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AfterDowningStreet.org

“They are proselytizing not on behalf of the Constitution of the United States . . . but rather on behalf of some sort of fanatical view of end times. And they are using our army to affect that.”

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Catholic Peace Fellowship

A 17-year-old was taken from her grandmother's house in East Chicago by National Guard personnel under threat of arrest if she did not report for boot camp. She was trying to pass her junior year, ... and she is not old enough to retain a lawyer.

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Antiwar blog

The sad news just reached us that retired General William E. Odom has died of an apparent heart attack. He was 75. Odom served as director of the National Security Agency during Ronald Reagan’s second term. He had a reputation as a military hard-line

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ChicagoTribune.com

About 2,300 Marines will take part in an urban combat training exercise in central and southern Indiana, including landing helicopters at Indianapolis shopping malls, parks and the state fairgrounds, officials said.

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MSNBC

A little-noticed civil lawsuit in Florida is shining a light on an unusual but hugely profitable Pentagon contract to ship millions of gallson of aviation fuel to US bases in Iraq through the kingdom of Jordan. The deal involves a cast of influentia

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CalculatedRisk.blogspot.com

The biggest surge was in Columbia, South Carolina, home to Fort Jackson, where the Army trains recruits for combat in Afghanistan and Iraq. Properties in some stage of foreclosure rose 492 percent from a year earlier.

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CalculatedRisk.blogspot.com

The biggest surge was in Columbia, South Carolina, home to Fort Jackson, where the Army trains recruits for combat in Afghanistan and Iraq. Properties in some stage of foreclosure rose 492 percent from a year earlier.

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LewRockwell

Garbage collector, septic tank cleaner, janitor – the most necessary jobs are often the least glamorous. Some jobs, however, are not only unglamorous; they are completely unnecessary. Marine Colonel Beck is a Casualty Assistance Calls Officer.

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AP

Grave by mass grave, South Korea is unearthing the skeletons and buried truths of a cold-blooded slaughter from early in the Korean War, when this nation's U.S.-backed regime killed untold thousands of leftists and hapless peasants in a summer of

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www.breitbart.com

But the 5-foot-11, 180-pound software engineer is lucky if he presses 200 pounds—that is, until he steps into an "exoskeleton" of aluminum and electronics that multiplies his strength and endurance as many as 20 times.

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WAR ON YOU

The storyline from Minority Report may not be quite as far fetched as it sounds. British defence giant BAE Systems is creating a series of tiny electronic spiders, insects and snakes that could become the eyes and ears of soldiers on the battlefiel

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ElPasoTimes.com

"El Paso has many immigrants, and we want to get the word out to them that they too must register, even if they are (undocumented)," Amon said. "We do not share the information with U.S. immigration authorities. You don't need a so

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NY Times

THE Marines are looking for a few good women. Actually, they will take as many as they can get. Faced with the difficulty of recruiting during a long and unpopular war, the United States Marine Corps has started marketing itself to women in a conc

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