Daily Archives: January 24, 2012

Latest News Update

Santorum: Rape Victims Must “Make The Best Out Of A Bad Situation” In the never-ending male Republican march to dictate to women how to manage their bodies and their lives, GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum Friday told CNN’s Piers Morgan … Continue reading

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The Next War – Mexico ?

The Next War – Mexico ? . . . . already the Pentagon is quietly planning for it. Our next war is Mexico.

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Europe and The UK

Neverendum: London pours scorn on Scots go-it-alone vote The battle over Scotland’s sovereignty is heating up in the UK, with the Scots being told they may hold an independence referendum only if London gives its blessing. It comes as a … Continue reading

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Pop Didn’t Eat Itself: Why Piracy Didn’t Destroy the Music Industry

Pop Didn’t Eat Itself: Why Piracy Didn’t Destroy the Music Industry And that’s the root of the problem: the music industry is broken. It clings to a broken model because that’s all it has, and it’s terrified of change. There … Continue reading

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Middle East and Surrounds

REMEMBERING A MARTYRED CHILD In the life of a child it is a normal practice to celebrate their date of birth every year… In the life of a Palesinian child this is not always the case, instead of a celebration … Continue reading

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Politics

Voters wanted: Alive, not dead Discovering that more than 900 people listed as deceased voted recently in South Carolina is alarming at any time. But it is particularly problematic when people already are focused on possible voter fraud as it … Continue reading

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Asia

Fukushima Cover Up Unravels: “The Government Can No Longer Pull the Wool Over the Public’s Eyes” The repeated failures have done more than raise concerns that some Japanese may have been exposed to unsafe levels of radiation in their food, … Continue reading

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Israel

Tel Aviv refugee froze to death. ‘Go back to Africa, it’s warmer.’ An asylum seeker froze to death in a Tel Aviv park tonight. Blogger Inter Spem et Metum collated some of the comments left on the YNET report describing … Continue reading

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The Economy

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon to be paid $23m   Sheikhs Fall in Love with the Renminbi. China eyes Investment Opportunities in the “Arabian Gulf” China and Qatar have been taking virtually opposite positions apropos events in Libya and Syria. Yet, … Continue reading

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Libya

Kadhafi diehards seize former regime bastion Diehard supporters of slain Libyan dictator Moamer Kadhafi seized control Monday of Bani Walid in a brazen attack on his one-time bastion that killed five people, officials told AFP. The assault on a base … Continue reading

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Terrorism

White House sides with TSA in Rand Paul standoff The White House is standing by the Transportation Security Administration in its standoff with Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and his father, Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) The elder Paul … Continue reading

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Iran

Courtesy www.whatreallyhappened.com Bush’s CIA director: We determined attacking Iran was a bad idea   Exclusive New U.S. Commando Team Operating Near Iran Tensions between the U.S. and Iran are at a high point, as the Islamic Republic threatens to close … Continue reading

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Australian News Headlines

More pain ahead in jobs crisis Stephen Drill TAXPAYER handouts of $100m have failed to save 350 Toyota jobs, as thousands more workers in manufacturing face the sack. UN urges US to close Guantanamo Act now to avoid 1930s moment … Continue reading

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