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Coalition sues over mining ruling

A coalition of environmental groups including Kentucky Waterways Alliance has sued the Interior Department and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, seeking to overturn a new rule that will make it easier for mining companies to dump waste rock into streams.

The revisions, made final Dec. 12, will let mining companies disregard a 100-foot stream buffer zone if they are able to convince regulators that no other option was available and that they had taken steps to minimize harm to the environment.

"The notion that coal mining companies can dump their wastes in streams without degrading them is a fantasy that the Bush administration is now trying to write into law," said Judith Petersen, executive director of Kentucky Waterways Alliance.

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How Thousands of Troops Spend Christmas Thanks to Cheney and his Hemorrhoid, George W. Bush

This is how thousands of troops will be spending every Christmas, thanks to Dick Cheney and his hemorrhoid George W. Bush. Courtesy of the idiots of this nation who would believe anything at all as long as it is wrapped in an American flag, and the establishment media who tell them what to believe.

Think about it...Jesse Richard, Editor, TvNewsLIES.org.

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Iraq, Contracting Corruption

In exchange for a cash kickbacks and a Harley Davidson motorcycle, a U.S. Army reservist gave a contractor "sensitive information" and "fraudulently" awarded a contract to Raman International, a Cypress, Tex.-based firm, the Justice Department said in a statement.

In another fraud case, Spartan Motors and its subsidiary, Spartan Chassis, of Charlotte, Mich., recently agreed to pay the United States $6 million in fines and penalties to resolve allegations that it paid kickbacks to an employee of Force Protection to receive a subcontract to make chassis for armored vehicles for the Army, Justice reported.

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NY Times published fake letter from Paris mayor

The New York Times admitted Monday it published a fake letter purportedly from the mayor of Paris criticizing Caroline Kennedy's bid for a U.S. Senate seat as "appalling" and "not very democratic."

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President Bush pardons Brooklyn home scammer

President Bush pardoned a Brooklyn real estate developer accused of scamming hundreds of poor, minority homebuyers - and whose father donated $28,500 to the Republican Party this year.

Bush pardoned Isaac Toussie, 36, two days before Christmas in a gesture of mercy that outraged ex-customers who said they were duped into buying overpriced, defective homes.

"We're in the middle of a mortgage crisis [and] this is somebody who was alleged to have participated in predatory lending practices," said Peter Seidman, a lawyer who represents 460 people who say they were fleeced.

"To pardon Isaac Toussie is a kick in the teeth to homeowners struggling with mortgages they can't afford."

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Top 25 Censored Stories for 2009

  1. Over One Million Iraqi Deaths Caused by US Occupation
  2. Security and Prosperity Partnership: Militarized NAFTA
  3. InfraGard: The FBI Deputizes Business
  4. ILEA: Is the US Restarting Dirty Wars in Latin America?
  5. Seizing War Protesters’ Assets
  6. The Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act
  7. Guest Workers Inc.: Fraud and Human Trafficking
  8. Executive Orders Can Be Changed Secretly
  9. Iraq and Afghanistan Vets Testify
  10. APA Complicit in CIA Torture
  11. El Salvador’s Water Privatization and the Global War on Terror
  12. Bush Profiteers Collect Billions From No Child Left Behind
  13. Tracking Billions of Dollars Lost in Iraq
  14. Mainstreaming Nuclear Waste
  15. Worldwide Slavery
  16. Annual Survey on Trade Union Rights
  17. UN’s Empty Declaration of Indigenous Rights
  18. Cruelty and Death in Juvenile Detention Centers
  19. Indigenous Herders and Small Farmers Fight Livestock Extinction
  20. Marijuana Arrests Set New Record
  21. NATO Considers “First Strike” Nuclear Option
  22. CARE Rejects US Food Aid
  23. FDA Complicit in Pushing Pharmaceutical Drugs
  24. Japan Questions 9/11 and the Global War on Terror
  25. Bush’s Real Problem with Eliot Spitzer
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Washington lobbying booms as economy tanks

“Usually, December is a very slow month on all fronts, but this year it has been incredibly busy,” said Steve Elmendorf, a lobbyist and one-time senior adviser to former House Democratic leader Richard Gephardt (Mo.).

“Anytime government gets more active and more involved in your business, you’ll look for more help in Washington,” he said. “When Democrats control both chambers of Congress and the White House, there’s no question that government will be more active.”

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Scientists create world's thinnest material

Researchers have created the world’s thinnest sheet - a single atom thick - and used it to create the world’s smallest transistor, marking a breakthrough that could spark the development of super-fast computer chips.

This innovation will allow ultra small electronics to take over when the current silicon-based technology runs out of steam, according to Prof Andre Geim and Dr Kostya Novoselov from the University of Manchester.

They reveal details of transistors that are only one atom thick and fewer than 50 atoms wide in the journal, Nature Materials.

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