by the National Foundation of Investigations of Robbed and
Missing Children, Mexican distributor of VeriChip launches
a service to implant microchips in children as an anti-kidnapping
company envisions placing walk-through scanners -- similar
to metal-detector portals used in airports -- in malls, bus
stations and other areas where a missing child may appear.
The chip also could be used to identify children who are found
unconscious, drugged, dead or too young to identify themselves.
lifeguards tout beach cameras
profession that inspired the "Baywatch" television
series is flirting with a new image: Big Brother.
Moves into Public Library
A civil liberties watchdog group is expressing concern over
the San Francisco Public Library's plans to track books by
inserting computer chips into each tome.
Battle Predicted for Patriot II
Department of Justice needs expanded powers to fight terrorism
more effectively, say Bush administration officials, but many
in Congress are already rethinking the Patriot Act (search)
and are hesitant to widen government powers.
Alex Jones' Award Winning Analysis of the Secret Patriot Act
POLICE STATE TAKEOVER: The Secret Patriot Act II Destroys
What Is Left of American Liberty
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II as one of the most important censored stories of the year
Service Confiscates Journalist's Notes, Then Apologizes
student journalist at American University says she learned
an important lesson about being a reporter after having her
notes confiscated by a Secret Service officer patrolling near
the vice president's residence in Washington, D.C
plans biometric visa divide
asked to supply biometric data for travel documents by 2005
Spirits: Bush Proud of Self-Proclaimed Would-Be Dictator
Proud of You,' Bush Told Schwarzenegger
Flashback: If this were
a dictatorship, itd be a heck of a lot easier, just
so long as Im the dictator.
--George W. Bush, CNN December 18, 2000
Revealed: Rush: I Am Addicted to Prescription Pain Medication
story owes more to the Wizard of Oz than The
Scarlet Letter. The man behind the curtain is not the
God of Family Values but a childless, twice-divorced, thrice-married
schlub whose idea of a good time is to lie on his couch and
watch football endlessly.
E-Vote Firm Patch Election?
Election Systems has had a tumultuous year, and it doesn't
look like it's getting any better.
Staten Island Residents Sticken with Dire Brain Swelling Disease
the Health Department hasn't yet identified what caused the
five people to fall ill between late September and early October
- or whether the cases are related - preliminary tests for
the West Nile virus, a potential cause of the disease, have
Senate Approves Redistricting Plan
six-month battle in the Texas Legislature ended Sunday when
the Senate passed a congressional redistricting plan in a
third special legislative session.
time: European buy-out groups overtake US rivals
buy-out groups have for the first time overtaken their US
counterparts in their ability to raise capital from investors.
agent tries to put Waco ghosts to rest
Antonio Express News
are scenes I relive every day, especially at that time of
year," said Aguilera, 47. "Although I've been able
to control it somewhat, it's something you never forget."
Rebels Claim Military Collusion With Terrorists
rebellion by young Philippines military officers has ended
peacefully, but the mutineers' accusations of government corruption
and collaboration with terrorists look likely to command considerable
attention in the days ahead.
optimistic of Bush's military aid pledge
Philippines is optimistic that US President George W. Bush
will make good a $100 million military assistance pledge he
made last year to President Gloria Arroyo, when the US leader
visits the country next week.
Davao bombing perpetrated by a special operations group of
the Armed Forces of the Philippines
March 4 and April 2 airport and seaport bombings that killed
38 persons and injured at least 200 were perpetrated by a
special operations group of the Armed Forces of the Philippines,
the Magdalo, a group of junior officers and enlisted personnel
who broke away from the chain of command Saturday
air-strike plan seen as bluff
that Israel is preparing for pre-emptive air strikes on Iran's
nuclear facilities and is now able to fire nuclear missiles
from submarines were seen as reflecting deep anxiety in Israel
for Tehran's nuclear program.
Mag: Saddam's Syrian Stash
to a U.S. estimate, as much as $3 billion in Iraqi assets
is sitting in Syrian government- controlled banks, a senior
U.S. official tells Time
on Syria Approved by Washington Warmongers
Prime Minister Ariel Sharons wildcat strike on a purported
terrorist training camp in Syria was planned with the support
of neo-conservative war hawks in Washington, who maintain
close ties to the Likud Party in Israel.
peace draft includes Palestinian rule on Temple Mount
the terms of the agreement, the Palestinians would be granted
sovereignty over the Temple Mount, and the area would be monitored
by international bodies.
tightens security at launch center as manned space flight
officials are stepping up security at a remote satellite launch
center that is preparing to send the country's first man into
space next week.
May Be Named for Schwarzenegger
Schwarzenegger, who scaled to the top of California politics,
could now get a mountain named after him in the former Soviet
republic of Georgia
US Soldiers Remains Found in NK
sets of remains believed to be those of American soldiers
killed during the 1950-53 Korean War have recently been unearthed
in North Korea, a U.S.-based radio station reported Saturday.
Berlusconi pushes for more power
Silvio Berlusconi's government pushed ahead Friday with plans
to reform Italy's constitution -- a series of changes that
would include increasing the powers of the premier and changing
the makeup of parliament.
Takes Over US City
have been streaming into infowars.com and the Alex Jones Show
about this massive NATO exercise, which was nothing more than
a giant war game on US soil. Reports include troops in Colorado
Springs, multiple checkpoints and bizarre electrical airwave
problems. Here's a collection of articles on the event.
probes soldier suicides in Iraq
by the number of suicides among soldiers in Iraq, the Army
has asked a team of doctors to determine whether the stress
of combat and long deployments is contributing to the deaths.
Vaccine Woes Mount
Drew was prepared to fight the enemy in Iraq, but never got
the chance. After his military vaccinations, his immune system
resistance targets CIA, killing six in suicide bomb
bombers driving two cars attacked a central Baghdad hotel
yesterday where senior US officials and CIA agents are thought
to have been staying. At least six people were killed and
Tactics Revealed: Same Positive Letter from Soldier Sent to
Multiple US Newspapers
from hometown soldiers describing their successes rebuilding
Iraq have been appearing in newspapers across the country
as U.S. public opinion on the mission sours. And all the letters
are the same.
Control Robotic Arm With Brain Implants
in North Carolina have built a brain implant that lets monkeys
control a robotic arm with their thoughts, marking the first
time that mental intentions have been harnessed to move a
robots in the trees
fixed sensors can gather an incredible variety of data, such
as video images and sounds, as well as water vapor, sunlight,
heat and chemistry readings
Thinks, Therefore He Sells
Keats, a 32-year-old conceptual artist and novelist, has announced
plans to auction off futures contracts on 6 billion neurons
in his brain, which he copyrighted this spring.
Self-Administered Vaccine on Wal-Mart Shelves and the Propaganda
Campaign to Promote It
the manufacturer of FluMist, recently announced that it signed
an agreement that makes FluMist, the new intranasal influenza
vaccine, readily available to people as they shop at Wal-Mart,
the world's biggest retailer."
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