US Murders Another 10 People In Yemen

By Joe Wolverton IIAugust 10, 2012 "Information Clearing House" -- On Tuesday, 10 people suspected of being al-Qaeda militants were killed by American drone strikes in Yemen according to official Yemeni media reports.Reports indicate that in separate attacks, missiles fired from Predator drones hit two cars carrying seven people in the town of Radda in... Continue Reading →

Britain to give over $7 million to Syria Insurgents; U.S. seeks ways to strengthen opposition

By Al Arabiya NewsAugust 10, 2012 " Al Arabiya News" -- Britain will give Syrian rebels a further £5 million ($7.82 million) to buy communications equipment and medical supplies to use in their fight against President Bashar al-Assad, the Foreign Office said Friday.Foreign Secretary William Hague was due to announce the aid alongside an increase... Continue Reading →

Steve Wozniak: Internet freedoms at risk

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Gerald Celente on Eurozone Reckoning Day and dropped charges for Goldman…

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Mystery of Egypt Sinai border attacks with George Galloway (I)

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Mystery of Egypt Sinai border attacks with George Galloway (II)

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US Gulf Course: Missile defense or world dominance?

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LIBOR Rate-Fixing Scandal Sets Off Investigations, Lawsuits Against Big …

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A new policy is needed for Quebec student strike

By the Socialist Equality Party (Canada) 10 August 2012In the face of a media vilification campaign, police violence and draconian anti-democratic legislation (Bill 78), students in Quebec have waged a determined and courageous six month-long struggle against the provincial Liberal government’s plan to dramatically increase university tuition fees.However, the students’ struggle has now reached a point... Continue Reading →

Wisconsin shooting reveals connections between US military and fascist groups

By Eric London 10 August 2012A critical element, which has been virtually ignored in all the media coverage of last Sunday’s massacre at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin is the close connections between the US Armed Forces and various fascistic and white supremacist organizations. Wade Michael Page, a neo-Nazi and former US Army service member,... Continue Reading →

US, European powers press for intervention as Syrian army retakes Aleppo

By Alex Lantier 10 August 2012Politicians and the media in the United States and Europe stepped up demands for direct military intervention in Syria yesterday, as the Syrian army fought to expel US-backed forces from the city of Aleppo.Syrian army forces reportedly captured much of the Salahuddin neighborhood in southwestern Aleppo, a Sunni-majority neighborhood that was... Continue Reading →

Fatal Distraction (Part I)

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Louisiana schools’ draconian rules

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Terrorist next door

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