The Iranian government approved a plan on Sunday to build 10 industrial scale uranium enrichment facilities - a dramatic expansion of their nuclear program in defiance of U.N. demands that it halt enrichment.
Iran's parliament passed a shocking new law on Sunday earmarking $20 million to support terrorist groups opposing the West. Doesn't that make them a state sponsor of terrorism?
Meanwhile, Russia and Iran have just agreed on new oil and gas deals.
Saudi Arabia has announced that five people have died from the H1N1 swine flu during the hajj.
South Korea has reported its first Tamiflu-resistant case of the swine flu.
A South Korean student has died of a cerebral hemorrhage after receiving the H1N1 vaccine.
The WHO is requesting that all Olympic athletes headed to Vancouver be vaccinated.
In the U.K., one mother is being taken to court by her ex-partner for refusing to allow their daughter to have the swine flu vaccine.
Growing numbers of U.S. citizens are heading to street corners and home improvement store parking lots to find day-labor work usually done by illegal immigrants.
Almost one out of four U.S. homeowners owe more on their mortgages than the properties are worth.
A senior finance official says that Dubai's government will not guarantee the debts of state-owned Dubai World.
Dubai has gone from being one of the richest cities in the world to one of the biggest financial disasters in history.
Scientists at the University of East Anglia have confessed to throwing away much of the raw temperature data on which the theory of global warming is based.
It turns out that there are quite a few "inconvenient truths" about the theory of "climate change" that Al Gore and his environmental extremist friends did not want us to know.
Are Democrats starting to revolt over Barack Obama's troop surge in Afghanistan?
Today 93 percent of soybeans and 80 percent of corn in the U.S. grow from seeds genetically altered according to Monsanto company patents.
Government education inspectors in the U.K. are saying that the 40,000 parents who homeschool their own children must undergo criminal records checks.
Officials in the U.K. have spent two years and have spent massive amounts of money on a study they say proves that 10-pin bowling is a health and safety hazard and should be banned.
Parents at one school in the U.K. are being forced to undergo checks to prove that they are not pedophiles before they are allowed to accompany their children to school Christmas carol events.
To the FBI, radio host Hal Turner's code name was "Valhalla". It turns out that official records show that he was an informant who spied on his own controversial followers.
The CIA has made an unusual public show of its recruiting effort in Dearborn, Michigan - a city of 100,000 with the densest Arab population in the United States.
A court in northern China has sentenced five leaders of an unauthorized Christian church to prison terms of up to seven years.
Saudi Arabia is stepping up its hunt for witches and black magicians.
One church in the Seattle area just held a meeting during which people got tatoos in front of the church during the service.
The Red Cross is reporting that as many as 10,000 albinos are in hiding in east Africa over fears that they will be dismembered and their body parts sold off to witchdoctors.
Lastly, a Southern Illinois woman faces charges after she intentionally rammed a burning pickup into the front porch of her ex's house.
Britain’s national medical laboratory says that one H1N1 swine flu sample taken from a patient in Ukraine had mutated so much from the original H1N1 swine flu that the swine flu vaccine probably would not protect against it well.
The "D225G" H1N1 mutation has now been found in fatal or severe cases in Ukraine, Brazil, Norway and China.
Two dangerous H1N1 swine flu mutations have shown up in dead patients in France.
France's Health Surveillance Institute is saying the following about this mutation.....
"The mutation could increase the ability of the virus to affect the respiratory tracts and, in particular, the lung tissue."
Even though it has been acknowledged that the H1N1 vaccine will not work effectively against one of the new mutations, the French people are still being encouraged to run out and get injected with it.
About 1.5 million cases of acute respiratory illness and H1N1 flu have been reported in Belarus.
The WHO has announced that the global number of H1N1 deaths jumped by more than 1,000 in one week.
This past week witnessed a record number of U.S. pediatric deaths from the H1N1 swine flu.
The last seven days has seen a record number of H1N1 swine flu deaths in the U.K.
Russia Today is reporting that some top WHO officials are on the payroll of swine flu vaccine manufacturers.
It is being reported that the H1N1 swine flu and H5N1 bird flu viruses are being mixed together by a French professor named Bruno Lina, affiliated with WHO, potentially creating a highly lethal virus. This "research" is being conducted under the pretext of having to predict the course of a future pandemic.
The French Ministry of the Interior has announced that the French army’s medical corps is to help carry out vaccinations in the country’s 1080 vaccine centers.
A U.K. Parliamentary briefing note published in November 2009 maintains that the U.K. government has the power to impose compulsory swine flu vaccinations under the Civil Contingencies Act of 2004.
In Australia, the H1N1 swine flu will be included in next year's seasonal influenza vaccine, despite more than 650 adverse reactions to the vaccine.
Israel suspended their swine flu vaccination campaign on October 22nd following the deaths of four people from the vaccine.
One Russian lawmaker has called for Russia to withdraw from the WHO if an investigation into the alleged collusion between the WHO and pharmaceutical companies on the swine flu proves to be accurate.
Is Climategate one of the worst scientific scandals of our generation?
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The Danish parliament has passed legislation just in time for the upcoming Copenhagen Treaty meetings which will give police sweeping powers of "pre-emptive" arrest and extend custodial sentences for acts of civil disobedience.
Commonwealth nations representing one-third of the world's population have thrown their collective weight behind accelerating efforts to clinch an "operationally binding" U.N. climate deal in Copenhagen.
Australian scientists have announced that they are hoping to breed sheep that burp less as part of efforts to combat climate change.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says that any effort by Congress to audit the Federal Reserve would "seriously impair" economic stability in the United States.
Bankers with Rothschild ties have been appointed to help restructure Dubai World with a mandate to dispose of some of their most famous assets.
A new article in the Toronto Star entitled "One Generation Is All They Need" contains this stunning statement.....
"One day we will all happily be implanted with microchips, and our every move will be monitored. The technology exists; the only barrier is society's resistance to the loss of privacy."
Food stamp use in the U.S. is at record highs and is climbing every month. In fact, the program now helps feed one in eight Americans and one in four children.
Virtually all of the camping grounds within 100 miles of Los Angeles are now filled with people living in them.
A sheriff's official in Washington state says that four police officers have been shot dead in an ambush at a coffee house.
Some are now even trying to blame "prosperity preaching" for the global economic crash.
Are nanoparticles in some vitamins, cosmetics, sunscreens and paint causing genetic damage?
The 3rd Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in Philadelphia has upheld one school district's ban on popular Christmas carols such as "Silent Night," "Joy to the World," "Oh, Come All Ye Faithful" and "Hark the Herald Angels Sing".
A shocking new program proposed at the University of Minnesota would result in required examinations of teacher candidates on "white privilege" as well as "remedial re-education" for those who hold the "wrong" views.
An inventor from South Africa reportedly discovered a microchip implant in his shoulder when having a tumor removed from that area. It turns out that the microchip was manufactured by VeriChip and he has no idea how it got there.
Lastly, airlines are increasingly have difficulties with obese passengers who simply cannot fit into their seats.
The U.S. federal government spent 3.5 trillion dollars during Barack Obama's first year in the White House. That far exceeds the spending for any other first-year president.
The Climategate emails are sweeping America - will they scuttle Barack Obama's cap and trade scheme?
The Liberal Party in Australia is in turmoil due to the resignations of five frontbenchers in protest against the carbon emissions trading scheme.
WHO officials say that they are "not sure" if reported H1N1 swine flu mutations suggest a "fundamental change" in the virus.
Iran's Minister of Health Marzieh Vahid-Dastjerdi has announced that more than one million people have tested positive for the H1N1 swine flu virus in that nation.
A Chinese health official has announced that China has detected 8 people infected with mutated forms of the H1N1 swine flu virus.
China has seen wholesale garlic prices rocket by as much as 15-fold since March in large cities such as Beijing due to a combination of reduced acreage being planted by local farmers because of the recession – and a belief that garlic can keep away swine flu.
New figures have shown that deaths from the swine flu pandemic in England rose to their highest peak yet last week.
Over 400 schools have been closed in France as H1N1 fears spread rapidly across that nation.
Schools across Romania will be closing for seven days due to a severe outbreak of the H1N1 swine flu virus.
One mother in Canada was completely horrified by her son's physical reaction to the H1N1 swine flu vaccine.
Iranian Ambassador to Moscow Mahmoud Reza Sajjadi says that he has received assurances from Russia that the controversial missile system S-300 will be delivered to Tehran.
The Temple Institute in Jerusalem has so far spent approximately 27 million dollars on preparations for the rebuilding of the Jewish Temple.
U.S. stocks are plunging as a wave of fear is sweeping through world markets over concerns that financial trouble in Dubai will spark more world economic problems.
The financial crash of Dubai could end up being one of the most spectacular in modern history.
The Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller home price index has risen 5% from the April low, but the index is still predicting a massive 45% fall in home prices from today’s values.
The FDIC is reporting the biggest drop in business loans on record.
Congress is reportedly scrambling to write "economic jobs stimulus 3.0".
In an interview with Fox News, Sarah Palin said that she is not ruling out a run for the presidency.
In a stunning turn, Lou Dobbs has announced that he now supports amnesty for the estimated 12 million illegal immigrants living inside the United States.
More than 5000 people from 80 nations are expected to converge on Melbourne, Australia next week for the 2009 Parliament of the World’s Religions, the world’s largest "multifaith" gathering of religious and spiritual leaders.
Due to a severe budget shortfall, the Southern Baptist Convention’s international mission agency will cut its overseas mission force by as many as 600 missionaries in 2010.
A 16-year-old Christian Sudanese girl was lashed 50 times after a Muslim judge ruled that her knee-length skirt was indecent.
Students at one high school in Massachusetts are opening theater doors today for a free performance of scenes from their upcoming musical about a bisexual father torn between his family and his "gay" lover.
In Florida, three woman and a child in bed were shot to death during a family Thanksgiving gathering.
Tribes in Kenya that lived side by side for decades say that they have been pushed to warfare by competition for disappearing water and pasture.
A creepy string of cow mutilations in southern Colorado has a rancher and sheriff's officials mystified.
Lastly, it turns out that the United States is the third fattest country in the world.
According to a report just released from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, one in four teenage girls in the United States has had a sexually transmitted disease.
U.S. health officials are linking the H1N1 swine flu epidemic to a sharp rise in the number of severe bacterial infections.
Widespread opposition in Europe against the swine flu vaccine is growing.
Now New Zealand Government’s chief climate advisory unit NIWA is under fire for allegedly massaging raw climate data to show a global warming trend that simply was not there.
The U.S. Senate's leading global warming opponent has sent letters to several climate change scientists and to the inspectors general of various federal agencies notifying them to retain e-mails that prove researchers are manipulating data to make the case for global warming.
The White House has announced that Barack Obama will attend U.N.-sponsored climate talks in Copenhagen next month and commit the United States to specific targets for reducing carbon dioxide emissions.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that Americans would be willing to "absorb" higher deficits in exchange for more jobs.
The total number of bankruptcies filed in the third quarter in the United States surged 33%.
Wow - this startling animated map shows the stunning growth of unemployment in the United States. If you still have a job that is something to be thankful for on this Thanksgiving Day.
China State Construction Engineering Corporation, the largest contractor in China, has bagged a subway ventilation project worth about 100 million dollars in New York's Manhattan area. I guess that is one way to increase employment in the U.S. - give all the jobs to China.
Fannie Mae plans to raise minimum credit score requirements and limit the amount of overall debt that borrowers can carry relative to their incomes.
A shocking new series of tests released by Consumer Reports reveals that many leading brands of canned foods contain Bisphenol A - a toxic chemical linked to reproductive abnormalities, neurological effects, heightened risk of breast and prostate cancers, diabetes, heart disease and other serious health problems.
A controversial new proposal in the U.K. would force political parties to make Parliament less white, male, middle-class and heterosexual.
More stores than ever will be opening their doors on Thanksgiving Day. Is that a good thing?
Do you know what is in the games your kids are playing? Perhaps before you answer that question, you should watch this short video of the hottest new video game that has been released this holiday season.
Lastly, why has the World Health Organization published a press release at this time which contains an ominous warning about the potential for a deadly "reassortment" in which the H1N1 swine flu virus combines with the H5N1 bird flu virus to produce a completely new strain?