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Government Promises to Cut Social Security in Urgent Compromise

Activist Post It’s official, national austerity measures are here!  As Wisconsin protesters fill the streets because of lost rights and benefits to workers, the nation is gearing up to face similar losses with social security being cut.  Comedian George Carlin warned us that this day would come: “Now they’re coming for your social security money . […]

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The Security Budget vs. the Necessities of Americans.

How does military spending impact Americans? by Kevin Zeese President Obama and the Congress have taken 66% of discretionary spending in the federal budget off the table –the SecurityBudget – while proposing a freeze to the rest of the budget and deep cuts to some programs that provide necessities for the American people. His budget […]

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US Caught in The Big Lie: ThisCantBeHappening! was Correct in Exposing Raymond Davis as a Spy

Dave Lindorff Talk about getting caught in a Big Lie. So desperate has been the US effort to get the killer Raymond Davis sprung from police custody in Lahore, Pakistan following his execution-style slaughter of two Pakistani intelligence operatives in broad daylight in a crowded commercial area, that the government trotted out President Obama to […]

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Sociocide: Iraq Is No More

War Is A Crime, February 17, 2011 As we approach the 8th anniversary of a U.S. invasion of Iraq, and having just passed the 20th anniversary of another, it’s worth reflecting on what’s been accomplished through two wars and the intervening sanctions that former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright so famously approved of even at […]

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The Shame Of Being An American

Paul Craig Roberts Prisonplanet.com Feb 17, 2011 The United States government has overestimated the amount of shame that it and American citizens can live down.  On February 15 “the indispensable people” had to suffer the hypocrisy of the U.S. Secretary of State delivering a speech about America’s commitment to Internet freedomwhile the U.S. Department of Justice (sic) brought unconstitutional […]

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Women, Children of Bedouin Village El Araqib Beaten as they Silently Protest 16th Demolition of their Homes

Tania Kepler AIC, February 10, 2011 Women and children of the Bedouin village of Al Araqib were beaten and gassed by Israel forces Thursday morning (10/2), in an attempt to halt the 16th demolition of their homes and property.       Demolitions in El Araqib this morning (photo courtesty of Negev Coexistence Forum)   […]

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'Military Top Brass Atop Egypt Pyramid'

Saturday, 12 February 2011 David Icke  ‘Now what is [Vice President] Omar Suleiman‘s position? No one knows that he remains in his position as vice president. The government of course is going to be changed. But the top brass, all of the members of this military council, [are] all very close hand-picked generals picked by […]

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‘Military Top Brass Atop Egypt Pyramid’

Saturday, 12 February 2011 David Icke  ‘Now what is [Vice President] Omar Suleiman‘s position? No one knows that he remains in his position as vice president. The government of course is going to be changed. But the top brass, all of the members of this military council, [are] all very close hand-picked generals picked by […]

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Why Mubarak Had to Go

I hope it’s as simple as this. But I doubt it…. Stephen Herrington It’s a jubilant day in Egypt. It’s a terrifying day for potentates. Mubarak was pulled down by a peaceful public protest of the masses, a protest as significant and worthy as any in world history. What follows it is anybody’s guess. But […]

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