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Murdered Dutch Missionary Burried In Netherlands; Ebel Kremer Mourned Worldwide

A Dutch missionary who was murdered when armed robbers stormed a mission center in Kenya where he supported orphans, was buried Monday, March 7, in the Netherlands.

Turkish Court Jails Officers Over Killings Christians
A Turkish court on Monday, March 21, ordered five military officers and two civilians jailed as part of an investigation into the 2007 killings of three Christians at a Bible-publishing house.

Nigeria Bombers Killed Before Attacking Church
Two people suspected of planning to bomb a Nigerian church were killed before they reached their destination in the central city of Jos, adding to tensions in an area already troubled by deadly religious and ethnic violence, officials said Sunday, March 20.

BREAKING NEWS: Concerns Over Libya’s Christians As Allies Launch Military Action (Update)
Libya's minority Christians were among those facing danger Saturday, March 19, as the international community began enforcing a no fly zone over the predominantly Sunni Muslim nation to halt attacks by forces loyal to embattled Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi.

Qaddafi Compound Hit by U.K. Missiles as Coalition Says Leader’s Forces in Disarray - Fox News
British submarines fired two missiles at Libyan leader Muammar al-Qaddafi's compound in downtown Tripoli Sunday, a senior coalition official confirmed to Fox News, as part of a weekend of punishing attacks aimed at protecting the Libyan people.

Arab League Criticizes Libya No-Fly Zone Implementation - VOA News
The Arab League is criticizing the international air assault on Libya, a week after asking the United Nations to impose a no-fly zone on the North African nation.

Iran warns Libyans of West's 'colonial' aims - Jerusalem Post
Iran warned Libyans on Sunday not to trust Western powers launching air strikes against Muammar Gaddafi's troops, saying their aim was to gain neo-colonial control over the oil-rich nation.

US: No-fly zone effectively in place over Libya - Jerusalem Post
The top US military officer said on Sunday that US and allied forces have effectively established a no-fly zone over Libya and halted an offensive by Muammar Gaddafi's forces on rebels in Benghazi.

Franklin Graham: World's Christians in Grave Danger - NewsMax
The Muslim Brotherhood, with the complicity of the Obama administration, has infiltrated the U.S. government at the highest levels and is influencing American policy that leaves the world’s Christians in grave danger, warns internationally known evangelist Franklin Graham.

WHO warns of "serious" food radiation in disaster-hit Japan - Reuters
The World Health Organization said on Monday that radiation in food after an earthquake damaged a Japanese nuclear plant was more serious than previously thought, eclipsing signs of progress in a battle to avert a catastrophic meltdown in its reactors.

Could artefacts in remote Jordan cave reveal Jesus' last years? - Arab Herald
Biblical artefacts discovered in a remote cave in Jordan could reveal the last years of Jesus' life if they are found to be genuine.

Wave of unrest shakes Syria, crowds torch party HQ - Reuters
Crowds set fire to a headquarters of the ruling Baath Party in the Syrian city of Deraa on Sunday, residents said, as the wave of unrest in the Arab world shook even one of its most authoritarian states.

Syria: Protesters in south set fire to buildings - BBC
Demonstrators in the southern Syrian city of Deraa have set fire to several buildings during a third consecutive day of protests, witnesses say.

Engineers connect power cables to Fukushima plant - Jerusalem Post
Engineers managed to rig power cables to all six reactors at the Fukushima complex on Monday, 240 km (150 miles) north of Tokyo, and started a water pump at one of them to reverse the overheating that has triggered the world's worst nuclear crisis in 25 years.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
Victoria's Secret: The inside story of an arms-laden ship - Jerusalem Post
The ships closed in fast. Hours earlier, the navy had received news that the Victoria, a 179-meter-long cargo ship flying a Liberian flag, had departed from Mersin Port in southern Turkey with Alexandria, Egypt as its destination.

Hamas digging 'terror tunnels' along border with Israel - Jerusalem Post
Facing a possible new conflict against Hamas, concern is growing within the IDF regarding increased efforts by Palestinian terrorist groups to dig tunnels under the border that could be used to infiltrate into Israel and perpetrate attacks.

Gaza: IDF tank-shield intercepts missile - Ynet News
Exchanges of fire between IDF soldiers and Palestinians were reported at around noon Sunday near the Al-Bureij refugee camp in Gaza.

50 mortar shells fired into Israel, 2 injured - Jerusalem Post
Civilian areas in southern Israel were heavily shelled by Palestinian terrorists in Gaza on Saturday morning, when more than 50 mortars were fired at the regional councils of Sha'ar Hanegev, Eshkol and Sdot Hanegev.

Inside the United States
CBO: Obama understates deficits by $2.3 trillion - AP
A new assessment of President Barack Obama's budget released Friday says the White House underestimates future budget deficits by more than $2 trillion over the upcoming decade.

Growing Evangelical Clout Shapes Political Debate with 2012 Looming - The Blaze
Republican presidential candidates take note: the clout of social and religious conservatives is growing in politically crucial Iowa. And these activists are driving the debate here toward cultural issues -- and away from the economy -- just as the GOP sets out to find an opponent for President Barack Obama.

Not Again: Another Oil Spill Reported Near BP Explosion Site in Gulf - The Blaze
The U.S. Coast Guard is investigating what seems to be an oil spill just 20 miles north of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig, which is where the BP spill occurred. The leaky rig may be the Matterhorn SeaStar, owned by W&T Offshore, Inc. The slick is said to be 30 miles off the coast of Louisiana.

States rush to settle Medicaid bills - USA Today
State governments are rushing to pay billions of dollars of medical bills before special federal assistance for Medicaid expires July 1.

Judge Blocks Wisconsin Union Law - ABC News
Wisconsin governor Scott Walker's plan to weaken state employee unions hit a legal speed bump today when a judge blocked it -- at least temporarily.



Crystal Cathedral Bans Homosexuality in Choir

The Crystal Cathedral in Southern California has taken the surprising step of asking its choir members to model a biblical lifestyle, which would include abstaining from homosexual behavior.


Author: Recovering from Religious Abuse

Millions of people have experienced religious abuse, claims one author. Yet the church has refused to care for, let alone acknowledge, the abused.




NH Court Upholds Order to Send Homeschooled Girl to Public School

The New Hampshire Supreme Court on Wednesday affirmed a lower court’s decision to order an 11-year-old out of homeschooling and into a public school.


Global Warming Questioned amid Japan Quake, Tsunami

As the Japan earthquake and tsunami ignite talks of global warming, a recently released Gallup poll indicates a growing number of Americans believe the warnings about Global warming are exaggerated.




Rob Bell Denies Being a Universalist

Just a day before the release of his controversial book on hell, Michigan pastor Rob Bell denied that he was a universalist. He spoke to thousands at the launch of his book tour in New York City.


Christian Univ. President Resigns; Admits to Money Fraud

The president of a Christian university in Florida recently abruptly resigned and admitted to money laundering and wire fraud.




Christian Filmmaker: Stop Making Christian Films

Multi-award-winning filmmaker, Lee Stanley, mostly known for "Gridiron Gang," starring Dwayne Johnson, wants Christian filmmakers to stop making overtly Christian films.


Christian Ex-Porn Star's Message to Kacey Jordan

An ex-porn star has a message for adult film star Kacey Jordan, who was tied to Charlie Sheen for her sexual services early this year. Jordan allegedly tried to kill herself on Monday.




John 3:16 Day Birthed by K-LOVE Listener

For all of you who don’t know, today is a holiday … in the making. A K-LOVE radio station listener suggested that today, March 16, should be deemed as John 3:16 Day, in honor of the biblical verse.


How Pig Pen Christians Can Shine During the End Times

With the ongoing eruption of wars, famines, devastating earthquakes, and continual unrest throughout the world, one question remains – have the end times come?




Saddleback Church Prepares for Spiritual Need in Japan

While aid groups are currently focusing on meeting the initial physical needs of disaster-stricken Japan, Saddleback Church is preparing for what they consider to be phase two of the relief effort – spreading the hope of Jesus Christ


Japan Tsunami Survivors Helped by Local Church Network

Three days after a tsunami tore through Japan's Miyagi prefecture, American missionary Phillip Foxwell drove a truck into the disaster zone to access the damage. Having grown up in Japan, Foxwell had childhood friends amongst local residents – whom he feared had died.




European Court Upholds Crucifixes in Public Schools

The European Court of Human Rights ruled Friday that public schools in Italy can continue to display crucifixes in the classrooms.


Haitian Authorities Release Detained U.S. Missionary

A U.S. missionary who was held in a Haitian prison for more than five months without charges is now free and bound for the United States.


Muammar al-Gaddafi Rallies Loyalists to Fight in 'Decisive Battle'

Muammar al-Gaddafi shows no sign that he intends to let go of power, vowing Thursday to engage in a “decisive battle.”


U.S. Army ‘Kill Team’ in Afghanistan Posed for ‘Trophy’ Photos with Murdered Civilians

Senior officials at Nato’s International Security Assistance Force in Kabul have compared the pictures published by the German news weekly Der Spiegel to the images of US soldiers abusing prisoners in Abu Ghraib in Iraq which sparked waves of anti-US protests around the world.

Radioactive iodine at 126.7 times allowed limit in sea samples

Global anxiety rose over radiation from Japan’s earthquake-damaged nuclear plant even as engineers had some success in the battle to avert disaster from the world’s worst atomic crisis since Chernobyl.

Libya: NATO's African War: The Role of US Africa Command (AFRICOM)

Following similar developments in neighboring Tunisia and Egypt, anti-government protests began in Libya on February 15. On March 19 the U.S., France and Britain delivered air and cruise missile attacks against targets in Libya: 112 Tomahawk missile strikes from U.S. and British submarines and warships in the Mediterranean Sea and attacks by French warplanes on what were identified as government military vehicles on the ground.


BP set to begin oil drilling off Libya

It also follows claims, denied by BP, that it lobbied for Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi's release.

PIMCO Buys Government Debt Outside the U.S., Citing Inflation

PIMCO, the world's biggest bond fund, who recently announced it was dumping their U.S. Treasury holdings, now says it is buying foreign debt in 'Rising Star' nations.  Stating that the "pipeline of inflation is starting to hit globally," PIMCO said emerging markets can best weather the inflation storm.

Supreme Court Rules The Fed Has 5 Days to Release Records to Bloomberg

In a crushing blow against the Fed and the banks that own it, in this case represented by the Clearing House Association, the Supreme Court rejected an industry appeal set forth by the CHA, that sought to keep critical bailout data from going public. The lawsuit was originally started by the great and late Mark Pittman, who tragically passed away around Thanksgiving 2009: we are confident we would be delighted to learn that his unprecedented act of suing the Fed in order to generate more transparency has finally succeeded.

Shaken: 10 Economic Disasters Which Threaten To Rip World Financial Markets To Shreds

2011 has already been the most memorable year in ages and we haven’t even reached April yet.  Revolutions have swept the Middle East, an unprecedented earthquake and tsunami have hit Japan, civil war has erupted in Libya, the price of oil has been soaring and the entire globe is teetering on the brink of economic collapse.  It seems like almost everything that can be shaken is being shaken.

Neo-Cons Applaud Obama’s War, Call For Occupation Of Libya

Kristol and McCain brazenly admit “humanitarian mission” in Libya is about neo-colonial regime change

Libyan War: Globalists Bluffing their way to Victory

In a war the globalists dared not even debate domestically amongst their bankrupt, imploding societies, they are now oafishly extending their litany of verifiable lies, and unverified accusations over the combat phase of their meddling in Libya.

Japan: Food Contamination Worse Than Previously Thought

The World Health Organization said on Monday that the detection of radiation in food after an earthquake damaged a Japanese nuclear plant was a more serious problem than it had first expected.

Obama Budget to Produce $9.5 Trillion Deficit

The estimate from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office says that if Obama's February budget submission is enacted into law it would produce deficits totaling $9.5 trillion over 10 years — an average of almost $1 trillion a year.

Arab League criticizes allied airstrikes on Libya

The head of the Arab League has criticized international strikes on Libya, saying they caused civilian deaths.

As U.S. Regime Fights Three Wars, Obama Pushes F-18 Fighter Jets on Brazil

"The F-18 issue did come up. President Rousseff raised it," White House aide Dan Restrepo told reporters in Rio de Janeiro, referring to the leaders' bilateral meeting in Brasilia on Saturday that kicked off Obama's five-day Latin American tour.

A democratic Mediterranean emerging from the maelstrom

A new Mediterranean union could be a framework for a new moral vibrancy, informed by the same universal values that mobilised the young in Tunisia, Egypt, and beyond – freedom, individual responsibility and accountability, transparency, tolerance, solidarity with the weak and oppressed, justice, gender equality, and other fundamental human and democratic rights.

Why California should quit the 'dollar zone'

If it makes sense, as Paul Krugman and others argue, for Greece to ditch the euro, then Jerry Brown should think about it

India found EU ‘intrusive and preachy'

CHENNAI: In private, New Delhi looks down its nose at the ability of its largest trading partner, the European Union, to coordinate on policy and conduct effective diplomacy, classified U.S. Embassy cables charting the progress of the strategic partnership, and accessed by The Hindu through WikiLeaks, shows. The cables, sent between 2004 and 2008 ( 22519, 40254, 82606, 130916, 171651: all confidential) showed reservations among policymakers at the level of the Ministry of External Affairs and in intellectual circles about cooperating on a strategy beyond economics. Instead, New Delhi preferred to negotiate with the big countries of Europe separately


Yemen's president declares state of emergency following bloodbath

Tens of thousands of anti-government demonstrators continued to gather in Taghyeer Square in Sana'a on Saturday, a day after President Ali Abdullah Saleh announced a nationwide state of emergency. This followed the bloodiest outbreak of violence since anti-government protests began.

Burma Psychological Warfare unit to launch newspaper

The Burmese regime’s psychological warfare department is soon to launch a daily newspaper in what one analyst said could be a move to counter the growing influence of the internet. The launch of The Myawaddy, which will be headquartered in Naypyidaw, brings to four the number of state-run daily newspapers in Burma, all of which act as mouthpieces for the ruling junta. Political analyst Aung Naing Oo told DVB that the move was yet another attempt by the junta to counter the flow of independent media in Burma that has spread as more Burmese log on to the internet.

China Expresses Regret over Allied Strike on Libya

China has registered disapproval over Operation Odyssey Dawn, the military action launched by the U.S. and its European allies against targets in Libya:

3 Ways To Protect Yourself From Radiation NATURALLY

Obama Starts Another Illegal War, Rangel Calls For Draft

What balls! What hubris! What hypocrisy! What happened to America?

Attempts to Replace Confetti Currency Federal Reserve Notes with Precious Metals Are, ‘A Unique Form of Domestic Terrorism’

The case was investigated by the FBI, Buncombe County Sheriff’s Department, and the U.S. Secret Service, in cooperation with and invaluable assistance of the United States Mint. The case was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorneys Jill Westmoreland Rose and Craig D. Randall, and the forfeiture trial is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorneys Tom Ascik and Ben Bain Creed.


MARCH 19, 2011
OBAMA: 'Today we are part of a broad coalition. We are answering the calls of a threatened people. And we are acting in the interests of the United States and the world'...

MARCH 19, 2003
BUSH: 'American and coalition forces are in the early stages of military operations to disarm Iraq, to free its people and to defend the world from grave danger'...

U.S., allies launch broadest international military effort since Iraq war...
Fire 112 Tomahawk missiles into Tripoli, Misrata...
LIVE: 'Operation Odyssey Dawn'...
Gadhafi to defend against 'colonial, crusader' aggression...
Pledges long war...
Deploys human shield at compound...
REPORT: Libya to arm 1 million people...

Governments Have Been Covering Up Nuclear Meltdowns for Fifty Years to Protect the Nuclear Power Industry

Food, water now radioactive in Japan; sales halted while governments play the radiation doublespeak game

As the situation in Fukushima continues to deteriorate, radiation levels keep rising. Now the food and water near (and inside) Tokyo is becoming irradiated. Reuters reports that the water in Tokyo is now contaminated with radioactive iodine (


Oil Spill Near Deepwater Drilling Site in Gulf

The Coast Guard is investigating reports of a potentially large oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico not far from the Deepwater Horizon site. According to a knowledgeable source, the slick was sighted by a helicopter pilot on Friday and is about 100 miles long. A fishing boat captain said he went through the slick yesterday and it was strong enough to make his eyes burn.

Bush bombed Iraq 19 March 2003, Obama bombed Libya 19 March 2011: Change we can believe in

Pentagon: 112 cruise missiles launched from US and UK ships and subs, hitting 20 sites

Anonymous Indicates Widespread Insurance Fraud; Bank Of America Owns A Force Placed Insurance Subsidiary; Other Banks Earn Commissions

US, Coalition Attack Libya Air-Defense Systems With 'Operation Odyssey

President Barack Obama said he’s authorized U.S. armed forces to begin “limited” operations to enforce a no-fly zone over Libya, as U.S. and coalition ships and aircraft hit the North African nation’s air defenses.

U.S. Launches Cruise Missiles Against Qaddafi's Air Defenses
US begins assault against Libyan air defenses

The Pentagon says U.S. and British ships and submarines have launched the first phase of a missile assault on Libyan air defenses, firing 112 Tomahawk cruise missiles at more than 20 targets along the coast.

Buffett banks another $3.7 billion from Goldman Sachs investment in the depths of economic crisis

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (BRK/A) has made about $3.7 billion, including paper profits, from its $5 billion investment in Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS) at the depths of the financial crisis in 2008.

French warplanes strike against Gaddafi

Rebels Shoot Down Own Plane...
20 Warplanes Take to Skies, Open Fire...
US forces not involved 'at this point'...

World War III: One Nation at a Time

Look past the puppets and above the globalists' stage.

US sending more warships to Mediterranean

The USS Bataan, a helicopter-carrying amphibious assault ship, and two other vessels were deployed ahead of schedule, the navy said after the UN Security Council approved action to stop Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi's offensive against rebels.

Debt Problem: Who In The World Is Going To Buy The Billions Of Dollars Of Debt The U.S. Government Is Constantly Pumping Out Now?

Bernard von NotHaus 'Liberty Dollar' Founder Convicted On Federal Charges

Liberty Dollar founder Bernard von NotHaus was convicted today on federal charges in Statesville. The case has local implications, because Asheville Liberty Dollar head Kevin Innes also faces trial. Innes has asserted that he is innocent of any wrongdoing, and sought local support.

US Cost of Living Hits Record, Passing Pre-Crisis High

One would think that after the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, Americans could at least catch a break for a while with deflationary forces keeping the cost of living relatively low. That’s not the case.

Japan earthquake: Radiation found in food near nuclear plant

Radiation in milk and spinach has been found to exceed safe levels near the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.

Operation Ellamy: Designed to strike Libya from air and sea

The extent to which Britain's military is to be drawn into another conflict was a matter of heated debate last night as jets were being deployed to the Mediterranean in preparation for possible air strikes against the Libyan regime.

Nigel Farage Blasts Eurocouncil President Van Rompuy For Cozying With Gaddafi As Recently As December

That our politicians are unbearable hypocrites without borders is no secret. After all, Gaddafi himself was among Europe's best arms clients for a long time having to recycle billions of petrodollars into something tangible.

Michigan passes 'financial martial law' bill

It  gives emergency financial managers broad authority to end employee union contracts, and to nullify elected boards and councils

Pakistan’s Musharraf: U.K. never told me not to torture

Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf said he believes Britain gave Pakistan “tacit approval” of its interrogation techniques on terror suspects.

Worried Californians Purchase Gas Masks and Chemical Suits

The owner of a military supply company in Maine says he’s been inundated with orders from people in California buying gas masks and chemical suits.

Announcement: Comments Section Now Added To BLN

After much debate, and many requests, we have decided to see how it works out.

'Radiation is good for you,' says Ann Coulter as she weighs in on Japan's nuclear crisis

The Media Side Show Continues....
And so does the tragedy pimping...

Egypt Arming Libyan Rebels

After the corporate owned media's failed attempt in February 2011 to portray the Libyan unrest as "unarmed protesters" being brutalized by Qaddafi, reports began trickling in of what was actually a full-scale rebellion with weapons coming across the border from Egypt. These reports are now confirmed, as large scale operations to supply the rebels with weapons have now been admitted by both the US and Egyptian governments.

Did Scientists Use Secret Tesla Tech to Make Rain in the Desert?

It was rainy in the Middle East last summer. Like, super rainy, which is unusual for a desert. A company called Meteo Systems is boasting that they caused all that rain, using a secret weather control system based on technology first developed by Nikola Tesla in 1890.

Narco-capitalism grips North Korea

In early March, the United States State Department made a statement that attracted surprisingly little attention worldwide, estimating that government-sponsored narcotic production in North Korea seemed to have decreased considerably. At the same time, the statement made clear that the private production of drugs was on the rise.

Revealed: US spy operation that manipulates social media

The US military is developing software that will let it secretly manipulate social media sites by using fake online personas to influence internet conversations and spread pro-American propaganda. A Californian corporation has been awarded a contract with United States Central Command (Centcom), which oversees US armed operations in the Middle East and Central Asia, to develop what is described as an "online persona management service" that will allow one US serviceman or woman to control up to 10 separate identities based all over the world.

Libya To Halt All Military Action, Announces Immediate Ceasefire

Libya announces it accepts the UN resolution, encourages opening of all dialogue with all sides, according to Libyan Foreign Minister. Also, the country has agreed to an immediate ceasefire.

US Cost of Living Hits Record, Passing Pre-Crisis High

One would think that after the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, Americans could at least catch a break for a while with deflationary forces keeping the cost of living relatively low. That’s not the case.

Debt Problem: Who In The World Is Going To Buy The Billions Of Dollars Of Debt The U.S. Government Is Constantly Pumping Out Now?

G-7 Sells Yen in First Joint Intervention in More Than Decade

The Group of Seven will jointly intervene in the foreign exchange market for the first time in more than a decade after Japan’s currency soared, threatening its recovery from the March 11 earthquake.

Saving Money? Not In This Economy – 22 Facts That Prove Middle Class Families Are Being Savagely Crushed

War with Libya: Globalist crimes against humanity expanded over Libya

UN OKs Libya airstrikes, no-fly zone

The U.N. Security Council authorized a no-fly zone over Libya and called for Arab states and others to use "all necessary measures" to protect civilians from attacks by Moammar Gadhafi's forces.

US Fleet Commander Met Head of Bahrain Defense Forces Before Crackdown; Opposition Leaders Arrested

Tokyo Passengers Trigger U.S. Airport Detectors, N.Y. Post Says

Radiation detectors at Dallas-Fort Worth and Chicago O’Hare airports were triggered when passengers from flights that started in Tokyo passed through customs, the New York Post reported.

Jury Nullification Activist Can't Get Arrested in Orlando

Feisty jury nullification activist Julian Heicklen, a 79-year-old former chemistry professor, is facing federal charges of jury tampering up in New York for the act of handing out pamphlets advocating the power and responsibility of juries to judge the law as well as the facts (that is, to acquit if they think a law is unjust even if they think a defendent violated that law). But his attempts to get arrested again for violating Judge Belvin Perry's ban on nullification pamphleteering near his courthouse in Orlando have so far failed. He's violated the order, but no one's arrested him.

Roubini Calls for IMF-Led "Marshal Plan" for Mideast, I Say Nonsense

In an interview posted on Al Jazeera, Nouriel Roubini Calls for "Marshal Plan" for Mideast. Please consider Global stakes of Mideast turmoil We don’t know yet whether political contagion in the Middle East will spread to other countries. The turmoil may yet be contained and recede, sending oil prices back to lower levels. But there is a serious chance that the uprisings will spread, destabilizing Bahrain, Algeria, Oman, Jordan, Yemen, and eventually even Saudi Arabia.

RIP Shadow Banking System - Long Live QEx

We have unwittingly become trapped in the snarled net of years of bad Public Policy. Like corporations that look no further than this quarter's results, our politicos never stop campaigning to start the tough task of ruling responsibly. A winning election simply represents 'rewards' and 'spoils' to all before quickly resuming the next campaign. Image has become reality! As a result the never ending political pandering has led to false expectations, undeliverable entitlements and false optimism in the electorate that rejects the immediate and obvious realities.

U.S.-trained forces arrested in bloody slaying of kids

Two members of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas' official security forces were arrested in conjunction with this past weekend's bloody massacre in which five family members were brutally stabbed to death inside their home in the Jewish village of Itamar, WND has learned.

US Starts Evacuating Some Americans out of Japan

The Obama administration has authorized the first evacuations of Americans out of Japan, and said it will charter aircraft to help U.S. citizens wishing to escape elevated radiation levels in the country.

Bahrain: U.S. Backs Saudi Military Intervention, Conflict With Iran

On March 14 Saudi Arabia and its Gulf Cooperation Council partner the United Arab Emirates deployed 1,000 troops, 500 security personnel and armored troop carriers across the 25-mile King Fahd Causeway to Bahrain to shore up their fellow monarchy after a month of protests against the Al Khalifa dynasty.

Tokyo Exodus Part 3: ATM Shutdowns, Power Outages Put Citizens On Edge, Gold Hoarded In Evacuation Preparations

Western Response to Japan:The real crime against humanity

Western Response to Japan

Let The Bombing Commence: UN Set To Impose “No Fly Zone” Over Libya

The endgame in Libya begins. The UN has agreed on a draft resolution to implement a no fly zone over Libya, which means the bombing may commence as soon as the vote passes later today.

Nasa to shoot lasers at space junk around Earth to prevent collisions with satellites

Forecast for Plume's Path Is a Function of Wind and Weather

A forecast by the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organization shows how weather patterns this week might disperse radiation from a continuous source in Fukushima, Japan.

Steepest Rise in Food Prices in 36 Years

Wholesale prices jumped last month by the most in nearly two years due to higher energy costs and the steepest rise in food prices in 36 years. Excluding those volatile categories, inflation was tame.

‘Blood Money’ Frees CIA Contractor in Pakistan

An American CIA contractor detained on suspicion of murder was released on Wednesday after families of the two Pakistanis he killed were given “blood money” and the case was dropped, Pakistani officials said.

Foreign bankers flee Tokyo as nuclear crisis deepens

Foreign bankers are fleeing Tokyo as Japan's nuclear crisis worsens, scrambling for commercial and charter flights out of the country and into other major cities in the region.

Fukushima: Mark 1 Nuclear Reactor Design Caused GE Scientist To Quit In Protest

"The problems we identified in 1975 were that, in doing the design of the containment, they did not take into account the dynamic loads that could be experienced with a loss of coolant," Bridenbaugh told ABC News in an interview. "The impact loads the containment would receive by this very rapid release of energy could tear the containment apart and create an uncontrolled release."

Egypt's ElBaradei: Con-man in Chief?

Globalist stooge ElBaradei is prying his way into the presidency.

Panicked residents start to flee Tokyo as radiation levels rise after THIRD blast at stricken nuclear power plant

White House wants new copyright law crackdown

The White House today proposed sweeping revisions to U.S. copyright law, including making "illegal streaming" of audio or video a federal felony and allowing FBI agents to wiretap suspected infringers.

Logical Assessment of Japan’s Nuke Disaster – FAQ

There has been a lot of speculation about Japan’s ongoing, and ever widening Nuclear Reactor Disaster. Maybe to put your mind at ease, or to give some hope for those who might be effected by this event… We have put together some best and worst case scenarios, and in doing so hope to answer questions that the Media has either forgotten to address, or is outright avoiding.

New York Stock Exchange Invokes Rule To Speed Market's Open

NYSE Euronext (NYX) invoked "Rule 48" for its New York Stock Exchange and NYSE Amex cash markets half an hour before the market's open on Tuesday as the specter of a nuclear power crisis in Japan and heightened radiation risks sent global markets plunging. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures recently were down 227 points at 11699 in premarket trading.

Japan Has History of Nuclear Cover-ups

A documentary filmmaker who has spent much of his career focusing on the Japanese nuclear industry says it has a long history of cover-ups.

Japan jolted by new earthquakes as fears of radiation exposure take hold

Earthquakes of magnitude 6.1 and 6.2 strike areas south of Tokyo. As Japan holds it breath over radiation leaks at the Fukushima nuclear complex, the latest quakes raise fears about another nuclear facility. But the International Atomic Energy Agency says the Hamaoka plant is operating normally.

Expanding U.S.-Mexico Economic and Security Cooperation

There were growing concerns over drug violence prior to the recent U.S.-Mexico summit, along with other issues which have been a source of friction between the two countries. Despite any perceived tension, both leaders showcased their bilateral partnership and vowed to enhance collaboration. They focused on immigration, along with economic issues and took steps to end the long-standing dispute over cross-border trucking. The leaders also agreed to further deepen their cooperation in combating drug cartels.

Chip Prices Jump; Global Manufacturing Chain Disrupted

Prices for key technology components extended gains on Tuesday, as damage at Japanese plants and infrastructure caused by Friday’s devastating earthquake and tsunami threatens to disrupt the global manufacturing chain longer than many had expected.

Nuclear Disaster ‘Will Have Political Impact as Great as 9/11′

The nuclear disaster in Fukushima makes it hard to ignore the vulnurabilities of the technology. It could spell the end of nuclear power, German commentators argue on Monday. The government in Berlin may now cave in to mounting pressure to suspend its 12-year extension of reactor lifetimes, they say.

Japan's radiation nightmare: Third explosion at nuclear plant raises cancer fears as 140,000 told 'seal yourself indoors'

There was growing panic in Japan today as a massive explosion and a fire at a nuclear power station destroyed by the tsunami spewed radiation into the atmosphere.

Plan for martial law in Bahrain

A parliament group has asked Bahrain's king to impose martial law after a month of unrest which has left the tiny Gulf nation sharply divided between minority Sunni Muslims backing the ruling system and Shiites demanding sweeping changes.

Market Meltdown Nikkei Plummets

Asian shares tumbled Tuesday as Tokyo's stock benchmark plunged 11% on panic selling amid worries that a possible nuclear catastrophe in Japan would further complicate and endanger the nation's recovery from its worst earthquake on record.

Michigan bill would impose financial martial law

Michigan lawmakers are on the verge of approving a bill that would enable the governor to appoint "emergency managers" -- officials with unilateral power to make sweeping changes to cities facing financial troubles.

TSA Cooked The Books For Years On Costs, Federal Vs Private Screening

The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a letter to Transportation Committee Chairman John L. Mica (R-FL) that confirms the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has used faulty data and withheld information when evaluating and comparing the costs of the all-federal screening model and an alternative federal-private screening program.

Japan's nightmare gets even WORSE: All THREE damaged nuclear reactors now in 'meltdown' at tsunami-hit power station

BofA Leak Exposes Possible Force-Placed Insurance Fraud

OperationLeakS has now released the first batch of Bank of America fraud documents.  What has been disseminated so far consists mostly of emails between the hacker group Anonymous and a former employee at Balboa Insurance Co. which was acquired by BofA with their acquisition of Countrywide.

US Fed to meet as global crises loom large

The Federal Reserve's top policymakers meet Tuesday with an upbeat US economic outlook clouded by a devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan and unrest in the Middle East.

Carbon tax protesters gather in Victoria of Australia

A carbon tax battle has extended from political field onto the streets of Melbourne, Australia on Saturday. On Saturday, 400 protesters gathered with Liberal Victorian senators Mitch Fifield and Scott Ryan to protest against the price on carbon outside Prime Minister Julia Gillard's electorate office in Werribee, Victoria.

Is Azerbaijan Ready For Its Own Revolution?

Inspired by last month's Egyptian uprising, young activists in Azerbaijan were calling for antigovernment demonstrations today -- and using Facebook to spread the word. Originally planned as a "virtual protest," in which supporters could express their solidarity with a simple click of the mouse, the March 11 movement has since morphed into calls for a flesh-and-blood demonstration of growing disenchantment with the country's autocratic regime. It is a move that has rattled Baku.

The Latest In Eco-Funerals: Terminator-Style Nitrogen Shattering

A Swedish company wants to make burials more eco-friendly, and they're doing it by freezing dead people in liquid nitrogen, shattering them into dust with focused sound waves, and then sucking all the leftover moisture out with a vacuum.

Saudi Arabia Prepares To Enter Bahrain

And just when oil was tapering off on hopes that the Middle East supply situation may actually normalize, we get this from The Guardian: “Saudi forces are preparing to intervene in neighbouring Bahrain,”

Hackers Just Released What They Say Is A Damning Trove Of Emails About Bank Of America And Its Mortgage Practice

Update: Make That 15 Trillion; BOJ Raises Liquidity Injection To JPY12 Trillion ($146 Billion)

We have since learned that the extra 3 trillion will be use to buy government bonds. Hello QE, my old friend.

Nuclear Plant Designer: Japanese Government Suppressing Scale Of Crisis

A former nuclear power plant designer has said Japan is facing an extremely grave crisis and called on the government to release more information, which he said was being suppressed. Masashi Goto told a news conference in Tokyo that one of the reactors at the Fukushima-Daiichi plant was “highly unstable”, and that if there was a meltdown the “consequences would be tremendous”. He said such an event might be very likely indeed. So far, the government has said a meltdown would not lead to a sizeable leak of radioactive materials.

Japan Earthquake: before and after

Aerial photos taken over Japan have revealed the scale of devastation across dozens of suburbs and tens of thousands of homes and businesses.

Gordon Brown’s Government arranged a meeting with Prince Andrew’s convicted pedophile friend Jeffrey Epstein

Derry Brownfield Dies

Derry first entered the world of broadcasting when he and a friend established the Brownfield Network in 1972. In 1994 he established his own radio show, the Derry Brownfield Show. In 1997 Learfield Communications purchased the Brownfield Network but Derry remained on the air until 2008 when a dispute with major advertiser Monsanto resulted in cancelation of his show. Never one to give up, Derry continued broadcasting his show via webcast.