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Business Who Benefited? Proof of Insider trading before 9/11/01 Watch the Video

  Is there any truth in the allegations that informed circles made substantial profits in the financial markets in connection to the terror attacks of September 11, 2001, on the United States? Arguably, the best…

Business United States of Paranoia: How the FBI Spied and Lied So Conspiracy Theorists Would Sound Crazy

The following is an excerpt from Jesse Walker’s new book, The United States of Paranoia: A Conspiracy Theory (Harper Collins Publishers, Inc [2], 2013):  The special agent in charge of the FBI’s San Diego office had…

Business NSA bugged UN headquarters

The US National Security Agency (NSA) successfully cracked the encryption code protecting the United Nations’ internal videoconferencing system, according to documents seen by Germany’s Der Spiegel. The United States was not just busy spying on…

Business The Most Dangerous Place to Be Black

For Florida, being at the center of a maelstrom about race and justice for black Americans is nothing new. Especially if you ever had a run-in with Lake County’s brutal seven-term sheriff, Willis McCall. “[I]t’s…

Business Eavesdropping on the Whole World

How do U.S. intelligence agencies eavesdrop on the whole world? The ideal place to tap trans-border telecommunications is undersea cables that carry an estimated 90 percent of international voice traffic. These cables date back in…

Business The Destruction Of America’s Middle Class (In Under Seven Minutes)

While hardly news to frequent visitors, especially those who recall the following list, anyone who needs a 7 minute refresher into why the US middle class is on collision course with extinction is urged to…

Business 5 Companies That Make Money By Keeping Americans Terrified of Terror Attacks

A massive industry profits off the government-induced fear of terrorism. Michael Hayden, the former director of the National Security Agency, has invaded America’s television sets in recent weeks to warn about Edward Snowden’s leaks and the continuing terrorist threat to America….

Business U.S. military needs Egypt for access to critical area

The U.S. military is heavily dependent on Egypt to move personnel and equipment to Afghanistan and around volatile parts of the Middle East, complicating U.S. efforts to place pressure on the Egyptian military in the…

Business Top Security Expert: Treating EVERYONE Like a Potential Terrorist Weakens Our Ability to Protect America

Mission Creep Is Weakening Counter-Terror Efforts Bruce Schneier is an internationally-recognized security expert who regularly writes for CNN, Wired and other publications. Schneier’s blog was just listed by Time as one of the 25 best…

Business Copyright Infringement Is Being Treated as Terrorism

Counter-Terrorism Gone Crazy Top American security experts say that using “anti-terror” powers to go after non-terrorism related activities hurts our national security. A good example is copyright infringement. The Patriot Act has been invoked in…

Business You Won’t BELIEVE What’s Going On with Government Spying on Americans

New Revelations Are Breaking Every Day Revelations about the breathtaking scope of government spying are coming so fast that it’s time for an updated roundup: Just weeks after NSA boss Alexander said that a review…

Business New Poll Finds Majority of Americans Thought We’d Live Inside Computers By Now

According to a nationwide poll published Thursday by the Pew Research Center, an overwhelming majority of Americans said they were surprised that technology had not yet advanced to the point at which everyone lives inside…

Business CIA declassifies Area 51, no mention of UFOs, extraterrestrials

The US government has admitted to the existence of a top-secret site in the Nevada desert, but the declassification will probably do little to calm ‘conspiracy theories’ over UFOs and other rumors involving the place….

Business Pole vault champion Isinbayeva under fire over ‘gay propaganda’ comments

Olympic pole vault champion Yelena Isinbayeva has come under fire from LGBT activists after defending Russia’s controversial “gay propaganda” law. After some athletes branded her “homophobic,” she has rejected the accusation she is anti-gay. LGBT…

Business US nuclear plants vulnerable to 9/11-style terrorist attacks

The more than 100 nuclear reactors across the United States are inadequately prepared to repulse terrorist attacks, a new report warns. The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, or NRC, presently requires that energy plants are capable…

Business Students offered grants if they tweet pro-Israeli propaganda

In a campaign to improve its image abroad, the Israeli government plans to provide scholarships to hundreds of students at its seven universities in exchange for their making pro-Israel Facebook posts and tweets to foreign…

Business Burdensome Airport Security: Pay the Government for Relief?

For air travelers tired of the ever-worsening burden of airport security, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is widening to all U.S. citizens the eligibility of its prescreening process, called PreCheck. Americans, who recently have had…

Business Bank of Cyprus depositors lose 47.5% of savings

Depositors at bailed-out Cyprus’ largest bank will lose 47.5% of their savings exceeding 100,000 euros ($132,000), the government said Monday. The figure comes four months after Cyprus agreed on a 23 billion-euro ($30.5 billion) rescue…

Business Swiftcoin Encrypts Mail, Makes Every Sender Unique Every Time

The privacy of data sent via email is in serious doubt. In the past 12 months, the firm Proofpoint has found that 44% of American companies suffered a breach of confidential data sent by email….

Business 80% of US Citizens Facing Poverty, no work

Four out of 5 U.S. adults struggle with joblessness, near-poverty or reliance on welfare for at least parts of their lives, a sign of deteriorating economic security and an elusive American dream. Survey data exclusive…

Civil Liberties No Freedom of the Press. Journalists can’t Protect Sources

A federal appeals court ruled Friday that New York Times journalist James Risen must testify in the trial of a former Central Intelligence Agency officer accused of leaking classified national defense information to the media….

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