Exclusive: Blackwater Wins Piece of $10 Billion Merc Deal

By Spencer Ackerman Email Author October 1, 2010 Never mind the dead civilians. Forget about the stolen guns. Get over the murder arrests, the fraud allegations, and the accusations of guards pumping themselves up with steroids and cocaine. Through a “joint venture,” the notorious private security firm Blackwater has won …

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Resentment Toward Government

Authorities Plan To Trawl Phone Calls And E Mails For Signs Of “Resentment Toward Government” Paul Joseph Watson Infowars.com September 30, 2010 Do you resent the government for enforcing Obamacare or raising your taxes? Write about it in an email or talk about it on the phone and you could …

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Feds Radiating Americans At Internal Checkpoints

While illegals and hardcore drugs flood into the country from across the border, authorities target truck drivers in Atlanta Feds Radiating Americans At Internal Checkpoints Paul Joseph Watson Prison Planet.com Wednesday, September 29, 2010 Federal authorities do not concern themselves about the flood of illegal immigrants and drugs crossing the …

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36 Hours in Chicago

By FRED A. BERNSTEIN Published: September 22, 2010 ALL cities have their ups and downs, but Chicago has been on the rise by playing to its strengths, adding parks, architectural crowd pleasers and public art. Much of this has happened on the watch of Mayor Richard M. Daley, who, after …

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250,000 Gallons Of Oil Collected In Romeoville So Far – Chicagoist

Officials report that over 250,000 gallons of oil (or just shy of 6,000 barrels) have been recovered so far from the site of last week’s oil leak in Romeoville though a rep from the EPA says it’s still too early to say exactly how much oil spilled. It’s been enough …

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Chicago-Area Man Is Sentenced to 23 Years for Running 22-Year Ponzi Scheme

By Andrew M. Harris – Sep 15, 2010 6:23 PM CT Frank Castaldi, who ran a Chicago- area Ponzi scheme for 22 years that cost victims $31.6 million, was sentenced to 23 years in prison today in federal court. For 22 years, Castaldi, 57, of suburban Prospect Heights preyed upon …

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Mayor Bloomberg on New York’s New Electronic Voting Machines: “A Royal Screw-Up”

BY Dan Nosowitz Wed Sep 15, 2010 New York State was one of several to vote today, having some of the most important primaries in the country (including the Republican governor primary, Democrat Attorney General primary, and both primaries for the seat vacated by Secretary of State Clinton, though not …

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Daley rips U.S. snub on education funds

Illinois shut out of bucks by agency run by former CPS chief September 16, 2010BY FRAN SPIELMAN City Hall Reporter [email protected] Mayor Daley on Wednesday blasted a federal education bureaucracy run by former Chicago Public Schools CEO Arne Duncan over the process that culminated in Illinois being shut out from …

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Notary Public Service Chicago

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Chicagoans endure the hottest day of the year

People play it cool on the 12th day in the 90s this month July 24, 2010|By Duaa EldeibTribune reporter From the satin bow on her veil to the black piping on her dress, Nickie Vavrik executed perfectly her plan to bring to life the limited edition Vera Wang Barbie bridal …

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