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Date Sent: 2009-07-08
Freedom's Phoenix Global Edition for Wednesday, July 8, 2009 AM edition
 
Federal Web sites hit hard by July 4th cyber attacks -- Rove deposed over US Attorney firings

Google Unveils a PC Operating System -- Iran stocks up on censorship tools -- Tax on health benefits causing second thoughts -- NY jury rules for ex-CEO Greenberg in AIG legal battle -- Judge denies bid to move GM appeal to higher court -- California IOU holders may turn to check cashers -- Is Texas Harboring Torture Decider? - by Ray McGovern -- Fed is Lying about Money Supply -- US Occupation of Iraq Continues Unabated -- How to Communicate Securely in Repressive Environments -- "The Age Of Despotism"- by Chuck Baldwin -- US Special Forces involvement in 19 Latin American countries including Honduras -- Sheriff Mack Speaks Out In Favor Of Gun Rights And Second Amendment -- Deutsche Bank to Sell New York Tower for 65% Off -- Talk of a 2nd Stimulus Package is Rearing it's Head -- Delinquencies on U.S. Home-Equity Loans Reach Record

 

Federal Web sites hit hard by cyber attacks News Link  •  Revolutions, Rebellions & Uprisings
Federal Web sites hit hard by cyber attacks
07-07-2009  •  AP 
A widespread and unusually resilient computer attack that began July 4 knocked out the Web sites of several government agencies, including some that are responsible for fighting cyber crime, The Associated Press has learned.The Treasury Department, Secret Service, Federal Trade Commission and Transportation Department Web sites were all down at varying points over the holiday weekend and into this
 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Rove deposed News Link  •  Bush Administration
Rove deposed " over eight hour period " in US Attorney firings
07-07-2009  •  RawStory.com 
Judiciary Chairman won’t comment on what was asked, said   Former Bush White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove was deposed by lawyers for the House Judiciary Committee, Judiciary Chairman John Conyers (D-MI) said in an interview Tuesday.   Rove’s deposition took place over a period of some eight and a half hours, beginning at 10 a.m. and ending around 6:30 p.m, ET " and the lawyers took several breaks, Conyers said.   Conyers wouldn’t say what Rove told investigators or whether Rove would appear before his committee again.   “He was deposed today,” Conyers said in an interview with Politico. “That’s all I can tell you.”    Read Full Story
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Google Unveils a PC Operating System News Link  •  Technology: Software
Google Unveils a PC Operating System
07-07-2009  •  NY Times 
In a direct challenge to Microsoft, Google announced late Tuesday that it is developing an operating system for PCs based on its Chrome Web browser.
 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Iran stocks up on censorship tools News Link  •  Iran
Iran stocks up on censorship tools
07-07-2009  •  Reuters 

When Iranian protesters used internet services like Twitter to gain global attention they also reminded the world that oppressive regimes continue to buy or build technologies to enforce censorship.

Clothilde Le Coz, director of internet research for Reporters Without Borders, says Iran is second only to China in the extent and sophistication of its efforts to stifle dissent online.

“The Iranian government said last year that it was blocking 5 million websites,” Le Coz said in a telephone interview. “They brag about what they can do, perhaps to intimidate their opponents.”

  
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Purpose of Bat's Weird Nose Explained News Link  •  Science, Medicine and Technology
Purpose of Bat's Weird Nose Explained
07-07-2009  •  LiveScience 

Scientists may have solved the mystery of a bat with an extremely large nose, according to a new study. The oversized feature could help the bat sharpen its sonar.

The Bourret's horseshoe bat, or Rhinolophus paradoxolophus, was discovered 58 years ago in Southeast Asia and named for its strange facial trait. The bat has a roughly 9-millimeter-long nose (a third of an inch), while other species of horseshoe bats have a nose that is about half that size, said researcher Rolf Mueller, an associate professor of mechanical engineering at Virginia Tech and director of the Bio-inspired Technology Laboratory in Danville, Va.

"This nose is so much larger
 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Tax on health benefits causing second thoughts, dimming prospects for bipartisan overhaul bill News Link  •  Healthcare Industry
Tax on health benefits causing second thoughts, dimming prospects for bipartisan overhaul bill
07-07-2009  •  AP 
Senate Democratic leaders rebelled Tuesday against a proposed tax on health insurance benefits, raising fresh doubts about the prospects for bipartisan legislation on President Barack Obama's top domestic priority. The discontent surfaced as the White House and Vice President Joe Biden readied a triumphant announcement for
 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
NY jury rules for ex-CEO Greenberg in AIG legal battle News Link  •  Corruption
NY jury rules for ex-CEO Greenberg in AIG legal battle
07-07-2009  •  Reuters 
A company run by former AIG CEO Maurice "Hank" Greenberg did not plunder billions from a retirement fund, a jury ruled, dashing the bailed-out insurer's chances of collecting $4.3 billion in damages.

American International Group Inc took Starr International Co, a private company run by Greenberg, to court in an effort to recover millions of shares held by Starr and get compensation for stock sold.

  
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Judge denies bid to move GM appeal to higher court News Link  •  Corruption
Judge denies bid to move GM appeal to higher court
07-07-2009  •  Reuters 
A U.S. bankruptcy judge refused on Tuesday to allow a group of individuals claiming to have been harmed by General Motors Corp vehicles to appeal directly to a U.S. federal appeals court against the sale of the automaker's assets.

Judge Robert Gerber of federal bankruptcy court in Manhattan also rejected a request by a group of asbestos claimants to stay the sale of GM to a group led by the U.S. Treasury.

  
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
California IOU holders may turn to check cashers News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
California IOU holders may turn to check cashers
07-07-2009  •  Reuters 
California "IOU" recipients can turn to credit unions and check-cashing storefronts if a state budget deal does not appear by Friday and if three major banks refuse to accepting the notes beyond Friday as planned, analysts said on Tuesday.
 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Is Texas Harboring Torture Decider? Opinion  •  Bush Administration
Ray McGovern: My Take
Is Texas Harboring Torture Decider?
07-07-2009
Ray McGovern
   Editor’s Note: Prior to giving a series of talks in Texas later this week, the author offered the following op-ed to the Dallas Morning News and the Fort-Worth Star-Telegram. Both newspapers in George W. Bush’s home state turned it down.

Seldom does a crime scene have so clear a smoking gun. A two-page presidential memorandum of Feb. 7, 2002, leaves no room for uncertainty regarding the “decider” on torture. His broad-stroke signature made torture official policy.

This should come as no surprise. You see, the Feb. 7, 2002, memorandum has been posted on the Web since June 22, 2004, when then-White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales mistakenly released it, along with other White House memoranda.

The title seemed innocent enough " “Humane Treatment of al Qaeda and Taliban Detainees” " but in the body of the memo President George W. Bush authorized his senior aides to withhold Geneva Convention protections from suspected al-Qaeda and Taliban detain

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Fed is Lying about Money Supply News Link  •  Federal Reserve
Fed is Lying about Money Supply
07-07-2009  •  Mises.org 
The current figure for money supply is being given as $1.6 trillion. The actual number is $2.34 trillion. The reported number is equivalent to an increase of 16% over the past year. The actual number is equivalent to an increase of 70% over the past year.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Trouser Chili
Dear President Bush, Opinion  •  Bush Administration
Ray McGovern: My Take
Dear President Bush,
07-07-2009
Ray McGovern
  

Dear President Bush,

With this note I hope to make sure you know that I have been invited by the Dallas Peace Center to lecture next Thursday evening, July 9, at a dinner at FunAsia in Richardson.  You and Mrs. Bush are cordially invited.

In my remarks I plan to focus on the subject of torture.  I shall draw on my thirty years in Army Intelligence and the CIA, as well as a lifetime of trying to follow Jesus of Nazareth.  I will take issue with your decision of February 7, 2002 that the Geneva Convention Relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War (August 12, 1949) does not apply to al Qaeda and Taliban detainees; and I will explore the implications of that decision.

Somehow it seemed not quite proper to come to Dallas without letting you know this in advance.  I also wanted to tell you that I would welcome a chance to discuss these issues with you"either privately or, better still, at the dinner itself.

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HR 2749: Totalitarian Control of the Food Supply News Link  •  Food
HR 2749: Totalitarian Control of the Food Supply
07-07-2009  •  foodfreedom.wordpress.com 
A new food safety bill is on the fast track in Congress-HR 2749, the Food Safety Enhancement Act of 2009.  The bill needs to be stopped.


HR 2749 gives FDA tremendous power while significantly diminishing existing judicial restraints on actions taken by the agency.  The bill would impose a one-size-fits-all regulatory scheme on small farms and local artisanal producers; and it would disproportionately impact their operations for the worse.

  
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Food Stocks Look Good News Link  •  Food
Food Stocks Look Good
07-07-2009  •  LewRockwell.com 

BREADBASKET FOR THE WORLD

In 233 years the world population has swollen from less than a billion to almost seven billion. The Japan Times reports that Canada produces 145% more calories of food than it consumes and the United States is close with 128% while the island nation of Japan has recently dipped to 39%.

 
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US Occupation of Iraq Continues Unabated News Link  •  WAR: About that War
US Occupation of Iraq Continues Unabated
07-07-2009  •  Dahr Jamail 
    "Political language is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind."
- George Orwell       On July 4 in Baghdad, Vice President Joe Biden, who campaigned with Barack Obama on a platform of ending the occupation of Iraq, found himself in one of former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein's lavish buildings, the Al-Faw Palace. While one of Saddam Hussein's thrones sat on the side of the room, Biden presided over a swearing-in ceremony for 237 soldiers, who were becoming US citizens. Speaking of the ceremony, Biden said, "We did it in Saddam's palace, and I can think of nothing better. That S.O.B. is rolling over in his grave right now." Perhaps the irony of both the scene and his statement were lost to Biden. For if Saddam Hussein was rolling in his grave, the reason would have less to do with one of his pala 
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China's Urumqi city in chaos as mobs vow revenge News Link  •  China
China's Urumqi city in chaos as mobs vow revenge
07-07-2009  •  RawStory.com 
Police on Tuesday fired tear gas to disperse thousands of Han Chinese protesters armed with makeshift weapons and vowing revenge, as chaos gripped this flashpoint city riven by ethnic tensions. Authorities ordered a night curfew and thousands of heavily armed police deployed across Urumqi, the capital of China's remote northwest Xinjiang region. But tensions spiked dramatically following weekend clashes that claimed at least 156 lives. Authorities said they had arrested 1,434 suspects, accusing them of murder, assault, looting and burning during attacks by Muslim Uighurs against the Han, China's dominant ethnic group who are seen in Xinjiang as oppressors. But despite the security clampdown involving police with submachine guns, shotguns and batons, mobs of Han Chinese marched through Urumqi -- with many wielding bricks, chains and poles and bent on reprisals against Uighurs. "The Uighurs came to our area to smash things, now we are going to their area t  Read Full Story
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Russian Scientists Warn Of Genetically Modified Fast Food Link To Pandemic Flu News Link  •  Food
Russian Scientists Warn Of Genetically Modified Fast Food Link To Pandemic Flu
07-07-2009  •  whatdoesitmean.com 
(Publisher: UNCONFIRMED - This story has started to hit the Internet on various sites that I am not that familiar with. So do some more research before forwarding as fact)     Scientists from Russia’s Ministry of Health are warning in a secret report to Prime Minister Putin that they have discovered a ‘critical link’ between the H1N1 influenza (Swine Flu) virus and genetically modified amylopectin potatoes that are consumed in massive quantities nearly exclusively by Westerners and sold in fast food restaurants as French Fries. 

According to these reports, the protease enzyme genetically modified in the potatoes being sold through Western fast food restaurants as French Fries to protect against Potato virus X causes an “explosive” replication of the H1N1 influenza virus by increasing the acidic conditions of the endosome and causing the hemagglutinin protein  to rapidly fuse the viral envelope with the vacuole's membrane, then causing the M2 i  Read Full Story
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Obama Adviser Says U.S. Should Mull Second Stimulus News Link  •  Obama Administration
Obama Adviser Says U.S. Should Mull Second Stimulus
07-07-2009  •  Bloomberg.com 

July 7 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. should consider drafting a second stimulus package focusing on infrastructure projects because the $787 billion approved in February was “a bit too small,” said Laura Tyson, an outside adviser to President Barack Obama.

The current plan “will have a positive effect, but the real economy is a sicker patient,” Tyson said in a speech in Singapore today. The package will have a more pronounced impact in the third and fourth quarters, she added, stressing that she was speaking for herself and not the administration.

Tyson’s comments contrast with remarks made two days ago by Vice President Joe Biden and fellow Obama adviser Austan Goolsbee, who said it was premature to discuss crafting another stimulus because the current measures have yet to fully take effect. The government is facing criticism that the first package was rolled out too slowly and failed to stop unemployment from soaring to the highest in almost 26 years.   Read Full Story
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Lab-made sperm could make men redundant... News Link  •  Science, Medicine and Technology
Lab-made sperm could make men redundant...
07-07-2009  •  www.metro.co.uk/news 
Women who say they don't need a man may well be right " after human sperm was created in the lab.

The breakthrough could give hope to infertile couples and men left unable to have children after having cancer treatment.

But don't worry guys, the scientists who created the sperm using stem cells don't plan to take you out of the baby-making process just yet.

 
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Who Was Ayn Rand?  Do You Want To Know?  News Link  •  Philosophy: Objectivism
Who Was Ayn Rand? Do You Want To Know?
07-07-2009  •  ellenspace.net 
Submitted for your approval is a transcript of her 1964 Playboy Magazine interview.  Ms. Rand understood mankind as well as anyone, and this interview is far more relevant today than it was when it was first published.  Read Full Story
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Shreveport Citizens Disarmed By Police For 2nd Amendment Bumper Stickers News Link  •  Gun Rights
Shreveport Citizens Disarmed By Police For 2nd Amendment Bumper Stickers
07-07-2009  •  Argue With Everyone 
Welcome to Shreveport: Your rights are now suspended.
According to Cedric Glover, mayor of Shreveport, Louisiana, his cops “have a power that the President of these United States does not have”: His cops can take away your rights.    
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Paying the Piper: Extend and Pretend - Request to Amend - Send the Keys News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Paying the Piper: Extend and Pretend - Request to Amend - Send the Keys
07-07-2009  •  CalculatedRiskblog.com 
 I don't see the leverage coming back, and I don't see the consumption of good and services coming back. Bryan Marsal, CEO of Lehman Brothers Holdings. This CNBC interview gets interesting at the 18 min. mark...   Read Full Story
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How to Communicate Securely in Repressive Environments News Link  •  Communications
How to Communicate Securely in Repressive Environments
07-07-2009  •  iRevolution 
In order to remain on the offensive against repressive regimes, nonviolent civil resistance movements need to ensure they are up to speed on digital security, if only for defense purposes. [this list will humble you]
 
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Ruins of the Second Gilded Age News Link  •  Housing
Ruins of the Second Gilded Age
07-07-2009  •  NY Times Magazine 
Interesting slide show of a professional photographer's take on the real estate bust across the US. 2 of the subjects are from the Phoenix area.   GREENLEAF SUBDIVISION Mortgage fraud rose to new heights nationally during the real estate boom, aided by lenient lending rules and lax oversight. For this subdivision in Dawsonville, Ga., a suburb of Atlanta, an appraiser and a developer together created false documents that led a California bank to offer nearly $5 million in mortgages for 15 homes " houses that were neither finished nor ready for occupancy. Out-of-state investors, relying on the false appraisals, purchased the properties, usually sight-unseen. The developer, Jeffery Alan Teague, was arrested after an F.B.I. investigation and is now serving more than 15 years in prison. The home buyers " many of whom most likely intended to flip the properties without ever seeing them " are now stuck with a nearly worthless asset. The neighborhood has become a d  Read Full Story
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My experience with the cross-country Ride For Honesty in Arizona. Feature Article  •  Activism
My experience with the cross-country Ride For Honesty in Arizona.
Found Zero
   First off, let me say my experience was short and sweet. There's my odd work schedule, there's the inevitable varueries of the timing and schedule of a bike ride and twice as inevitable communication challenges. By the time I established a firm idea of where they were and where they were going to be, I was able to jet up and catch them in Ash Fork, a tiny little town on I-40 East of Flagstaff.   Now I say "them" and "they" because Mike the Liberty Rider isn't alone on his journey through Arizona. Three Arizona activists and a motorhome accompany him. So as I'm exiting the highway at Ash Fork I raise Ed on the cell and Ed says they are about 11 miles East of Ash Fork, so I have some waiting to do until they get here.   Right then Tom Costanzo goes pedalling along right in front of me on the highway. So I get back on the other way, overtake Tom, pull over and talk to him for a bit. He'd broken out in front of the pack and was placidl
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Opinion  •  Philosophy: Political
Food For Thought
"The Age Of Despotism"
07-07-2009
Chuck Baldwin
   This past Independence Day weekend, my friend, LCDR (Retired) Guy Cunningham, delivered an outstanding address here in Pensacola, Florida, in which he said that America is now in "The Age of Perfidy."

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US Special Forces involvement in 19 Latin American countries including Honduras, (Leaked Document) News Link  •  Military
US Special Forces involvement in 19 Latin American countries including Honduras, (Leaked Document)
07-07-2009  •  American Resistance Movement 
This confidential US Special Forces (7th, US Southern Command), briefing dated 17 May 2009 was created for Florida Congressman Miller. Although unclassified, it specifies a For Official Use Only (FOUO) distribution restriction.On page 7 of the document, it is proudly proclaimed that the 7h Special Forces Group has conducted missions in every Latin American country.     Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jim Stachowiak
Sheriff Mack Speaks Out In Favor Of Gun Rights And Second Amendment News Link  •  Gun Rights
Sheriff Mack Speaks Out In Favor Of Gun Rights And Second Amendment
07-07-2009  •  http://oneumbrellaforliberty.com 
Very important that you watch the full interview. Sheriff Mack's new book The County Sheriff - America's Last Hope presents a plan with which we can avert catastrophe brought about by domestic enemies in the federal government. The full interview can be seen at Action For Liberty Website  Read Full Story
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Jane Burgermeister: Interview on Swine Flu Depopulation News Link  •  Conspiracies
Jane Burgermeister: Interview on Swine Flu Depopulation
07-07-2009  •  Dprogram.net 
The following is a four-part interview of Jane Burgermeister along with the documents she distributes so that others can do the same thing she is doing. And that is " exposing the filth at the highest levels of government for the vermin that they are.  Read Full Story
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Deutsche Bank to Sell New York Tower for 65 Percent Off News Link  •  Drugs and Medications
Deutsche Bank to Sell New York Tower for 65 Percent Off
07-07-2009  •  Bloomberg.com 
 “This will be the largest transaction of the year in Manhattan, and hopefully it will help jumpstart the market again,” said Dan Fasulo, managing director of research at Real Capital...  Read Full Story
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Multiple Sources: Talk of a 2nd Stimulus Package is Rearing it's Head News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Multiple Sources: Talk of a 2nd Stimulus Package is Rearing it's Head
07-07-2009  •  Bloomberg.com 
 “We need to be open to whether or not we need additional action” to stimulate the U.S. economy, House Democratic leader Steny Hoyer told reporters today in Washington.  Read Full Story
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Delinquencies on U.S. Home-Equity Loans Reach Record News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Delinquencies on U.S. Home-Equity Loans Reach Record
07-07-2009  •  Bloomberg.com 
 “The number one driver of delinquencies is job losses, which we’ve seen build and build,” James Chessen, of the American Bankers Association.   Read Full Story
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