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6/15/2007  Lobe of TB patient's lung to be removed: The operation will enhance the antibiotics he is being given, eliminate a place for harmful bacteria to grow, his surgeons say.
Denver surgeons said Thursday that they will remove a tennis-ball-sized section of lung from Atlanta lawyer Andrew Speaker, the air traveler who set off a worldwide scare when it was revealed that he carries an extremely drug-resistant form of tuberculosis. Removing the damaged lung tissue that contains most of the bacteria responsible for Speaker's TB will allow antibiotics to be more effective and eliminate a breeding ground for the bacteria, surgeons said. "Andrew Speaker is an excellent candidate for surgery," Dr. Charles L. Daley of the National Jewish Medical and Research Center said in a statement released by the hospital. "The infected area of his lung is relatively small and well-contained. He is also young and otherwise healthy." - After Speaker turned himself in to health authorities, he was transferred to National Jewish because of the hospital's expertise in dealing with the rare disease, known as extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis, or XDR TB.
(Los Angeles Times)
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6/14/2007  Air Canada fears no-fly list could cause 'unruly' situations
posted: 11/28/10                   0       2

6/14/2007  The border is an expensive barrier, new study concludes: The Canada-U.S. border is not our friend. That's the conclusion of a new Fraser Institute study written by author and Simon Fraser University political scientist Alexander Moens.
The Canada-U.S. border is not our friend. That's the conclusion of a new Fraser Institute study written by author and Simon Fraser University political scientist Alexander Moens. Canadian nationalists traditionally argue that the border is our last defence against cultural and economic absorption by the all-powerful, politically domineering U.S.A. But Moens presents a different, more pragmatic perspective, which has resonance in view of the panic associated with long waits for passports to enable Canadians to keep flying freely to their favourite destination.
posted: 11/7/10                   0       1

6/10/2007  Fears over child epilepsy drugs -- Urgent safety studies are needed for newer anti-epilepsy drugs that are being increasingly prescribed for children, say UK researchers.
The British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology report says prescriptions have risen five-fold in 13 years. Yet the drugs' long-term safety has not been established, say the researchers. Many medicines are not fully tested on children before licensing, meaning consultants have no official guidance on doses to refer to when prescribing.
posted: 9/19/11                   0       3
keywords: Big Pharma, British Journal Of Clinical Pharmacology, Centre For Paediatric Pharmacy Research, Colin Ferrie, Epilepsy, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Health Care, Ian Wong, Jeffrey Aronson, Lamotrigine, Leeds General Infirmary, Levetiracetam, Oxford University, Topiramate, Ucl Institute Of Child Health, United Kingdom, University Of London Add New Keyword To Link

6/10/2007  Shared riches bring wealth of baggage (San Francisco Chronicle)
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6/9/2007  Canada quietly paving way for national ID card: After abandoning plans for a national biometric ID card three years ago, the federal government has been quietly developing other documents that could pave the way for just such a card in the future, say researchers who are studying the issue.
And, they say, the work is proceeding without any meaningful public awareness or input. The researchers, from the University of Toronto and London School of Economics, presented their findings at a workshop on national ID card systems this week at Queen's University. While Canada has not officially embarked on a national ID card scheme, "there are clear signs that important changes are afoot in terms of new national identity documentation and management measures," they say.
posted: 11/8/10                   0       1

6/8/2007  Privacy czar warns no-fly list a 'serious incursion' into privacy rights
Canada's new no-fly list could become "quite a nightmare" for ordinary Canadians, warns Canada's privacy commissioner.
posted: 11/28/10                   0       2

6/7/2007  Quebec to collect nation's 1st carbon tax: Energy companies will pass cost to consumers, say analysts
Quebec will implement Canada's first carbon tax in October, collecting just under one cent a litre from petroleum companies in the province, which will raise about $200 million a year to pay for energy-saving initiatives such as improvements to public transit. The tax will amount to 0.8 cents on every litre of gas sold in Quebec, and 0.9 cents on each litre of diesel fuel. About 50 companies will be affected by the tax. Oil companies will be hardest hit. They will pay about $69 million a year for gasoline, $36 million for diesel fuel, and $43 million for heating oil.
posted: 11/28/10                   0       3
keywords: Alternative Energy, Big Oil, Canada, Carbon Dioxide, Carol Montreuil, Claude Bchard, Climate Change, Hydro-qubec, Jean-thomas Bernard, Laval University, Natural Gas, Quebec, Tracy Add New Keyword To Link

6/6/2007  Canada, U.S. need shared no-fly list: U.S. official: A shared no-fly list should be created for Canada and the U.S. to track passengers who pose a health risk to North America, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said yesterday
A shared no-fly list should be created for Canada and the U.S. to track passengers who pose a health risk to North America, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said yesterday. The need for a common list was highlighted by the case of an Atlanta man infected with drug-resistant tuberculosis, who avoided detection by U.S. authorities by flying home from Europe to Montreal, Mr. Chertoff said. "We only have the ability to put people on watch lists coming into our country," Mr. Chertoff told CNN. "It would have been good if we had a system that allowed us and the Canadians to have a common picture."
posted: 11/28/10                   0       2

6/5/2007  Broaden debate on North American integration: expert -- The leaders of Canada, the United States and Mexico should use their summit this summer to bring everyone from environmentalists to unions into the debate on the Security and Prosperity Partnership, says a prominent advocate of North American integration. (
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6/5/2007  Mass Grave From Nazi Era Found In Ukraine
Grave Near Former Concentration Camp Holds Remains Of Thousands Of Jews Killed By Nazis
posted: 5/6/09                   2       14

6/3/2007  Arkansas GOP head: We need more 'attacks on American soil' so people appreciate Bush
In his first interview as the chairman of the Arkansas Republican Party, Dennis Milligan told a reporter that America needs to be attacked by terrorists so that people will appreciate the work that President Bush has done to protect the country. "At the end of the day, I believe fully the president is doing the right thing, and I think all we need is some attacks on American soil like we had on [Sept. 11, 2001]," Milligan said to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, "and the naysayers will come around very quickly to appreciate not only the commitment for President Bush, but the sacrifice that has been made by men and women to protect this country."
(The Raw Story)
posted: 9/24/10                   0       2
keywords: 9/11, Arkansas, Arkansas Democrat-gazette, Dennis Milligan, George W Bush, United States Add New Keyword To Link

6/3/2007  DEA Report: Minutemen reduced drug trafficking in Tucson, AZ (KVOA NBC 4)
posted: 5/6/09                   2       13

6/2/2007  CDC to probe in-law's role in TB case
The father-in-law of a U.S. man quarantined for a drug-resistant form of tuberculosis will be investigated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, where he works as a microbiologist studying the disease, the agency said Saturday. The patient, Andrew Speaker, is the first person placed under U.S. federal quarantine since 1963. He has asked for forgiveness for sneaking on board two transatlantic flights to Europe and Montreal, even though he was aware he carried highly drug-resistant TB and had been warned by U.S. health officials not to travel. Speaker, a newlywed, was also told to stay put in Rome by U.S. doctors who contacted him and said further tests showed he actually had a more dangerous type of TB than had been previously thought. But he later took flights to Prague and then attempted to slip back into the U.S.via a flight to Montreal.
posted: 11/28/10                   0       2

6/1/2007  Hans Rosling shows the best stats you've ever seen
About 10 years ago, I took on the task to teach global development to Swedish undergraduate students. That was after having spent about 20 years together with African institutions studying hunger in Africa, so I was sort of expected to know a little about the world. And I started in our medical university, Karolinska Institute, an undergraduate course called Global Health. But when you get that opportunity, you get a little nervous. - I end now with the world. There, the Internet is coming. The number of Internet users are going up like this. This is the GDP per capita. And it's a new technology coming in, but then amazingly, how well it fits to the economy of the countries. That's why the 100 dollar computer will be so important. But it's a nice tendency. It's as if the world is flattening off, isn't it? These countries are lifting more than the economy and will be very interesting to follow this over the year, as I would like you to be able to do with all the publicly funded data. Thank you very much. (Applause)
(Ted Talks)
posted: 7/25/10                   0       5

6/1/2007  Request for Correction of NIST report
A request for correction filed by scientists, engineers, 9/11 family members and others detailing flaws in the NIST study of the towers' collapse.
(Scholars for 9/11 Truth and Justice)
posted: 5/29/10                   0       12
keywords: 9/11, 9/11 Truth, Aia Architect, Bill Doyle, Bob Mcilvaine, Kevin Ryan, National Institute Of Standards And Technology, Pearl Harbor, Richard Gage, Scholars For 9/11 Truth And Justice, Steven Jones, Terrorists, United States, World Trade Center Add New Keyword To Link

5/31/2007  Amalgam Virgo
CINCNORAD joint task counter-terrorist and field training exercise

posted: 5/8/09      
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5/31/2007  Majority of UK's CCTV cameras 'are illegal'
The vast majority of Britain's CCTV cameras are operating illegally or in breach of privacy guidelines, a new watchdog has warned. Up to 90 per cent of surveillance cameras may be breaching the Information Commissioner's code of practice laid down to stop cameras being used inappropriately. Even more seriously, a large proportion of the UK's 14.2 million cameras breach the Data Protection Act and so are illegal, the watchdog CameraWatch warned. The illegality of many cameras will lead to future clashes in court and possible acquittals of suspects, predicted the organisation's chairman Gordon Ferrie. Mr Ferrie, a former policeman, said: "Our research shows that up to 90 per cent of CCTV installations fail to comply with the Information Commissioner's code of practice, and that many installations are operated illegally.
(London Telegraph)
posted: 9/25/11                   0       2
keywords: Camerawatch, DNA, Gordon Ferrie, Ken Macdonald, Police, Privacy, Scotland, UK Data Protection Act, United Kingdom Add New Keyword To Link

5/31/2007  Nigeria sues Pfizer over child deaths
NIGERIAN officials have laid criminal charges against pharmaceutical giant Pfizer for its alleged role in the deaths of children who received an unapproved drug in a meningitis epidemic. Authorities in Kano, Nigeria's biggest state, filed eight charges this month related to the 1996 clinical trial, including counts of criminal conspiracy and voluntarily causing grievous harm. They filed a civil lawsuit seeking more than $US2 billion ($A2.44 billion) in damages and restitution from Pfizer. The move is a rare instance in which the developing world's anger at multinational drug companies has boiled over into criminal charges. It stems from the clinical trial 10 years ago. The Government alleges that Pfizer researchers chose 200 children from crowds at a makeshift epidemic camp in Kano and gave about half the untested antibiotic Trovan. Researchers gave the other children what the lawsuit described as a dangerously low dose of a comparison drug made by Hoffman-Laroche.
(The Age)
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5/31/2007  Perry off to secret forum in Turkey
He'll speak about federalism at elite global conference
(Dallas Morning News)
posted: 5/6/09                   1       15

5/28/2007  Easterners could freeze in the dark
At a meeting of the House of Commons' international trade committee earlier this month, Leon Benoit, the Conservative chairman, ordered me to stop my presentation as an invited witness. My remarks, he ruled, were not relevant. When his decision was successfully challenged by other members of the committee, Mr. Benoit adjourned the meeting and left the room. I was astonished. I had spent several days preparing for my presentation, and two days in transit. Later, I learned that Mr. Benoit's behaviour may have been prompted by a secret guidebook for Conservative chairmen, designed to interrupt witnesses challenging government positions. If so, it backfired. Suppression intrigues people. They want to know what caused the storm. I was cut off after noting that the United States has a National Energy Policy (a NEP) that emphasizes self-sufficiency, energy independence and domestic ownership. And while Canada, as part of our bilateral Security and Prosperity Partnership initiative, supports U.S. efforts to wean itself off Middle Eastern oil, I noted that we do not have a NEP of our own.
(The Globe and Mail)
posted: 11/6/10                   0       2

5/28/2007  HPV Vaccine Gardasil Kills 3, Disrupts 18 Pregnancies
Judicial Watch, a conservative-leaning watchdog group, found a plausible argument against the mandatory use of the HPV vaccine
posted: 6/11/09                   2       22

5/28/2007  Time to tax carbon
A carbon tax is the best, cheapest and most efficient way to combat cataclysmic climate change
(Los Angeles Times)
posted: 4/28/09                   2       11

5/28/2007  Time to tax carbon
A carbon tax is the best, cheapest and most efficient way to combat cataclysmic climate change
(Los Angeles Times)
posted: 5/6/09                   0       14

5/27/2007  Bush sanctions 'black ops' against Iran
Mr Bush has signed an official document endorsing CIA plans for a propaganda and disinformation campaign intended to destabilise, and eventually topple, the theocratic rule of the mullahs
(London Telegraph)
posted: 6/23/09                   2       16

5/27/2007  WeAreChange Confronts Giuliani on 9/11 Collapse Lies (NBC)
posted: 5/8/09      
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5/26/2007  George W. Bush Is GOP's Bill Clinton: National Security and Homeland Security Presidential Directive
Those of you who heard my radio program back in 2001 know that I predicted then that George W. Bush would do to the Republican Party much the same thing that Bill Clinton did to the Democratic Party. However, I must confess, I could not then realize the magnitude of that prediction. Most of us remember that it was the election of Bill Clinton in 1992 that was the impetus for the Republican revolution of 1994. If you recall, a congressional election sweep of the magnitude of 1994 had not been seen in the previous seventy years. It is a truism that Bill Clinton helped to elect more Republicans than the Republican National Committee could ever dream about. Now, the same thing is happening with George W. Bush. In spades! Amazingly, the two issues that I predicated my prediction on have materialized exactly as I said they would. I warned my audience in 2001 that George W. Bush had every intention of invading Iraq, and once there, did not plan to leave, but would probably seek to expand the war's theatre. I also predicted that Bush would seek to facilitate illegal immigration and create the working group to create a hemispheric government.
(Canadian Free Press)
posted: 11/7/10                   0       1

5/25/2007  Rosie O'Donnell dicusses WTC 7 facts / physics 9/11 Truth (ABC)
posted: 5/17/09      
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5/23/2007  Bush grants presidency extraordinary powers
Directive for emergencies apparently gives authority without congressional oversight
(World Net Daily)
posted: 5/5/09                   2       12

5/23/2007  Judicial Watch Uncovers Three Deaths Relating to HPV Vaccine
Event Reports Obtained from FDA Detail 1,637 Adverse Reactions to Gardasil - Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, today released documents obtained from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) under the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act, detailing 1,637 reports of adverse reactions to the vaccination for human papillomavirus (HPV), Gardasil. Three deaths were related to the vaccine. One physicians assistant reported that a female patient died of a blood clot three hours after getting the Gardasil vaccine. Two other reports, on girls 12 and 19, reported deaths relating to heart problems and/or blood clotting. As of May 11, 2007, the 1,637 adverse vaccination reactions reported to the FDA via the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) included 371 serious reactions. Of the 42 women who received the vaccine while pregnant, 18 experienced side effects ranging from spontaneous abortion to fetal abnormities.
(Judicial Watch)
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5/22/2007  Bush Authorizes New Covert Action Against Iran
The CIA has received secret presidential approval to mount a covert "black" operation to destabilize the Iranian government, current and former officials in the intelligence community tell
posted: 6/23/09                   4       18

5/21/2007  Bilderberg 2007: Welcome to the Lunatic Fringe
Bilderberg agreed to push for $105 a barrel before the end of 2008
(Daniel Estulin)
posted: 5/13/09                   1       26

5/20/2007  Ron Paul in Austin, TX: Bad Foreign Policy Started with Woodrow Wilson, New World Order will win if unchecked
posted: 5/5/09      
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5/19/2007  Environmentalists baffled by pesticide-reviews process: The safety of pesticides in Canada is partly in the hands of U.S. regulators as the two countries forge ahead with plans to harmonize their pesticide-review processes.
The safety of pesticides in Canada is partly in the hands of U.S. regulators as the two countries forge ahead with plans to harmonize their pesticide-review processes. News of the effort comes as a growing chorus of scientists south of the border raise the alarm about plummeting standards and rampant corporate interference in the U.S. regulatory process under the Bush administration. Joint pesticide reviews were flagged as a "key milestone" of the 2005 Security and Prosperity Partnership, a broad-ranging plan to promote trade by streamlining regulatory protocols across North America.
posted: 11/7/10                   0       2
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5/19/2007  Sorry, we don't take cash. Have you an arm or a leg?
Conrad Chase, British co-owner of the VIP Baja Beach Club in Barcelona, makes an unlikely human debit card
(Financial Times)
posted: 8/7/09                   0       7
keywords: Barclays, Federation Of Small Businesses, France, Hbos, Hsbc, Mastercard, National Consumer Council, Olympics, Rfid Microchips, Royal Bank Of Scotland, Spain, United Kingdom, Verichip, Visa Add New Keyword To Link

5/18/2007  Fruit, vegetables soon to include more pesticides: I had to read the article in the TC on May 8 twice in order to believe it. ("Canada to raise limits on pesticide residues.")
Canadians will be consuming more pesticides in their food, specifically their fruits and vegetables, in order to synchronize regulations under the agreement of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, which was signed by Canada, the U.S. and Mexico.
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5/18/2007  Gordon Brown New World Order Speech
posted: 4/28/09      
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keywords: Gordon Brown Add New Keyword To Link

5/18/2007  Senate immigration bill would mandate national employment verification system
Feds would have to expand existing technology; critics concerned about privacy issues, potential for errors
(Computer World)
posted: 5/6/09                   2       13

5/16/2007  Former EPA Chief Refuses To Testify At 9/11 Hearing
Environmental Protection Agency is balking at a request by Rep. Jerrold Nadler that she testify before a congressional hearing on the federal response to the attacks of September 11, 2001
(New York Sun)
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5/16/2007  Unborn babies targeted in crackdown on criminality
Blair launches policy imported from US to intervene during pregnancy to head off antisocial behaviour
(London Guardian)
posted: 5/6/09                   2       14

5/15/2007  Canadians Assess Blame in Air India Bombing
Adults in Canada say two entities should be held responsible for the country's deadliest terrorist attack, according to a poll by Angus Reid Strategies. 34 per cent of respondents think both the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) and airport security personnel deserve a great deal of the blame for the 1985 Air India bombing.
(Angus Reid Strategies)
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5/15/2007  Hanson Robotics Joey Chaos
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5/15/2007  Rahm Emanuel Speaks at the Brady Center's Stand Up For a Safe America
"If you are on the no fly list, because you are known as maybe a possible terrorist, you cannot buy a handgun in America."

posted: 5/12/09      
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5/15/2007  Would an implanted chip help to keep my child safe? In the wake of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, every type of child monitoring device is in demand (London Times)
posted: 8/7/09                   0       7
keywords: GPS, Globalpoint Technologies, Madeleine Mccann, Nokia, Portugal, Rfid Microchips, UK Ministry Of Defence, United Kingdom, United States Add New Keyword To Link

5/14/2007  Amid bird flu vaccine debate, scientists aren't sure of protective dose
Concerns about the developing world's access to affordable pandemic vaccines took centre stage Monday at the World Health Organization's annual general meeting, the World Health Assembly. But as global health leaders struggle to ensure pandemic vaccines won't just be a tool for wealthy countries, influenza scientists admit they face an enormous conundrum, one that could stand in the way of efforts to transform vaccines for the few into vaccines for the many. Simply put, scientists can't be certain how much vaccine is needed to protect people against novel influenza viruses such as H5N1 avian flu, because they don't know what the immune system of a person protected against a new flu strain would look like. Sure, they can observe whether immunization with H5N1 vaccine produces certain antibodies and to what levels the antibodies rise, but they have no way of gauging how much protection those antibodies will provide if the person is exposed to the virus.
posted: 9/19/11                   0       3
keywords: Avian Flu, Food And Drug Administration, H1N1, H3n2, H5N1, H5n3, Health Care, Influenza, Jesse Goodman, John Treanor, Pandemic, Robert Webster, St. Jude Children's Hospital, University Of Rochester, Vaccines, World Health Organization Add New Keyword To Link

5/14/2007  Rudy Guliani put his Emergency Response Command Center in WTC 7
mentions building also holds Customs Service and Secret Service
posted: 5/17/09      
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5/14/2007  Verichips for workers at airports (San Antonio KENS 5)
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5/12/2007  NORAD, USNORTHCOM train in Ardent Sentry Northern Edge 07 (US Northern Command)
posted: 8/3/09                   0       11

5/10/2007  Bush Changes Continuity Plan
Administration, Not DHS, Would Run Shadow Government
(Washington Post)
posted: 4/28/09                   3       12

5/10/2007  Court fines OxyContin maker $634M US
The maker of the narcotic painkiller OxyContin and three executives pleaded guilty Thursday to making false claims about the drug's risk of addiction, a U.S. federal prosecutor and the company said. Purdue Pharma LP pleaded guilty in a Virginia court to felony misbranding of OxyContin with the intent to defraud. The company's president, chief lawyer and former chief medical officer also pleaded guilty to charges of misbranding a crime of mislabelling, fraudulently promoting or marketing a drug for an unapproved use. "With its OxyContin, Purdue unleashed a highly abusable, addictive and potentially dangerous drug on an unsuspecting and unknowing public," U.S. Attorney John Brownlee said in a release. "For these misrepresentations and crimes, Purdue and its executives have been brought to justice." The Stamford, Conn.-based company and executives agreed to pay $634,515,475 US in fines. The company promoted OxyContin as being less addictive and less likely to cause withdrawal symptoms than short-acting opioid painkillers because of OxyContin's time-release formulation. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration did not approve the claims.
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