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The Camp David treaty is not a sacred text

brotherhoodBy Khalid Amayreh in occupied Palestine

It is quite heartening that leaders of the Egyptian Muslim Brothers are speaking of their disdain and contempt of the 1979 Peace Treaty between Egypt and Israel.

It seems also prudent that the Islamist party, evidently the largest in Egypt, will not embark on a rash feat that could invite uncalculated reactions from the Zionist entity and its western allies, especially her guardian-ally, the United States.

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National-Security Assassination of Americans in 1973

Pinochetby Jacob G. Hornberger

A Chilean judge has indicted a retired U.S. Naval officer, Capt. Ray E. Davis, in the murder of two American citizens in Chile during the U.S.-supported Pinochet coup in 1973. The indictment indicates that the U.S. military and the CIA may have been responsible for the national-security assassination of two Americans several decades before the start of the war on terrorism.

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Proposed FCC Media Consolidation Rules

Rupert MurdockIn October 2007, then FCC chairman Kevin Martin proposed lifting the 1975 media cross-ownership rule. It forbid owning a newspaper and television or radio station in the same city even though conglomerates like Rupert Murdock's News Corp. and the (Chicago) Tribune Company already did.

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Ratcheting Up Middle East Tensions

apartheidPost-9/11, Washington's aggression created a Middle East cauldron. As a result, it's been on the boil. Things ahead look worse. Obama and key NATO allies threaten the entire region. In 2012, expect continued destructive violence.

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If You Liked the A-Bomb - You'll Love the Smart Grid

big-bangThis is not a problem limited to one State. It is an international problem affecting large areas from Maine to California, and countries around the world.

Some things should be uninvented - DES, HRT, GMOs, hexachlorophene in infants' soap, nuclear power plants, nuclear weapons… Now a new threat, the Smart Grid and Smart Meters. If these are good ideas, why is the free market not providing them? Why the need for taxpayer funding? The fact that this  industry must depend on taxpayer money is just one of many reasons it is suspect.

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