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Dem congressman compares tea party to Ku Klux Klan

Dem congressman compares tea party to Ku Klux Klan 22 Oct 2013 Democrat Alan Grayson has set off a flurry of criticism from conservatives after the Florida congressman sent out a fundraising email to supporters in which he compared the tea party to the Ku Klux Klan. Grayson's original comments came during a recent appearance on an MSNBC program. Grayson was discussing the tea party's influence on the Republican Party when he said, "At this point, the tea party is no more popular than the Klan." Grayson included the comment in bold letters on his website with the quote taking readers directly to a fundraising page for Grayson's re-election campaign. Grayson's page includes the image of a burning cross; it uses the cross as the letter "T" and spells out "tea party" in flaming letters.

T.S.A. Security Check Starts Long Before You Fly

T.S.A. Security Check Starts Long Before You Fly --Details of program have not been publicly announced 22 Nov 2013 The Transportation Security Administration is expanding its screening of passengers before they arrive at the airport by searching a wide array of government and private databases that can include records like car registrations and employment information... It is unclear precisely what information the agency is relying upon to make these risk assessments, given the extensive range of records it can access, including tax identification number, past travel itineraries, property records, physical characteristics, and law enforcement or intelligence information. The measures go beyond the background check the government has conducted for years, called Secure Flight, in which a passenger's name, gender and date of birth are compared with terrorist watch lists. Now, the search includes using a traveler's passport number, which is already used to screen people at the border, and other identifiers to access a system of databases maintained by the Department of Homeland Security.

 

New ultimatum for Central NY health care workers this flu season: get a shot or wear a mask

Flu fascism: New ultimatum for Central NY health care workers this flu season: get a shot or wear a mask --Many hospitals and nursing homes are putting stickers on employees' ID badges to show they have been been vaccinated. 22 Oct 2013 The [NY] state Health Department ...came up with a new idea: Make nurses and other health care workers who refuse to get vaccinated wear masks over their noses and mouths, an uncomfortable and potentially embarrassing alternative... Unvaccinated workers will have to don masks when the state Health Department determines flu is widespread. Unvaccinated home care workers also must wear masks in patients' homes this flu season to comply with the new state regulation. Home care agencies for the first time must report their employee vaccination rates to the state. VNA Homecare will issue pins to employees that read: "I'm not wearing a mask because I received my flu vaccine."

Amnesty says US officials should face war crimes charges over drone strikes

Amnesty says US officials should face war crimes charges over drone strikes 21 Oct 2013 US officials responsible for the secret CIA drone campaign against suspected terrorists in Pakistan may have committed war crimes and should stand trial, a report by a leading human rights group warns. Amnesty International has highlighted the case of a grandmother who was killed while she was picking vegetables and other incidents which could have broken international laws designed to protect civilians. The report is issued in conjunction with an investigation by Human Rights Watch detailing missile attacks in Yemen which the group believes could contravene the laws of armed conflict, international human rights law and Barack Obama's own guidelines on drones.

UK cyber defence unit 'may include convicted hackers'

UK cyber defence unit 'may include convicted hackers' 22 Oct 2013 Convicted computer hackers could be recruited to the UK's cyber defence force if they pass security vetting, the head of the new unit has said. Lt Col Michael White told BBC Newsnight he would "look at individuals in the round" when assessing applicants. Recruitment would be focused on "capability development" rather than "personality traits", he added. The Joint Cyber Reserve Unit was announced by the government in September.

NORAD training in skies over Northern Virginia

NORAD training in skies over Northern Virginia 21 Oct 2013 North American Aerospace Defense Command will be training over the area early Tuesday morning. The exercise, beginning after midnight, will include Civil Air Patrol aircraft and a U.S. Coast Guard Dolphin helicopter. The exercise is expected to continue through 2 a.m. NORAD has been conducting these training flights in the United States and Canada as part of Operation Noble Eagle since the terrorist attacks [inside job] on Sept. 11, 2001.

France summons U.S. ambassador over spying report

France summons U.S. ambassador over spying report 21 Oct 2013 France summoned the U.S. ambassador on Monday after Le Monde newspaper reported the huge scale of alleged American spying on French citizens, with Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius calling the revelations unacceptable. Le Monde said the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) recorded 70.3 million items of French telephone data between December 10, 2012 and January 8, 2013 and had collected tens of thousands of French phone records. Its targets appeared to be individuals suspected of links to terrorism, but also people tied to French business or politics, the paper said.

Afghanistan commander defects, joins group linked to Taleban

Afghanistan commander defects, joins group linked to Taleban 21 Oct 2013 An Afghan army special forces commander has defected to an insurgent group allied with the Taleban in a Humvee truck packed with his team’s guns and high-tech equipment, officials in the eastern Kunar province said on Sunday. Monsif Khan, who raided the supplies of his 20-man team in Kunar’s capital Asadabad over the Eid Al-Adha religious holiday, is the first special forces commander to switch sides, joining the Hezb-e-Islami organization. "He sent some of his comrades on leave and paid others to go out sightseeing, and then escaped with up to [likely, US-provided] 30 guns, night-vision goggles, binoculars and a Humvee," said Shuja ul-Mulkh Jalala, the governor of Kunar.

Obama: 'The Affordable Care Act is not just a website'

Obama: 'The Affordable Care Act is not just a website' 21 Oct 2013 President Barack Obama publicly acknowledged on Monday that the new health care law's website "hasn't worked as smoothly as it was supposed to work," but he urged Americans not to be deterred from registering for Obamacare because of the technological problems that have plagued its rollout. "The Affordable Care Act is not just a website," he said. "It’s much more." Joined at the White House by Obamacare applicants and beneficiaries, Obama said the plans available through the health care exchanges -- despite the issues with online enrollment -- are helping consumers.

Sparks Middle School shooting: 2 in critical condition, 2 dead including shooter

Sparks Middle School shooting: 2 in critical condition, 2 dead including shooter 21 Oct 2013 (NV) 9:35 a.m. update: Authorities released few details about a shooting at about 7:15 a.m. at Sparks Middle School during a 9:15 a.m. press conference at Agnes Risley Elementary School. 9:20 a.m. update: Sparks police say several people were shot this morning at Sparks Middle School. Two people have died, including the shooter. Two people are in critical condition at Renown Regional Medical Center.

US-led soldier killed in south Afghanistan

US-led soldier killed in south Afghanistan 20 Oct 2013 A US-led soldier with the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) has been killed in a bomb attack in southern Afghanistan, the military alliance says. "An International Security Assistance Force service member died following an improvised explosive device attack in southern Afghanistan today," ISAF said in a statement released on Sunday. The bomb blast came after Taliban leader Mullah Omar warned on October 13 that a potential security pact between the United States and Afghanistan would have grave consequences for the "invaders and their allies."

Questions Surround Death of 2 Bay Area Transit Workers as Strike Continues

Questions Surround Death of 2 Bay Area Transit Workers as Strike Continues 21 Oct 2013 Federal authorities on Sunday said they were investigating an accident that killed two workers for the Bay Area Rapid Transit system on Saturday, less than 48 hours after employees of the commuter railroad went on strike. The two workers, a contractor and an employee of the transit system, known as BART, were inspecting a section of track in the East Bay when an out-of-service train under computer control struck them. The workers’ names have not been released. Two investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board arrived from Washington on Sunday and were briefed by BART officials.

Highly radioactive water leaks at Fukushima as TEPCO underestimates rainfall

Highly radioactive water leaks at Fukushima as TEPCO underestimates rainfall 20 Oct 2013 Highly radioactive water overflowed barriers into Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, its operating utility said on Monday, after it underestimated how much rain would fall at the plant and failed to pump it out quickly enough. The utility, Tokyo Electric Power Co, also known as Tepco, has been battling to contain radioactive water at the nuclear complex [since] March 2011. After heavy rain on Sunday, water with high levels of radioactive strontium overflowed containment areas built around some 1,000 tanks storing tonnes of radioactive water at the plant, Tepco said.

DOD undertakes massive inoculation effort

Heads up! DOD undertakes massive inoculation effort 20 Oct 2013 The Lovell Federal Health Care Center in North Chicago had already administered 17,000 flu vaccines to active duty military, their dependents, veterans and its staff even before it held a walk-in flu clinic last Saturday. All active duty military are required to receive the flu vaccine, which is also offered free to their dependents, veterans and Department of Defense health care workers. A steady stream young and old visited the free clinic at Lovell, the first DOD medical center in the nation to offer care for active duty military, their dependents and also to veterans.

Two men charged with terrorism offences

Two men charged with terrorism offences --Both men were arrested on 13 October following a swoop in which marksmen used special ammunition to stop a car on Mansell Street, near the Tower of London. 20 Oct 2013 Two men arrested in a dramatic counter-terrorism operation a week ago have been charged. Scotland Yard said a 25-year-old British national of Turkish origin had been charged with offences contrary to Section 5 of the Terrorism Act 2006 and Section 58 of the Terrorism Act 2000. A British national of Algerian origin, also 25, has been charged under Section 58 of the Terrorism Act 2000 and with a further offence contrary to the Identity Documents Act 2010.

Fresh Leak on US Spying: NSA Accessed Mexican President's Email

Fresh Leak on US Spying: NSA Accessed Mexican President's Email 20 Oct 2013 The National Security Agency (NSA) has a division for particularly difficult missions. Called "Tailored Access Operations" (TAO), this department devises special methods for special targets. That category includes surveillance of neighboring Mexico, and in May 2010, the division reported its mission accomplished. A report classified as "top secret" said: "TAO successfully exploited a key mail server in the Mexican Presidencia domain within the Mexican Presidential network to gain first-ever access to President Felipe Calderon's public email account." According to the NSA, this email domain was also used by cabinet members, and contained "diplomatic, economic and leadership communications which continue to provide insight into Mexico's political system and internal stability."

U.S. intercepts French phone calls on a 'massive scale' - Report

U.S. intercepts French phone calls on a 'massive scale' - Report 21 Oct 2013 The National Security Agency monitored and tapped more than 70 million phone calls made in France during a 30-day period, French newspaper Le Monde reported Monday, citing documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.  "Telephone communications of French citizens are intercepted on a massive scale," Le Monde said in its online English edition. The snapshot of American espionage took place from December 10, 2012, to January 8, 2013, the article reported. An NSA graph shows an average of 3 million data intercepts a day.

HealthCare.gov's glitches prompt Obama to call in more computer experts

HealthCare.gov's glitches prompt Obama to call in more computer experts 20 Oct 2013 The Obama administration said Sunday that it has enlisted additional computer experts from across the government and from private companies to help rewrite computer code and make other improvements to the online health insurance marketplace, which has been plagued by technical defects that have stymied many consumers since it opened nearly three weeks ago. This expanded team has come up with new ways of monitoring which parts of the federal Web site, HealthCare.gov, are having problems and has been taking the site offline for rigorous overnight tests, according to a Department of Health and Human Services spokesman.

Nearly half million apply for U.S. health insurance despite flaws: officials

Nearly half million apply for U.S. health insurance despite flaws: officials 20 Oct 2013 Roughly half a million Americans have applied for health insurance through new federal- and state-run exchanges under President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law, an administration official said on Saturday. That figure comes as problems with the federal marketplace's entry portal serving 36 states, the website Healthcare.gov, have thwarted consumers from shopping for federally subsidized health coverage and drawn derision from Republicans, who oppose the law [even though they crafted it], popularly known as Obamacare.

Baghdad cafe bombing kills at least 38

Baghdad cafe bombing kills at least 38 21 Oct 2013 A suicide bomber driving a minibus blew himself up outside a cafe in a mainly Shi'ite Muslim district of the Iraqi capital on Sunday, killing at least 38 people, police and medics said. At least 12 people were killed in a spate of suicide bomb attacks on security personnel and government buildings earlier in the day, police said. The explosion on Sunday evening took place in Baghdad's Amil neighborhood.

Mayors officiate as New Jersey legalizes gay marriage

Mayors officiate as New Jersey legalizes gay marriage 21 Oct 2013 Wedding bells rang for the first time for same-sex couples in New Jersey just after midnight on Monday when the state became the 14th in the nation to legalize gay marriage. Newark Mayor Cory Booker, a Democrat due to leave office this month after his election to the U.S. Senate last week, opened City Hall at midnight to perform some of the first ceremonies. Mayors in Lambertville, Red Bank and Jersey City did likewise. The marriages took place after New Jersey's Supreme Court ruled on Friday against a request by Republican Governor Chris Christie to freeze a lower court ruling in favor of gay marriage until the top court could hear the state's appeal in January and issue a final decision.

Badger cull hit by legal challenge

Badger cull hit by legal challenge 19 Oct 2013 The controversial cull of badgers in Gloucestershire faces collapse after a legal challenge to halt the killing was launched on Saturday. The Badger Trust has formally warned the authorities to abandon the shooting or face a high court challenge on the grounds that a plan to more than double the killing period is illegal. The badger culls, intended to help curb the rise of tuberculosis in cattle, are already in deep trouble having failed to kill the minimum number of animals within the six weeks legally permitted. "There is an unbelievable lack of transparency from this government, which has a feudal attitude towards wildlife," said Jeff Hayden, a director of the Badger Trust. "We have taken this action, although it will likely prove a very expensive exercise, partly to protect the badger of course, but also in an attempt to thwart this return to the middle ages."

Stop badger cull immediately, says Natural England science expert

Stop badger cull immediately, says Natural England science expert 20 Oct 2013 The controversial [psychotic] badger cull taking place in Gloucestershire should be stopped immediately, says the lead scientist on the board of Natural England, the organisation charged with making the decision. NE, the nation's official protector of nature, will rule Monday on whether the night-time badger shoots can be significantly extended, following the revelation that marksmen fell far short of their initial legal targets. The intervention by David Macdonald, chair of NE's science advisory committee and one of the UK's most eminent wildlife biologists, is a heavy blow for the environment secretary, Owen Paterson, and the National Farmers' Union, who argue that killing badgers to curb tuberculosis in cattle is scientifically justified and necessary.

Billions of dollars in U.S. gear destroyed, then sold as Afghan scrap

Billions of dollars in U.S. gear destroyed, then sold as Afghan scrap 20 Oct 2013 The armored trucks, televisions, ice cream scoops and nearly everything else shipped here for America's war against the Taliban for the CIA's opium routes are part of the world's biggest garage sale. Every week, as the U.S. troop drawdown accelerates, the United States is selling 12 million to 14 million pounds of its equipment on the Afghan market. Returning that gear to the United States from a landlocked country halfway around the world would be prohibitively expensive, according to U.S. officials. Instead, they're leaving behind $7 billion worth of supplies. The equipment is being destroyed before it's offered to the Afghan people -- to ensure that treadmills, air-conditioning units and other rudimentary appliances aren't used to make roadside bombs. [And these dirt-bags are going to cut Social Security in exchange for replacing 'defense' cuts in the sequester? Over our (but should be their) dead bodies.]

MI6 demands more spies in Afghanistan to 'fight terrorism'

MI6 demands more spies in Afghanistan to 'fight terrorism' -- Security service calling for reinforcements from other agencies amid fears country will become 'intelligence vacuum' when British troops withdraw 20 Oct 2013 MI6 is calling for reinforcements in Afghanistan amid fears that the country will become an "intelligence vacuum" where terrorists will pose an increased threat to Britain, The Telegraph has learnt. The Secret Intelligence Service is appealing for extra staff from other intelligence agencies amid growing concern about a terrorist threat from Afghanistan after British troops withdraw next year, intelligence sources have said. Senior officials are discussing a plan to second members of Defence Intelligence (DI), the Ministry of Defence's own agency, to MI6.

FBI investigates possible water supply threat in Wichita, Kansas

FBI investigates possible water supply threat in Wichita, Kansas 18 Oct 2013 The FBI is investigating possible threats to the water supply systems in Wichita, Kansas, and several other Midwestern cities that are as yet unsubstantiated, a spokeswoman said on Friday. The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation learned of the threats in the past two days and has contacted the water supply facilities and law enforcement offices for the municipalities, said Bridget Patton, a spokeswoman for the FBI office in Kansas City, Missouri. Patton declined to discuss the nature of the threats or the number of cities affected. [Heads up! USociopaths want to privatize the water supply, so corpora-terrorists can add what they want to it and charge what they want for it. The US government will use its next false flag to make that happen.]

Mercer County, NJ hospitals require employees to get flu shots

Flu fascism: Mercer County, NJ hospitals require employees to get flu shots 20 Oct 2013 The signs proliferate around drugstores every fall, enticing passers-by: Flu shots today! No appointment needed! Insurance accepted! Every shot gets you a shopping coupon! Local hospitals have been putting up signs advertising vaccinations for their employees, but the underlying message is much more direct: Get your flu shot, or risk losing your job. As part of a growing national trend, the area's four major hospitals are for the first time this year all requiring their clinical staffs to get [mercury-laden, squalene-filled] vaccinations against the highly infectious disease. Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Hamilton, University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro and Capital Health's hospitals in Hopewell and Trenton made the shots mandatory, joining St. Francis Medical Center, which adopted the program in 2010.

Britain to build Europe's first nuclear plant since Fukushima

Britain to build Europe's first nuclear plant since Fukushima --First new nuclear contracts in Europe since Fukushima 20 Oct 2013 Britain is set to [insanely] sign a deal with France's EDF for the first nuclear plant to start construction in Europe since Japan's Fukushima disaster raised safety concerns worldwide, at a cost estimated at around $23 billion. Under the deal, to be announced on Monday, the French state-controlled utility will lead a consortium, including a Chinese group, to construct two European Pressurised Water Reactors (EPRs) designed by France's Areva. Industry estimates, based on other nuclear projects, put the cost at around 14 billion pounds or more than 16 billion euros.

Heavy rains overflow barriers surrounding Fukushima water tanks

Heavy rains overflow barriers surrounding Fukushima water tanks 20 Oct 2013 Water has overflowed at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) is attempting to discern the quality of the water and possible radioactive substances which could have been spilled. Heavy rains caused water to flow over the barriers of an artificial embankment which surrounds a dozen tanks of radioactive water at the plant. TEPCO reported that liquid containing a source of beta radiation was found beyond the levees. Company specialists are attempting to identify the amount of leaked water and the radiation levels present in the liquid.

Israeli settlers accused of destroying Palestinian olive trees

Israeli settlers accused of destroying Palestinian olive trees 20 Oct 2013 Israeli settlers chopped down more than 100 olive trees near the West Bank city of Nablus on Saturday, according to the Palestinian Authority (PA) which has promised to reimburse farmers for financial damages. With the Palestinian olive harvest at its peak, the settlers were alleged by Ghassan Daghlas, a PA official who tracks incidents of settler violence, to have destroyed the trees in Qaryut village early Saturday. The settlers used chainsaws to cut the trees at the base, Daghlas claimed.

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