Student Expelled for Refusing to Wear Location Tracking RFID Badge

The Rutherford Institute | 20 November 2012
Andrea Hernandez is being expelled from John Jay High School in San Antonio, Texas on November 26th, for refusing to wear a RFID tracking ID badge, according to a letter sent by the school district to her parents, which has been made public.

China a Military Threat? No Wonder China is Nervous as Obama Pivots

Global Research | 21 November 2012
To read the mainstream Western media, one would conclude that China has become an economic giant now intent on flexing its military muscle and making a massive arms buildup to do so.

Anonymous, Karl Rove and 2012 Election Fix?

The Smirking Chimp | 20 November 2012
At around 11:25 pm EST on election night, Karl Rove knew something had gone terribly wrong.

Israel Suffered a Double Defeat

Information Clearing House | 22 November 2012
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that Israel has just suffered a historic defeat.

Egyptian Official: Israel, Palestinians Agree Truce

The New York Times | 21 November 2012
Israel and Palestinian militant groups have agreed a truce to end the Gaza conflict, an Egyptian official told Reuters on Wednesday.

Greek PM Stresses Eurozone Fate Hangs in Balance Over Delayed Greek Deal

The Washington Post | 20 November 2012
Greece reacted with dismay Wednesday after European finance ministers failed to agree to release vital rescue loans, with the prime minister warning that the stakes are higher than just his debt-ridden country’s future.

Bernanke Signals Support for Fed Policy “Thresholds”

Reuters | 20 November 2012
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke voiced support on Tuesday for numerical unemployment and inflation thresholds, in a signal that he backs adopting them to help guide expectations about when the Fed will start raising interest rates.

US Navy Orders Iwo Jima Amphibious Ready Group to Head to Israeli Shores | 20 November 2012
Right as the sailors and Marines aboard three of the US Navy’s assault ships were on their way home for Thanksgiving, they received an order to turn the ship around and set sail for Israel.

Senate Bill Rewrite Lets Feds Read Your E-mail Without Warrants

Cnet News | 20 November 2012
A Senate proposal touted as protecting Americans’ e-mail privacy has been quietly rewritten, giving government agencies more surveillance power than they possess under current law.

Hackers Launch Assault on Israeli Government Websites

The Guardian | 18 November 2012
More than 44 million hacking attempts have been made on Israeli government websites since Wednesday when Israel began its Gaza offensive, according to Israeli officials.

Israel Military Implements Gaza War, Phase1 of Iran Nuclear Attack Plan

The Market Oracle | 17 November 2012
It is no news that the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been preparing the world for an attack against Iran all year, as illustrated by the PM’s September visit and speech at the UN (Netanyahu Warns of Attack on Iran).

Israel Strikes Media Buildings in Gaza, Expanding its Range of Targets

The Washington Post | 17 November 2012
The Israeli military struck two buildings used by journalists in Gaza early Sunday during the fifth day of a campaign against militants in the Palestinian enclave.