DN!: Unsteady Calm Following Settler Violence Against Palestinian Residents in Hebron

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Dec. 10, 2008
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Unsteady Calm Following Settler Violence Against Palestinian Residents in Hebron

We take a look at the troubled West Bank city of Hebron, where the city’s Palestinian residents have been at the receiving end of a new wave of attacks from hard-line Jewish settlers. Violence flared last week after Israeli riot police forcibly evicted some 250 settlers from a disputed Palestinian-owned home that the settlers had occupied last year. Tensions have been high ever since an Israeli High Court ruling last month that ordered the settlers to vacate the building. We go to Hebron to get the latest. [includes rush transcript]

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Obama’s “Way-to-Go, Brownie!” Moment? by Greg Palast

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by Greg Palast
for the Huffington Post
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Has Barack Obama forgotten, “Way-to-go, Brownie”? Michael Brown was that guy from the Arabian Horse Association appointed by George Bush to run the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Brownie, not knowing the south shore of Lake Pontchartrain from the south end of a horse, let New Orleans drown. Bush’s response was to give his buddy Brownie a “way to go!” thumbs up.

We thought Obama would go a very different way. You’d think the studious Senator from Illinois would avoid repeating the Bush regime’s horror show of unqualified appointments, of picking politicos over professionals.

But here we go again. Trial balloons lofted in the Washington Post suggest President-elect Obama is about to select Joel Klein as Secretary of Education. If not Klein, then draft-choice number two is Arne Duncan, Obama’s backyard basketball buddy in Chicago.

Say it ain’t so, President O.

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Mosaic News – 12/9/08: World News from the Middle East

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“Five 9/11 Suspects Offer to Confess,” Al Jazeera TV, Qatar
“Muslims graves in France defaced,” Al Arabiya TV, UAE
“Baghdad Calm During Eid,” Al-Iraqiya TV, Iraq
“Iraq arrests 10 Qaeda suspects for Fallujah bombings,” Al Arabiya TV, UAE
“5 Blackwater guards charged in Iraq deaths,” Al Jazeera English, Qatar
“Precarious Peace in Tripoli, Lebanon During Eid,” LBC TV, Lebanon
“The Prophet’s Relics in Cairo Museum,” Dubai TV, UAE
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And Now For A World Government By Gideon Rachman

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Torturing Democracy

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The annotated transcript of “Torturing Democracy” provides the script of every word spoken during the 90-minute documentary, backed up with specific citations, footnotes and links, and includes documentation for the dramatizations in the film. Posting the annotated transcript allows viewers to check the facts for themselves, and enables researchers to build on the reporting to take the story even further.

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4th Blockade-Busting Boat Arrival

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The Daily Show: Matthew Alexander – How to Interrogate without torture

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Matthew Alexander explains why torture is counterproductive in interrogating terrorists.

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The Daily Show: Provinces in Peril – Indecision Oh-Eh?

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Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper shuts Parliament down rather than facing a no-confidence vote from said Parliament.

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Clusterf#@k to the Poor House – President Goofus and President Gallant

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President Gallant unveils his stimulus package, while actual President Goofus unveils a portrait of himself.

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Debit, credit, banco! By Rudo de Ruijter

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By Rudo de Ruijter
www.courtfool.info
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In “Secrets of money, interest and inflation” [1] I have exposed many things about banks. There were many readers who still had questions about the way banks make money. That is not so surprising, for it is really something that is astonishing. Some people cannot believe it. That cannot be, can it?

In this article we will explain this money creation in detail. To avoid misunderstandings: banks make money, but they don’t make bank notes. Only the central bank is allowed to print banknotes. Ordinary banks do it simpler. They make money by inscribing numbers on their balance sheet and lend that out. And on the lent out money they collect interest. That is how the bank grows rich. Continue reading