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Saturday, January 17, 2004

Human Radiation Experiments 

  • The Office of Human Radiation Experiments, established in March 1994, leads the Department of Energy's efforts to tell the agency's Cold War story of radiation research using human subjects. We have undertaken an intensive effort to identify and catalog relevant historical documents from DOE's 3.2 million cubic feet of records scattered across the country. Internet access to these resources is a key part of making DOE more open and responsive to the American public


  • Israel accused of illegal kidney trafficking -"The Israeli government is aware of the traffic in organs for patients in its country and pays for all transactions through four health plans," the daily O Globo quoted Gady as telling the court. "I never thought the Israeli government was financing anything illegal," he said. "I was only helping people in need


  • t r u t h o u t | Reporting/Blog
    From the Democratic Caucuses in Iowa


  • Get ready for the alternative minimum tax


  • The Bush Tax: How Much Is It Costing You?


  • Brilliant Cartoons by Shujaat, BUSH ON MARS


  • DEATH PENALTY SHOULD BE APPLIED TO CORPORATIONS THAT DEFRAUD GOVERNMENT, REPORT RECOMMENDS


  • REPORT RANKS STATES FROM MOST CORRUPT TO LEAST CORRUPT


  • DID THE US GAS IT'S OWN PEOPLE? A short clip from Investigative Reports - concerning biological testing on US cities


  • PROOF OF PEAK OIL AND GAS – CNN REPORTS BLACKOUTS IMMINENT AS PLANTS RUN OUT OF NATURAL GAS DUE TO NORTHEAST HEATING DEMAND


  • Corporate Media Ignores US Hypocrisy on War Crimes By Peter Phillips


  • WASHINGTON, Jan. 17 — A classified Army study of the downings of military helicopters in Iraq found that guerrillas have used increasingly sophisticated tactics and weapons — including at least one advanced missile


  • At 1 Degree, a Metropolis Is Also Frozen in Time


  • 9-11 Lawsuit Will Not Be Televised, Axis of Logic Exclusive


  • City Talk: Putting man on Mars is fine, what about earth?


  • Global Eye – Organ Grinders


  • Sweden summons envoy to explain damage to artwork


  • Australia, US mulling joint military training program


  • The assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X


  • "One Nation Under Israel" may be the first historically documented expose of the hijacking of the American Congress


  • US$ plunge could lead to full-blown financial crisis If confidence goes, lenders will pull loans and cause dollar to crash


  • Israel answers to no one on nuclear weapons


  • Former H&K Exec Still Defends Iraqi Baby Killing Stories


  • The Bush-Hitler Ads Removed by MoveOn


  • Yesterday, a deported Sudanese national flying from Dulles Airport to London's Heathrow Airport was found to have carried bullets on the trans-Atlantic flight. Today, news is emerging that recent security drills have illustrated shortcomings that would make it possible for a terrorist to strike Washington, DC via air


  • For the first time since the Korean War, there will be no US military presence within the South Korean capital of Seoul


  • For the first time since the Korean War, there will be no US military presence within the South Korean capital of Seoul


  • Plagued by Drugs, Tribes Revive Ancient Penalty


  • City on fire-By ignoring the fire damage that would result from a nuclear attack and taking into account blast damage alone, U.S. war planners were able to demand a far larger nuclear arsenal than necessary


  • CBS Cries Foul on PETA, MoveOn Super Bowl Ads


  • MoveOn knocked out of Super Bowl
    The upstart political organization learns that there's no right to free speech on network TV -- even for those who can pay for it


  • By now many Americans are aware that Israel, with a population of only 5.8 million people, is the largest recipient of U.S. foreign aid, and that Israel’s aid plus U.S. aid to Egypt’s 65 million people for keeping the peace with Israel has, for many years, consumed more than half of the U.S. bi-lateral foreign aid budget world-wide


  • Workers Assail Night Lock-Ins by Wal-Mart


  • Oil: The illusion of plenty-One hundred and twelve billion of anything sounds like a limitless quantity. But in terms of barrels of oil, it's just a drop in the gas tank. The world uses about 27 billion barrels of oil per year, meaning that 112 billion barrels--the proven oil reserves of Iraq, the second largest proven oil reserves in the world--would last a little more than four years at today's usage rates


  • Did the US Attorney General accept excessive campaign contributions on the sly? Is he a tax evader? Has he engaged in a criminal conspiracy to cover his tracks?


  • People And The Land "If you only see one movie about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, see People and the Land"


  • The $500 billion fire sale In a shattered postwar Iraq, there are rich pickings to be had - and for US businesses at least, it promises to be a risk-free bonanza. Naomi Klein joins those at a trade show jostling for a stake


  • This website serves as notice to Christians across this nation that President George Bush over the past few years has compromised his "Christian faith" by promoting evil and openly supporting wickedness. It is our hope and prayer that he would Repent and turn from such blatant sin. He is not our friend and cannot be trusted


  • Anti-Seminism's Hateful Resurgence


  • Pentagon Withholds Cold War Medical Data


  • U.S. TAXPAYER DOLLARS! - With an expected boost in U.S. funding, Israel plans to step up production of Arrow missile interceptors to expand its missile defense system, diplomats and defense analysts said on Friday


  • Bush prefers our pretty boy to his pretty boy


  • Tim Robbins' 'Embedded' to Open in NYC


  • Salon gets cash to keep it afloat Wenner, Warnock bail out Web magazine


  • The federal government is planning to overhaul its employee drug testing program to include scrutiny of workers' hair, saliva and sweat, a shift that could spur more businesses to revise screening for millions of their own workers


  • Gates quietly spends $14 million buying homes near Medina estate


  • News Blackout
    The FCC was getting ready to loosen the rules limiting media concentration. A grassroots movement had sprung up to derail the plan. But you wouldn’t have learned much about the controversy from many news outlets owned by the big conglomerates that were eager to cash in


  • Step Aside Ashcroft.com


  • The Tu-160, Russia's chief long-range jet bomber, has flown for the first time since the entire fleet was grounded after a crash last autumn


  • A controversial US fertility specialist who says he has implanted a cloned embryo into a woman's womb has been condemned as "irresponsible" by scientists


  • Israel has called on the Swedish Government to dismantle an art exhibit featuring a Palestinian suicide bomber, which it says is an incitement to kill


  • THE APACHE KILLING VIDEO


  • Retired General Wesley K. Clark sometimes downplays his Army background, and criticizes the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy on gays. But there is one military institution he vigorously defends: the controversial academy once known as the US Army School of the Americas


  • World Social Forum unites 80,000 against globalisation


  • State of Human Rights in the Union 2004


  • Widow still looks for answers in Pine Ridge death


  • California’s Republican governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, outlined a budget proposal January 9 that constitutes a massive assault on health, education and other social service programs upon which millions of people in the state rely


  • Human rights groups: US may be guilty of “collective punishment” war crime in Iraq


  • The Onion: U.S. To Give Every Iraqi $3,544.91, Let Free-Market Capitalism Do The Rest


  • Arctic Winds Leave Eastern U.S. Colder Than Iceland



  • Friday, January 16, 2004

    A Disturbing Crime: A graphic US military video showing the killing of three Iraqi people 

  • Apache killing video becomes viral news

  • Graphic video footage from the gun camera of a U.S. Apache helicopter provides a window into the rules of engagement that often determine life and death in Iraq


  • Educated youth 'are more likely to engage in violent protests'


  • The panel set up to investigate why the United States failed to prevent the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, was rocked Thursday by the bizarre revelation that two of its senior officials were so closely involved in the events they are investigating that they have had to be interviewed as part of the inquiry


  • The panel probing the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks is facing questions over potential conflicts of interest involving its staff and commissioners, a newspaper reports


  • Israel seeks return of Temple artifacts Rabbis urge Vatican to permit search of storerooms for treasures


  • Turning off the stadium spigot With tighter budgets and angrier fans, sweetheart deals for sports teams are tougher to find


  • Should we, the people, ever build a stadium for these millionaire owners?


  • Field of Schemes


  • Children continued to be used as soldiers, sexual slaves, laborers, porters and spies throughout 2003 in both newly erupting and longstanding armed conflicts, according to a report released ahead of the United Nations Security Council's fourth open debate on children and armed conflict


  • Declaration of Independence from the War in Vietnam


  • CIA Has Classified Through-Wall Retinal Scanning


  • If All the Jobs Are Going to India, Should I Move to Bangalore?


  • Bush Gives Kuwait Special Status as Ally


  • Baghdad Burning-Girl Blog from Iraq... let's talk war, politics and occupation


  • Iraq -- war on terrorism -- Middle East conflict :: critical perspectives


  • ELLIOT SMITH-LAPD detectives investigating the death of Elliott Smith have asked their supervisor to take a look at the case to see if they made the right determination when they ruled it a suicide


  • Women in Iraq Decry Decision To Curb Rights


  • Who Gets It? By PAUL KRUGMAN


  • After forcing through a much-debated ban on smoking in public places, the Mayor of New York City, Michael Bloomberg, has continued his campaign to root out behaviour considered anti-social. But there are stirrings of rebellion among city residents


  • Shiite protests complicate US plans in Iraq


  • First Amendment Treats for the Rich


  • Cheney's grim vision: decades of war Vice president says Bush policy aimed at long-term world threat


  • An American Airlines pilot has been fined $12,000 for making an obscene gesture while being photographed at Sao Paulo airport in Brazil


  • Women around the world are being told they can now have an orgasm at the touch of a button


  • SANFORD, N.C. -- Lee County will fly a Confederate flag at its courthouse in honor of Robert E. Lee's birthday on Jan. 19, the same day as the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday


  • US MILITARY investigators were last night trying to establish how one of their F-15 fighter jets managed to bomb an area of Yorkshire


  • Same-sex partners in New Jersey have been granted unprecedented legal, health care and financial rights under a new bill, although the measure stops short of authorizing homosexual "marriage."


  • A Right-Wing Ex-Congressman Recruits the Colombo Crime Family to Find P.O.W.'s


  • Virginia Eyes New Sodomy Law


  • An attempt to auction off the state of West Virginia drew 56 bids and nearly enough promised dollars to fill the state's projected budget hole before eBay learned of the joke


  • Russia plans to get to Mars first


  • Filling of Draft Boards Can Only Mean One Thing


  • Say you're Illiegal and your in!


  • Al Qaida targeting western teams at 2004 Olympics


  • Pyongyang has reportedly told the US to make a deal soon or North Korea would spend the time developing nuclear arms


  • Spanish politician labels Blair an 'imbecile' on live television


  • Bush booed at King memorial


  • "WORST PRESIDENT EVER FOR BLACKS"


  • UFO Secrets


  • Creative Class War


  • America's Empire of Bases


  • The year 2006 is predicted to be the most dangerous in regards to new terrorist acts


  • Moscow's medical workers discovered a magnificent gift of a sixteen-year-old girl Natalya Demkina from Saransk. The girl possesses "dual vision". She is capable of discerning a person's internal organs without using X-ray or ultrasound


  • ''Peace has broken out in Africa''


  • 100,000 In Bombay For 2004 World Social Forum


  • Deploying troops to receive smallpox shot


  • Africa/Child Soldiers -We can find child soldiers in every region of the world


  • Politics of space


  • Jane's-The emperor's new clothes
    -It has long been our view that the available intelligence did not provide a justification for military intervention by the USA and its allies, no matter how appalling Saddam Hussein may have been as a leader


  • China courts friends in Europe


  • How Bush is plundering Social Security to close the deficit


  • Victims' families renew request for 9/11 records


  • Revelations that a British soldier had to hand back his body armor shortly before he was killed in Iraq has prompted calls for Defense Secretary Geoff Hoon to quit


  • Red Planet Profits


  • Jailed Immigrants to Register for Draft


  • 9/11 director gave evidence to own inquiry


  • A RETIRED Israeli army officer under arrest in Brazil on suspicion of belonging to an international human kidney trafficking ring has told a court the Israeli government financed organ transplants


  • Brussels steps up US trade war


  • Israel's settlement activity directly contradicts "roadmap": Irish FM


  • 'Enhanced Air' Pumped Into Stores To Boost Spending GM Pheromones In Your Face


  • Streakers out in cold after thief makes off with getaway car


  • I believe in conspiracies John Laughland says the real nutters are those who believe in al-Qa’eda and weapons of mass destruction


  • Small Plane Diverted After Violating Philadelphia Airspace


  • LIES: The Fed says it can't find much inflation anywhere. Consumers might argue otherwise


  • Music lovers will be treated to a rare treat on the BBC tonight - the sound of silence. Radio 3 will broadcast live a performance of John Cage's seminal work 4'33", which consists of four minutes and 33 seconds of silence


  • A state-owned oil firm has dismissed the chief of Kuwait Greenline for exposing "serious environmental violations", his environmental group has charged


  • It is time to abandon the illusion of nation building and develop the instrument of state building


  • A dark leader of armies stares into a crystal globe that glows with a fiery, lidless eye, his mind bent to the will of an evil that seeks power above all else. His orders: destroy an ancient wilderness of majestic and mysterious trees, for the benefit of his dark masters. As he signs the decision, you can almost hear George Bush intone in a deep, resounding voice "Rip them all down."


  • Will China Avoid Japan-Like Debt Nightmare?


  • Review: Poster art of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict



  • Thursday, January 15, 2004

    US Opens New Front in War on Terror by Beefing Up Border Controls in Sahara 

  • US Opens New Front in War on Terror by Beefing Up Border Controls in Sahara


  • ELLIOT SMITH-LAPD detectives investigating the death of Elliott Smith have asked their supervisor to take a look at the case to see if they made the right determination when they ruled it a suicide


  • FBI: NO AL-QAIDA CONNECTION TO 9/11
  • FBI: No al-Qaida connection to 9/11


  • Since 9/11, U.S. and Canadian military aircraft have intercepted or diverted nearly 1,700 aircraft regarded as suspicious


  • Overtime Pay For Millions of Americans in Peril


  • Bush Plan to Honor Dr. King Stirs Criticism-His administration has never supported anything to help the poor, education, or children. It's all about isolationism and greed for the upper class. That's not promoting the legacy of Dr. King.


  • Gay marriage inevitable


  • Rocket scientists say that, like the hokey 1950s Disneyland ride, Bush's proposal is pure fantasy


  • Cash-strapped California schools court film and TV crews as part of a scramble to recover lost revenue


  • A NEW KIND OF EMPIRE-The US dominates the skies to a far greater degree than Roman legions controlled the ground or the British fleet ruled the seas


  • Large corporations threatening independence of U.S. states


  • Cash-strapped California schools court film and TV crews as part of a scramble to recover lost revenue


  • Leaked News Network Memos: Regime Change in Paris? Absurd but Possible

  • In-House Memos on Television And Print Media News Presentations


  • 1 Euro will cost 1,4 USD by the end of the year


  • Rumsfeld exerting pressure on Bush to launch military strike against Syria


  • EU seek trade sanctions on US


  • Part 2: The human price of coal

  • Part 3: It is about oil


  • Cold and Blustery Snowfall Coats Streets of New York Region


  • OPO (Other People's Oil)


  • French Judge Wants Cheney to Testify in Halliburton Scandal


  • Venezuela Decriminalizes Drug Possession


  • US consumer debt reaches record levels


  • FINALLY, BUSH ADMITS IT: HE LIED


  • Israeli goes free on bail-Man arrested at DIA in smuggling case


  • Report: US considering armed intervention in Syria


  • FM: World must oust Syria from Lebanon


  • SOLAR WIND NEAR EARTH: INDICATOR
    OF VARIATIONS IN GLOBAL TEMPERATURE


  • Is a New Ice Age Under Way?


  • FAKE BOMB WASN'T SPOTTED


  • U.S. seeks to block terrorists in Sahara


  • Lynne Cheney's Sisters act


  • 2nd act A year later, Sean Penn returns to Iraq and files a personal, candid report from the front


  • PRESIDENT Bush interrupted a White House meeting to tell his chief of staff to go and get some cheeseburgers, it was revealed last night


  • Previously Unseen 9/11 Footage


  • OPEC mulls move to euro for pricing crude oil


  • USS Liberty - Israeli Pilot Speaks Up


  • Your Friend Global Warming


  • Court upholds use of random police roadblocks




  • Wednesday, January 14, 2004

    Bush HATES Gays! $1.5 Billion to Promote Heterosexual Marriage!!! 

  • Administration officials say they are planning an extensive election-year initiative to promote marriage, (AS LONG AS YOU'RE NOT GAY) especially among low-income couples, and they are weighing whether President Bush should promote the plan next week in his State of the Union address




  • Tuesday, January 13, 2004

    Welcome to Hooverville, U.S. of A. where the breadlines never end. 

  • NEW YORK - Actor-writer Spalding Gray has been reported missing, police said.


  • The Awful Truth-People are saying terrible things about George Bush


  • Taxpayer Exploitation in Sports-The sports powers that be have learned how to manipulate state and local governments and turn tax dollars, meant for vital public services, into private profit through corporate welfare


  • Bank of England sued in BCCI case

  • RELATED:
  • These two are said by some of the experts to have actually been the ones who provided the money that Bath gave to Bush in 1979, and then in his later business, Harkin Energy, which was in the late 1980's, B.C.C.I., the Bank of Credit and Commerce International, which was mixed up in Iran contra and a lot of other scandals was front and center in Harkin. You have a tie to two of Bush's oil investments that bring you to the Persian Gulf types


  • Bush Admits He Targeted Saddam from the Start


  • Richard Perle v. Paul Krugman: A Debate On The War On Terror


  • Saudi Envoy Calls Perle as Zionist Extremist


  • Billionaire George Soros said Mondayhe is ready to spend more of his fortune on trying to get US President George W Bush voted out of office in November's presidential election


  • President Bush is messing up America!


  • Bush seeking ideas for regime change in Cuba


  • U.S. lawmaker says pension agency deficit $10 bln


  • Watching the Watchers-Where in the World is Bush


  • Iraq to wait for 3 years before full power supply restored


  • The United States is overextended, not just militarily but economically


  • In the latest indication President Bush is having problems with his conservative core political constituency, Michael Savage, one of talk radio's biggest stars, tonight called for the impeachment of President Bush over his plans to legalize millions of illegal aliens


  • US military 'brutalised' journalists


  • A grocery store that practically reads your mind


  • Iraq troop rotation plan: Pentagon prepares for next war


  • Study: Europe to have more killer summers


  • Part 1: Hydropower, wave of the future? Energy crisis threatens 'world's factory'


  • A report published by the US Army War College has criticised the war against Iraq as a strategic error



  • Monday, January 12, 2004

    "I think sex is cool and people should have a lot of it" 

  • "I think sex is cool and people should have a lot of it"


  • A member of AboveTopSecret.com has discovered what appears to be significant image alteration in the images taken by the Mars Spirit craft and released by NASA. When he compared the reference shots of the on-board sundial (used for color reference and calibration), to released panorama shots, he noticed a striking difference in color


  • American Dynasty: Fmr. Top Republican Strategist Discusses The Bush Family's Rise To Power Since WWI


  • Bush Sought ‘Way’ To Invade Iraq?


  • US Mortuary Sees No Let-Up from Iraq War Dead


  • To Understand U.S. Jobs Picture, Connect the Dots, and Find the Dots


  • Ex US-Treasury Chief: Saw No Evidence of Iraq WMDs


  • The U.S. military's only plant making small-arms ammunition is running at near capacity, 4 million rounds a day


  • A reward of up to $20,000 was announced Thursday for tips leading to the arrest and charges of a hit-and-run motorist who killed a chemist walking in the Texas Medical Center


  • 911 An Inside Job, America
    Now Under Zionist Control


  • PRESIDENT BUSH: “SO WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE” IF YOUR SONS AND DAUGHTERS ARE NOW DEAD BECAUSE I LIED


  • Roy P. Disney, the grandnephew of Walt Disney, Workers fired Christmas Eve, paid with bad checks


  • Israel
    and The U.S. Interest


  • More than four million surveillance cameras monitor our every move, making Britain the most-watched nation in the world


  • Border council calls Bush plan 'slap in the face'


  • Chilean elites caught in child porn ring


  • Elite GLobal Sex Trade


  • Chavez calls Condoleezza Rice an "illiterate" following sharp criticism


  • American terrorist


  • Report: Pentagon Auditors Altered Files


  • When is military conscription not the "draft"? Answer -- When it is disguised as. . . DRAFT CREEP


  • DRAFT CREEP




  • Sunday, January 11, 2004

    good evening! 

  • Howard Zinn-The Logic of Withdrawal


  • What's Behind Bush's Immigration Move?


  • Statement by AFL-CIO President John J. Sweeney on President Bush’s Principles for Immigration Reform


  • Russia has stolen a march on the United States in the race for control of Caspian oil, winning long-term commitment from Kazakhstan to use Russian pipelines for exporting its hydrocarbons to Europe


  • Polish and Romanian officials say they are ready to host American military bases, and that further negotiations with Washington are expected shortly


  • Tom Morello-Interview-The Progressive


  • Bush to be Enemy Number One at World Anti-Globalization Meet in Bombay


  • For the next 50 years Brazil, Russia, India and China will experience the biggest economic growth rate in the world


  • G-10 Central Bankers May Discuss Dollar Weakness, Recovery


  • White-collar jobs leaving U.S.


  • A strange thing happened on the way to the war


  • A new law has been passed in Cuba which will make access to the internet more difficult for Cubans


  • For the doom merchants amongst us, 2004 showed its fearsome teeth in a cracking start before it was even 10 days old


  • US military stretched too thin?


  • Ethiopians Told to Wait to Come to Israel


  • State Department claims Russia provided Iraq with war aid


  • THE US GOVERNMENT INFORMED OTHER NATIONS OF THE PLAN TO INVADE AFGHANISTAN MONTHS BEFORE THE ATTACKS ON THE WORLD TRADE TOWERS!


  • Betrayal behind Israeli attack on U.S. ship


  • Confessions of a White House Insider


  • Why more senior citizens are carrying guns


  • US troops on the march - out the army


  • Three Cops See UFO


  • An Honor Roll of Self-hating Jews


  • Some say NASA needs such a strategic vision, but others see a burden for a nation in debt


  • Russia: FSB seizes book as 'anti-state propaganda'


  • French law enforcement authorities have made Vice President Dick Cheney the target of a criminal investigation for his role in a massive bribery scandal during his time as CEO of Halliburton


  • A Nigerian Contract at the Heart of a Corruption Affair


  • EFF Secures Protection for ReplayTV Clients


  • Jet Defense:
    What's the Holdup?



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