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Date Sent: 2009-09-09
Freedom's Phoenix Global Edition for Wednesday, September 9, 2009 AM edition
 
Phoenix Police Brass Let Serial Killer Rampage to Protect Turf -- Afghanistan: 10 reasons to resist

Blagojevich: Words on FBI tape out of context -- MCSO Deputy angrily confronts cameraman -- 1,000,000+ Guns Added to American Homes in August -- Chavez to sign new Russian arms deal -- Pakistani Scientist Cites Help to Iran -- How Conservatives and Citizen Journalists Are Derailing Obama's Agenda -- Russia denies ship carried missiles -- Obama to seal US-UN relationship -- Cindy Sheehan's Lonely Vigil in Obamaland -- Architects and Engineers for 911 , Washington update -- Is Buffett Worried About An Upcoming Stock Plunge? -- The disease called 'government' - by Kent McManigal -- Is Alex Jones an FBI Agent or just misinformed? -- Vaccine resisters could end up on terrorist list

 

Phoenix Police Brass Let Serial Killer Rampage to Protect Turf Feature Article  •  Arizona's Top News
Phoenix Police Brass Let Serial Killer Rampage to Protect Turf
Powell Gammill
   The beginnings of a multi-million dollar law suit is underway against the Phoenix Police Department alleging deliberate blocking of evidence testing led to the murders of 7 people.
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Afghanistan: Ten reasons to resist News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Afghanistan: Ten reasons to resist
09-08-2009  •  Courage To Resist 
According to international law experts, the invasion and ongoing occupation of Afghanistan is as illegal as the US presence in Iraq. The United Nations Charter mandates that military force against another country is only justified when used in self-defense or authorized by the UN Security Council.     Read Full Story
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Permanent DHS Checkpoints Planned For Arizona Highways (special report - part 2) Feature Article  •  Arizona's Top News
Permanent DHS Checkpoints Planned For Arizona Highways (special report - part 2)
Terry Bressi
   In summary, the second part of Mr. Stana's presentation was even more disappointing than the first. Mr. Stana went out of his way to ignore facts that undermined his conclusion that interior checkpoints are needed while artificially bolstering facts absent proper context that supported his position.

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Radio/TV Show  •  Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock - Radio
Host: Ernest Hancock
"Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock" September 9th, 2009
   FreedomsPhoenix Senior Editor Powell Gammill breaks the story of the "Notice of Claim" regarding the suing of Phoenix Police Chief & others for their role in the deaths of Phoenix Residents involving the "Baseline Killer" case.   
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Judge orders trial on eligibility issue Arguments planned Jan. 11 for major Obama challenge News Link  •  Obama Administration
Judge orders trial on eligibility issue Arguments planned Jan. 11 for major Obama challenge
09-08-2009  •  World net Daily 
A California judge today tentatively scheduled a trial for Jan. 26, 2010, for a case that challenges Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president based on questions over his qualifications under the requirements of the U.S. Constitution.   Read Full Story
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Blagojevich: Words on FBI tape out of context News Link  •  Corruption
Blagojevich: Words on FBI tape out of context
09-08-2009  •  AP 
Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich said statements he made on secret FBI wiretap tapes were taken out of context by prosecutors and he might call senators and a top White House official as witnesses at his racketeering and fraud trial to back his version of events.  Read Full Story
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UN wants new global currency to replace dollar News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
UN wants new global currency to replace dollar
09-08-2009  •  www.telegraph.co.uk 

Although a number of countries, including China and Russia, have suggested replacing the dollar as the world's reserve currency, the UNCTAD report is the first time a major multinational institution has posited such a suggestion.

In essence, the report calls for a new Bretton Woods-style system of managed international exchange rates, meaning central banks would be forced to intervene and either support or push down their currencies depending on how the rest of the world economy is behaving.

The proposals would also imply that surplus nations such as China and Germany should stimulate their economies further in order to cut their own imbalances, rather than, as in the present system, deficit nations such as the UK and US having to take the main burden of readjustment.

  
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MCSO Deputy angrily confronts cameraman News Link  •  Arizona's Top News
MCSO Deputy angrily confronts cameraman
09-08-2009  •  KPHO-TV Ch. 5 
A videotape that shows a Maricopa County Sheriff's Office detective in a heated exchange with a cameraman has some people claiming the actions are a violation of civil  rights.  The YouTube video shows a member of the sheriff's office confronting a man shooting video of a crime sweep Saturday at Gran Mercado.
 
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1,000,000+ Guns Added to American Homes in August News Link  •  Gun Rights
1,000,000+ Guns Added to American Homes in August
09-08-2009  •  AmmoLand 
Background Checks On Firearm Sales Up 12% In August. Americans buy 1,074,757+ guns in August 2009 Data released by the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) reported 1,074,757 checks in August 2009, a 12.3 percent increase from the 956,872 reported in August 2008. So far that is roughly 9,076,205 gun bought this year! The total is probably more as NICS background checks may cover the purchase of more than one gun at a time.  Read Full Story
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New York Post Shocker... Really ? News Link  •  Corruption
New York Post Shocker... Really ?
09-08-2009  •  BlueLoriBlogSpot 
Did you hear about the graft in New York that shocked the Post? "AT LEAST six city building inspectors -- some with ties to a powerful crime family -- were videotaped taking bribes at construction sites, and some were seen dealing cocaine and prescription pills while on duty, The Post has learned. The corrupt Department of Buildings workers -- who lined their pockets by ignoring violations or expediting construction and building work permits -- will be arrested later this month, along with about two dozen Luchese crime-family captains, soldiers and associates, sources said."   Read Full Story
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4409 -- Renee Goes off on some NAZI Checkpoint guards! Feature Article  •  Videos by 4409
4409 -- Renee Goes off on some NAZI Checkpoint guards!
Forty Four O Nine
   Renee Goes off on some NAZI Checkpoint guards!
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Pakistani Scientist Cites Help to Iran
Official Aid for Nuclear Program Claimed News Link  •  World News
Pakistani Scientist Cites Help to Iran Official Aid for Nuclear Program Claimed
09-08-2009  •  Washington Post 
The creator of Pakistan's nuclear weapons program boasted in a recent television interview that he and other senior Pakistani officials, eager to see Iran develop nuclear weapons, years ago guided that country to a proven network of suppliers and helped advance its covert efforts. A.Q. Khan, whom Washington considers the world's most ambitious proliferator of nuclear weapons technology, told a television interviewer in Karachi, Pakistan, that if Iran succeeds in "acquiring nuclear technology, we will be a strong bloc in the region to counter international pressure. Iran's nuclear capability will neutralize Israel's power." Although Khan has previously claimed nationalist and religious justifications for helping to spread sensitive technology, several experts said his latest statement was an unusually direct claim of broad, official Pakistani support for an Iranian nuclear weapon.  Read Full Story
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Chavez to sign new Russian arms deal News Link  •  World News
Chavez to sign new Russian arms deal
09-08-2009  •  Monsters and Critics 
Moscow - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez will arrive in Russia to conduct a new arms deal Wednesday, according to the news agency Interfax. Venezuela is planning to buy three diesel-powered submarines, several armoured personnel carriers and type T-72 tanks and ten military helicopters, said the report, quoting officials from the Russian arms industry. Caracas also wanted to invest in coastal missile defences.  Read Full Story
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Taxation without Millionaire Representation
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Taxation without Millionaire Representation
09-08-2009  •  The New Conservative 
The state of Maryland has recently received a crash-course in Macroeconomics 101. Amidst a budget deficit last year, the politicians in Annapolis created a new tax bracket for the wealthiest 0.3% of earners. The new millionaire tax bracket raised the top marginal income-tax rate for the state to 6.25%. Democrats praised the new tax, predicting that it would bring an additional $106 million to the state coffers. In true Marxist fashion, Governor Martin O’Malley declared that these taxpayers were "willing and able to pay their fair share." A funny thing happened this past tax season, however. According to the state comptroller’s office, million-dollar income tax returns have decreased from 3,000 to 2,000, down one-third! Naturally, some of this can be attributed to the economic downturn; but much of it is due to millionaires actually leaving the state. In this case, the grass really was greener on the other side. Instead of bringing in an extra $106 million, the st  Read Full Story
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A Real? Mans Waterslide Feature Article  •  Humor
A Real? Mans Waterslide

   Snicker as long as it is not my son... When asked how they prepared for this and tested it, they responded, "We lost a lot of good men out there." (But really, this is awesome!)
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Insider Trading Summary: Notable Transactions (Aug.31-Sept.04) News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Insider Trading Summary: Notable Transactions (Aug.31-Sept.04)
09-08-2009  •  Wall St. Pit 
Over the past week we’ve seen notable insider buying/selling by corporate officers, directors, and beneficiary owners in the following stocks:  Read Full Story
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ABC (all barack channel) Rues How Conservatives and Citizen Journalists Are Derailing Obama's Ag News Link  •  Obama Administration
ABC (all barack channel) Rues How Conservatives and Citizen Journalists Are Derailing Obama's Ag
09-08-2009  •  Newsbuster  
ABC's World News on Tuesday night bemoaned the impact of conservatives and citizen journalists in derailing President Barack Obama's agenda. Pivoting from the reaction to Obama's address to students, anchor Charles Gibson observed “today's speech was really the latest target of some conservative groups taking on the President” and “their tactics are having an impact.” Reporter Dan Harris asserted “the conservative echo chamber is not new, but,” he fretted, “this White House is operating in a vastly accelerated media environment where you no longer need to be in the presence of reporters to make news, as we saw with the health care furor at those town hall meetings.” Journalistic veteran Tom Rosenstiel marveled: “Today you can arrange that protest yourself, photograph it with a hand-held cell phone, and if you can then generate enough views of that video on YouTube, you can make something into national news.” That's because, Harris insisted, “the mainstream media   Read Full Story
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When Bush spoke to students, Democrats investigated, held hearings News Link  •  Obama Administration
When Bush spoke to students, Democrats investigated, held hearings
09-08-2009  •  The Examiner 
Unlike the Obama speech, in 1991 most of the controversy came after, not before, the president's school appearance. The day after Bush spoke, the Washington Post published a front-page story suggesting the speech was carefully staged for the president's political benefit. "The White House turned a Northwest Washington junior high classroom into a television studio and its students into props," the Post reported. With the Post article in hand, Democrats pounced. "The Department of Education should not be producing paid political advertising for the president, it should be helping us to produce smarter students," said Richard Gephardt, then the House Majority Leader. "And the president should be doing more about education than saying, 'Lights, camera, action.'" Democrats did not stop with words. Rep. William Ford, then chairman of the House Education and Labor Committee, ordered the General Accounting Office to investigate the cost and lega  Read Full Story
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Obama to seal US-UN relationship News Link  •  Obama Administration
Obama to seal US-UN relationship
09-08-2009  •  9/8/09 
Barack Obama will cement the new co-operative relationship between the US and the United Nations this month when he becomes the first American president to chair its 15-member Security Council.The topic for the summit-level session of the council on September 24 is nuclear non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament " one of several global challenges that the US now wants to see addressed at a multinational level.“The council has a very important role to play in preventing the spread and use of nuclear weapons, and it’s the world’s principal body for dealing with global security cooperation,” Susan Rice, US envoy to the UN, said last week.  Read Full Story
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Deep-Water Wind: World's First Floating Wind Turbine Launched News Link  •  Energy
Deep-Water Wind: World's First Floating Wind Turbine Launched
09-08-2009  •  Popular Science 

Norwegian oil and gas giant StatoilHydro has inaugurated the world's first floating full-scale offshore wind turbine, paving the way for deep-water wind farms possessing the dual appeal of being out of sight as well as more efficient.

The turbine, known as Hywind, towers 213 feet above the waterline, but the steel spar on which it is mounted plunges another 328 feet below the surface, where it is anchored to the sea floor by three stabilizing cables. The spar is filled with water and rocks to provide ballast that keeps the turbine from capsizing in rough seas. Located about six miles off of Karmoey near the country's southwestern coastline, Hywind will serve as a test bed for offshore technologies over the next two years as engineers work on getting the cost of Hywind down and figure out how best to develop even larger deep-water turbines.

  
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China Plans World's Largest Solar Power Plant News Link  •  Energy
China Plans World's Largest Solar Power Plant
09-08-2009  •  Popular Science 

First Solar just signed an agreement with China to build the biggest solar power plant yet, according to a statement released today by the company. The 2-gigawatt plant in the Mongolian desert will generate enough electricity to power three million homes.

That's a heck of a lot of cadmium telluride, the semiconductor they use for their thin film cells.

The largest solar plant currently in operation is a mere 60-megawatt plant in Spain, according to pvresources.com.

First Solar and China officially signed a memorandum of understanding, which is still up for final negotiations. The plan is to start building a 30-megawatt phase this summer, adding more and more until the final phase is complete in 2019.

Earlier this year, First Solar became the first company to produce solar cells at less than a dollar per watt, crossing the boundary thought to make solar power competitive with traditional energy sources.

  
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IBM Scientists Take First Close-Up Image of a Single Molecule News Link  •  Science, Medicine and Technology
IBM Scientists Take First Close-Up Image of a Single Molecule
09-08-2009  •  Popular Science 

As part of a greater effort to someday build computing elements at an atomic scale, IBM scientists in Zurich have taken the highest-resolution image ever of an individual molecule using non-contact atomic force microscopy. Performed in an ultrahigh vacuum at 5 degrees Kelvin, scientists were able to "to look through the electron cloud and see the atomic backbone of an individual molecule for the first time," a feat necessary for the further development of atomic scale electronic building blocks.

Atomic force microscopy employs a cantilever so small that its tip tapers to a nanoscale point. As the microscope scans, the cantilever bounces up and down in response to the miniscule forces between the tip and the sample, generating a picture of the sample’s surface. The pentacene molecule sampled consists of 22 carbon atoms and 14 hydrogen atoms and measures 1.4 nanometers in length, with the space between carbon atoms registering at 0.14 nanometers, or ha Read Full Story
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The Singularity and the Fixed Point News Link  •  Future Predictions
The Singularity and the Fixed Point
09-08-2009  •  Technology Review 
Some futurists such as Ray Kurzweil have hypothesized that we will someday soon pass through a singularity--that is, a time period of rapid technological change beyond which we cannot envision the future of society. Most visions of this singularity focus on the creation of machines intelligent enough to devise machines even more intelligent than themselves, and so forth recursively, thus launching a positive feedback loop of intelligence amplification. It's an intriguing thought. (One of the first things I wanted to do when I got to MIT as an undergraduate was to build a robot scientist that could make discoveries faster and better than anyone else.) Even the CTO of Intel, Justin Rattner, has publicly speculated recently that we're well on our way to this singularity, and conferences like the Singularity Summit (at which I'll be speaking in October) are exploring how such transformations might take place. 
 
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Nano Printing Goes Large News Link  •  Energy
Nano Printing Goes Large
09-08-2009  •  Technology Review 

A printing technique that could stamp out features just tens of nanometers across at industrial scale is finally moving out of the lab. The new roll-to-roll nanoimprint lithography system could be used to cheaply and efficiently churn out nano-patterned optical films to improve the performance of displays and solar cells.

Nano press: This 10-by-30-centimeter plastic sheet (top) has been patterned with a series of nanoscale polymer lines using roll-to-roll nanoimprint lithography (bottom). The film is iridescent because of the way its nanoscale features scatter light.
Credit: ACS Nano

Nanoimprint lithography uses mechanical force to press out a nanoscale pattern and can make much smaller features than optical lithography, which is reaching its physical limits. The technique was developed as a tool for miniaturizing integrated circuits, and a handful of companies, including Molecular Imprints of Austin, TX, are still developing it for this applicat  Read Full Story
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Future of the Screen: Terminator-Style Augmented-Reality Glasses News Link  •  Techno Gadgets
Future of the Screen: Terminator-Style Augmented-Reality Glasses
09-08-2009  •  Wired 

The most efficient possible display technology would be something that bypasses the eyes altogether and sends information straight to the brain. Sadly, cranial USB ports are still pretty hard to install. The second most efficient possible display technology anyone's devised projects images directly into the eye. The dream of a wearable virtual retinal display, or VRD, has been around for nearly two decades; it's on the horizon, but it's still going to be a while until it gets here.


The idea of VRD was first tossed around at the University of Washington's Human Interface Technology Lab back around 1991. Thomas Furness, who'd been working on helmet-based displays for the Air Force in the '80s, and research engineer Joel Kollin were part of the team that put together the initial (and enormous) prototype. The concept was that tiny, ultra-low-power lasers could paint an image onto the human retina by scanning across it at high speed,  Read Full Story
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Placebos Are Getting More Effective. Drugmakers Are Desperate to Know Why. News Link  •  Drugs and Medications
Placebos Are Getting More Effective. Drugmakers Are Desperate to Know Why.
09-08-2009  •  Wired 

Merck was in trouble. In 2002, the pharmaceutical giant was falling behind its rivals in sales. Even worse, patents on five blockbuster drugs were about to expire, which would allow cheaper generics to flood the market. The company hadn't introduced a truly new product in three years, and its stock price was plummeting.

In interviews with the press, Edward Scolnick, Merck's research director, laid out his battle plan to restore the firm to preeminence. Key to his strategy was expanding the company's reach into the antidepressant market, where Merck had lagged while competitors like Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline created some of the best-selling drugs in the world. "To remain dominant in the future," he told Forbes, "we need to dominate the central nervous system."

His plan hinged on the success of an experimental antidepressant codenamed MK-869. Still in clinical trials, it looked like every pharma executive's dream: a new  Read Full Story
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China Alarmed by US Money Printing News Link  •  Economy - International
China Alarmed by US Money Printing
09-08-2009  •  Ambrose Evans-Pritchard via LewRockwell.com 

Cheng Siwei, former vice-chairman of the Standing Committee and now head of China's green energy drive, said Beijing was dismayed by the Fed's recourse to "credit easing".

"We hope there will be a change in monetary policy as soon as they have positive growth again," he said at the Ambrosetti Workshop, a policy gathering on Lake Como.


"If they keep printing money to buy bonds it will lead to inflation, and after a year or two the dollar will fall hard. Most of our foreign reserves are in US bonds and this is very difficult to change, so we will diversify incremental reserves into euros, yen, and other currencies," he said.

China's reserves are more than " $2 trillion, the world's largest.

  
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News Link  •  U F O and Other Unidentified Stuff
"The Appearance of a Man" - Opens 9/11 @ Harkins Art Valley Theater, TEMPE AZ
09-08-2009  •  THE PHOENIX LIGHTS 
PHOENIX (2/11/08) -- The night of March 13, 1997 strange lights were witnessed flying over the Phoenix sky. For years the lights have remained a mystery, which have led to a number of hypotheses ranging from UFOs to military exercises to weather balloons. But there was something more. That night, under the cover of strange lights in the sky, a "man" appeared in Phoenix unleashing a series of mysterious events. Who was he? Where was he from? Why did he come? This is the story of the Appearance of a Man and the Phoenix Lights Mystery  Read Full Story
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Russia denies ship carried missiles News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Russia denies ship carried missiles
09-08-2009  •  Al Jazeera 

Russia has denied a cargo ship whose apparent disappearance sparked an international mystery was carrying S-300 anti-aircraft missiles bound for Iran.

Sergei Lavrov, Russia's foreign minister, on Tuesday dismissed a report in a British newspaper that the Arctic Sea was carrying a batch of the sophisticated Russian-made weapons when it was apparently hijacked by pirates.

"Regarding the S-300s on board the Arctic Sea, this is absolutely untrue," Lavrov said.

Russian investigators also announced they had begun inspecting the ship and so far had only found its official cargo of timber.


 
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Cindy Sheehan's Lonely Vigil in Obamaland News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Cindy Sheehan's Lonely Vigil in Obamaland
09-08-2009  •  CounterPunch 

Cindy Sheehan will be at Martha’s Vineyard beginning August 25 a short way from Obama’s vacation paradise of the celebrity elite but very far from the Afghanistan and Pakistan and Iraq where the body bags and cemeteries fill up each day as Obama’s wars rage on.    She will remain there from August 25 through August 29 and has issued a call for all peace activists to join her there.  For those of us close by in the New England states and in New York City, there would seem to be a special obligation to get to Martha’s Vineyard as soon as we can.

 
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Is Buffett Worried About An Upcoming Stock Plunge? News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Is Buffett Worried About An Upcoming Stock Plunge?
09-08-2009  •  Slate 
Warren Buffett lost about $25 billion during the financial crisis, but he still managed to make the most out of the situation by attempting to profit from the downturn. His picks could reap huge rewards, but right now, Berkshire Hathaway appears to be taking a more cautious approach, buying fewer stocks than it is selling, suggesting that Buffett is getting worried. At the same time, "Buffettologists" say that as his inevitable retirement approaches Buffett is also thinking about his legacy and is more concerned about making investments that will give out profits in the long-term.
 
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Architects and Engineers for 911 , Washington update Feature Article  •  911 / World Trade Center
Architects and Engineers for 911 , Washington update
Morpheus Titania
   We would like to thank all of our Sustaining Supporters for sending us to Washington, DC, in July. Five of our staff from around the country converged on our nation’s capital for an incredible series of actions directly in alignment with our mission to bring the awareness of the destruction of the three World Trade Center high-rises on 9/11 to architects, engineers, and members of Congress. The Washington DC AIA Convention We set up our AE911Truth evidence booth for viewing by 700 attending architects at the local convention of the American Institute of Architects. We captured the attention of a few hundred and gave away as many DVDs. Most booth visitors were quite interested and open-minded.
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Petition in support of Spc Stevens and the Ft. Bragg 50! News Link  •  Military
Petition in support of Spc Stevens and the Ft. Bragg 50!
09-08-2009  •  Courage To Resist 
We recently helped expose the outrageous treatment of dozens of soldiers at Fort Bragg, NC with “Echo Platoon - Warehousing soldiers in the homeland”   Read Full Story
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The disease called 'government' News Link  •  Political Theory
The disease called 'government'
09-08-2009  •  Examiner / Kent McManigal 
Government is malignant. You can't allow even a tiny bit to remain without the certainty of it spreading again. How much cancer is the best amount to give yourself? How much cyanide do you think is best to add to your food?
 
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Is Alex Jones an FBI Agent or just misinformed? News Link  •  New World Order
Is Alex Jones an FBI Agent or just misinformed?
09-08-2009  •  BlueLoriBlogSpot 
I am working on a story about the New World Order. I assume you know about the Sibel Edmonds story?As I have told you in the past it is not a Zionist plot for heavens sakes all one has to do is look at the religious backgrounds, diversity of the players involved. Rip off artist Jamie Dimon is a Greek boy. The family shortened the name from Papademetriou, Front man Timonthy Geithner is German. He was married by Rev. Thomas Keehn, a United Church of Christ minister and the Ringleader Henry Paulson is a Christian Scientist. To understand requires a lot of reading here we go... To connect the dots please listen to this audio all the way through. Then read this and this and THIS! It is vital to understand that the New World Order is inextricably tied to the Fabian Socialists that formed in England during the later part of the 1800s and their intricate plans for a global fascist-socialistic society. In fact, there is no New World Order outside of the Fabian Socialist agenda.  Read Full Story
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Part 2: MULTICULTURALISM--CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY Opinion  •  Immigration
CONNECTING THE DOTS
Part 2: MULTICULTURALISM--CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY
09-08-2009
Frosty Wooldridge
   While the elites support and defend it, they step away from living with it.  Gated communities, private schools and country clubs across America represent the flight from multiculturalism.

 

 

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Part1: SNAKE-BITTEN AMERICA: MULTICULTURALISM’S ULTIMATE DILEMMA Opinion  •  Immigration
CONNECTING THE DOTS
Part1: SNAKE-BITTEN AMERICA: MULTICULTURALISM’S ULTIMATE DILEMMA
09-08-2009
Frosty Wooldridge
   White, Black, Hispanic and Muslims now battle for positioning within the United States.  The fantasy of a human bouquet of civility degrades into harsher realities of a fast-Balkanizing civilization.

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An Intolerant Police State, a new low for America. News Link  •  Police State
An Intolerant Police State, a new low for America.
09-08-2009  •  Steve Lombardi 

Does bad judgment or rude behavior by any citizen justify the use of force of an electric shock by the police in America?

Here we go again, another officer with poor or nonexistent communication skills using the Taser in a manner unacceptable in a free society. This new report comes from not New York City where you expect rude behavior to be the norm, but from the wild west of Glenrock, Wyoming.

Wasn’t it the Bush Administration that coined the phrase, “Freedom isn’t free.”? I’m left to wonder, free of what; free of excessive force from our own police force? Just going through the airport in America I’m made to feel like a criminal in ways you won’t feel going through airports in Europe. In Russia you get robbed over luggage charges but you expect it. In America we now get not just robbed by Wall Street, but there is a growing trend of being mugged by our own police forces.

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Obama keeps Bush watch list. Vaccine resisters could end up on list as “terrorists.” News Link  •  Pandemic
Obama keeps Bush watch list. Vaccine resisters could end up on list as “terrorists.”
09-08-2009  •  Examiner.com 
Existing state and federal legislation authorizes treating vaccine resisters as terrorists, including forcible removal and indefinite detention.The Obama administration wants to keep Bush administration’s secret about terror watch-list information that at least seventeen federal, state and local agencies share.

 
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Reported by: Jim Stachowiak
Activists in Scranton read aloud all 1,000 pages of health care bill News Link  •  Activism
Activists in Scranton read aloud all 1,000 pages of health care bill
09-08-2009  •  Times Leader 
How many people have read the full health care reform bill known as HR 3200?  Organizers of a public reading of the bill say not many. And for that reason, organizer Roxanne Pauline said that more than 38 people signed up to help read the more than 1,000-page bill.   Read Full Story
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Thursday Breakfast with Barbara Blewster on Problems in Education Feature Article  •  Events: Arizona
Thursday Breakfast with Barbara Blewster on Problems in Education
Powell Gammill
   Author of children's books, former Legislator and John Birch Society member Barbara Blewster: “Problems with Education Today”; Liberal commentary from Professional Educator & committed Lefty, John Thrasher.

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