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U.S. Counters S. American Drug Legalization Ideas

U.S. Tells South America to Shut Up About Legalizing Drugs

By Scott Morgan

Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano has a message for everyone who thinks the drug war is bad: you’re wrong, it’s awesome.

(Reuters) – Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano defended Washington’s drug war strategy on Monday despite calls by

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25 “Anonymous” Hacktivists Arrested by Interpol

Interpol has arrested 25 suspected members of the ‘Anonymous’ hackers group in a swoop on over a dozen cities in Europe and Latin America, the global police body said Tuesday.

The Interpol operation was carried out over a dozen cities in Europe and Latin America by police from Argentina, Chile, Colombia and

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General Predicts Iran Clash Within 90 Days

In 2009, The New York Times‘ David Barstow won the Pulitzer Prize for his twopart series on the use by television networks of retired Generals posing as objective “analysts” at exactly the same time they were participating — unbeknownst to viewers — in a Pentagon propaganda program. Many

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Is FEMA Making Preparations

FEMA preparing “National Responder Support Camps” eerily similar to KBR’s “National Quick Response Team

By Madison Ruppert On February 24, 2012 the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) posted the final draft solicitation for what they are calling a National Responder Support Camp (NRSC).

The announcement was posted on the Federal Business Opportunities

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Espionage Act to Silence and Prosecute Federal Workers

Last Wednesday in the White House briefing room, the administration’s press secretary, Jay Carney, opened on a somber note, citing the deaths of Marie Colvin and Anthony Shadid, two reporters who had died “in order to bring truth” while reporting in Syria.

Jake Tapper, the White House correspondent for ABC News, pointed out that the

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Knowing the Future: The UFO Spy Games: CIA, 9/11, UFOs, and the Extraterrestrial Presence

Editors Note: The following is a recommendation and description of a book we read and enjoyed!

What would you do if you could see into the future? The CIA and other intelligence agencies have been asking this question from the beginning.

In 1983, few Americans knew, or would have believed that the U.S.

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Brits Creating War Plans Against Iran

Britain is reportedly drawing up a battle plan for a war with Iran as top defence officials believe London will be “sucked into” any new conflict with Tehran.

Plans are being made to send hundreds of troops and an nuclear submarine to the Gulf region, The Sun reported.

Defence officials believe it is just

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Fox News Commentator Makes Revealing Statement

Fox News commentator and The Daily Caller editor-in-chief Tucker Carlson, in response to a question about U.S. military action, openly called for the full-scale annihilation of Iran during an appearance on Fox News’s late-night show Red Eye.

CARLSON: “I think we are the only country with the moral authority […] sufficient to do that.

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Cops Urge Lawmakers to Scrap Mandatory Minimum Sentences for Marijuana

Cops and judges in the U.S. are asking Canadian lawmakers to learn from America’s mistakes and scrap harsher pot penalties in a controversial new crime bill.

The Conservatives have championed Bill C-10, dubbed the “Safe Streets and Communities Act,” as a way of ensuring the punishment fits the crime, and they have the support of

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Facebook Censorship List Released by Contractor Employee

A secret list curated by social network giant Facebook was published online recently after an employee for one of the company’s third-world contractors, upset at his poor working conditions and meager wage, decided to fight back.

The document reveals exactly what Facebook’s censorship brigade looks for on the social network, which boasts over

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Social Media Caught Censoring

Facebook pays low-wage foreign workers to delete certain content based upon a censorship list. For example, Facebook deletes accounts created by Palestinian resistance groups.

Digg was caught censoring stories which were controversial or too critical of the government. See More…

Suspicious Powder Sent to Members of Congress

Several members of the Congress received mail threatening a biological attack and containing a suspicious powder later found to be harmless as law enforcement officials warned on Wednesday that more letters could be on their way.

A number of media organizations and TV shows, including the New York Times and The Daily Show with Jon

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Highlander Virus Launched, in the Wild

Computer security experts are warning of a new virus which logs users’ online activities, steals bank information, downloads malicious software and seizes control of your computer.

The virus, which has been christened Ainslot.L, even searches for competing viruses on the computer and removes them, earning it the nickname ‘Highlander’.

Luis Corrons, technical director of computer

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Freedom of Internet Threatened by U.N.

On Feb. 27, a diplomatic process will begin in Geneva that could result in a new treaty giving the United Nations unprecedented powers over the Internet. Dozens of countries, including Russia and China, are pushing hard to reach this goal by year’s end. As Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said last June, his goal and

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France Requests EU Follow Suit on Monsanto Corn

PARIS — France’s ecology ministry said Monday it had asked European regulators to suspend authorisation for the use of genetically modified MON 810 maize crops from US company Monsanto based on new studies.

The request is “based on the latest scientific studies” which show that the use of the GM crops “pose significant risks for

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The Monster (Monsanto) Weed

International biotechnology company Monsanto recently announced the development of new seeds resistant to not one, but two powerful herbicides. The expansive use of the first herbicide, glyphosate (or “Roundup”), has led to the evolution of “super weeds” that are impervious to it. These weeds have become an increasingly unmanageable plague

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Little Town Big Tank

“We’re going to have our own tank.”

That’s what Keene, N.H., Mayor Kendall Lane whispered to Councilman Mitch Greenwald during a December city council meeting.

It’s not quite a tank. But the quaint town of 23,000 — scene of just two murders since 1999 — had just accepted a $285,933 grant

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Protest Blockers in U.K.

Editors Note: the following article comes from an author across the pond in Great Britain

I’ve been involved in politics long enough to know that most political groups or parties attract more than their fair share of nutters and outright lunatics, some harmless others not so. Bloody hell, we had the two biggest nutters in

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Anonymous Promises Weekly Attacks to Continue

“You should have expected us.”

anonymous hacktivist

It’s the calling card that Anonymous has signed-off their online assaults with since the start of their Internet crusades. As the hacktivists continue to come down hard on the websites of corrupt corporations and governments, they’re offering the warning once more.

Anonymous is cautioning future

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Phone and Email Records to be Stored in new U.K. Spy Plan

Details of every phone call and text message, email traffic and websites visited online are to be stored in a series of vast databases under new Government anti-terror plans.

Landline and mobile phone companies and broadband providers will be ordered to store the data for a year and make it available to the security

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