In 1961, President Dwight D. Eisenhower famously warned the country about the "unwarranted influence" of...
Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced today that it filed a formal complaint, dated April 22, 2008, with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) related to a fundraising luncheon held at London’s Spencer House to benefit Senator John McCain’s presidential campaign.
On April 20, 2008 the New York Times published a lengthy article by investigative reporter David Barstow detailing the US Defense Department’s extensive and ongoing program of manipulating news coverage of the Iraq war.
While the mainstream media continues to focus on the Democratic presidential horse race between Sen. Hillary Clinton (N.Y.) and Sen. Barack Obama (Ill.), an ongoing court case charging massive campaign finance fraud on the part of Mrs. Clinton’s Senate campaign has largely been ignored by the corporate-owned press in the United States.
Despite last week's court ruling blocking the enforcement of new gun-control measures in Philadelphia, some faculty, students and city residents are still calling for what they call "common-sense" firearm laws.
Voting rights activists who hoped the federal government would help local governments pay for paper trails and audits for electronic voting machines have gone from elation to frustration as they watched Republicans who supported such a proposal in committee vote against bringing it to the House floor.
Two candidates not named John McCain got a combined 219,913 votes in the Pennsylvania Republican primary Tuesday, and one of them is still in the race.
New Zealand's honey industry could be under attack from INTRODUCED bee diseases, if the Biosecurity and Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Legislation Amendment Bill is passed.
A new generation of antibiotics, new treatments for thinning bone disease and kidney failure, and new cancer treatments may all stand to be lost unless the world acts to reverse the present alarming rate of biodiversity loss a new landmark book says.
History was created last week when a buyer and a seller closed a property deal online.
Your information can be hacked, every purchase traced, your where-abouts tracked... You literally feel naked, but not if you...
A series of reports in the international media have drawn attention to the role of professional speculators and hedge funds in driving up the price of basic commodities—in particular, foodstuffs.
Rising worldwide food prices are resulting in shortages, riots and protests, promises by governments to expand food aid, expressions of concern by international bodies like the World Bank, and stress on household budgets even in developed countries like the U.S. Did this just “happen” or is there a plan?
Science group calls for policies that reduce CAFO subsidies and encourage modern, sustainable meat, milk and egg production.
The Clinton's have pulled out all stops to keep race on the table.
Researchers have found evidence that two common viruses may be lurking behind some cases of lung cancer: human papilloma virus (HPV), already recognized as a cause of cervical cancer, and the measles virus.
McCain possibly picking Huckabee for VP!
Hillary Clinton's campaign debt at the end of March was bigger than it appeared because she didn't list the $5 million she loaned herself, a campaign finance watchdog group reported. ~ Talking Back...
He says the riots at the Democratic National Convention would ensure a Democrat is not elected as president. Says his listeners have a 'responsibility' to make sure it happens! Looks like NWO Limbaugh is helping McCain beat the war drums! ~ SadInAmerica
President Bush yesterday reaffirmed a commitment to progress the much maligned Security and Prosperity Partnership agenda, amid intensified opposition from commentators and critics concerned that the plan constitutes an undermining of national sovereignty.
The price of oil is likely to hit 150 dollars (Canadian, US) a barrel by 2010 and soar to 225 dollars a barrel by 2012 as supply becomes increasingly tight, a Canadian bank said Thursday.
Treasury Department says it will deposit the first 800,000 rebates - five days earlier than expected - in effort to boost economy. ~ See UPDATE
The regeneration of lost body parts has just moved from science fiction to U.S. military policy.
A consequence of widening inequality.