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Mar 31 20:33

Australia to Start Taxing Bank Deposits

Mar 31 20:22

The Stock Market In 2015 Is Starting To Look Remarkably Similar To The Stock Market In 2008

Are we watching a replay of the last financial crisis? Over the past six months, the price of oil has collapsed, the U.S. dollar has soared, and a whole bunch of other patterns that we witnessed just before the stock market crash of 2008 are repeating once again.

Mar 31 19:23

State Sterilization: Alive and Well in America

Recent investigations by the Associated Press into the practices of Tennessee prosecutors during plea-deal negotiations have alerted Americans to one of their government’s most gruesome and supposedly forbidden traditions: forced prisoner sterilization. According to AP reporter Sheila Burke, a recent example of this practice involved a mentally ill Tennessee woman whose infant child died under "mysterious" circumstances. In the course of plea negotiations, the prosecutor reportedly would not take incarceration off the table unless the woman agreed to sterilization surgery.

Mar 31 18:55

Chinese scientists mull power station in space

The battle to dispel smog, cut greenhouse gases and solve the energy crisis is moving to space.

Chinese scientists are mulling the construction of a solar power station 36,000 kilometers above ground.

If realized, it will surpass the scale of the Apollo project and the International Space Station, and be the largest-ever space project.

The power station would be a super spacecraft on a geosynchronous orbit equipped with huge solar panels. The electricity generated would be converted to microwaves or lasers and transmitted to a collector on Earth.

Mar 31 18:52

AT&T wants $139 a month, or your privacy, for superfast Internet

On Monday, Cupertino became the first West Coast city to offer AT&T’s GigaPower, which promises Internet speeds so fast customers can download 25 songs in less than a second.

But that speed comes at a price: $139 a month, or $110 for those who allow AT&T to monitor their browsing habits.

With its Internet Preferences program, AT&T hopes to turn customer data into extra revenue. The company plans to compile the information about online activity — what users are Googling, which sites they favor, and what products they click on — to sell higher-priced personalized advertisements.

Mar 31 18:28

Indiana Shut Down Its Rural Planned Parenthood Clinics And Got An HIV Outbreak

Scott County, Indiana, the center of an exploding HIV outbreak, has been without an HIV testing center since early 2013, when the sole provider -- a Planned Parenthood clinic -- was forced to close its doors. The clinic did not offer abortion services.

Mar 31 18:28

Ohio Girl, 10, Dies in House Fire Hours Before Rape Suspect's Trial Begins

A 10-year-old Ohio girl died in a house fire early Monday just hours before a trial she was set to testify in against her accused rapist was supposed to begin, officials said.

Mar 31 18:15

John Bolton’s Love of Bombs - An Analysis by Lawrence Davidson

And indeed, given John Bolton’s influence on the right, his public advocacy of a nuclear attack on Iran in 2009, and his having become a foreign policy advisor for presidential candidate Ted Cruz, he might be judged the most dangerous man in the U.S.

Mar 31 16:25

OBAMA UNBLOCKS DELIVERY OF F-16S TO EGYPT

Mar 31 16:02

BIGGEST CASH HOARDERS ON EARTH

Mar 31 16:01

Google ‘Thought Police’ to rank websites based on their “truth”

In the near future the pro Obama search giant plans to rank websites based on their so-called truthfulness

Mar 31 15:56

China building a ‘great wall of sand’ in South China Sea– US Navy

The US has accused Beijing of "unprecedented land reclamation," claiming China is "creating a great wall of sand"

Mar 31 15:53

FBI: GMO seed theft called national security theft

Two Chinese nationals are accused of stealing genetically modified (GM) seed technology from biotech giants DuPont Pioneer and Monsanto

Mar 31 15:45

FLASHBACK: Hillary Clinton Fired From Watergate Investigation For ‘Lying, Unethical Behavior’

Zeifman fired Hillary from the committee staff and refused to give her a letter of recommendation – one of only three people who earned that dubious distinction in Zeifman’s 17-year career.

Why?

Mar 31 15:40

All of the Ways Big Brother Is Watching You

Privacy as we once knew it is dead. We now find ourselves in the unenviable position of being monitored, managed and controlled by our technology—specifically the technology employed by the government against the American citizenry.

Mar 31 15:37

Judge boasts of his “political” role in Detroit bankruptcy conspiracy

Recent remarks by US Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes further confirm the assessment made by the World Socialist Web Site of the anti-democratic and conspiratorial character of the Detroit bankruptcy case.

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