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Date Sent: 2007-07-03
Freedom's Phoenix Headline News for July 3, 2007
 
Bush Commutes Libby Prison Sentence -- McCain cuts staff amid poor fundraising

Lieberman calls for wider use of surveillance cameras -- New Drug Deletes Bad Memories -- U.S. probes raid after civilian death allegation -- Judge orders OSHA to release toxic info -- The Only Cure for Global Warming -- Recapturing the Spirit of Independence -- Alarmist global warming claims melt under scientific scrutiny -- Ignorant jury acquits cop who shot passenger 3 times for obeying his orders -- The Amateur Future of Space Travel -- Border fence accidentally built on Mexican soil -- Jury acquits FL. man for self-defense shooting -- Britain faces Iraqi-style car-bombings -- Lugar: Change in Iraq Policy can't wait -- TEN POINTS TO SOLVE IMMIGRATION CRISIS -- Riots in Tehran over Gas Prices -- Peace walkers stopped at Rocky Mountain National Park -- An Interview with Presidential Candidate Congressman Ron Paul
 

Bush Commutes Libby Prison Sentence: spares Libby from prison term. News Link  •  Corruption
Bush Commutes Libby Prison Sentence: spares Libby from prison term.
7-2-2007  President Bush commuted the sentence of former aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby Monday, sparing him from a 2 1/2-year prison term in the CIA leak case. Bush left intact a $250,000 fine and two years probation for Libby, according to a senior W  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Morpheus Titania
'Uncle Sam' Tickets Hundreds Of Speeding Drivers News Link  •  Law Enforcers or Peace Officers
'Uncle Sam' Tickets Hundreds Of Speeding Drivers
7-3-2007  •  AP 
Hundreds of Central Florida motorists were ticketed Monday by a costumed Uncle Sam officer in a weeklong operation targeting speeding holiday drivers.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Lieberman calls for wider use of surveillance cameras News Link  •  Police State
Lieberman calls for wider use of surveillance cameras
7-3-2007  •  The Hill 
Sen. Joe Lieberman (D-Conn.), the chairman of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, said he wants to “more widely” use surveillance cameras across the country.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Mitt Romney way ahead in TV, radio ad spending News Link  •  Eugenics
Mitt Romney way ahead in TV, radio ad spending
7-3-2007  •  Reuters 
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is taking an early lead in political ad spending, with his GOP presidential campaign running more TV ads than any other candidate. [by spending his own money]  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Putin tries anew to stop missile shield News Link  •  Foreign Policy
Putin tries anew to stop missile shield
7-3-2007  •  AP 
Russian President Vladimir Putin sought anew to bat down U.S. plans to build a missile defense shield in Eastern Europe, proposing that the system be expanded and largely Russian-based.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
McCain cuts staff amid poor fundraising News Link  •  Eugenics
McCain cuts staff amid poor fundraising
7-3-2007  •  AP 
Republican John McCain struggled to keep his deeply troubled campaign afloat Monday, laying off dozens of staffers after lackluster fundraising and excessive spending left him with just $2 million for his second presidential bid.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Arizona OKs illegal-worker restrictions News Link  •  Arizona's Top News
Arizona OKs illegal-worker restrictions
7-3-2007  •  AP 
Arizona's governor signed a bill Monday that prohibits people from hiring illegal immigrants and requires businesses to verify applicants' employment eligibility, saying Congress was apparently "incapable" of helping.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
New Drug Deletes Bad Memories News Link  •  Science, Medicine and Technology
New Drug Deletes Bad Memories
7-3-2007  •  LiveScience 
Researchers at Harvard and McGill University (in Montreal) are working on an amnesia drug that blocks or deletes bad memories. The technique seems to allow psychiatrists to disrupt the biochemical pathways that allow a memory to be recalled.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
U.S. probes raid after civilian death allegations News Link  •  WAR: About that War
U.S. probes raid after civilian death allegations
7-3-2007  •  Reuters 
The U.S. military said it was reviewing an air strike on insurgent targets in a southern Iraqi city after local officials reported it killed 10 civilians, including six children.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Judge orders OSHA to release toxic info News Link  •  Whistleblowers
Judge orders OSHA to release toxic info
7-3-2007  •  AP 
A federal judge has ordered the Labor Dept. to share the results of years of toxic substance sampling in American workplaces. The decision came in a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit by a former Labor Dept. official, who now is a whistleblower.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
The Only Cure for Global Warming<br>by Vin Suprynowicz News Link  •  Environment
The Only Cure for Global Warming
by Vin Suprynowicz

July 2, 2007  •  Las Vegas Review-Journal 
There are some who, lacking the ecstatic thrill of any other faith-based religion, wish to believe that the earth is in the early stages of an unprecedented climatic change which will see temperatures soar, the polar ice caps melt, rising sea levels  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Recapturing the Spirit of Independence<br>by U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, M.D. (R-TX)
Feature Article  •  Declaration of Independence
Recapturing the Spirit of Independence
by U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, M.D. (R-TX)

Powell Gammill
   On the anniversary of our declaring our own independence from the British, it is certainly appropriate that we reflect on the nature and spirit of independent nationhood. While our founding fathers were individual men in a historically unique situati
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Alarmist global warming claims melt under scientific scrutiny News Link  •  Environment
Alarmist global warming claims melt under scientific scrutiny
7-2-2007  •  Chicago Sun Times 
A cooperative and productive discussion of global warming must be open and honest regarding the science. Global warming threats ought to be studied and mitigated, and they should not be deliberately exaggerated as a means of building support for a de  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Ignorant jury acquits cop who shot passenger 3 times for obeying his orders News Link  •  Law Enforcers or Peace Officers
Ignorant jury acquits cop who shot passenger 3 times for obeying his orders
07-02-2007  •  theagitator 
Ivory Webb, the San Bernardino police officer who shot an Iraq war veteran three times at point blank range, has been acquitted on all charges. You may remember that Webb said after the shooting that he inadvertently told the victim to "get up!*  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Terry Bressi
The Amateur Future of Space Travel News Link  •  Space Travel and Exploration
The Amateur Future of Space Travel
07-02-2007  •  NY Times 
With NASA sponsoring seven design contests for everything from a new lunar lander to a new space glove, anybody with a home-brewed invention could enter...  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Terry Bressi
Border fence accidentaly built on Mexican soil News Link  •  Immigration
Border fence accidentaly built on Mexican soil
07-02-2007  •  AP 
The 2 1/2-kilometre barrier along the US-Mexico border was designed to keep cars from illegally to keep cars from illegally crosing into the US. There's just one problem: It was accidentally built on Mexican soil. Now embarrassed border offici  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jean Carbonneau
Jury acquits FL. man for self-defense shooting News Link  •  Gun Rights
Jury acquits FL. man for self-defense shooting
07/02/2007  •  Sun Sentinel 
A Florida man was set free by a jury a self defense shooting when Norman Borden was nearly killed in October 2006 by 3 men who burned his house down and euthanized his dogs.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Mike Renzulli
Britain faces Iraqi-style car-bombings News Link  •  TERRORISM
Britain faces Iraqi-style car-bombings
07-02-2007  •  Christian Science Monitor 
Britain's new prime minister Gordon Brown confronted an immediate test of his leadership this weekend after a succession of failed car bomb attacks underscored a change in tactics by terrorists who authorities say are linked to Al Qaeda.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jean Carbonneau
Lugar: Change in Iraq Policy can't wait News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Lugar: Change in Iraq Policy can't wait
07-02-2007  •  CBS News 
The President's "surge" strategy can not achieve it's goals of securing Iraq and giving the Iraqi government time to reach a consensus, Sen. Richard Lugar, R-Ind., said on Face the Nation. "The point of the surge was to give t  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jean Carbonneau
TEN POINTS TO SOLVE IMMIGRATION CRISIS Opinion  •  Immigration
CONNECTING THE DOTS
TEN POINTS TO SOLVE IMMIGRATION CRISIS
7-2-2007
Frosty Wooldridge
   How far can we go into this illegal immigration nightmare before being overrun, overwhelmed and our country inundated to the point of anarchy in the streets? These 10 points solve this national nightmare.
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Riots in Tehran over Gas Prices News Link  •  Iran
Riots in Tehran over Gas Prices
0000-00-00  In 1964, when Prime Minister Hassan-Ali Mansour raised the price of gas from $.04 to $.06, the population rioted. Now those riot leaders are in power and history is repeating.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Trouser Chili
Peace walkers stopped at Rocky Mountain National Park News Link  •  Bill of Rights
Peace walkers stopped at Rocky Mountain National Park
0000-00-00  Two young peace activists said they were stopped at an entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park on Sunday and ordered to remove peace placards on their chests before entering the park.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Trouser Chili
Independence Day Hypocrisy Feature Article  •  Declaration of Independence
Independence Day Hypocrisy
Stephen Lendman
   Independence Day shame and hypocrisy.
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An Interview with Presidential Candidate Congressman Ron Paul News Link  •  Eugenics
An Interview with Presidential Candidate Congressman Ron Paul
07-01-2007  •  http://innworldreport.net 
A video with a international reporter that hopefully will get everyone truly interested in what he is saying.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Ernest Hancock
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