Sunday, July 31, 2011

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Well a lot of people don’t like the idea of a corporation keeping tabs on most of your internet activity which they can tie to your identity and sell or hand over to a governmental agency. You don’t need to be doing something wrong to enjoy your privacy.I think of it like this: no one says “why do you have blinds on the windows of your home? Do you have something to hide?” http://endthelie.com/2011/07/28/a-quick-foolproof-guide-to-hinder-google-from-tracking-your-internet-activity/#axzz1Tiv0Dodi

By Madison Ruppert Editor of End the Lie After yesterday’s article on Google I received some concerned e-mails from readers who wanted to know what
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Despite attempts to develop cyber-security standards for power plants, experts warn that there is still a gaping hole for hackers to exploit.
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Israel supporters are sounding the alarm on a controversial law in the Palestinian Authority that forbids Arabs from selling land to Jews. On the Mount of Olives, a large Israeli flag flies over a hou...
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King’s College London, Newcastle University and Warwick University, pictured, were granted licences to carry out the research after the 2008 Human Fertilisation Embryology Act came into force.
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Plucky Chris Grimmer reeled in the biggest albino catfish ever caught by an angler. The 8ft beast tipped the scales at 194lbs - 2lbs heavier than the previous best.
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China's military is developing electromagnetic pulse weapons that Beijing plans to use against U.S. aircraft carriers in any future conflict overTaiwan, according to an intelligence report made public on Thursday.
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/jul/21/beijing-develops-radiation-weapons/

China's military is developing electromagnetic pulse weapons that Beijing plans to use against U.S. aircraft carriers in any future conflict over Taiwan, according to an intelligence report made publi...
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Sabotage by an insider at a major utility facility, including a chemical or oil refinery, could provide al Qaeda with its best opportunity for the kind of massive Sept. 11 anniversary attack Osama bin...
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A news site dedicated to news analysis of current events from the perspective of Bible prophecy with Hal Lindsey
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Afghanistan - A half a world away from the Capitol Hill deadlock, the economy and debt crisis are weighing heavily on U.S. troops in Afghanistan.And the top question on their minds Saturday even as bombings rocked the city around them, was one the top U.S. military officer couldn't answer.Will we get paid?
http://www.startribune.com/world/126448268.html

CAMP LEATHERNECK, Afghanistan
- A half a world away from the Capitol Hill deadlock, the economy and debt crisis are weighing heavily on U
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Thom Hartmann, author Neil Howe discussed how he and William Strauss came to accurately predict today’s political crisis in their 1997 book “The Fourth Turning,” and offered speculation as to what might happen next.The two essentially agreed that the United States may be in for a series of events on the magnitude of the revolution, civil war or great depression.Speaking of the generational differences between today’s new guard and the retiring baby boomers, Howe said that cultural forces have essentially forced this crisis, with “culture warriors” and “values voters” in direct contention with “gen x” for control of the national budget.
http://www.rawstory.com/rawreplay/2011/07/author-u-s-may-be-on-the-verge-of-another-revolution/

On last night’s The Big Picture with progressive talk show host Thom Hartmann, author Neil Howe discussed how he and William Strauss came to accurately predict today’s political crisis in their 1997 b...
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Syrian tanks firing shells and machineguns stormed the city of Hama on Sunday, killing at least 80 civilians in a move to crush demonstrations against President Bashar al-Assad's rule, rights activists and residents said.
The Associated Press, meanwhile, reported that at least 49 people have been killed in Hama. Syrian authorities have expelled most independent journalists since the unrest began in March, making it difficult to verify reports of violence and casualties.

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Syrian tanks firing shells and machineguns stormed the city of Hama on Sunday, killing at least 80 civilians in a move to crush demonstrations against President Bashar al-Assad's rule, rights activist...
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The FBI is opening up a probe into an alleged police brutality cover-up in Tennessee. Darren Ring suffered four cracked ribs and a punctured lung after Tennessee police stripped him naked, beat him in the snow and used pepper spray and a Taser on him. Ring spent five months behind bars after the event.
Now his court-appointed defense attorney has obtained 22 minutes of raw footage taken from a police car that night. Once the footage surfaced, charges were dropped against Ring. His attorney, however, says that the Tennessee police
filed false charges against his client in order to cover up their own actions.


youtube.com – The FBI is opening up a probe into an alleged police brutality cover-up in Tennessee. Darren Ring suffered four cracked ribs and a punctured lung after...
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The truth about gay's is this is usually how it all begins.

According to the boys, Wayerski was blackmailing them by threatening to “get them sent to Juvie or jail if they told anyone.”
https://rt.com/usa/news/police-child-wayerski-sex/

Wheeler, Wisconsin police chief, Gary Wayerski, has been taken in to custody as a suspect for second-degree sexual assault of a child, exposing a child to harmful substances and misconduct in public o...
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“The bill is mislabeled,” Rep. John Conyers (D-MI) tells CNET. "This is not protecting children from Internet pornography. It's creating a database for everybody in this country for a lot of other purposes." http://rt.com/usa/news/internet-1981-law-patriot/

Goodbye, civil liberties! The government is using a bill disguised as anti-child pornography legislation to allow them to start monitoring Web-usage of everyone.
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How does $72 million towards a few hundred new radiation-beaming body scanners sound? If you don’t like it, that’s too bad — the US government has already written the check.
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