Day: June 11, 2013

US spy leaker Edward Snowden ‘missing’ in Hong KongRandom News

US spy leaker Edward Snowden ‘missing’ in Hong Kong

An ex-CIA employee who leaked details of US top-secret phone and internet surveillance has disappeared from his hotel in Hong
Schiff: 2/3 of America to Lose Everything Because of This CrisisEconomy & Money

Schiff: 2/3 of America to Lose Everything Because of This Crisis

A record breaking stock market is distorting a frightening reality: The U.S. is being eaten alive by a horrific cancer
Alabama Police Set Up Roadblocks Asking for Blood, DNA SamplesPolice State

Alabama Police Set Up Roadblocks Asking for Blood, DNA Samples

William Thornton AL.com St. Clair and Bibb county authorities are confirming there were roadblocks at several locations in their counties
Bloomberg: Alex Jones’ Free Speech Causes TerrorismInteresting News

Bloomberg: Alex Jones’ Free Speech Causes Terrorism

Paul Joseph Watson Infowars.com A deceptive Bloomberg hit piece portrays Alex Jones as a recruiting aid for terrorists, insinuating that
Leak alleges State Department coverups ranging from prostitution to drug traffickingInteresting News

Leak alleges State Department coverups ranging from prostitution to drug trafficking

Documents obtained from an internal watchdog for the US State Department have revealed the potential coverup of alleged illegal behavior
Icelandic Legislator: I’m Ready To Help NSA Whistleblower Seek AsylumInteresting News

Icelandic Legislator: I’m Ready To Help NSA Whistleblower Seek Asylum

When WikiLeaks burst onto the international stage in 2010, the small Nordic nation of Iceland offered it a safe haven.
Stockman requests subpoena of NSA’s White House, IRS phone logsMore News

Stockman requests subpoena of NSA’s White House, IRS phone logs

Congressman Steve Stockman (R-Texas 36) Tuesday asked the House Government Reform and Oversight Committee to subpoena all National Security Agency
N.J. Bill Would Allow Police To Search Drivers’ Cell Phones After Car CrashesPolice State

N.J. Bill Would Allow Police To Search Drivers’ Cell Phones After Car Crashes

What Happened To Our Constitution? By Mary Beth Quirk It isn’t just drunk drivers police in New Jersey are worried
Anti-G8 protest headquarters in London raided by riot policePolice State

Anti-G8 protest headquarters in London raided by riot police

Haroon Siddique The Guardian Riot police raided the central London headquarters of anti-G8 protesters on Tuesday, and hundreds of officers
Germany most snooped EU country by USBig Brother

Germany most snooped EU country by US

By Nikolaj Nielsen The US National Security Agency (NSA) snoops on all EU member states and on Germany the most,
Boston Training Drill Identical To Actual Event  – New EvidenceConspiracy or Not

Boston Training Drill Identical To Actual Event – New Evidence

Below is some new information released a couple days ago by the Boston Globe, There is also some other pieces
Moon May Have Formed in Natural Nuclear ExplosionScience & Space

Moon May Have Formed in Natural Nuclear Explosion

The standard theory of the origin of the Moon is called the giant impact hypothesis. It supposes that early in
Organic growers lose decision in suit versus Monsanto over seedsFood & Health News

Organic growers lose decision in suit versus Monsanto over seeds

By Carey Gillam Monsanto Co. on Monday won another round in a legal battle with U.S. organic growers as an
Assange on Snowden: He’s a hero, we’ve been in contactRandom News

Assange on Snowden: He’s a hero, we’ve been in contact

Julian Assange says that he was in “indirect” contact with ex-CIA staffer Edward Snowden, who leaked details of US top-secret
Former Dutch Prime Minister: 22 nuclear bombs stored in HollandWar News

Former Dutch Prime Minister: 22 nuclear bombs stored in Holland

By Saunon Malek According to a report released on Monday by De Telegraaf, the Netherlands’ former Prime Minister Ruud Lubbers