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Predator Patrolling Southern U.S. Border

The U.S. government will have unmanned surveillance aircraft monitoring the whole southwest border with Mexico from September 1, as it ramps up border security in this election year, a top official said on Monday.

Predator B is powered by a turboprop engine and can carry a greatly increased payload.

Homeland Security Secretary Janet

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Economic Collapse: Celente

Celente’s Economic Predictions have all been right on target, that’s the good news, the bad news is that what he predicts for the near future is BAD.

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DoD Seeks More Control Of Private Data Networks

The U.S. military wants to exert more influence over the protection of power grids, transportation networks and financial network systems, a Pentagon official says in a broad-ranging essay published in Foreign Affairs.

In cyberwar, who’s in charge?

To do so the Pentagon is urging that its defense expertise be put

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Castro Believes Bin Laden is U.S. Spy

Fidel Castro claims Osama bin Laden is a US spy

Former Cuban president says the 9/11 mastermind is in the pay of the CIA and cites WikiLeaks as his source

Former Cuban president Fidel Castro meets Lithuanian author and conspiracy theorist Daniel Estulin in Havana today Photograph: Alex Castro/EPAFidel Castro has more reason than

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Russians Continue Cold War Activity

Russian submarines are hunting down British Vanguard boats in a return to Cold War tactics not seen for 25 years, Navy chiefs have warned.

British Vanguard Submarine

A specially upgraded Russian Akula class submarine has been caught trying to record the acoustic signature made by the Vanguard submarines that carry Trident nuclear missiles,

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Pre-Schoolers Tracked Inside School

RICHMOND, Calif.—California officials are outfitting preschoolers in Contra Costa County with tracking devices they say will save staff time and money.

The system was introduced Tuesday. When at the school, students will wear a jersey that has a small radio frequency tag. The tag will send signals to sensors that help track children’s whereabouts,

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Statin Medication Served with Fast Food?

A new study out of Imperial College London suggests that fast food chains start giving out free statin drugs to customers in order to help balance out the negative effects of the junk food on their bodies. The scientists who worked on the study actually say that taking a statin drug with a fast food

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Former Student Sentenced to Join Military

A judge sentenced a former Faulkner University student to join the military and perform community service for a post he made on Facebook that led to a campus lockdown.

Zachary Lambert, 23, agreed to plead guilty to the misdemeanor charge of harassing communications for a message that made reference to a deadly campus attack at

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Recent Civil Rights Violation

Editors Note:This garbage goes on many times all over the country and to all races of people. I’m not sure if these sorts “stop and see” operations fall under the patriot act or not, but regardless, they are always humiliating and usually unnecessary. The below story was sent in by the victim in the story,

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Internet: Deluxe and Economy Versions

The Internet as you know it is in serious, serious danger. Some of the most powerful communications companies in the world have been involved in negotiations and have been making agreements that would throw net neutrality out the window and would move us toward a two-tier Internet. So exactly what would that mean? It would

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Islamophobia: America Rages Against Islam

Islamophobia is sweeping the nation—and it couldn’t have come at a better time. Just when the American people were starting to become distracted with trivial issues like the potential stock market crash, the re-branding of the war in Iraq, and the ongoing environmental disaster in the Gulf—along comes a crisis of Biblical proportions, that threatens

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Economic Crisis Biggest National Security Risk

The national debt is the single biggest threat to national security, according to Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Tax payers will be paying around $600 billion in interest on the national debt by 2012, the chairman told students and local leaders in Detroit.

“That’s one year’s worth of

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Recession Drops US Birth Rate

The U.S. birth rate has dropped for the second year in a row, and experts think the wrenching recession led many people to put off having children. The 2009 birth rate also set a record: lowest in a century.

Births fell 2.7 percent last year even as the population grew, numbers released

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Wikileaks Posting Will Lead to Free Speech Ruling

free speech ruling

US supreme court likely to have to rule on issue of balancing national security and freedom of speech, says judge

Sonia Sotomayor described the balance between national security and free speech as 'a constant struggle in this society'. Photograph: Ed Andrieski/AP

Sonia Sotomayor described the balance between national security and

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Intelligence Officer Accidently Shoots Self

Roland W. Haas, a senior intelligence officer in the U.S. Army Reserve who claimed in a 2007 memoir that he was a CIA assassin, died over the weekend when he accidentally shot himself, police in Georgia said.

According to an account in the Newnan, Ga., Times-Herald, “Passing motorists saw Haas on

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Insulating From Economic Collapse

Most Americans are still operating under the delusion that this “recession” will end and that the “good times” will return soon, but a growing minority of Americans are starting to realize that things are fundamentally changing and that they better start preparing for what is ahead. These “preppers” come from all over the political spectrum

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Government’s Right to Track You with GPS

Government agents can sneak onto your property in the middle of the night, put a GPS device on the bottom of your car and keep track of everywhere you go. This doesn’t violate your Fourth Amendment rights, because you do not have any reasonable expectation of privacy in your own driveway – and no

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New Information on JFK Assassination

Former FBI agent discloses Information Linking Another Individual to the JFK Assassination

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Domestic Spying Rises to Cold War Levels

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) released numerous reports of increased government spying on American citizens. Once upon an unhappy time, U.S. law enforcement agencies, from the FBI to local police, had a history of political spying during the Cold War. The ACLU said that the old political spying tendencies are running

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Government Defaults Inevitable

Investors will face defaults on government bonds given the burden of aging populations and the difficulty of securing more tax revenue, according to Morgan Stanley.

“Governments will impose a loss on some of their stakeholders,” Arnaud Mares, an executive director at Morgan Stanley in London, wrote in a research report

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