city plans GPS tracking system for children in wake of teen
northern city of Murakami has asked two security companies
to provide the service for the families of 2,700 elementary
and junior high school students, said Kenkichi Kimura, an
official on the city's Board of Education.
data to appear on EU passports
EU is edging closer to introducing biometric information
digital photos and fingerprints - on visas and residence permits
for third-country nationals, paving the way for this measure
to be introduced on EU citizens' passports.
District court rules Federal DNA law unconstitutional
In a move that could impact hundreds of criminal cases, a
three-year-old law that requires federal prisoners and parolees
to provide DNA samples for an FBI database was declared unconstitutional
Thursday by a federal appeals court.
screening, privacy concerns collide
government may launch a trial run this month of a new computerized
system that uses financial records of air travelers to identify
passengers who might pose security risks.
Rates Driven By GPS
Georgia Institute of Technology is sponsoring a study using
global positioning systems to track the movements of cars
and monitor the motoring habits of their drivers.
vicious than Tricky Dick
thought I had seen political dirty tricks as foul as
they could get, but I was wrong. In blowing the cover
of CIA agent Valerie Plame to take political revenge
on her husband, Ambassador Joseph Wilson, for telling
the truth, Bush's people have out-Nixoned Nixon's people.
Books Reveal Jackie's Enormous Grief, Intimate Family Portraits
votes on bill to ban 'partial birth' abortion
birth is not a medically accepted term, but as defined
by the bill it is a procedure in which the fetus is
killed after the entire fetal head is outside the body
of the mother or, in the case of breech presentation,
"any part of the fetal trunk past the navel is
outside the body of the mother." Doctors who perform
the procedure would be subject to up to two years in
in drug probe, papers say
day after conservative pundit Rush Limbaugh resigned as an
ESPN football analyst over controversial on-air comments,
a weekly tabloid on Thursday reported that the national radio
talk host was under investigation for allegedly buying addictive
pain pills by the thousands on the black market.
Knives: More people were killed with knives than guns in 2002,
says Statistics Canada
people were killed with knives than guns last year, Statistics
are Banned in the UK, Except in This Nationally Televised
Sensationalist, Sicko, Dehumanist Russian Roulette Display,
Which Should Serve Its Purpose of Increasing Unhealthy Interest
, Intensifying Bad Perceptions of Firearms and Creating Copycats
star - who will be seen pointing a gun at his head on Channel
4 on Sunday - said his mother had pleaded with him to call
off the stunt.
files to be destroyed
special room under strict lock-and-key, filled with evidence
from two settled Columbine cases, is being shut down and a
federal magistrate has ordered some of the materials - including
depositions of the killers' parents - destroyed.
JTO Propaganda: Linking Terrorism to Gun Ownership
grabbers using terror tactics to link gun ownership to terrorism
Gun owners begin laying down weapons
Australian gun owners yesterday started giving up their weapons
as part of the latest gun buyback. Up to 10,000 handguns
mostly used for sport shooting are expected to be collected
in SA by March 31 as part of a national scheme.
-- The full story on Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Self-proclaimed
Since we first
researched Arnold and wrote the article below, even
more amazing revelations have surfaced and then been
confirmed concerning his frightening character. Here
are just a few of the developments...
Admired Hitler, Book Proposal Says
film producer who chronicled Arnold Schwarzenegger's rise
to fame as a champion bodybuilder in the 1970's circulated
a book proposal six years ago that quoted the young Mr. Schwarzenegger
expressing admiration for Adolf Hitler.
I Cannot Remember Expressing Admiration for Hitler
Arnold Schwarzenegger was ready to put his California gubernatorial
campaign into high gear with five days left before the election,
but after facing allegations of sexual harassment he is now
trying to explain claims that he praised Adolf Hitler.
lauded Hitler in '75 remark, reports say
Republican Arnold Schwarzenegger tried to quickly quash new
allegations that he had sexually harassed six women over the
past 30 years, the Hollywood actor also had to confront new
reports Thursday that he once expressed admiration for Adolf
front-runner Arnold Schwarzenegger admitted Thursday, five
days before the California recall election, that he had "behaved
badly" toward women in the past and said he is "deeply
sorry" for his actions.
Times Endorses Man Who Admires Hitler, Has Dictator Dreams
support for the man who is diametrically opposed, in his actions
and his policies, to every traditional American value in history
'groped' TV girl
a devasting interview that could sink the Hollywood
actor's bid to become the next governor of California,
LWT presenter Anna Richardson claims he ran his hand
over her breast in a suite at the Dorchester Hotel
say Arnold groped, humiliated them
women who came into contact with Arnold Schwarzenegger on
movie sets, in studio offices and in other settings over the
last three decades say he touched them in a sexual manner
without their consent.
Hollywood: Sex, Lies and a Complicit Media
is surprising right now is the continuing way that the media
coverage remains muffled about each new explosive Arnold revelation.
Not just the political bomb that he boasted about a gangbang
and drug taking in a 1977 Oui magazine interview. Its
also the orgy he described in a 1981 Penthouse interview,
the groping and fondling ascribed to him by a 2001 Premiere
magazine interview, his Nazi fathers real wartime activities
unearthed by the Los Angeles Times last month, the broken
campaign promises he made in recent weeks, and then, last
weekends report of alleged racist statements.
New World Order elite has big plans for Arnold
Jones -- INFOWARS.COM EXCLUSIVE
Korea says it's making atom bombs
Korea said Thursday it is using plutonium extracted from spent
nuclear fuel rods to make atomic weapons, a move that could
escalate tensions on the Korean peninsula and raise the stakes
in Pyongyang's standoff with the United States.
oil and gas 'running out'
world's oil reserves are up to 80 percent less than predicted,
a team from Sweden's University of Uppsala says. Production
levels will peak in about 10 years' time, they say.
inches closer to manned space mission
is inching closer to become only the third nation in the world
-- after Russia (formerly USSR) and the United States of America
-- to launch a manned space mission.
Turner not optimistic about world's future
I had to predict, the way things are going, I'd say the chances
are about 50-50 that humanity will be extinct or nearly extinct
within 50 years," Turner said. "Weapons of mass
destruction, disease, I mean this global warming is scaring
the living daylights out of me."
Dog and Pony Show: Soros calls for 'regime change' in US
is only possible if you have a regime change in the United
States - in other words if President Bush is voted out of
No weapons yet, but evidence of intent
expected, the CIA's lead weapons inspector told congressional
intelligence committees Thursday that his team has not yet
found weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.
Falsehood on Iraq Goes Unchallenged
a weekend when the Bush administration's pre-war intelligence
on Iraq was a major topic on the Sunday talkshows, Secretary
of State Colin Powell re-circulated a false story about United
Nations weapons inspectors being kicked out of Iraq in 1998.
Some major media outlets let Powell's comments pass without
comment or correction.
in bottled mineral water blamed for 6,000 cases of food poisoning
mineral water may be responsible for thousands of cases of
food poisoning, a study suggests.
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