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DoD Budget, the Sacred Cow

In defense circles, “cutting” the Pentagon budget has once again become a topic of conversation. Americans should not confuse that talk with reality. Any cuts exacted will at most reduce the rate of growth. The essential facts remain: U.S. military outlays today equal that of every other nation on the planet combined, a


Navy Enlists Hunter Killer Robot for Harbor Security

Take one jet ski, add a remote control and a sonar unit, and you have a new breed of robot warrior. While in harbor, warships make a tempting target for terrorists, because a single diver with an explosive charge can cause massive damage and loss of life. But a new robotic unmanned jet ski, known


FBI Conducts Mass Arrest of Operation Payback Suspects

UPDATED: Following the arrest of five people in Britain in connection with the “Operation Payback” cyber-attacks in support of WikiLeaks, the FBI announced mass raids across the United States in connection with the case.

“FBI agents today executed more than 40 search warrants throughout the United States as part of an ongoing investigation into recent


Russian Spycraft Graded

The United States government has arrested nearly a dozen people that it alleges were part of a long-running, cross-country spy ring called the Illegals.

According to court documents released by the Southern District of New York, the group’s supposed purpose was to act as sleeper agents, chiseling information about the United States’ positions on Iranian


Somali Pirates use Captured Ships for Further Attacks

MOMBASA, Kenya – Somali pirates’ use of “mother ships” to attack their prey is complicating foreign navies’ efforts to improve safety in the Indian Ocean, a senior anti-piracy commander said Jan. 14.

Somalia’s expanding army of pirates are increasingly launching their attacks from large, already hijacked vessels that offer greater physical protection during boarding and


Goldman Sachs Executives Accused of Past Cheating

Former Bear Stearns mortgage executives who now run mortgage divisions of Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, and Ally Financial have been accused of cheating and defrauding investors through the mortgage securities they created and sold while at Bear. According to e-mails and internal audits, JPMorgan had known about this fraud since the spring of 2008,


America Gone Wild, Signs of Frustration

What in the world is happening to America? The things that you are about to see in the videos posted in this article are so disturbing and so violent that it is hard to believe that it is actually Americans that are doing this to one another. Once upon a time, Americans generally conducted themselves


China Funneling Weapons to Afghanistan

The Chinese are believed to be working with Afghan Taliban groups who are now in combat with NATO forces, prompting concerns that China might become the conduit for shoulder-fired anti-aircraft missiles, improved communications and additional small arms to the fundamentalist Muslim fighters.

QW-1M / SA-18 Grouse Anti-Aircraft Weapon

A British military official


Firefox Offering “Do Not Track” Tool

If you’re tired of your web activity being tracked by various companies, then firefox may be just what you want, BUT………

Logo for the firefox web browser by Mozilla

Mozilla (Makers of the Firefox web browser) announced its Web browser will be the first to answer the FTC’s call for a


SOA: School of Assassins

Located in Ft. Benning Georgia, The School of Americas (AKA: SOA, School of Coups, and dubbed the School of Assassins by a Panamanian newspaper) is a mobile, higher learning and training center created, funded, and sustained by the CIA since 1946. In other words, the SOA is the United States of America’s terrorist camp.


U.S. Conducting Mass Bird Extermination

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is engaged in what can only be called an avian holocaust through its Bye Bye Blackbird program that has poisoned tens of millions of birds over the last decade. The USDA even reports the number of birds it has poisoned to death in a PDF document posted


You’re Welcome China

China's new stealth fighter

China’s got a brand-new shiny stealth fighter—and the country may want to drop Washington a thank-you note for it, reports the AP. Seems a US-made F-117 Nighthawk that was shot down over Serbia in 1999 attracted some attention in Beijing. And Balkan military officials and


Biological Nightmare in Gulf

By Michael Edward

//Radio Broadcast video at bottom of article//

There’s a new proprietary recipe being force-fed to all of us here on the Gulf of Mexico that is now becoming available worldwide. Although this recipe has been closely guarded for 8 months, we were able to break it down


The Privately Run “CIA”

WASHINGTON — Duane R. Clarridge parted company with the Central Intelligence Agency more than two decades ago, but from poolside at his home near San Diego, he still runs a network of spies.

The Shadow War

Over the past two years, he has fielded operatives


Israeli Electronic Intelligence Base Uncovered

It’s been described as Israel’s ‘big ears’. A huge facility where it’s claimed phone calls and e-mails from all across the Middle East and beyond, can be monitored for intelligence. Hidden from prying eyes for decades in the desert, it’s become a focus for investigative journalists.



Eisenhower Warned, Nobody Listened

President Eisenhower warned us about the growing threat from the powerful military-industrial complex – and it’s threat to our prosperity – 50 years ago.

As NPR notes:

On Jan. 17, 1961, President Dwight Eisenhower gave the nation a dire warning about what he described as a threat to democratic government. He called it the


Cuba Halts Mail to U.S.

Cuba has suspended all postal deliveries to the United States until further notice.

The suspension follows the introduction of stricter security measures by the US last year after the attempted mailing of explosives from Yemen.

The Cuban postal service says large amounts of mail were refused entry and returned in the following months.

Correspondents say


Examination of Chinese Espionage

By Sean Noonan

Paris prosecutor Jean-Claude Marin on Jan. 14 began an inquiry into allegations of commercial espionage carried out against French carmaker Renault. The allegations first became public when Renault suspended three of its employees on Jan. 3 after an internal investigation that began in August 2010. Within days, citing an anonymous French government


Economic Collapse Scenarios for 2011

What could cause an economic collapse in 2011? Well, unfortunately there are quite a few “nightmare scenarios” that could plunge the entire globe into another massive financial crisis. The United States, Japan and most of the nations in Europe are absolutely drowning in debt. The Federal Reserve continues to play reckless games with the U.S.


Spooky DNA Teleportation

A Nobel Prize winning biologist has ignited controversy after publishing details of an experiment in which a fragment of DNA appeared to ‘teleport’ or imprint itself between test tubes.

Can DNA realy imprint its information into an adjacent testube without explanation, or is something else really going on?

According to a team


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