$300 Million in Hush Money for Pakistan’s Politicians

Written by Gary North on October 19, 2012

American taxpayers need to dig into their wallets. In order to keep the government of Pakistan from doing anything about U.S. drone strikes on their people, especially children, the U.S. government has to make payments. I call it hush money. Because the hostility of Pakistanis against the U.S. government is growing, drone by drone, the […]

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1955 U-2 Spy Planes Outperform Latest Drones

Written by Gary North on April 18, 2012

The Defense Department now admits what it denied a year ago: the latest models Global Hawk drones don’t work. So, it’s another $3.5 billion down the drain — or up in smoke, whichever you prefer. It turns out that these high-tech wonder don’t work as well as the ancient U-2 spy planes do. The government […]

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The Smart Phone App That Tracks You, and Cannot Be Disabled

Written by Gary North on January 3, 2012

So, you think you have privacy. You don’t if you use any of these 8 apps. This report begins with a corker: CIQ. In a recent hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Sen. Al Franken reminded his fellow Americans, “People have a fundamental right to control their private information.” At the hearing, Franken raised an […]

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Tightening the Noose: Government Victories in 2011

Written by Gary North on December 30, 2011

The U.S. government continued to tighten the noose on our liberties in 2011. Welcome to the new total security state. The U.S. government now has at its disposal a technological arsenal so sophisticated and invasive as to render any constitutional protections null and void. And these technologies are being used by the government to invade […]

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