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Investigate 9/11: September 11 Was an Inside Job

Business September 11: A Bernie Madoff Sized Fraud – Chapter 2

A video by Daniel Bruno, Chartered Market Technician.  Post Graduate Diploma, Financial Strategy, Oxford University. Private Pilot. _______________________________ Investigate September 11 – Chapter I     Editorial by Daniel Bruno, private pilot. In the following…

Investigate 9/11: September 11 Was an Inside Job

Business September 11, 2001, Twin Towers and WTC 7 are Bombed. Plane Collisions are the Cause Cover Story

A video by Daniel Bruno, Chartered Market Technician.  Post Graduate Diploma, Financial Strategy, Oxford University. Private Pilot. Investigate September 11: In remembrance of all my fellow Gothamites coldly sacrificed by psychopaths to further the twisted geopolitical…

Civil Liberties Demystifying 9/11: Israel and the Tactics of Mistake

I am also absolutely certain as a strategic analyst that 9/11 itself, from which all else flows, was a classic Mossad-orchestrated operation. But Mossad did not do it alone.” By Dr. Alan Sabrosky Many years…

Business King’s dream still just a dream after 50 years

As America marks the 50th anniversary of a landmark speech delivered by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, it’s fitting to ask the most important question: has the ‘dream’ of a just society built upon a…

Business Codename ‘Apalachee’: How America Spies on Europe and the UN

By Laura Poitras, Marcel Rosenbach and Holger Stark President Obama promised that NSA surveillance activities were aimed exclusively at preventing terrorist attacks. But secret documents from the intelligence agency show that the Americans spy on…

Business Snowden B. Goode

It’s a 1984+29 thriller: part Daniel Ellsberg, part Tom Clancy, part Inspector Kluzo with a dash of Tom Hanks thrown in…and we are just getting settled into our seats! Edward Snowden squealed on the don…

African-American Nelson Mandela: An Icon To Be Remembered

Nelson Mandela, a leader and public icon, is still in intensive care after being rushed to a hospital for a recurring lung infection. His condition remains unchanged and his family and close friends believe that…

Civil Liberties Democratic State Senator Wendy Davis’s Filibuster Against an Anti-Abortion Law in Texas

Minutes away from casting a final vote on the decision to keep an anti-abortion law in Texas in effect, the Republican Senate found that Democratic State Senator Wendy Davis succeeded in distracting them as their…

Civil Liberties The Demolition of DOMA: Another Victory for Same-Sex Couples

Wednesday, June 26, 2013 was a historic moment for same-sex couples when the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) was struck down by the Supreme Court, therefore allowing for the same federal benefits to be granted…

Business Is The Expression Of The Right To Bear Arms Considered Inappropriate?

We all know that it’s against school policy to wear inappropriate clothing, but does a shirt expressing the right to bear arms really count as something inappropriate? Apparently it’s deemed as a violation of school…

Business Expelled From A Religious University For Being A Lesbian

Grace University, a religious institution, expelled a female student for going against school policy. Danielle Powell was kicked out when the university found out that she is a lesbian. According to the university’s policies, it…

American culture French Open 2013: A Place For Tennis and….Protesting Against Same-Sex Marriage?

Rafael Nadal’s victory in the 2013 French Open on Sunday, June 9 over fellow Spaniard David Ferrer was surely a tennis match with an interesting twist. The match was briefly interrupted when a shirtless protester…

Civil Liberties Expression of Heritage: A Violation of Ceremonious Rights?

A graduation ceremony is a memorable day in any student’s life. A day of dressing up, excitement, and relishing in the feeling of no more teachers and homework, at least until college starts. High school…

Civil Liberties The War on Marijuana: Effective vs. Ethical

It seems that the War on Marijuana isn’t as effective as some may think, especially to law enforcements. According to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), billions of dollars have been spent on arrests for…

Civil Liberties Discrimination In Schools

Despite the fact that many schools claim not to be discriminatory towards students, the truth of the matter is that this behavior is still present whether others know about it or not. This issue isn’t…

Business Sexual Abuse: A Growing Threat

Sexual Abuse is a disturbing issue to discuss because it can happen to anyone, male or female, and is sometimes not reported. Whether it’s sexual harassment or rape, this form of abuse is unjustifiable and…

Civil Liberties A Federal Appeals Court’s Decision to Ban An Arizona Abortion Law

The issue of abortion is a tough one to discuss considering the controversy it may cause to people with differing views. If you’re against abortion, some may view this as a breach in the freedom…

Business The Fight For Internet Privacy

With a variety of new technological inventions coming out on a monthly basis, there is no doubt that people of all ages want to buy some of the these newest developing items to stay up…

Civil Liberties A Victory for Rhode Island: The Tenth State to Legalize Gay Marriage

Rhode Island became the tenth state to legalize gay marriage on May 2, 2013. Therefore, it is now one of ten states to recognize and acknowledge the relationships between two people of the same sex…

Editor's Desk Japan: Home To The Oldest Living Man and Woman

It isn’t surprising that Japan has the right in boasting about their thriving economy and their high-tech inventions; however, Japan is also the home to the longest living man in the world as well as…

Civil Liberties West, Texas: A Victim of Tragedy

It is a tragedy to learn of the fertilizer plant explosion that occurred on Wednesday night, April 17, 2013 in West, Texas. As of today, according to CNN.com, as many as 35 people were killed…

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