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Armed Madhouse Central Buy the Audio Book on Drive your car pool completely mad — mad at the regime, mad at the No World Order, mad as hell and funny as hell — as friends of Greg Palast, “The Sid Vicious of Journalism” (Pacifica Radio), join the author in reading the New York Times bestseller, “ARMED MADHOUSE: Who’s Afraid of Osama Wolf?, China Floats Bush Sinks, the Scheme to Steal ‘08, No Child’s Behind Left and other Dispatches from the Front Lines of the Class War.” Get the facts that the mainstream media keeps hidden in the Fox-hole. From “America’s best investigative reporter — and the funniest” (Randi Rhodes) comes a five-disk CD of the New York Times bestseller read by the author and … Ed Asner Larry David Randi Rhodes Greg Proops Shiva Rose Janeane Garofalo Amy Goodman Medea Benjamin Mark Crispin Miller Kevin Danaher Jim Hightower Brod Bagert Jerry Quickley Randy Credico Brad Friedman … and Jello Biafra as the voice of Osama bin Laden. Track 1ARMED MADHOUSEWho’s Afraid of Osama Wolf? Mr.

ISIL terrorist leader is CIA agent: Chechen president Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov says the ISIL terrorist group's leader, Ibrahim Samarrai who is known by the alias Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, works for the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and is financially supported by western secret services. "Baghdadi should take off his mask and declare loudly and clearly that he is a CIA agent, that he has been recruited,” Kadyrov said on Tuesday, adding, “They (the ISIL militants) are Shaitans (devils) and their sole obsession is to grab as much money as they can lay hands on. They are acting on orders from the West and deliberately exterminating Muslims.” The Chechen leader called on Samarrai to confess to committing atrocities including the massacre of Muslims. “He must openly confess that he is killing his brothers in faith, to apologize to his coreligionists and to disband his gang." Kadyrov further noted that the western secret services have supported the terrorists by all possible means. Close This content has been recommended to you by Yavli.

Managing a Nightmare: How the CIA Watched Over the Destruction of Gary Webb Eighteen years after it was published, “Dark Alliance,” the San Jose Mercury News’s bombshell investigation into links between the cocaine trade, Nicaragua’s Contra rebels, and African American neighborhoods in California, remains one of the most explosive and controversial exposés in American journalism. The 20,000-word series enraged black communities, prompted Congressional hearings, and became one of the first major national security stories in history to blow up online. It also sparked an aggressive backlash from the nation’s most powerful media outlets, which devoted considerable resources to discredit author Gary Webb’s reporting. Their efforts succeeded, costing Webb his career. On December 10, 2004, the journalist was found dead in his apartment, having ended his eight-year downfall with two .38-caliber bullets to the head. These days, Webb is being cast in a more sympathetic light. The charges could hardly be worse. From the subcommittee report:

Reports Special Report 5: Sustainability: hidden costs risk new waste issued June 3, 2011 Special Report 4: Iraq — a forgotten mission? The United States needs to sustain a diplomatic presence to preserve gains and avoid waste as the U.S. military leaves Iraq issued March 1, 2011 Special Report 3: Better planning for Defense-to-State transition in Iraq needed to avoid mistakes and waste issued July 12, 2010 Special Report 2: Lowest-priced security not good enough for war-zone embassies issued October 1, 2009 The Commission issued its second Special Report, "Lowest-priced security not good enough for war-zone embassies," to urge that Congress change a statutory restriction on the State Department's ability to choose security contractors for its Foreign Service buildings based on any considerations other than lowest price and technical acceptability. Special Report 1: Defense agencies must improve their oversight of contractor business systems to reduce waste, fraud, and abuse Issued September 21, 2009

A People's History of the United States The Note: This great book should really be read by everyone. It is difficult to describe why it so great because it both teaches and inspires. You really just have to read it. We think it is so good that it demands to be as accessible as possible. The disclaimer: This version is made from OCR. February 2009 Addendum: The original version of this report has been deleted from my website. Today, I received a letter by post from a gentleman whose name was mentioned in Tim White's jailhouse letter. This gentleman apprised me that Tim White's comments about him and his family were false and libelous in nature, and he asked me to remove the parts of the letter which mentioned his name. Knowing Tim White to be a name-dropper, a gate-crasher and a G-Man wannabe, I can certainly understand how the fabrications about this individual by Tim White could be damaging. So here is a repost of the report, from which I have deleted Tim White's libelous comments about the person who wrote to me. Lastly, Tim White continues, to this day, with his criminal harassment and the libelous fabrications which he spreads all over the Internet. February 17, 2009 Note: This report contains excerpts from a hardcopy "report" issued and distributed by Doug Millar in 2002. Included are: Barbara Hartwell Percival Headline Stew,

Records show mistakes, questionable evidence in woman's overturned murder case - Tulsa World: Homepage1 See related story: Tulsa woman ruled innocent after 20 years in prison Related Story: Who are the key players in 20-year-old murder case? Editor’s note: This is the first part in a two-part series examining the prosecution and exoneration of Michelle Murphy. Prosecutor Tim Harris stood before jurors deciding Michelle Murphy’s fate and told them police found someone’s blood near her slain baby’s body — blood he implied could be hers. “Ladies and gentleman, beyond a reasonable doubt this woman killed her child,” he told them. What Harris didn’t tell jurors is that as the trial started Nov. 14, 1995, he possessed a report from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation that said Murphy’s blood type was different than the type found at the scene. A Tulsa World investigation shows the state of Oklahoma relied on faulty blood analysis, the dubious testimony of a troubled 14-year-old neighbor and an unrecorded, incriminating statement to convict Murphy. Lingering questions Incriminating Cook: “OK.

Breaking Defense - Defense industry news, analysis and commentary Zero Dark Thirty, the CIA and film critics have a very bad evening | Glenn Greenwald Just a few months ago, the consensus of the establishment press and the nation's (shockingly large) community of film critics was that Zero Dark Thirty was the best film of the year and the clear (and well-deserved) front-runner to win the most significant Academy Awards. "OK, folks, you can plan something else for Oscar Night 2013 . . . . Zero Dark Thirty will win Best Picture and Best Director (Kathryn Bigelow)," pronounced Time Magazine's Richard Corliss. "'Zero Dark Thirty' and Kathryn Bigelow won major critics' prizes on Sunday, confirming the Osama bin Laden manhunt thriller as an Oscar frontrunner," said Entertainment Weekly. But then political writers had begun to notice what film critics either failed to detect or just wilfully ignored. The first sign that this fallout was harming the film was when its director, Bigelow, was not even nominated for Best Director. This is a rare case of some justice being done.

Handcuffed Black Youth Shot Himself to Death, Says Coroner A coroner’s report obtained exclusively by NBC News directly contradicts the police version of how a 22-year-old black man died in the back seat of a Louisiana police cruiser earlier this year -- but still says the man, whose hands were cuffed behind his back, shot himself. In a press release issued March 3, the day he died, the Louisiana State Police said Victor White III apparently shot himself in an Iberia Parish police car. According to the police statement, White had his hands cuffed behind his back when he shot himself in the back. But according to the full final report of the Iberia Parish coroner, which was released nearly six months later and obtained exclusively by NBC News, White was shot in the front, not the back. And yet, despite the contradictions – and even though White’s hands were never tested for gunpowder residue – the Iberia Parish coroner still supported the central contention of the initial police statement issued back in March. White’s father doesn’t believe it.

"The Most Important WikiLeak" - How Wall Street Built The Obama Cabinet Perhaps the most startling discovery of the WikiLeaks dumps so far didn't come from the most recent emails surrounding the various Hillary scandals, though there are many great ones, but from 2008 when John Podesta served as co-chair of President-elect Barack Obama’s transition team. The email came from Michael Froman, a former Citibank executive, who single-handedly built the entire cabinet of what was supposed to be the "main street" President. The email in question was even sent from Froman's Citibank email address (rookie!) Apparently Obama wasn't as worried about placing women in senior-level positions but Froman decided to offer up some suggestions anyway. "While you did not ask for this, I prepared and attached a similar document on women." Froman even went ahead and "scoped out" which people should be appointed to which cabinet positions. As New Republic points out, the Froman appointments ended up being almost entirely right.

ISIS Domestic Terror Threat Created by CIA and U.S. Military Eli Lake, writing for The Daily Beast, in other words Newsweek, warns that Americans fighting in Syria may soon return home and pose a serious terror threat. “The problem, U.S. counter-terrorism and intelligence officials tell The Daily Beast, is that there are just so many jihadists with Western passports traveling to fight in Syria that they worry some of them may slip back into the United States without being detected,” Lake writes. He then quotes Matthew Olsen, the director of the National Counter-Terrorism Center, who told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in March hundreds of terrorists have Western passports and they “could return to their home countries to commit violence on their own initiative or participate in al Qaeda-directed plots.” CIA’s Saudi Visa Mill Prior to the September 11, 2001, attack the CIA arranged passports and visas for veterans of its covert war in Afghanistan. Springman talked about this CIA terrorist visa factory with Alex Jones in February, 2010: