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Date Sent: 2009-03-19
Freedom's Phoenix Global Edition for Thursday, March 19, 2009 AM edition
 
Federal Reserve to Buy $1.2 Trillion in Bonds, Mortgage-Backed Securities

Obama's Chief of Staff wrote AIG's bonuses INTO LAW -- Army Investigating How and Why Troops Were Sent Into Alabama Town -- Dismantling The Killer Elite - by Will Grigg -- Forget the bonuses: AIG can't repay its loans, GAO says -- US judge denies bail to former 'enemy combatant' -- Baghdad's water still undrinkable 6 years after invasion -- US prepares civilian 'surge' in Afghan -- Arizona judge dismisses charges in gunrunning case -- U.S. Attorney Declares Government Out to Destroy You - by Greg Dixon -- Peru Begins Export of Beer Made With Coca Leaves -- Two Million Households Now Have Spy Devices In Their Trash Cans -- Corporate meltdown leaves renters in limbo -- Georgia law puts non-offenders on sex registry -- A Gay-Marriage Solution: End Marriage? Microsoft releases Internet Explorer 8 today
 

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Reported by: Ernest Hancock
Obama's Chief of Staff wrote AIG's bonuses INTO LAW News Link  •  Obama Administration
Obama's Chief of Staff wrote AIG's bonuses INTO LAW
03-18-2009  •  The DC Examiner 
So all of Obama's bleating and faux anger about the bonuses appears to be rooted in regret over either his own incompetence or getting caught in a poltical sh*t-storm of his own making. Or both. Either way it makes his statement from yesterday ri  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
“Stimulus” Fact of the Day: Taxpayers Taken for a Ride … on a Skateboard News Link  •  TAXES: Federal
“Stimulus” Fact of the Day: Taxpayers Taken for a Ride … on a Skateboard
03-18-2009  •  Americans For Tax Reform 
As the Providence Journal reports, the City of Pawtucket in Rhode Island will be using $550,000 in federal “stimulus” money to build a skateboarding park and renovate tennis and basketball courts at a local high school.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Army Investigating How and Why Troops Were Sent Into Alabama Town After Murder Spree News Link  •  Military
Army Investigating How and Why Troops Were Sent Into Alabama Town After Murder Spree
03-18-2009  •  CNS News 
The U.S. Army has launched an inquiry into how and why active duty troops from Fort Rucker, Ala., came to be placed on the streets of Samson, Ala., during last week's murder spree in that tiny South Alabama community. The use of the troops was a  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Welcome aboard a brand new country News Link  •  World News
Welcome aboard a brand new country
03-18-2009  •  London Times 
A utopian project part-funded by a dotcom tycoon aims to build a giant platform off the coast of San Francisco where people can live free of government regulation. [gosh, didn't they try this off the coast of ah, England?]  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Fiscal Crisis and Media Spin: in three sentences News Link  •  MEDIA (MainStreamMedia - aka MSM)
Fiscal Crisis and Media Spin: in three sentences
03-18-2009  •  American Goy 
The three questions Mainstream Media must ask anyone it interviews on the economy . . . and won't.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Dismantling The Killer Elite<br>by Will Grigg News Link  •  Law Enforcers or Peace Officers
Dismantling The Killer Elite
by Will Grigg

03-18-2009  •  Pro Liberate 
To my knowledge, only Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielsen) of The Naked Gun has actually allocuted the unspoken thoughts of a police officer forced to turn in his gun and badge: "the next time I shoot someone, I could go to jail."  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Google Earth reveals fish trap made from rocks 1,000 years ago off British coast News Link  •  Anthropology
Google Earth reveals fish trap made from rocks 1,000 years ago off British coast
03-18-2009  •  Daily Mail 
For a millennium it has lain undisturbed beneath the waves a stone's throw from one of Britain's best-loved beaches. But now modern technology has revealed this ancient fish trap, used at the time of the Norman Conquest.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Mars Lander gets lucky break as 'water drops' discovered clinging to craft's leg News Link  •  Space Travel and Exploration
Mars Lander gets lucky break as 'water drops' discovered clinging to craft's leg
03-18-2009  •  Daily Mail 
The Phoenix Mars Lander has spent months searching for liquid on the Red Planet. Now it appears that water has found the intrepid spacecraft. Several photographs taken by Nasa's explorer show what look like water droplets clinging to one of its r  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Forget the bonuses: AIG can't repay its loans, GAO says News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Forget the bonuses: AIG can't repay its loans, GAO says
03-18-2009  •  McClatchy News 
Lost in the shouting over the $165 million in bonuses paid to executives of insurer American International Group was this sober message delivered to Congress by a government watchdog: AIG's inability repay its $170 billion in loans  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Need a Quality Used Truck? U-Haul Has 13,000 for Sale News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Need a Quality Used Truck? U-Haul Has 13,000 for Sale
03-18-2009  •  www.msnbc.msn.com 
"These moving vans represent a solid value," O'Loughlin noted. "U-Haul trucks feature lightweight, rust-resistant van bodies and were designed to securely hold and transport precious cargo."  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Ernest Hancock
Baghdad's water still undrinkable 6 years after invasion News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Baghdad's water still undrinkable 6 years after invasion
03-18-2009  •  McClatchy News 
The stench of human waste is enough to tell Falah abu Hasan that his drinking water is bad. His infant daughter Fatma's continuous illnesses and his own constant nausea confirm it. "We are the poor. No one cares if we get sick and die,"  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
US judge denies bail to former 'enemy combatant' News Link  •  Criminal Justice System
US judge denies bail to former 'enemy combatant'
03-18-2009  •  Reuters 
A U.S. judge denied bond on Wednesday for an accused al Qaeda sleeper agent after prosecutors said he used his time in America to research information on toxins and was a colleague of suspected Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Internet
Microsoft releases Internet Explorer 8
03-18-2009  •  Reuters 
[if anyone still cares] Microsoft Corp is set to publicly launch Internet Explorer 8 early on Thursday, the latest version of its market-dominating Web browser.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
US prepares civilian 'surge' in Afghan News Link  •  WAR: About that War
US prepares civilian 'surge' in Afghan
03-18-2009  •  AP 
Several hundred civilians from various U.S. government agencies " from agronomists to economists and legal experts " will be deployed to Afghanistan to reinforce the nonmilitary component in Kabul and the existing provincial reconstruction teams in t  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Rare Fossil Octopuses Found News Link  •  Science, Medicine and Technology
Rare Fossil Octopuses Found
03-18-2009  •  LiveScience 
It's hard enough to find fossils of hard things like dinosaur bones. Now scientists have found evidence of 95 million-year-old octopuses, among the rarest and unlikeliness of fossils, complete with ink and suckers.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Feathers Tied to Origin of Dinosaurs News Link  •  Science, Medicine and Technology
Feathers Tied to Origin of Dinosaurs
03-18-2009  •  LiveScience 
Feather-like structures have been found for the first time in dinosaurs other than saurischians. The finding upends paleontological thinking about feathers, suggesting they might go back to the origin of all dinosaurs, more than 200 million years.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Arizona judge dismisses charges in gunrunning case News Link  •  Gun Rights
Arizona judge dismisses charges in gunrunning case
03-18-2009  •  Reuters 
Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Robert Gottsfield issued a directed verdict of not guilty in the trial of George Iknadosian, 47, the owner of X-Caliber guns in Phoenix. Prosecutors alleged Iknadosian sold hundreds of AK-47 assault rifles and oth  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Fed to pump another $1 trillion into U.S. economy News Link  •  Corruption
Fed to pump another $1 trillion into U.S. economy
03-18-2009  •  International Herald Tribune (Global Edition NYT) 
Having already reduced the key interest rate it controls nearly to zero, the central bank has increasingly turned to alternatives like buying securities as a way of getting more dollars into the economy, a tactic that amounts to creating vast new sum  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Ernest Hancock
U.S. Attorney Declares Opinion  •  Philosophy: Conservatism
Words Eye View
U.S. Attorney Declares " Government Out to Destroy You
03-18-2009
Greg J. Dixon
   “They are out to destroy you.” These are the words uttered by the United States Prosecutor, Doug Snoeynbos, on Thursday, July 29, 1999 in the case that ultimately led to a 93-day siege and raid of the church by 100 federal marshals on February 13, 2
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Today... Another Day to Watch Feature Article  •  Economy - Economics USA
Today... Another Day to Watch
Ernest Hancock
   Gold now over $1200. Does $1500 look so far away now? Look for more talk of "Bank Holidays" and new currency and civil unrest and hunger and... solutions that people come up with for themselves... and governments will not be consulted.
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Today... Another Day to Watch Feature Article  •  Economy - Economics USA
Today... Another Day to Watch
Ernest Hancock
   Gold now over $1200. Does $1500 look so far away now? Look for more talk of "Bank Holidays" and new currency and civil unrest and hunger and... solutions that people come up with for themselves... and governments will not be consulted.
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Today... Another Day to Watch Feature Article  •  Economy - Economics USA
Today... Another Day to Watch
Ernest Hancock
   Gold now over $1200. Does $1500 look so far away now? Look for more talk of "Bank Holidays" and new currency and civil unrest and hunger and... solutions that people come up with for themselves... and governments will not be consulted.
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Judge Andrew Napolitano on Alex Jones News Link  •  MEDIA (MainStreamMedia - aka MSM)
Judge Andrew Napolitano on Alex Jones
03-18-2009  •  YouTube 
Tv: Via Simulcast from The Show-Freedom Watch - Alex also talks with Andrew Napolitano, a life-tenured Superior Court Judge in New Jersey and now host of Freedom Watch on the Fox channel  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Ernest Hancock
Peru Begins Export of Beer Made With Coca Leaves News Link  •  Drug War
Peru Begins Export of Beer Made With Coca Leaves
03-18-2009  •  EcoWorldly 
A Peruvian company that makes beer from coca leaves now has plans to export its product to countries like China, Venezuela, and South Africa. [the Shanty?] The beer is named Apu, and is already sold in  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
New Capacitor Could Lead to Ultra-Efficient Electric Cars News Link  •  Science, Medicine and Technology
New Capacitor Could Lead to Ultra-Efficient Electric Cars
03-18-2009  •  Gas 2.0 
A team of US and Korean scientists have announced a major breakthrough in energy storage that could pave the way to a new generation of ultra-efficient electric cars, mobile phones and laptops. Capable of storing power at the same massive density as  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Missouri Police Sergeant Responds to MIAC News Link  •  Revolutions, Rebellions & Uprisings
Missouri Police Sergeant Responds to MIAC
03-18-2009  •  Youtube 
Here is a very cordial conversation with Sergeant Joe Clark, Public Information Officer with the Missouri State Police regarding the recent MIAC fiasco labeling Ron Paul supporters as terrorists. Not a very good liar.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Trouser Chili
U.S. Government fears Portable Laser Weapons in the hands of Civilians (LMAO) News Link  •  World News
U.S. Government fears Portable Laser Weapons in the hands of Civilians (LMAO)
03-18-2009  •  Freedom Fighter Radio.net 
Laser and beam weapons have been the stuff of science fiction lore for many years. Good science fiction, however, is based on some kind of science fact and, if done properly, will become less implausible over time.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jim Stachowiak
We're the Government -- and You're Not News Link  •  Propaganda
We're the Government -- and You're Not
03-18-2009  •  Youtube 
Four years old, and still true. So true. Don't let anyone tell you the current deterioration of our nation was unpredictable. Show this this 10 minute spoof ad from the Department of Homeland Security.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
U.S. NEEDS NATIONAL POPULATION POLICY FOR SURVIVAL IN 21ST CENTURY Opinion  •  Politics: General Activism
CONNECTING THE DOTS
U.S. NEEDS NATIONAL POPULATION POLICY FOR SURVIVAL IN 21ST CENTURY
03-18-2009
Frosty Wooldridge
   The citizens of the United States face a daunting dilemma in the 21st century: too many people, too little resources and running out of water.
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NAIS Hearing - Response to Flawed Testimony News Link  •  God, Government and other assorted myths....
NAIS Hearing - Response to Flawed Testimony
03-18-2009  •  Darol Dickinson 
Wednesday I listened with attentiveness to the “Public Hearing” on NAIS. I respectfully was sickened by the flawed information presented by the USDA to members of the committee. I was equally nauseated by the choice of “briefers” USDA had chosen to i  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Barbara Peterson
Federal Reserve to Buy $1.2 Trillion in Bonds, Mortgage-Backed Securities News Link  •  Federal Reserve
Federal Reserve to Buy $1.2 Trillion in Bonds, Mortgage-Backed Securities
03-18-2009  •  WashingtonPost.com 
The central bank will increase its purchases of mortgage-backed securities by $750 billion, on top of a previously announced $500 billion. It also will double its purchases of debt in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to $200 billion.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jack Gregson
Entire patriot movement utterly outraged. Opinion  •  Humor
Entire patriot movement utterly outraged.
03-18-2009
Found Zero
   Now all the heavies are involved. The lines are drawn. Our forces are mobilized and resolute. Can this and a dollar get us a cup of coffee?
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Open Letter to Chairman, House Committee on Agriculture
News Link  •  God, Government and other assorted myths....
Open Letter to Chairman, House Committee on Agriculture
03-18-2009  •  Marti Oakley 
The language in NAIS referring to landowners and to livestock owners has been changed to facilitate international agreements and standards, most especially Agenda 21 from the United Nations and World Trade Organization demands and the international c  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Barbara Peterson
News Link  •  Privacy Rights
Two Million Households Now Have Spy Devices In Their Bins (United Kingdom)
03-18-2009  •  Telegraph.co.uk via Rense.com 
Figures released using the Freedom of Information Act show 42 local authorities have installed the 'spy' devices in rubbish containers to record how much residents are throwing away.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Ed Vallejo
Corporate meltdown leaves renters in limbo News Link  •  Housing
Corporate meltdown leaves renters in limbo
03-18-2009  •  MSNBC 
Nicholle Krause first noticed the weeds sprouting in the usually well-manicured grounds of her 320-unit apartment complex in Chandler, Ariz., in December. Soon, signs of neglect began multiplying: Garbage spilled over from the dumpsters, the water in  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Georgia law puts non-offenders on sex registry News Link  •  Criminal Justice System
Georgia law puts non-offenders on sex registry
03-18-2009  •  Atlanta Journal & Constitution 
Georgia’s sex offender registry has a peculiar twist: There are a growing number of people on the list who did not commit a sex offense. The state's sex offender law tracks most offenders until they die, dictating where they can live and work.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Did Army troops patrol the streets of Samson, Alabama? News Link  •  Military
Did Army troops patrol the streets of Samson, Alabama?
03-18-2009  •  Civil Liberties Examiner 
The Army acknowledges that regular troops were dispatched to Samson, and says an inquiry is under way.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
A Gay-Marriage Solution: End Marriage? News Link  •  Housing
A Gay-Marriage Solution: End Marriage?
03-18-2009  •  Time 
There is no baptism certificate issued by the local courthouse and no federal tax benefit attached to the confessional booth, the into-the-water-and-out born-again ceremony or any of the other sacraments that believers hold sacred. Only marriage gets  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Our Troubled Country: Killing Our Oceans Opinion  •  Environment
CONNECTING THE DOTS
Our Troubled Country: Killing Our Oceans
03-18-2009
Frosty Wooldridge
   “We’re drowning in a sea of garbage with a three million ton waste dump twice the size of Texas floating 1,000 miles off the West Coast called the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.”
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CONTROLLING CIRCUMSTANCES: CONTROLLING HUMAN POPULATION Opinion  •  Environment
CONNECTING THE DOTS
CONTROLLING CIRCUMSTANCES: CONTROLLING HUMAN POPULATION
03-18-2009
Frosty Wooldridge
   Overpopulation provides America its greatest challenge in the 21st century. However, few want to step up to the question. Most ignore it! But like the midnight Amtrak Express, it’s coming and it’s coming fast!
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The Fed's Decision: Print News Link  •  Federal Reserve
The Fed's Decision: Print
03-18-2009  •  Jessescrossroadscafe.blogspot.com/ 
What was particularly repugnant was the co-ordinated actions in the market ahead of this announcement. This included a major bear raid on the precious metals, and the panic-covering of the financial shares before the official announcement.  Read Full Story
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The Fat Lady Sings: Fed to Buy $300 Billion of Longer-Term Treasuries News Link  •  Federal Reserve
The Fat Lady Sings: Fed to Buy $300 Billion of Longer-Term Treasuries
03-18-2009  •  Bloomberg.com 
The Federal Reserve said it will buy $300 billion in Treasury securities and acquire more mortgage and agency debt in an effort to bolster housing and hasten the end of the recession.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jack Gregson
More on BadPhoenixCops.com Raid by Phoenix Police Feature Article  •  Arizona's Top News
More on BadPhoenixCops.com Raid by Phoenix Police
Powell Gammill
   Following up on yesterday's story: (PHX PD email) "Frankly [Detective] Dave Barnes is a repeat offender...Mark my words, if Dave is dealt with, others will think twice about [crime] lab bashing." So he was.
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