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Date Sent: 2007-07-25
Freedom's Phoenix Headline News for Wednesday, July 25, 2007
 
Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich team up to end war -- US military to keep troops in Iraq until mid-2009

The Ron Paul Revolution goes to South Carolina (and Iowa) -- Ron Paul within 15% of Hillary -- "Frontrunners Under Pressure In Iowa Straw Poll" by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Without a plot, is Padilla guilty? -- Equipping B-2 Bomber with Massive Penetrator Weapon -- Bush's torture ban is full of loopholes -- Targeting Syria again -- DEA Informant Admits to Lying -- Oregon Implements Facial Recognition on Drivers Licenses -- The unfairness in the debates continues -- Wisconsin foreclosures up 23% -- California mortgage defaults hit 10-year high -- Congress warned not to reject S.Korea pact -- Calif. prison reforms would fail -- Pakistani Taliban leader refuses to be taken alive -- Impeach Now or Face the End of Constitutional Democracy -- Debunking Global Warming -- Help Me Locate The Black Regiment -- Speed limits removed, death rate plummet
 

The Ron Paul Revolution goes to South Carolina (and Iowa) Feature Article  •  Eugenics
The Ron Paul Revolution goes to South Carolina (and Iowa)
Ernest Hancock
   The Summer of LOVEolution spreads across the country - the inside story,... and video.
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Free speech violated, Illinois man says News Link  •  Eugenics
Free speech violated, Illinois man says
7-24-2007  •  Post Tribune 
Joel Ferguson felt he had a lot in common with outsider presidential candidate Ron Paul. After a Hammond parks worker and a police officer kicked him out of last week's Festival for passing out Paul campaign literature, Ferguson himself has a co  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Ron Paul gets a third of the vote matched up against Hillary or Obama with a lot of time left News Link  •  Eugenics
Ron Paul gets a third of the vote matched up against Hillary or Obama with a lot of time left
7-24-2007  •  Rasmussen Report 
The first national telephone survey by Rasmussen Reports of Republican Congressman Ron Paul's presidential candidacy shows him trailing New York Senator Hillary Clinton by fifteen points and Illinois Senator Barack Obama by twenty percent.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Frontrunners Under Pressure In Iowa Straw Poll News Link  •  Eugenics
Frontrunners Under Pressure In Iowa Straw Poll
7-24-2007  •  By Patrick J. Buchanan (VDare) 
Rudy dropped out first. Why? His front-runner image would have been shattered had he been routed at Ames. Rather than risk a beating, Rudy quit. By dropping out, he concedes that, today, he lacks the troops or organization to contest the caucuses  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Islamic charity's terror trial starts soon News Link  •  Criminal Justice System
Islamic charity's terror trial starts soon
7-24-2007  •  LA Times 
Nearly six years after it shut down the nation's largest Islamic charity for alleged ties to terrorism, the U.S. government begins the high-stakes prosecution this week of five top officials of the Holy Land Foundation, accused of funneling money  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Without a plot, is Padilla guilty? News Link  •  Criminal Justice System
Without a plot, is Padilla guilty?
7-24-2007  •  Christian Science Monitor 
The three are facing charges that they plotted to spread violent jihad through a murderous campaign around the world. But federal prosecutors say it is unnecessary to link the terror suspects to an actual plan of terror.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Equipping B-2 Bomber with Massive Penetrator Weapon News Link  •  Iran
Equipping B-2 Bomber with Massive Penetrator Weapon
7-24-2007  •  Norhtrop-Grumman 
The U.S. Air Force's B-2 stealth bomber would be able to attack and destroy an expanded set of hardened, deeply buried military targets using a new 30,000 pound-class penetrator weapon that Northrop Grumman has begun integrating on the aircraft.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Give It to the Soft Boy: As funny as war can be News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Give It to the Soft Boy: As funny as war can be
7-24-2007  •  Antiwar blog 
Over the years our Viewpoints section has featured some interesting essays by artists of various sorts, including Monty Python’s Terry Jones and chef-turned-author Anthony Bourdain. One piece I wish we had excerpted was this bit by English musician R  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Bush's torture ban is full of loopholes News Link  •  Central Intelligence Agency
Bush's torture ban is full of loopholes
7-24-2007  •  Salon 
Once upon a time, a U.S. official's condemnation of torture was a statement of moral principle. Today, it is an opportunity for obfuscation. We have learned that when President Bush says, "We don't torture," it's important to re  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Targeting Syria again News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Targeting Syria again
7-24-2007  •  by Jim Lobe (IHS) 
Just when it appears that Israel and Syria may be slowly inching their way towards peace talks with the help of Turkey and Qatar (although Israel’s new president, Shimon Peres, called for direct talks Friday), two hawks at the otherwise realist Counc  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Surprise - DEA Informant Admits to Lying News Link  •  Drug War
Surprise - DEA Informant Admits to Lying
07-24-2007  •  The Agitator 
Federal courts may have to revisit several drug cases in the Cleveland area after a paid government informant has admitted to lying under oath in several cases. One woman has already been released from a ten-year prison term, and charges against two  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Terry Bressi
Oregon Implements Facial Recognition on Drivers Licenses News Link  •  Police State
Oregon Implements Facial Recognition on Drivers Licenses
07-24-2007  •  The Newspaper 
(Will you let this happen in your state?) Oregon officials are creating a biometric database of every motorist in the state that will ease a future transition to automated tracking and identification of residents.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Terry Bressi
The unfairness in the debates continues News Link  •  Eugenics
The unfairness in the debates continues
7-24-2007  •  The Presidential Candidates 
The YouTube/CNN debate tonight continued the unfairness that has been prevalent throughout the debates thus far. The so called "frontrunners" get a much larger amount of time to speak than the "lesser" candidates such as Mike Grav  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
State foreclosures up 23 percent News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
State foreclosures up 23 percent
7-24-2007  •  Business J. of Milwaukee 
The foreclosure rate on Wisconsin homes remained high throughout the first half of 2007, driven by rising interest rates and the soft housing market, an industry monitor reported Tuesday. Wisconsin as a whole had 9,229 foreclosure filings in the  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
California mortgage defaults hit 10-year high News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
California mortgage defaults hit 10-year high
7-24-2007  •  Inman News 
Lenders sent California homeowners the highest number of mortgage default notices in more than a decade during the second quarter, the result of flat or falling prices, anemic sales and a market struggling with the excesses of the 2004-2005 home-buyi  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Congress warned not to reject S.Korea pact News Link  •  Foreign Policy
Congress warned not to reject S.Korea pact
7-24-2007  •  Reuters 
U.S. congressional rejection of a free trade agreement with South Korea would deliver a severe blow to U.S. standing in Asia, a top U.S. trade official said. "If we succumb to protectionism within our own borders and allow KORUS (Korea-U.S free  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
 Judges: Calif. prison reforms would fail News Link  •  Criminal Justice System
Judges: Calif. prison reforms would fail
7-24-2007  •  AP 
California's $7.8 billion prison reform plan will only make conditions worse behind bars, two federal judges said in ordering the creation of a judicial panel to recommend better ways to ease prison crowding.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Pakistani Taliban leader refuses to be taken alive News Link  •  TERRORISM
Pakistani Taliban leader refuses to be taken alive
7-24-2007  •  Reuters 
A Pakistani Taliban leader blew himself up to avoid arrest by government forces near the Afghan border, 3 years after his release from U.S. detention in Guantanamo Bay, officials said. Abdullah Mehsud, 31, spent over 2 years in Guantanamo.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Impeach Now or Face the End of Constitutional Democracy
News Link  •  Impeachment
Impeach Now or Face the End of Constitutional Democracy
7-24-2007  •  Counterpunch 
Unless Congress immediately impeaches Bush and Cheney, a year from now the US could be a dictatorial police state at war with Iran. Bush has put in place all the necessary measures for dictatorship in the form of "executive orders" that are  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Morpheus Titania
Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich team up to end war News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich team up to end war
7-24-2007  •  Raw Story 
Republican Ron Paul has co-sponsored a bill with another presidential contender, Democrat Dennis Kucinich, that would repeal President Bush's authority to use force in Iraq within the next six months. Besides Kucinich, 18 other Democrats have sig  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Award-winning Author Debunks Global Warming News Link  •  Environment
Award-winning Author Debunks Global Warming
07-24-2007  •  News Busters 
Life-long Democrat and award-winning Science Fiction author Orson Scott Card lashes out against the "false religion" of the "Church of Global Warming" and the "Hockey Stick Hoax" rebutting the common wisdom behind them.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Mike Renzulli
Jury acquits man of cocaine posession News Link  •  Criminal Justice System
Jury acquits man of cocaine posession
07-27-2007  •  The News-Gazette.com 
A Champaign County, Illinois jury has acquitted a man of charges that he possessed cocaine intending to sell it.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Mike Renzulli
OPEC Sends Oil Prices Tumbling News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
OPEC Sends Oil Prices Tumbling
07-24-2007  •  Forbes.com 
Crude oil dropped $1.33 to $73.56 per-barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange at the market's close Tuesday as the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries made it clear that it would be ready to pump more oil if needed.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Mike Renzulli
US military drafts plan to keep troops in Iraq until mid-2009 News Link  •  WAR: About that War
US military drafts plan to keep troops in Iraq until mid-2009
7-24-2007  •  AFP 
The US military command in Iraq has drafted a plan that envisages US troops staying in the country for another two years, US military officials confirmed. [Coincidentally, just after Bush leaves office.]  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Help Me Locate The Black Regiment 
Opinion  •  Philosophy: Political
Food For Thought
Help Me Locate The Black Regiment
07-24-2007
Chuck Baldwin
   Faithful readers of this column know of my burden for the pastors of America. Without informed, energized, and engaged pulpits, I see little hope for the maintenance of liberty and independence in this land.
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As artificially lowered speed limits are removed, death rate plummets on highways News Link  •  Domestic Policy
As artificially lowered speed limits are removed, death rate plummets on highways
7-23-2007  •  USA Today 
The nation saw the largest drop in traffic deaths in more than a decade, which led to the lowest highway fatality rate ever recorded, Transportation Secretary Mary Peters said. [But of course government wishes to take credit for killing fewer people.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
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