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Welcome to The Porterville Post -- A Christian Conservative news service. In the coming months we'll be covering news from the local area and eventually expand with additional articles, writers and columnists. A.L."LUCKY" Lucketta : Editor
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(Aug 27 2008) - ABC Reporter Arrested in Denver Taking Pictures of Senators, Big Donors
DENVER {ABCNews} -- Police in Denver arrested an ABC News producer today as he and a camera crew were attempting to take pictures on a public sidewalk of Democratic senators and VIP donors leaving a private meeting at the Brown Palace Hotel. Police on the scene refused to tell ABC lawyers the charges against the producer, Asa Eslocker, who works with the ABC News investigative unit.

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(Aug 23 2008) - 8 million victims in the world's biggest cyber heist
SUNDAY HERALD � AN INTERNATIONAL criminal gang has pulled off one of the most audacious cyber-crimes ever and stolen the identities of an estimated eight million people in a hacking raid that could ultimately net more than �2.8billion in illegal funds. A Sunday Herald investigation has discovered that late on Thursday night, a previously unknown Indian hacker successfully breached the IT defences of the Best Western Hotel group's online booking system and sold details of how to access it through an underground network operated by the Russian mafia. It is a move that has been dubbed the greatest cyber-heist in world history. The attack scooped up the personal details of every single customer that has booked into one of Best Western's 1312 continental hotels since 2007.

(Jul 13 2008) - Printer dots raise privacy concerns
WASHINGTON (USA Today) � The affordability and growing popularity of color laser printers is raising concerns among civil liberties advocates that your privacy may not be worth the paper you're printing on. More manufacturers are outfitting greater numbers of laser printers with technology that leaves microscopic yellow dots on each printed page to identify the printer's serial number � and ultimately, you, says the San Francisco-based Electronic Frontier Foundation, one of the leading watchdogs of electronic privacy. The technology has been around for years, but the declining price of laser printers and the increasing number of models with this feature is causing renewed concerns.

(Jul 09 2008) - Earthquake Destroyed China's Largest Military Armory, Says Source
By Zhang Haishan -- A high-level Chinese military source secretly disclosed last week that the recent earthquake in Sichuan Province caused a chain-reaction of explosions in the Sichuan mountain areas. The explosions destroyed Chinese army's largest armory, new weapon test bases and part of nuclear facilities including several nuclear warheads. This information is considered China's top military secret. After the earthquake, Chinese authorities had ignored the disaster victim's initial calls for help. Only after the first critical 72 hours had passed did the authorities allow international aid to be delivered to the disaster region.

(Jun 05 2008) - The SPP and Merging Military Command Structures
INTEL STRIKE BLOG NETWORK : Dana Gabriel -- Portions of the Civil Assistance Plan (CAP) signed by the U.S.-Canadian military in mid-February were just recently posted on the U.S. Northern Command (NORTHCOM) and Canada Command websites. The plan would allow for military from one nation to support the armed forces of the other nation during a civil emergency, including one that does not involve a cross-border crisis. Some fear that this agreement could lead to foreign troops being used for gun confiscation and marital law. CAP, along with the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP), are further advancing the merging of U.S.-Canadian military command structures and represent steps towards a North American Union.

(Jun 03 2008) - Nuclear Explosion Suspected at Epicenter of the Sichuan Earthquake
By Wu Weilin Epoch Times Staff | 06:15 AM PST : An unnamed expert believes that a nuclear explosion caused the recent 8.0 magnitude Sichuan earthquake in China, where three weeks after the catastrophe the death toll has reached 69,000 plus. Overseas Chinese website Boxun News reported that the expert confirmed there was a nuclear explosion near the epicenter, based on witness reports and the discovery of concrete rubble believed to have come from an underground military installation.

(May 26 2008) - China reports 35 radioactive sources secured in quake-hit Sichuan, 15 inaccessible DEBKAfile - 8:57 PM GMT+02:00:
Eleven days after the 7.9 magnitude earthquake struck western China, vice environment minister Wu Xiaoqing first revealed Friday, May 23, that 50 hazardous radioactive sources have been located � 35 recovered and controlled; �three more buried in rubble and 12 in dangerous buildings. At present, tests show no accidental release of radiation,� he reported as the death toll climbed past 55,000. Two of the most badly damaged cities housed China�s secret nuclear weapons design facility - at Mianyang - and a plutonium processing facility - in Guangyuan � both close to the quake�s epicenter.

(Apr 10 2008) - Met Police officers to be 'microchipped' by top brass in Big Brother style tracking scheme DailyMail.co.uk | 10:46 AM PST :
Every single Metropolitan police officer will be 'microchipped' so top brass can monitor their movements on a Big Brother style tracking scheme, it can be revealed today. According to respected industry magazine Police Review, the plan - which affects all 31,000 serving officers in the Met, including Sir Ian Blair - is set to replace the unreliable Airwave radio system currently used to help monitor officer's movements. The new electronic tracking device - called the Automated Personal Location System (APLS) - means that officers will never be out of range of supervising officers.

(Apr 07 2008) - Web could collapse as video demand soars
By Lewis Carter - www.telegraph.co.uk : Soaring visitor numbers to video websites such as YouTube and the BBC's iPlayer are putting the copper wires, which underpin parts of the internet, under severe strain. Experts warn that unless billions of pounds is spent on upgrading the web's infrastructure, it could slow down or even collapse. An internet meltdown would have a disastrous impact on the economy. Larry Irving, co-chairman of the Internet Innovation Alliance, an American industry group lobbying for universal improvements in the web's network, said: "Our streets in cities like London or New York were designed for a certain amount of traffic.

(Apr 01 2008) - Inside the Black Budget : by W.J. Broad {NY Times}
Area 51 Patch Skulls. Black cats. A naked woman riding a killer whale. Grim reapers. Snakes. Swords. Occult symbols. A wizard with a staff that shoots lightning bolts. Moons. Stars. A dragon holding the Earth in its claws. No, this is not the fantasy world of a 12-year-old boy. It is, according to a new book, part of the hidden reality behind the Pentagon�s classified, or �black,� budget that delivers billions of dollars to stealthy armies of high-tech warriors. The book offers a glimpse of this dark world through a revealing lens � patches � the kind worn on military uniforms. �It�s a fresh approach to secret government,� Steven Aftergood, a security expert at the Federation of American Scientists in Washington, said in an interview. �It shows that these secret programs have their own culture, vocabulary and even sense of humor.� This ain't no April's Fools joke !

(Mar 26 2008) - FEMA Permanently Occupies Real Town For Advanced "Terror Training"
INFOWARS.com | 19:49 PM PST :
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is spending $22 million dollars per year on a terror training program within a real town in New Mexico where helicopters buzz overhead in the middle of the night, mock nuclear explosions are drilled and "suicide bombers" are taken down by SWAT teams who pull citizens out of their homes. The AP reports that what makes Playas, New Mexico an ideal training ground is the fact that it is a real town with real people living there. In 2005 the Washington Post reported that this terrorist training town - that the government set up - drills daily, for various aspects of disasters, crisis and attacks.

(Mar 13 2008) - Jim Rogers says : 'Abolish the Federal Reserve'
by: CNBC News Worldwide :
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke should resign and the Fed should be abolished as a way to boost the falling dollar and speed up the recovery of the U.S. economy, investor Jim Rogers, CEO of Rogers Holdings, told CNBC Europe Wednesday. Asked what he would do if he were in Bernanke's shoes, Rogers, who slammed the Fed for pouring liquidity in the system and accepting mortgage-backed securities as guarantees, said: "I would abolish the Federal Reserve and I would resign." If this happened, "we don't have anybody printing money, we don't have inflation in the land, we don't have a collapsing U.S. dollar," he told "Squawk Box Europe."

(Mar 11 2008) - Plan To Spray Toxic Biological Chemicals Over San Fran Announced
by: Rami Nagel - from NaturalNews.com
People of the world, the US Government is planning to poison more than two million people, in California, using an untested biological "pesticide" this summer. The chemical to be sprayed is classified by the EPA as a "pesticide" and the plan is to douse cities with this chemical designed to stick on everything for 90 days or longer. This application is not a one time event, but will continue every 1-3 months for as long as five years. The pesticide to be sprayed is not designed to harm the light brown apple moth's who it is designed for, but merely to confuse its mating habits. While harmless to moths, the pesticide has been documented to harm humans.

(Mar 01 2008) - An Enterprising move
Post News Articles : Post Editor - 50 years ago no one would have imagined renting a car and few today can imagine a world without such a service. And for a day, many in Porterville thought the worst, assuming that the latter. Looking into what was lost was only moved. Enterprise car rental, a business staple in the Porterville area for close to 20 years, did not close � they only moved � to their west side location in town, at 190 West Olive. Kyle Hill, assistant branch manager said the move back to West Olive was a one day move and by the time the Post arrived, they were all but done.

(Feb 18 2008) - Lowe�s opens with commercial event
Post News Articles : Post Editor - Porterville�s new home improvement store opened with a full parking lot. Opening day for Lowe�s is still a month away but today they gave the commercial construction businesses the first shot at what the public will have on March 20th. Store manager, Mike LeQuieu says he�s been putting in a lot of time - this last week - to get the store ready for this commercial opening. They call it a commercial opening because they wanted to give their first discounts � 10% - to the local businesses and construction folks and to everyone else who signed up for a Lowe�s credit card.

(Feb 15 2008) - Burgler suspect caught in the act
by Sgt Wightman - Visalia Police Dept : Early this morning, Visalia Police responded to an attempted burglary on West Russell street. An off-duty officer from the Tulare County Sherriffs department, attempted to detain the suspect "Thomas Hulsey - age 29" at which time the suspect ran from the deputy and got into his parked vehicle.

(Feb 11 2008) - Lowe's to open on Feb 18th
It's been a while since Porterville has opend up a store this size and for some super-duper shoppers that's a good thing but for our local downtown business folks they're taking a "wait-and-see" approach. "Yes, cheeper is better if you're on a fixed income or if you're a newly wed couple staring out but soon you realize that most of the profits from these superstores return to Lowe's headquarters in North Carolina, a local business shopper pointed out." Many - who have applied for jobs - see it as an additional opportunity, "... since Target has been demolished" a local college student said. It's also easier to get to and from school working their. The Post will be there on Opening day and will be taking pictures and will be conducting additional interviews.

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WASHINGTON - Tax Freedom Day� to Arrive April 23 in 2008. Report says ... America will work three days less to pay taxes in 2008 than in 2007 -- The reason is the stimulus rebates push the date of celebration up, so Tax Freedom Day� will fall on April 23 in 2008. The study is Tax Foundation Special Report No. 160, �America Celebrates Tax Freedom Day�,� by Tax Foundation senior economist Gerald Prante and Tax Foundation president Scott Hodge. In addition to announcing the nation�s Tax Freedom Day�, the new study compares tax payments to other major consumer expenditures, traces the course of America�s tax burden since 1900, examines the composition of today�s tax burden by type of tax, and calculates a Tax Freedom Day� for each state.

Civilian Detention Camps : By Carl Jensen

Click here to read about the Civilian Inmate Labor Program. It's their way of securing the border ... within the border. It's time to WAKE UP !

Martial Law Concerns & Detention Centers

Congressman Jim McDermott speach to the House of Representatives [March 11, 2003] -- "Madam Speaker, I come to the House floor tonight to talk about an issue which I think is of grave concern to this country. I recently read an article published in the Sydney, Australia, Morning Herald entitled ``Foundations Are in Place for Martial Law in the United States''...

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