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Jeb Bush Meets with Former Aides near White House

November 27, 2012 by legitgov

Jeb Bush Meets with Former Aides near White House 26 Nov 2012 Former Florida governor Jeb Bush met Monday with a group of his former staffers at the J. W. Marriott hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue, just steps from the White House. Bush, a potential 2016 presidential contender, spent an hour in the hotel's Cannon room, reminiscing and entertaining questions about his political future. In an interview with NRO, Bush did not rule out a presidential run. Neil Newhouse, Mitt Romney's campaign pollster, was at the meeting, as were several veteran Florida operatives.

Obama's Senior Adviser Echoes Romney

November 27, 2012 by legitgov

Obama's Senior Adviser Echoes Romney --David Plouffe touts GOP talking points 26 Nov 2012 Speaking at the University of Delaware this month, Obama's senior adviser David Plouffe pitched a plan we've all heard before...from the mouth of Mitt Romney. With the [Wall Street/Obusha/GOP-manufactured] fiscal cliff inching closer and closer, negotiations are "going to get hairy," Plouffe said. Predictably, he called for Republicans to raise taxes. But here's Plouffe's surprising idea for what Dems need to do to reach a deal: The senior White House adviser repeated Obama's opposition to extending the Bush tax cuts on those earning more than $250,000 a year, but expressed openness to a tax reform deal that could potentially lower what the wealthy pay. "What we also want to do is engage in a process of tax reform that would ultimately produce lower rates, even potentially for the wealthiest," he said. Plouffe added that while the White House wants to engage in comprehensive tax reform, they know they must also "carefully" address the "chief drivers of our deficit": Medicare and Medicaid. [No, a**wipe. The 'chief drivers of our deficit' are you and your Wall Street/military-industrial complex overlords. CLG was onto your sellout sack of sh*t selves *long* before you showed your true rightwing colors in November 2012. --LRP]

Ex-Republicans claim Fla. GOP suppressed Democratic vote

November 27, 2012 by legitgov

Ex-Republicans claim Fla. GOP suppressed Democratic vote 26 Nov 2012 Former Republican Party of Florida Chairman Jim Greer has been claiming for months that state party members engineered a new law to suppress voter turnout, falsely touting voter fraud concerns to advance their mission. Now, other former Republicans and consultants are backing Greer up, The Palm Beach Post reports. Greer, who is under indictment and accused of funneling campaign funds from the Republican Party, has been claiming that state Republicans supported a law (HB 1355)--which, in part, curtailed early voting--simply as a means to stymie the Democratic vote. Staff and consultants "never came in to see me and tell me we had a (voter) fraud issue," Greer told the newspaper. "It's all a marketing ploy."

Former Florida GOP leaders say voter suppression was reason they pushed new election law

November 27, 2012 by legitgov

Former Florida GOP leaders say voter suppression was reason they pushed new election law --Former GOP chair, governor say voter fraud wasn't a concern, but reducing Democratic votes was 25 Nov 2012 A new Florida law that contributed to long voter lines and caused some to abandon voting altogether was intentionally designed by Florida GOP staff and consultants to inhibit Democratic voters, former GOP officials and current GOP consultants have told The Palm Beach Post. Republican leaders said in proposing the law that it was meant to save money and fight voter fraud. But a former GOP chairman and former Gov. Charlie Crist, both of whom have been ousted from the party, now say that fraud concerns were advanced only as subterfuge for the law's main purpose: GOP victory. Former Republican Party of Florida Chairman Jim Greer says he attended various meetings, beginning in 2009, at which party staffers and consultants pushed for reductions in early voting days and hours.

Same-sex case ruling favors gay employee

November 27, 2012 by legitgov

Same-sex case ruling favors gay employee 25 Nov 2012 A regional court council has ordered San Francisco's federal court to pay an employee's costs for insurance coverage for his husband, citing an increasing number of rulings that have declared Congress's ban on same-sex spousal benefits unconstitutional. Last week's ruling by the Judicial Council of the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals was another rebuff of the Defense of Marriage Act, the 1996 law prohibiting federal marital benefits to gay and lesbian couples who are legally married in their states. The U.S. Supreme Court could take up the issue Friday when it reviews challenges to rulings by federal appeals courts in Boston and New York, and from a federal judge in San Francisco, that found the law an unconstitutional act of discrimination.

Texas Schools Teaching Boston Tea Party as Terrorist Act

November 26, 2012 by legitgov

Texas Schools Teaching Boston Tea Party as Terrorist Act 23 Nov 2012 The most historical instance of protesting against taxation without representation is now being taught in Texas schools as a terrorist act. As recently as January of this year, the Texas Education Service Center Curriculum Collaborative [of morons] included a lesson plan that depicted the Boston Tea Party, an event that helped ignite the American Revolution, as an act of terrorism. TheBlaze reports that in a lesson promoted on the TESCCC site as recently as January, a world history/social studies class plan depicted the Boston Tea Party as being anything but patriotic, causing many people to become upset with the lack of transparency and review for lessons. "A local militia, believed to be a terrorist organization, attacked the property of private citizens today at our nation's busiest port," wrote the 'teachers' in charge of organizing the curriculum about the Boston Tea Party.

US to leave 10,000 troops in Afghanistan past 2014

November 26, 2012 by legitgov

US to leave 10,000 troops in Afghanistan past 2014 26 Nov 2012 Some 10,000 US troops will remain in Afghanistan after NATO combat operations end at the end of 2014, US media reports said Sunday. The administration of President Barack Obama aims to keep around 10,000 US troops in Afghanistan after formal combat operations in that country end in 2014, The Wall Street Journal reported late Sunday... However, the paper said, some defense analysts outside of the US government believe that the training and counterterrorism mission would require a much larger US presence -- perhaps as many as 30,000 troops.

TriHealth fires 150 employees for not getting flu shots

November 26, 2012 by legitgov

Flu Fascism: TriHealth fires 150 employees for not getting flu shots 22 Nov 2012 One of Cincinnati's largest employers fired approximately 150 employees Wednesday for failing to get a required flu shot. TriHealth offered all of its 10,800 employees free flu shots. Employees had a month to get the flu shot. The deadline was Nov. 16. Employees who did not get the shot were terminated Wednesday, a company spokesperson said. [NO ONE wants mercury-laden, squalene-filled vaccines! US pharma-terrorists are creating pandemics-for-profit. We'll take your shot after you take ours.]

Protesting Greek municipal workers occupy town halls

November 26, 2012 by legitgov

Protesting Greek municipal workers occupy town halls 22 Nov 2012 Greek municipal workers occupied hundreds of town halls across the country for a fifth day on Thursday to protest against public sector layoffs demanded by European Union and International Monetary Fund lenders. Greece has promised the lenders it will revamp its bloated public sector by putting as many as 27,000 workers into a layoff scheme. City and local workers are expected to be among the first to be laid off under the plan. Their protests have intensified since the Greek government passed a package of austerity measures earlier this month, with workers this week staging daily sit-ins at more than two thirds of the country's 330 city halls and several ministries.

Fire Kills 112 Workers Making Clothes for US Brands

November 26, 2012 by legitgov

Fire Kills 112 Workers Making Clothes for US Brands 25 Nov 2012  The 100-plus workers who died in a fire late Saturday at a high-rise garment factory in Bangladesh were working overtime making clothes for major American retailers, including [terrorists] Wal-Mart, according to workers' rights groups. Officials in Bangladesh said the flames at the Tazreen Fashions factory outside Dhaka spread rapidly on the ground floor, trapping those on the higher floors of the nine-story building. There were no exterior fire escapes, according to officials, and many died after jumping from upper floors to escape the flames. As firemen continued to remove bodies Sunday, officials said at least 112 people had died but that the number of fatalities could go higher. [Solution: Boycott sacks of sh*t of the universe, Wal-Mart.]

Obama 'drone warfare rulebook' condemned by human rights groups

November 26, 2012 by legitgov

Obama 'drone warfare rulebook' condemned by human rights groups 25 Nov 2012 President Barack Obama's administration is in the process of drawing up a formal rulebook that will set out the circumstances in which targeted assassination by unmanned drones is justified, according to reports. The New York Times, citing two unnamed sources, said explicit guidelines were being drawn up amid disagreement between the CIA and the departments of defense, justice and state over when lethal action is acceptable. Human-rights groups and peace groups opposed to the CIA-operated targeted-killing programme, which remains officially classified, said the administration had already rejected international law in pursuing its drone operations. "To say they are rewriting the rulebook implies that there is already a rulebook" said Jameel Jaffer, the director of the American Civil Liberties Union's Center for Democracy. "But what they are already doing is rejecting a rulebook – of international law – that has been in place since [the second world war]."

UK's RBS could face separate Libor fines: paper

November 26, 2012 by legitgov

UK's RBS could face separate Libor fines: paper 25 Nov 2012 Royal Bank of Scotland is facing the increasing likelihood of having to settle separately with the UK and U.S. authorities investigating its involvement in the global interest rate-setting scandal, the Sunday Telegraph said. The British newspaper said [corpora-terrorists] RBS is concerned it could receive a "double hit" of separate fines - one from the UK's Financial Services Authority and one from the U.S. authorities. The bank had been hoping to agree a single collective deal, similar to the one agreed by Barclays, which became the first, and so far only, bank to settle with regulators over the allegations that traders attempted to manipulate the setting of key inter-bank lending rates such as Libor, paying fines in June totaling 290 million pounds ($464 million).

Anonymous to NISD: 'I hope you noticed that I took down your website for a reason'

November 25, 2012 by legitgov

Anonymous to NISD: 'I hope you noticed that I took down your website for a reason' 25 Nov 2012 On Sunday, tr1xxyAnon tweeted, 'This is the official statement of #Anonymous and me.' The announcement was posted on Pastebin. 'Dear NISD, I sincerely hope you have noticed that I have took [sic] down your website for a reason, and that reason is stripping away the privacy of students in your school. What was going through your mind when you had this idea? Now it is your school and your rules, but you seen what I did to your website, and have a simple deal for you, weather you accept it or not, is up to you. ...I am giving you 1-3 days to hold this meeting with the parents... IF you do not hold this meeting and nothing happens, I will simply shut down your website, like I did last time.'

Anonymous takes down NISD website over student tracking

November 25, 2012 by legitgov

Anonymous takes down NISD website over student tracking 25 Nov 2012 The hacker group Anonymous has claimed responsibility for taking down the Northside ISD's [Independent School District, San Antonio, TX] website in protest of the district's controversial tracking ID badges for students. The group said in an e-mail to KENS 5 that they took down the district's website (www.NISD.net) on Saturday. They also included in the e-mail a link to a recent Kens5.com article on the district's new Smart IDs: "We saw your article... Anonymous (@tr1xxyAnon) are not going to allow this!" The website was still down as of Sunday morning.

Keystone pipeline protesters arrested in Texas

November 25, 2012 by legitgov

Keystone pipeline protesters arrested in Texas --Cherokee County sheriff's deputies used 'pain compliance' measures 19 Nov 2012 The fight to block construction of the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline through east Texas stepped up Monday as protesters locked themselves to machinery. Dozens of others formed a human chain to keep heavy machinery from moving around the proposed pipeline's path in Cherokee County, said Ethan Nuss, spokesman for the Tar Sands Blockade group. Three protesters at another location suspended themselves from 50-foot pine trees with their life lines anchored by the construction equipment, Nuss said. Cherokee County sheriff's deputies used "pain compliance" measures, including pepper spray, to remove the four protesters locked to the machinery, Nuss said.

Polar Bears Get Chilly Birthday Surprise

November 25, 2012 by legitgov

Polar Bears Get Chilly Birthday Surprise 23 Nov 2012 Despite being in sunny California, two polar bears at the San Francisco Zoo celebrated their birthdays this month in true, really chilly style. Pike, 30, and Ulu, 32, got a very special sub-zero treatment Nov. 15 when the zoo had 10 tons of fresh snow blown into their habitat. "As the worldwide symbol of climate change, the presence of polar bears both in the wild and in zoological educational programs is a vital tool in carrying the messages of conservation," the San Francisco Zoo said in a statement. [Slideshow: Polar bears frolicking in fresh snow.]

White House drafting drone 'rule book'

November 25, 2012 by legitgov

White House drafting drone 'rule book' 25 Nov 2012 Facing the possibility that President Obama might not win a second term, his administration accelerated work in the weeks before the election to develop explicit rules for the targeted killing of terrorists by unmanned drones, so that a new president would inherit clear standards and procedures, according to two administration officials. The attempt to write a formal rule book for targeted killing began last summer after news reports on the drone program, started under President [sic] George W. Bush and expanded by Mr. Obama, revealed some details of the president's role in the shifting procedures for compiling "kill lists" and approving strikes. The draft rule book for drone strikes that has been passed among agencies over the last several months is so highly classified, officials said, that it is hand-carried from office to office rather than sent by e-mail.

Judge stops school from expelling girl who refused to wear tracking device

November 25, 2012 by legitgov

Judge stops school from expelling girl who refused to wear tracking device 24 Nov 2012 A Texas high school student will be allowed to continue going to class for now despite her refusal to cooperate with a[n insane] program that forces pupils to be mandatorily tracked with computer chips. Andrea Hernandez was told she'd be expelled from John Jay High School's Science and Engineering Academy in San Antonio starting next week if she insists any further on disobeying a new policy that requires students to wear ID badges equipped with tiny Radio Frequency Identification ('RFID') chips. Now attorneys with the Rutherford Institute say Hernandez has been granted a temporary restraining order that will prohibit the Northside Independent School District from relocating the student to another facility.

Mysterious respiratory virus claims another life in Middle East

November 24, 2012 by legitgov

Mysterious respiratory virus claims another life in Middle East 24 Nov 2012 Another person has died and at least three more cases of a mysterious respiratory virus have been discovered in Saudi Arabia and Qatar. The World Health Organization confirms that that the new strain is part of the coronavirus family, which also includes the deadly SARS. The WHO has confirmed six cases of infection, with four in Saudi Arabia and two in Qatar. The World Health Organization earlier said that the virus does not appear to be contagious, but on Friday it announced that the two latest cases discovered in a Saudi family were epidemiologically linked.

Pentagon Wants to Keep Running Its Afghan Drug War From Blackwater's HQ

November 24, 2012 by legitgov

Pentagon Wants to Keep Running Its Afghan Drug War From Blackwater's HQ 21 Nov 2012 Inside a compound in Kabul called Camp Integrity [sic], the Pentagon stations a small group of officers to oversee the U.S. military's various operations to 'curb' the spread of Afghanistan's cash crops of heroin and marijuana, which help line the Taliban's CIA's pockets. Only Camp Integrity isn't a U.S. military base at all. It's the 10-acre Afghanistan headquarters of the private security company formerly known as Blackwater. Those officers work for an obscure Pentagon agency called the Counter Narco-Terrorism Program Office, or CNTPO. Quietly, it's grown into one of the biggest dispensers of cash for private security contractors in the entire U.S. government: One pile of contracts last year from CNTPO was worth more than $3 billion. And it sees a future for itself in Afghanistan over the long haul... When all the options are exercised, the contract extends through September 29, 2015, over a year past the date when Afghan soldiers and cops are supposed to take over the war. And the "government preferred location" to base CNTPO? Camp Integrity.

Judge Denies Bail to Hacktivist Jeremy Hammond

November 24, 2012 by legitgov

Judge Denies Bail to Hacktivist Jeremy Hammond 21 Nov 2012 A federal judge refused release to one of the men accused of helping Anonymous and others hack various media, government and private-spy websites last year. Jeremy Hammond was one of five so-called hacktivists arrested in a March sting operation engineered after the FBI made an informant [traitor] of Hector Monsegur, a hacker known online as Sabu, who led a group called LulzSec. At a bail hearing in New York on Tuesday, Hammond's defense attorney, Elizabeth Fink, implied that investigators used entrapment to snare Hammond for the cyberattack on private intelligence firm Strategic Forecasting, or Stratfor. Monsegur led the Stratfor attack under his Sabu alter ego while he was working for the government, Fink said.

NORAD F-16s intercept Cessna 337 over Charleston, SC

November 24, 2012 by legitgov

NORAD F-16s intercept Cessna 337 over Charleston, SC 23 Nov 2012 Two F-16 fighters under the direction of North American Aerospace Defense Command intercepted a Cessna 337 general aviation aircraft in the vicinity of Charleston, South Carolina, today at approximately 11:20 a.m. EST. The aircraft was designated a track of interest because of an apparent discrepancy between its track and flight plan. Once it was intercepted and identified, the aircraft landed at the Charleston Executive Airport without further incident. The pilot was directed to contact the Federal Aviation Administration for further direction.

High-tech surveillance gear raises questions in NJ

November 23, 2012 by legitgov

High-tech surveillance gear raises questions in NJ 23 Nov 2012 A federal anti-terrorism program has drawn North Jersey deeper into the practice of hidden surveillance, equipping police departments with high-tech cameras, infrared technology and automatic license plate readers to keep tabs on people as they travel to local reservoirs, financial hubs and malls. The stepped-up security around potential terrorist targets links the region into a network of clandestine monitoring. Some of the departments are already putting to use the equipment provided by Homeland Security; others are gearing up.

Netanyahu: Israel ready for fresh attacks

November 23, 2012 by legitgov

Netanyahu: Israel ready for fresh attacks 22 Nov 2012 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned that the Tel Aviv regime is ready for fresh attacks on the Gaza Strip in case of, what he called, an Egypt-brokered ceasefire's failure to hold. "I know there are citizens that expect a harsher stand in Gaza - and we are prepared to make one. We choose when to act, against who to act and how to act," he was quoted as saying on Thursday. Netanyahu said Tel Aviv was "giving the ceasefire a chance."

US building drone subs to track, chase away enemy vessels: Report

November 23, 2012 by legitgov

US building drone subs to track, chase away enemy vessels: Report 22 Nov 2012 The American military has begun work on developing unmanned submarine drones capable of navigating oceans to track underwater vessels of rival nations. The Pentagon's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), tasked with developing new military technologies, began the project since "the growing number of adversaries able to build and operate quiet diesel electric submarines is a national security threat that affects US and friendly naval operations around the world," the report adds, citing a statement posted on DARPA's website. The United States Department of Defense is in the initial stages of developing "unmanned drone submarines" that will navigate oceans across the globe, "tracking and following enemy subs for months at a time," RIA Novosti reported Wednesday.

NC activists angered by killing of 3-legged bear

November 23, 2012 by legitgov

NC activists angered by killing of 3-legged bear --Construction workers building a house on the development began feeding the bear because he was so skinny. 22 Nov 2012 A skinny, three-legged black bear had become a fixture at an upscale housing community deep in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, rummaging through trash cans and playfully ambling along the golf course. Wildlife advocates scrambled to find a sanctuary for the animal, but time ran out: in August, the bear was shot and killed by management. That bear's death in Mountain Air, about 35 miles north of Asheville, has become a flashpoint for outraged wildlife advocates who say the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission needs to find non-lethal ways to handle so-called nuisance bears. David Cobb, chief of the agency's Division of Wildlife Management, said the Mountain Air community decided to kill the three-legged bear. [Terrorists murdered that poor bear. Too bad bears don't have the right to *bear arms.* CLGers, share your thoughts with David Cobb, david.cobb@ncwildlife.org and cobbdt@mail.wildlife.state.nc.us (919) 733-7291 - Dr. David T. Cobb, President, Southeastern Section of the Wildlife Society, 2012-2013 and Chief of the Division of Wildlife Management, North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, 1722 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699-1722, (919) 707-0050. Click here for full list of sociopaths at the NC Wildlife Resources Commission.]

150-vehicle pileup on foggy Texas highway leaves 2 dead, 100 hurt

November 23, 2012 by legitgov

150-vehicle pileup on foggy Texas highway leaves 2 dead, 100 hurt 22 Nov 2012 A series of massive Thanksgiving morning pileups involving up to 150 vehicles in southeast Texas has left two dead and as many as 100 injured, authorities told the Los Angeles Times on Thursday. It was one of the busiest driving times on one of the highest-traffic days of the year, and Deputy Rod Carroll of the Jefferson County Sheriff's office said heavy fog and high speeds probably caused the three separate pileups to begin on Interstate 10 -- in both directions -- about 8 a.m. Media photos from the scene showed pile after pile of vehicles, shredded FedEx trailers and tractor-trailers rammed into smaller vehicles.

UK intelligence sued for using sex to infiltrate activists

November 22, 2012 by legitgov

UK intelligence sued for using sex to infiltrate activists --Evidence uncovered by the Guardian suggests practice of undercover officers sleeping with their targets 'routine' 21 Nov 2012 Undercover police officers had long-term sexual relationships with political activists and joined them at family gatherings and on holidays to make their targets "emotionally dependent" on them, according to papers submitted to the high court. The allegations were revealed at the start of a legal attempt by the Metropolitan police to have the claims heard in secret. Ten women and one man have launched a legal action claiming they were conned into forming "deeply personal" relationships with the police spies. The case is the first civil action to be brought before a court since the Guardian revealed police officers frequently slept with political campaigners as part of a spy operation over four decades.

Homeland Security Wants to More Than Double Its Predator Drone Fleet Inside the US

November 22, 2012 by legitgov

Homeland Security Wants to More Than Double Its Predator Drone Fleet Inside the US, Despite Safety and Privacy Concerns --DHS has already spent $250 million over the last six years on ten surveillance Predators of its own. 20 Nov 2012 Despite renewed criticism from both parties in Congress that domestic drones pose a privacy danger to US citizens—and a report from its own Inspector General recommending to stop buying them--the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has indicated it wants to more than double its fleet of Predator drones used to fly surveillance missions inside the United States. Yesterday, California Watch reported that DHS signed a contract that could be worth as much as $443 million with General Atomics for the purchase up to fourteen additional Predator drones to fly near the border of Mexico and Canada. Congress would still need to appropriate the funds, but if they did, DHS's drone fleet would increase to twenty-four. 

Nuclear disaster robot still prone to glitches

November 22, 2012 by legitgov

Nuclear disaster robot still prone to glitches 22 Nov 2012 Toshiba has developed a robot it says can withstand high radiation to work in nuclear disasters, but it's not clear what exactly the robot is capable of doing if and when it gets the go-ahead to enter Japan's crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant. The four-legged robot can climb over debris and venture into radiated areas off-limits to humans. One significant innovation, Toshiba said, is that its wireless network can be controlled in high radiation, automatically seeking better transmission when reception becomes weak. But the machine, which looks like an ice cooler on wobbly metal legs, also appears prone to glitches.

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