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Archive for November, 2010 :


Many Say Government Now Operating Outside the Constitution
November 30th, 2010

Voters are clearly dubious about the size and scope of today’s federal government.


$335,906 Is The Price Of The Constitution
November 30th, 2010

When Senators give speeches, they will say that you can’t put a price on freedom. But as it turns out you can. You can actually put an exact dollar amount on the Constitution. And that amount is $335,906.


So What Happens If The Dollar And The Euro Both Collapse?
November 30th, 2010

So what happens if the dollar and the euro both collapse? Well, it would certainly throw the current world financial order into a state of chaos, but what would emerge from the ashes?


Patriot Act for Food: A Close Look at Bizarre Propaganda for S.510
November 30th, 2010

From a need to stop food smuggling, to the law is too old, to the terrorists are gonna get us, elites sure are shy on brains when it comes to credible propaganda.


Religion as a Tool of Repression
November 30th, 2010

In this era of permanent war we see bumper stickers that attempt to meld religion with nationalism. They carry jingoistic slogans like “God bless America” or “God bless our troops.”


The Original Sin: Non-Separation Between State and Religion
November 30th, 2010

Zionism was a rebellion against the Jewish religion. It was born in sin. Zionism rebelled against the Halakha (religious law) which forbade Jews to “ascend” to the holy country en masse.


Russians Smell Anti-Obama Conspiracy
November 30th, 2010

In Russia, where spreading misinformation is integral to the political culture, the latest WikiLeaks release of more than 250,000 diplomatic cables is being seen as an attempt to smear President Obama.


America Gone Wild: Black Friday Lunacy
November 30th, 2010

Almost the entire right-hand column of The Drudge Report is dedicated to senseless violence and the raging insanity of Black Friday holiday shopping in America.


Angelina Jolie Said Thanksgiving is a ‘Story of Murder’
November 30th, 2010

While everyone celebrated Thanksgiving, one of America’s most famous families, the Jolie-Pitts, have decided to sit this Thanksgiving out.


Despite Massive Protests, US Senate Passes S-510 Food Safety Bill
November 30th, 2010

The new Food Tyranny Act — called the “Food Safety Modernization Act” in the U.S. Senate — has been passed by the senate today.


How a Healthy Food Coalition Defeated a Fast Food Icon
November 30th, 2010

he Board of Supervisors approved an ordinance to place limits—based on specific nutrition criteria—on how toys are marketed by restaurants in the city and county of San Francisco.


Stop Genetically Engineered Salmon From Reaching Your Plate!
November 30th, 2010

The FDA is trying to approve GE salmon as a new animal drug, but the truth is U.S. food agencies have not evaluated the impacts of GE salmon on human health or the environment.


Fed’s Warrantless Raid on Farm School, Found Only Fresh Produce
November 30th, 2010

The government terror campaign against innocent civilians continues. A September raid on a small farming school–the Santa Fe New Mexican–left children and administrators in shock.


Backyard Drilling Against Your Will
November 30th, 2010

Drilling in highly populated areas has become completely out of control. We cannot drill in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for fear of disturbing the pristine environment and the polar bears, but we gladly drill just yards from our schools, homes and churches.


Arctic’s Airports May Soon Get Southern Security Levels
November 30th, 2010

You may face delays due to fog, snow or tardy passengers, who haven’t made it to the airport yet, but one thing you won’t face when flying in northern Canada is the possibility of a public groping or other indignities of air travel in a post 911 universe.


Feds Start Shutting Down Web Sites
November 29th, 2010

The U.S. federal govt. has started stealing the domain names of web sites it claims might be guilty of copyright violations or which might encourage copy-right violations.


100,000 Protest In Ireland Over EU/IMF Bailout
November 29th, 2010

The Irish don’t want their criminal corporations and corrupt govt. to be given a massive handout that the taxpayers will have to repay.


Homeland Security Shuts Down Web Sites Without Court Order
November 28th, 2010

The Homeland Security Department’s customs enforcement division has gone on a Web site shutdown spree, closing down at least 76 domains this week, according to online reports.


Tarpley: US Using Korea To Make Money
November 28th, 2010

North Korea and South Korea exchanged artillery fire. All the while the United States dollar has strengthened as bad blood between North and South Korea means big business for the US.


Pentagon — War Gaming ‘Economic Breakdown,’ and ‘Civil Unrest’
November 28th, 2010

Inquiring minds are asking why the Pentagon and US Military are actively and aggressively engaged in planning responsive action to large scale economic breakdown and civil unrest scenarios.


Next Step for Tight Security Could Be Trains, Boats, Metro
November 28th, 2010

The next step in tightened security could be on U.S. public transportation, trains and boats.


AIPAC Spying, Why Is The FBI Looking the Other Way?
November 28th, 2010

AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee), is a sham. The group has, over the years, destroyed anyone who has tried to have it named what it really is, a dangerous foreign lobby and nest of spies.


Inside Job
November 28th, 2010

David Dees’ political satire illustrations set to the tune of Don Henley’s “Inside Job”.


Critical Habitat Designation Will Adversely Impact Alaska Natives
November 27th, 2010

Today’s decision to designate more than 187,000 square miles across the North Slope as “critical habitat” for polar bears disproportionately impacts Alaska Natives.


TSA News Media Saturation: To Desenitize and Anger the Population
November 26th, 2010

The greater amount of coverage this topic gets, the more people will be desensitized to it and the more likely they will accept it as a new reality. Or somebody becomes so angry and react violently to this enslavement.


Warren Buffett Tells ABC Rich People Should Pay Higher Taxes
November 26th, 2010

Billionaire Warren Buffett said that rich people should pay more in taxes and that Bush-era tax cuts for top earners should be allowed to expire at the end of December.


People Power! Beating the TSA Out of Their Own Game
November 26th, 2010

In order to enter the USA, Matt Kernan was never touched, he was never “Backscatted,” and was never metal detected. It took 2.5 hours, but proved that it is possible to exercise one’s constitutional rights.


A Dying Banker’s Last Stand Against Wall Street
November 26th, 2010

A banker inflicted with brain cancer hunkered down in his tiny home office and channeled his remaining energy into writing a book so others won’t fall into Wall Street’s traps.


Terror Scare in Germany Turns Out To Be US “Test”
November 26th, 2010

A suspected bomb intercepted in Namibia that was to be put on a Munich-bound charter plane was a harmless US-made dummy used to test security checks, Germany’s interior minister said.


FBI Raids Activists Homes, Pressures Them To Name Names
November 26th, 2010

Three of the nine Minneapolis peace activists whose homes were raided on September 24, 2010 received notice of new subpoenas coming from the Chicago Grand Jury.


Google Charges Feds $25/Head for User Surveillance
November 26th, 2010

Microsoft does not charge for government surveillance of its users, whereas Google charges $25 per user, according to a US Drug Enforcement Admission document turned up by security and privacy guru Christopher Soghoian.


GM Mosquito Wild Release Takes Campaigners by Surprise
November 26th, 2010

Safety concerns were raised over the release of genetically modified (GM) mosquitoes into the wild on the Cayman Islands, publicized internationally only last month — a year after their initial release.


Koreas on ‘Brink of War’ Because of Seoul, Pyongyang says
November 26th, 2010

North Korea on Wednesday blamed South Korea for driving them “to the brink of war,” a day after the North shelled a South Korean island and killed four people.


Palin’s ‘Snuff Film’ Outrages Animal Rights Advocates
November 25th, 2010

Sarah Palin is under fire for apparently clubbing a fish to death, then holding its still-beating heart in her hands for television cameras in what a US animal rights group calls a “snuff video”.


After Election Stuffing, Obama Pardons Turkey
November 25th, 2010

He couldn’t preserve the political lives of fellow Democrats this month, but he can still save a turkey.


Nepal Campaigners Call for End to Animal Sacrifices
November 25th, 2010

Animal rights campaigners today began a sombre purification ceremony to commemorate the pain of the victims and renew their appeal for an end to animal sacrifice.


120-plus Dogs Rescued from Pope County Property
November 25th, 2010

More than 120 dogs have been rescued from extremely overcrowded and unsanitary conditions at a volunteer-run animal shelter in eastern Pope County.


UCLA Researcher Targeted by Animal Rights Activists
November 25th, 2010

Animal rights activists have claimed responsibility for sending a package of razor blades to a UCLA researcher involved in animal studies.


Agriculture Minister Calls for Tougher Animal-Welfare Legislation
November 25th, 2010

Agriculture Minister Hussein Hajj Hassan urged the government Thursday to draft and enforce far stronger animal-welfare laws in a call welcomed by local animal-rights groups.


Humane Society Accuses Top Turkey Hatchery of Abuse
November 25th, 2010

Undercover video shot at one of the nation’s largest turkey producers shows what an animal rights group calls cruel and inhumane treatment of birds.


Lions Await Trip to US Refuges
November 25th, 2010

The last of Bolivia’s rescued circus lions – 12 females and five males – are now in the hands of animal rights activists, who say the big cats will be sent to wildlife refuges in the United States.


Chad Ochocinco Ditches Clothes for PETA
November 25th, 2010

Just days after creating blog buzz for his alleged engagement to VH1 Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada, Chad Ochocinco is in the sports entertainment headlines again — this time for a charitable cause.


HSUS Reaches for Soft Drink Cash
November 25th, 2010

The Center for Consumer Freedom says helping animals is wonderful, but when donations to help the animals are diverted to other things, that’s a different story.


Rachael Ray Is Donating $755,000 to Animal Groups
November 25th, 2010

In an effort to show her undying love for animals, Rachael Ray will donate $755,000 from her pet food sales to animal groups.


Racy PETA Ad Grounded at Logan
November 25th, 2010

A racy PETA web ad, featuring curvaceous animal crusader Pamela Anderson , was denied exposure when an ad rep at Logan told the animal-rights activists their sexy spoof wouldn’t fly.


Animal Rights Activist Karen Dawn’s Own Thanksgiving Tradition
November 25th, 2010

While most Americans will sit down to eat turkey at the Thanksgiving dinner table today, animal rights activist Karen Dawn adopted two live turkeys to join her at her vegan Thanksgiving feast.


Vick Backing Animal Campaign
November 25th, 2010

Shamed NFLer Michael Vick is urging kids across America to be kind to their pets as part of his new-found dedication to animal welfare organizations.


Activists Push for End to Fur Farming
November 25th, 2010

The animal rights group Animalia has called for the establishment of an official working group to map out an end to fur farming in Finland.


America Honors its Terrorists
November 25th, 2010

The CIA recently held a ceremony to honor its terrorists Orlando Bosch and Francisco Talavera, who murdered scores of civilians.


Surprise! – Obama to Keep Gitmo Open
November 25th, 2010

America’s illegal prison in Cuba will remain open, despite Obama’s campaign promises to close it.


More Cash for War as Americans Go Hungry
November 25th, 2010

Obama is set to give another $400 Billion to the war industry while Americans face greater poverty with no hope in site.


Obama Betrays Us All
November 25th, 2010

By doing Israel’s bidding, Obama has betrayed all of humanity.


NSTIC: Not-So Trusted Identity in Cyberspace
November 23rd, 2010

According to recent reports, the NSTIC is another program in a string of recent government attempts to centralize human identity in the US and abroad.


FCC May Forgo ‘Net Neutrality’ for Wireless Networks
November 23rd, 2010

After the mid-term Republican landslide in the US House, many political observers said that hopes for true “Net Neutrality” policies passing Congress had gone up in flames along with the Democratic majority.


Climate Change is the New Global Terror, says Al Gore
November 23rd, 2010

Nobel Peace Prize winner and climate campaigner Al Gore expressed disappointment at world leaders failing to clinch a treaty to fight the new global terror.


Is Free Speech just for Corporations?
November 23rd, 2010

A nonprofit doctor’s group recently got a blast of corporate wrath when it produced a TV commercial that dared to take on mighty McDonald’s.


Eric Cantona’s Call for Bank Protest Spreads Online
November 23rd, 2010

Thousands of French protesters have taken up the former Man United footballer’s call for a mass cash withdrawal.


Two Sides to the Story of Venezuela
November 23rd, 2010

Hugo Chavez is certainly not the villain American makes him about to be, nor is he the greatest leader in Latin America.


Greenpeace France’s Tunamobile and the Road to ICCAT
November 22nd, 2010

Greenpeace with the Tunamobile will remind the French government and all ICCAT countries that the bluefin’s future hangs in the balance.


Activist Occupy Oil Rig in the Gulf of Mexico
November 22nd, 2010

Four activists took action today, climbing 39 metres over the water at the deepwater oil rig “Centenario”, off the coast of the State of Veracruz, in Mexico, hanging a banner with the message: Go Beyond Oil.


Climate Hearings and Tribunals: Giving People a Voice
November 22nd, 2010

Climate Hearings are events that give people who are suffering the impact of climate change the chance to make their voices heard locally, nationally and globally.


Sowing the Seed for Small Farmers
November 22nd, 2010

In rural Bangladesh, villagers have begun planting crops on floating gardens so they’re safe from floods. In Tanzania, families are switching to drought-tolerant seeds. But to adapt, poor communities need money. World leaders must provide it.


The Countdown is On for Operation No Compromise!
November 22nd, 2010

Final preparations are being made to launch our 7th Antarctic Whale Defense Campaign, Operation No Compromise.


Fur Free Friday 2010
November 22nd, 2010

November 26, 2010 is Fur Free Friday – the one day when animal rights groups around the world come together for the sole purpose of ending the suffering of animals used in the fur industry.


Fighting for Animal Rights in Lebanon
November 22nd, 2010

Lebanon is among a fraction of countries that are not signatories to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), making it an easy transit point for wildlife smugglers.


N.J. Bear Hunt Set to Begin Dec. 6
November 22nd, 2010

State Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin on Monday rejected a plea by several animal rights organizations to postpone a planned six-day black bear hunt.


Activist Relies on Islam to Fight for Animal Rights
November 22nd, 2010

It is never easy to be an animal rights activist in the Arab world. But on Id al-Adha, the annual Muslim religious holiday when the streets run red with the blood of slaughtered sheep, cows and camels, it is a nightmare.


Court Backs Humane Society
November 22nd, 2010

In the fight for control of the London Humane Society, those trying to fend off a perceived threat by animal rights activists appeared to have won a legal victory after a court upheld rules that left more than 1,000 people off the membership rolls.


New Ohio Ag Director Will Review Animal Care Deal
November 22nd, 2010

Ohio’s next agriculture director plans to take a closer a look at a deal arranged by the outgoing governor and animal rights activists that would bring tougher laws governing farm animals.


UCLA The Most Vegan-Friendly College in America
November 22nd, 2010

Yet another reason to attend UCLA. There’s the education, the Bruins, and now an imprimatur from peta2, which just crowned the school the Most Vegan-Friendly College in America.


Trapped Pigeon Disappears – Animal Rights Activists Seek Answers
November 22nd, 2010

Concerned animal rights campaigners are demanding answers after the mysterious disappearance of a trapped pigeon.


Peta Out to Rescue ‘Overworked’ Cattle
November 22nd, 2010

Planning a ‘retirement centre’ for these beasts of burden under the ‘Animal Rahat Programme’, 61-year-old Newkirk confesses that she gets agitated every time she comes across an abused, tortured bull.


The Immorality of ‘America at War’
November 22nd, 2010

Are you aware that America has now been at war for nearly a decade? Americans pay far more attention to the World Series than to the ongoing carnage in Afghanistan and Iraq.


Israeli Soldiers Avoid Jail in Human Shield Case
November 22nd, 2010

Two Israeli soldiers who used a nine-year-old Palestinian boy as a human shield were given suspended sentences and demoted after being convicted of “inappropriate conduct”.


Shut Down the Global Financial Casino: Food Isn’t a Poker Chip
November 22nd, 2010

Commodities markets are dominated by speculators who have never gotten their hands dirty in a corn field. Such speculation played a significant role in the 2008 food crisis, when soaring prices pushed 130 million people into hunger in the world’s poorest countries.


Dollars For Docs: The Top Physicians In Big Pharma’s Pocket
November 22nd, 2010

A new investigation reveals some big-name doctors who make hundreds of thousands of dollars boosting sales for drug companies.


Sordid Lawsuit Scandal Threatens to Rip AIPAC Apart
November 22nd, 2010

AIPAC managed to advocate for a U.S. war with Iran, fostered an internal Palestinian war, justified collective punishment against the 1.6 million people of Gaza — all the while, they were engaged in their own bloody, civil war within the cubicles.


What Brought the ‘Porno Scanners’: Graft and Political Opportunism
November 22nd, 2010

How we got to the point of full body scans, the massive personal intrusion that represents, and the tens of millions spent for machines that irradiate us.


15 Dangerous Drugs Big Pharma Shoves Down Our Throats
November 22nd, 2010

The following drugs are so plagued with safety problems, it is a wonder they’re on the market at all. It’s a testament to Big Pharma’s greed and our poor regulatory processes that they are.


S.Koreans Skeptical of Report Blaming the North of Ship Explosion
November 22nd, 2010

The incident added tension between North and South Korea. But the international community and the South Korean public can help defuse this potentially dangerous situation.


Administration to Seek Balance in Airport Screening
November 22nd, 2010

Caught between complaints about the screening being intrusive and threats of new terror attacks on aviation, Obama administration officials say they’ll look into the criticisms, but insist that the measures are justified by the risks.


The Coming Tea Party Civil War
November 22nd, 2010

The tea party’s social conservative and libertarian wings are poised for a showdown that could decide the fate of the movement.


Woman Fighting Sex Slavery Named CNN Hero of the Year
November 22nd, 2010

A woman whose group has rescued more than 12,000 women and girls from sex slavery has been named the 2010 CNN Hero of the Year.


Nuclear Politics in the White House
November 22nd, 2010

Being the only Republican so far willing to vote with the president regarding the nuke treaty, Sen. Richard Lugar was blunt in warning of the danger of playing politics with nukes.


Vatican: Condoms Okay in ‘Exceptional’ Cases
November 22nd, 2010

The Vatican has emphasised that the use of condoms is acceptable only in ‘exceptional’ cases, after an apparent U-turn by Pope Benedict XVI on a blanket ban on their use.


Case of Bogus Science
November 22nd, 2010

An article entitled HAARP, claims that a physics research project, based in Alaska, may have been used by the US to trigger earthquakes globally, and also caused the floods in Pakistan.


Food Stylist Pulled from Flight for ‘Atom Bomb’ Tattoo
November 22nd, 2010

The guy was temporarily asked to step off the plane and learned that another passenger had reported him for suspicious behavior, and that he had the words “Atom Bomb” tattooed across his fingers.


Nuclear Research Inquiry Condemns Organ Harvesting
November 21st, 2010

A catalogue of dubious practices has been exposed today by a report into how organs came to be removed illegally from the dead bodies of British nuclear workers for testing without proper consent.


The Final Act for Clean Energy in the 111th Congress
November 20th, 2010

The Senate has one last chance to pass clean energy measures before the 111th Congress adjourns for the year.


Humane Society of the U.S. to Hold Meeting in Lincoln
November 20th, 2010

A Sunday town hall meeting featuring Humane Society of the U.S. (HSUS) President Wayne Pacelle has Nebraska farm groups wondering whether an animal-rights petition drive is on the agenda.


117,000 Animal Tests at Cambridge
November 20th, 2010

Researchers at Cambridge University carried out more than 117,000 experiments on animals last year.


Leading Supermarkets to Blacklist Milk from Proposed Megadairy
November 20th, 2010

In letters to a Parliamentary group seen by The Independent, Tesco and Sainsbury stressed their commitment to animal welfare and said they had “no plans” to buy milk from Nocton.


Target the Hero Dog, and the Progress of Animal Rights
November 20th, 2010

Target the dog was a war hero. Along with his companion Rufus and another dog, Target thwarted a suicide bomber seeking to enter an American military barracks in Afghanistan.


Richardson Asks USDA About New Mexico Chimps
November 20th, 2010

Gov. Bill Richardson asked the Dept. of Agriculture to investigate whether a decision to move 186 chimpanzees from a southern New Mexico facility to a Texas center violates the Animal Welfare Act.


Fur Makes a Comeback — With More Humane Claims?
November 19th, 2010

Fur makes a comeback for fall, but will new humane claims stop animal rights complaints?


Sheepskin Factory Fire: Animal-Rights Activist Pleads Guilty
November 19th, 2010

Animal activist Walter Bond is a man so devoted to his cause. So it’s no surprise he showed zero remorse when he officially pleaded guilty to arson related to a fire at Glendale’s Sheepskin Factory in April.


Piggy Bank Made with Real Piglet Causes Outrage
November 19th, 2010

The phrase ‘piggy bank’ has been taken to new and controversial lengths to the distress of animal welfare groups after an Irish designer launched a money box made with a real piglet.


Plans for ‘Super Dairy’ Toned Down But Has Cruelty Remained?
November 19th, 2010

Plans for Britain’s biggest dairy farm have been toned down amid concerns about pollution and animal welfare.


Sanford Airport to Opt Out of TSA Screening
November 19th, 2010

The backlash continues over those new TSA screening measures, and now one Central Florida airport has decided to go with a private security screening firm.


LIAR, LIAR
November 19th, 2010

Rep. Eric Cantor met privately with Bibi Netanyahu, promising to do whatever he could to influence and even subvert the foreign policy of his own country — the USA.


Obama Will Give George Bush, Sr. the Presidential Medal of Freedom
November 19th, 2010

Former President George H.W. Bush is among 15 people selected to be awarded the presidential Medal of Freedom, the White House announced. And we say: WHAT!?!


Rep. Alan Grayson Explains the Foreclosure Fraud Crisis
November 19th, 2010

“The men the American people admire most extravagantly are the greatest liars; the men they detest most violently are those who try to tell them the truth.” — H.L. Mencken


US Senate Committee Approves Internet “Blacklist” Bill
November 19th, 2010

This is the end of Free Internet. The US Senate Judiciary Committee unanimously approved Thursday the Combating Online Infringement and Counterfeits Act with a 19-0 vote.


The Horrible Truth Starts to Dawn on Europe’s Leaders
November 19th, 2010

The entire European Project is now at risk of disintegration, with strategic and economic consequences that are very hard to predict.


Illness Plagues Gulf Residents in BP’s Aftermath
November 19th, 2010

Increasing numbers of U.S. Gulf Coast residents attribute ongoing sicknesses to BP’s oil disaster and use of toxic dispersants.


New Jersey Legislators Take on TSA
November 18th, 2010

Two New Jersey lawmakers are calling for an end to full body scans and pat down requirements by the TSA for airline passengers.


FBI Brass Ask Google, Facebook to Expand Wiretaps
November 18th, 2010

Top officials from the FBI traveled to Silicon Valley to persuade Facebook and Google executives to support a proposal that would make it easier for law enforcement to wiretap the companies’ users.


What’s Going On in The Gulf of Aden?
November 18th, 2010

USGS is reporting a very unusual swarm of significant earthquakes in the sea starting early morning of November 14th. Could this be due to earthquake machines or secret submarine operations?


Haitian Farmers Organize for Food Sovereignty
November 18th, 2010

Rony Charles, a rice grower, said: “Instead of foreigners sending us food, they should give us the chance to do our own agriculture so it can survive.”


Speaking Up for Dumb Animal Rights
November 17th, 2010

Baywatch star Pamela Anderson’s letter to Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh protesting against the inhuman treatment of animals by the leather industry is something more than a cause celebre.


‘Great Animal Rights Betrayal’: A Propaganda by The Independent ?
November 17th, 2010

The first impression after reading the article in The Independent newspaper is that there could be some type of anti-animal bias by the coalition government, but when examined, it’s not nearly as black and white as it first seems.


Animal Advocates Rail Against Live Bait Dog Training
November 17th, 2010

Animal rights advocates are calling on the state to ban hunting training they claim is little more than legalized dog fighting.


Animal Rights Group Condemns Culling of Beirut’s Stray Dogs
November 17th, 2010

A leading animal rights organization has slammed as “barbaric” methods used by security forces in Beirut to cull the city’s stray dog population.


Famed Korean Photographer Focuses on Animal Rights
November 17th, 2010

‘I want to change people’s perceptions so they won’t abandon their animals on the street.’


Animal Rights Activist: Foods Can Have Consequences
November 17th, 2010

In his visit to Brown, Gene Baur said he hopes to send the message that “our food choices have profound consequences and it’s important for people to be thoughtful how they eat.”


Foie Gras Foul? Animal Rights Activists to Protest at Providence
November 17th, 2010

Fois gras is on the menu tonight at Providence and animal rights activists are planning to protest, according to the LA Times.


Turkish Vegetarians Call for Animal Rights During Kurban Bayram
November 17th, 2010

Many vegetarians in Turkey find themselves in a tough spot this week, torn between their religious and dietary practices as their countrymen sacrifice animals to mark the Kurban Bayram holiday.


First Blood’s Vocalist Breaks Down His Animal Rights Philosophy
November 17th, 2010

Needless to say, First Blood’s vocalist Carl Schwartz is an animal rights activist with plenty of animal sympathies.


Immigration Judges Dismissing Faulty Deportation Requests
November 16th, 2010

According to TRAC, judges have rejected removal orders for more than a quarter of a million individuals in the past five years.


Companies May Be Watching Every Move You Make On Social Media
November 16th, 2010

Employers and government investigators can hire private eyes to observe your behavior on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and other online accounts.


U.S. and NATO to Wage Endless War in Afghanistan
November 16th, 2010

On November 8, the spokesman for the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan stated that “no timetable has been set for withdrawal of coalition troops from Afghanistan.”


Who Will Stand Up to the Super Rich?
November 16th, 2010

The wealthy Americans we should worry about are the ones who implicitly won the election — those who take far more from America than they give back.


“Great Recession” Or Plain Robbery?
November 16th, 2010

In case it’s not crystal clear, this isn’t the “Great Recession”. It’s really the Great Bank Robbery.


The Dark Side of America’s “Friendship” with South Africa
November 16th, 2010

The hidden agenda behind the humanitarian aid programs and interventions carried out by the United States in troubled parts of the world has been insightfully exposed by Dr Paul Craig Roberts.


War Is Not Good For You
November 16th, 2010

The book, “War and Public Health,” weighs in on the central premise: “War and militarism have catastrophic effects on human health and well being.”


Burma’s Freed Suu Kyi: ‘It’s Time To Talk’
November 16th, 2010

Burma’s freed pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi is preparing to sit down with the military rulers who kept her incarcerated for most the past two decades.


Lou Dobbs: New Show, Same Old Hypocrisy?
November 16th, 2010

Starting next year, the former CNN host whose long-running show commanded more than 800,000 viewers, will be taking a job hosting a show at Rupert Murdoch’s relatively unwatched business network.


G20 Should Ensure Recovery Fights Poverty
November 16th, 2010

World leaders have an historic opportunity to reform the global economy to ensure that the one in six people who live in extreme poverty benefit from economic recovery, Oxfam said.


Report Links Mercedes-Benz to Political Corruption in Angola
November 16th, 2010

A new investigation finds the German car industry is involved in influence-peddling in Angola — and it’s not the first time.


Outcry Pours After Loss of Measures to Protect Animals
November 16th, 2010

Campaigners pledged to step up the fight for animal welfare yesterday after The Independent highlighted the way in which the Coalition has scrapped or stalled a series of initiatives since taking power.


Indonesia’s US-Backed Death Squad Files Surface
November 12th, 2010

Secret documents have leaked from inside Kopassus, Indonesia’s red berets, saying that Indonesia’s US-backed security forces engage in “murder [and] abduction” and targets churches in West Papua.


Camelford Water Contamination: ‘Poisoning Ignored’
November 12th, 2010

A scientist has described the Camelford water contamination as a “mass poisoning of 20,000 people that was ignored for 22 years”.


US Navy Testing Missile Launches Off the Coast of California
November 12th, 2010

According to an official US Navy document, the US Navy is indeed conducting live fire testing of missiles off the coast of California. And is now using it to provoke China. As to why, Mike Rivero explains.


Election Victories: No Increase in Elected Women
November 12th, 2010

Republican women gained three governorships, a U.S. Senate seat and eight seats in the House of Representatives in the midterms elections.


Secret Revealed: Spying Costs $80 Billion A Year
November 12th, 2010

The annual cost of U.S. intelligence is public for the first time: just over $80 billion for 2010.


Laying Down Arms
November 12th, 2010

On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month the Great Powers of the World signed the armistice laying down arms after four years of the bloodiest war in history. That was 1918.


Russia Burns Anti-Patriotic School Notebooks
November 12th, 2010

Local authorities in Russia’s Volga Region have authorized the destruction of 16,600 school notebooks, whose covers laud the success of Nazi aces in dogfights against Soviet pilots during WWII.


Voters Pass Animal Rights Law in Missouri
November 11th, 2010

One of the chief arguments used by opponents of Proposition B in Missouri was that it was a “foot in the door” for the Humane Society of the United States that would lead to similar regulations against livestock and other animal agri sectors in the state.


SKorean Police Detain 2 Female Animal Rights Activists Before G-20 Summit
November 11th, 2010

Police detained two scantily clad female animal rights activists for staging an unauthorized protest near the Group of 20 summit in South Korea’s capital, a police officer said Tuesday.


Keiser Report №92: Fake Markets! Fake Finance!
November 10th, 2010

This time, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, look at the scandals of fake judges using fake deputies to collect fake debts in fake courts and of Irish austerity under imposed under fake pretenses.


Time To End War Against the Earth
November 10th, 2010

The bigger war, which is the war against the planet, has its roots in an economy that fails to respect ecological and ethical limits — to inequality, to injustice, limits to greed and economic concentration.


War Over Monsanto Gets Ugly
November 10th, 2010

Taking on powerful financial interests of massive global corporations can be a difficult and even dangerous task: a war of information between those in search of profit and those in search of truth.


US Cyber Command Becomes ‘Fully Operational’
November 10th, 2010

The US military’s new Cyber Command has formally “achieved full operational capability”, according to the Dept. of Defense. Not content on bullying the real world, they now want to do it in the cyber world.


Look Out, Your Medicine is Watching You
November 10th, 2010

Novartis AG plans to seek regulatory approval within 18 months for a pioneering tablet containing an embedded microchip, bringing the concept of “smart-pill” technology a step closer.


Colorado Democrats Call for New 9/11 Investigation
November 10th, 2010

It’s true! The Democratic Platform for the state of Colorado is the first major party in the US to adopt a resolution for a new investigation into the official story of the events surrounding 9/11.


China Puts Olympic Stadium Co-Designer Under House Arrest
November 10th, 2010

Ai Weiwei, one of China’s best-known artists who has become an increasingly vocal critic of the Chinese government, was about to leave for his Shanghai studio, when he was placed under house arrest.


Mass Murders Meet in Jakarta
November 9th, 2010

War criminal Obama met with Indonesia’s mass murderer President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.


Study Shows Monsanto Roundup Herbicide Link to Birth Defects
November 9th, 2010

A major new scientific study has confirmed growing conviction that the world’s most widely used chemical herbicide, Monsanto Corporation’s Roundup is toxic and a danger to human as well as animal organisms.


The GMO Elephant in the Room
November 9th, 2010

Many scientists, farmers, pure food activists and a few brave politicians want you to know that it’s not too late to turn it around and recapture our agricultural heritage before the food ship sinks.


Who Owns Congress?
November 9th, 2010

WHAT IF members of Congress were seated not by party but according to their major business sponsors? Corporate donations include money given by companies’ employees and political action committees.


What Canada’s Spy Agency Doesn’t Want You To Read
November 9th, 2010

As hundreds of Tamil migrants remain detained in British Columbia under the spurious allegation that they pose a risk to national security, Mary Jo Leddy’s Our Friendly Local Terrorist is an eloquent reminder that such hysteria predates Stephen Harper’s hard core agenda.


New Ways Bankers Are Spying on You
November 9th, 2010

With lenders still skittish about making new loans, credit bureaus and others are hawking services that help banks probe deeply into your financial closet.


Modern-Day US Secessionists: An Interactive Map
November 9th, 2010

Not all Americans yearn for a more perfect union. From Ganjastan to Independent Long Island, separatists want to quit the United States and go it alone.


Beware the National Security State
November 9th, 2010

For those considering issue triage in the fight to rid the country of the current government, one area that is critical to the outcome is exposing the Harper government’s construction of the national security state.


Generation Organic — Not Your Granddaddy’s Farmer
November 8th, 2010

Who knew organic farming was so cool? These young agricultural leaders are out to show their generation why it’s good to go organic.


Proposition 23 Defeat is a Winner for U.S. Military
November 6th, 2010

Clean tech companies are rejoicing over the defeat of Proposition 23. But there is one key player in the sustainability field that we won’t hear from, at least not officially, and that’s the U.S. military.


The Perfect No-Prosecution Crime
November 4th, 2010

In the aftermath of the Savings and Loan scandal in the 80’s there were more than a thousand felony convictions of financial elites. None of those responsible for the current looting of trillions have been prosecuted. Do the crooks now completely control American government?


Sarkozy Accused of Using Security Service to Spy on Journalists
November 4th, 2010

President Nicolas Sarkozy personally supervises a team of security agents which spies on troublesome French journalists, it was claimed.


Israel Hints It Cleared Killing of Gaza Islamist With US
November 4th, 2010

The Israeli military spokeswoman’s response to questions regarding US involvement has raised speculation that the US indeed “cleared” the assassination of Mohammed Nimnim before it happened.


Bid To Set Up UFO Investigation Team Fails
November 4th, 2010

Residents of the US city of Denver have jettisoned a proposal to officially track aliens and log credible reports of extra-terrestrial activity in the region.


False Flags That Go Bump In The Night
November 2nd, 2010

Why now? Why a fabricated ‘terror attack’ just days before the US election? Was it intended to scare the Americans and draw sympathetic votes?


5 Myths About OpenOffice.org / LibreOffice
November 2nd, 2010

If you are still using MS Office, stop now and use the superior, easy to use and totally free office suite – Open Office/Libre Office.


More Agent Orange Cash for Veterans
November 1st, 2010

Now that most of the victims are dead, the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs has released more disability payments to American soldiers who were exposed to the herbicide Agent Orange which was deliberately contaminated with dioxin.


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