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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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Petraeus Accuses Afghan Parents of Burning Kids to Make US Look Bad

Attempt to Downplay Kunar Massacre Sparks Outrage Jason Ditz February 21, 2011 One would think that the effort to downplay the killings of as many as 64 civilians, including a large number of children, would be enough to spark considerable anti-US outrage, but apparently Gen. David Petraeus saw an opportunity to make things even worse, and […]

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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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Muslim Brotherhood- Illuminati Tools

by Former Intelligence Officer (for henry makow.com) ‘Iqhwan il Muslimoon’ In his book “Hostage to Khomeini,” Robert Dreyfuss gave a pretty accurate rendering of the MB in 1980, which as I have witnessed, is common knowledge in high government, diplomatic and Intelligence circles: “The real Muslim Brotherhood is not the fanatical sheikh with his equally […]

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Egypt move revives US Internet ‘kill switch’ debate

AFP/Activist Post WASHINGTON (AFP) – Egypt‘s five-day shutdown of the Internet has revived debate in the United States over how much authority the president should have over the Web in the event of a crisis. Some opponents of cybersecurity legislation wending its way through the US Congress have condemned the bill as a danger to […]

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Egypt move revives US Internet 'kill switch' debate

AFP/Activist Post WASHINGTON (AFP) – Egypt‘s five-day shutdown of the Internet has revived debate in the United States over how much authority the president should have over the Web in the event of a crisis. Some opponents of cybersecurity legislation wending its way through the US Congress have condemned the bill as a danger to […]

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Spiralling Defense Spending: Public Says Cut Pentagon, Obama Says Increase It

by David Swanson   Did you know that the U.S. public wants military spending cut? Did you know that President Barack Obama wants to increase it for his third year in a row? Actually I already know that most of you didn’t know either of these things. A poll released on Tuesday and in line with […]

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Egypt’s Internet Shut Down, According To Reports

It’s only going to make people angrier.  And it can also mean that atrocities will be made against the people and it won’t be immediately communicated… Craig Kanalley Reports are emerging that Internet has gone down in Cairo and throughout Egypt, only hours beforethe largest planned protests yet. According to a report from The Arabist, “Egypt […]

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Egypt's Internet Shut Down, According To Reports

It’s only going to make people angrier.  And it can also mean that atrocities will be made against the people and it won’t be immediately communicated… Craig Kanalley Reports are emerging that Internet has gone down in Cairo and throughout Egypt, only hours beforethe largest planned protests yet. According to a report from The Arabist, “Egypt […]

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