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These are the links to the stories covered on the RLM News Show – 2012-11-21
- It’s Palestinians who have the right to defend themselves | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED
- 4 Most Common Myths About Israel and Gaza — Debunked | Alternet
- U.S. blocks UN Council statement on Gaza | The Raw Story
- Egypt: Gaza cease-fire reached
- Tel Aviv Bus Explosion Injures 21, Israel Retaliates, Prepares Land Invasion | SilverDoctors.com
- Amid Gaza diplomacy, bus bomb hits Tel Aviv – Yahoo! News
- The Daily Bell – Puppet State America
- The Daily Bell – Difference Between Propaganda and Reality
- Activist Post: UN Drug Czar: States Can’t Legalize Marijuana Under International Law
- Google Trends Results: Americans are More Interested in Twinkies than Israel and Gaza
- They Are Going To Make It Nearly Impossible To Pass On A Farm Or A Business To Your Children
- The world won’t end next month, Maya experts insist | The Raw Story
- Happy Thanksgiving: Unions Shut Down Traffic to LAX
- Activist Post: Black Friday Madness: Tent Cities Set Up to Buy Consumer Crap
- Hostess Mediation Fails, Liquidation To Proceed; Furious Laid Off Workers Now Turn On Labor Union | ZeroHedge
- Government Sets Its Sights on Private Retirement Accounts: “Giant Effort to Redistribute the Wealth of America’s Older Citizens”
Twitter Warzone: Israel losing battle of words on social media
Israel’s bombardment of Gaza has intensified overnight despite talk of a pending ceasefire.
The number of Palestinians killed in the week-long offensive now exceeds 140, with more than a thousand people wounded.
Violence on the ground and diplomatic wrangles are not the only battlefields in the Middle East – they’re also online, and they’re proving decisive. Aleksey Yaroshevsky explains.
Links to other Important Stories I didn’t have time to cover on the show
- Report: Over 250 Gold Robberies in Stockton Since April: Police Taken By Surprise
- Hamas militants may have received new weapons from Iran through Sudan | Washington Free Beacon
- NSA Refuses To Release Secret Obama Directive On Cybersecurity – Alex Jones’ Infowars
- Okla. judge defends sentencing teenager to church even if it’s not legal
- California air board says DWP must control dry lake bed’s dust – latimes.com
- Linux Mint 14 released, leaves fresh taste in our mouths | Ars Technica
- Defense Department: Signing secession petitions won’t affect your security clearance | The Daily Caller
- World powers want new nuclear talks with Iran quickly
- Porn companies adopt facial-recognition technology, encourage Instagram photos | ZDNet
- 5 things stores won’t tell you about Black Friday – Yahoo!
- Bernanke: 2013 “A Very Good Year” If Fiscal Cliff is Avoided | International Business Times TV
- San Francisco Bans Public Nudity – Business Insider
- Drug Dealing and Legal Stealing – Reason.com
- ConsumerWatch: Stores Requiring ID, Tracking To Prevent Repeated Returns « CBS San Francisco
- Record Weekly Savings Accounts Inflows – Business Insider
- Dutch “Weed Pass” Idea Shut Down, Amsterdam Tourists Can Toke Up
- Israel hijacks Palestinian TV channel with propaganda depicting Hamas leaders as rats | The Electronic Intifada
- Fighting the ally? Karzai orders Afghan forces to capture US detention facility — RT
The Day the World Ended – WW3 Simulation
Israel Strikes Iranian Nuclear Sites In New WW3 Simulation
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