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7/3/2014  Scientists find how magic mushrooms alter the mind
Scientists studying the effects of the psychedelic chemical in magic mushrooms have found the human brain displays a similar pattern of activity during dreams as it does during a mind-expanding drug trip. Psychedelic drugs such as LSD and magic mushrooms can profoundly alter the way we experience the world, but little is known about what physically happens in the brain. In a study published in the journal Human Brain Mapping, researchers examined the brain effects of psilocybin, the psychedelic ingredient in magic mushrooms, using data from brain scans of volunteers who had been injected with the drug. "A good way to understand how the brain works is to perturb the system in a marked and novel way. Psychedelic drugs do precisely this and so are powerful tools for exploring what happens in the brain when consciousness is profoundly altered," said Dr Enzo Tagliazucchi, who led the study at Germany's Goethe University. Magic mushrooms grow naturally around the world and have been widely used since ancient times for religious rites and also for recreation.
(Reuters)
posted: 8/5/14                   0       2
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9/30/2013  NSA Utah Data Center: frequently asked questions -- Intelligence » What happens there, why Utah and the Mormon query.
With the opening of the National Security Agency’s Utah Data Center, The Tribune’s staff has compiled a list of common questions and their answers. • Is someone at the Utah Data Center going to be reviewing my Internet and phone history? All indications are no. First, we’ll give you the obligatory NSA refrain that it does not spy on Americans. Regardless, the Utah Data Center is a storage facility. Your digital footprint, or part of it, may reside there, but any analysis of whether your search engine queries for rifles or the latest BYU football news represents a national security threat will be done at other federal facilities by personnel who can remotely access the information stored in Bluffdale. The Utah Data Center is expected to have only 200 employees; not enough to sort through the records of the average American. — • How is the NSA going to sort all those records? That remains to be seen. If the NSA has the name of a potential terrorist, technology is sufficient to find that person’s digital history. The trick is identifying terror suspects based on what they do online or on the phone before they commit a crime or associate with terror suspects and that is where the NSA is waiting for technology and mathematics to catch up. Private contractors have said the NSA has purchased Cray XC30 supercomputers. Industry officials say those machines can run up to 1 million Intel Xenon core processors simultaneously, enabling speeds of up to 100 petaflops. One petaflop is about one thousand trillion calculations per second. But it doesn’t matter how fast you can calculate if you don’t have the right algorithm. The NSA, other government agencies and private-sector scientists are racing to build new data-mining algorithms, drawing on a blend of mathematics, machine learning, artificial intelligence and database theory. In March, President Barack Obama announced a $200 million research initiative across seven federal agencies to advance techniques for data mining. This issue hits on one debate about the NSA and its intelligence-gathering. Critics have said the agency is collecting more data than it can manage and far, far more than can ever be useful.
(Salt Lake Tribune)
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5/13/2013  Manufacturing the Deadhead: A product of social engineering…
In 2012 Jan Irvin made an important discovery. In the course of re-publishing The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross by the Dead Sea Scrolls scholar John Allegro,[1] Irvin had been researching the letters of one of Allegro’s most prominent critics, Gordon Wasson, at various university archives (including Princeton, Yale, Columbia, Dartmouth, and the Hoover Institute at Stanford) when he came across primary documents–letters actually written by Wasson–showing that he had worked with the CIA.[2] Though Gordon Wasson was both chairman for the Council on Foreign Relations and the Vice President of Public Relations for J.P. Morgan Bank, he is most famous as the individual who “discovered”, or more accurately popularized, magic mushrooms. An article in Life magazine described fantastic visions and experiences Wasson claimed to have had while under their influence (see Life, May 13, 1957 – Seeking the Magic Mushroom). Wasson’s claims were the first description of the effects of psilocybin (“magic”) mushrooms presented to the general public. Irvin saw troubling implications in his discovery. He was aware, of course, of the CIA’s infamous Project MK-ULTRA, in which the organization had given LSD to unsuspecting U.S. citizens. He also knew of the many conspiracy theories claiming that the government has been somehow involved with the creation of the “drug culture.” He was also aware of Dave McGowan’s research on the drug and music movement that had come out of Laurel Canyon in the 1960‘s, which showed that many of the “rock idols” who created it were the children of members of military intelligence.[3] So the fact that a member of the CIA had also been involved with the discovery of Psilocybe mushrooms fit into a large collection of troubling linkages between the American government and the drug culture that emerged during the 1960’s. Irvin decided to do further research into the government’s involvement with the “psychedelic movement”. An obvious question he hoped to answer was: Had Wasson been somehow involved with MK-ULTRA? During this research, Irvin came in contact with another scholar, Joe Atwill, author of Caesar’s Messiah: The Roman Conspiracy to Invent Jesus. Atwill’s research into the origins of Christianity had led him to conclude that Rome had invented the religion. Further, he believed that the Caesars had deliberately brought about the Dark Ages. They had used Christianity as a mind control device to give slavery a religious context intended to make it difficult for serfs to rebel. Like Irvin, Atwill had become suspicious of the U.S. government’s many connections to the psychedelic movement, which reminded him of the Caesars’ intellectual debasing of their population to help bring on the Dark Ages.
(Gnostic Media)
posted: 6/6/13                   0       11
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5/9/2013  Navy SEAL Extortion 17 EXPOSED -- Obama Failures
(TrentoVision 5.9.13) May 9, Thursday 10:00 AM, National Press Club, Washington, DC: Watch these Navy SEAL Team VI families and other family members as they reveal the Obama Administrations culpability in death of their sons in the fatal helicopter crash in Afghanistan following the successful raid on bin Laden's compound. This is a powerful and riveting briefing that included some of America's most significant military leaders.
(United West)
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1/3/2013  Nurses Fired for Refusing Flu Shot
An Indiana hospital has fired eight employees, including at least three veteran nurses, after they refused mandatory flu shots, stirring up controversy over which should come first: employee rights or patient safety. The hospital imposed mandatory vaccines, responding to rising concerns about the spread of influenza. Ethel Hoover wore all black on her last day of work as a nurse in the critical care unit at Indiana University Health Goshen Hospital. She said she was in "mourning" because she would have been at the hospital 22 years in February, and she's only called out of work four or five times in her whole career , she said. "This is my body. I have a right to refuse the flu vaccine," Hoover, 61, told ABCNews.com. "For 21 years, I have religiously not taken the flu vaccine, and now you're telling me that I believe in it." More than 15,100 flu cases have been reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention since Sept. 30, including 16 pediatric deaths. Indiana's flu activity level is considered high, according to the CDC, which last month announced that the flu season came a month earlier than usual.
(ABC)
posted: 1/25/13                   0       10
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3/15/2012  The NSA Is Building the Country’s Biggest Spy Center (Watch What You Say)
The spring air in the small, sand-dusted town has a soft haze to it, and clumps of green-gray sagebrush rustle in the breeze. Bluffdale sits in a bowl-shaped valley in the shadow of Utah’s Wasatch Range to the east and the Oquirrh Mountains to the west. It’s the heart of Mormon country, where religious pioneers first arrived more than 160 years ago. They came to escape the rest of the world, to understand the mysterious words sent down from their god as revealed on buried golden plates, and to practice what has become known as “the principle,” marriage to multiple wives. Today Bluffdale is home to one of the nation’s largest sects of polygamists, the Apostolic United Brethren, with upwards of 9,000 members. The brethren’s complex includes a chapel, a school, a sports field, and an archive. Membership has doubled since 1978—and the number of plural marriages has tripled—so the sect has recently been looking for ways to purchase more land and expand throughout the town. But new pioneers have quietly begun moving into the area, secretive outsiders who say little and keep to themselves. Like the pious polygamists, they are focused on deciphering cryptic messages that only they have the power to understand. Just off Beef Hollow Road, less than a mile from brethren headquarters, thousands of hard-hatted construction workers in sweat-soaked T-shirts are laying the groundwork for the newcomers’ own temple and archive, a massive complex so large that it necessitated expanding the town’s boundaries. Once built, it will be more than five times the size of the US Capitol. Rather than Bibles, prophets, and worshippers, this temple will be filled with servers, computer intelligence experts, and armed guards. And instead of listening for words flowing down from heaven, these newcomers will be secretly capturing, storing, and analyzing vast quantities of words and images hurtling through the world’s telecommunications networks. In the little town of Bluffdale, Big Love and Big Brother have become uneasy neighbors. The NSA has become the largest, most covert, and potentially most intrusive intelligence agency ever.
(Wired)
posted: 10/4/13                   0       6
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2/20/2011  Watching Protesters Risk It All
As democracy protests spread across the Middle East, we as journalists struggle to convey the sights and sounds, the religion and politics. But there’s one central element that we can’t even begin to capture: the raw courage of men and women — some of them just teenagers — who risk torture, beatings and even death because they want freedoms that we take for granted. Here in Bahrain on Saturday, I felt almost physically ill as I watched a column of pro-democracy marchers approach the Pearl Roundabout, the spiritual center of their movement. One day earlier, troops had opened fire on marchers there, with live ammunition and without any warning. So I flinched and braced myself to watch them die. - To me, this feels like the Arab version of 1776. And don’t buy into the pernicious whisper campaign from dictators that a more democratic Middle East will be fundamentalist, anti-American or anti-women. For starters, there have been plenty of women on the streets demanding change (incredibly strong women, too!). For decades, the United States embraced corrupt and repressive autocracies across the Middle East, turning a blind eye to torture and repression in part because of fear that the “democratic rabble” might be hostile to us. Far too often, we were both myopic and just plain on the wrong side.
(New York Times)
posted: 3/12/11                   0       8
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11/8/2010  Obama Visits a Nation That Knew Him as Barry
The two houses where he spent part of his boyhood stand pretty much the way they did when he went back to Hawaii four decades ago. The two schools he attended have grown larger but, in spirit, remain unchanged. Some of his old friends can still be found around the neighborhood. Near one of his homes here, the same family still runs a wooden stall selling gado-gado, an Indonesian salad covered in peanut sauce. Agus Salam, who took over the business from his mother years ago, played soccer with the American boy everybody here called Barry. “His house — all the houses around here — haven’t changed,” said Mr. Salam, 56. When President Obama visits Jakarta on Tuesday, he will find a city that, in some ways, has changed beyond recognition. A city of one luxury hotel and one shopping mall when Mr. Obama lived here between 1967 and 1971, Jakarta is now the overextended and overcrowded capital of the world’s fourth most populous nation. But Jakarta’s neighborhoods, including the two where Mr. Obama lived, retain enough of their former selves that the president would quickly find his bearings.
(New York Times)
posted: 11/16/10                   0       19
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9/1/2010  Really Can't See Myself Voting Republican
I don't care how many Ken Mehlmans come out of the closet or how little gays and lesbians have to show for helping to elect Barack Obama: I can't see myself voting Republican. Because I'm not—despite what you may have read in Slog's comments threads—a single-issue voter. - But honestly... I am a lot less enthused about voting for, and giving money to, Democrats these days. Still going to vote for 'em, just not enthused. Feeling pretty tepid. And I suspect that I'm not alone. - If we get no progress under Democrats (just empty promises meant to excite their base), but no regress under Republicans (just empty threats meant to excite their base), why should we waste our time--and our money--worrying about who's in charge? - So here's where we're at: everyone who cares about gay issues is mad at the Democrats. The homophobes are angry because the Democrats suggested that they might do something about gay rights; gays and lesbians are furious with the Democrats for failing to do something—failing to do anything—about gay rights. Since doing nothing pisses off the gay haters just as much as doing something, perhaps the Dems should've have done something and won the enthusiastic support of someone.
(The Stranger)
posted: 9/27/10                   0       5
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8/20/2010  Ron Paul to Sunshine Patriots: Stop Your Demagogy About The NYC Mosque!
Congressman Ron Paul today released the following statement on the controversy concerning the construction of an Islamic Center and Mosque in New York City: Is the controversy over building a mosque near ground zero a grand distraction or a grand opportunity? Or is it, once again, grandiose demagoguery? It has been said, “Nero fiddled while Rome burned.” Are we not overly preoccupied with this controversy, now being used in various ways by grandstanding politicians? It looks to me like the politicians are “fiddling while the economy burns.” The debate should have provided the conservative defenders of property rights with a perfect example of how the right to own property also protects the 1st Amendment rights of assembly and religion by supporting the building of the mosque. Instead, we hear lip service given to the property rights position while demanding that the need to be “sensitive” requires an all-out assault on the building of a mosque, several blocks from “ground zero.”
(Ron Paul)
posted: 8/23/10                   0       13
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6/30/2010  Obama movie debuts in Indonesia
A film about US President Barack Obama's childhood days in Indonesia made its debut in Jakarta on Wednesday, promising a very different perspective on the man in the White House. "Obama Anak Menteng" or "Obama the Menteng Kid", is set in the upscale Jakarta neighbourhood of Menteng, where Obama lived from 1967 to 1971 with his mother and Indonesian stepfather. Co-director Damien Dematra said it showed the US president in a light that Americans might find strange. - A scene showing Obama, who is a Christian, praying like a Muslim was dropped as it was deemed "too political", Dematra said. "He was just imitating other kids when they were praying but it didn't mean he wanted to be Muslim. That scene wasn't even shot because I didn't want people to take it out of context and use it against him," he said. Based on his interviews with Obama's surviving neighbours and friends in the Indonesian capital, Dematra claims the film is "60 percent fact and 40 percent fiction".
(Agence France-Presse)
posted: 7/22/10                   0       9
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8/11/2009  Olbermann Slams Palin For "Death Panel" Claim, Calls Her Dangerously Irresponsible (VIDEO)
Keith Olbermann went off on Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck and the birthers in a nearly 15-minute "Special Comment" Monday night
(Huffington Post)
posted: 8/27/09                   0       15
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8/4/2009  Blackwater Founder Implicated in Murder
The two men claim that the company's owner, Erik Prince, may have murdered or facilitated the murder of individuals who were cooperating with federal authorities investigating the company
(The Nation)
posted: 8/27/09                   0       12
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8/2/2009  Home Office: 'Support our wars or you'll be denied a UK passport'
New rules on citizenship could bar immigrants who use the ancient British right to protest
(The Independent)
posted: 8/7/09                   0       14
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8/1/2009  Call for inquiry after MI5 'recruited al-Qaida sympathisers'
Senior Tory says six men were thrown out of security service amid 'serious concerns' and demands investigation
(London Guardian)
posted: 8/6/09                   0       12
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8/1/2009  The Barack backlash: How Obama's presidency has gone from deity to doubtful
This minutely orchestrated media event was designed to rescue Barack Obama from the most idiotic, yet nonetheless damaging, row of his presidency
(UK Daily Mail)
posted: 8/7/09                   0       13
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7/29/2009  Obama's Homeland Security Looks A Lot Like Bush's
Based on what was billed as Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano's big policy speech today at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, there won't be any major shifts, at least initially, in the Obama Administration's approach to homeland security
(National Public Radio)
posted: 8/3/09                   0       13
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7/24/2009  Cheney pressed Bush to test Constitutional limits by using military force on US soil
According to a story in Friday’s New York Times, Vice-President Cheney advocated in 2002 for the Bush administration to send military troops to Buffalo to arrest the so-called Lackawanna Six as enemy combatants
(The Raw Story)
posted: 7/28/09                   0       11
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7/15/2009  Foreign Policy Address at the Council on Foreign Relations by Hillary Rodham Clinton
“We get a lot of advice from the Council, so this will mean I won’t have as far to go to be told what we should be doing and how we should think about the future.”
(Department of State)
posted: 7/20/09                   0       16
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7/9/2009  A democratic dark spot in Indonesia
Unless Yudhoyono plans some dramatic changes for his second term, Jakarta's duplicitous laws and reliance on militarized commerce in West Papua will continue to devastate its largest province
(Asia Times)
posted: 7/21/09                   0       11
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7/9/2009  Libel and blasphemy bill passed by the Dail
The Defamation Bill, which also introduces a new crime of blasphemous libel, will come into operation after it is passed by the Seanad later this week and signed into law by President Mary McAleese
(Independent.ie)
posted: 7/17/09                   0       11
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7/6/2009  US won't stand in Israel's way on Iran: Biden
US Vice President Joe Biden said, in an television interview, that the United States would not stand in the way of Israel in its dealings with Iran's nuclear ambitions
(Agence France-Presse)
posted: 7/6/09                   0       12
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7/5/2009  Biden: Israel free to set own course on Iran
"If the Iranians respond to the offer of engagement, we will engage," Biden said
(Associated Press)
posted: 7/6/09                   0       13
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7/3/2009  Conspiracy fever: As rumours swell that the government staged 7/7, victims' relatives call for a proper inquiry
they are demanding a full public inquiry to answer key questions about what the Intelligence Services and the police did and did not know before the bombings
(UK Daily Mail)
posted: 7/4/09                   0       12
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7/3/2009  Noam Chomsky
Crisis and Hope: Theirs and Ours, June 12 (3 of 6)
(Democracy Now)
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7/2/2009  Israel must attack Iran, insists Bolton
Former US Ambassador to the UN John Bolton told The Washington Post on Thursday that the only way left to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons is to support an Israeli military strike on the Islamic Republic
(Israel Today)
posted: 7/6/09                   0       11
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6/28/2009  Holder Admits: No Equality Under Hate Bill (Truth Tellers)
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6/26/2009  Obama administration seeks to quash suit by 9/11 families
The suit seeks to hold the Saudi royal family liable, charging that it provided financial and other support to Al Qaeda and was thereby complicit in the hijack bombings that killed nearly 3,000 people in New York and Washington DC
(World Socialist Web Site)
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6/24/2009  Iran uncovers plots in presidential election
"The ministry has dismantled the groups involved in such activities and has arrested almost all group-members in two stages," IRNA quoted Intelligence Minister Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Ejei
(Press TV)
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6/24/2009  The Conspiracy Files: 7/7
But I also think it is important to investigate the conspiracy theories that continue to develop around 7 July attacks, because they play on the fears of the Muslim community and spread a highly divisive and damaging message (editorial)
(BBC)
posted: 6/26/09                   3       18
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6/22/2009  Iran Had a Democracy Before We Took It Away
Iranians do not need or want us to teach them about liberty and representative government. They have long embodied this struggle. It is we who need to be taught.
(Truth Dig)
posted: 6/23/09                   3       21
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6/17/2009  The Hatemongers' New Tool: The Internet
Christopher Wolf: Internet Hate Is What Kept James Von Brunn's Hateful Lunacy At The Boiling Point
(CBS)
posted: 6/17/09                   5       20
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6/16/2009  'Hamas thwarts Carter assassination'
Hamas reportedly foiled an attempt by Palestinian terrorists to kill former US president Jimmy Carter during his visit to the Gaza Strip
(Jerusalem Post)
posted: 6/16/09                   3       22
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6/16/2009  Terrorist Can Sue Over Torture Memos
White ruled Padilla may be able to prove that Yoo's memos "set in motion a series of events that resulted in the deprivation of Padilla's constitutional rights."
(Military.com)
posted: 6/16/09                   5       26
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6/14/2009  The unlikely friends of the Holocaust memorial killer
An anti-liberal ideology is being created by groups who would once have been sworn enemies
(London Guardian)
posted: 6/16/09                   6       25
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6/13/2009  'Lone wolf' terrorists elusive target for police
"The lone wolf is what concerns the Washington field office, what concerns the FBI the most,"
(Associated Press)
posted: 7/4/09                   0       12
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6/13/2009  American al Qaeda member acknowledges Jewish ancestry
In the video, Adam Yahiye Gadahn, also known as Azzam the American, discusses his roots as he castigates U.S. policies and deplores Israel's offensive in Gaza
(CNN)
posted: 6/15/09                   6       25
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6/12/2009  Blast kills cleric who denounced suicide attacks
Sarfraz Ahmed Naeemi was the first imam in Pakistan to issue a fatwa, or religious edict, against suicide attacks in Pakistan
(CNN)
posted: 6/12/09                   4       31
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6/12/2009  Row erupts over Guantanamo deal
A diplomatic spat has broken out over Bermuda's acceptance of four Chinese Muslim Uighurs released from the US detention centre at Guantanamo Bay
(BBC)
posted: 6/12/09                   7       26
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6/12/2009  The Big Hate
Back in April, there was a huge fuss over an internal report by the Department of Homeland Security warning that current conditions resemble those in the early 1990s - a time marked by an upsurge of right-wing extremism that culminated in the Oklahoma City bombing
(New York Times)
posted: 6/12/09                   8       29
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6/11/2009  Osama bin Laden hiding in Pakistan, CIA says
Intelligence agents deployed to Pakistan to assist in the search for the al-Qaida leader
(London Guardian)
posted: 6/12/09                   6       31
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6/11/2009  'Lone gunman' in Holocaust Museum shooting is neo-Nazi James von Brunn, 88 (Daily News)
posted: 6/11/09                   4       31
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6/11/2009  DC Holocaust museum closed to honor guard who died stopping gunman identified as anti-Semite (Associated Press)
posted: 6/11/09                   8       28
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6/11/2009  Eye Opener: Does Holocaust Shooting Validate Homeland Security Report?
Did that controversial Homeland Security report on right-wing extremists (pdf) get it right? Several bloggers, commentators and news reports suggest it did, accurately predicting the deadly shooting at the Holocaust Museum.
(Washington Post)
posted: 6/11/09                   5       31
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6/11/2009  James Von Brunn: A Profile
On December 7, 1981, a man named James W. Von Brunn pulled out a sawed-off shotgun at the Federal Reserve Board headquarters, claiming to have planted a bomb and threatening to take members of the Board hostage
(TPM Muckraker)
posted: 6/11/09                   6       28
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6/10/2009  Attacks validate DHS report, some say
Civil rights activists say a string of recent attacks blamed on right-wing extremists, including Wednesday’s shooting at the Holocaust Museum, show that conservative critics were too quick to fault the Department of Homeland Security over an April report warning about the potential for such violence
(Politico)
posted: 6/11/09                   9       31
#46 



6/10/2009  DHS Report Warned Against Anti-Semitic Violence
A heavily criticized Department of Homeland Security Report on right-wing extremism that was released in April warned precisely of the type of violent anti-Semitic activity that occurred at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C.
(Huffington Post)
posted: 6/11/09                   5       31
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6/10/2009  Holocaust Museum shooter von Brunn a 9/11 'truther' who hated 'neo-cons', Bush, McCain (Examiner)
posted: 6/11/09                   6       34
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6/10/2009  Obama effect in Washington DC Holocaust Museum shooting? Criminologist Jack Levin of Northeastern University suggests that social, cultural and economic changes taking place in the United States may be triggering recent violent outbursts from fringe extremists (MSNBC)
posted: 6/11/09      
            
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6/10/2009  Olbermann smear-by-association of Truthers, Patriots, & Dr. Ron Paul (MSNBC)
posted: 6/12/09      
            
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