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Date Sent: 2009-07-19
Freedom's Phoenix Global Edition for Monday, July 20, 2009 AM edition
 
TARP watchdog: Treasury lacks bank data -- DHS chief accused of using no-fly list for payback

John Mauldin: Europe on the Brink -- Ralph Nader’s Sweatshops -- 500,000 Will Exhaust Unemployment Benefits by September, 1.5 Million by Year-End -- Barry Ritholtz: 7 Reasons Why Housing Isn't Bottoming Yet -- Court rips San Carlos cops who broke into home -- D.C. Area Officers Subject of FBI Probe -- Border Patrol Agents Continue Harassing Bus Riders in Washington State -- Big Brother Switzerland: real-time Internet interception to start on August 1, 2009 -- Woman charged with child pornography for taking photos of herself breastfeeding! -- Mobius Says Derivatives, Stimulus to Spark New Crisis -- America Still Supporting Torture . . . But in That Other War -- Hillary Clinton says government directed by Council on Foreign Relations -- Ron Paul Questions Fed Governor Elizabeth Duke at Financial Services Hearing 7/16/09 -- Town on SF Bay wants to photograph every car

 

TARP watchdog says Treasury lacking bank data News Link  •  Obama Administration
TARP watchdog says Treasury lacking bank data
07-19-2009  •  thehill.com/ 
 The top watchdog over the financial bailout package said the Treasury Department is rejecting "common sense" by not requiring banks receiving billions of dollars in government money to say how they are using the money.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jack Gregson
DHS chief accused of using no-fly list for political payback News Link  •  Homeland Security
DHS chief accused of using no-fly list for political payback
07-19-2009  •  The Register 
Arizona’s state treasurer is not-so-subtly accusing President Obama’s Homeland Security chief of abusing America’s “no-fly” list to satisfy a personal vendetta against him.     Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jim Stachowiak
Cashing In, Again, on Risky Mortgages News Link  •  Housing
Cashing In, Again, on Risky Mortgages
07-19-2009  •  NY Times 
From the ninth floor of a downtown office building on Wilshire Boulevard, Jack Soussana delivered staggering numbers of mortgages to homeowners during the real estate boom, amassing a fortune.    By Mr. Soussana’s own account, his customers fared less happily. He specialized in the exotic mortgages that have proved most prone to sliding into foreclosure, leaving many now scrambling to save their homes.   Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
N. Korea's Hard-Labor Camps: On the Diplomatic Back Burner News Link  •  World News
N. Korea's Hard-Labor Camps: On the Diplomatic Back Burner
07-19-2009  •  Washington Post 
Images and accounts of the North Korean gulag become sharper, more harrowing and more accessible with each passing year. Most work 12- to 15-hour days until they die of malnutrition-related illnesses, usually around the age of 50. Allowed just one set of clothes, they live and die in rags, without soap, socks, underclothes or sanitary napkins.   Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
4409 -- AZ courts now charging you if cops testify! Feature Article  •  Videos by 4409
4409 -- AZ courts now charging you if cops testify!
Forty Four O Nine
   Arizona courts are now charging you (via surcharges) if a cop (the states witness) testifies at your fake trial!
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Is Patrick Gonzales Jr delusional or did he work for the CIA? News Link  •  Central Intelligence Agency
Is Patrick Gonzales Jr delusional or did he work for the CIA?
07-19-2009  •  I Report 
CBS claims to have Documents that shed light on the mindset and criminal past of the lead suspect in the grisly murder of a Florida couple who made full use of the Foster and Adoptive parent incentives.     Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jim Stachowiak
Fetuses Found to Have Memories, Say Researchers News Link  •  Kids
Fetuses Found to Have Memories, Say Researchers
7/16/09  •  Newsmax 
They weigh less than 3 pounds, usually, and are perhaps 15 inches long. But they can remember. The unborn have memories, according to medical researchers who used sound and vibration stimulation, combined with sonography, to reveal that the human fetus displays short-term memory from at least 30 weeks gestation - or about two months before they are born. "In addition, results indicated that 34-week-old fetuses are able to store information and retrieve it four weeks later," said the research, which was released Wednesday.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Anonymous Watchman
John Mauldin: Europe on the Brink
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John Mauldin: Europe on the Brink
07-19-2009  •  SafeHaven.com  
 But somewhere, somehow, UBS and Credit Suisse ran up a little leverage. Before the crisis, they were over 40:1. And now they're nearly at a nosebleed-high 70! The chart shows leverage in the Eurozone...  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jack Gregson
Ralph Nader’s Sweatshops News Link  •  Employee and Employer Relations
Ralph Nader’s Sweatshops
07-19-2009  •  The Agitator 
One of the dirty little secrets in politics is just how terribly labor activist groups treat their own labor. The latest example is Ralph Nader’s Fund for the Public Interest. Nader’s groups have been guilty of this for years.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
500,000 Will Exhaust Unemployment Benefits by September, 1.5 Million by Year-End News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
500,000 Will Exhaust Unemployment Benefits by September, 1.5 Million by Year-End
07-19-2009  •  Michael Shedlock / Mish 
 President Obama claims he will save 3.5 million jobs. When? Who gets to count? The reality is no one is counting and the number is fabricated.   Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jack Gregson
CIA was the news News Link  •  Central Intelligence Agency
CIA was the news
07-19-2009  •  Lew Rockwell 
[For the CIA info] Here is Congressman Larry McDonald [shortly before his murder], close colleague of Ron Paul, on CNN’s Crossfire with conservative Pat Buchanan and liberal Tom Braden discussing the John Birch Society in 1983. McDonald was chairman of the organization, succeeding Robert Welch, who is heatedly discussed at the beginning of the video. This program was aired 4months before McDonald was killed by the Soviets’ murderous attack on the South Korean airliner KAL007.
 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Barry Ritholtz: 7 Reasons Why Housing Isn’t Bottoming Yet News Link  •  Housing
Barry Ritholtz: 7 Reasons Why Housing Isn’t Bottoming Yet
07-19-2009  •  Ritholtz.com/blog 
 Nearly all overpriced asset classes revert not merely to their historic trend line, but typically collapse far below them. I have no reason to believe Housing will be any different;  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jack Gregson
Court rips San Carlos cops who broke into home News Link  •  Law Enforcers or Peace Officers
Court rips San Carlos cops who broke into home
07-19-2009  •  San Francisco Chronicle 
Police in San Carlos who heard that a man had been in a minor traffic accident and may have been drinking can't justify charging into his home with guns drawn by claiming they feared he was in a diabetic coma, a federal appeals court ruled.
 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
D.C. Area Officers Subject of FBI Probe News Link  •  Corruption
D.C. Area Officers Subject of FBI Probe
07-19-2009  •  Washington Post 

Federal authorities are investigating whether a group of Washington area police officers took money to protect a high-stakes gambling ring frequented by some of the region's most powerful drug dealers over the past two years, according to internal police documents and law enforcement sources.

The officers include five veterans in Prince George's County, a District police official and a former D.C. Housing Authority officer. Two under investigation have been spotted on police surveillance outside gambling sites, including one providing security in tactical gear. Witnesses have alleged that others wore police uniforms and drove marked cruisers to gatherings. One was arrested in a police raid outside a game with a handgun.

  
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Border Patrol Agents Continue Harassing Bus Riders in Washington State News Link  •  Homeland Security
Border Patrol Agents Continue Harassing Bus Riders in Washington State
07-19-2009  •  Peninsula Daily News 
Protesters of U.S. Border Patrol bus boardings in search of illegal immigrants got a surprise Saturday afternoon:

Border Patrol officers showed up at the bus stop where they were demonstrating and went to work checking nationalities of passengers aboard a stopped bus.
 
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Reported by: Terry Bressi
Family sues school after arrest of autistic girl News Link  •  Education: Government Schools
Family sues school after arrest of autistic girl
07-19-2009  •  AP 
The family of an 8-year-old autistic girl who was arrested at school wants the school district and county to pay more than $500,000 in damages.

Charles and Spring Towry's third-grade daughter, Evelyn, has Asperger's syndrome, an autism spectrum disorder. She was arrested in January on suspicion of battery at Kootenai Elementary School after staffers said she spit on and inappropriately touched two instructors.

  
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
NOFX  SONG - The Decline (VIDEO) News Link  •  Corruption
NOFX SONG - The Decline (VIDEO)
07-19-2009  •  Youtube User - encer00 
Great 3 part video produced to the NOFX song, The Decline. If you don't already know, NOFX is a political punk rock band. The video offers many great references illustrating why so much hate (or blowback) is directed at the US. After watching the video ask yourself, if we were in their position would we not react exactly the same?
 
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Reported by: Jason Dimitrov
Why cops should trust the wisdom of the crowds News Link  •  Activism
Why cops should trust the wisdom of the crowds
07-19-2009  •  New Scientist 
THE protests that took place on the streets of London on the eve of the G20 summit in April lived up to many people's expectations. Around 2000 protestors turned up, and were heavily marshaled by police. There was a bit of trouble, but the police tactics - specifically, the decision to corral the entire crowd into a small area near the Bank of England, an approach known as "kettling" - kept a lid on the violence.
 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Big Brother Switzerland: real-time Internet interception to start on August 1, 2009 News Link  •  Privacy Rights
Big Brother Switzerland: real-time Internet interception to start on August 1, 2009
07-19-2009  •  WikiLeaks 

These confidential documents detail information on an official program for centralized, real-time, interception of Internet traffic in Switzerland. The interception will start on August 1, 2009.

The documents are those referenced yesterday by the Swiss-German weekly newspaper WOZ. 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Government bureaucrats waste $700,000 to visit Phoenix News Link  •  Arizona's Top News
Government bureaucrats waste $700,000 to visit Phoenix
07-19-2009  •  Daniel Heller 
Last week 700 “executives” (that is, bureaucrats) of the Social Security Administration (SSA) flew in from Washington to relax at your expense at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Daniel Heller
Woman charged with child pornography for Taking photos of herself breastfeeding! News Link  •  Criminal Justice System
Woman charged with child pornography for Taking photos of herself breastfeeding!
07-19-2009  •  Citizens for Change 
The service was fast, the judgments even hastier. Never did Jacqueline Mercado imagine that 4 rolls of film dropped off at an Eckerd Drugs one-hour photo lab near her home would turn her life inside out, threaten to send her to jail and prompt the state to take away her kids.
 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Great Britian Prepares! News Link  •  Healthcare Industry
Great Britian Prepares!
07-19-2009  •  SimplyYourHealth.wordpress.com 
England, is now taking serious steps to fight the swine flu. As reported July 17, 2009 England’s Chief Medical Officer Sir Liam Donald has ordered NHS to prepare.
 
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Reported by: Doc Waterman
Mobius Says Derivatives, Stimulus to Spark New Crisis News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Mobius Says Derivatives, Stimulus to Spark New Crisis
07-19-2009  •  Bloomberg 
A new financial crisis will develop from the failure to effectively regulate derivatives and the extra global liquidity from stimulus spending, Templeton Asset Management's Mark Mobius said.

"Political pressure from investment banks and all the people that make money in derivatives” will prevent adequate regulation, said Mobius, who oversees $25 billion as executive chairman of Templeton in Singapore. “Definitely we’re going to have another crisis coming down,” he said in a phone interview from Istanbul on July 13.

  
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
America Still Supporting Torture . . . But in That Other War News Link  •  Drug War
America Still Supporting Torture . . . But in That Other War
07-19-2009  •  The Agitator 
It’s Mexico’s drug war. And yes, you’re helping to pay for it.
 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Hillary Clinton says that government directed by Council on Foreign Relations News Link  •  New World Order
Hillary Clinton says that government directed by Council on Foreign Relations
07-19-2009  •  Blog of Bile video 
"... it's good to have an outpost of the Council right here down the street from the State Department. We get a lot of advice from the Council, so this will mean I won't have as far to go to be told what we should be doing and how we should think about the future. -Hillary Clinton
 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Ron Paul Questions Fed Governor Elizabeth Duke at Financial Services Hearing 7/16/09 News Link  •  Federal Reserve
Ron Paul Questions Fed Governor Elizabeth Duke at Financial Services Hearing 7/16/09
07-19-2009  •  youtube 
Congressman Ron Paul questions Federal Reserve Governor Elizabeth Duke at the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology hearing on July 16, 2009 entitled, "Regulatory Restructuring: Safeguarding Consumer Protection and the Role of the Federal Reserve."
 
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Sunday Afternoon Infinite Loop News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Sunday Afternoon Infinite Loop
07-19-2009  •  Declare Your Independence 
Nick Gillespie (Reason) and Ernest Hancock discuss why some states (CA, AZ, ...) are broke.  First, though, you have to hear about Martha Stewart because the interview is from Sep 2003.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Brock Lorber
Town on SF Bay wants to photograph every car News Link  •  Police State
Town on SF Bay wants to photograph every car
07-19-2009  •  AP 
 TIBURON, Calif. - Visitors should be prepared to have their pictures taken as they enter and leave this picturesque town of million-dollar views and homes along the San Francisco Bay.

Officials want to photograph every car and use the license plate information to solve crimes in the town of 9,000.

 
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Reported by: Chip Saunders
The Basic Rules in Chicago Feature Article  •  Obama Administration
The Basic Rules in Chicago
Morpheus Titania
  

Nobody knows nothin! Got a problem with that? Barack Obama, quote "I only saw Rod Blagojevich one time ... and that was in the stands and from a distance at a Chicago Bears Football Game" unquote.

To understand the next 4 years, you have to understand the world according to Chicago ..

While it is a city in Illinois, it is also a completely different country, with a whole different set of morals and language.

There are only three rules which anybody can understand.

You don't even need an attorney to understand them and if you need an attorney, well, you know too much...so look out for Rule #3!

RULE #1...No matter what you see, hear, or do, you don't know anybody and you don't know nothing!
RULE #2...If you capture something on


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THE COMMON SENSE SHOW with DAVE HODGES -July 19th 2009 Feature Article  •  Media: Radio
THE COMMON SENSE SHOW with DAVE HODGES -July 19th 2009
Dave Hodges
   Tonight, THE COMMON SENSE SHOW WITH DAVE HODGES hosts best selling author, Ralph Epperson. Epperson is the author of the best selling conspiratorial book, The Unseen Hand.
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