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Date Sent: 2009-12-30
Freedom's Phoenix Global Edition for Wednesday, December 30, 2009
 
9th Circuit Places Limits on Taser use by Police -- Renminbi to replace US dollar for trade in Asia

Asian Markets Mixed After Wall Street Slips -- Former Guantanamo detainees fuel growing al-Qaeda cell -- Many airport security improvements would require more intrusion, oversight -- Savannah's Biscuit Police arrest -- Intel report: Iran seeking to smuggle raw uranium -- Health Insurance and Enumerated Powers: Congress claims the healthcare bill is Constitutional -- Coburn amendment would force members of Congress to use ObamaCare -- Video Of Iran Protesters Saving Prisoners From Getting Hanged -- Programmer Conned CIA, Pentagon Into Buying Bogus Anti-Terror Code -- California police demand helpless targets -- Ponzi scheme collapses nearly quadrupled in ’09 -- Broadcasters' woes could spell trouble for free TV -- Key security agencies lack permanent leaders -- Birther Attorney Orly Taitz: Time to Start Rallies Using 2nd Amendment Right to ‘Bare’ Arms

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9th Circuit Places Limits on Lawful use of Tasers by Police News Link  •  Law Enforcers or Peace Officers
9th Circuit Places Limits on Lawful use of Tasers by Police
12-29-2009  •  San Francisco Chronicle 
Police need reasons to believe a suspect is dangerous before firing a Taser and can't use their stun gun simply because the person is disobeying orders or acting erratically, a federal appeals court in San Francisco ruled Monday. The decision by t  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Terry Bressi
Renminbi set to replace US dollar for trade in Asia Pacific News Link  •  Economy - International
Renminbi set to replace US dollar for trade in Asia Pacific
12-29-2009  •  risk.net 
The Chinese renminbi is taking on an increased role in the Asia-Pacific region, and is expected over time to replace traditionally dominant currencies such as the US dollar and the euro for certain transactions.   Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Asian Markets Mixed After Wall Street Slips News Link  •  Economy - International
Asian Markets Mixed After Wall Street Slips
12-29-2009  •  AP 
Asian stock markets were mixed in sluggish, year-end trade Wednesday, following a lackluster session on Wall Street as many investors held back after this year's global rally.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Former Guantanamo detainees fuel growing al-Qaeda cell News Link  •  TERRORISM
Former Guantanamo detainees fuel growing al-Qaeda cell
12-29-2009  •  NY Times 
Former detainees of the U.S. prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, have led and fueled the growing assertiveness of the al-Qaeda branch that claimed responsibility for the attempted Christmas Day bombing of a U.S. airliner, potentially complicating the Oba  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Debate Over Full-Body Scans vs. Invasion of Privacy Flares Anew After Incident News Link  •  Transportation: Air Travel
Debate Over Full-Body Scans vs. Invasion of Privacy Flares Anew After Incident
12-29-2009  •  NY Times 
“The big question to our country is how to balance the need for personal privacy with the safety and security needs of our country,” said Rep. Jason Chaffetz, (UT-R) who sponsored a successful measure in the House to require the devices be used  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Many airport security improvements would require more intrusion, oversight News Link  •  Transportation: Air Travel
Many airport security improvements would require more intrusion, oversight
12-29-2009  •  Washington Post 
Aviation security could be improved with the use of databases containing passengers' personal information, technology such as body scans. Require greater tolerance of intrusions and far more effective government oversight, security specialists say.   Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Intel report: Iran seeking to smuggle raw uranium News Link  •  Iran
Intel report: Iran seeking to smuggle raw uranium
12-29-2009  •  AP 
Iran is close to clinching a deal to clandestinely import 1,350 tons of purified uranium ore from Kazakhstan. Tehran appears to be running out of the material, which it needs to feed its uranium enrichment program.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
San Francisco's famous sea lions have vanished News Link  •  Science, Medicine and Technology
San Francisco's famous sea lions have vanished
12-29-2009  •  AP 
Last month there were 1,500 sea lions on San Francisco's fabled Pier 39, a record number that delighted tourists and baffled experts. Why so many? Why were they sticking around? Now, all the sea lions are gone, leaving the experts guessing where they  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Feature Article  •  Events: Arizona
ARIZONA BREAKFAST CLUB this Saturday
Powell Gammill
   Michael Schoen on 9/11; 4409, Tesla and Morpheus on making giant politically incorrect billboards along freeways; and Ed Vallejo on being our representative to the 2009 Continental Congress.
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Savannah's Biscuit Police arrest Dangerous Criminal in Undercover Sting! News Link  •  Law Enforcers or Peace Officers
Savannah's Biscuit Police arrest Dangerous Criminal in Undercover Sting!
12-29-09  •  www.LCLReport.com 
In Savannah Georgia a snitch/competior uses the favor of the police force to set up an undercover sting on a delivery service. Over 5 police officers detain a man for delivering biscuits and gravy. You got to hear this story!  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Tarrin Lupo
Radio/TV Show  •  Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock - Radio
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Declare Your Independence With Ernest Hancock Afternoon December 29th 2009
   Science, Medicine & Technology - Advances of 2009. What does the future look like?
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A Prescription for the Goose…
The Coburn amendment would force members of Congress to use ObamaCare News Link  •  Healthcare
A Prescription for the Goose… The Coburn amendment would force members of Congress to use ObamaCare
07-16-2009  •  The Wall Street Journal 
Senator Tom Coburn is a physician who until recently still went home to Oklahoma to deliver babies. He believes Congress should weigh the dangers of a nationalized health system much more seriously than it has. In the tradition of someone using a 2x4  Read Full Story
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Reported by: cesar rosaortega
Health Insurance and Enumerated Powers: Congress claims the healthcare bill is Constitutional. Do yo News Link  •  Constitution
Health Insurance and Enumerated Powers: Congress claims the healthcare bill is Constitutional. Do yo
12-29-2009  •  James Leroy Wilson 
From Downsizer Dispatch The Enumerated Powers Act (EPA) requires that every bill must specify its source of Constitutional authority. This would prove very embarrassing to Congress, because there is no Constitutional authority for most of what the  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Sharlene Holt
Feature Article  •  Politics: Republican Campaigns
What do John McCain, Jon Kyl and Jan Brewer fear most?
John Green
   At the 2000 Utah Republican State Convention, incumbant governor Mike Leavitt and incumbant senator Orrin Hatch were literally booed off the stage. Do you think that went unnoticed by John McCain or Jon Kyl? Do you think they've forgotten?
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Radio/TV Show  •  Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock - Radio
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Declare Your Independence With Ernest Hancock Morning December 29th 2009
   Science, Medicine & Technology - Advances of 2009. What does the future look like?
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Funniest Commercials of 2009: In a Sea of Lackluster, 2 TV Ad Campaigns Blow Competition Away News Link  •  Entertainment: Television (TV)
Funniest Commercials of 2009: In a Sea of Lackluster, 2 TV Ad Campaigns Blow Competition Away
12-29-2009  •  Ginn 
In a sea of bland, lackluster commercials, two ad campaigns, an eccentric, intriguing, adventurous older man and a Scotsman wielding a dipstick won hands down as the funniest commercials of 2009.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Randy Ricochet
Video Of Iran Protesters Saving Prisoners From Getting Hanged News Link  •  Iran
Video Of Iran Protesters Saving Prisoners From Getting Hanged
12-29-2009  •  The Business Insider 
When you see footage such as this, with anti-regime Iranian protesters losing any concern about their own safety, it's hard to imagine the current leadership hanging on. Brutal footage of protesters saving 2 men who were being hanged.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
The Deadliest place on Earth? Surviving The Giant Crystal Cave News Link  •  Science, Medicine and Technology
The Deadliest place on Earth? Surviving The Giant Crystal Cave
12-29-2009  •  The Iron Ammonite 
MUST SEE! It's 122 degrees F and has a humidity of 100%, less than a hundred people have been inside and it's so deadly that even with respirators and suits of ice you can only survive for 20 minutes before your body starts to fail. It’s the nearest  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Programmer Conned CIA, Pentagon Into Buying Bogus Anti-Terror Code News Link  •  Central Intelligence Agency
Programmer Conned CIA, Pentagon Into Buying Bogus Anti-Terror Code
12-29-2009  •  Wired 
A programmer who claims he produced software that detected hidden terrorist messages in Al Jazeera broadcasts was apparently responsible for a false alert in 2003 that grounded international flights. The 2003 incident raised the government’s security  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
California police demand helpless targets News Link  •  Law Enforcers or Peace Officers
California police demand helpless targets
12-29-2009  •  St. Louis Gun Rights Examiner 
This month, a CA appeals court overturned a state law banning violent felons' possession of body armor. As might be expected, CA police are not pleased by the ruling. The president of the union representing LAPD officers is among those voicing that   Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
280-Million-Year-Old Reptiles' Last Meal Preserved News Link  •  Archaeology
280-Million-Year-Old Reptiles' Last Meal Preserved
12-29-2009  •  Discovery News 
Scientists found insect parts stuck between the teeth of 2 Paleozoic reptiles. Strongly suggests the pre-Dinosaur Era equivalent of today's lizards feasted on insects, and it's the first known evidence for this behavior among vertebrates. The prehist  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Ponzi scheme collapses nearly quadrupled in ’09 News Link  •  Economy - International
Ponzi scheme collapses nearly quadrupled in ’09
12-29-2009  •  AP 
It was a rough year for Ponzi schemes. In 2009, the recession unraveled 4 times as many of the investment scams as fell apart in 2008, with "Ponzi" becoming a buzzword again, thanks to the collapse of Bernard Madoff’s $50 billion plot. Tens of tho  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Broadcasters' woes could spell trouble for free TV News Link  •  Entertainment: Television (TV)
Broadcasters' woes could spell trouble for free TV
12-29-2009  •  AP 
For more than 60 years, TV stations have broadcast news, sports and entertainment for free and made their money by showing commercials. That might not work much longer. The business model is unraveling at ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Maricopa County supervisors to establish disclosure rules News Link  •  Arizona's Top News
Maricopa County supervisors to establish disclosure rules
12-29-2009  •  Arizona Republic 
Maricopa Co. Board of Supervisors resolved to establish financial disclosure rules for county officials, partly to comply with a judge's order. In fact, the Board has voted to do so already - in 1974, 1984 and 1994 - but never did so in a manner that  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Standoff over US base closure sours US-Japan ties News Link  •  Foreign Policy
Standoff over US base closure sours US-Japan ties
12-29-2009  •  AP 
When the US took over a Japanese airfield here in the closing days of World War II, it was surrounded by sugarcane fields. Now it is the focus of a deepening dispute that is testing Japan’s security alliance with the US and dividing its new governmen  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Phone points illegal border crossers to water News Link  •  Immigration
Phone points illegal border crossers to water
12-29-2009  •  AP 
The Transborder Immigrant Tool is part technology endeavor, part art project. It introduces a high-tech twist to an old debate about how far activists can go to prevent migrants from dying on the border without breaking the law. Immigration hardli  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Key security agencies lack permanent leaders News Link  •  Homeland Security
Key security agencies lack permanent leaders
12-29-2009  •  AP 
2 federal agencies charged with keeping potential terrorists off airplanes and out of the country have been without their top leaders for nearly a year. It took the Obama administration more than 8 months to nominate anyone to lead the Transportation  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Gaza One Year Later Feature Article  •  Israel - Palestine
Gaza One Year Later
Stephen Lendman
   Still occupied under siege
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Iran's Growing Revolution News Link  •  Iran
Iran's Growing Revolution
12-29-2009  •  arclein 
This movement has grown exponentially in a very short period of time. Although only beginning in June over allegations of voter fraud, the movement is now endorsed by millions of combative Iranians, demanding “death to the dictator,” while they waiv  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Robert Klein
Frozen in Time News Link  •  Climate Change
Frozen in Time
12-29-2009  •  arclein 
There are facts and data that are ignored in the maelstrom of social and economic agendas swirling about Copenhagen. Greenhouse gases and their effects are well-known. Here are some of things we know:   Read Full Story
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Reported by: Robert Klein
Exponential Money News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Exponential Money
12-29-2009  •  arclein 
It is this: Our monetary system must continually expand, forever. The US/world monetary system was designed and implemented at a time when the earth’s resources seemed limitless, so few gave much critical thought to the implications that every singl  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Robert Klein
Birther Attorney Orly Taitz: Time to Start Rallies Using 2nd Amendment Right to ‘Bare’ Arms News Link  •  Gun Rights
Birther Attorney Orly Taitz: Time to Start Rallies Using 2nd Amendment Right to ‘Bare’ Arms
12-28-2009  •  Ginn 
We agree with noted Birther attorney Orly Taitz on the right for Americans to view Obama's original birth certificate. BUT, as far as the 2nd Amendment goes, someone should inform Dr. Taitz that Americans already have the right to “bare arms. Her lat  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Randy Ricochet
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