Cell phones contain more private
information about you and your activities
than just about anything else. They keep
track of where you are at all times,
everyone you call or text, e-mail, social
networking, photos, videos, personal files,
and much more. Would you want strangers to
have access to all that data?
Michigan State Police (MSP) have
reportedly been downloading data from cell
phones of motorists that get pulled over
for minor infractions like speeding, as if
8 million warrantless requests to Sprint
They use a special piece of
hardware to download all the data on the
phone, including information the user has
What makes matters worse, the MSP are
refusing to turn over information about
the data they extract, procedures to get
the data, or why they get data unless a
fee of $500,000 is paid.
Does anyone know the average
ransom paid to Somali pirates?
Even if you are a completely honest
person and think you have nothing to
hide, think again...
Executive Summary: Two members of the
Joint Chiefs of Staff 'dis America's
hyper-aggressive imperialism ...
Newly-leaked documents show that
innocent people were thrown into Gitmo
because they wore Casio watches or were
Al Jazeera reporters … Al Qaeda assassin
worked for MI6 … And – yes – the Iraq war
Four stories from the last week confirm
what many have been saying for years: the
war on terror is a bust.
"Military Brass Say Imperial Wars of
Aggression are Hurting America"
I've said for years the war on terror is
I've pointed out that experts say the
Iraq war has increased the threat of
As I noted last year:
"The very hawkish and pro-war Rand
Corporation released a study in 2008
called 'How Terrorist Groups End: Lessons
for Countering al Qa'ida.'
"The report confirms the war on terror
is actually weakening national
By David Galland, Casey
In the last few weeks, I've become
particularly "attentive" to the intentions
of Fed policy makers following the
scheduled June end date for QE2.
This is no small matter... An actual shift
in Fed policy – as opposed to the smoke and
mirrors sort – could temporarily play havoc
on equities and commodities markets alike.
How could it be otherwise, when under QE2
the Fed has been writing checks to the
Treasury in amounts of upwards of $100
billion a month since last November?
As a point of reference, at the end of
April 2007, the monetary base of the U.S.
was $822 billion. At the end of April 2011,
it will be $2.5 trillion, a three-fold
increase. Call it what you want,
"quantitative easing," "stimulus,"
"political payola," "madness," but monetary
inflation is the correct term. And monetary
inflation on this scale invariably leads to
price inflation on a similar scale.
It is this "money," steadily ginned out of
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