruit another boy for the possible attack at Plymouth Whitemarsh High School, authorities said Thursday.

Makers pull cold medicines sold for infants -- The makers of several leading over-the-counter cold medications are voluntarily withdrawing products sold for infants, the Consumer Healthcare Products Association said Thursday. The withdrawal does not affect medicines intended for children ages 2 and older.

U.S. Army lowers its recruiting standards -- The U.S. Army met its recruiting goals for the last year but enlisted thousands of new soldiers with criminal records and fewer who have earned high school diplomas, according to figures released Wednesday.

Army Offers Big Cash To Keep Key Officers -- The Army is offering cash bonuses of up to $35,000 to retain young officers serving in key specialties -- including military intelligence, infantry and aviation -- in an unprecedented bid to forestall a critical shortage of officer ranks that have been hit hard by frequent deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan.

Afghans cracking down on security firms -- Two private Afghan security companies were raided and shut down this week, and a dozen or so more contractors — including some protecting embassies — would be closed soon, police and Western officials told The
Associated Press on Thursday.

Turkey recalls ambassador over genocide resolution -- Turkey on Thursday recalled its ambassador to the United States and warned of repercussions in a growing dispute over congressional efforts to label the World War I era killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turkish forces "genocide."

Gold price rockets to 27-year high, platinum nears record -- The price of gold soared Thursday to the highest level since 1980 on the back of the weak US dollar, while platinum neared a record level on fresh supply woes, analysts said.

Effort to Curb Illegal Workers' Hiring Blocked -- A federal judge barred the Bush administration yesterday from launching a planned crackdown on U.S. companies that employ illegal immigrants, warning of its potentially "staggering" impact on law-abiding workers and companies.

Battery of vaccines recommended to Congressional aides for domestic "travel" -- Getting a hepatitis shot is standard procedure for travelers to parts of Africa and Asia, but some congressional aides were instructed to get immunized before going to Lowe's Motor Speedway in Concord and the racetrack in Talladega, Ala. -- The information on is a culmination of the important independent research regarding the food additive Monosodium Glutamate.

How Hospitals Systematically Harm People -- The minute you're admitted into the hospital, you confront a disturbing paradox: Most hospitals aren't particularly healthy places. As a patient,
you're likely to encounter toxic chemicals, eat lousy food, breathe unhealthy air and suffer stress triggered by an often-dismal and alienating environment. Even worse, you may find
yourself at the mercy of drug-resistant "super bugs" or overworked staff members who make mistakes - all in a place that's supposed to help you heal. It's enough to make you sick. And sometimes it does.

DANGER LURKING IN FLU SHOTS! -- Did you know that the flu shot could contain anything from aluminum, formaldehyde, dangerous microorganisms, thimerosal (mercury), ethylene glycol, and other toxic adjuvants? In addition to these substances, the flu vaccine is prepared from the fluids of chicken embryos...Read More...

Who owns Blackwater? -- Where does Blackwater get its personnel? Could Blackwater ever be used against American citizens? Their offense? Read More...

TxDOT knows where you went -- It hired a firm to film plates, send surveys. Alliance Transportation Group Inc., under a $781,588.53 contract with the state, mailed about 150,000 surveys to homes containing an explanation startling to some: "You are being asked to participate in these efforts because the license plate of a vehicle registered in (your) name was randomly recorded" during a highway trip.

ACLU Tries to Prevent Deportee Druggings -- The American Civil Liberties Union filed a motion to stop immigration authorities forcibly drugging deportees as they are put on commercial flights back to their home countries.

New Security Strategy Emphasizes Disaster Preparedness -- The White House yesterday updated the nation's homeland security strategy for the first time since shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, acknowledging the need to prepare for catastrophic natural disasters as well as the "persistent and evolving" threat of terrorism.

Lead found in more toys, backpacks in U.S. stores -- A Curious George doll bought at Toys "R" Us was found to be tainted with 10 times the legally-allowed lead level, and vinyl lunch boxes and backpacks also had high amounts of lead, the nonprofit group Center for Environmental Health said on Wednesday.

Bohemian Grove Human Sacrifice Ritual To Appear On Cartoon Network -- The Occult Rituals of the Global Elite Will Appear on the Cartoon Network this Sunday Night. Check your local listings.

RON PAUL IS TOP PRESIDENTIAL CONTENDER ON YOUTUBE -- Congressman Ron Paul’s YouTube channel reached over 30,000 subscribers on October 7. His is the leading “You Choose 08” presidential campaign channel, with nearly three times more supporters than
Democratic candidate and supposed internet campaign darling, Barack Obama, who places second with over 11,000 subscribers.

Chemo drug fails most breast cancer patients -- The widely used chemotherapy drug Taxol does not work for the most common form of breast cancer and helps far fewer patients than has been believed, surprising new research suggests.

Migraine pill helps curb drinking without detox -- A migraine pill Topamax seems to help alcoholics taper off their drinking without detox treatment, researchers report, offering a potential option for a hard-to-treat problem.

Doctor at center of stunting debate kills himself -- In 2004, Gunther and his colleague Dr. Douglas S. Diekema performed a hysterectomy, removed the breast tissue and started hormone treatment to permanently halt the growth of a 6-year-old disabled girl so her parents could continue to care for her at home. The doctors wrote about the procedure, which was performed at Children's Hospital, in the October 2006 issue of the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine.

Gore climate film's 'nine errors' -- A High Court judge who ruled on whether climate change film, An Inconvenient Truth, could be shown in schools said it contains "nine scientific errors".

Slow progress in protecting U.S. food supply -- For now, the FDA's computer systems for imports are so "old and outdated" that inspectors looking at a computer screen of incoming shipments "cannot even distinguish imports of road salt from table salt," former FDA official Hubbard told a congressional committee last month. Parts of the Import Strategic Plan are expected to be in the FDA's new plan, the agency says.

Deaths of cattle in Clark are under investigation -- The deaths of 12 beef cattle last weekend at a Clark County farm prompted Purdue University veterinary pathologists to launch an investigation yesterday.

The Secret Code on Veteran's DD214 -- Edwin H. Cosby III Vietnam Vet. explains the secret code on the 26,000,000 veteran's DD214 forms, and how it is used against the veterans.
* The documents marked as PLAINTIFF'S EXHIBITS:;article=113857;title=APFN
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Vote on the Michigan Republican debate -- Who do you think did the best or worst in the following six categories?
* Vote tally on the Michigan Republican debate as of 7:22 AM, Oct 9, 2007. (Captured just in case it disappears)!

VIDEO: All Ron Paul from the October 9th CNBC debate -- Clips from the October 9th CNBC-MSNBC debate.

Stop, thief! OnStar will brake stolen cars -- General Motors' OnStar division announced Tuesday that it is introducing a service that will put the brakes on car thieves. The feature, to be offered in 2009 model cars, will allow call-center operators in Detroit to remotely cut off engine power in OnStar-equipped vehicles that are reported stolen - helping police in hot pursuit of thieves to collar perps.

NEW UPDATE & ACTION ALERT: Greg Niewendorp Responds to Forced Testing and Tagging of His Cattle -- Read the statement by Greg Niewendorp on the forced testing and tagging, by the Michigan Department of Agriculture on Monday, October 8, of his carefully raised and managed herd of heritage cattle.
* Greg Niewendorp Served Warrant - Cattle Tested and Tagged -- This morning, agents of the Michigan Department of Agriculture (MDA) used a warrant to get on the property of cattle farmer Greg Niewendorp for the purpose of TB testing and ear-tagging his cattle with National Animal Identification System (NAIS) compliant Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) ear-tags against Niewendorp’s will.  Read More...
* Greg Niewendorp Being Served Warrant Monday Oct. 8, 2007 -- LOCAL PEOPLE ASSEMBLE at GREG NIEWENDORP’s on Monday, October 8, at 8:00 a.m.

Chip Implants Linked to Animal Tumors -- Remember...The FDA is overseen by the Department of Health and Human Services, which, at the time of VeriChip's approval, was headed by Tommy Thompson. Two weeks after the device's approval took effect on Jan. 10, 2005, Thompson left his Cabinet post, and within five months was a board member of VeriChip Corp. and Applied Digital Solutions. He was compensated in cash and stock options.

Australia: Drought Drives at Least 100 Farmers to Suicide -- Australia may be in its worst drought in 1000 years, surpassing those of the past hundred years.

House Vote to Target Contractor Fraud -- Congress is moving to crack down on fraud associated with wartime contracts, with the House on track to pass legislation on Tuesday that would make it easier to convict companies working abroad.

SMALL TOWN STANDS UP TO BLACKWATER -- "Blackwater has created a hornet’s nest in my own area. Just a few miles from where I live, is the town of Potrero, a rural entity with about 800 inhabitants." "Stop Blackwater" signs can be seen throughout the town. Read More...

Today, Oct. 10 ,2007 is Michael New Day -- On October 10, 1995, the 1/15 Battalion of the 3rd infantry Division of the U.S. Army came to attention at 0900 in Schweinfurt, Germany. All but one of the 550 soldiers were wearing a sky-blue baseball-style cap with a United Nations insignia on the front. One was wearing the olive-drab flat cap that is authorized to be worn with the Battle Dress Uniform. With this simple act of disobeying a direct order, Spc. 4 Michael New set the stage for a legal battle that has profound implications for the future of American soldiers into service of the United Nations without the constitutional permission of Congress.

Ex-Mexican prez: Yes, there will be an amero -- Vicente Fox confirms long-term plan worked out with President Bush. Former Mexican President Vicente Fox confirmed the existence of a government plan to create the amero as a new regional currency to replace the U.S. dollar, the Canadian dollar and the Mexican peso, in an interview
last night on CNN's "Larry King Live."
* Transcript of CNN LARRY KING LIVE - Interview with Vicente Fox

Health alert on some turkey, chicken pot pies -- Americans should refrain from eating some turkey and chicken pot pies because they may be linked to reported cases of salmonella, a food-borne illness, the U.S. Agriculture Department said on Tuesday.

Rep. Ron Paul: I advocate the same foreign policy the Founding Fathers would -- "Any response to this paper's Friday editorial on my foreign policy position must rest on two fundamental assertions: first, that the Founding Fathers were not isolationists; and second, that their political philosophy -- the wisdom of the Constitution, the Declaration, and our Revolution itself -- is not just a primitive cultural relic.

U.S. considered radiological weapon -- In one of the longest-held secrets of the Cold War, the U.S. Army explored the potential for using radioactive poisons to assassinate "important individuals" such as military or civilian leaders, according to newly declassified documents obtained by The Associated Press.

Navy veteran questions why six nuclear missiles were flown on combat aircraft to staging area for Middle East -- A retired lieutenant commander in the Navy Reserve who served with the Navy's Supervisor of Salvage questioned in a little-noticed editorial Sunday why six active nuclear armed cruise missiles were being transferred to an active bomber base that "just happens to be the staging area for Middle Eastern operations."

Watada court-martial stopped -- A federal judge in Tacoma has delayed the court-martial of 1st Lt. Ehren Watada, who refused to deploy to Iraq.

Democrats Seem Ready to Extend Wiretap Powers -- Two months after insisting that they would roll back broad eavesdropping powers won by the Bush administration, Democrats in Congress appear ready to make concessions that could extend some crucial powers given to the National Security Agency.

Iraq wants Blackwater to pay $136 million compensation -- The Iraqi government wants security firm Blackwater to pay $8 million in compensation to each of the families of 17 people killed in a shooting, a senior government source said on Tuesday.

Deadly mystery disease follows troops home -- Infections seen in military hospitals in Iraq spread to U.S.

U.S. Considered Radiological Weapon -- In one of the longest-held secrets of the Cold War, the U.S. Army explored the potential for using radioactive poisons to assassinate "important individuals" such as military or civilian leaders, according to newly declassified documents obtained by The Associated Press.

FBI Puts Antiwar Protesters on Criminal Database -- Canada Uses It To Ban Protesters From Entry. Read More...

Explosive device may have come from Iran -- The improvised explosive device that killed an Australian soldier and injured another in Afghanistan yesterday may have come into the country from Iran, Defence Minister Brendan Nelson says.

TREACHERY AND TRAGEDY by Devvy Kidd -- The Food and Drug Administration are nothing more than pimps for the big pharma houses and who are NEVER held accountable when these dangerous drugs are pulled. Remember when the FDA said VIOXX was safe? It's not, many died, thousands had strokes (my brother included); this "safe" drug was pulled and lawsuits burned up the Xerox machines.

Deaths From HPV Vaccine Now Rolling In Over 3500 Adverse Affects Reported -- "In just little over a year, the HPV vaccine has been associated with at least five deaths, not to mention thousands of reports of adverse effects, hundreds deemed serious, and many that required hospitalization.

Still No Sign of Missing Aviator Fossett -- More than a month after he left for a short flight, no one has found any trace of him, and authorities have suspended the search, although some private efforts financed by Fossett's friends and family continue.

Steppenwolf - Monster lyrics -- Check out the lyrics to the song Monster by Steppenwolf!
YouTube Video: Monster

                                 Potential Energy Corridor Information

Preliminary Draft Maps of Potential Energy Corridors -- Preliminary draft maps of potential energy corridors on federal lands in eleven Western States. 11 Western States (Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming).

Click here to see a list of all the counties of all the States involved Power Corridor - Just follow the links!

DOE Designates Southwest Area and Mid-Atlantic Area National Interest Electric Transmission Corridors -- West Virginia IS included! U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Assistant Secretary for Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability Kevin M. Kolevar today announced the Department’s designation of two National Interest Electric Transmission Corridors (National Corridors) — the Mid-Atlantic Area National Interest Electric Transmission Corridor, and the Southwest Area National Interest Electric Transmission Corridor. These corridors include areas in two of the Nation’s most populous regions with growing electricity congestion problems.

Feds approve controversial power corridor -- Federal officials Tuesday finalized designation of two controversial “National Interest Electric Transmission Corridors” (National Corridors) -- the Mid-Atlantic Area National Interest Electric Transmission Corridor, and the Southwest Area National Interest Electric Transmission Corridor.
This map shows all the directions of the power grid up down sideways and whatever!

Stop The Power Lines -- Well, it’s official. We are now in a NIETC for the next 12 years, unless we can, by some miracle, get the law declared unconstitutional. (See press release).

Region targeted for 'national electric corridor' California, Arizona, Nevada -- The nation’s top energy official on Thursday proposed naming a pair of “national interest electric transmission corridors,” including one covering San Diego, Riverside and five other Southern California counties, as well as parts of Arizona and Nevada.

Fears over power lines in national parks -- They fear the law could place hundreds of national and state parks and other protected sites in the Northeast and Southwest in or near the path of massive power lines. "They're not little modest poles that you wouldn't notice," said Joy Oakes, senior regional director at the National Parks Conservation Association.

Stop the NYRI (New York Regional Interconnect) Power - 30 feet taller than the Statue of Liberty -- The NYRI is a power line project proposed by a group of Canadian investors. The NYRI plans to build a 190 mile long power line through New York, destroying the environment, harming the local economy, and potentially causing health and safety risks.

Update: Greg Niewendorp Being Served Warrant Monday Oct. 8, 2007 -- LOCAL PEOPLE ASSEMBLE at GREG NIEWENDORP’s on Monday, October 8, at 8:00 a.m.

Anti-Iraq war marchers 'defiant' -- People opposed to the war in Iraq are planning to go ahead with a march on Parliament - despite a ruling that their planned demonstration is illegal.
* March to Parliament - Monday 8 October: All Troops Out Now - Our Right to Protest!

Ron Paul on Good Morning America - Also, Ron Paul Endorsed by David Letterman in 1988 -- Good Morning America is watched by over 5 Million households during it's initial broadcast, not to mention rebroadcasts and the viewers online.

Killed US Soldier Warned Family: Investigate If I Die -- A finance officer in Afghanistan said before her death, "I discovered some things I don’t like and I made some enemies because of it." Ciara Durkin warned her family before returning to Afghanistan, "If anything happens to me, you guys make sure it gets investigated."

Report says war on terror is fuelling al Qaeda -- Six years after the September 11 attacks in the United States, the "war on terror" is failing and instead fuelling an increase in support for extremist Islamist movements, a British think-tank said on Monday.

Chopper escorting Musharraf crashes -- One of three helicopters escorting President Gen. Pervez Musharraf crashed in Pakistan's portion of Kashmir on Monday, killing four people on board, but the president was unhurt, officials said.

Full Translation of Ahmadinejad's Speech -- This is a translation, by Nazila Fathi in The New York Times Tehran bureau, of the October 26 speech by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to an Islamic Student Associations conference on "The World Without Zionism." The conference was held in Tehran, at the Interior Ministry.

Action needed to stop radioactive contamination of Hawaii in DU war games -- We are asking for people all over the world who love Hawai'i to help us protect Hawai'i. Write to the U.S Army by October 30 at  Read More...

Dangerous Crossroads: US Sponsored War Games -- Vigilant Shield 2008 (15 to 20 October, 2007) is designed to deal with a "terrorist" or "natural disaster" scenario in the United States. The operation will be coordinated in a joint endeavor by the Pentagon and the Department of Homeland Security.

Cargill to recall MORE beef patties made at Wisconsin plant -- Cargill Inc. will recall 845,000 pounds of frozen ground beef patties made at a plant in Wisconsin because they may be contaminated with a potentially deadly form of E. coli bacteria, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Saturday. On Friday, the Sam's Club warehouse chain pulled the same product, "American Chef's Selection Angus Beef Patties," from its shelves nationwide after four Minnesota children who ate it got sick.

Google Earth provides bird’s eye view of Israeli reactor -- “A recent Google Earth update shows satellite pictures that make it possible to see clear, sharp pictures of military and civilian targets all across Israel.”

Iraq urges Blackwater prosecution -- Iraq's government has called for guards from the US security firm Blackwater to be prosecuted for the shooting of 17 civilians in Baghdad last month.

Democrats to Offer New Surveillance Rules -- House Democrats plan to introduce a bill this week that would let a secret court issue one-year "umbrella" warrants to allow the government to intercept e-mails and phone calls of foreign targets and would not require that surveillance of each person be approved individually.

Bush: All religions pray to 'same God' -- "Well, first of all, I believe in an Almighty God, and I believe that all the world, whether they be Muslim, Christian, or any other religion, prays to the same God. That's what I believe."

In the World's Rural Outposts, A Shortwave Channel to God -- As dusk fell deep in a forest of mango and palm trees, Jaime Jeremias Matsimbe sat on the rose-colored dirt and hand-cranked a shortwave radio, looking for the word of God. From the forests of Africa to the deserts of Mongolia and the Middle East, there have never been more religious radio networks and stations broadcasting more programming in more languages to more places. Read More...

Officials say drug caused Nigeria polio -- A polio outbreak in Nigeria was caused by the vaccine designed to stop it, international health officials say, leaving at least 69 children

Jimmy Carter gets in shouting match in Sudan -- Angry ex-president is prevented from visiting part of Darfur refugee camp.

Sheriff's Deputy Kills Six in Rampage -- Authorities said an off-duty sheriff's deputy opened fire at a party in this house in Crandon, Wis., killing six youths and wounding another Sunday. The town's mayor said a sniper shot and killed the gunman.

‘Kiddyprinting’ takes off in Scots schools -- ALMOST HALF of all local authorities in Scotland have schools using fingerprint or palm-print machines to record the identity of pupils.

Ed and Elaine Brown was taken into custody without trouble -- U.S. Marshals arrested tax protesters Ed and Elaine Brown at their Plainfield home yesterday, Oct. 4, 2007, ending the couple's eight-month standoff without bloodshed.
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IRS Suffers Staggering Defeat - MSM Buries Story -- 161 Federal Tax Charges, 0 Convictions Total National Media Blackout.

Ron Paul's first trip to Nashville will be Oct. 6, 2007 -- Dr. Paul will be spreading his message of freedom, peace, and prosperity in Nashville, TN on Saturday, October 6th.

Google Video: Pandemic - A possible look of the future! An interesting documentary that shows the effects of a possible future outbreak of Avain Flu and how it would spread across the world.

Sudden Death in 12 Kids on ADHD Drug Adderall -- Twelve sudden deaths in American kids taking Adderall have led Canada to suspend sales of the drug. Adderall is an amphetamine drug used to treat children and adults with ADHD -- attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. It's sold in the U.S. in an immediate-release form and, as Adderall XR, in an extended-release form.

Bra check upsets court visitor -- A Bonners Ferry woman says she was humiliated when security guards at the federal courthouse in Coeur d'Alene told her she'd have to remove her underwire bra to get inside.

Failed Bank Information -- Bank Closing Information for Miami Valley Bank, Lakeview, Ohio.

Kids' use of heartburn drugs surges -- The number of young children on prescription drugs for heartburn and other digestive problems jumped about 56 percent in recent years and researchers say obesity and overuse might be contributing to the surprising increase.

Opening of US Embassy in Iraq delayed -- The opening of a mammoth, $600 million U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, which had been planned for last month, has now been delayed well into next year, U.S. officials said Thursday.

Is your make-up killing you? -- Women absorb 5lb of chemicals from cosmetics every year - from cancer-causing compounds in face cream to arsenic in eyeshadow. We tested two beauty junkies to reveal the shocking toll on their bodies. Read More...
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* Consumer lobby group slams cosmetics safety in US
* Cosmetics With Banned and Unsafe Ingredients

Man Kills Self in Front of City Council -- A business owner shot and killed himself during a City Council meeting Thursday night after members voted against his request to rezone his property, witnesses said.

UN BLUE: Air Force 60th Anniversary flag raised at memorial -- Check out the color!!

UN BLUE: AFDW hosts Air Force 60th Anniversary Ball at Grand Hyatt -- Of course, the cake would be LIGHT (UN) BLUE!!!

SO OUT THERE Speak & Spell - New World Order Music Video -- Just for your entertainment!

Pharmacist Fined One Million by Tennessee Medical Board for Advising Juices and Natural Supplements -- Tennessee pharmacist has received a $1 million fine for treating customers at his health-food store with juices and dietary supplements. The Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners ruled in May that Larry Rawdon’s practice of treating ailments such as cancer with alternative therapies is harmful, The Nashville Tennessean reported.

Questions Raised Over Terror Exercise -- The nation is preparing for its biggest terrorism exercise ever next week when three fictional "dirty bombs" go off and cripple transportation arteries in two major U.S. cities and Guam, according to a document
obtained by The Associated Press. A dirty bomb will go off at a Cabras power plant in Guam; another dirty bomb will explode on the Steel Bridge in Portland, Ore., impacting major transportation systems, and a third dirty bomb will explode at the intersection
of busy routes 101 and 202 near Phoenix.

Iraqis to Pay China $100 Million for Weapons for Police -- Iraq has ordered $100 million worth of light military equipment from China for its police force, contending that the United States was unable to provide the materiel and is too slow to deliver arms shipments, Iraqi President Jalal Talabani said.

VIDEO: Militarizing US police -- As the US government becomes more aggressive overseas, it's also developing its military capacity to repress American citizens at home.

National Guard Troops Denied Benefits After Longest Deployment Of Iraq War -- Anderson's orders, and the orders of 1,161 other Minnesota guard members, were written for 729 days. Had they been written for 730 days, just one day more, the soldiers would receive those benefits to pay for school.

NRA Director Sen. Larry Craig's Ammunition Ban Amendment -- While National Rifle Association officials were busy denying that they'd been orchestrating a sellout in the U.S. Senate, Sen. Larry Craig (R-ID) -- an NRA Director -- had been working on an ammunition ban amendment. "Let's send a message that armor piercing ammunition is flat off limits," said Sen. Craig. Feb. 2004 article.

PHOTOS: Ron Paul Float -- Ron Paul Meet-up #256 float that debuted on the 4th of July. Thanks to Ed Boyd for all his hard work. The second picture is the Texas Color Guard with Dr. Paul in San Antonio. Thanks to Carol for sending the photos!

Chicken Dies After Drinking Chinese Bottled Water -- A member of a Chinese family living on the southern island province of Hainan began vomiting blood after drinking some bottled water, so the family decided to test the rest of the water on a chicken. Read More...

Shifting Targets -- The Administration’s plan for Iran by Seymour M. Hersh -- In a series of public statements in recent months, President Bush and members of his Administration have redefined the war in Iraq, to an increasing degree, as a strategic battle between the United States and Iran.  Read More...

Zebra Technologies Will Provide RFID-Enabled Printers to Support the U.S. Air Force's Cargo Movement Operation System's Logistics Management -- Zebra Technologies Corporation, a global leader in on-demand printing solutions for business improvement, announced that the company has begun shipments to the U.S. Air Force (USAF) to provide RFID printer/encoders for the USAF Cargo Movement Operation System (CMOS) operating at more than 214 locations world-wide.

YouTube: Ron Paul pushed on CNN by Charles Goyette -- Charles Goyette is getting the other show guests to join the Ron Paul Revolution!

Ron Paul - -- "Congress should dramatically reduce its overseas commitments, as well as spending in areas like corporate welfare, and devote one-half of the savings to debt reduction and the other half to transitioning to a market system of retirement security and health care.

New Yorker article points to advanced US preparations for war on Iran -- A lengthy article by veteran journalist Seymour Hersh published in the New Yorker on Sunday provides further confirmation of the Bush administration’s well-developed military
and political preparations for attacking Iran.

Myanmar junta releases 229 monks and nuns -- Myanmar's junta released 80 monks and 149 women believed to be nuns rounded up last week in a crackdown on the biggest anti-government protests in nearly 20 years, one of those freed and relatives said on Wednesday.

Dollar crunch puts gold centre stage -- The US dollar has fallen through parity against the Canadian dollar and plummeted to all-time lows against a basket of currencies. This is dangerous. None of the mature economic blocs seems able to take the strain, let alone step in to restore order.

Bluetongue disease: A killer in the countryside -- The deadly bluetongue virus has arrived in Britain – and threatens to be even more devastating than foot and mouth disease.

Uh-Oh: FDA Now Calls Stevia Unsafe -- The South American herb stevia, which is used as a natural sweetener, has been called an “unsafe food additive” by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Lab incidents with deadly germs -- American laboratories handling the world's deadliest germs and toxins have experienced more than 100 accidents and missing shipments since 2003, and the number is increasing steadily as more labs across the country are approved to do the work.

Not Again! More Diabetes Drug Dangers -- Two more studies published in the prominent medical journal JAMA have raised questions about the safety of both Avandia and Actos, two popular diabetes medications. Read More...

Army 'is running out of sergeants' -- Gordon Brown's special security adviser has warned that British forces in Afghanistan are so understrength that they cannot replace sergeants and officers killed or injured in action against the Taliban.

What's driving the stock market to new highs? -- With the housing market in a tailspin, some economists ratcheting up recession forecasts, and major banks reporting big losses, the stock market is on a roll, rising to record highs. How can that be?

Could you pass new citizenship test? -- How well do you know the United States? Take a quiz...!

Former presidents can't withhold records -- Presidents don't have indefinite veto power over which records are made public after they've left office, a federal judge ruled Monday. In a narrowly crafted ruling, U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly invalidated part of President Bush's 2001 executive order, which allowed former presidents and vice presidents to review executive records before they are released under the Freedom of Information Act.

Texas Super Corridor Rebellion spreads to Oklahoma -- State and Federal planning is already well underway to continue the Trans-Texas Corridor straight through Oklahoma on its way to Kansas City. The group Oklahomans for Sovereignty and Free Enterprise (OK-SAFE) has plans to stop it cold. Every American needs to support Texas and Oklahoma as they fight for all of us against this onslaught of globalist greed. They are truly in the "eye of the storm" on America's behalf. Read More...

Burmese monks 'to be sent away' -- Thousands of monks detained in Burma's main city of Rangoon will be sent to prisons in the far north of the country, sources have told the BBC.

UK NEWS: Phone calls and texts to be logged -- Information about all landline and mobile phone calls made in the UK must be logged and stored for a year under new laws.

NORTHCOM Plans 5 Day Martial Law Exercise Oct. 15 - 20th -- The United States Northern Command (USNORTHCOM) has just announced plans for an anti-terrorism exercise called Vigilant Shield 08. The exercise which is slated to run from October 15th to October 20th is described as a way to prepare, prevent and respond to any number of national crises. The exercise is simply a test case scenario for the implementation of martial law. Read More...

Operation "Urban Shield" - Bay Area Hosts Largest U.S. Training Ever -- Operation "Urban Shield" involves a series of staged terrorist attacks, at venues scattered across Alameda County. All weekend long, SWAT teams from various agencies are using a
building on the U.C. Berkeley campus to stage a real-life scenario. It's one of nearly two dozen targets in the Bay Area that could be a potential terrorist target.

Article from the New York Times re: Max Gerson and his successes against TB and migraine ("bilious headaches") -- Published on August 11, 1929 in the New York Times.
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'A Coup Has Occurred' -- Daniel Ellsberg, the former Defense Department analyst who leaked the secret Pentagon Papers history of the Vietnam War, offered insights into the looming war with Iran and the loss of liberty in the United States at an American University symposium on Sept. 20. Read More...

Federal Approval To Travel WITHIN The US Soon? -- Come with me into a nightmare world where American citizens will have to obtain permission from the government before they can travel by air in the U.S. Your government (meaning the Department of Homeland Security) is up to no good.

TRUE VOTE FRAUD CAUGHT ON VIDEO-A MUST SEE -- Which should bother you more, that half aren't even there, or what happens when they're not?

Anti-Crime Unit To Carry Submachine Guns On Central Fla. Streets -- Members of the Orange County anti-crime unit will carry automatic submachine guns to combat heavily armed criminals roaming Central Florida streets.

U.S. leads arms sales to developing countries -- The United States maintained its role as the leading supplier of weapons to the developing world in 2006, followed by Russia and Britain, according to a Congressional study. Pakistan, India and Saudi Arabia were the top buyers.

Media Blackout: 161 Federal Tax Charges, 0 Convictions -- Around noon on Monday, September 17th, a Las Vegas federal jury returned its verdict refusing to convict nine defendants of any of the 161 federal tax crimes they had been charged with. The charges included income tax evasion, willful failure to file and conspiracy to evade taxes. To this day, with exception of the single article by the Review Journal, no major media entity has published a news story regarding the outcome of this important federal criminal tax case.

Dengue Fever Surges in Latin America -- Dengue fever is spreading across Latin America and the Caribbean in one of the worst outbreaks in decades, causing agonizing joint pain for hundreds of thousands of people and killing nearly 200 so far this year.

Survey finds bank fees hitting record levels -- If you haven't been paying close attention to your monthly bank statements, now might be a good time to start. The average fees for a number of banking services have hit all-time highs, including certain ATM fees and bounced check charges, according to the latest annual report on checking accounts released last week by, the guru of consumer finance rates and trends.

Pfizer faces $8.5 bln suit over Nigeria drug trial -- Nigeria alleges Pfizer deceived patients and caused the death of 11 children in 1996 when it performed clinical trials for a new drug. With the northern state of Kano, it is suing the company for $8.5

Family mourns woman who died at airport -- A traveler who may have accidentally choked herself to death while handcuffed in an airport holding cell was a "wonderful" woman and mother, according to New York City's public advocate, who is her relative.

Iran To U.S.: No, You're The Terrorists -- Iran's parliament on Saturday approved a nonbinding resolution labeling the CIA and the U.S. Army "terrorist organizations," in apparent response to a Senate resolution seeking to give a similar designation to Iran's
Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.

Antarctic: The bugs that came in from the cold -- Locked in ice for millions of years, Antarctic bacteria are thawing – and they're alive. So will a prehistoric plague be swimming in a sea near you?



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