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6,000-Page Report on CIA Torture Has Been Suppressed for 1 Year

6,000-Page Report on CIA Torture Has Been Suppressed for 1 Year --Team Obama won't release it. 13 Dec 2013 One year ago today, the Senate Intelligence Committee voted to adopt a 6,000-page report on the CIA rendition, detention, and interrogation program that led to torture.

U.S. House passes two-year budget austerity plan; Senate vote next week

U.S. House passes two-year budget austerity plan; Senate vote next week --Sellout DemocRATs embrace Paul Ryan's budget numbers 13 Dec 2013 The Republican-controlled U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday passed a two-year, bipartisan budget plan that would end some automatic spending cuts on federal agencies and replace them with more targeted government savings.

Report: VA lobotomized 2,000 disturbed veterans

Report: VA lobotomized 2,000 disturbed veterans 11 Dec 2013 The U.S. government lobotomized roughly 2,000 mentally ill veterans -- and likely hundreds more -- during and after World War II, according to a cache of forgotten memos, letters and government reports unearthed by The Wall Street Journal.

Former FBI agent missing in Iran was working for the CIA

Drone strike kills 15 'wedding party-goers' in Yemen

Drone strike kills 15 'wedding party-goers' in Yemen 13 Dec 2013 Fifteen people who had been heading to a wedding in Yemen have been killed in an air strike. Local media reported that a drone attack had been responsible, and the party-goers had been hit instead of an Al-Qaeda [al-CIAduh] convoy.

NYC requires flu shots for all daycare, preschool children

Flu fascism: NYC requires flu shots for all daycare, preschool children --Philosophical exemptions, such as vaccine concerns, are not allowed in New York State. 12 Dec 2013 If your child wants to attend daycare or preschool in New York City, he or she will now be required to get a [mercury-laden, squalene-filled] flu vaccine.

Technical proof: Hotmail blocking IP for CLG Newsletter delivery

EU has failed to defend Edward Snowden, says activist group

EU has failed to defend Edward Snowden, says activist group 11 Dec 2013 The European Union has failed to stand up for whistleblower Edward Snowden or properly defend newspapers that have written articles about the scale of mass state surveillance, according to freedom of expression group Index on Censorship.

Backpacker stripped of tech gear at Auckland Airport

Backpacker stripped of tech gear at Auckland Airport --'We're going to have to send this to a forensic investigator.' 12 Dec 2013 A backpacker coming home for Christmas had every bit of electronic equipment stripped from him at the airport. A Customs officer at Auckland International Airport took law graduate Sam Blackman's two smartphones, iPad, an external hard drive and laptop - and demanded his passwords.

Media object to secret sanity hearing for alleged shooter Holmes

Media object to secret sanity hearing for alleged shooter Holmes 11 Dec 2013 A coalition of media outlets is fighting to keep the courtroom open next week for a hearing about the sanity of Aurora, Colorado, movie theater shooting suspect [false flag patsy] James Holmes.

Connecticut becomes first state to require labeling of GMOs

Connecticut becomes first state to require labeling of GMOs 11 Dec 2013 Connecticut has become a pioneer in food labeling as it is the first state to pass legislation to make companies say if their products contain genetically modified organisms, or GMOs. GMOs are...created by taking DNA from a bacteria or a virus, which is inserted into the seed. Gov.

Planes Parked in Weeds in Kabul After $486 Million Spent

Planes Parked in Weeds in Kabul After $486 Million Spent 09 Dec 2013 Sixteen broken-down transport planes that cost U.S. taxpayers at least $486 million are languishing among the weeds, wooden cargo boxes and old tires at Kabul International Airport, waiting to be destroyed without ever being delivered to the Afghan Air Force.

One of two cooling pumps fails on International Space Station - NASA

One of two cooling pumps fails on International Space Station - NASA 11 Dec 2013 NASA scaled back operations on the International Space Station on Wednesday after discovering a problem with a cooling system, but officials aren't sure yet what's causing it. One of two cooling pumps has failed, NASA spokesman Josh Byerly said. Officials discovered the malfunctioning cooling loop was producing too much ammonia, he said.

Hotmail did not deliver 11 Dec 2013 CLG Newsletter

And, today's obstacle is: Hotmail did not deliver 11 Dec 2013 CLG Newsletter Posted by Lori Price, www.legitgov.org 11 Dec 2013 Hotmail -- and Live, MSN, and Outlook -- did not deliver today's CLG Newsletter. Perhaps they did not like the subject line, 'Transformer explosion, fire shuts down nuclear reactor in Arkansas.'

Rice grown near crippled Fukushima nuclear plant served to govt officials

Rice grown near crippled Fukushima nuclear plant served to govt officials [Good! I hope they gobble up a boatload!] 10 Dec 2013 Rice from fields in the Fukushima prefecture, evacuated after the worst nuclear disaster in Japan the world, will be served to government officials for 9 days in a bid to demonstrate the safety of the country's most-beloved crop, a local broadcaster reported.

Two more Chicago speed cameras go up

We need speed camera hunting permits: Two more Chicago speed cameras go up 06 Dec 2013 Mayor Rahm Emanuel's administration announced the addition of two new speed cameras Friday, bringing the city's total number to 33 cameras operating at 18 different parks and schools. The new cameras are near Challenger Park in Lakeview and near Washington Park on the South Side.

Snowden document shows Canada set up spy posts for NSA

Snowden document shows Canada set up spy posts for NSA --CSEC conducted espionage activities for U.S. in 20 countries, according to top-secret briefing note 09 Dec 2013 A top secret document retrieved by American whistleblower Edward Snowden reveals Canada has set up covert spying posts around the world and conducted espionage against trading partners at the request of the U.S. National Security Agency.

Here's what’s in Paul Ryan and Patty Murray's mini-budget deal

Here's what’s in Paul Ryan and Patty Murray's mini-budget deal 10 Dec 2013 ...The deal doesn't include any extension of unemployment insurance -- and no such extension is forthcoming...Democrats flatly got beat on sequestration. Republicans are keeping -- and increasing -- the deficit reduction without ever giving up a dime in taxes. And many Republicans don't want to alter sequestration at all.

Britons plead guilty in US to terrorism charges

Britons plead guilty in US to terrorism charges 10 Dec 2013 Two British nationals who ran a website that promoted jihad and supported al-Qaida [al-CIAduh] pleaded guilty in a US court on Tuesday to charges of providing material support for terrorists. The men, Babar Ahmad and Syed Talha Ahsan, each said in US district court in New Haven, Connecticut, that they were guilty of two counts of providing support to terrorists for running the site...

Imprisoned CIA whistleblower tells his story

Imprisoned CIA whistleblower tells his story 11 Dec 2013 Christopher Boyce was a 21-year-old intelligence worker, who became so disillusioned with the CIA's alleged surveillance operations against America's allies in the 1970s that he decided to leak the information to the Soviet Union. Boyce's story was depicted in the 1985 film The Falcon and the Snowman.

NYT Reporters Sue Homeland Security in FOIA Fight

NYT Reporters Sue Homeland Security in FOIA Fight 10 Dec 2013 Two reporters for The New York Times have sued the Department of Homeland Security after they were questioned at an airport as they headed to overseas assignments. The Freedom of Information Act lawsuit was filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Manhattan.

In surprise move, Steve Stockman challenges John Cornyn

In surprise move, Steve Stockman challenges John Cornyn 10 Dec 2013 Firebrand Texas Republican Rep. Steve Stockman on Monday mounted a surprise primary challenge to Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas), setting the stage for the latest potentially explosive battle between a tea party darling and an incumbent firmly backed by the GOP establishment.

9/11 Link to Saudi Arabia Is Topic of 28 Redacted Pages in Government Report

9/11 Link to Saudi Arabia Is Topic of 28 Redacted Pages in Government Report --Bush stated in 2003 that releasing  pages would violate national security 09 Dec 2013 This year, Reps. Walter B.

New Legislation Would Ban NSA From Arizona

New Legislation Would Ban NSA From Arizona --State senator says 'the NSA isn't welcome in Arizona unless it follows the Constitution' 09 Dec 2013 Arizona state Sen. Kelli Ward announced legislation Monday that would ban the National Security Agency from operating in her state.

Edward Snowden voted Guardian person of the year 2013

Edward Snowden voted Guardian person of the year 2013 --NSA whistleblower's victory, for exposing the scale of internet surveillance, follows that of Chelsea Manning last year 10 Dec 2013 For the second year in a row, a young American whistleblower alarmed at the unfettered and at times cynical deployment of power by the world's foremost superpower has been voted the Guardian's person of the year.

Dorm room demolitions

Dorm room demolitions #UMMockEviction By Students Allied for Freedom and Equality 09 Dec 2013 'If you do not vacate the premises by 13 DEC 6 PM, we reserve the right to demolish your premises without delay. We cannot be held responsible for property or persons remaining inside. Charges for demolition will be applied to your student account.' This is the message thousands of University of Michigan students awoke to Tuesday morning.

Rolling Stone issue with accused bomber dubbed 'hottest cover'

Rolling Stone issue with accused bomber dubbed 'hottest cover' 09 Dec 2013 The controversial [but not 'controversial' when the New York Times published the identical picture] Rolling Stone issue featuring accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been named "Hottest Cover of The Year" by Adweek.

NYPD Orders Precincts to Deny Journalists Access to Crime Reports

NYPD Orders Precincts to Deny Journalists Access to Crime Reports 06 Dec 2013 The NYPD has ordered the city's 77 police precincts to stop giving out any information to the media about crimes taking place in their neighborhoods, cutting off a long-standing source of information for New Yorkers.

Transformer explosion, fire shuts down nuclear reactor in Arkansas

Transformer explosion, fire shuts down nuclear reactor in Arkansas --Explosion resulted in a fire at switchyard --Unit 2 will remain offline while the cause of the explosion is investigated and damages are assessed. 09 Dec 2013 The U.S.

Newtown to media: Leave us alone on anniversary

Newtown to media: Leave us alone on anniversary [of Sandy Hook false flag] 09 Dec 2013 Local government officials are urging the news media to stay away Saturday, the first anniversary of the Dec. 14 shootings that at Sandy Hook Elementary School. USA TODAY Editor-in-Chief David Callaway said the news organization will not report on the anniversary from Newtown on Saturday.

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