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Apparent US naval stand-down in Persian Gulf

Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news

Bush Hits All-Time Low

Marcus Mabry writes: "It's hard to say which is worse news for Republicans: that George W. Bush now has the worst approval rating of an American president in a generation, or that he seems to be dragging every '08 Republican presidential candidate down with him. According to the new NEWSWEEK poll, the public's approval of Bush has sunk to 28 percent, an all-time low for this president."

Goodling Shed Tears Before Revelations About Firings

A former US Justice Department official and central figure in the firing of eight US attorneys tearfully told a colleague two months ago her government career probably was over as the matter was about to erupt into a political storm, according to closed-door congressional testimony.

Justice Official Says He Was Directed to Call Fired Prosecutors

The chief of staff to Deputy Attorney General Paul McNulty has told congressional investigators that phone calls he placed to four fired US attorneys - calls that three of the prosecutors say involved threats about testifying before Congress - were made at McNulty's direction.

As the Climate Changes, Bits of England’s Coast Crumble

Informant: binstock

No. 3 GOP Representative Says Gonzales Should Resign

US Attorney General Alberto Gonzales should resign, Rep. Adam Putnam, the third most powerful Republican in the House, said Thursday.

Waxman Warns Rice About Interfering With Niger Probe

Henry Waxman, chairman of the House oversight committee, wrote to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice today to complain that State Department officials had tried to block a nuclear weapons analyst at the department from speaking with Waxman's staff. This comes after Waxman's committee issued a subpoena last week for Rice's testimony on how she dealt with claims before the war that Iraq had sought uranium from Niger.

Judge blocks altered alfalfa

Informant: binstock

Congressman Ron Paul at the GOP Presidential Debate

May 03, 2007 youtube

Montage of Congressman Ron Paul at the GOP Presidential Debate held at the Reagan Library on May 3rd, 2007

Ron Paul Rides High In Polls After GOP Debate

Prison Planet Friday, May 4, 2007

Ron Paul is currently riding high in the polls after last night's GOP Presidential debate, jockeying for first position with Mitt Romney and ahead of both Rudy Giuliani and John McCain.


Informant: shane_digital

No one knows the real risks of Wi-Fi?

A professor at Bristol University has called for an inquiry into the dangers of Wi-Fi wireless internet technology.

‘The research hasn’t been done. Therefore we cannot assume that there are no effects,’ Professor Dennis Henshaw, professor of human radiation at Bristol University told the Independent on Sunday (IoS).

‘I would be in favour of an inquiry into the dangers of Wi-Fi,’ he continued. ‘This technology is being wheeled out without any checks and balances.’

Concerns over the health effects of the electromagnetic fields generated by Wi-Fi devices are beginning to mount following news that the chairman of the Health Protection Agency, Sir William Stewart, has called for an official investigation.

On Sunday, the IoS revealed that Professor Lawrie Challis, the head of the Government’s committee on mobile phone safety, has warned children against placing Wi-Fi enabled laptops on their laps.

Professor Alan Preece, also from Bristol University, urged caution:
‘No one is really aware of what we are dealing with,’ he said. ‘The Department for Trade and Industry needs to take the lead and do some investigation.’


Dr Tim Norris- 30/04/2007 19:51:54 Until circa year 2000, I had never experienced tinnitus. I was late in buying a mobile telephone. Each time I used it, I felt nausious. I made a miskake of using the mobile telephone continuously for circa 20 minutes; it seemed during the conversation that there was much bakground noise - the problem was that the noise continued after the call was terminated. My life was plagued with severe tinnitus and headaches for at least two years thereafter. Special medication helped (Seretonin uptake inhibitors) but still I ahve some background tnnintus. The tinnitus level now rises as soon as anyone activcates their mobile telephone in close proximity to me (i.e. nearer than 5 metres). Mobile telephone technology and similarly mobile telephones are not safe technology. Many years ago, no-one question the health risks of smoking - now it is a known health risk - just wait, mobile telephones and such like will sometime in the future also be correctly recognized as the health risk they really present. By that time, most of the Worlds population will have been irradiated. less

China 'Frankenstein threat' to US

China has come in for heavy criticism from members of the US House of Representatives with one congressman labelling the country a "Frankenstein" created by the US that now threatens American interests.

From Information Clearing House

What the moderate Arab world is

Attempts by "moderate" Arab leaders to whip up popular fear of Iran are US-orchestrated and aimed to keep in-check regional resistance to US-Israeli plans.

From Information Clearing House

US visa threat after UK refuses to target Pakistanis

Homeland Security officials had suggested forcing British Pakistanis to apply for US entry visas because they are perceived as a potential terrorist risk.

From Information Clearing House

Canada: Afghan torture scandal flares over specific allegations

All three opposition parties accused the Conservatives of misleading Canadians and demanded to know when the government became aware of the report.

From Information Clearing House

Health Care System Puts Troops at Risk

The military is putting already-strained troops at greater risk of mental health problems because of repeated deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, a Pentagon panel said Thursday in warning of an overburdened health system.

From Information Clearing House

Presidential Candidate Mike Gravel: Get Out!


"Do you know what's worse than a soldier dying in vain? It's more soldiers dying in vain".

A must listen interview with Sen Mike Gravel

Former Alaska Senator and Democratic Presidential Candidate Mike Gravel discusses his plan for the Congress to criminalize the Iraq war, the cowardice of the Congress, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and John Edwards's aggressive position against Iran, his proposal for opening of friendly relations with them instead. Audio:

From Information Clearing House

Sheikh Abdul Satter Abu Risha: The man who might save Iraq

He is a former Sunni Arab mujahid from Ramadi who until recently was fighting the US occupation. He has only a secondary education and is married with two wives. Now he is praised even by urban, secular, highly educated Shi'ites as a "conscious man", or "the kind of man we need now in Iraq".

Mr Bush, your sheikh is dead

Some may call it divine providence, some may call it Allah's bidding; in the end it was up to real Iraq to intervene and shatter the "surge is a success" story sold to US and world public opinion by President George W Bush and his top man in Iraq, General David Petraeus.

An assassination that blows apart Bush's hopes of pacifying Iraq

Last week George Bush flew into Iraq to meet Abdul-Sattar Abu Risha, leader of Anbar province. This week General David Petraeus told the US Congress how Anbar was a model for Iraq. Yesterday Abu Risha was assassinated by bombers in Anbar.

From Information Clearing House

A special investigative report from inside Iraq Escobar

Iraqis Fear Security Forces More Than Insurgents

By Patrick Cockburn in Baghdad

"Be careful," warned a senior Iraqi government official living in the Green Zone in Baghdad, "be very careful and above all do not trust the police or the army."

Only 55 percent Of U.S. Soldiers Would Report Killing Innocent Civilian

Associated Press Writer

In the first internal military study of battlefield ethics in Iraq, officials said Friday they also found that only a third of Marines and roughly half of soldiers said they believed that noncombatants should be treated with dignity.

One in Ten U.S. Occupation Troops Admit Mistreating Civilians


A survey of US combat troops deployed in Iraq has found that one in 10 said they mistreated civilians and more than a third condoned torture to save the life of a comrade, a report said Friday.

Iraqi Lawmakers Demand U.S. Withdrawal

By United Press International

Some 133 Iraqi lawmakers from different political blocs, calling themselves the "free deputies," signed a document demanding a scheduled withdrawal of the U.S.-led multinational troops from their country, according to the Sadrist bloc in Parliament.

Next-up News n°244

Solutions to Global Warming Available But Require Government Action

Inaction Will Mean Massive Increase in Global Warming Pollution

Anti-Choice Letter to Congress Shows Bush Is Out of Touch with Reality

One day you’re gonna wake up, America

While The Mohawks and Ottawa Negotiated For The Land, The Land Itself Was Disappearing

Where Is The Dissent In America?

The Whole Truth, and Nothing But

US Oil Company Accused of Dumping Waste in Amazon

UK and US Must Admit Defeat and Leave Iraq, Says British General


Victory vital in Iraq : US Republican hopefuls

A packed field of Republican White House hopefuls vowed to pursue victory in Iraq and castigated anti-war Democrats Thursday, in their first head-to-head showdown of the 2008 campaign.

From Information Clearing House

Historian Howard Zinn Calls for Activism

Crucial Climate Change Agreement Reached After Fierce Debate

US 'Moral Authority' Rests on Big Stick

Sen. Akaka says Watada is 'to be admired'

Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news

EMF/EMR night exposures (cell phone under pillow/Alzheimers)



'Conservatives' are calling for dictatorship in the US

Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news


Justin Raimondo: America's Coming Dictatorship

The theory and practice of oligarchical "conservatism"

From Information Clearing House


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