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July 13, 2012
US Has No Idea Who’s a Taliban ‘Leader’

From Wired Original article available here Since January 2011, the U.S.-led coalition in Afghanistan claims it’s killed or captured over 100 insurgent ...

July 13, 2012
Tiny 2-Foot Missile Could Be ‘Months’ Away From Drone War

From Wired Original article available here The drone war could be shrinking faster than anyone expected. Raytheon’s teeny, tiny drone missile might be ...

July 13, 2012
Navy Beginning To Implement Underwater Drones In Gulf

From CBS DC Original article available here Hold your breath, drone lovers. Literally. Amid concerns of Iran closing the Strait of Hormuz during a potentia...

July 13, 2012
Obama's Scramble for Africa Secret Wars, Secret Bases

From Truthout Original article available here They call it the New Spice Route, an homage to the medieval trade network that connected Europe, Africa, and As...

July 13, 2012
Congress Considers Prosecutions of Reporters Over Leaked Information

From Truthout Original article available here Washington - In response to New York Times stories that relied on leaks of sensitive national-security informat...

July 13, 2012
TSA Should Follow the Law

From Cato at Liberty Original article available here A year ago this coming Sunday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ordered the Transportation...

July 12, 2012
The Drone Zone

From The New York Times Original article available here Holloman Air Force Base, at the eastern edge of New Mexico’s White Sands Missile Range, 200 mil...

July 12, 2012
The Seven Rules of Bureaucracy

From Ludwig von Mises Institute Original article available here One of Wolfman Jack's favorite tongue-in-cheek commercials, delivered in his raspy voice,...

July 12, 2012
WikiLeaks Wins Case Against VISA

From Russia Today Original article available here The Reykjavík District Court has ruled that Valitor, formerly known as VISA Iceland, violated contra...

July 12, 2012
In This Election, Pick Your Elite

From The Washington Post Original article available here I don’t know whether this was the intention — one certainly assumes so — but the h...

July 12, 2012
SWAT Raid on Organizers of Occupy Seattle

From Reader Supported News Original article available here Early morning, July 10, SWAT police forced their way into the Seattle apartment of organizers from...

July 12, 2012
US Sends Forces to Persian Gulf Ahead of Possible Clash with Iran

From Haaretz Original article available here The United States is building up its navel power in the Persian Gulf in response to threats by Iranian officials...

July 12, 2012
Mexicans Loudly Protest Election Results, Mass Media Quiet

From FOX News Latino Original article available here Tens of thousands of protestors took to the streets in cities throughout Mexico the day after presidenti...

July 11, 2012
National Reconnaissance Office Accused of Illegally Collecting Personal Data

From Truthout Original article available here One of the nation’s most secretive intelligence agencies is pressuring its polygraphers to obtain intimat...

July 11, 2012
Hidden Government Scanners Will Instantly Know Everything About You

From Gizmodo Original article available here Within the next year or two, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will instantly know everything about your ...

July 11, 2012
Police Embracing Tech that Predicts Crimes

From CNN Original article available here (CNN) -- For something that predicts the future, the software is deceptively simple looking. A map of a city is ma...

July 11, 2012
Taliban Commander: We Cannot Win War and al-Qaida is a 'Plague'

From The Guardian Original article available here One of the Taliban's most senior commanders has admitted the insurgents cannot win the war in Afghanist...

July 11, 2012
Afghan Women Protest Over Woman’s Public Execution

From Al Arabiya News Original article available here Dozens of Afghan women’s rights activists took to the streets Wednesday to protest against the rec...

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