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Archived News Wednesday December 1st, 2010
Harper advisor calls for assassination of Wikileaks director posted 12/01/2010, 9:04 PM (YouTube)
[Category: Tyranny/Police State]

In a shockingly flippant comment to a Canadian television news anchor Evan Solomon of the CBC News Network on live TV, Tom Flanagan, a senior advisor and strategist to the Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper today called for the assassination of Wikileaks director Julian Assange .

It is believed to be the first ever televised "fatwa" since the edict by the Iranian leadership of the late Ayatollah Khomeini against British writer Salman Rushdie in February 1989. Amazingly, although news anchor Solomon afforded Flanagan the opportunity to retract his statement, Flanagan balked at doing so and instead reiterated that U.S. President should put out a "contract" on Assange or use "a drone" and that he would not be unhappy if Assange "disappeared."

Flanagan who is a trusted member of PM Harper's inner circle of Tory strategists joins Sarah Palin in calling for the death of the Wikileaks director as retribution for the website's release of confidential diplomatic and intelligence "chatter" this week.
"Truth is treason in the empire of lies." - Ron Paul

The Unintended Humor in Wikileaks Criticism posted 12/01/2010, 9:02 PM (Kevin Carson)
[Category: Commentary]
Sheldon Richman, in the Christian Science Monitor (“Bradley Manning isn’t a Criminal; He’s a Hero,” Nov. 29),  raised the issue of the American public’s right to know about government operations overseas for which they “could suffer retaliation.”  Excellent point.

Glenn Greenwald noted (wrong, and Secretary Clinton is wrong. Those remoras of state at CNN, FOXNews, ABC, NBC, CBS, NPR and many Congressmen are all wet in their frantic response t
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Homeland Security Admits That It's The Private Police Force Of The Entertainment Industry posted 12/01/2010, 9:04 PM (Techdirt)
[Category: Big Brother/Orwellian]
We've been quite concerned about the legality of Homeland Security's domain name seizures -- especially in cases where they took down sites that had a ton of legitimate content, such as various mainstream newspapers and magazines have been mocking the concerns of people who are upset by the TSA's new search procedures. And, of course, the latest is that the press has deci... (more)

Stefan Molyneux Interviewed On The Alex Jones Show! posted 12/01/2010, 9:04 PM (YouTube)
[Category: Resistance]

Alex welcomes to the show Stefan Molyneux, a Canadian philosopher, blogge
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From G-Men to Pig-Men: The FBI's Stalinist Homeland Security Theater posted 12/01/2010, 9:03 PM (William Norman Grigg)
[Category: Commentary]
"The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which."

- George Orwell, Animal Farm

A few days after bombs ripped apart two apartment buildings Moscow, residents of Ryazan -- a town 100 miles southeast of the Capital City -- were alarmed to find several suspicious-looking figures loi
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WikiLeaks and National Insecurity posted 12/01/2010, 9:04 PM (William L. Anderson)
[Category: Commentary]
An overused term in this age of the overwhelming state is "national security," and I always am amazed at how people who think clearly on other subjects fall all over themselves when someone manages to breach the secrecy of government agencies. Not surprisingly, when this flimsy "security" line actually is crossed, the typical response is to try to ki... (more)

The moral standards of WikiLeaks critics posted 12/01/2010, 9:03 PM (Glenn Greenwald)
[Category: Commentary]
Time's Joe Klein writes this about the WikiLeaks disclosures:
I am tremendously concernced [sic] about the puerile eruptions of Julian Assange. . . . If a single foreign national is rounded up and put in jail because of a leaked cable, this entire, anarchic exercise in "freedom" stands as a human disaster. Assange is a criminal. He's the one who should be in jail.
Do you have that p
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FTC Endorses "Do Not Track" Information Control Regime for the Internet posted 12/01/2010, 9:01 PM (TechLiberation)
[Category: Big Brother/Orwellian]
This morning, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released its eagerly-awaited Preliminary FTC Staff Report on Protecting Consumer Privacy in an Era of Rapid Change: A Proposed Framework for Businesses and Policymakers. As expected, the agency has generally endorsed an expanded regulatory regime to govern online data collection and advertising efforts in the name of protecting consumer privacy.  More specifically, the agency endor... (more)

Gary Fielder's Anti-TSA Lawsuit Covered by AP, Fox News posted 12/01/2010, 9:00 PM (InformationLiberation)
[Category: Resistance]
Attorney Gary Fielder's filing for an injunction against the TSA has officially made it into the mainstream news, including an interview with Fox 31 Denver.

AP: Colo. lawyer sues over TSA airport screening

DENVER — A Colorado attorney has asked a federal judge to order the Transportation Security Administration to abandon its airport scre
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TSA frisks groom children to cooperate with sex predators, abuse expert says posted 12/01/2010, 9:00 PM (Raw Story)
[Category: Big Brother/Orwellian]
An expert in the fight against child sexual abuse is raising the alarm about a technique the TSA is reportedly using to get children to co-operate with airport pat-downs: calling it a "game".

Ken Wooden, founder of Child Lures Prevention, says the TSA's recommendation that children be told the pat-down is a "game" is potentially putting children in danger.

Telling a child that they are engaging in a game is "one of the most common ways" that sexual predators use to
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What Threat, China? posted 12/01/2010, 8:56 PM (Mises Institute)
[Category: Commentary]
This topic needs no introduction. We hear discussions in the national media weekly about the possible threat an economically resurgent China poses to the United States — and even to other countries. So how concerned should we really be about China's economic and military might? Answer: China's economic development itself is not in any way harmful to us; ultimately, the only threats that exist as a result of its success come from potential actions taken by politicians as a response to its develo... (more)

The State Serves Poison As Food posted 12/01/2010, 8:51 PM (David D'Amato)
[Category: Commentary]
On Tuesday, the Senate voted in an overwhelming majority to pass food safety legislation that the Associated Press reports "potentially giv[es] the government broad new powers to increase inspections of food processing facilities and force companies to recall tainted food." The lopsided vote on the bill, popular with both Democrats and Republicans, might seem to indicate that it promotes the unc... (more)

The Only Way: Abolish the TSA posted 12/01/2010, 8:50 PM (Becky Akers)
[Category: Commentary]
"I was almost in tears," passenger Rhonda Gaynier told the Associated Press. "I've never been so humiliated in my life. It's one of the worst experiences I've ever had to endure."

She could have been speaking of the "enhanced pat-downs" -- sic for "sexual assault" -- the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recently introduced at airports. But AP quoted her in 2004, when the TSA last tried mass molestation.
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Big Sis's Big Lies posted 12/01/2010, 8:49 PM (Becky Akers)
[Category: Big Brother/Orwellian]
Last week, Big Sis dropped her infamous bomb about extending the TSA's sexual assaults from airports "to mass transit or to trains or maritime."

Such abominable ambition shouldn't surprise us. After all, there are only about 500 commercial airports with 2,000 concourses in the country; once Chertoff and Cronies have supplied these with porno-scanners, they'll be lusting for mor
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The TSA Looks for Stress: Abolish TSA posted 12/01/2010, 8:48 PM (Michael S. Rozeff)
[Category: Commentary]
When I happened to mention the TSA bus searches in Orlando, some nice folks attempted to correct me. The searches were in Tampa, I was told. Well, folks, they were in both cities. The TSA has also conducted search operations in or near Atlanta, Indianapolis, Boston, and the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. This is not an exhaustive list. Between January of 2006 and mid-2007, the VIPERS had 84 operations. They intentionally act with stealth and unannounced. They pounce on a place and the people in i... (more)

The 12 Stupidest Ideas That Anyone Has Ever Come Up With To Fight Global Warming posted 12/01/2010, 8:47 PM (End of the American Dream)
[Category: Science/Technology]
Today, some of the "top scientists in the world" are coming up with some really, really dumb ideas for fighting climate change.  First of all, the theory of man-made global warming is currently falling apart like a 20 dollar suit because it never was backed up by solid scientific evidence, but even if it was true what some of these scientists are proposing to do to stop it is absolutely crazy.  Some of the ideas being proposed are fairly harmless such as putting giant mirrors in space or filling... (more)

UN Climate Change Conference: Bureaucrats Gone Wild in Cancun posted 12/01/2010, 8:46 PM (YouTube)
[Category: Politics/Corruption]

The United Nations Climate Change Conference is meeting in Cancun
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House May Block Food Safety Bill Over Senate Error posted 12/01/2010, 8:44 PM (Roll Call)
[Category: Politics/Corruption]
A food safety bill that has burned up precious days of the Senate’s lame-duck session appears headed back to the chamber because Democrats violated a constitutional provision requiring that tax provisions originate in the House.
They'll probably still pass it anyways.

Lew Rockwell Interview: Opt Out of the State posted 12/01/2010, 8:38 PM (Lew Rockwell)
[Category: Resistance]
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Lew Rockwell shares the latest production by WSPD interview host, Brian Wilson.

Lew Rockwell believes that only by opting out of the state can we save our hides and our wallets. TSA violations of inalienable rights have nothing to do with real security, are bad for your health and could destroy perfectly fine private airlines -- the s
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US Ready to Back Bigger EU Stability Fund: Official posted 12/01/2010, 8:37 PM (CNBC)
[Category: Politics/Corruption]
The United States would be ready to support the extension of the European Financial Stability Facility via an extra commitment of money from the International Monetary Fund, a U.S. official told Reuters on Wednesday.

Fed ID's companies that used crisis aid programs posted 12/01/2010, 8:37 PM (Associated Press)
[Category: Economy]
WASHINGTON – The Federal Reserve revealed details Wednesday of trillions of dollars in emergency aid it provided to U.S. and foreign banks during the financial crisis.

New documents show that the most loan and other aid for U.S. institutions over time went to Citigroup ($2.2 trillion), followed by Merrill Lynch ($2.1 trillion), Morgan Stanley ($2 trillion), Bear Stearns ($960 billion), Bank of America ($887 billion), Goldman Sachs ($615 billion), JPMorgan Chase ($178 billion) and
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Xbox modder could spend three years in prison posted 12/01/2010, 8:36 PM (MSNBC)
[Category: Big Brother/Orwellian]
Things aren't looking good for a university student accused of modifying video game consoles.

Opening statements were scheduled to begin Wednesday in the federal criminal trial of 28-year-old Matthew Crippen, a student at California State University Fullerton.

Homeland Security authorities arrested Crippen last year on accusations that he violated the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). He is accused of modifying Xbox 360 game consoles for money so the machines
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Assange: I'm Influenced by "American libertarianism, market libertarianism" posted 12/01/2010, 8:36 PM (Reason Magazine)
[Category: General]
"It's not correct to put me in any one philosophical or economic camp, because I've learned from many. But one is American libertarianism, market libertarianism."
Unfortunately, he believes the myth free markets lead to monopolies, you can't have a monopoly without the government preventing competition through force.

Tax Cuts for the Rich? Abolish the Income Tax Instead posted 12/01/2010, 8:33 PM (Jacob G. Hornberger)
[Category: Commentary]
The left and right are debating whether tax cuts for the rich should be extended. The debate only goes to show how there’s really not any difference, philosophically speaking, between liberals and conservatives. They both believe in the income tax and the welfare-warfare-state programs that the income tax funds, and their battle is simply over who is going to pay for the ever-growing expenses of the welfare-warfare state.

As most everyone knows, the federal government is spendin
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Why the Tester Amendment Does NOT Help Small Food Producers Under S.510 posted 12/01/2010, 8:32 PM (Activist Post)
[Category: Politics/Corruption]
The Tester "Small Farm" Exemption to S.510 Exposed as a Scam

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