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U.S. Bought Fake Intelligence Software

There are so many ridiculous aspects to a NY Times story from this weekend about a nearly decade-long relationship between the US government and what appears to be a con man who conned them out of tens of millions of dollars that it’s hard to know where to start, so let’s break it down in

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CIA Operative Caught in Pakistan Holding Top-Secret Documents….Allegedly

London, Feb 20(ANI): Double murder-accused US official Raymond Davis has been found in possession of top-secret CIA documents, which point to him or the feared American Task Force 373 (TF373) operating in the region, providing Al-Qaeda terrorists with “nuclear fissile material” and “biological agents,” according to a report.

Raymond Allen Davis, 36, had

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Obama Living High Life

Barack Obama recently made the following statement to American families that are struggling to survive in this economy: “If you’re a family trying to cut back, you might skip going out to dinner, or you might put off a vacation.” A few days after making that statement Obama sent his wife and children off on

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Economic Recovery? Not for You!

Have you heard the news? The stock market is absolutely soaring and according to the U.S. government and the Federal Reserve we are in the beginning stages of a robust economic recovery. Yippee! The S&P 500 is up 6.8 percent so far in 2011, and the stock market recently hit a two and

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Slated Robotic Attack Aircraft X-47B

The U.S. Navy is building on the successful first flight of the stealthy, tailless Northrop Grumman X-47B demonstrator as a pivotal step toward the long-held goal of marrying persistent, autonomous unmanned intelligence and strike aircraft with the reach of its fleet of aircraft carriers.

“We’re celebrating the centennial of Naval aviation, and if we fast-forward

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DoD: Cyber 3.0 Cybercommandos

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“Cyber 3.0” is the name of the new strategy described by U.S. Deputy Defense Secretary William Lynn at the RSA security conference Tuesday. It’s a five-part plan that will involve equipping military networks with active defenses, ensuring civilian networks are adequately protected, and marshaling the nation’s technological and human resources to maintain its

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USDA Approves Genetically Modified Crops

By Mike Ludwig, t r u t h o u t

The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has approved plantings of three genetically engineered (GE) crops in as many weeks, including Monsanto Co.’s Roundup Ready sugar beets and alfalfa that are engineered to tolerate Roundup Ready weed-killing herbicide.

The USDA on February

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Cougar 20H Sees Through Walls

If you want to creep past this new security bot, you’d better be good at holding your breath.

TiaLinx‘s new Cougar20-H is a lightweight, remote-controlled surveillance robot that can detect human breathing and scan through concrete walls with its ultra-wideband radio frequency sensor array.

The Cougar20-H moves around on tracks and can

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Raytheon to sell India Anti-Riot Pain Weapon

BANGALORE, India – US defense group Raytheon says it wants to sell India a controversial “pain gun” it claims would be safer than rubber bullets in quelling unrest in the insurgency-racked country.

The Silent Guardian Protection System is billed by its makers as the 21st century equivalent of tear gas or water cannon — a

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Student Spies of China

In order to create a “Safe and Peaceful University” the Xi’an University of Technology, in Shanxi Province, turned one in ten students into informants.

The student informant and spy system is strong in China, according to recent documents and reports.

“Chinese educators and Communist Party officials are expanding the Student Informant System to a growing

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U.S. Claims it Can’t Build Starship

Space enthusiasts will no doubt rejoice at the news that the wealthiest and most powerful organisation yet assembled by the human race – to wit, the US government – reports early progress in its plan to build an interstellar starship capable of carrying people to other star systems than our own.

Enthusiasts may be

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Advancement in Bomb and Drug Detection

Military and security funded scientists have been trying to develop better bomb-detecting technology for many years now. Most of what they come up with has obvious defects: typically sensors either don’t actually detect explosives but rather associated substances or shapes (metal detectors, X-ray systems) or they need to be very close to explosives or other

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Mutagenesis: Vietnam to Afghanistan

A series of disturbing reports from Iraq and Vietnam (backed up by a horrific collection of videos) have exposed a hidden legacy of war — weapons that continue to create victims years after the conflict has ended.

Thanks to the US military’s embrace of Mutagenic Weapons — technologies that can poison cell tissue and ransack

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Engineered Collapse Approaching, Accelerating

Ron Paul constantly reminds us that money is created out of thin air, which is to say it’s an illusion. Therefore, the debt must be an illusion too, correct? Yet, fiscal conservatives still use the debt as a tool of fear to make budget cuts that they selectively deem expendable.

Sure, they may think these

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Will the U.S. Seize Your Retirement Account

Source: Economic Policy Journal – Simon Black

In the late 1920s, the economy of the Weimar Republic was beset by numerous fiscal troubles. The global depression spread quickly to Germany, undermining the government’s ability to make its reparation payments from the Great War.

Fearing a return to hyperinflation, many Germans who had spent

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U.S. Begs Europe to Accept Genetically Modified Food

A top US trade official said she will bang down the door of the European Commission Thursday in a bid to break a long-standing impasse blocking the march of genetically-modified foods.

“When Europeans come to the United States, they come and enjoy our cuisine without any fears,” Deputy US Trade Representative Miriam Sapiro

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Many Children Prefer Virtual Existence

Children are often happier with their online lives than they are with reality, a survey has revealed.

They say they can be exactly who they want to be – and as soon as something is no longer fun they can simply hit the quit button.

The study also shows that, despite concerns about online safety,

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Howard Dean: It Is The Job Of The Government To Redistribute Our Wealth

In the shocking video you are about to watch, Howard Dean declares that it is the job of the government to redistribute our wealth. Not only that, he says it in such a way that indicates that he believes that such a notion should be obvious to anyone with half a brain. Well, while it

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Clinton Gives Opinion on Drug Legalization

In what will likely be seen as something of a Freudian slip by the US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton said recently in a Mexican news interview that the United States cannot legalize drugs as a means of fighting the black market because “there is just too much money in it.”

Asked by Denise Maerker

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U.S. Military, Restoring a Nation’s Internet Access

In the event a government shuts down its country’s internet again, the U.S. military has a way to force the country back online again. But, according to a military futurist, “It could be considered an act of war.” Wired has the story, and there are lots of different ways to bring the internet

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