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Unannounced Terrorist Drill at Hospital

At the St. Rose Dominican Hospital in Henderson, Nevada this past Monday, a very unusual and terrifying scene took place that left nearly all its participants in shock — both out of fear and genuine bewilderment as to how safety planners could be so stupid.

That’s because last Monday, an off-duty police officer stormed into


Israeli Defense Force Raids Gaza Supply Boats

JERUSALEM – At least 10 people were killed as Israeli forces stormed a boat carrying pro-Palestinian activists bound for Gaza, Israeli television and radio stations reported on Monday.

According to Israel’s private channel 10 television, Israeli marine commandos had opened fire after being attacked with axes and knives by a number of the passengers on


North Koreans Rally in Pyongyang Condemning the South and U.S.

Thousands Rally in Pyongyang, condemning the south and the U.S.

About 100,000 people gathered in the North Korean capital Pyongyang on Sunday to denounce South Korea and the United States, heightening cross-border tensions over the sinking of one of the South’s warships.

Demonstrators raised their fists in the air during


Destitute and Deluded N. Korea Stands Ready for War

At least they give a good parade!!

The demilitarized zone — 155 miles long and 2½ miles across and with hundreds of thousands of troops based on either side — is the most fortified border in the world. Yet it is surprisingly quiet considering that the two countries have been brought to the brink


Microsoft Announces Tracking Software

DEVELOPER OF CUTE SOFTWARE Microsoft has publically released a tagging system that will allow users to leave a breadcrumb trail for the firm, its advertisers and just about anyone else to follow.

The Vole claims that its Tag software allows businesses who use it as a form of barcode giving access to “advanced analytics” and


Ebola Virus Losing Ground

When a German scientist accidentally pricked herself with a needle containing the Ebola-Zaire virus last year, scientists around the world tried to determine what the best course of action would be. Eventually, she agreed to take an experimental Ebola vaccine that had been shown in animals to offer about 50% protection, even when


Nanotechnology: Covertly Administered Vaccines

Artists Rendition of Nanobot assisting in Reproduction

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is gaining a reputation for funding technologies designed to roll out mass sterilization and vaccination programs around the world. One of the programs recently funded by the foundation is a sterilization program that would use sharp blasts of ultrasound directed


Free Speech Being Targeted

Just when you thought it was safe to start expressing your right to free speech, Democrats in Congress are gearing up for a vote on a new piece of legislation to blatantly undermine the First Amendment. Known as the DISCLOSE Act (HR 5175), this bill – written by the head of the Democrats’


Minority Report Type Advertising Raises Concerns

WASHINGTON — In the quest for better targeted advertising, marketers are using high-tech tools that can pinpoint a person’s location, demographics and habits, raising the hackles of privacy activists.

Online or in the shopping mall, these efforts are becoming more prevalent.

Google, Yahoo and its advertising partners can track a user’s browsing habits in an


Bankruptcy Strikes More Cities

If all this keeps continuing what will happen, where are we all headed?,….bread lines, tent cities, loss of pensions?, no more welfare?, increase in crime ? ANARCHY? How bad can it get if we continue down this road, what are the extremes? am I being an alarmist or just trying to look forward?

The possibility


Icelandic President Warns of Katla Volcano

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A metal sign reads: “Warning! The glacier can be dangerous.” A rumbling growl from under the mountains speaks far louder.

Solheimajokull glacier is part of the ice cap sealing Katla, a volcano 10 times more powerful than neighboring Eyjafjoell, whose eruption recently clogged Europe’s skies with ash and grounded the continent’s airlines.


Start of Internet Censorship

Editor’s comment: When I bought my PC I was under the impression that it was my PERSONAL COMPUTER. Now it seems that it’s not. Under a new law as shown in the article below it seems that information on your PERSONAL computer is not private and that Eircom and presumably anyone, including government agencies, can


Asia Rebels: Rich Vs. Poor

While Thailand’s “Red Shirt” rural poor have been in bloody confrontation with troops in central Bangkok for nearly three months, there have been similar rebellions all over Asia by people who believe they have been left out of, or excluded from, the region’s economic miracle

Maoists Demonstrate in Kathmandu

On Monday, India’s Maoist rebels


Synthetic Life Research Makes Breakthrough

Scientists in the US have succeeded in developing the first synthetic living cell.

The researchers constructed a bacterium’s “genetic software” and transplanted it into a host cell.

The resulting microbe then looked and behaved like the species “dictated” by the synthetic DNA.

The advance, published in Science, has been hailed as a scientific landmark, but


North Korea Threatens War if Retaliated Upon

Wreckage of the Cheonan

North Korea has threatened “all-out war” if there Seoul retaliates for the torpedo attack that sank the South Korean warship Cheonan in March.

Pyongyang made the threat as it dismissed as fabrication a report by an international team of investigators that concluded that a torpedo fired


US Citizen Targeted for Death

The Obama administration’s decision to authorize the killing by the Central Intelligence Agency of a terrorism suspect who is an American citizen has set off a debate over the legal and political limits of drone missile strikes, a mainstay of the campaign against terrorism.

Anwar al-Awlaki

The notion that the government can, in effect,


China’s Organ Harvesting Trial

A Beijing court is prosecuting a man for illegal organ trafficking, local media reported, putting the spotlight on a grisly black market in body parts in a country where demand for transplants far outstrips supply.

Half a liver can be bought for 45,000 yuan ($6,590), while an entire transplant including operation and recovery costs, can


Car Control Systems Hacked

The computer systems used to control modern cars are very vulnerable to attack, say experts.

An investigation by security researchers found the systems to be “fragile” and easily subverted.

The researchers showed how to kill a car engine remotely, turn off the brakes so the car would not stop and make instruments give


TSA Agent Alleged to Have Stolen From Cripple

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A Transportation Security Administration agent has been arrested for allegedly stealing $400 dollars from a wheelchair bound passenger as she passed through a security checkpoint at Newark Airport.

Leroy Ray allegedly went into the disabled woman’s bag as it passed through the X-ray machine.

Ray was caught on surveillance video on February


Holding Sexual Offenders Beyond Release Date

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A 7-to-2 majority of the Supreme Court ruled today that Congress has the authority to pass a law allowing federal prisoners who have been deemed “sexually dangerous” to be held beyond the date of their original sentence.

The law, a provision of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act, was passed


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