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Congresswoman Fears Hizbullah 'Israel-Like Bombings' in US

Gag me with a chainsaw! Congresswoman Fears Hizbullah 'Israel-Like Bombings' in US 29 Jun 2010 A Republican Congresswoman has warned that Hizbullah terrorists, hooked up with Mexican drug cartels, may be planning "Israel-like bombings" against customs officials or National Guard units on the U.S. border. North Carolina legislator Sue Myrick wrote Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, urging a task force "to engage U.S. and Mexican law enforcement and border patrol officials about Hizbullah's presence, activities, and connections to gangs and drug cartels." [If this *nutjob* is seeking connections to gangs and drug cartels, talk to Wachovia Corp., their biggest backer.]

Top Republican: Raise Social Security's retirement age to 70

Top Republican: Raise Social Security's retirement age to 70 29 Jun 2010 A Republican-held Congress might look to raise the retirement age to 70, House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Sociopath-Ohio) suggested Monday. Boehner, the top Republican lawmaker in the House, said raising the retirement age by five years, indexing benefits to the rate of inflation and means-testing benefits would make the massive entitlement program more solvent.

Europe approves US mass data grab

Europe approves US mass data grab --Feds get all our bank info 29 Jun 2010 Europe has signed a deal to hand over all bank transaction data to the US in order to help the ongoing war on terrorism. The SWIFT agreement was signed yesterday in Brussels by Spanish minister for home affairs Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba and the US embassy's economic officer to the EU, Michael Dodman... The European Data Protection Supervisor remains unimpressed and has questioned the need for bulk transfers of data and the time such data is kept without being investigated by US authorities.

US claims 'Russian spies' used British passports

US claims 'Russian spies' used British passports 29 Jun 2010 Government officials have confirmed to Channel 4 News they are investigating the alleged use of fake British and Irish passports by suspected Russian spies in America. Members of the alleged spy ring, who were rounded up in FBI raids in Boston, New York, New Jersey and Virginia, were using fake British and Irish passports, according to US government papers. The FBI arrested 10 people for allegedly serving for years as secret agents of Russia's intelligence service, the SVR, with the goal of penetrating US government policymaking circles. [See the full charge sheet here.]

Banks Financing Mexico Drug Traffickers Admitted in Wells Fargo Deal

Banks Financing Mexico Drug Traffickers Admitted in Wells Fargo Deal --Wachovia had made a habit of helping move money for Mexican drug smugglers. 29 Jun 2010 Just before sunset on April 10, 2006, a DC-9 jet landed at the international airport in the port city of Ciudad del Carmen, 500 miles east of Mexico City. As soldiers on the ground approached the plane, the crew tried to shoo them away, saying there was a dangerous oil leak. So the troops grew suspicious and searched the jet. They found 128 black suitcases, packed with 5.7 tons of cocaine, valued at $100 million. The stash was supposed to have been delivered from Caracas to drug traffickers in Toluca, near Mexico City, Mexican prosecutors later found. The smugglers had bought the DC-9 with laundered funds they transferred through two of the biggest banks in the U.S.: Wachovia Corp. and Bank of America Corp., Bloomberg Markets magazine reports in its August 2010 issue.

Hurricane Alex could make land late Wednesday

Hurricane Alex could make land late Wednesday 30 Jun 2010 Hurricane Alex strengthened in the Gulf of Mexico early on Wednesday and was expected to make landfall later in the day but skirt Mexican oil rigs and U.S. oil fields, alleviating concerns in crude markets. The first named storm of the Atlantic season became a Category 1 hurricane late Tuesday night as it slowly moved west toward northern Mexico where it was expected to drop as much as a foot of rain.

Texas Preps Emergency Weather Response for Possible Hurricane Alex

Texas Preps Emergency Weather Response for Possible Hurricane Alex 29 Jun 2010 People on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border began slowly crossing items off hurricane checklists Tuesday while government officials implored them to heed Tropical Storm Alex as it approached hurricane strength and churned toward northeast Mexico. The storm, threatening to become a Category 1 hurricane overnight, was expected to make landfall somewhere south of Matamoros, Mexico, on Wednesday evening with winds at 90 mph and gusting higher.

Airport body scanners deliver radiation dose 20 times higher than first thought, warns expert

Airport body scanners deliver radiation dose 20 times higher than first thought, warns expert 30 Jun 2010 Full body scanners at airports could increase your risk of skin cancer, experts warn. The X-ray machines have been brought in at Manchester, Gatwick and Heathrow. Scientists say that the low level beam does deliver a small dose of radiation to the body but because the beam concentrates on the skin - one of the most radiation-sensitive organs of the human body - that dose may be up to 20 times higher than first estimated.

June Marks Deadliest Month in Afghanistan War

June Marks Deadliest Month in Afghanistan War --At Least 100 Coalition Troops Killed in June and 400 Americans Wounded 29 Jun 2010 America's longest war is growing more deadly, reports CBS News. U.S. and NATO troops are being killed and injured almost daily. In June, at least 100 coalition troops have been killed, including 54 Americans. Nearly 400 Americans were wounded. Improvised explosive devices, or IEDs placed by the side of the road are the fastest-growing danger troops face.

Russian spies in UK 'at cold war levels', says MI5

Russian spies in UK 'at cold war levels', says MI5 --"The number of Russian intelligence officers in London is at the same level as in Soviet times", MI5 says on its website. 29 Jun 2010 The uncovering of the spy ring in the US is unlikely to surprise MI5. In recent years the agency has been building up its counter-espionage arm against Russian and other foreign spies for the first time since the end of the cold war, according to counter-intelligence officials. Though its priority remains the threat from extreme Islamist and al-Qaida inspired terrorism, MI5 officers have been switched to counter more traditional tasks against foreign states whose intentions are considered hostile, officials say.

Democrats drop fee from bank bill to 'secure votes'

Democrats drop fee from bank bill to 'secure votes' --The money would have been used to pay for the costs of the legislation. 29 Jun 2010 Top DemocRATic House and Senate negotiators who worked out a deal on a sweeping overhaul of financial regulations regrouped Tuesday to eliminate a $19 billion fee on banks that had threatened to derail the legislation. Eager to salvage one of President Barack Obama's legislative priorities, lawmakers replaced the bank fee with money generated by ending the $700 billion bank bailout and by increasing bank premiums on deposit insurance. The bill's fate was thrown into doubt this week following the death of Sen. Robert Byrd, D-W.Va., and after Republican Sen. Scott Brown of Massachusetts vowed to abandon his support for the bill if it retained the assessment on large banks and hedge funds. [Right, the little maggot wants taxpayers to pay instead of his banking/Wall Street overlords.]

Cameron to launch inquiry into MI5 torture allegations

Cameron to launch inquiry into MI5 torture allegations 30 Jun 2010 Victims of torture carried out with the knowledge of British agents could receive compensation, the Government has decided. David Cameron is expected to announce a judge-led inquiry shortly into the long-running allegations that British intelligence officers were complicit in British residents being tortured by the security services of other countries. The move could cause tension with the US, which had already hinted that the sharing of classified information with Britain could be put at risk if the work of its agents torturers is put under the spotlight.

Israel raid on Gaza flotilla a premeditated 'terrorist attack', say Turkish organizers

Israel raid on Gaza flotilla a premeditated 'terrorist attack', say Turkish organizers --Report drafted by IHH, the Turkish NGO which spearheaded the May 31 flotilla, calls says IDF deadly takeover 'an attack against all humanity and peace'. 29 Jun 2010 The Israel Navy's deadly takeover of a humanitarian aid flotilla bound for the Gaza Strip was a pre-mediated "terrorist" attack motivated by hostility, the Turkish NGO that organized the convoy wrote in a special report released on Tuesday. "Israel exhibited an example of illegal action by stopping the attempts for breaking the embargo in Gaza which is a collective punishment of Palestinians," according to the report compiled by IHH regarding the May 31 raid on the Mavi Marmara, which left nine Turkish activists dead.

ACLU to challenge U.S. on no-fly list

ACLU to challenge U.S. on no-fly list 29 Jun 2010 The American Civil Liberties Union plans to sue the U.S. government on Wednesday on behalf of 10 citizens or legal permanent residents who have been placed on a no-fly list and, in some cases, stranded abroad. The suit, in which the ACLU charges that the government has violated the plaintiffs' constitutional rights, marks the first time the group has mounted a legal challenge to the no-fly list.

13 killed in Iraq attacks, including army general

13 killed in Iraq attacks, including army general 29 Jun 2010 A series of bombings and shootings around Iraq Tuesday claimed 13 lives, including four policemen, an Iraqi army general and a 9-year-old girl, Iraqi officials said. The four policemen were killed when an explosives-laden car detonated next to a police patrol in the town of Beiji, 155 miles (250 kilometers) north of Baghdad, said Iraqi police officials. A civilian in a nearby vehicle was also killed and at least seven civilians were wounded in that attack. A brigadier general with the Iraqi army was killed when a bomb attached to his car exploded in Kazimiyah, a district in northern Baghdad, police and hospital officials said.

General Petraeus: US troops to remain in Afghanistan for years

General Petraeus: US troops to remain in Afghanistan for years 29 Jun 2010 Gen. David Petraeus on Tuesday appeared to adroitly navigate around the potential pitfalls of his nomination hearing lie to be commander of allied forces in the Afghanistan war. In particular, General Petraeus vowed to senators that he supports President Obama’s Afghan strategy [!], including its exit plan, while simultaneously reassuring them that the US commitment to the fight there "is an enduring one." Petraeus repeated that the July 2011 deadline for the beginning of troop withdrawals is flexible and that any such drawdown will occur only if it is warranted by conditions on the ground.

DailyKos polls were "bunk"

Just like former CIA-agent wannabe Markos Moulitsas himself: DailyKos polls were "bunk" 29 Jun 2010 Markos Moulitsas, the proprietor of the popular liberal blog DailyKos, just posted a report that he believes shows the site's pollster, Research 2000, was using "fraudulent" numbers. As Josh Marshall writes, the report is "explosive"; if Kos and the three statistics experts who approached him are right, they've caught a well-known and oft-cited pollster in outright deception.

US Senate committee confirms Gen Petraeus as new Afghanistan commander

US Senate committee confirms Gen Petraeus as new Afghanistan commander 30 Jun 2010 A key Senate committee on Tuesday confirmed General David Petraeus as the new US and NATO commander in Afghanistan after a hearing marked by bickering over the July, 2011, troop withdrawal deadline. The Senate Armed Services Committee, where he testified earlier in the day, confirmed his nomination by a voice vote. His nomination now goes to the full Senate for confirmation.

US banks off the hook until 2022

US banks off the hook until 2022 --Political reality Democrats' surrender  has forced compromise into the final version of the financial regulation 'reform' bill in the US 29 Jun 2010 It was billed by Barack Obama as the toughest crackdown on Wall Street since the great depression. But top US banks could be given until 2022 to comply with the so-called Volcker rule, which is supposed to restrict financial institutions' riskier trading activities. A string of delays and extension periods written into a final version of Congress's financial regulation reform bill means that firms such as Citigroup and Goldman Sachs could exploit loopholes until 2022 before withdrawing from "illiquid" funds such as private equity.

Petraeus vows long-term commitment in Afghan war

Endless bl*wjobs for Blackwater, thanks to Betrayus replacement scam: Petraeus vows long-term commitment in Afghan war --General: Troops will be in Afghanistan 'for quite some time' 29 Jun 2010 Gen. David H. Petraeus told senators Tuesday that he would insist on "an unshakeable commitment to teamwork among all elements of the U.S. government" as the new commander of U.S. and foreign forces in Afghanistan, as the Obama administration sought his quick confirmation to replace fired Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal.

EU, US sign anti-terror finance deal

EU, US sign anti-terror finance deal 28 Jun 2010 Europe and the United States signed on Monday a new deal allowing Washington to access bank data to track terrorist finance after easing European concerns about privacy rights. The agreement now needs the green light from the European parliament, which had blocked an initial deal in February, barring the United States from seeing the bank data since then. The system was introduced in the wake of the attacks of September 11, 2001 in the United States to help tackle the financing of terrorism.

US drone attack kills 6 in NW Pakistan

US drone attack kills 6 in NW Pakistan 29 Jun 2010 Missiles fired by a US drone have killed at least six people in Pakistan's northwestern tribal belt where pro-Taliban militants are believed to be holed up. CIA-operated drones on Tuesday struck a compound in Karikot village which allegedly belonged to a militant commander, AFP quoted a senior Pakistani security official as saying on condition of anonymity. The missiles landed about 10 kilometers (six miles) southwest of Wana, the main town in the South Waziristan district.

One million protest against Italy's austerity cuts

One million protest against Italy's austerity cuts 26 Jun 2010 Italians marched through cities and towns yesterday in a general strike protesting an austerity budget they say bleeds workers but spares the rich. The left-leaning CGIL union called the strike in an effort to force prime minister Silvio Berlusconi's government to redraft a €25 billion austerity package he says is an essential part of European efforts to save the currency. The website of the CGIL, Italy’s largest union, said more than one million people took part in various demonstrations in large and small cities around the country.

The Toronto G20 Riot Fraud: Undercover Police engaged in Purposeful Provocation

The Toronto G20 Riot Fraud: Undercover Police engaged in Purposeful Provocation At Tax Payers' Expense By Terry Burrows 27 Jun 2010 Here is another 'black bloc' operative stomping on the roof of a Toronto Police car. Where are the police? He is obviously being "allowed" to trash the vehicle to create what will become the signature media images of the event -- burning police cars in Toronto. But stamping on shattered glass and plastic is pretty hard on your shoes. But his shoes can obviously take it because he is wearing the same brand new distinctive black combat boots as the Starbucks rock throwing provocateur above.

High court rejects Iraq case against Halliburton

High court rejects Iraq case against Halliburton 28 Jun 2010 The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from a woman who wants to sue Halliburton for the brain injury her husband suffered when a truck in a fuel convoy crashed in Iraq. The justices, without comment Monday, let stand a federal appeals court ruling dismissing the lawsuit filed by Annette Carmichael of Atlanta, on behalf of her husband, Sgt. Keith Carmichael. The Obama administration recommended denial of the appeal.

Robert Byrd, Longest-Serving US Senator, Dies at 92

Robert Byrd, Longest-Serving US Senator, Dies at 92 28 Jun 2010 Robert Byrd, the 92-year-old West Virginia Democrat who served in the U.S. Senate for 51 years, died Monday. A spokesman for the family, Jesse Jacobs, said Mr. Byrd died peacefully at about 3 a.m. at Inova Hospital in Fairfax, Va. His health had been failing for several years. A master of Senate procedures and orator... Mr. Byrd served longer, voted more frequently, and probably used the arcane Senate rules to more effect any previous denizen of the nation's senior legislative house.

Ex-Chicago policeman guilty of lying about torture

Ex-Chicago policeman guilty of lying about torture 28 Jun 2010 A retired Chicago police commander suspected of using electric shocks, suffocation and mock executions to force suspects to confess was found guilty on Monday of lying about the brutality. Jon Burge was tried on perjury and obstruction of justice charges because the alleged torture occurred too long ago for him to be directly accused of those crimes. The guilty verdict on all three counts in a federal indictment means he could face up to 45 years in prison.

Byrd special election to be held in 2012

Byrd special election to be held in 2012 28 Jun 2010 West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie Tennant (D) announced this afternoon that a special election to replace the late Sen. Robert Byrd (D) will be held in 2012, not this fall as some had speculated. Calling the state election code an "interesting" document, Tennant said that because the filing deadline for this election had long passed that the "next" election for a special to be held was not November 2010 but November 2012.

New Ballot Machines Are Flawed, Suit Says

New Ballot Machines Are Flawed, Suit Says 27 Jun 2010 Electronic voting machines being deployed for the first time this year across New York City and the rest of the state contain a flaw that could lead to thousands of votes being thrown out, according to a lawsuit that advocacy groups will file Monday. The problem, according to the legal complaint, revolves around voters who accidentally pick too many candidates for a particular race -- an error known as “overvoting,” which invalidates the incorrect part of their ballot.

Dick Cheney Released From Hospital

Dick Cheney Released From Hospital 28 Jun 2010 Former Vice President [sic] Dick Cheney has been released from George Washington University Hospital, according to his spokesperson Peter Long. Cheney, who has long fought heart disease, was admitted to the hospital on Friday after complaining of discomfort. Following testing over the weekend, Cheney was given IV treatment for retention of fluid related to his coronary artery disease, which improved his condition.

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