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Date Sent: 2008-11-17
Freedom's Phoenix Headline News for Monday, November 17, 2008
 
Senate debates $25 billion auto bill today -- Barack Obama is warned to beware of a 'huge threat'

Asian Stocks Climb, Reversing Loss -- Democrats Move Cautiously on Homeland Security Appointment -- Obama Emphasizes Security -- Ban on Masks Upsets Interpreters -- Japan's Economy Shrinks Confirming Recession -- Rather's Lawsuit Shows Role of GOP in Inquiry -- Bush's former press secretary say Bush leaked CIA's Plame ID -- Housing starts expected to breach records dating back to the late 1940s -- G20 world leaders dine in style as they discuss financial crisis -- The world has never seen such freezing heat -- Lawmaker plans bill on Web neutrality -- Sex, Lies, and Subprime Mortgages -- Pelosi outlines aid package for US automakers -- GOP senator: McCain betrayed Republican "principles" -- Debate on Pledge of Allegiance in town -- Gov. Pawlenty: No evidence of wrongdoing in MN election -- Cops engaged in election night hate crimes? -- Cops investigated for racial slurs against Obama -- Election spurs 'hundreds' of race threats, crimes Part 1 of Freedom's Phoenix edition was sent out at 10:30PM EST Sunday
 

Opinion  •  Scott Horton Show at Antiwar Radio
Antiwar Radio: Ray McGovern and Philip Giraldi
11-17-2008
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Asian Stocks Climb, Reversing Loss; Japan's Utility Shares Rise News Link  •  Economy - International
Asian Stocks Climb, Reversing Loss; Japan's Utility Shares Rise
11-17-2008  •  Bloomberg 
Asian stocks climbed, reversing an earlier loss, as Japan's pharmaceutical and utility shares rose as the nation's first recession since 2001 led investors to favor companies whose earnings are sheltered from the global slowdown.  Read Full Story
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Democrats Move Cautiously on DHS Appointment News Link  •  Police State
Democrats Move Cautiously on DHS Appointment
11-17-2008  •  Washington Post 
The next secretary will inherit the politically perilous tasks of securing the nation's borders against illegal immigration. Above all, the new secretary must help prevent the next terrorist attack on American soil, whatever form it might take.  Read Full Story
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Ban on Masks Upsets Iraqi Interpreters News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Ban on Masks Upsets Iraqi Interpreters
11-17-2008  •  Washington Post 
The U.S. military has barred Iraqi interpreters working with American troops in Baghdad from wearing ski masks to disguise themselves, prompting some to resign and others to bare their faces even though they fear it could get them killed.  Read Full Story
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Obama Emphasizes Security News Link  •  Obama Administration
Obama Emphasizes Security
11-17-2008  •  Washingon Post 
President-elect Barack Obama said in an interview broadcast last night that selecting his national security team is one of his top priorities since terrorists might try to attack the United States during the White House transition.  Read Full Story
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Japan's Economy Shrinks 0.4%, Confirming Recession News Link  •  Economy - International
Japan's Economy Shrinks 0.4%, Confirming Recession
11-17-2008  •  Bloomberg 
Japan's economy, the world's second largest, unexpectedly shrank in the third quarter, entering the first recession since 2001 as companies cut spending. Gross domestic product fell an annualized 0.4 percent in the three months ended Sept.  Read Full Story
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Rather’s Lawsuit Shows Role of G.O.P. in Inquiry News Link  •  Media: Television
Rather’s Lawsuit Shows Role of G.O.P. in Inquiry
11-17-2008  •  NY Times 
When Dan Rather filed suit against CBS 14 months ago " claiming, among other things, that his former employer had commissioned a politically biased investigation into his work on a “60 Minutes” segment about President Bush’s National Guard service "  Read Full Story
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Bush's former press secretary say Bush leaked CIA's Plame ID News Link  •  Central Intelligence Agency
Bush's former press secretary say Bush leaked CIA's Plame ID
11-16-2008  •  Youtube 
According to Scott McClellan, George W. Bush confessed to him of having outed CIA Agent Valerie Plame's identity.  Read Full Story
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Housing starts expected to breach records dating back to the late 1940s. News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Housing starts expected to breach records dating back to the late 1940s.
11-16-08  •  MarketWatch.com 
With the global economy descending into a nasty recession, the October data could send a chill down the spine of policymakers, who are pulling out all the tricks in their tool kit to prevent a wider meltdown.  Read Full Story
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G20 world leaders dine in style as they discuss financial crisis News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
G20 world leaders dine in style as they discuss financial crisis
11-16-2008  •  CNN 
Tonight's dinner to kick off the G-20 summit includes such dishes as "Fruitwood-smoked Quail," "Thyme-roasted Rack of Lamb," and "Tomato, Fennel and Eggplant Fondue Chanterelle Jus." To wash it all down, world leader  Read Full Story
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The world has never seen such freezing heat News Link  •  Environment
The world has never seen such freezing heat
11-16-2008  •  Daily Telegraph 
On Monday, NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies, run by Al Gore's chief scientific ally, Dr James Hansen announced that last month was the hottest October on record. Only problem ... it wasn't close to being true.  Read Full Story
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Lawmaker plans bill on Web neutrality News Link  •  Internet
Lawmaker plans bill on Web neutrality
11-16-2008  •  Reuters 
A senior U.S. lawmaker plans to introduce a bill in January that would bar Internet providers like AT&T Inc from blocking Web content, setting up a renewed battle over so-called network neutrality.  Read Full Story
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Sex, Lies, and Subprime Mortgages News Link  •  Corruption
Sex, Lies, and Subprime Mortgages
11-16-2008  •  BusinessWeek 
The sexual favors, whistleblower intimidation, and routine fraud behind the fiasco that has triggered the global financial crisis. Eventually the deal-making turned frenetic. Multiple wholesalers began inundating mortgage brokers with offers for the  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Pelosi outlines aid package for US automakers News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Pelosi outlines aid package for US automakers
11-16-2008  •  AP 
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Saturday the House would provide aid to the ailing U.S. auto industry, requiring that the industry meet new fuel-efficiency standards, produce advanced vehicles and restructure "to ensure their long-term economic  Read Full Story
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Senate will debate $25 billion auto bill Monday News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Senate will debate $25 billion auto bill Monday
11-16-2008  •  AP 
Running out of time and scrambling for votes, supporters of a $25 billion government bailout for the teetering U.S. auto industry offered to scale down the rescue package in the face of an uphill fight in Congress and determined opposition from the W  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
GOP senator: McCain betrayed Republican principles News Link  •  Eugenics
GOP senator: McCain betrayed Republican principles
11-16-2008  •  CNN 
South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint became one of the first high-profile Republicans to publicly criticize John McCain following his electoral defeat, blaming the Arizona senator for betraying conservative principles in his quest for the White House.  Read Full Story
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Barack Obama is warned to beware of a 'huge threat' News Link  •  TERRORISM
Barack Obama is warned to beware of a 'huge threat'
11-16-2008  •  London Times 
Barack Obama is being given ominous advice from leaders on both sides of the Atlantic to brace himself for an early assault from terrorists. General Michael Hayden, director of the CIA, acknowledged that there were dangers during a presidential  Read Full Story
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Debate on Pledge of Allegiance in Vt. town News Link  •  Education: Government Schools
Debate on Pledge of Allegiance in Vt. town
11-16-2008  •  Burlington Free Press 
No one's sure when daily recitations of the Pledge of Allegiance fell by the wayside at Woodbury Elementary School. But efforts to restore them have erupted into a bitter dispute in this tiny (pop. 810) Vermont town, with school officials bloc  Read Full Story
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Gov. Pawlenty: No evidence of wrongdoing in MN election News Link  •  Voting - Election Integrity
Gov. Pawlenty: No evidence of wrongdoing in MN election
11-16-2008  •  Rawstory 
Allegations of fraudulent election practices are patently false, Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty told Fox News. Pawlenty said there was no truth to the rumor that ballots were found in the trunk of an election official's car and he doesn't kn  Read Full Story
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Lawsuits claim cops engaged in election night hate crimes News Link  •  Voting - Election Integrity
Lawsuits claim cops engaged in election night hate crimes
11-16-2008  •  Rawstory 
Niger Arnold claims that as her neighbors celebrated Obama's election in the streets, police fired pepper spray into the crowd. As she and her family scrambled indoors, 5 white officers burst into her home with guns drawn. No reason for the forci  Read Full Story
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North Carolina cops investigated for possible racial slurs against Obama News Link  •  Eugenics
North Carolina cops investigated for possible racial slurs against Obama
11-16-2008  •  Rawstory 
Police in Durham, NC, are investigating derogatory and potentially racist Web postings from their officers directed at Barack Obama. Details remain murky, and the police chief insisted that a "racial slur" is not the subject of the investi  Read Full Story
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Election spurs 'hundreds' of race threats, crimes News Link  •  Obama Administration
Election spurs 'hundreds' of race threats, crimes
11-16-2008  •  AP 
Cross burnings. Schoolchildren chanting "Assassinate Obama." Black figures hung from nooses. Racial epithets scrawled on homes and cars. Incidents around the country referring to President-elect Barack Obama are dampening the postelection g  Read Full Story
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