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Chemtrails over Chicago Suburbs

Spraying that takes place at 6:30 A.M. around the Chicago Suburbs. These are not real clouds Chemtrails Video Over the last few years, intentionally manipulating Earth’s climate on a planetary scale has gone from a fringe idea to a possibility debated by mainstream scientists. That’s worried a lot of people, …

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Poll: Should Geo-Engineering Go Forward?

Over the last few years, intentionally manipulating Earth’s climate on a planetary scale has gone from a fringe idea to a possibility debated by mainstream scientists. That’s worried a lot of people, and last week the practice was informally placed off-limits by 193 nations. The moratorium, enacted under authority of …

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Noam Chomsky: No Evidence that Al-Qaeda Carried Out the 9/11 Attacks

Friday, November 5, 2010 Leading liberal intellectual Noam Chomsky just told Press TV: “The explicit and declared motive of the [Afghanistan] war was to compel the Taliban to turn over to the United States, the people who they accused of having been involved in World Trade Center and Pentagon terrorist …

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Group Demands Immediate Halt of Full-Body Airport Scanners

By David Kravets Email Author November 2, 2010 A leading privacy group is urging a federal appeals court to suspend the government’s program of introducing full-body imaging machines at airports across the country. The Transportation Security Administration began deploying 450 of them in March to dozens of airports nationwide. “The …

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Coming Soon: Movie Screens That Watch You Back, Measure Your Reactions | Fast Company

Movie theater technology is getting a novel tweak–it’ll start watching audiences to see how they react to movies and ads. The silver screen is set to watch you back, and it’s all in the cause of market research. Some theaters have already been watching you for years, but only to …

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The Daily Show Propaganda

Geithner Visited Jon Stewart in April, Though Not for Laughs – Bloomberg By Ian Katz – Nov 3, 2010 11:00 PM CT In the midst of debates on financial regulation and China’s currency in April, Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner sat down to discuss the U.S. economy — with comedian …

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Ron Paul vows renewed Fed audit push next year | Reuters

By Andy Sullivan, WASHINGTON | Thu Nov 4, 2010 6:14pm EDT WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican Representative Ron Paul on Thursday said he will push to examine the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy decisions if he takes control of the congressional subcommittee that oversees the central bank as expected in January. “I …

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The Fed at Jekyll Island: They’re Baaack!

Just days after the Federal Reserve will announce it has launched QE2, the Fed will hold a major conference at Jekyll Island. The island is off the coast of the U.S. state of Georgia. In November 1910, Senator Nelson W. Aldrich and Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Department A.P. Andrews, …

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34 warships sent from US for Obama visit

New Delhi: The White House will, of course, stay in Washington but the heart of the famous building will move to India when President Barack Obama lands in Mumbai on Saturday. Communications set-up, nuclear button, a fleet of limousines and majority of the White House staff will be in India …

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Fed to Buy $600 Billion of Treasurys

The Federal Reserve Wednesday unveiled a controversial new plan to buy U.S. Treasurys, hoping to spur growth in a disappointingly slow U.S. economy. After two days of discussions, Fed officials decided to go ahead with a much anticipated program, saying they will buy $600 billion of U.S. government debt over …

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Did Harry Reid Steal Nevada?

5 point margin of victory highly suspicious given pre-election polls showing Angle ahead, combined with reports of vote-flipping on machines controlled by Reid’s son and serviced by corrupt pro-Reid union… Did Harry Reid Steal Nevada?

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Run Turkey, Run

The Fed’s announcement of a renewed commitment to Quantitative Easing has been well telegraphed and the market’s reaction is likely to be subdued. We are in a “liquidity trap,” where interest rates or trillions in asset purchases may not stimulate borrowing or lending because consumer demand is just not there. …

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Google 2.4% Rate Shows How $60 Billion Lost to Tax Loopholes

Jesse Drucker Oct 21, 2010 Oct. 21 (Bloomberg) — Google Inc. cut its taxes by $3.1 billion in the last three years using a technique that moves most of its foreign profits through Ireland and the Netherlands to Bermuda. Google’s income shifting — involving strategies known to lawyers as the …

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TSA demands testicular fondling as an alternative to naked scanners

Cory Doctorow at 2:20 AM Saturday, Oct 30, 2010 The Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg has been experimenting with declining the whole-body TSA scanners at US airports — and now things have gotten more intimate. The TSA has initiated a new, more humiliating pat-down procedure for people who refuse to show screeners …

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November 2nd Really Is THAT Important

I know that you have heard over and over again about how important THIS election is. After hearing for the umpteenth time how this midterm is the most important midterm election EVER you may be suffering from overload. You may feel like you have had enough. You may have seen …

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