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Date Sent: 2009-07-01
Freedom's Phoenix Global Edition for Wednesday, July 1, 2009 PM edition
 
California Senate adjourns without a budget; IOUs start today -- Uranium Found on the Moon

HB 1388 PASSED -- Market Manipulation: Goldman's domination of the Principal Program Trading -- Gerald Celente: 'Obamageddon - 2012' -- Inflamed CNBC host calls bloggers ‘digital dickweeds’ -- Thriving in the Age of Collapse - Dmitry Orlov -- Denninger: Conspiracy To Hide Bubble-Formation -- AIG To Repay US $183B; Also, Pigs Soon to Fly -- Constructon Spending Declines in May -- Updated: Case-Shiller 100-Year Housing Chart -- Federal agents hunt for guns, one house at a time -- Probe fingers 1,800 American Apparel workers -- New Radar Aims to Detect Illegal Tunnels on U.S. Border -- Russian gambling halls shut down in most cities -- OAS sends Honduras an ultimatum after coup -- Key in Afghanistan: Economy, Not Military -- NKorean ship headed back to north -- LAPD: No Officers Fired for May Day Rally Beatings
 
AZ: Tomorrow breakfast, Frank Rickey on Government Coercion


 

Feature Article  •  Government
HB 1388 PASSED
Morpheus Titania
   Whether you are an Obama fan, or not, EVERYONE IN THE U. S. needs to know....

Something happened... H.R. 1388 was passed yesterday, behind our
backs. You may want to read about it.  It wasn't mentioned on the
news... just went by on the ticker tape at the bottom of the CNN
screen.

Obama funds $20M in tax payer dollars to immigrate Hamas Refugees to the USA . This is the news that didn' t make the headlines...


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Market Manipulation: Goldman's domination of the Principal Program Trading News Link  •  Corruption
Market Manipulation: Goldman's domination of the Principal Program Trading
07-01-2009  •  Zerohedge.blogspot.com/ 
 There is intervention, there is manipulation going on. No one has exact proof of what is going on but it's out there, and the real liquidity has been gone for a while. People don't understand, the liquidity is not coming back."  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jack Gregson
Gerald Celente: 'Obamageddon - 2012' News Link  •  Obama Administration
Gerald Celente: 'Obamageddon - 2012'
07-01-2009  •  Youtube.com 
 Gerald Celente speaks his mind.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jack Gregson
Inflamed CNBC host calls bloggers ‘digital dickweeds’ News Link  •  Media: Television
Inflamed CNBC host calls bloggers ‘digital dickweeds’
07-01-2009  •  RawStory.com 
 A livid Kneale described bloggers he alleges have dubbed him “irritating,” “unwatchable,” “Beaker,” “super dipshit” and “clueless” and purportedly compare his show to a Saturday Night Live skit. Some of it, he says, is funny.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jack Gregson
Thriving in the Age of Collapse - Dmitry Orlov News Link  •  Activism
Thriving in the Age of Collapse - Dmitry Orlov
07-01-2009  •  Dmitry Orlov 

My premise is that the U.S. economy is going to collapse, that this process has already begun, and will run its course over a decade or more, with ups and downs here and there, but a consistent overall downward direction. I neither prognosticate nor wish for such an outcome; I just happen to see it as very likely. Furthermore, I do not see it as altogether bad. There are some terrible aspects to the current state of affairs, and some wonderful aspects to the post-collapse environment. For example, the air will be much cleaner, there will be no traffic jams, and people will have plenty of time to devote to their children and to people within their immediate community. Wildlife will rebound. Local culture will make a comeback. People will get plenty of exercise walking around, carrying things, and performing manual labor. They will eat smaller and healthier diets. I could go on and on, but that is not the point. (Dmitry Orlov)

  
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Reported by: Barbara Peterson
Denninger: Conspiracy To Hide Bubble-Formation News Link  •  Corruption
Denninger: Conspiracy To Hide Bubble-Formation
07-01-2009  •  Market-ticker.denninger.net 
 Should the public come to believe that the NYSE has turned into nothing more than a gigantic pump-and-dump scheme operated by a handful of banks trading between themselves the consequences could be catastrophic.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jack Gregson
AIG To Repay US $183B; Also, Pigs Soon to Fly News Link  •  Propaganda
AIG To Repay US $183B; Also, Pigs Soon to Fly
07-01-2009  •  Ritholtz.com/blog 
 Now, with their reputation in tatters and their revenues cut in half, their “Enterprise Value” at a mere $91 billion, and a market cap at just over $3 billion, they are going to pay back $182.5 billion? I’m not holding my breath . . .   Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jack Gregson
Constructon Spending Declines in May News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Constructon Spending Declines in May
07-01-2009  •  CalculatedRiskblog.com 
 Nonresidential spending is off 3.3% on a year-over-year basis, and will turn strongly negative as projects are completed. Residential construction spending is still declining YoY...  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jack Gregson
Updated: Case-Shiller 100-Year Housing Chart News Link  •  Housing
Updated: Case-Shiller 100-Year Housing Chart
07-01-2009  •  Ritholtz.com/blog 
 Yesterday, we discussed why the Case Shiller Index, which fell 18%, was not yet cause for celebration.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jack Gregson
Federal agents hunt for guns, one house at a time News Link  •  Gun Rights
Federal agents hunt for guns, one house at a time
07-01-2009  •  Houston Chronicle 
In front of a run-down shack in north Houston, federal agents step from a government sedan into 102-degree heat and face a critical question: How can the woman living here buy four high-end handguns in one day?
 
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Reported by: Jet Lacey
News Link  •  Internet
"Neuromancer" at 25: What It Got Right, What It Got Wrong
07-01-2009  •  PC World 
The novel, published on July 1, 1984, predicted the World Wide Web, cyberspace, and a lot of other things. Which of William Gibson's predictions have come true, and which still seem far off?
 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Probe fingers 1,800 American Apparel workers News Link  •  Immigration
Probe fingers 1,800 American Apparel workers
07-01-2009  •  Reuters 
A U.S. federal probe has found that about a third of American Apparel's factory workers in the Los Angeles area had supplied suspect or invalid records and were not authorized to work in the United States.

The findings deal a blow to the corporation's image as a proponent of immigration reform.

 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Uranium Found on the Moon News Link  •  Space Travel and Exploration
Uranium Found on the Moon
07-01-2009  •  Space 
The Japanese Kaguya spacecraft, which was launched in 2007, detected uranium with a gamma-ray spectrometer. Scientists are using the instrument to create maps of the moon's surface composition, showing the presence of thorium, potassium, oxygen, magnesium, silicon, calcium, titanium and iron.
 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
NASA: Expect 'Spectacular' Views of Space Station This Weekend News Link  •  Space Travel and Exploration
NASA: Expect 'Spectacular' Views of Space Station This Weekend
07-01-2009  •  Space 
Over the 4th of July weekend, Americans will have "spectacular views" of the International Space Station as it makes several passes over the country.
The space station orbits Earth every 90 minutes in a constantly changing pattern. It is brighter than any stars in the sky right now, typically visible near dawn and just after dusk, weather permitting.  
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Snake Tricks Fish to Swim Into Its Mouth News Link  •  Science, Medicine and Technology
Snake Tricks Fish to Swim Into Its Mouth
07-01-2009  •  LiveScience 
A small water snake has developed a sneaky trick: It startles fish into swimming right into its mouth.

The tentacled snake has the trick so down pat that after scaring the fish, the snake aims and chomps down in a certain location where it knows the fish will soon be. The snake doesn't even have to track its prey.

  
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
New Radar Aims to Detect Illegal Tunnels on U.S. Border News Link  •  Homeland Security
New Radar Aims to Detect Illegal Tunnels on U.S. Border
07-01-2009  •  LiveScience 
Radar technology could help U.S. border patrol agents spot underground tunnels dug by human smugglers and drug traffickers along the border, according to the Department of Homeland Security.

Tunnel diggers have been hard at work along the U.S. border in recent days and months, the agency knows. Of every tunnel ever found by a patrol agent, 60 percent were discovered in the last three years, and patrollers spot a new one every month.
 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Russian gambling halls shut down in most cities News Link  •  World News
Russian gambling halls shut down in most cities
07-01-2009  •  AP 
Thousands of casinos, slot-machine parlors and betting halls across Russia shut down, complying with sweeping new restrictions that require all gambling business to relocate to four remote regions of the country.

The law put 400,000 people out of work at a time when Russia's economic crisis is deepening and unemployment is rising.

  
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
OAS sends Honduras an ultimatum after coup News Link  •  World News
OAS sends Honduras an ultimatum after coup
07-01-2009  •  Reuters 
Honduras faced growing pressure to reinstate ousted President Manuel Zelaya on Wednesday after the Organization of American States set a 72-hour deadline to end a crisis triggered by a military coup.
 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Key in Afghanistan: Economy, Not Military News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Key in Afghanistan: Economy, Not Military
07-01-2009  •  Washington Post 
National security adviser James L. Jones told U.S. military commanders here last week that the Obama administration wants to hold troop levels here flat for now, and focus instead on carrying out the previously approved strategy of increased economic development, improved governance and participation by the Afghan military and civilians in the conflict.
 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Arizona Senate OKs immigration enforcement bill News Link  •  Immigration
Arizona Senate OKs immigration enforcement bill
07-01-2009  •  AP 
[We're issuing IOUs, but we can ban  immigration (again).]

The Arizona Senate's approved a bill to enable state and local police officers to help enforce immigration laws and to make it a crime for illegal immigrants to be in the state.

The bill would prohibit state, county or local public officials from adopting policies that limit full enforcement of federal immigration law.

 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
NKorean ship headed back to north News Link  •  Foreign Policy
NKorean ship headed back to north
07-01-2009  •  AP 
U.S. officials said Tuesday that a North Korean ship has turned around and is headed back toward the north where it came from, after being tracked for more than a week by American Navy vessels on suspicion of carrying illegal weapons.
 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
LAPD: No Officers Fired for May Day Rally Beatings News Link  •  Law Enforcers or Peace Officers
LAPD: No Officers Fired for May Day Rally Beatings
07-01-2009  •  AP 
Officials say none of the Los Angeles police officers who pummeled protesters with batons and opened fire with rubber bullets at a 2007 pro-immigration rally will be fired.
 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
California Senate adjourns without a budget; IOUs start today News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
California Senate adjourns without a budget; IOUs start today
07-01-2009  •  LA Times 
With a day to go until a cash crisis would force the state to stop paying its bills, lawmakers and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger worked into the night Tuesday but failed to reach a budget agreement.
The state Senate voted several times as midnight approached in a last-ditch effort to approve $3.3 billion in cuts to education and other programs and stave off, at least temporarily, the IOUs that California Controller John Chiang is set to begin issuing Thursday in lieu of some payments.
 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Michael Hudson's Feature Article  •  Imperialism
Michael Hudson's "Super Imperialism:" - The Economic Strategy of Imperial America
Stephen Lendman
   How imperial America rules.
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Health Insurance Rigging News Link  •  Healthcare Industry
Health Insurance Rigging
07-01-2009  •  arclein 
This report describes part of the problem. The other part is that the billing and finance system is rigged to siphon a large piece of the cash flow away from the health industry unnecessarily into the hands of capital providers. The immediate result is that the top third is paying twice what the service should cost, the middle third is been rationed and the bottom third is told to go whistle.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Robert Klein
Colorado Government Forces Those in Love To Help Those Who Aren’t News Link  •  Government
Colorado Government Forces Those in Love To Help Those Who Aren’t
06-30-2009  •  Christine Smith's Blog 
Government uses all kids of reasons to justify taxation and regulation, but all that aside, I was just totally appalled and disgusted at the depths they’ve gone to in Colorado.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Christine Smith
Police In Phoenix Raid A Church?... well almost - By: William Raymond Feature Article  •  Religion: Believers
Police In Phoenix Raid A Church?... well almost - By: William Raymond
Ernest Hancock
          With regards to the Harvest Christian Fellowship, I would strenuously suggest that the pastor immediately divest himself of his corporate status if he no longer wishes Caesar to be his lord.  The hard cold facts are, because this group chose to incorporate, their identity is no longer that of a church under Christ, but rather a corporation under Caesar.  And that's the law, both God's and mans!  
(Publisher: Render unto Caesar that which is Caesar's?... Well, I have to ask, Does Caesar think that there is anything that isn't his?)

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MN SUPREMES: FRANKEN WON U.S. SENATE RACE; UPDATE: IT'S OVER, COLEMAN CONCEDES! News Link  •  Politics: Democratic Campaigns
MN SUPREMES: FRANKEN WON U.S. SENATE RACE; UPDATE: IT'S OVER, COLEMAN CONCEDES!
06-30-2009  •  BradBlog.com 
The Minnesota Supreme Court has just ruled that Democrat Al Franken will be the state's next U.S. Senator bringing the months long contest against former Republican Sen. Norm Coleman.

The decision was a unanimous 5 to 0 ruling, finding that Franken was "entitled" to be certified by the state's Republican Gov. Tim Pawlenty, and its Democratic Secretary of State Mark Ritchie.

Pawlenty has recently said he would sign the certification for Franken, if ordered to do so by the MN Supremes. The state requires a signature for certification from both the Governor and the Sec. of State before Congress members may be seated. State law also allows for all election contests to be settled in the state before certification is signed.

  
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Family, Famous Friends Attend Ed McMahon Memorial News Link  •  Entertainment: Television (TV)
Family, Famous Friends Attend Ed McMahon Memorial
6/29/09  •  eonline 
You didn't have to search far to find stars paying tribute to Ed McMahon on Sunday. The memorial service for Tonight Show's second banana, who died last Tuesday, was held at the Church of the Hills at Forest Lawn Memorial Parks and Mortuaries in the Hollywood Hills and included more than 200 friends and family members, his wife, Pamela, his five children and his grandchildren among them, Entertainment Tonight reports.  Read Full Story
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Fawcett's family and friends say goodbye News Link  •  Entertainment: Movies
Fawcett's family and friends say goodbye
6/30/09  •  CNN 
Friends and family of actress Farrah Fawcett -- including longtime partner Ryan O'Neal and their son Redmond, who was temporarily freed from jail for the service -- gathered Tuesday to say goodbye. Fawcett, the blond-maned actress whose best-selling poster and "Charlie's Angels" stardom made her one of the most famous faces in the world, died Thursday. She was 62, and had suffered from anal cancer off and on for three years.  Read Full Story
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Reverse Mortgages Leave Seniors at Risk, GAO Says News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Reverse Mortgages Leave Seniors at Risk, GAO Says
6/30/09  •  The Washington Post 
The Department of Housing and Urban Development has left elderly borrowers vulnerable to abusive lending practices because of shortcomings in programs that offer reverse mortgages, according to a report released yesterday by the Government Accountability Office. Reverse mortgages, which are usually backed by HUD's Federal Housing Administration, enable seniors to withdraw equity from their homes. The loan and the accumulated interest do not have to be paid back until the owner dies or sells the home. But the upfront costs are substantial....  Read Full Story
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Treason? What is that? News Link  •  Corruption
Treason? What is that?
06-29-2009  •  Linda Hunnicutt 
TREASON: A crime that undermines the offenders government disloyalty by virtue of subversive behavior treachery: an act of deliberate betrayal Treason is an act of disloyalty or betrayal of trust to your own government. Examples of treason include assassination of a state figure, fighting against your own nation in a war, assisting enemy combatants, or passing vital government information to the enemy. Historically, treason has been severely punished, because an act of treason can destroy a nation. In the modern day, a conviction of treason is accompanied at a minimum by a long jail sentence and a heavy fine, and may merit the death penalty under certain circumstances.  Read Full Story
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Feature Article  •  Activism
Liberty Rider prepares himself for the NM and AZ passages, this man does not know the desert.
Found Zero
   Liberty Rider Mike has pedaled his bicycle all across America to spread the message of freedom and liberty but I don't think he's encountered anything like the Sonoran desert yet.

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Ride for Liberty, Ride for Honesty Feature Article  •  Revolutions, Rebellions & Uprisings
Ride for Liberty, Ride for Honesty
Drew
   The r3VOLution is in full swing, get on your bike and ride for Liberty! http://www.freedomsphoenix.com http://libertyrider.com/ god speed Michael! 

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So starts the Kokesh R3VOLution Feature Article  •  Revolutions, Rebellions & Uprisings
So starts the Kokesh R3VOLution
Drew
   Join us in New Mexico as we drop a sign bomb and let the people know the R3volution is still alive and well.
http://www.FreedomsPhoenix.com http://www.KokeshRevolution.com or chip in @ http://www.donate2camerafraud.com, http://www.wearechangearizona.com

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Thurs. Breakfast: Frank Rickey speaking on Feature Article  •  Events: Arizona
Thurs. Breakfast: Frank Rickey speaking on "Individualism by Thoreau"
Powell Gammill
   (The Arizona Breakfast Club's own) Frank Rickey presents "Individualism by Thoreau": To what Extent can Government Legitimately Compel Individuals to Act Against their Own Free Will?

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