Monthly Archives: February 2011

What Happens When the Banks Close Their Doors?

What Happens When the Banks Close Their Doors?

The following articles dealing with banks are all less than three weeks old. While we are focusing on the emergence of

Neocon Hawks Take Flight Over Libya

Neocon Hawks Take Flight Over Libya

In a distinct echo of the tactics they pursued to encourage U.S. intervention in the Balkans and Iraq, a familiar clutch of neoconservatives appealed Friday for the United States and NATO to “immediately” prepare military action to help bring down the regime of Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi and end the violence that is believed to have killed well over a thousand people in the past week. …

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Video Outrage: Utah Police Kill Marijuana Smoker in Own Home

Video Outrage: Utah Police Kill Marijuana Smoker in Own Home

The police had a no-knock warrant (though they forgot to bring it) to search for drugs. Busting down a citizen

Trend Alert: Anti-Gov’t Protests to Spread: What’s Next?

Trend Alert: Anti-Gov’t Protests to Spread: What’s Next?

It is a matter of record! The spate of seething, youth-inspired Middle East uprisings that are toppling governments, reshaping the geopolitical landscape and roiling world markets blindsided the world

Homeland Security Planning DNA TESTING

Homeland Security Planning DNA TESTING

Homeland Security Planning DNA TESTING

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The North American Union

The North American Union

One World Order

One World Order

The new General Assembly has an easy task before them: repeal Resolution 24, H.R. 338 passed in 1942. A quick look at the following section tells much of the story:

Man, the source of all political authority, is a manifold political being. He is a citizen of several communities; the city, the state, the nation and the world. To each of these communities he owes inalienable obligations and from each he receives enduring benefits.

The citizens of the state of North Carolina DO NOT have any inalienable obligations to the world community. …..

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Multiple Mitts: Romney on the Issues

Multiple Mitts: Romney on the Issues

Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney raised $4.7 million last year for his political action committee, Free and Strong America, and he shared some of that wealth through contributions to candidates for Congress committed to repeal of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010

Google publishes facial recognition patent, could use social network photos

Google publishes facial recognition patent, could use social network photos

If you are out in public, you are fair game, but how would you like it if a stranger took your picture and then ran a search to find out your name, online aliases and all the information about you via that image? We are very nearly there with automatic face-recognition technology and social media aggregation. Although several companies are exploring that realm, Google recently published a patent in Europe to use facial recognition and social networking combined to give visual search results. …

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Obama signs temporary extension of Patriot Act

Obama signs temporary extension of Patriot Act

President Barack Obama has signed a three-month extension of key surveillance provisions of the Patriot Act.

The law extends two areas of the 2001 act. …

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