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US to activate missile shield over southern Europe: report

WASHINGTON — The United States is close to activating a missile shield over southern Europe as part of its effort to shore up regional defenses in the face of a missile threat from Iran, The Washington Post reported. Citing unnamed Pentagon officials, the newspaper said the US Defense Department is…

HUGE WASHINGTON POST EXPOSE: NSA HAS GOTTEN SO BIG, AREA AROUND IT HAS 112 ACRES OF PARKING SPACES

In yet another terrifying expose, The Washington Post continues to lift the veil on just how massive the US government’s spying operation has become. Dana Priest — whose Pulitzer prize winning journalism exposed the existence of  U.S. secret prisons abroad, continues in today’s story to show just how much money…

US officials push back at ‘troubling’ spy agency report

WASHINGTON (AFP) – US officials pushed back Monday at a lengthy Washington Post report critical of the bloated and sometimes inefficient US intelligence network, which one called a “roadmap” for US foes. The second segment of the three-part Post series on the intelligence bureaucracy comes out Tuesday, the same day…

Paper: CIA now pretending contractors are CIA officers

The Washington Post‘s Pulitzer-prize winning reporter Dana Priest drove another stake into the heart of the US military industrial complex in today’s Post: In June, a stone carver from Manassas chiseled another perfect star into a marble wall at CIA headquarters, one of 22 for agency workers killed in the…

US intelligence spending completely out of control, Washington Post reveals

Since the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 top-secret intelligence gathering by the government has grown so unwieldy and expensive that no one really knows what it cost and how many people are involved, The Washington Post reported Monday. (The Post’s incredible article, written by Pultizer-prize winning reporter Dana Priest,…

Obama plans to expand PTSD care with ’21st century’ veterans administration

President Barack Obama announced Saturday his administration will make it easier for military veterans suffering from post traumatic stress disorder to receive the benefits they need. “This is a long-overdue step that will help veterans not just of the Afghanistan and Iraq Wars, but generations of their brave predecessors who…

Controversial New York Post columnist: Lohan deserves ‘swift kick in the teeth’

New York Post columnist Andrea Peyser, notorious for her outrageous quips, believes that troubled actress Lindsay Lohan, sentenced to 90 days in jail, also deserves a “swift kick in the teeth.” The Rupert Murdoch owned tabloid often uses its editorial pages to blast the “morality” of today’s generation, even though…

‘World’s Worst Director’ sues thousands over illicit downloads

The long-running debate over Internet file sharing seems certain to be renewed as a result of litigation filed by a Washington, DC legal group against more than 14,000 unidentified “John Does,” who are alleged to have downloaded movies from various independent producers using BitTorrent. According to the Washington Post, attorneys…

Fox bleeps Obama’s ‘ass’, but showcases Gaga’s two-finger salute on tabloid cover

Rupert Murdoch’s media empire has flourished across the globe partly due to its reliance on two tabloid industry maxims: manufacturing outrage and exploitation. Yet, only media watchdogs tend to fret about the inherent conflict: that conservative ideology propounded by Murdoch’s myriad media outlets is frequently exposed as hypocritical. Earlier this…

US eyes plan for unilateral military strike on Pakistan

US military planners are looking at options for a unilateral strike in Pakistan, for use if a successful attack on US soil is traced to Pakistani tribal areas, The Washington Post reported late Friday. US retaliation would be contemplated only under extreme circumstances, unnamed senior military officials told the Post.…

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