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7/8/2005  The struggle against terrorism cannot be won by military means: The G8 must seize the opportunity to address the wider issues at the root of such atrocities
I have rarely seen the Commons so full and so silent as when it met yesterday to hear of the London bombings. A forum that often is raucous and rowdy was solemn and grave. A chamber that normally is a bear pit of partisan emotions was united in shock and sorrow. Even Ian Paisley made a humane plea to the press not to repeat the offence that occurred in Northern Ireland when journalists demanded comment from relatives before they were informed that their loved ones were dead. The immediate response to such human tragedy must be empathy with the pain of those injured and the grief of those bereaved. We recoil more deeply from loss of life in such an atrocity because we know the unexpected disappearance of partners, children and parents must be even harder to bear than a natural death. It is sudden, and therefore there is no farewell or preparation for the blow. Across London today there are relatives whose pain may be more acute because they never had the chance to offer or hear last words of affection. It is arbitrary and therefore an event that changes whole lives, which turn on the accident of momentary decisions. How many people this morning ask themselves how different it might have been if their partner had taken the next bus or caught an earlier tube?
(London Guardian)
posted: 6/4/09                   1       19

6/3/2009  Royal Navy warship almost fires on UFOs
'Kryten gun' trained on possible alien invaders
(The Register)
posted: 6/4/09                   2       24

6/3/2009  Army Nixes Extra Brigades for 3 Forts in Georgia, Colorado and Texas, (
posted: 6/3/09                   3       27

6/3/2009  Pessimism about finding Air France black boxes grows, mourners gather
Brazilian search planes find 7-metre piece of plane, other material
posted: 6/3/09                   2       25
keywords: Brazil, Coca Cola, France, Military, Nicolas Sarkozy, Notre Dame, Paris, Paul-louis Arslanian, Rio De Janeiro, Air France, Pedro Luis Add New Keyword To Link

6/3/2009  Harper to Ignatieff: Don't send Canadians back to the polls: Prime Minister Stephen Harper "strongly advised" Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff Wednesday against bringing down the Conservative government. (CBC)
posted: 6/3/09                   3       23
keywords: Canada, Financial Crisis, Jim Flaherty, Michael Ignatieff, National Optical Institute, Stephen Harper, Toronto-dominion Bank Add New Keyword To Link

6/2/2009  Throwing Out the Xbox Control
An upgrade to the game console uses cameras to track players' movements and recognize their faces
(Technology Review)
posted: 6/3/09                   3       25
keywords: Microsoft, Privacy Add New Keyword To Link

6/2/2009  Obama administration joins Google
Reverse takeover almost complete
(The Register)
posted: 6/3/09                   2       24

5/25/2009  Couple: County Trying To Stop Home Bible Studies (10 News)
posted: 6/3/09                   2       24

6/1/2009  The Symbolic Power Of Money
simply handling money can dull physical and emotional pain
(Technology Review)
posted: 6/3/09                   2       24

5/28/2009  First Acoustic Superlens
This represents a significant step toward creating high-resolution ultrasound images and cloaking devices capable of hiding ships from sonar
(Technology Review)
posted: 6/3/09                   1       24
keywords: Military Add New Keyword To Link

6/1/2009  Vancouver high school student arrested with alleged 'hit list,' guns (CBC)
posted: 6/3/09                   4       24

5/31/2009  Mobile Specialty Vehicles Helps Permian Regional Medical Center Provide Health Care Service to Texas Panhandle and New Mexico
In Down Economy, Texas Company Grows by Meeting Demand for Specialty Vehicles
(Market Wire)
posted: 6/3/09                   3       25

5/29/2009  Massive ID fraud and cheque scam busted in NYC
Impersonation scheme sees 18 bank workers pinched
(The Register)
posted: 6/3/09                   1       24

6/1/2009  Israeli Spy Fined, Scolded, Released (
posted: 6/3/09                   1       22

5/29/2009  Sgt. Klay South Talks About Mancow's "Waterboarding" (
posted: 6/3/09                   2       21

6/1/2009  Japan Apologizes for Bataan Death March (
posted: 6/3/09                   2       23

6/1/2009  Getting Arsenic Out of Water
IBM is developing a fluorine-containing polymer membrane that is more effective at ridding drinking water of arsenic contaminants
(Technology Review)
posted: 6/3/09                   1       23

5/31/2009  New border rules create 'invisible Berlin Wall': mayor of Sarnia, Ontario
New U.S. rules on cross-border travel that take effect Monday represent a "heightened militarization" that will hurt the traditionally close relationship between border communities
posted: 6/3/09                   2       22

5/29/2009  Researchers identify new deadly virus in Africa
A deadly newly identified virus that causes bleeding like Ebola has killed four of the five people it has infected, researchers say
posted: 6/3/09                   2       19

5/29/2009  North Korea will take 'self-defence measures' against Security Council
6th missile fired from east coast
posted: 6/3/09                   0       24

6/5/2009  Asheville man charged in alleged Liberty Dollar fraud scheme
William Kevin Innes marketed the “barter” currency in Western North Carolina and recruited merchants willing to accept it and give it as change for products bought with real money
(Asheville Citizen Times)
posted: 6/2/09                   4       26

1/1/2009  Open-mindedness (appropriate no matter what side of the argument you are on)
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5/3/2009  Jacqui Smith's secret plan to carry on snooping: The home secretary has vowed to scrap a 'big brother' database, but a bid to spy on us all continues
SPY chiefs are pressing ahead with secret plans to monitor all internet use and telephone calls in Britain despite an announcement by Jacqui Smith, the home secretary, of a ministerial climbdown over public surveillance. GCHQ, the government’s eavesdropping centre, is developing classified technology to intercept and monitor all e-mails, website visits and social networking sessions in Britain. The agency will also be able to track telephone calls made over the internet, as well as all phone calls to land lines and mobiles. The £1 billion snooping project — called Mastering the Internet (MTI) — will rely on thousands of “black box” probes being covertly inserted across online infrastructure.
(London Times)
posted: 6/1/09                   2       24

5/20/2009  Criticism for 'UK database' plan: Plans for a super-database containing the details of all phone calls and e-mails sent in the UK have been heavily criticised by experts.
The government is considering the changes as part of its ongoing fight against serious crime and terrorism. Assistant Information Commissioner Jonathan Bamford has warned that the UK could be "sleepwalking into a surveillance society". Others have questioned how such a database could be made secure.
posted: 6/1/09                   3       25
keywords: Chris Mayers, Citrix Systems, Cybersecurity, Gus Hosein, Internet, Jamie Cowper, Jonathan Bamford, Pgp Corporation, Privacy, Privacy International, Regulation Of Investigatory Powers Act, Terrorists, UK Home Office, US Internet Service Provider Association, United Kingdom Add New Keyword To Link

6/1/2009  UK chases Obama on cybersecurity: Officials aim to release strategy this summer
Security and intelligence officials plan to publish a UK version of Barack Obama's cybersecurity and defence review before the summer Parliamentary recess, according to sources close to the work. The US announced its new strategy on Friday following an intensive 60-day investigation of vulnerabilities in government and the private sector. Obama said computer networks would now be treated as a "strategic national asset" and announced a new senior post in his administration to oversee their defence. It was also reported - but not detailed in the published strategy - that a new arm within the Pentagon will conduct both offensive and defensive network warfare.
(The Register)
posted: 6/1/09                   6       25

12/9/2008  And now for a world government
"I have never believed that there is a secret United Nations plot to take over the US. I have never seen black helicopters hovering in the sky above Montana. But, for the first time in my life, I think the formation of some sort of world government is plausible."
(Financial Times)
posted: 6/1/09                   2       24

1/1/1930  Bank for International Settlements (Wikipedia)
posted: 6/1/09                   2       21

8/16/2007  Millions of families face compulsory water meters
Water companies are to be given new powers to force meters on millions of families amid claims it is necessary to cope with future droughts. The controversial plan, which will add more than £1 billion to water bills over the next decade, was given the green light by the government on Thursday. Ministers claim that despite the floods of this summer, the country is likely to see more droughts in future years, which will create a need to conserve water. They argue that imposing meters generally leads to a reduction in household use of some 10 per cent. New powers to adopt compulsory water metering are to be given to those companies who can show they are in so-called "water stress" areas. However, the government plans to direct every water company in the country to consider imposing meters on customers to solve water shortage problems.
(UK Daily Mail)
posted: 6/1/09                   2       22
keywords: Climate Change, Consumer Council For Water, Essex & Suffolk, Folkestone & Dover, Mid Kent Water, Phil Woolas, South East Water, Southern Water, Sutton & East Surrey, Thames Water, UK National Consumer Council, United Kingdom, Water Add New Keyword To Link

5/11/2009  UK plans smart meter revolution to cut energy cost
Every household in Britain should by 2020 be able to cut its energy bills and carbon footprint using "smart meters" and handheld devices to control energy use closely
posted: 6/1/09                   3       23

1/12/2009  Coming soon: the fridge that power chiefs can switch off to save energy
A domestic refrigerator that can be turned on and off by the electricity supplier without the homeowner being aware is to go on trial. Npower will distribute 300 ‘smart fridges’ free to homeowners throughout Britain within the next five weeks as part of the energy companies’ efforts to tackle climate change. At times of high demand, the National Grid will activate the switches in the fridges to achieve a balance in the power supply. The development means that, for the first time, consumers will lose control over the use of electricity in their own homes. Electricity companies have regularly raised the reliability of their supply as justification for their high prices.
(UK Daily Mail)
posted: 6/1/09                   3       21
keywords: Carbon Dioxide, Climate Change, Consumer Focus, Cybersecurity, Douglas Carswell, Internet, John Macgill, Npower, Paul Lazarevic, Rltec, United Kingdom Add New Keyword To Link

4/13/2009  Cybersecurity Act would give president power to 'shut down' Internet
A recently proposed but little-noticed Senate bill would allow the federal government to shut down the Internet in times of declared emergency, and enables unprecedented federal oversight of private network administration
(The Raw Story)
posted: 6/1/09                   3       22

6/1/2009  Citigroup Stuck With Bernanke Offer Rival Banks Plan to Refuse
When financial stocks slumped in February to the lowest level in at least 17 years, U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke told Congress the government might end up owning "substantial" stakes in the country’s biggest banks
posted: 6/1/09                   3       26

6/1/2009  Banks run Congress, top Democrat says
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to deduce that the banking and financial services industry has an outsized influence in Congress
(The Raw Story)
posted: 6/1/09                   4       25

5/31/2009  WeAreChange: New York Senator Gillibrand Supports New 9/11 Investigation (We Are Change)
posted: 6/1/09      
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5/31/2009  Mysterious 'chip' is CIA's latest weapon against al-Qaida targets hiding in Pakistan's tribal belt
Tribesmen plant devices to guide drone attacks - Locals shun fighters for fear of becoming targets
(London Guardian)
posted: 6/1/09                   4       26

4/4/2008  Special license plates shield officials from traffic tickets (Orange County Register)
posted: 6/1/09                   1       21
keywords: California, Confidential Records Program, Los Angeles, Police, United States, US National Park Service Add New Keyword To Link

4/27/2009  How to Deal with Swine Flu: Heeding the Mistakes of 1976 (Time Magazine)
posted: 6/1/09                   3       23

2/22/2005  The Flawed 1976 National “Swine Flu” Influenza Immunization Program (Suburban Emergency Management Project)
posted: 6/1/09                   1       21

6/14/1994  High Court Backs Closing Tax Loophole Retroactively (New York Times)
posted: 6/1/09                   2       20

5/6/2009  U.S. May Add Shots for Swine Flu to Fall Regimen
The Obama administration is considering an unprecedented fall vaccination campaign that could entail giving Americans three flu shots
(Washington Post)
posted: 6/1/09                   4       22

5/7/2009  Decision on Flu Vaccine Looms
Steering Resources to Fight New Strain Raises Public-Health, Financial Questions
(Wall Street Journal)
posted: 6/1/09                   2       23

5/31/2009  Obama administration sides with Saudis on 9/11 suit
Members of 9/11 victims’ families, who filed a lawsuit seeking to pin blame on the Saudi royal family for financing attacks against the United States, just acquired a significant new opponent: the Obama administration
(The Raw Story)
posted: 6/1/09                   3       25

5/30/2009  Obama’s new war doctrine: ‘Cyber dominance’
The US military is moving ahead with plans to create its first “cyber command” designed to bolster America’s potential to wage digital warfare as well as defend against mounting cyber threats
(Agence France-Presse)
posted: 6/1/09                   4       26

5/31/2009  Dr. Ron Paul on North Korea (Campaign for Liberty)
posted: 6/1/09      
3       22

10/29/2008  Australia to implement mandatory internet censorship
AUSTRALIA will join China in implementing mandatory censoring of the internet under plans put forward by the Federal Government
(Herald Sun)
posted: 6/1/09                   3       21

2/1/2009  Local Police Want Right to Jam Wireless Signals
equipment that can jam cellphones and other wireless devices to foil remote-controlled bombs
(Washington Post)
posted: 6/1/09                   3       20
keywords: Afghanistan, Barack Obama, Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association, Federal Communications Commission, Iraq, Military, Police, Terrorists, United States, US Secret Service Add New Keyword To Link

5/30/2009  Troopers involved in scuffle identified
Two troopers and two paramedics were involved
(Tulsa World)
posted: 6/1/09                   4       21

5/28/2009  Witness Says Trooper May Need Anger Management
"I was horrified," she says. "I couldn't believe it."
posted: 6/1/09                   4       20

5/29/2009  US violated Geneva Conventions, Bush Iraq commander says (The Raw Story)
posted: 6/1/09                   4       20

5/29/2009  Call for inquiry into Abu Ghraib 'rape' photographs
A leading human rights group has called for a full inquiry into allegations of rape and sexual abuse at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq
(London Telegraph)
posted: 6/1/09                   1       29

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