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Date Sent: 2009-09-04
Freedom's Phoenix Global Edition for Friday, September 4, 2009 AM edition
 
CIA doctors: human experimentation claims -- Gates: Troop Increase, Army Extends Afghanistan Tours

China prepares to show off nuclear missiles -- Gordon Brown’s $1 trillion global rescue package unravels --  Washington Post Calls on Rangel to Resign Ways and Means Chairmanship -- Cops shoot the Fire Chief,...in the back...in court,...because he fought a traffic ticket. -- The Treasury Secretary in London -- Elderly couple kidnapped by the state of Texas -- Georgia Pastor Killed in Botched Drug Bust --  Some Parents Choose Not to Allow Their Kids to Hear Obama's National Address -- Rep. Broun warns of dictatorship -- Will Georgia Nullify National Health Care?

AZ: 9-11 Truth Friday and Saturday meetings; Ron Paul Confirmed as FreedomSummit Speaker - Phoenix December 4th - 6th
 

 

CIA doctors face human experimentation claims News Link  •  Criminal Justice System
CIA doctors face human experimentation claims
09-03-2009  •  The Guardian 
Doctors and psychologists the CIA employed to monitor its "enhanced interrogation" of terror suspects came close to, and may even have committed, unlawful human experimentation, a medical ethics watchdog has alleged.
 
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Gates Open To Troop Increase, Army Extends Afghanistan Tours News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Gates Open To Troop Increase, Army Extends Afghanistan Tours
09-03-2009  •  Washington Post 

Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates indicated Thursday that he is open to increasing the number of U.S. troops in Afghanistan, voicing a shift in his position as the administration ponders a military assessment expected to lead to a formal request for additional forces.

Gates, in a briefing at the Pentagon, also defended the U.S. mission in Afghanistan, rebutting suggestions that it is time to pull out. His remarks came just hours before the Army announced that it will extend the tours of about 3,000 soldiers in Afghanistan for between two weeks and two months amid an intensifying Taliban insurgency.

  
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Ron Paul Confirmed as FreedomSummit Speaker - Phoenix December 4th - 6th News Link  •  Events: Arizona
Ron Paul Confirmed as FreedomSummit Speaker - Phoenix December 4th - 6th
09-03-2009  •  FreedomSummit.com 
Ron Paul - Thomas E. Woods - John Taylor Gatto - Judge John Buttrick - Charles Goyette - Adam Kokesh - Sheriff Richard Mack - Butler Shaffer - Bud Burrell - Boston T. Party - Marc Victor - Ernest Hancock - Joel Skousen - Jordan Page  Read Full Story
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Swap Nation Why Bartering Is Making a Comeback News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Swap Nation Why Bartering Is Making a Comeback
09-03-2009  •  Reader's Digest 
The Trejos did it all for $350 by employing one of the oldest"and newest"tricks in the book: bartering. "The best thing about bartering," Ron says, "is it allows people to do things they couldn't afford to do normally."
 
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One Way Ticket to Mars News Link  •  Space Travel and Exploration
One Way Ticket to Mars
09-03-2009  •  NY Times 
There is a way to surmount the problems [of manned flight to Mars] while reducing the cost and technical requirements, but it demands that we ask this vexing question: Why are we so interested in bringing the Mars astronauts home again?
 
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LAUSD's Finest: Los Angeles School Police News Link  •  Education: Government Schools
LAUSD's Finest: Los Angeles School Police
09-03-2009  •  LA Weekly 
Three years ago, Los Angeles School Police Officer Ian Mitchell King walked into a high school ceramics class at University Senior High School in West L.A. and asked an attractive blonde senior to take a “stroll” with him to his on-campus security office. There, he told her to sit on his couch and declared, “This is about us. I’ve taken a personal interest in you.”
 
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Augmented Reality in a Contact Lens News Link  •  Techno Gadgets
Augmented Reality in a Contact Lens
09-03-2009  •  IEEE Spectrum 
A new generation of contact lenses built with very small circuits and LEDs promises bionic eyesight.  
 
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First genetic link between reptile and human heart evolution News Link  •  Science, Medicine and Technology
First genetic link between reptile and human heart evolution
09-03-2009  •  Physorg 
Scientists at the Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease have traced the evolution of the four-chambered human heart to a common genetic factor linked to the development of hearts in turtles and other reptiles.
 
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Florida Exodus: Rising Taxes Drive Out Residents News Link  •  TAXES: State
Florida Exodus: Rising Taxes Drive Out Residents
09-03-2009  •  Yahoo 
There are many things public officials probably shouldn't do during a severe recession, but no one seems to have told the leaders in Florida about them. One thing, for instance, would be giving a dozen top aides hefty raises while urging a rise in property taxes, as the mayor of Miami-Dade County recently did. Or jacking up already exorbitant hurricane-insurance premiums, as Florida's government-run property insurer just did. Or sending an army of highly paid lobbyists to push for a steep hike in electricity rates, as South Florida's public utility is doing. But the less than sunny mood in Miami-Dade is made darker by the feeling among most residents that their fiscal jam is not just a result of falling revenue, but also years of profligate mismanagement. The final determination on their property taxes will be made soon by the Miami-Dade County Commission - a feckless, corruption-tainted body, many of whose members ran up hundreds of thousands of dollars in police overti  Read Full Story
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Cops filmed pulling gun on student in case of mistaken identity News Link  •  Law Enforcers or Peace Officers
Cops filmed pulling gun on student in case of mistaken identity
09-03-2009  •  Photography is not a Crime 
It was his first day in Miami and Jordan Chusid got an intimate look at how aggressive cops can be down here.

The twentysomething college student had just transferred to the University of Miami from the University of Central Florida when two cops pulled their guns on him, ordering him to get down.

 
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Town seethes after cops shock man in parade News Link  •  Law Enforcers or Peace Officers
Town seethes after cops shock man in parade
09-03-2009  •  AP 
But what was supposed to be a day of fun at an end-of-summer festival ended abruptly when police shot Grose with a Taser in a dispute about where to end the parade route.

The incident nearly incited a riot as outraged neighbors rushed to his defense. Now residents of this tight-knit town of 2,400 are seething over what they see as police brutality, and town officials are scrambling to ease the tension.

  
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China prepares to show off nuclear missiles News Link  •  China
China prepares to show off nuclear missiles
09-03-2009  •  Telegraph 
Chinese state media said that nuclear intercontinental ballistic missiles, conventional cruise missiles, and an array of medium and short range missiles would be put on public display for the first time. "These missiles are domestically designed and manufactured and have never been officially reported before," said a source from the Second Artillery Force. He added that the missiles were "second generation" and were all battle-ready.  Read Full Story
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Gordon Brown’s $1 trillion global rescue package unravels News Link  •  Economy - International
Gordon Brown’s $1 trillion global rescue package unravels
09-03-2009  •  London Times 
Alistair Darling is scrambling to plug a gaping hole in the $1.1 trillion global rescue package agreed by G20 leaders in London " hailed at the time as Gordon Brown’s biggest success.
 
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Now Isn't 1945 News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Now Isn't 1945
09-03-2009  •  Wendy McElroy 
Upon learning that the Obama administration will add $9 trillion to the existing $11.5 trillion federal debt, Paul Krugman pooh-poohed the problem by saying "...even if we do run these deficits, federal debt as a share of GDP will be substantially less than it was at the end of World War II." The argument being, the U.S. paid it off then, and can do so again.
 
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News Link  •  Politics: Democratic Campaigns
"I'm being marked down?"
09-03-2009  •  Wendy McElroy 
After two weeks of sluggish ticket sales to hear Bill Clinton speak, the Canadian National Exhibition has slashed prices from $20 to five dollars plus admission.
 [OUCH!!!!] Man I miss MISH.
 
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Gene Found-Gene That Protects High-Fat-Diet Mice From Obesity News Link  •  Health and Physical Fitness
Gene Found-Gene That Protects High-Fat-Diet Mice From Obesity
09-03-2009  •  red Orbit 
University of Michigan researchers have identified a gene that acts as a master switch to control obesity in mice. When the switch is turned off, even high-fat-diet mice remain thin. Deleting the gene, called IKKE, also appears to protect mice against conditions that, in humans, lead to Type 2 diabetes, which is associated with obesity and is on the rise among Americans, including children and adolescents. If follow-up studies show that IKKE is tied to obesity in humans, the gene and the protein it makes will be prime targets for the development of drugs to treat obesity, diabetes and complications associated with those disorders, said Alan Saltiel, the Mary Sue Coleman Director of the U-M Life Sciences Institute. "We've studied other genes associated with obesity " we call them 'obesogenes' " but this is the first one we've found that, when deleted, stops the animal from gaining weight," said Saltiel, senior author of a paper to be published in the S  Read Full Story
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Washington Post Calls on Rangel to Resign Ways and Means Chairmanship, But What About Criminality? News Link  •  Corruption
Washington Post Calls on Rangel to Resign Ways and Means Chairmanship, But What About Criminality?
09-03-2009  •  National Legal and Policy Center 
The Ethics in Government Act of 1978, as amended, provides that the Attorney General may seek civil penalty of up to $11,000 against an individual who knowingly and willfully falsifies or fails to file or report any information required by the Act. (5 U.S.C. app. § 104). In addition, 18 U.S.C. § 1001, as amended by the False Statements Accountability Act of 1996, is applicable here, That criminal statute, as here relevant, provides for a fine and/or imprisonment for up to five years for knowingly and willfully making any materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or representation, or falsifying, concealing or covering up a material fact, in a filing under the Ethics in Government Act. (emphasis ours) The scale of Rangel’s omissions means they could have only been willful and deliberate. As detailed in the Post editorial:  Read Full Story
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Editorial: Fractional Reserve Banking and the Federal Reserve News Link  •  Federal Reserve
Editorial: Fractional Reserve Banking and the Federal Reserve
09-03-2009  •  American Banking News 
I was reading the other day that the idea of getting rid of the Federal Reserve was based on faulty assertions that the booms and busts we’ve experienced since its inception in 1914, also happened during the 1800s, largely undermining that argument in the eyes of that particular writer. The reason that writer was wrong was he didn’t take into account one of the other main culprits of the boom and bust cycles: fractional reserve banking, which was the cause behind the problems experienced in boom and bust periods during that time period, and still is today. Basically what the Federal Reserve has done in the past, and does today, is protect the fractional reserve banking system from completely failing and its faults being exposed by printing money and bailing them out, which was the original reason it was created by big bankers " for big banks. Just look at who is being bailed out in our current economic environment, and you can see that the smaller banks will be allowed to fail  Read Full Story
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Gun Rights 101: What exactly is an ‘illegal gun’ that 400 mayors are against? News Link  •  Gun Rights
Gun Rights 101: What exactly is an ‘illegal gun’ that 400 mayors are against?
09-03-2009  •  The Examiner 
In May 2006, a small group of mayors, including ousted Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels, were invited to a “summit” in New York by Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Boston Mayor Thomas Menino to found Mayors Against Illegal Guns. The purported idea was to get so-called “illegal guns” off the streets; a lofty goal for sure, but might it not be a better idea to get criminals off the streets instead? Of course, removing a criminal element from society has never been the MAIG goal. This group, which now boasts more than 400 members claiming to represent 56 million American citizens " legions of whom are undoubtedly law-abiding gun owners who are steadfastly opposed to more gun control measures " is only focused on removing what it calls “illegal guns” from society.   Read Full Story
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Desert Mining Could Halt Due to Turtles News Link  •  Environment
Desert Mining Could Halt Due to Turtles
09-03-2009  •  Mineweb 
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service just announced the possibility of declaring a desert tortoise to the federal list of endangered species, which could have a negative impact on metals mining and exploration in southwest Arizona.  Read Full Story
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Future of Apocalyptic Fashion - H1N1-Privacy Attire Feature Article  •  Propaganda
Future of Apocalyptic Fashion - H1N1-Privacy Attire
Ernest Hancock
   Time to hit the Mall with our Stimulus Money.

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Cops shoot the Fire Chief,...in the back...in court,...because he fought a traffic ticket. News Link  •  Corruption
Cops shoot the Fire Chief,...in the back...in court,...because he fought a traffic ticket.
09-03-2009  •  AP 
 

JERICHO, Ark. " It was just too much, having to return to court twice on the same day to contest yet another traffic ticket, and Fire Chief Don Payne didn't hesitate to tell the judge what he thought of the police and their speed traps.

The response from cops? They shot him. Right there in court.

 
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The Treasury Secretary in London News Link  •  Federal Reserve
The Treasury Secretary in London
09-03-2009  •  Economic Policy Journal 
The plotting continues. Geithner will also attend a meeting of the BRIC Finance Ministers. Of these meetings, Russia, China and the BRIC nations have called for a move away from the dollar as the international reserve currency. The UK is, of course, a U.S, lap dog, And Mario Daghi is head of the powerful Financial Stability Board. He was Managing Director of Goldman Sachs and Vice Chairman of Goldman Sachs International, and a member of the Goldman's "Commitments Committee." He is also a trustee of the Brookings Institute where former Treasury Secretary and former Goldman CEO Henry Paulson uses office space while he writes his memoirs. Nuff said. On the Chinese front, do you think it was just coincidence that China announced plans to buy $50 billion in IMF SDR denominated notes, and that China also just announced that it will allow derivative defaults by state owned enterprises, the same week as the G-20 meeting? This is high stakes poker. I can't believe Gei  Read Full Story
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Editorial: Global-warming welfare is on its way
State scheme will redistribute greenhouse-gas fees News Link  •  Climate Change
Editorial: Global-warming welfare is on its way State scheme will redistribute greenhouse-gas fees
09-03-2009  •  OC Register 
Anticipating hundreds of millions of dollars a year in greenhouse gas fees collected from California businesses, the Legislature is planning to redistribute much of the bounty to the state's "most impacted and disadvantaged communities." Perhaps a bill pending in the state Senate reveals the motive of feel-good legislative efforts to fight global warming: a massive redistribution of wealth. Assembly Bill 1405 calls for 30 percent of new fees raised under global warming regulations yet to be drafted to go to a Community Benefits Fund to be used in specially selected communities, based on specific criteria also yet to be drafted. A Senate analysis says anticipated new rules by the state Air Resources Board allow revenue from fees imposed on greenhouse gas emitters to pay for the board's administrative costs, but not for "climate-change-related mitigation activities." AB 1405, authored by assembly members Kevin de Leon, D-Los Angeles, and V. Manuel Perez, D  Read Full Story
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Czarist Insanity In America News Link  •  Constitution
Czarist Insanity In America
09-03-2009  •  CFP 
America has a darkness, a darkness on the edge of our liberties and that darkness now operates out of Washington DC, the White House specifically. President B. Hussein Obama has the darkness of the czars wrapped around him as if they were the shrouds of war, the war upon America. As Americans we are obligated to take a very close look at the minions B. Hussein Obama surrounds himself with and then determine if Dear Leader is committing crimes against America and is in violation of his oath of office, to uphold and defend the Constitution. HR 2749 creates severe criminal and civil penalties, including prison terms of up to 10 years and/or fines of up to $100,000 for each violation. Does it include judicial review, Congressional oversight, a defined and limited set of penalties and punishments for a defined set of “crimes”? Not even. The so called Food Safety Bill hands carte blanch enforcement to the whims of Obama’s Food Czar. Although I am in favor of fining hippies and putting   Read Full Story
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Polls Tell Grim Tale For Obama News Link  •  Obama Administration
Polls Tell Grim Tale For Obama
09-03-2009  •  Newsmax 
This week's polls are a disaster for President Barack Obama. The Rasmussen poll has his approval dropping to 45 percent, after several weeks at 49 percent. The Zogby poll has it even lower " at 42 percent. Worse yet, he's losing his political base: People under 30 " long a key element of his support " give him no better than break-even ratings, with 41 percent approving and 41 percent disapproving of the job he's doing, according to Zogby. Only 75 percent of Democrats, who formerly have supported Obama strongly, now approve of his performance in office. Zogby reports that this represents a slide of more than 10 points over the summer. Even among blacks, only 74 percent approve of the job he's doing (also a drop of more than 10 points). Hispanics, who voted for him by a margin of more than 40 points, now break even (36-36) when rating his performance. Independents, the key swing group in our politics, now deliver a sharply negative 37-50 verdict on Obama'  Read Full Story
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Polls Tell Grim Tale For Obama News Link  • 
Polls Tell Grim Tale For Obama
09-03-2009  •  Newsmax 
This week's polls are a disaster for President Barack Obama. The Rasmussen poll has his approval dropping to 45 percent, after several weeks at 49 percent. The Zogby poll has it even lower " at 42 percent. Worse yet, he's losing his political base: People under 30 " long a key element of his support " give him no better than break-even ratings, with 41 percent approving and 41 percent disapproving of the job he's doing, according to Zogby. Only 75 percent of Democrats, who formerly have supported Obama strongly, now approve of his performance in office. Zogby reports that this represents a slide of more than 10 points over the summer. Even among blacks, only 74 percent approve of the job he's doing (also a drop of more than 10 points). Hispanics, who voted for him by a margin of more than 40 points, now break even (36-36) when rating his performance. Independents, the key swing group in our politics, now deliver a sharply negative 37-50 verdict on Obama'  Read Full Story
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Take Our Freedom Back- Must See Video News Link  •  Revolutions, Rebellions & Uprisings
Take Our Freedom Back- Must See Video
09-03-2009  •  Gary Franchi-Restore The Republic 
JFK and we are as a people, inherently and historically, opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths, and to secret proceedings, for we are opposed around the world, by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy, that relies primarily on covet means, for expanding its sphere of influence.     Read Full Story
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Obama Speaks to Your Kids (If they are captive in his schools) News Link  •  Propaganda
Obama Speaks to Your Kids (If they are captive in his schools)
09-03-2009  •  John Birch Society 
I wouldn't send my child to school on September 8, unless I had a strong death wish for America. On September 8, President Obama will be broadcasting a prepared speech to every school child, grades K-12, in America. On September 8, Obama the Change Agent begins his takeover of the schools…but not with my child, and hopefully not with yours.
 
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Thomas Jefferson: Crypto Rebel? News Link  •  Technology: Computer Hardware
Thomas Jefferson: Crypto Rebel?
09-03-2009  •  Wendy McElroy 
"American history has been punctuated by periods in which the National government had to respond to sweeping social, economic and technological developments." Speaking of cyberspace as a "new tool", the government claims that technology raises new issues to which it must respond in new ways.
 
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Elderly couple kidnapped by the state of Texas News Link  •  Government
Elderly couple kidnapped by the state of Texas
09-03-2009  •  Blog of Bile video 
They're not criminals. They' haven't  broken any laws. But an elderly Richardson couple claims the state is holding them against their will snd spending frivolously the hard earned money.. Investigative reporter Becky Oliver explains.
 
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Georgia Pastor Killed in Botched Drug Bust News Link  •  Drug War
Georgia Pastor Killed in Botched Drug Bust
09-03-2009  •  The Agitator 

Developing story in Georgia, where church pastor Jonathan Ayers was shot and killed by undercover narcotics officers during a botched drug sting on Tuesday afternoon. Ayers was not the target of the investigation.

Police were apparently after a woman Ayers had dropped off just prior to stopping at the convenience store where police confronted him. Surveillance video shows a black SUV pulling up to the store, and plain-clothes officers jumping out with their guns drawn before the vehicle has stopped. Ayers’ car then backs into the picture, and the officers fire into his car as he drives off. Ayers was shot in the liver, crashed his car a short distance later, and died at the hospital the bullet wound.

 
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Some Parents Choose Not to Allow Their Kids to Hear Obama's National Address News Link  •  Education: Government Schools
Some Parents Choose Not to Allow Their Kids to Hear Obama's National Address
09-03-2009  •  Fox 
But some parents won't be allowed to "opt-out" their kids everywhere. At least one school district, Tempe Elementary School District No. 3 in Arizona, is not permitting parents to pull their children out of class during Obama's speech. "I have directed principals to have students and teachers view the president's message on Tuesday," Superintendent of Schools Dr. Arthur Tate Jr. said in a statement Thursday. "In some cases, where technology will not permit access to the White House Web site, DVDs will be provided to classes on subsequent days. I am not permitting parents to opt out students from viewing the president's message, since this is a purely educational event."  Read Full Story
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The Forgotten Presidents (The presidents before George Washington) News Link  •  History
The Forgotten Presidents (The presidents before George Washington)
09-03-2009 

Who was the first president of the United States? Ask any school child and they will readily tell you "George Washington." And of course, they would be wrong"at least technically. Washington was not inaugurated until April 30, 1789. And yet, the United States continually had functioning governments from as early as September 5, 1774 and operated as a confederated nation from as early as July 4, 1776. During that nearly fifteen year interval, Congress"first the Continental Congress and then later the Confederation Congress"was always moderated by a duly elected president. As the chief executive officer of the government of the United States, the president was recognized as the head of state. Washington was thus the fifteenth in a long line of distinguished presidents"and he led the seventeenth administration"he just happened to be the first under the current constitution. So who were the luminaries who preceded him? The following brief biographies profile th  Read Full Story
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Broun warns of dictatorship News Link  •  Obama Administration
Broun warns of dictatorship
9/03/09  •  On Line Athens 
U.S. Rep. Paul Broun is again raising the specter of Democrats turning the United States into a totalitarian state. Broun, R-Athens, apparently has not changed his belief that President Obama may be a fascist since he made similar remarks in Augusta in November and then in an Associated Press interview. He told a meeting of the Morgan County Republicans on Wednesday night that Obama already has or will have the three things he needs to make himself a dictator: a national police force, gun control and control over the press. "He has the three things that are necessary to establish an authoritarian government," Broun said. "And so we need to be ever-vigilant, because freedom is precious."  Read Full Story
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Will Georgia Nullify National Health Care? News Link  •  Healthcare
Will Georgia Nullify National Health Care?
09-03-2009  •  Tenth Amendment Center 
Today, a group of Georgia State Senators announced a plan to introduce a State Constitutional Amendment “Giving Georgians the right to choose whether they want to enroll in any health insurance plan and prohibiting governments from punishing those who decide not to participate.”  Read Full Story
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ATS Goes Boldly (and illegally) Where Redflex Won’t News Link  •  Men trying to be our God
ATS Goes Boldly (and illegally) Where Redflex Won’t
09/03/2009  •  CameraFRAUD 
Last week, we reported about American Traffic Solutions’ new legal nightmare in Florida in an article titled “RED LIGHT: ATS Future Uncertain in Florida:” The headlines say it all. Miami Herald: “Legal challenges mount for Florida’s red-light cameras.” Daytona Beach News-Journal: “Red-light camera lawsuit looms.” Naples News: “[Suit claims] red-light cameras are unconstitutional.”  Read Full Story
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Take Action this September for the victims and fallen hero's of 9/11 Feature Article  •  911 / World Trade Center
Take Action this September for the victims and fallen hero's of 9/11
Drew
   Events get started the Friday and Saturday night! we will once again be producing 100's of DVD to pass out at several event this September.

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