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Date Sent: 2010-09-08
Freedom's Phoenix Global Edition for Tuesday, September 7, 2010 PM edition
 
Petraeus Seeks Troops for Afghanistan -- Obama's Business Tax Relief, $50 Billion Spending

Successful Economic Policies? For Whom? - by Ron Paul -- Afghan bank officers' assets frozen -- David Westin Resigns As ABC News President -- Plan to Bribe Taliban Fighters Stalls Over Lack of Funds -- Chinese Broadcasting Satellite Placed in Orbit -- Star Trek 365 Book Sets Phasers on Stunning -- Self-Healing Solar Cells Could Have Indefinite Lifespan -- Stocks Rise to Four-Week High, Bonds Rebound, Metals Up -- Despite formal combat end, US joins Baghdad battle -- Chinese film on 1960 labor camps cheered in Venice -- More than 400 US Banks Will Fail: Roubini  -- Obama calling for more infrastructure spending -- FDA says fast-growing GM salmon ‘safe to be farmed and eaten’ -- Nevada candidate touts speedy fix to budget crisis -- MILITARY JUDGE says evidence could be an “EMBARRASSMENT” to BHO! -- Peru Willing to Accept U.S. Military Aid in Drug War -- Cell Phone Revolution Lifts India's Farmers -- Jet Engine Design Advance

 

Petraeus Seeks More Troops for Afghanistan News Link  •  Afghanistan
Petraeus Seeks More Troops for Afghanistan
09-07-2010  Gen. David Petraeus, the new commander in Afghanistan, is now asking for more troops.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Ernest Hancock
Obama to Propose Business Tax Relief, $50 Billion Spending News Link  •  Government Debt & Financing
Obama to Propose Business Tax Relief, $50 Billion Spending
09-07-2010  President Barack Obama proposed spending at least $50 billion to rehabilitate the nation’s transportation infrastructure to help spur an economy that’s lost jobs for three straight months.   Read Full Story
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Reported by: Ernest Hancock
Successful Economic Policies? For Whom? - by Ron Paul Feature Article  •  Economy - Economics USA
Successful Economic Policies? For Whom? - by Ron Paul
Powell Gammill
   Last week, in the wake of another uptick in the official unemployment rate, the administration continued to claim that their economic policies were working, just not fast enough. This administration inherited an unemployment rate of 7.7% and
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Afghan bank officers' assets frozen News Link  •  Bank of International Settlements
Afghan bank officers' assets frozen
09-07-2010  Move targets leading shareholders and borrowers of Kabul Bank in the wake of serious liquidity crisis.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Ernest Hancock
David Westin Resigns As ABC News President News Link  •  Media: Television
David Westin Resigns As ABC News President
09-07-2010  ABC News President David Westin, the longest-reigning network news division chief, with more than 13 tumultuous years on the job, told his staff Monday that he is resigning and will leave by the end of the year.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Ernest Hancock
Sugata Mitra: The child-driven education News Link  •  Education: Private Secular Schools and Home School
Sugata Mitra: The child-driven education
09-07-2010    Read Full Story
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Reported by: Ernest Hancock
Plan to Bribe Taliban Fighters Stalls Over Lack of Funds News Link  •  Government Debt & Financing
Plan to Bribe Taliban Fighters Stalls Over Lack of Funds
09-07-2010  A January plan to throw hundreds of millions of dollars in bribes at “low-level” Taliban fighters in the hope that they will switch sides and back the US-led occupation took a summit earlier this year by storm.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Ernest Hancock
Chinese Broadcasting Satellite Placed in Orbit News Link  •  Space Travel and Exploration
Chinese Broadcasting Satellite Placed in Orbit
09-07-2010  A Chinese communications satellite launched Saturday on a Long March rocket, beginning a mission to broadcast civil television and radio signals across China.   Read Full Story
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Reported by: Ernest Hancock
Star Trek 365 Book Sets Phasers on Stunning News Link  •  Just For Fun!
Star Trek 365 Book Sets Phasers on Stunning
09-07-2010  •  Wired 
The new book examines in microscopic detail each of the 79 episodes of Gene Roddenberry's enormously influential sci-fi series, which ran from 1966 to 1969.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Donna Hancock
Self-Healing Solar Cells Could Have Indefinite Lifespan News Link  •  Science
Self-Healing Solar Cells Could Have Indefinite Lifespan
09-07-2010  •  Wired 
So rather than trying to make solar cells that are extremely durable, the team decided to take a literal leaf from nature’s book and go the route of self-repair, says chemical engineer Michael Strano of MIT, who led the project.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Donna Hancock
Los Angeles school named after Al Gore News Link  •  Environment
Los Angeles school named after Al Gore
09-07-2010  •  LA Times 
He's the first vice president to have an L.A. school named after him, sharing the honor with author Rachel Carson. Fittingly, the campus will be devoted to environmental themes. But there's a catch.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Donna Hancock
Commuters Walloped by Strikes in France, London News Link  •  World News
Commuters Walloped by Strikes in France, London
09-07-2010  •  CNBC 
Public transit ground to a halt across France and on the London Tube on Tuesday, with tourists and commuters bearing the brunt of a wave of discontent over government austerity measures.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Donna Hancock
Stocks Rise to Four-Week High, Bonds Rebound, Metals Up News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Stocks Rise to Four-Week High, Bonds Rebound, Metals Up
09-07-2010  •  Bloomberg 
Global stocks rose to a four-week high and industrial metals rallied amid growing optimism about the prospects for economic growth. European bonds rebounded from three days of losses.   Read Full Story
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Reported by: Donna Hancock
Rachel Sussman: The world's oldest living things News Link  •  History
Rachel Sussman: The world's oldest living things
09-07-2010  •  TedTalks 
Rachel Sussman shows photographs of the world's oldest continuously living organisms -- from 2,000-year-old brain coral off Tobago's coast to an "underground forest" in South Africa that has lived since before the dawn of agriculture.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Donna Hancock
Despite formal combat end, US joins Baghdad battle News Link  •  Iraq
Despite formal combat end, US joins Baghdad battle
09-07-2010  •  APNews 
Days after the U.S. officially ended combat operations and touted Iraq's ability to defend itself, American troops found themselves battling heavily armed militants assaulting an Iraqi military headquarters in the center of Baghdad on Sunday.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Donna Hancock
Chinese film on 1960 labor camps cheered in Venice News Link  •  Police State
Chinese film on 1960 labor camps cheered in Venice
09-07-2010  •  Yahoo News 
Billed as right-wing enemies by the government for even mildly criticizing the Communist party or simply because of their background, many died of starvation, disease and exhaustion in the ditches that served as dormitories.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Donna Hancock
More than 400 US Banks Will Fail: Roubini News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
More than 400 US Banks Will Fail: Roubini
09-07-2010  •  CNBC 
Even if the US and European economies manage to avoid a double dip, it will still feel like a recession, while more than half of the 800-plus US banks on the "critical list" are likely to go bust, according to renowned economist Nouriel Roubini of Ro  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Donna Hancock
Obama calling for more infrastructure spending News Link  •  Economic Stimulus
Obama calling for more infrastructure spending
09-07-2010  •  APNews 
Vowing to find new ways to stimulate the sputtering economy, President Barack Obama will call for long-term investments in the nation's roads, railways and runways that would cost at least $50 billion.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Donna Hancock
FDA says fast-growing GM salmon ‘safe to be farmed and eaten’ News Link  •  Bioterrorism
FDA says fast-growing GM salmon ‘safe to be farmed and eaten’
09-07-2010  •  Farm Wars 
Genetically modified salmon which grow at twice the speed of their natural counterparts are safe to be farmed and eaten, US regulators have ruled.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Barbara Peterson
Nevada candidate touts speedy fix to budget crisis News Link  •  Politics: Independent and Other Campaigns
Nevada candidate touts speedy fix to budget crisis
09-07-2010  •  Brietbart 
One Nevada gubernatorial hopeful sees a speedy fix to Nevada's budget crisis. Nonpartisan candidate Eugene "Gino" DiSimone believes people would pay for the privilege to drive up to 90 mph on designated highways"and fill the state's depleted coffers.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Brock Lorber
MILITARY JUDGE says evidence could be an “EMBARRASSMENT” to BHO! News Link  •  Military
MILITARY JUDGE says evidence could be an “EMBARRASSMENT” to BHO!
09-07-2010  •  Speak Truth 2 Power 
"Charges have been filed because Lakin refused to deploy to Afghanistan in April, because he believes the president of the United States cannot be the commander in chief and has failed to prove his citizenship."  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Barbara Peterson

Peru Willing to Accept U.S. Military Aid in Drug War News Link  •  Drug War
Peru Willing to Accept U.S. Military Aid in Drug War
09-07-2010  Peruvian President Alan Garcia says that “on all matters that are humane and universal, I don’t have any disagreement over sovereignty and patriotism. That is, if the Americans would like to put training troops here, as they have helicopters and sate  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Leon Felkins
Shock Salmon Return on Fraser River Sockeye Run News Link  •  Agriculture
Shock Salmon Return on Fraser River Sockeye Run
09-07-2010  •  arclein 
This year's unexpected boom has led to even more intense speculation about the state of the sockeye population. The 2009 salmon run reportedly saw only around 1.5 million fish returning to the river. The Canadian government's Cohen Commission, esta  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Robert Klein
Cell Phone Revolution Lifts India's Farmers News Link  •  Agriculture
Cell Phone Revolution Lifts India's Farmers
09-07-2010  •  arclein 
Farmers like Sathe are increasingly being seen as key customers in India's competitive mobile phone market, as the number of subscribers across the country grows at staggering rates. Between 16 and 20 million new subscribers are signing up every   Read Full Story
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Reported by: Robert Klein
Jet Engine Design Advance News Link  •  Science, Medicine and Technology
Jet Engine Design Advance
09-07-2010  •  arclein 
The approach taken by R-Jet involves having the air and hot gases in the combustor rotate with the compressor and turbine. To achieve this, the company uses what it calls an orbiting combustion nozzle (OCN), which turns with the compressor to inject   Read Full Story
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Reported by: Robert Klein
Thunder Bird or Mothman? News Link  •  Science
Thunder Bird or Mothman?
09-07-2010  •  arclein 
When first observed, the massive wings of the creature were in an upward position and were beginning to drop slowly, almost as if they were rolling to the bottom. The swoosh sound could be heard when the wings were moving. The powerful bird had flown  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Robert Klein
Israel/Palestine: More on the Sham Peace Talks Feature Article  •  Israel - Palestine
Israel/Palestine: More on the Sham Peace Talks
Stephen Lendman
   For 35 years, the talks have been a charade.
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Global BDS Against Israel Is Working Feature Article  •  Israel - Palestine
Global BDS Against Israel Is Working
Stephen Lendman
   Israelis fear growing delegitimization
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Thursday Breakfast: Feature Article  •  Events: Arizona
Thursday Breakfast: "The Morality of ‘Walking Away’ from a Mortgage" debate
Powell Gammill
   This is THE FINAL Strategic Edge Business Alliance breakfast this Thursday. What: "The Morality of ‘Walking Away’ from a Mortgage", with ASU’s Dr. Marianne Jennings vs. Scottsdale Attorney, Don Loeb, Esq. Open to the public.
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Boulder Wildfire Four Mile Canyon Wildfire Spreads to 3500 Acres News Link  •  Natural Disasters
Boulder Wildfire Four Mile Canyon Wildfire Spreads to 3500 Acres
09-07-2010  •  Ginn 
Good news and bad news related to the Boulder wildfire, the Four Mile Canyon wildfire currently estimated at 3500 acres. According to officials, the high winds are expect to subside. 3000 homes have been evacuated.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Randy Ricochet
Cash for Crips: $1.6 Bill for Urban Tattoo Removals Has 235 House Co-Sponsors News Link  •  Legislative Mischief
Cash for Crips: $1.6 Bill for Urban Tattoo Removals Has 235 House Co-Sponsors
09-07-2010  •  Mondo Frazier 
A bill for urban gang "rehabilitation centers" is making its way through the House--it has 235 co-sponsors so far. The cost? $1.6 billion. That'll remove a lot of tattoos  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Randy Ricochet
The Illuminati Game: (The future on cards) News Link  •  Conspiracies
The Illuminati Game: (The future on cards)
10/19/08  •  Youtube 
In 1990, role-playing inventor, Steve Jackson, was planning his newest game, which he would ultimately call the "Illuminati -- New World Order" Game, or "INWO" for short. Jackson was creating a game that would hit very, very close to home, very c  Read Full Story
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