Radio Free Vermont: Monday, November 15, 2004

Monday, November 15, 2004

Patrols Arouse Residents Along Border

Patrols Arouse Residents Along Border

Residents in this border community have awakened most nights this week to the sounds of military helicopters.

Those on both sides of the border who have peeked outside have seen the red running lights of the helicopters rushing overhead, flying back and forth along the mostly wooded border with Canada.

WTC Construction Certifiers Say Towers Should Have Easily Withstood Jet Fuel Temperatures

WTC Construction Certifiers Say Towers Should Have Easily Withstood Jet Fuel Temperatures: "

The letter was sent by Kevin Ryan of Underwriters Laboratories to Frank Gayle of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Underwriters Laboratories is the company that certified the steel components used in the constuction of the World Trade Center towers. The information in this letter is of great importance.

Siege Heil: The Bush-Rove-Schwarzenegger Nazi Nexus and the Destabilization of California

Siege Heil: The Bush-Rove-Schwarzenegger Nazi Nexus and the Destabilization of California

American Claims Discovery of Atlantis

Yahoo! News - American Claims Discovery of Atlantis

Titanic Finder Fears for Future of Great Wreck

Yahoo! News - Titanic Finder Fears for Future of Great Wreck

CIA Agent: Nuke Attack Surely Coming

CIA Agent: Nuke Attack Surely Coming

Ol Dirty Bastard is now Ol Dead Bastard

O.D.B. Found Dead In Studio At Age 35

By the way, ODB stands for his most recent nickname Ol' Dirty Bastard, which apparently is not fit for public consumption. But you know Radio Free Vermont. We'll say it just to protect Freedom of Speech.

Mind Control: The Zombie Effect

Very interesting article on Russia's Pravda

Tiny Antennas to Keep Tabs

The New York Times > Tiny Antennas to Keep Tabs on U.S. Drugs ... and maybe people... : "Radio tags on vehicles and passports could become a central tool in government efforts to create a database to track visitors to the United States."