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Date Sent: 2008-05-02
Freedom's Phoenix Headline News for Friday, May 2, 2008
 
Bernanke blames Congress for student lender failures -- Gulf States May Not Take Dollar

Clark County, NV Republicans Meet -- D.C. Madam Found Dead of Apparent Suicide -- Coming economic shocks could spark depression -- Sprint reduced to junk bond status -- McCain promises billions in spending -- 40 Years Ago Today, The Police Tried to Kill Me At Columbia U -- New Jersey Lawmakers Consider Tax On Fast Food -- Mystery Man Shot Dead by Houston Cops -- Court Ruling Could End P2P Music-Download Lawsuits -- Congress, the Bush Administration and Continuity of Government Planning -- Promoting Government Power - by Howard Blitz -- What About the Children? - by Lew Rockwell -- Mary Ruwart (veteran) vs Wayne Allen Root (Rookie) in Libertarian POTUS race -- Baby snatching by Arlington County -- US report says al-Qaida gaining strength -- White House admits fault on ’Mission Accomplished’ banner -- Pentagon moves to reduce stigma of mental counseling in security clearances -- MISH: Bank of England Fears Financial Meltdown -- Housing Bubble: $6 Trillion dollars in housing to be lost Saturday: Arizona Breakfast Club features Ernest Hancock; John Stuart is INNOCENT March for Liberty May 5th
 

Clark County, NV Republicans Meet - Bob Beers Attended (Video)-Update Feature Article  •  Politics: Republican Campaigns
Clark County, NV Republicans Meet - Bob Beers Attended (Video)-Update
Brock Lorber
   State Senator Bob Beers attended a meeting of Nevada Republicans this evening in Las Vegas. The meeting has been organized by the Clark County Ron Paul Meetup.
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D.C. Madam Found Dead of Apparent Suicide News Link  •  Criminal Justice System
D.C. Madam Found Dead of Apparent Suicide
5-1-2008  •  ABC News 
Florida police are investigating the apparent suicide of a woman they believe to be the so-called D.C. Madam, who was found dead in the Florida mobile home of the madam Deborah Jeane Palfrey's mother Thursday.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Brock Lorber
Economist: Coming economic shocks could spark depression News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Economist: Coming economic shocks could spark depression
5-1-2008  •  Rawstory 
Economics professor: "If they stop lending us money, we’re going to have to repay that debt ourselves. We would either have to cut spending … or we’d have to raise taxes, or the United States government would have to go into default.”  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Sprint reduced to junk bond status News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Sprint reduced to junk bond status
5-1-2008  •  Bloomberg 
Sprint Nextel Corp., the U.S. wireless company that lost more than a million contract customers last year, had its credit rating cut to junk by Standard & Poor's.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
McCain promises billions in spending News Link  •  Eugenics
McCain promises billions in spending
5-1-2008  •  AP 
McCain is handing around a campaign grab bag of goodies. There are little treats like a summer gas-tax holiday and new mortgages for struggling homeowners, and there are big plums like tax breaks for corporations and families with children.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
New Jersey Lawmakers Consider Tax On Fast Food News Link  •  TAXES: State
New Jersey Lawmakers Consider Tax On Fast Food
5-1-2008  •  WCBS TV 
Now some lawmakers in New Jersey are considering taking food taxes a step further and install a proverbial "sin" tax on fast food. The thought of taxing a Big Mac came up at a Hospital Association meeting to help fund struggling hospitals.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
40 Years Ago Today, The Police Tried to Kill Me At Columbia University News Link  •  Law Enforcers or Peace Officers
40 Years Ago Today, The Police Tried to Kill Me At Columbia University
5-1-2008  •  HuffPo 
Many of the students were resisting passively, simply by going limp. This infuriated the police, who weren't buying these Gandhi-like tactics of Ivy League coeds. They beat everybody, young and old, male or female, with lead truncheons until they  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
At 5th Anniversary: White House Still Spinning 'Mission Accomplished' Banner News Link  •  Bush Administration
At 5th Anniversary: White House Still Spinning 'Mission Accomplished' Banner
5-1-2008  •  HuffPo 
So "Bannergate" was born -- along with the image of the president spiking the ball on the five-yard line before scoring a real touchdown. "He blamed the sailors for something that his advance team staged," said General Wesley Clar  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Bernanke blames Congress for student lender failures News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Bernanke blames Congress for student lender failures
5-1-2008  •  Reuters 
The chairman of the Federal Reserve has suggested that Congress revisit the issue of government subsidies to student loan providers. Recent student loan market problems stem from many causes, including cuts made in lender subsidies.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Mystery Man Shot Dead by Houston Cops: Death by Cop Suicide? News Link  •  Central Intelligence Agency
Mystery Man Shot Dead by Houston Cops: Death by Cop Suicide?
05-01-2008  •  Ginn 
The strange case of the man shot dead by Houston police after a high-speed chase. He claimed he was CIA. At first, it was doubtful. Now, who knows?  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Randy Ricochet
Study: People Less Afraid When Drunk than Sober News Link  •  Weird/Offbeat News
Study: People Less Afraid When Drunk than Sober
05-01-2008  •  Mondoreb 
How many dollars went into this study--hailed as a breakthrough--that most people engage in more risky behavior when they've had a few drinks. That includes drunk driving and alligators.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Randy Ricochet
Celebrating Low Flow Toilet Blow-up Day News Link  •  Environment
Celebrating Low Flow Toilet Blow-up Day
05-01-2008  •  Mondoreb 
April 27 was Low Flow Toilet Blowup Day. A couple short videos show people celebrating in different ways.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Randy Ricochet
Court Ruling Could End P2P Music-Download Lawsuits News Link  •  Internet
Court Ruling Could End P2P Music-Download Lawsuits
5-1-2008  •  Newsfactor 
U.S. District Court Judge Neil V. Wake has rejected the legal theory that the Recording Industry Association of America has used to attack P2P downloads. Jeffrey and Pamela Howell said their music copies were for personal use and they didn't know  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
High Temperature Superconductivity Explained News Link  •  Science, Medicine and Technology
High Temperature Superconductivity Explained
5-1-2008  •  Princeton University 
For more than 20 years since the discovery of high-temperature superconductivity, scientists have been debating the underlying physical mechanism for this exotic phenomenon, which may revolutionize the electrical power distribution network.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Congress, the Bush Administration and Continuity of Government Planning--The Showdown News Link  •  Police State
Congress, the Bush Administration and Continuity of Government Planning--The Showdown
5-1-2008  •  Global Research 
In August 2007, Congressman Peter DeFazio, a member of the House Homeland Security Committee, told the House that he and the rest of his Committee had been barred from reviewing parts of National Security Presidential Directive 51,  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Promoting Government Power Opinion  •  Immigration
Promoting Government Power
04-30-2008
Howard Blitz
   Making people and drugs illegal promotes government power. Demanding that government officials investigate and institute government identification cards for individuals, and building walls to keep people out of the United States gives government off
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Mesa plan calls for volunteers to take down ‘bandit’ signs News Link  •  Arizona's Top News
Mesa plan calls for volunteers to take down ‘bandit’ signs
5-1-2008  •  East Valley Tribune 
In a new proposal, nuisance signs found on street corners and intersections would be picked up by volunteer neighborhood groups in an effort to clean up the city and save money. The code compliance and neighborhood outreach departments will present m  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
 But What About the Children?<br>by Lew Rockwell News Link  •  Police State
But What About the Children?
by Lew Rockwell

5-1-2008  •  Mises 
Christopher Ratte, Prof. of Classics at U of Michigan, was recently turned into a jailbird and had his son taken away from him, all in the name of protecting the child. His crime was taking his 7-year old son to a baseball game and ordering lemonade.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Mary Ruwart (veteran) vs Wayne Allen Root (Rookie) in Libertarian POTUS race Feature Article  •  Philosophy: Libertarianism
Mary Ruwart (veteran) vs Wayne Allen Root (Rookie) in Libertarian POTUS race
Ernest Hancock
   (Libertarian campaigns take on fundamental and serious issues that arise in a state of freedom. If you think you are going to be able to run as a libertarian candidate without controversy, then you do not understand what you are getting into)
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Paul No. 1 on Amazon.com News Link  •  Books
Paul No. 1 on Amazon.com
05-01-2008  •  CNN 
a phenomenon that has amazed veteran political observers and made more than one political rival envious,” boasts the book’s product description, adding: “Candidates across America are already running as ‘Ron Paul Republicans.’”  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Ernest Hancock
May Day Mystery News Link  •  Eugenics
May Day Mystery
5-1-2008  •  ronpaul.com 
With all the things going on around the world today, some are still finding time to wonder why this clock is counting down to 12:00 pm [now 1:00] Pacific Time. Any guesses?  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Brock Lorber
Baby snatching by Arlington County News Link  •  Police State
Baby snatching by Arlington County
5-1-2008  •  National Examiner OpEd 
Sabrina was at her proper weight when she was taken away by county officials, 2 days after her parents told a social worker they were getting a lawyer. The judge later used the baby’s inappropriate removal to justify making the separation permanent,  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Gulf States May End Dollar Pegs, Kuwait Minister Says News Link  •  Federal Reserve
Gulf States May End Dollar Pegs, Kuwait Minister Says
5-1-08  •  Bloomberg.com 
Gulf states are considering dropping their pegs to the dollar after the U.S. currency's decline stoked inflation across the region, Kuwaiti Finance Minister Mustafa al- Shimali said.  Read Full Story
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Campaign: Paul backers among delegates elected News Link  •  Eugenics
Campaign: Paul backers among delegates elected
05-01-2008  •  Las Vegas Review Journal 
"The Ron Paul campaign is confident that the Nevada state Republican Party will ensure that the votes cast by all of the delegates at the April 26 (convention) will be respected," the campaign stated in a news release.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Ernest Hancock
Judge OKs dancing at San Tan Flat News Link  •  Arizona's Top News
Judge OKs dancing at San Tan Flat
5-1-2008  •  Arizona Republic 
Superior Court Judge William O'Neil overturned a decision from the county Board of Supervisors that said the country-Western-themed restaurant was operating an illegal dance hall by allowing patrons to dance to live music on its back patio.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
US report says al-Qaida gaining strength News Link  •  TERRORISM
US report says al-Qaida gaining strength
5-1-2008  •  AP 
Al-Qaida has rebuilt some of its pre-Sept. 11 capabilities from remote hiding places in Pakistan, leading to a major spike in attacks last year in that country and neighboring Afghanistan, the Bush administration said.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Pentagon moves to reduce stigma of mental counseling in security clearances News Link  •  Military
Pentagon moves to reduce stigma of mental counseling in security clearances
5-1-2008  •  AP 
Under the new policy, troops won't have to reveal past job-related therapy when they apply for security clearances. Many don't get treatment because a mental problem could cost them their security clearance, harm their careers and embarrass t  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
White House admits fault on ’Mission Accomplished’ banner News Link  •  Bush Administration
White House admits fault on ’Mission Accomplished’ banner
5-1-2008  •  AP 
The White House said President Bush has paid a price for the "Mission Accomplished" banner that was flown in triumph five years ago but later became a symbol of US misjudgments and mistakes in the long and costly war in Iraq.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Bank of England Fears Financial Meltdown News Link  •  Economy - International
Bank of England Fears Financial Meltdown
5-1-08  •  Michael Shedlock / Mish 
The Bank of England has warned that banks' fears of a financial meltdown may become a self-fulfilling prophecy. Banks previously over-willing to lend are now too reluctant, even with credit-worthy borrowers, it suggests.  Read Full Story
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Housing Bubble: $6 Trillion dollars in housing to be lost News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Housing Bubble: $6 Trillion dollars in housing to be lost
5-1-08  •  LAtimes.com 
A Washington think tank is warning that housing prices are falling at an accelerating level, destroying wealth at a pace that will cost the average homeowner $85,000 in lost wealth this year alone.  Read Full Story
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Denying Palestinians Free Movement in the West Bank Feature Article  •  Israel - Palestine
Denying Palestinians Free Movement in the West Bank
Stephen Lendman
   Vicious Israeli repression against Palestinians.
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John Stuart is INNOCENT<br>
March for Liberty II May 7th Feature Article  •  Events: Arizona
John Stuart is INNOCENT
March for Liberty II May 7th

Forty Four O Nine
   They are holding an INNOCENT R3VOLutionary against his will in shackles and chains! Arizona gun owners or Ron Paul activists should be very concerned.
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Nevada GOP Decertified? Feature Article  •  Politics: Republican Campaigns
Nevada GOP Decertified?
Brock Lorber
   If the Nevada GOP does not reconvene their state convention, state law may provide for decertification of the party.
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