Freedoms Phoenix - News and Politics - Newsletter Archives 
Freedom's Phoenix – "Uncovering the Secrets and Exposing the Lies"

REAL TIME SPOT PRICES

Bitcoin Average: $8222.88 Gold: $1290.46 Change: $(1.00) Silver: $17.11 Change: $(0.01)
 

Freedom's Phoenix
Newspaper

 
 
Contribute Bitcoin to
Freedom's Phoenix



Contribute Funding by
PayPal or Credit Card

 
Sign-up for FREE
Daily Newsletter
Log-In

See Complete Menu

Special Editions
Translate Page
RSS Feeds
 


Declare Your
Independence

with Ernest Hancock

 
Log-In
Front Page
Page Two
 
 

Freedom's Phoenix
Online Magazine

 
Freedom Forum
Letters to the Editor
Report The News
 

Anarchives:

 

 

Search by Keyword

    Contents by Subject
    Radio/TV Shows
    Feature Articles
    Opinion Columns
    News Stories
    Newsletters List
    Reference Links
 
 

GoldMoney
 
Quantum Vibe
 
OpenBazaar Hosting by Agorist Hosting
 
Purse.IO Save on All Amazon Purchases

ARCHIVED  NEWSLETTER

Sign up to receive the Freedom's Phoenix Headlines by Email.

HELP FUND FREEDOM'S PHOENIX!
Make a one-time or periodic contribution.
Use your credit card or PayPal account.

Join us on our
Social Networks

Share this page with your friends
on your favorite social network:

   
Date Sent: 2007-10-13
Freedom's Phoenix Headline News for Saturday, October 13, 2007
 
Ex-US General: Iraq a 'nightmare' -- Gates plays down report Marines want Iraq exit now

Blackwater Guards Fired at Fleeing Cars, US Soldiers Say -- Police hid woman's death from husband -- ACLU seeks to prevent forcible drugging of deportees -- Qwest targeted by US for not allowing spying -- Bush balks at wiretap limits -- U.S. Army lowers its recruiting standards -- US-Russia missile defense talks fail -- Turkish ire may affect Iraq war -- 'Jena 6' teen Bell back in jail -- Dutch Ban Hallucinogenic Mushroom Sales -- Mother charged after son admits planning attack -- New surveillance system tracks faces on CCTV -- MISH: Only One Choice - Raise Taxes -- Beazer Homes Reports 68% Cancellation Rate -- President Arrested at White House -- 51% support stricter gun laws -- CIA investigates Inspector General -- Putin says missile plan risks relations -- Enrollment in Medicare takes a rare dip
 

Blackwater Guards Fired at Fleeing Cars, US Soldiers Say News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Blackwater Guards Fired at Fleeing Cars, US Soldiers Say
10-12-2007  •  Washington Post 
Blackwater USA guards shot at Iraqi civilians as they tried to drive away from a Baghdad square on Sept. 16, according to a report compiled by the first U.S. soldiers to arrive at the scene, where they found no evidence that Iraqis had fired weapons.  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Powell Gammill
Ron Paul on The NewsHour w/ Jim Lehrer 10-12-07 News Link  •  Eugenics
Ron Paul on The NewsHour w/ Jim Lehrer 10-12-07
10-12-2007  •  Youtube 
Note: multipart video  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Powell Gammill
 Ex-general: Iraq a 'nightmare' for US News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Ex-general: Iraq a 'nightmare' for US
10-12-2007  •  AP 
The U.S. mission in Iraq is a "nightmare with no end in sight" because of political misjudgments after the fall of Saddam Hussein that continue today, a former chief of U.S.-led forces said. Retired Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, who commanded c  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Powell Gammill
Ad: GOP Presidential Candidates Just Don't Get It on Iraq News Link  •  Eugenics
Ad: GOP Presidential Candidates Just Don't Get It on Iraq
10-12-2007  •  Youtube 
Now this is an ad!  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Powell Gammill
Paul Envisions Smaller Government, Less Global Intervention News Link  •  Eugenics
Paul Envisions Smaller Government, Less Global Intervention
10-12-2007  •  News Hour with Jim Learer 
JUDY WOODRUFF: You are somewhat of a sensation among young people in this country. They are -- you've broken all records for Web searches. You're on MySpace, Facebook, YouTube, I guess more than just about any other candidate. With all due re  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Powell Gammill
911 tapes show airport police hid woman's death from husband News Link  •  Arizona's Top News
911 tapes show airport police hid woman's death from husband
10-12-2007  •  Raw Story 
911 tapes from the night Carol Gotbaum died in custody at the Phoenix airport show her husband was frantically trying to warn airport workers his wife was deeply depressed, but neither the airport dispatcher nor the police told him his wife had died  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Powell Gammill
ACLU seeks to prevent forcible drugging of deportees News Link  •  Bush Administration
ACLU seeks to prevent forcible drugging of deportees
10-12-2007  •  AP 
A motion has been filed urging a judge to stop the forced sedation of deportees at an immigration detention center. Indonesian immigrant Raymond Soeoth says he was awaiting deportation when officers injected him with anti-psychotic drugs.  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Powell Gammill
Qwest targeted by US for not allowing spying News Link  •  Bush Administration
Qwest targeted by US for not allowing spying
10-12-2007  •  Rocky Mountain News 
The National Security Agency and other government agencies retaliated against Qwest because the Denver telco refused to go along with a phone spying program, documents released Wednesday suggest.  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Powell Gammill
Bush balks at wiretap limits News Link  •  Police State
Bush balks at wiretap limits
10-12-2007  •  Washington Times 
President Bush said he will not sign a new eavesdropping measure that would restrict surveillance in foreign countries and would deny immunity to US telecommunications companies that helped the government conduct warrantless wiretapping after the Sep  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Powell Gammill
U.S. Army lowers its recruiting standards News Link  •  Military
U.S. Army lowers its recruiting standards
10-12-2007  •  Chicago Tribune 
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. The spike of new enlistees given "character" waivers for fiscal 2007 conti  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Powell Gammill
 Gates plays down report Marines want Iraq exit News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Gates plays down report Marines want Iraq exit
10-12-2007  •  Reuters 
U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates played down a newspaper report that the U.S. Marine Corps was pressing to remove its forces from Iraq and switch to a leading role in Afghanistan. "I have heard that they were beginning to think about that and  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Powell Gammill
 US-Russia missile defense talks fail News Link  •  Military
US-Russia missile defense talks fail
10-12-2007  •  AP 
After a series of tense meetings that began with a blunt rebuff from Russian President Vladimir Putin, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Defense Secretary Robert Gates appeared to have been unable to turn around Moscow's opposition to missi  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Powell Gammill
Turkish ire may affect Iraq war News Link  •  World News
Turkish ire may affect Iraq war
10-12-2007  •  Christian Science Monitor 
2 obsessions in Turkey may appear unrelated " a recent surge in Kurdish militant attacks and the mass killing of Armenians a century ago " are swiftly combining as a strategic tipping point in US-Turkey relations that could affect American forces in  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Powell Gammill
'Jena 6' teen Bell back in jail News Link  •  Racism
'Jena 6' teen Bell back in jail
10-12-2007  •  USA Today 
Mychal Bell, 17, had gone to juvenile court in Jena on Thursday expecting another routine hearing. Judge Mauffrey ruled that Bell's arrest in connection with the school beating violated the terms of probation for the earlier convictions. Bell  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Powell Gammill
Dutch Ban Hallucinogenic Mushroom Sales News Link  •  Drug War
Dutch Ban Hallucinogenic Mushroom Sales
10-12-2007  •  AP 
The Netherlands will ban the sale of hallucinogenic mushrooms, the government announced Friday, rolling back one element of the country's permissive drug policy after a teenager on a school visit jumped to her death after taking the fungus.  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Powell Gammill
Mother charged, son to get psychiatric evaluation, allegedly admits planned attack News Link  •  Conspiracies
Mother charged, son to get psychiatric evaluation, allegedly admits planned attack
10-12-2007  •  Philly 
Authorities have charged the mother of a boy who had rifle and told police that he was planning a Columbine-type attack on Plymouth Whitemarsh High School.  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Geoffrey Hayes
Fury at Puerto Rico pet killings News Link  •  Corruption
Fury at Puerto Rico pet killings
10-12-2007  •  BBC News 
Dozens of cats and dogs living in housing schemes in Puerto Rico were reportedly thrown by animal control workers off a bridge.  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Geoffrey Hayes
Mom: Wrong limbs sent with soldier's body News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Mom: Wrong limbs sent with soldier's body
10-12-2007  •  UPI 
SUNDERLAND, England, Oct. 12 (UPI) -- A British woman says the body of her soldier son was returned from Iraq with a leg and arm that were not his.  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Geoffrey Hayes
Knights Templar win heresy reprieve after 700 years News Link  •  History
Knights Templar win heresy reprieve after 700 years
10-12-2007  •  Reuters 
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - The Knights Templar, the medieval Christian military order accused of heresy and sexual misconduct, will soon be partly rehabilitated when the Vatican publishes trial documents it had closely guarded for 700 years.   Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Geoffrey Hayes
Skies to be swept for signs of alien life News Link  •  Space Travel and Exploration
Skies to be swept for signs of alien life
10-12-2007  •  BBC News 
The switch has been thrown on a telescope specifically designed to seek out alien life.  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by:
New surveillance system tracks faces on CCTV News Link  •  Police State
New surveillance system tracks faces on CCTV
10-12-2007  •  THe Guardian 
BAE Systems claims it is able to automatically follow a target even if they change their appearance by changing their clothes or hiding beneath a hat.  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by:
Deputy US Secretary of the Treasury - an interview you won't read in the U.S. News Link  •  Economy - International
Deputy US Secretary of the Treasury - an interview you won't read in the U.S.
10-12-2007  •  Der Spiegel 
Robert Kimmitt spoke to Spiegel Online about trade with China, Europe, and why the United States wants tougher sanctions against Iran.  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by:
Only One Choice - Raise Taxes News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Only One Choice - Raise Taxes
10-12-2007  •  MISH: Global Economic Analysis 
Chicago Mayor Daley says there is only 1 choice: raise taxes. And a staggering number of tax hikes and fees have been proposed. In Michigan, applause broke out when taxes were raised. In California, Schwarzenegger postpones the problem by issuing bon  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Mike Shedlock
Beazer Homes Reports 68% Cancellation Rate News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Beazer Homes Reports 68% Cancellation Rate
10-12-2007  •  Calculated Risk 
Beazer Homes reported that 68% of its prospective home buyers canceled their orders in the company's fiscal fourth quarter, which ended Sept. 30.  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by:
United Church of Christ President Arrested at
White House News Link  •  Police State
United Church of Christ President Arrested at White House
10-12-2007  •  Religion & Spirituality 
The Rev. John H. Thomas, president of the United Church of Christ, was arrested Wednesday outside the White House while attempting to deliver a pastoral letter  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Geoffrey Hayes
Lipsticks contain lead, consumer group says News Link  •  Health and Physical Fitness
Lipsticks contain lead, consumer group says
10-12-2007  •  Reuters 
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. [explains a lot;-)]  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Powell Gammill
Poll: 51 percent support stricter gun laws News Link  •  Gun Rights
Poll: 51 percent support stricter gun laws
10-12-2007  •  UPI 
WASHINGTON, Oct. 11 (UPI) -- A new Gallup poll says the gap is closing between people in the United States who support stricter gun laws and those opposed to new law  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Geoffrey Hayes
STUDENTS FOR CONCEALED CARRY ON CAMPUS News Link  •  Gun Rights
STUDENTS FOR CONCEALED CARRY ON CAMPUS
10-12-2007  •  Concealed Campus 
During the week of October 22-26, 2007, college students throughout America, organized under the banner of Students for Concealed Carry on Campus, will attend classes wearing empty holsters, in protest of state laws and campus policies that stack the  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Geoffrey Hayes
California Speaker Under Fire for Sharing Penthouse With Fundraiser News Link  •  Corruption
California Speaker Under Fire for Sharing Penthouse With Fundraiser
10-12-2007  •  AP 
LOS ANGELES " California's second-most powerful politician, whose lavish campaign spending is already under scrutiny, shares a luxury downtown penthouse with a prominent Democratic Party fundraiser, The Associated Press has learned.   Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Geoffrey Hayes
CIA investigates internal watchdog - report News Link  •  Central Intelligence Agency
CIA investigates internal watchdog - report
10-12-2007  •  IOL 
The CIA is investigating the work of the spy agency's own internal inspector general, whose aggressive inquiries into torture allegations have ruffed agency staff, the New York Times reported Friday. Michael Hayden, the director of the CIA, orde  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Jean Carbonneau
World's oldest wall painting unearthed in Syria News Link  •  Anthropology
World's oldest wall painting unearthed in Syria
10-12-2007  •  Reuters 
French archaeologists have discovered an 11,000-year-old wall painting underground in northern Syria which they believe is the oldest in the world. "We found another painting next to it, but that won't be excavated until next year. It is slo  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Powell Gammill
Putin says missile plan risks relations News Link  •  Military
Putin says missile plan risks relations
10-12-2007  •  AP 
In a tense start to talks on a range of thorny issues, President Vladmir Putin on Friday warned US officials to back off a plan to install missile defenses in eastern Europe or risking harming relations with Moscow. Addressing Sec of State  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Jean Carbonneau
Enrollment in Medicare takes a rare dip News Link  •  Welfare: Social
Enrollment in Medicare takes a rare dip
10-12-2007  •  AP 
For the first time in a decade, enrollment in the nations's health insurance program for the poor fell during the fiscal year ending June 30, says a new survey of of state Medicaid doctors. In turn, that drop led to the second smallest increase  Read Full Story
Make a Comment   •   Email this News Link   •   Send Letter to Editor
Reported by: Jean Carbonneau
Tags: freedoms, phoenix, archives, politics, libertarian, alternative, government, freedom
      Attorney For Freedom  
 
  Magazine / Newspaper
   Magazine Subscription Info
   Online Magazine List
   Newspaper Subscription Info
   Newspaper Issue List
 
RSS Feeds
   Articles RSS Feed
   Opinions RSS Feed
   Media RSS Feed
   Newsletter RSS Feed
   Smartphone Feed
   Podcast Feed
Radio / TV
   Declare Your Independence
      with Ernest Hancock

Anarchives
   Search by Keyword
   Contents Listed by Subject
   Radio / TV Show Archives
   Newsletter Archives
   News Links
   Feature Articles
   Opinion Columns
   Reference Links

 
Letters to the Editor
   List of Letters
   Write a Letter

 
Join Us
   Subscribe to Magazine
   Membership Sign-Up
   Be a Writer
   Be a Reporter
   Link to Us

 
Marketplace
   Buy Stuff – Sell Stuff

   Store on CafePress.com
More News
   Page Two
   Current News
 
Discussions
   Freedom Forum
 
Advertise
   Intro to Advertising with Us
   Magazine Advertising Rates
   Radio Advertising Rates
   Website Advertising Rates
 
Funding Center
   Support or Promote a Project
About Freedom's Phoenix
   About Us
   Contact Us
   Terms of Use
   Privacy Policy
   Writers List

 
Tutorials – Using This Site
   List of Tutorials
 
Media Resources
   News References
   Blog References
   Government References
 
  FreedomsPhoenix.com
The domain and name of this website are servicemarks of Ernest Hancock.
Website is Copyright © 2017 by Ernest Hancock.  All rights reserved worldwide.
4886 W Port Au Prince Ln, Glendale, AZ 85306 USA.
Website Designed by
USA Web
Advertising

Phoenix, Arizona
 
Time to display page: 0.268 Seconds -- Dynamic Page

Page Views:

free web stats

Stats by StatCounter