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Obama Unveils 2011 Budget With $3.83T in Spending


Written By Martin Crutsinger
February 1st, 2010

President Barack Obama has sent Congress a multi-trillion-dollar spending plan seeking to attack double-digit unemployment and boosting this year's federal deficit to a record-breaking $1.56 trillion.

 

China, Iran Spur U.S. to Develop Air-Sea Battle Plan


Written By Viola Gienger and Tony Capaccio
February 1st, 2010

The U.S. military is drawing up a new air-sea battle plan in response to threats such as China’s persistent military build-up and Iran’s possession of advanced weapons, according to the Pentagon’s latest strategy review.

 

Iraq to Sue US, Britain Over Depleted Uranium Bombs


February 1st, 2010

Iraq's Ministry for Human Rights will file a lawsuit against Britain and the US over their use of depleted uranium bombs in Iraq, an Iraqi minister says. Iraq's Minister of Human Rights, Wijdan Mikhail Salim, told Assabah newspaper that the lawsuit will be launched based on reports from the Iraqi ministries of science and the environment.

 

Family Link is Found Between Obama and Scott Brown


Written By Mark Silva
February 1st, 2010

Reporting from Washington - President Obama has found another long-lost cousin: Scott Brown, the Republican state senator from Massachusetts who won the Senate seat long held by the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy. The president and the senator-elect are 10th cousins, according to the New England Historic Genealogical Society.

 

Ron Paul Bill Seeks Coin and Bullion Tax Ban



February 1st, 2010

Coin Legislation on Capital BuildingCongressman Ron Paul [R-TX] on Wednesday introduced legislation that would, if signed into law, end taxes on coins and bullion and repeal legal tender laws. The bill’s lofty goal is to reintroduce a system of competing currencies.

 

Hundreds of Quakes Are Rattling Yellowstone



February 1st, 2010

In the last two weeks, more than 100 mostly tiny earthquakes a day, on average, have rattled a remote area of Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, putting scientists who monitor the park’s strange and volatile geology on alert. Researchers say that for now, the earthquake cluster, or swarm — the second-largest ever recorded in the park — is more a cause for curiosity than alarm. The quake zone, about 10 miles northwest of the Old Faithful geyser, has shown little indication, they said, of building toward a larger event, like a volcanic eruption of the type that last ravaged the Yellowstone region tens of thousands of years ago.

 

Senate Burglary: CIA Domestic Black-op Team Arrested


Written By Gordon Duff
February 1st, 2010

Last week’s breakin at Senator Mary Landrieu’s office in the New Orleans Federal Building was more than it seemed, much more. All of the 4 arrested had been trained by the CIA and, possibly, Israel. One arrested, Stan Dai, is listed as an Operations Officer of the Department of Defense Irregular Warfare Program and a known expert and lecturer on, not only surveillance but explosives training, assassinations and “false flag operations.” If you wanted a plane to crash, an enemy to get sick and die or a building to blow up, Dai would be the man to know how to make it happen. Problem is, his skills were being used as part of a criminal conspiracy inside the United States against members of our own government.

 

The Sharp Dressed Man Who Aided Mutallab Onto Flight 253 Was a U.S. Government Agent


Written By Kurt Haskell
January 31st, 2010

Since our flight landed on Christmas Day, Lori and I have been doing everything in our power to uncover the truth about why we were almost blown up in the air over Detroit. The truth is now finally out after the publication of the following Detroit News article:

 

Dollar Stores: The Last, and Not So Healthy Eating Choice, Before the Food Lines


Written By Habiba Alcindor
January 31st, 2010

Dollar stores may be places to nab a bargain but for many they are the only place to buy food -- the rock-bottom of the food chain, the last stop before the food pantry.

 

FDIC Closes Six More Banks Bringing 2010 Closures to a Total of Fifteen



January 31st, 2010

Last Friday proved to be another busy day for FDIC regulators as they made the closing rounds for six more banks. The trend of increasing bank failures week after week continued as banks in Georgia, Florida, Minnesota, California, and Washington succumbed to the onslaught brought about by the current economic crisis.

 
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