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Assault on California Power Station Raises Alarm on Potential for Terrorism

Heads up! A big fat false flag is in the works: Assault on California Power Station Raises Alarm on Potential for Terrorism --Nobody has been arrested or charged in the attack at Metcalf transmission substation. [That's because, in all likelihood, the same military contractors that carried out the Boston bombings are the busy little terrorist bees, executing a dry run for the(ir) power grid attack.] 04 Feb 2014 The attack began just before 1 a.m.

Reports: NSA first targeted German Chancellor Schroder, then Merkel

Reports: NSA first targeted German Chancellor Schröder, then Merkel A joint report by a major German newspaper and regional broadcaster has said that the National Security Agency tapped the telephone communications of former German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder, before Angela Merkel. 04 Feb 2014 The Süddeutsche Zeitung daily and the NDR regional public broadcaster on Tuesday reported that US secret services began monitoring the communications of Ger

NSA spied on Germany's Schroeder over Iraq War opposition - report

NSA spied on Germany's Schroeder over Iraq War opposition - report --Paper: NSA spying involved not only detection of connection data but also written and spoken communications 04 Feb 2014 The US eavesdropped on former German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder over his staunch criticism of the 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq, says a new report by German journalists.

Putin, Persian leopard in pitch-perfect photo-op

Putin, Persian leopard in pitch-perfect photo-op 04 Feb 2014 Stroking a Persian leopard sprawled on his lap, tough-guy President Vladimir Putin showed his softer side Thursday. In a pitch-perfect photo opportunity, Putin began his stay at the Sochi Games by promoting a cuddly image.

California drought: State Water Project will deliver no water this summer

California drought: State Water Project will deliver no water this summer 31 Jan 2014 For the first time in its 54-year history, the State Water Project, a backbone of California's water system, will provide no water to urban residents or farmers this year because of the severe drought, state officials said Friday.

Vladimir Putin gets cosy with snow leopard

Vladimir Putin gets cosy with snow leopard --'We liked each other...I like animals.' 04 Feb 2014 Russian president Vladimir Putin plays with a rare and endangered snow leopard in an animal reserve in Sochi to promote the regeneration of their population. [Thank you, President Putin!] The total wild population has been estimated at 4,510 to 7,350.

Monarch butterflies drop, migration may disappear

Monarch butterflies drop, migration may disappear 31 Jan 2014 The stunning and little-understood annual migration of millions of Monarch butterflies to spend the winter in Mexico is in danger of disappearing, experts said Wednesday, after numbers dropped to their lowest level since record-keeping began in 1993.

As Super Bowl exits NJ, taxpayers on hook for many expenses

As Super Bowl exits NJ, taxpayers on hook for many expenses 04 Feb 2014 The NFL pays nothing for security. It’s right there in the bid contract, which was obtained by The Star-Ledger. So who pays for the 700 state troopers who patrolled the game and circled overhead in two choppers? ...The NFL bid contract forbids host states from collecting sales tax on ticket sales, parking, etc...

NSAssociate Google Relegated 04 Feb 2014 CLG Newsletter to the Spam Bin

Looking for Tuesday's CLG Newsletter? NSAssociate Google Relegated 04 Feb 2014 CLG Newsletter to the Spam Bin Posted by Lori Price, www.legitgov.org 04 Feb 2014 CLG subscribers: If you use Gmail as your email provider, please go to your spam bin to retrieve today's CLG Newsletter.

Bridge scandal: Bridget Kelly refuses to turn over documents subpoenaed by legislative committee

Bridge scandal: Bridget Kelly refuses to turn over documents subpoenaed by legislative committee 03 Feb 2014 Bridget Anne Kelly, considered a crucial figure in unraveling the George Washington Bridge lane closures, is refusing to produce documents and information requested under subpoena by the state legislative committee investigating the controversy, The Star-Ledger has learned.

State Police blame private security firm for Super Bowl lapse on 9/11 truther

State Police blame private security firm for Super Bowl lapse on 9/11 truther 03 Feb 2014 A 9/11 truther may have conned his way into MetLife Stadium and then a Super Bowl postgame news conference, but a New Jersey State Police spokesman told NJ.com the agency did its job. "He did go through the same screenings," New Jersey State Police Capt. Stephen Jones said.

The anti-fracking activist barred from 312.5 sq miles of Pennsylvania

The anti-fracking activist barred from 312.5 sq miles of Pennsylvania 29 Jan 2014 Vera Scroggins, an outspoken opponent of fracking, is legally barred from the new county hospital.

Christie acknowledges federal subpoena

Christie acknowledges federal subpoena 03 Feb 2014 New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Monday acknowledged that his office had been subpoenaed by the U.S. Attorney in New Jersey in relation to the bridge scandal that has rocked his administration. Christie said his office would comply with the federal subpoena.

Anti-terrorism bill makes way to Kansas committee

Anti-terrorism bill makes way to Kansas committee --Proposal would expand definition of 'furtherance of terrorism' and allow victims to seek civil penalties 03 Feb 2014 Kansas legislators are considering a bill to expand the definition of "furtherance of terrorism" and allow victims to seek civil penalties from those convicted of acts of terrorism.

9/11 'truther' arrested for hijacking Super Bowl news conference

9/11 'truther' arrested for hijacking Super Bowl news conference 03 Feb 2014 A Brooklyn man was arrested during Sunday's Super Bowl postgame press conferences after he interrupted a player and declared his opinion on the September 11, 2001, World Trade Center attacks.

Tilden, Pa. police chief: Cop for Christie caught shoplifting

Tilden, Pa. police chief: Cop for Christie caught shoplifting 03 Feb 2014 A New Jersey state trooper shoplifted gun accessories and attempted to get out of his arrest by telling a Pennsylvania police officer that he would lose his job as a member of Gov. Chris Christie's security detail if charges were filed, a police chief told The Associated Press on Monday.

'Al-Qaida' announces it is breaking ties with militant group fighting in Syria

'Al-Qaida' announces it is breaking ties with militant group fighting in Syria 03 Feb 2014 Al-Qaida [al-CIAduh] says it is severing all ties with one of its purported branches fighting in Syria and that it is distancing itself from the rebel infighting in the civil war. The authenticity of the statement could not independently be verified, but it was posted on websites commonly used by al-Qaida. [LOL!

NJ gives NFL super tax break for Super Bowl, and pays for security

NJ gives NFL super tax break for Super Bowl, and pays for security 02 Feb 2014 Call it an $8 million gift. When New Jersey landed this year's Super Bowl, it gave the National Football League [corporate welfare leeches] a major tax break. The state agreed to suspend the sales tax on all tickets and parking for today's big game -- a gift that will cost the state $8 million in lost revenues, officials said.

Metal band 'invoices' US govt for using their music for 'torture' in Guantanamo

Metal band 'invoices' US govt for using their music for 'torture' in Guantanamo 02 Feb 2014 Veteran Industrial band Skinny Puppy have objected to their disturbingly dark music being played to discombobulate inmates at Guantanamo, and plan to "charge" the government for doing so. They are not the first band to express such objections. "We heard through a reliable grapevine that our music was being used in Guantanamo Bay prison camps to musically stun or torture people.

UK nuclear experts to help decommision Fukushima

UK nuclear experts to help decommision Fukushima 02 Feb 2014 British nuclear experts are being lined up to help decommission the damaged Fukushima power plant in a move that could reboot Japan’s atomic power capabilities.

EU has secret plan for police to 'remote stop' cars

EU has secret plan for police to 'remote stop' cars 29 Jan 2014 The European Union is secretly developing a "remote stopping" device to be fitted to all cars that would allow the police to disable vehicles at the flick of a switch from a control room.

Arizona legislator pushes bill to combat NSA surveillance

Arizona legislator pushes bill to combat NSA surveillance 01 Feb 2014 State Sen. Kelli Ward, a tea party Republican who represents the Lake Havasu area, introduced a bill this month intended to limit NSA operations in Arizona... So far, 12 states have introduced similar bills to make it more difficult for the agency to do surveillance in the United States, according to the Tenth Amendment Center, which provides model legislation to resist NSA surveillance.

Canadian spy agency gleaned passengers' data from airport's wifi: CBC

Canadian spy agency gleaned passengers' data from airport's wifi: CBC 30 Jan 2014 A federal electronic spy agency tracked thousands of people who passed through a Canadian airport using information gleaned from free wireless Internet service, reports the CBC.

FBI: Pre-Super Bowl white powder deemed not hazardous

FBI: Pre-Super Bowl white powder deemed not hazardous 31 Jan 2014 The FBI said Friday that white powder found at New Jersey hotels near the site of the Super Bowl and at the Manhattan office of former Mayor [9/11 co-conspirator] Rudy Giuliani proved to be non-hazardous. Hazardous materials teams and bomb squads responded after white powder was found at several hotels near New Jersey's MetLife Stadium, authorities said.

Man with rifle, machete arrested for threatening George W. Bush

Man with rifle, machete arrested for threatening George W. Bush 31 Jan 2014 A New York man sitting in a car that had a loaded rifle, machete and a container of gasoline was charged on Friday with threatening to kill George W. Bush after professing a romantic interest in the former president's [sic] oldest daughter, prosecutors said. Benjamin Smith, 44, of Pittsford in upstate New York was arrested in Manhattan by the U.S.

Chris Christie booed during Super Bowl 'hand off' ceremony in Times Square

Chris Christie booed during Super Bowl 'hand off' ceremony in Times Square 01 Feb 2014 Gov. Chris Christie was booed by a huge crowd gathered in Times Square today for the ceremonial 'handing off' of the Super Bowl to Arizona, next year's host state. The beleaguered governor spoke for less than a minute on a stage set up in the middle of Broadway, renamed Super Bowl Boulevard this week.

NJ Gov Christie, dogged by bridge closure, booed at Super Bowl event

NJ Gov Christie, dogged by bridge closure, booed at Super Bowl event 01 Feb 2014 New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was greeted with audible boos and a few loud cheers during a Super Bowl-related appearance in New York City on Saturday, a day after a former appointee said the popular Republican knew about politically motivated lane closures near a busy commuter bridge.

Video: Afghans stone US drone

Video: Afghans stone US drone 31 Jan 2014 Footage of what appears to be a group of cheering Afghans stoning a wreck of a Predator drone appeared on the internet. It shows a group of several dozen people standing next to what appears a crash site of an MQ-1 Predator drone.

Iraqi militants target Baghdad airport with rocket strike

Iraqi militants target Baghdad airport with rocket strike 31 Jan 2014 Three rockets have been fired at Baghdad's heavily guarded international airport, hitting a runway and plane, but no casualties have been reported. Air traffic was not disrupted, but the ability of militants to strike such a site is likely to heighten concerns about the vulnerability of Iraq's vital infrastructure as security deteriorates across the country...

Australia permits dredge dumping near Great Barrier Reef for major coal port

Australia permits dredge dumping near Great Barrier Reef for major coal port --If all the dredged material were dumped on land, the pile would be bigger than the Great Pyramid of Giza. 31 Jan 2014 Australia's Great Barrier Reef watchdog gave the green light on Friday for millions of cubic metres of dredged mud to be dumped near the fragile reef to create the world's biggest coal port and possibly unlock $28 billion in coal projects.

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