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An Introduction to Austrian Economics: Understand Economics, Understand Everything
The Century of the Self: The Untold History of Controlling the Masses Through the Manipulation of Unconscious Desires
The Disappearing Male: From Virility to Sterility

The Obama Deception: The Mask Comes Off
Operation Gladio: The Hidden History of U.S. Sponsored False Flag Terrorism in EuropeThe New American Century: The Untold History of The Project for the New American Century
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Archived News Tuesday July 25th, 2006
If you cannot cry for others... who will cry for you? posted 07/25/2006, 10:24 PM (InformationLiberation)
[Category: Commentary]


“Don’t go to sleep Mama, look at me!,” Ali shouted, tears streaking his bloodied face. “Don’t die, please don’t die!”

To Flee or to Stay? Family Chooses Too Late and Pays Dearly posted 07/25/2006, 10:37 PM (New York Times)
[Category: Tyranny/Police State]
Two brothers from the Shaito family waited Sunday at a hospital in Tyre, Lebanon. Three of their relatives died while fleeing north when their van was struck by an Israeli missile.

SIDIQEEN, Lebanon, July 23 — Muntaha Shaito’s eyes rolled back as the paramedics screamed at her to stay awake and implored her son Ali to keep her engaged, as she teetered near death from shrapnel wounds inflicted by an Israeli rocket.

“Pray to God!,” one paramedic shouted at her
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Civilian toll mounts in Lebanon conflict posted 07/25/2006, 10:23 PM (Washington Post)
[Category: Geopolitics]
TYRE, Lebanon, July 23 - The day ended in Tyre as it began, with a desperate cry of grief.

"Where's my father? Where's my father?" asked Mahmoud Srour, an 8-year-old whose face was burned beyond recognition after an Israeli missile struck the family's car Sunday. His mother, Nouhad, lurched toward his hospital bed, her eyes welling with tears.

"Is he coming?" he asked her.

"Don't worry about your father," she said, her words broken by sobs.
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GRAPHIC REALITY: Lebanese Doctor Says 'Phosphorus Weapons' Cause Suffering posted 07/25/2006, 10:23 PM (Raw Story)
[Category: Geopolitics]


[A note to readers: This news report, originally aired on CNN International, contains graphic images.]

CNN video correspondent, Karl Penhaul, follows a family that had been mistakenly caught in an Israeli air strike. The doctor treat
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"Mahmoud Sarour, 14, was admitted to the hospital yesterday and treated for phosphorous burns to his face" posted 07/25/2006, 10:23 PM (Associated Press)
[Category: Tyranny/Police State]
Dirty bandages hid the worst of 8-year-old Zainab Jawad's swollen, bloodied nose Monday. Her arm was strapped to her chest and fractured in two places.

Stretched out on a bed a Najem Hospital, Zainab squeezed shut her brown eyes as memories of the attack flooded back, some of her words muffled as she fought sobs.

A day earlier, Israeli bombs destroyed her family's home in the southern village of Ayta Chaeb. Then rockets slammed into the car as they fled.

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Red Cross ambulances destroyed in Israeli air strike on rescue mission posted 07/25/2006, 10:24 PM (The Guardian)
[Category: Tyranny/Police State]
· Volunteer paramedics demand UN guarantees
· Flags and lights prove no protection for aid teams

The ambulance headlamps were on, the blue light overhead was flashing, and another light illuminated the Red Cross flag when the first Israeli missile hit, shearing off the right leg of the man on the stretcher inside. As he lay screaming beneath fire and smoke, patients and ambulance workers scrambled for safety, crawling over glass in the dark. Then another missile hit the sec
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Israeli Missiles Rip Into Medics' Esprit de Corps posted 07/25/2006, 10:23 PM (Los Angeles Times)
[Category: Geopolitics]
TYRE, Lebanon — In the burning haze of the missile strike, Qasim Chaalan thought he had died. But piece by piece, he noticed that he was still there, inside the ambulance. He could still feel his body. He opened his eyes, and discovered he could see.

He and the other medics were lucky: They had survived the blow of an Israeli missile. Dazed and slow, one of the men fumbled for the radio and began, "We have an accident…. " He didn't finish the sentence. A second missile smashed wit
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Israelis kill 5 in Gaza, including 12-year-old and his grandmother posted 07/25/2006, 10:23 PM (Daily Star)
[Category: Geopolitics]
Israeli shells killed five people and wounded several others in the Gaza Strip on Monday, including two members of the same family who were riding a donkey cart when they were hit, Palestinian witnesses said. The dead included a 60-year-old woman and her 12-year-old grandson, medics said. The three other Palestinians who were killed Monday were standing outside an apartment building in the northern Gaza neighborhood of Beit Lahiya.

Two were civilians and the third was an off-duty
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Lebanon president says Israel uses phosphorous arms posted 07/25/2006, 10:23 PM (Reuters)
[Category: Geopolitics]
PARIS, July 24 (Reuters) - Lebanon's president accused Israel on Monday of using phosphorous bombs in its 13-day offensive and urged the United Nations to demand an immediate ceasefire.

"According to the Geneva Convention, when they use phosphorous bombs and laser bombs, is that allowed against civilians and children?" President Emile Lahoud asked on France's RFI radio.

An Israeli military spokeswoman said arms used in Lebanon did not contravene international norms.
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Bombings Hit Children Hardest posted 07/25/2006, 10:23 PM (Inter Press Service)
[Category: Geopolitics]
BEIRUT - About 55 percent of all casualties at the Beirut Government University Hospital are children of 15 years of age or less, hospital records show.

"This is worse than during the Lebanese civil war," Bilal Masri, assistant director of the hospital, one of Beirut's largest, told IPS Monday.

Not only are most of the patients children, but many of the injured have been brought in serious condition, he said. "Now we have a 30 percent fatality rate here in Beirut. T
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Burning Babies Are Child's Play To Israel's Ethnic Cleansers posted 07/25/2006, 10:23 PM (Prison Planet)
[Category: Commentary]
Racial purists don't accept civilian slaughter as a necessity of war, they fiendishly embrace it as they pursue an "ethno-bomb"

The megalomaniacs that control Israel wish to live in a world largely devoid of Muslims or Persians and they have embarked on a hundred year plus mission of ethnic cleansing to wipe them from the globe. The blitzkrieg of Lebanon is part of this process.

Race-specific bio-weapons have already been developed for this purpose.

F
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Ze'ev Maoz: Morality is not on our side posted 07/25/2006, 10:23 PM (Haaretz)
[Category: Commentary]
There's practically a holy consensus right now that the war in the North is a just war and that morality is on our side. The bitter truth must be said: this holy consensus is based on short-range selective memory, an introverted worldview, and double standards.

This war is not a just war. Israel is using excessive force without distinguishing between civilian population and enemy, whose sole purpose is extortion. That is not to say that morality and justice are on Hezbollah's side
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One in five Lebanese is now a refugee posted 07/25/2006, 10:23 PM (Financial Times)
[Category: Geopolitics]
The old Lebanese port city of Sidon is bursting at the seams with refugees from the Israeli onslaught against Hizbollah in the south.

Schools, public buildings and private apartments are filled to capacity. Next will be the mosques, a miracle of sectarian goodwill as the local Sunni mufti has agreed to open the places of prayer to the overwhelmingly Shia refugees.

Mayor Abdul Rahman Bizri has set up a command centre at city hall to deal with the human tide that thre
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More to Lebanon war than meets the eye posted 07/25/2006, 10:23 PM (Online Journal)
[Category: Commentary]
At first glance, history seems to repeat itself in Lebanon, where a lengthy cold war is intermittently interrupted by an extreme show of violence as traditional players quickly sprint into action, stacking their support behind one party or the other.

News headlines remind us of past conflicts such as that of 1978, when Israel illegally occupied parts of Lebanon, and 1982, when Israel unleashed a full scale invasion and most deadly campaign against its small neighbor to the north,
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Dan Halutz: Target Civilians in Retribution posted 07/25/2006, 10:22 PM (Kurt Nimmo)
[Category: Commentary]
IOF chief of staff Dan Halutz “has given the order to the air force to destroy 10 multi-storey buildings in the Dahaya district (of Beirut) in response to every rocket fired on Haifa,” reports Khaleej Times, citing IOF radio.

One can’t help but think of the Nazis when hearing this news. Not unlike the Ordungspolizei and Wehrmacht in Eastern Europe, the Israeli military has signaled its desire to take collective punishment to a new and horrific level, but then, since few complain
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Seven Palestinians, including two children, killed in the Gaza Strip on Monday posted 07/25/2006, 10:22 PM (IMEMC.org)
[Category: Geopolitics]
Monday evening, a 5-year old child was killed and three members of her family were injured in Beit Lahia in the northern part of the Gaza Strip. In a separate incident, a child and his grandmother were killed; three residents were injured in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.

Palestinian sources in the Gaza Strip reported that Israeli tanks stationed on the northern borders of Beit Lahia fired at least two shells at residential towers in Al Nada neighborhood, in the northern par
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Shocked at Israeli atrocities? Don't be. posted 07/25/2006, 10:22 PM (The Truth will set you Free)
[Category: Commentary]

Chicago becomes 'behavior cops' posted 07/25/2006, 10:22 PM (Associated Press)
[Category: Tyranny/Police State]
CHICAGO -- If you're a cell phone using, goose liver eating, cigarette smoking, fast food loving person, Chicago might not be your kind of town.

In this city that once winked at Prohibition, members of the City Council are cracking down on behaviors they deem unhealthy, dangerous or just plain annoying. They've taken aim at everything from noisy street musicians to captive elephants to fatty foods like fried chicken and french fries.

A proposal that would restrict f
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Senator ditches bill tied to 'superstate' posted 07/25/2006, 10:22 PM (World Net Daily)
[Category: Geopolitics]
Responding to information from WorldNetDaily, Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, has taken steps to ensure the Senate will not act on a bill that would further a plan to create a European Union-style alliance in North America.

Cornyn made the decision after WND pointed out Friday the legislation – the North American Investment Fund Act – would constitute an attempt to pass a key piece of American University Professor Robert Pastor's plan to create a "North American Union."

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50 percent of U.S. thinks Iraq had WMDs posted 07/25/2006, 10:22 PM (The Washington Times)
[Category: General]
Half of Americans now say Iraq had weapons of mass destruction when the United States invaded the country in 2003 -- up from 36 percent last year, a Harris poll finds. Pollsters deemed the increase both "substantial" and "surprising" in light of persistent press reports to the contrary in recent years.

The survey did not speculate on what caused the shift in opinion, which supports President Bush's original rationale for going to war. Respondents were questioned in early July
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I wonder if the "office of strategic influence" faked, er... "influenced" this poll.

My Letter to Lebanon’s Prime Minister Fouad Siniora posted 07/25/2006, 10:21 PM (Mike Whitney)
[Category: Commentary]
Dear Prime Minister Fouad Siniora,

Perhaps you will be kind enough to answer a few questions regarding the recent visit of United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, so that people around the world who have looked on with sympathy as your country has been ravaged by Israeli aggression can understand your feelings on these important matters.

First of all, why did you allow the Secretary of State to visit Beirut? The Bush administration had already made its po
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GRAPHIC REALITY: Lebanon's 9/11 or Why Do They Hate Us? Picture Album posted 07/25/2006, 10:19 PM (Information Clearing House)
[Category: General]

Families hit by pepper spray file complaint posted 07/25/2006, 10:18 PM (La Crosse Tribune)
[Category: Tyranny/Police State]
HIXTON, Wis. — Three Hixton families have filed a complaint with the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department against a deputy, claiming that he pepper sprayed four kids and two adults riding on a float during an Independence Day parade.

About 20 people, most of them 6 through 8-year-old children, were riding on a rookie-ball float about 10:30 a.m. and spraying parade-goers with squirt guns, said Leeann Wathen, 39, who is one of the family members who filed the complaint.

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What Does the NSA Know About You? posted 07/25/2006, 10:18 PM (Sci-tech Today)
[Category: Big Brother/Orwellian]
Americans are discovering that, in addition to nearly 3,000 fellow citizens who died, another casualty of September 11, 2001, might be privacy in the digital age.

While there have been many recent reports in the news media pointing to an erosion of privacy, the major stories have concerned the mysterious National Security Agency (NSA). Like an onion being peeled layer-by-layer, the NSA has been the subject of one revelation after another concerning a domestic-spying program that
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From Harvey Road to Crescent Drive, Something Changed posted 07/25/2006, 10:12 PM (New York Times)
[Category: General]
SO now we know.

Thanks to some fine reporting at The Wall Street Journal, we now know that right after 9/11, as the crushed bodies of heroic firemen were still being pulled from the rubble of the World Trade Center, and the nation was in deep, bone-chilling mourning, the smart people who run some of America’s biggest and most powerful corporations may have already figured out An Angle.

Certain officers and directors at companies including UnitedHealth, Merrill Lynch
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Depleted Uranium Situation Worsens Requiring Immediate Action By President Bush, Prime Minister Blair, and Prime Minister Olmert posted 07/25/2006, 10:12 PM (Dr. Doug Rokke)
[Category: Commentary]
The delivery of at least 100 GBU 28 bunker busters bombs containing depleted uranium warheads by the United States to Israel for use against targets in Lebanon will result in additional radioactive and chemical toxic contamination with consequent adverse health and environmental effects throughout the middle east.

Today, U.S., British, and now Israeli military personnel are using illegal uranium munitions- America's and England's own "dirty bombs" while U.S. Army, U.S. Department
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Images of millions of Canadians to be screened against terrorist databases posted 07/25/2006, 10:12 PM (Canadian Press)
[Category: Tyranny/Police State]
A high-tech system to prevent terrorists and other criminals from obtaining passports will eventually contain the photos of some 21 million Canadians, new documents show.

Canada's passport office has officially begun looking for a vendor to supply a computerized tool to screen applicant photos against images of suspects on security watch lists.

Passport Canada's facial-recognition project, in the works for three years, represents one of the first large-scale feder
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When leaders serve foreign interests, everyone loses posted 07/25/2006, 10:11 PM (Online Journal)
[Category: Commentary]
The gap between facts on the ground and Middle East coverage in many mainstream US media is harmful to US public interest.

The fruits of Israeli militarism in the past two weeks included over 500 Lebanese and Palestinian civilians killed (including entire families), 20 percent of Lebanese civilians displaced, over $4 billion of Lebanese civilian infrastructure destroyed, and whole neighborhoods flattened by US-supplied weapons. The Israeli army (already 4th or 5th strongest in the
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Passports to get `biometric' scan posted 07/25/2006, 10:05 PM (Toronto Star)
[Category: Big Brother/Orwellian]
OTTAWA—A high-tech system to prevent terrorists and other criminals from obtaining passports will eventually contain the photos of some 21 million Canadians, new documents show.

Canada's passport office has officially begun looking for a vendor to supply a computerized tool to screen applicant photos against images of suspects on security watch lists.

Passport Canada's facial-recognition project, in the works for three years, represents one of the first large-scale
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BP Profit Rises to a Record on Oil Prices, Refining posted 07/25/2006, 10:04 PM (Bloomberg)
[Category: Economy]
July 25 (Bloomberg) -- BP Plc, Europe's biggest oil company, reported a 30 percent jump in second-quarter profit to a record as crude prices surged and refining earnings increased.

Net income rose to $7.27 billion, or 35.6 cents a share, from $5.6 billion, or 25.9 cents, a year earlier, the London-based company said today in a statement. Revenue climbed 24 percent to $72.4 billion.

Chief Executive Officer John Browne today said he will boost 2006 capital spending b
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Two convicted in Baptist Foundation collapse: Largest nonprofit bankruptcy in U.S. history cost investors $550 million posted 07/25/2006, 10:04 PM (Reuters)
[Category: General]
PHOENIX - Two top executives with the now-defunct Baptist Foundation of Arizona, which collapsed in 1999 in the largest nonprofit bankruptcy in U.S. history, were found guilty Monday of charges that could send them to prison for decades.

William Crotts, former president of Baptist Foundation, and Thomas Grabinski, its former legal counsel, were convicted after a 10-month trial in Maricopa County Superior Court. Prosecutors say the bankruptcy cost 11,000 mostly elderly investors mo
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Threat of curfews and tagging for absent fathers posted 07/25/2006, 10:04 PM (The Telegraph)
[Category: Big Brother/Orwellian]
Young men who father children outside marriage may be compelled to put their names on the birth certificate under Government plans unveiled yesterday to reform the chaotic system for child support.

Those who refuse to pay, or build up huge arrears, could be "named and shamed", as well as having their passports taken away, fitted with a electronic "tag" and subjected to a night-time and weekend curfew.

John Hutton, the Work and Pensions Secretary, told MPs he wanted
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Journalism Group Slams Bombing of Lebanese and Hezbollah Media Outlets posted 07/25/2006, 10:03 PM (Editor and Publisher)
[Category: Geopolitics]
CHICAGO Israeli bombing raids on television transmission stations this weekend "represent an appalling threat to press freedom," the general secretary of the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) said Sunday.

Aidan White said Israel had "once again put media in the front line of the conflict" with the Saturday air raids that hit relay stations used not only by a television channel run by Hezbollah, Al-Manar, but also by the nation's biggest private network, the Lebanese Br
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Human trafficking's profits spur horrors posted 07/25/2006, 10:03 PM (The Arizona Republic)
[Category: General]
In the world of human smuggling, metro Phoenix has emerged as an enormous staging area where illegal immigrants are held hostage in apartments, motel rooms or rental homes until relatives pay their fees.

State investigators say it is a $2 billion-a-year, black-market business that drives illegal immigration, spreading corruption and violence through the Valley.

On any given day in the Valley, agents say, thousands of undocumented immigrants are stuffed into drophous
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If You Have Done Nothing Wrong, Have You Anything to Fear? posted 07/25/2006, 10:00 PM (Dmitry Chernikov)
[Category: Commentary]
Saints are the freest of all human beings. Now three things are necessary in order for a goal to be accomplished: (1) a person ought to want to accomplish it; (2) he must know how to do so; and (3) he must be strong enough to overcome the obstacles standing on the way to his goal. Saints have an unyielding desire for their own happiness, they are wise enough to know the myriad of laws by following which happiness is achieved, and they are powerful beings who will move mountains, as it were, to g... (more)

Outcry as border guards seize British 'dirty bomb' lorry heading for Iran posted 07/25/2006, 9:59 PM (Daily Mail)
[Category: General]
Border guards seized a British lorry on its way to make a delivery to the Iranian military - after discovering it was packed with radioactive material that could be used to build a dirty bomb.

The lorry set off from Kent on its way to Tehran but was stopped by officials at a checkpoint on Bulgaria's northernborder with Romania after a scanner indicated radiation levels 200 times above normal.

The lorry was impounded and the Bulgarian Nuclear Regulatory Agency
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Bush’s “moral” calculus posted 07/25/2006, 9:58 PM (Online Journal)
[Category: Commentary]
Bush explained his veto of the stem cell bill: “In this new era, our challenge is to harness the power of science to ease human suffering without sanctioning the practices that violate the dignity of human life.”

What does this silly ass know of “the dignity of human life”?

The president’s “logic” simply ignores the blatantly obvious fact that many, if not most, of these embryos will be discarded and therefore destroyed. Therefore, why not use them to cure otherwise
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Executive Order 13397 - Church as Governmental Agency posted 07/25/2006, 9:58 PM (News With Views)
[Category: Commentary]
The separation of church and state - gone with the stroke of a pen. As of March 7, 2006, our nation’s leader signed another Executive Order, which tied the Department of Homeland Security to our leader’s “faith-based” churches. Okay, all you non-profit churches out there – you now serve the federal government’s primary spying agency. That is now your primary function. You are now and officially an organized den of thieves.

I would feel sorry for the pastors, ministers, priests, an
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Former Houston U.S. attorney dead at 47... posted 07/25/2006, 9:58 PM (Associated Press)
[Category: General]
HOUSTON - Former Houston U.S. Attorney Michael Shelby, who resigned as a prosecutor to go into private practice about a year ago, has died. He was 47.

Shelby died Tuesday of cancer, said Don DeGabrielle, his successor as Houston's chief federal prosecutor.

When asked about Shelby's death, Harris County Sheriff's Lt. John R. Martin said deputies were called to a house in the same block where Shelby lived where a person had shot himself. Martin declined to release the
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Cholesterol, Lipitor, and Big Government: The Terror Campaign Against Us All posted 07/25/2006, 9:58 PM (Karen De Coster)
[Category: Health]
It's certainly the case that the cholesterol-lowering drug Lipitor is shoved on patients unnecessarily because both doctors and Pfizer make lots of dough from the whole swindle. Of course, people – that is, the patients – are ultimately responsible for not questioning the pharmaceutical-medical establishment’s products or researching potential health issues on their own. However, the anti-cholesterol terror campaign, and the years of pseudo-science supporting it, were ultimately propped up and e... (more)

China to test its 'artificial sun' posted 07/25/2006, 9:57 PM (UPI)
[Category: Science/Technology]
The first plasma discharge from China's experimental advanced superconducting research center -- the so-called "artificial sun" -- is set to occur next month.

The discharge, expected about Aug. 15, will be conducted at Science Island in Hefei, in east China's Anhui Province, the Peoples Daily reported Monday.

Scientists told the newspaper a successful test will mean the world's first nuclear fusion device of its kind will be ready to go into actual operation, the
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KOI CONTROVERSY posted 07/25/2006, 9:57 PM (WGME 13)
[Category: Tyranny/Police State]
The owner of the China Rose restaurant in Freeport is facing an upstream battle after Game Wardens seized his pet fish.

Wardens seized ten Koi from Cuong Ly, valued at about $700.

Ly says he bought the fish 15 years ago and they've been in the restaurant's aquarium ever since.

The owner says he wasn't aware of a recent state law banning the possession of Koi and other types of carp.

Wardens say Koi, if released into the wild, are a thre
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North Carolina May Fingerprint and Photograph Drivers posted 07/25/2006, 9:56 PM (TheNewspaper)
[Category: Big Brother/Orwellian]
North Carolina state Representative Dale R. Folwell (R-Winston-Salem) has introduced legislation that would fingerprint and photograph every motorist pulled over for certain traffic offenses. The state House Judiciary Committee approved the bill last week.

Under the proposed law, any motorist who refuses to identify himself when pulled over by a police officer -- whether or not he is suspected of any crime -- would find himself subjected to fingerprinting. The legislation is being
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"Under the proposed law, any motorist who refuses to identify himself when pulled over by a police officer -- whether or not he is suspected of any crime -- would find himself subjected to fingerprinting."

Is Hewlett-Packard Challenging RFID Tags? posted 07/25/2006, 9:56 PM (IndustryWeek)
[Category: Big Brother/Orwellian]
Last week, Hewlett-Packard announced it has created a miniature wireless data chip, grain-sized (2mm to 4 mm square) with a built-in antenna, that could be attached to almost any object -- including cell phones, PDAs, cameras and printers -- and provide information currently found on electronic devices or the Internet.

Claiming that the new chip has "no equal in terms of its combination of size, memory capacity and data access speed," the chip called Memory Spot will be of partic
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VeriChip's human-implatable RFID chips clonable, sez hackers posted 07/25/2006, 9:56 PM (Engadget)
[Category: Big Brother/Orwellian]
In case anyone needed more proof that we're all living in a Philip K. Dick novel, a pair of hackers have recently demonstrated how human-implantable RFID chips from VeriChip can be easily cloned, effectively stealing the person's identity. Annalee Newitz and Jonathan Westhues showed off their handiwork at the HOPE Number Six conference in New York City this weekend, with Newitz herself playing the role of guinea pig, implanting a VeriChip RFID chip in her right arm. To clone the chip, Westhues f... (more)

AI set to exceed human brain power posted 07/25/2006, 9:53 PM (CNN)
[Category: Science/Technology]
(CNN) -- Mention Artificial Intelligence and most people are immediately transported into a distant future inspired by popular science fiction.

Humankind either co-exists in blissful peace with subservient robots and conscious computers or faces a battle for survival against ultra-smart psychotic machines set on its destruction.

Yet Artificial Intelligence (AI) has already been with us for half a century. The phrase was first coined by Professor John McCarthy for a
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