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Soviet Era Space Walk to Save Space Station Revealed

The Little-Known Soviet Mission to Rescue a Dead Space Station By: Nickolai Belakovski via Arstechnica.com The following story happened in 1985 but subsequently vanished into obscurity. Over the years, many details have been twisted, others created. Even the original storytellers got some things just plain wrong. After extensive research, writer Nickolai Belakovski is able to […]

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Australian Senate Passes New “Law” that Will Criminalize the Free Press

Senate Passes New Counter-Terrorism Laws Giving Stronger Powers to Intelligence Agency ASIO By: Naomi Woodley via ABC.net.au The first in a series of bills to significantly expand Australia’s national security laws has passed the Senate, despite repeated attempts by the Greens and some crossbenchers to water down proposed new penalties for disclosing secret information. The […]

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As the West Worries About Islamic Actions Abroad, Australian Sailor Attacked in Sydney

Uniformed Australian Defence Force Member Allegedly Attacked by Men of Middle Eastern Appearance in Western Sydney Matthew Benns By: Matthew Benns vua News.com.au A MEMBER of the Australian defence forces has been assaulted and threatened by two men of Middle Eastern appearance in Bella Vista in north-western Sydney. The attack follows the knife attack on two […]

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All About the Oil: China Sends Military Forces to South Sudan

China to Send 700 Troops to South Sudan to Assist U.N. Mission By: Reuters – AlertNet via ReliefWeb.int China said on Thursday it will send 700 troops to join a U.N. peacekeeping mission in South Sudan, where fighting has threatened Beijing’s oil investments. The troops will assist the U.N. with protecting citizens and humanitarian workers […]

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Neo-Stasi Proposals Gain Traction Down Under with Internet Ease Dropping Warrant

Proposed Terror Law Would Allow Australia’s Entire Internet to be Monitored with Just One Warrant By: Glyn Moody via TechDirt.com Recently, Techdirt has been following the Australian government’s moves to bring in intrusive new surveillance powers. The “justification” for all this is, of course, “terrorism”, which has become the lazy politician’s excuse for everything, and […]

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U.S. Government in Complete Control of the Media as Proven Yet Again by White House Revelations

Reporters say White House Sometimes Demands Changes to Press-Pool Reports By: Paul Farhi via Washington Post White House press-pool reports are supposed to be the news media’s eyes and ears on the president, an independent chronicle of his public activities. They are written by reporters for other reporters, who incorporate them into news articles about […]

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NSA Now Targeting Public School Students in Huntsville, AL Program

Huntsville Schools say Call from NSA Led to Monitoring Students Online By: Dr. Casey Wardynski via AL.com A secret program to monitor students’ online activities began quietly in Huntsville schools, following a phone call from the NSA, school officials say. Huntsville schools Superintendent Casey Wardynski says the system began monitoring social media sites 18 months ago, […]

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Mission Creep: Army Division HQ Headed to Iraq

Army Chief: Division Headquarters Will Deploy Soon to Iraq By: Solomon via Army Times As the U.S. expands its war against the Islamic State, the Army is preparing to deploy a division headquarters to Iraq. Officials have not identified the division that will deploy — the first division headquarters to go to Iraq since the […]

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U.S. No Longer the Land of the Free or Home of the Brave

Caught on Tape: What Happens When You Try to Exercise Your Constitutional Rights in Illinois By: Tyler Durden via Mike Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg blog What follows is the most powerful recorded police checkpoint scene I have witnessed since posting: Extremely Powerful Video – Happy 4th of July from a Police State Checkpoint, last summer.  While the […]

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Assault on Internet Freedom Escalates with Search Engine DuckDuckGo.com Being Banned in China

China Blocks Privacy-Focused Search Engine DuckDuckGo By: Electronista.com Staff The privacy-centric search engine DuckDuckGo is unable to be used in China. Selling itself as a service which does not collect personal information about its users, DuckDuckGo has been inaccessible in the country since earlier this month, and though there is no official explanation from any […]

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Rise of the BRICS: Eastern Nation India Sees First Probe Reach Orbit of Mars

India Creates History as ISRO’s First Mars Orbiter Mangalyaan Successfully Enters Red Planet’s Orbit By: IBNLive.com via CNN Bangalore: It was a truly historic moment for India as the country’s first Mars Orbiter Mission, popularly known as Mangalyaan was successfully placed in the red planet’s orbit on Wednesday morning. September 24, 2014 will go down […]

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With the Fukushima Crisis Ongoing, Tokyo PR Campaign Meets Ground Resistence

Demonstrators Rally Against Restarting Nuclear Plants By: AFP via JapanToday.com Some 16,000 people rallied Tuesday in Tokyo against the government’s plan to restart nuclear reactors, more than three years after the Fukushima disaster, Jiji Press said. It was one of the largest anti-nuclear demonstrations since the nuclear watchdog on September 10 approved plans to restart […]

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Problem, Action, Fabricated Solution: Attack on Assad Underway with “Terrorism” Excuse as Cover

Why Are We Bombing Syria? By: Dennis Kucinich via TruthDig.com This commentary was originally published on The Huffington Post The administration’s response to the conjunction of this weekend’s People’s Climate March and the International Day of Peace? 1) Bomb Syria the following day, to wrest control of the oil from ISIS which gained its foothold […]

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