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Date Sent: 2008-04-24
Freedom's Phoenix Headline News for Thursday, April 24, 2008
 
Could we begin a wave of bank failures? -- Era of cheap food ends as prices surge

Suspicions grow that drugs were used in detainee interrogation -- Former Ron Paul Revolutionaries Backing McCain -- Robotic vigilante -- Will the CIA Kill or Oust Ecuador’s President? - by Jacob G. Hornberger -- McCain gets tax-free disability pension -- NORTH AMERICAN UNION Secrecy Reported by CNN -- Argentina Decriminalizes Drug Consumption -- Christine Smith's speech at the Heartland -- Air Force incinerated radioactive waste -- Gating public roads for millionaires exclusive access -- CIA has 7,000 documents relating to rendition, detention, torture programs, filing shows -- The Federal Reserve - 5th Grade Education -- Supreme Court says police may search even if arrest invalid -- U.S. Prison Population Dwarfs That of Other Nations -- Americans hoard food as industry seeks regs -- U.S. to Insist That Travel Industry Get Fingerprints -- Ron Paul gets 16% in Pennsylvania -- Petraeus picked to lead Mideast command -- Food Shortages Or Globalist Depopulation Agenda?
 

Texas Local Gov't Forcefully Overthrows Paul Delegates! News Link  •  Eugenics
Texas Local Gov't Forcefully Overthrows Paul Delegates!
04-23-2008  •  Youtube 
Ron Pauls elected delegates have been unlawfully, illegally, and for all intents and purposes VIOLENTLY overthrown in a blatant declaration of war against Ron Paul supporters and converts!  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Trouser Chili
DHS Using Terrorism As Pretext To Harass Washington State Islanders News Link  •  Homeland Security
DHS Using Terrorism As Pretext To Harass Washington State Islanders
04-24-2008  •  Seattle Times 
"...That changed in February, when federal agents started corralling everyone off domestic ferries into a fenced-off area in Anacortes and questioning them about their citizenship."  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Terry Bressi
Prominent PA GOP officials sue PA Ron Paul delegates News Link  •  Eugenics
Prominent PA GOP officials sue PA Ron Paul delegates
04-23-2008  •  Auburn Journal 
Questionable Lawsuit May Result In Criminal Consequences for Prominent PA GOP Party Members  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Trouser Chili
Suspicions grow that drugs were used in detainee interrogation News Link  •  Torture
Suspicions grow that drugs were used in detainee interrogation
4-23-2008  •  RawStory 
The Washington Post charged that detainees at Guantanamo Bay may have been injected with drugs in the course of their interrogation. "At least two dozen other former and current detainees at Guantanamo Bay and elsewhere say they were given drugs  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Follow the money: Olympic protest movement turns its sights on to sponsors News Link  •  Entertainment: Sports
Follow the money: Olympic protest movement turns its sights on to sponsors
4-23-2008  •  The Guardian 
Having spent huge sums, companies sponsoring the Beijing games are about to find themselves the targets of a new, more vigorous war on China's human rights record by campaigners boosted by the success of protests along the torch relay route.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Former Ron Paul Revolutionaries Backing McCain News Link  •  Eugenics
Former Ron Paul Revolutionaries Backing McCain
04-23-2008  •  WWW 
WTF? Is this a PsyOp or did these people just never get it? Their video makes no sense whatsoever, either.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Trouser Chili
Hatch of Soyuz capsule nearly burned up; crew was in serious danger News Link  •  Space Travel and Exploration
Hatch of Soyuz capsule nearly burned up; crew was in serious danger
4-23-2008  •  AP 
Interfax quoted an unidentified space official as saying that the capsule entered the atmosphere improperly, with the hatch-first, instead of with its heat shields leading the way. As a result, the hatch suffered significant damage.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Spinning Saddam's Linkages<br>By DAVID ISENBERG News Link  •  Saddam's Trial
Spinning Saddam's Linkages
By DAVID ISENBERG

4-23-2008  •  Counterpunch 
An exhaustive review of more than 600,000 Iraqi documents and several thousand hours of audio and video footage captured after the 2003 US invasion, has found no evidence that Saddam Hussein's regime had any operational links with Osama bin Laden  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Will the CIA Kill or Oust Ecuador’s President?<br>
by Jacob G. Hornberger News Link  •  Central Intelligence Agency
Will the CIA Kill or Oust Ecuador’s President?
by Jacob G. Hornberger

4-23-2008  •  Future of Freedom Foundation 
Ecuador’s president Rafael Correa may not be long for this world, both in a political sense and in genuine life-or-death sense. He recently fired his defense minister, army chief of intelligence, and commanders of the army, air force, and joint chief  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Robotic vigilante: Homemade ‘Bum Bot’ patrols in Atlanta News Link  •  Robots and Artificial Intelligence
Robotic vigilante: Homemade ‘Bum Bot’ patrols in Atlanta
4-23-2008  •  AP 
Cars passing O'Terrill's pub screech to a halt at the sight of a 300-pound, waist-high robot marked "SECURITY" rolling through downtown long after dark,its bright red lights and even brighter spotlight blazing, infrared video camera  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
John McCain gets tax-free disability pension News Link  •  Eugenics
John McCain gets tax-free disability pension
4-23-2008  •  LA Times 
Sen. John McCain has long said he is in robust health and is strong enough to hike the Grand Canyon, but he also is receiving what his staff Monday termed a "disability pension" from the Navy.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
The Games are Afoot in Nevada Feature Article  •  Eugenics
The Games are Afoot in Nevada
Brock Lorber
   Three-question telephone surveys are being used to identify Ron Paul Republicans ahead of this weekend's Nevada state convention.
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US Justice Dept. Aims To Expand Scope of DNA Sample Collection News Link  •  Privacy Rights
US Justice Dept. Aims To Expand Scope of DNA Sample Collection
04-23-2008  •  GenomeWeb Daily News 
The DNA Analysis Backlog Elimination Act of 2000 initially authorized DNA collection only from persons convicted of certain “qualifying” federal, military, and District of Columbia offenses. This authority was later expanded by several subsequent act  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Donna Brown
NORTH AMERICAN UNION Secrecy Reported by CNN News Link  •  North American Union
NORTH AMERICAN UNION Secrecy Reported by CNN
4-23-2008  •  Youtube (h/t Dennis C) 
CNN Money stumbled on to some truth. They obviously didn't go far enough, but at least they are willing to mention it. It just shows the masses that this really is happening, and unless we come together to stop it, we are going to lose a lot more  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Christine Smith's speech at the Heartland Libertarian Conference News Link  •  Eugenics
Christine Smith's speech at the Heartland Libertarian Conference
04-23-2008  •  Paid for by Christine Smith for President 
Informal talk at hospitality suite -9 min. 22 sec.Christine summarizes reasons for running and her message to all LP members about the future of our political party.   Read Full Story
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Reported by: Christine Smith
Argentina Decriminalizes Drug Consumption News Link  •  Drug War
Argentina Decriminalizes Drug Consumption
4-23-2008  •  El Financiero 
A federal court in Argentina has decriminalized the personal consumption of drugs. The court ruled punishing drug users only “creates an avalanche of cases targeting consumers without climbing up in the ladder of [drug] trafficking.”  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Brock Lorber
More on The Indivisibility of Liberty Feature Article  •  Philosophy: Libertarianism
More on The Indivisibility of Liberty
Brock Lorber
   Mary Ruwart makes the case for accepting liberty as a package deal. Why do even self-described libertarians often reject liberty and what can be done about it?
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Uranium bonfire: Air Force incinerated radioactive waste News Link  •  Environment
Uranium bonfire: Air Force incinerated radioactive waste
04-21-2008  •  Salt Lake City Times 
Over the past eight months, Hill AFB sent a nine-ton batch of obsolete military hardware to the burn plant, unaware that the items contained "trace" amounts of depleted uranium. All told, five pounds of uranium went up in smoke.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Trouser Chili
Gating public roads for millionaires exclusive access News Link  •  Arizona's Top News
Gating public roads for millionaires exclusive access
4-23-2008  •  Arizona Republic 
For 50 years, people have been driving up to Valle Vista to show our city to visitors or to remember just how lucky we are to live in a place of wide-open spaces and panoramic possibilities. This morning, the city will decide whether the road should  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
CIA has 7,000 documents relating to rendition, detention, torture programs, filing shows News Link  •  Philosophy: Fascism
CIA has 7,000 documents relating to rendition, detention, torture programs, filing shows
4-23-08  •  Rawstory.com 
The Central Intelligence Agency has acknowledged having 7,000 pages of documents pertaining to President George W. Bush's secret rendition and detention programs, according to three international human rights groups.  Read Full Story
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The Federal Reserve - CNN - 5th Grade Education Feature Article  •  Education: Government Schools
The Federal Reserve - CNN - 5th Grade Education
Ernest Hancock
   While visiting my Brother-in-law and his family my wife Donna and I were trying to help my niece with her 'Federal Reserve Homework'. I think we would get a bad grade from the teacher. Take a look and see why.
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Supreme Court says police may search even if arrest invalid News Link  •  Bill of Rights
Supreme Court says police may search even if arrest invalid
4-23-08  •  Rawstory.com 
Scalia said that when officers have probable cause to believe a person has committed a crime in their presence, the Fourth Amendment permits them to make an arrest and to search the suspect in order to safeguard evidence and ensure their own safety.  Read Full Story
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U.S. Prison Population Dwarfs That of Other Nations News Link  •  Police State
U.S. Prison Population Dwarfs That of Other Nations
4-23-08  •  International Herald Tribune.com 
The United States has less than 5 percent of the world's population. But it has almost a quarter of the world's prisoners.  Read Full Story
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Could we begin a wave of bank failures? News Link  •  Federal Reserve
Could we begin a wave of bank failures?
4-23-2008  •  Financial Times 
US bank failures could rise above 'historical norms' as a weakening economy puts pressure on badly underwritten loans, particularly in commercial real estate, says John Dugan, who oversees 1,700 national banks as comptroller of the currency,  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Era of cheap food ends as prices surge News Link  •  Food
Era of cheap food ends as prices surge
4-23-2008  •  London Times 
Families have been warned that the prices of basic foods will rise steeply again because of acute shortages in commodity markets. Experts said prices of rice, wheat and vegetable oil would rise further, with high prices and shortages here to stay,  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Bay Area Shoppers Asked To Limit Rice Purchases News Link  •  Food
Bay Area Shoppers Asked To Limit Rice Purchases
4-23-2008  •  NBC TV11 
At least one Bay Area store is asking customers to hold back on their rice purchases. Costco has posted signs asking customers to follow their regular rice-buying habits. The rice price increase is a result of a domino effect, NBC11's Noelle Wa  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Americans hoard food as industry seeks regs News Link  •  Food
Americans hoard food as industry seeks regs
4-23-2008  •  Washington Times 
Farmers and food executives appealed fruitlessly to federal officials for regulatory steps to limit speculative buying that drives food prices higher. Some Americans are stocking up on staples such as rice, flour and oil in anticipation of high price  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Wal-Mart's Sam's Club limiting rice purchases News Link  •  Food
Wal-Mart's Sam's Club limiting rice purchases
4-23-2008  •  Reuters 
Wal-Mart's Sam's Club warehouse division said it is limiting sales of Jasmine, Basmati and long grain white rice "due to recent supply and demand trends." The news came as rice prices surged, with U.S. rice futures hitting an all-ti  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
 Climate change 'may put world at war' News Link  •  Food
Climate change 'may put world at war'
4-23-2008  •  Daily Telegraph 
Climate change could cause global conflicts as large as the two world wars but lasting for centuries unless the problem is controlled, a leading defense think tank has warned. [give us money]  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
U.S. to Insist That Travel Industry Get Fingerprints News Link  •  Homeland Security
U.S. to Insist That Travel Industry Get Fingerprints
April 22, 2008  •  Washington Post 
The U.S. government today will order commercial airlines and cruise lines to prepare to collect digital fingerprints of all foreigners before they depart the USA under a security initiative that the travel industry has condemned as costly and  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Tyger Gilbert
Ron Paul gets 16% in Pennsylvania News Link  •  Voting and Elections
Ron Paul gets 16% in Pennsylvania
4-23-2008  •  Pennsylvania Sec. of State 
With 99.44% of the districts reporting John McCain got 73%, Ron Paul 16% and Mike Huckabee with 11% in a three way race.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Petraeus picked to lead Mideast command News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Petraeus picked to lead Mideast command
4-23-2008  •  AP 
Gen. David Petraeus, who has led US forces in Iraq for more than a year, will be nominated by President Bush to head the command that oversees the Middle East. The command is responsible for the Middle East, Central Asia and the Horn of Africa.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Food Shortages Or Globalist Depopulation Agenda?<br>Kurt Nimmo News Link  •  Agriculture
Food Shortages Or Globalist Depopulation Agenda?
Kurt Nimmo

4-23-2008  •  Infowars 
In addition to "climate change," Mohan blames the failures of capitalism " described as "supply-side responses" to market forces " and the "absence of technological breakthroughs in terms of higher yields from new varieties o  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Appeals court: Border agents can search laptops without cause News Link  •  Privacy Rights
Appeals court: Border agents can search laptops without cause
4-23-2008  •  BoingBoing (h/t Minarchian) 
Federal agents at the border do not need any reason to search through travelers' laptops, cell phones or digital cameras for evidence of crimes, a federal appeals court ruled, extending the government's power to look through belongings to ele  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
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