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FBI Arrests Jan Lindsey, Activist Featured in movie ”Freedom to Fascism”

Agents arrested four people, Jan Allen Lindsey, a possible former special investigator for the same bureau, but openly outspoken against the government’s collection of taxes.

"In the internal revenue code 26, there’s nothing specific in there," he said in a documentary about taxes.

The IRS begs to differ.

Action news has obtained the indictment against Lindsey.

It alleges that from 1999 through 2006, he either didn’t pay his income tax, or filed false forms.

The indictment also alleges Lindsey essentially tried to dupe the government by placing assets in third party names.

Agents raided a business as well.

All of their weaponry and armor was because at least one of the other suspects faces a federal firearms charge.

Agents also confiscated ammunition and reloading equipment from the home. The other two suspects face money laundering charges.

Lindsey was set to be arraigned Thursday, but would not allow a public defender to represent him.

He also said he refused to observe the judge’s authority.

The arraignment had to be continued.

According to other documents obtained by Action News, Lindsey tried to sue the government in 2002 for seizing his property because he didn’t pay taxes.

A judge threw it out, and ordered him to pay more than $1200 for a quote- "frivilous complaint.

http://www.ktnv.com/Global/story.asp?S=9958146

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FBI Arrests Jan Lindsey, Activist Featured in movie ”Freedom to Fascism”

Agents arrested four people, Jan Allen Lindsey, a possible former special investigator for the same bureau, but openly outspoken against the government’s collection of taxes.

"In the internal revenue code 26, there’s nothing specific in there," he said in a documentary about taxes.

The IRS begs to differ.

Action news has obtained the indictment against Lindsey.

It alleges that from 1999 through 2006, he either didn’t pay his income tax, or filed false forms.

The indictment also alleges Lindsey essentially tried to dupe the government by placing assets in third party names.

Agents raided a business as well.

All of their weaponry and armor was because at least one of the other suspects faces a federal firearms charge.

Agents also confiscated ammunition and reloading equipment from the home. The other two suspects face money laundering charges.

Lindsey was set to be arraigned Thursday, but would not allow a public defender to represent him.

He also said he refused to observe the judge’s authority.

The arraignment had to be continued.

According to other documents obtained by Action News, Lindsey tried to sue the government in 2002 for seizing his property because he didn’t pay taxes.

A judge threw it out, and ordered him to pay more than $1200 for a quote- "frivilous complaint.

http://www.ktnv.com/Global/story.asp?S=9958146

More from associated press: http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5j6WSls445MoD44UASluPAsINLyRAD96OV1PO0

Israel ambassador to US steps down after secret Clinton meeting

The announcement follows Israeli media reports that Netanyahu asked Meridor to leave the room during a meeting with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Jerusalem on Wednesday.

The resignation comes at a moment when relations between the two key allies are in a flux. A new US administration is seeking to revive Middle East peace efforts while hawks are preparing to take office in Israel.

http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5inuItqtlnSc6kT7wxPivLUIk6XmQ

Rage Against the Machine frontman Zack de la Rocha protests against DHS

The eclectic and ethnically-diverse crowd waved signs reading "We Are Human," "Reform Not Raids," and "Joe Arpaio: Terrorist." Supervisor Wilcox and husband Earl joined hundreds in donning striped T-shirts with the word "UNSENTENCED" emblazoned across them, a reference to the images from Joe’s recent, infamous "200 Mexican March," where the inmates wore such shirts, indicating that they had yet to be tried for their alleged offenses.

Banners compared Arpaio to a criminally insane dictator, and to, more simply, a clown. A crew of anarchists waved black flags. And, inexplicably, a jumbo, papier-mache-headed Donald Rumsfeld marched beneath a tasseled, anti- Arpaio umbrella. Before the marchers, Native American dancers led by Tonatierra’s Tupac Acosta waved incense to bless the procession. Demonstrators chanted "Si, se puede," "No justice, no peace," and "Ain’t no power like the power of the people, and the power of the people won’t stop."

The march continued to grow as it snaked down Central Aveenue Initially, organizers had planned to stop at DHS/ICE offices, and then later at Cesar Chavez Plaza. But so many people kept joining the procession during its 3.7 mile trek that the event’s leaders decided to keep going on to their stopping place: the Sandra Day O’Connor Federal building.

There, protesters packed themselves onto the plaza, and listened to remarks from Supervisor Wilcox, Puente’s Salvador Reza, Derechos Humanos firebrand Isabel Garcia, Somos America’s Hector Yturralde, Respect/Respeto’s Lydia Guzman, and of course, RATM’s Zack de la Rocha, who ripped the bark off Maricopa County’s corrupt top constable.

"By parading human beings shackled in chain gang stripes," said De la Rocha, "in a misguided effort to collectively humiliate and to terrorize an entire population, he reopened the wounds from which we all still suffer, by invoking the painful memories of slavery and segregation…by doing so, he has not only brought shame upon the state of Arizona, but is bringing shame upon the entire nation."

De la Rocha also saved some spank for Arizona’s ex-governor.

"If Janet Napolitano seeks to perform her mission as head of the so-called Homeland Security Department," admonished De la Rocha, "she must realize the dangerous threshold that the 287(g) agreements have crossed. She must deal directly and quickly with the real threat to peace and security here in Arizona, by terminating the 287(g) agreement with Sheriff Arpaio’s office and joining the courageous members of congress who have begun an investigation into his criminal behavior."

 

It felt as if De la Rocha spoke for all of us in that plaza. After all, other than Wilcox, no other elected official had the huevos to appear before that crowd and denounce Arpaio’s ill-deeds. Sometimes it takes an artist to forge the path our civic leaders fear to tread.  

As I took the light rail back to the park, where I’d left my vehicle, I remembered how De la Rocha had — the night before at Tonatierra — described the cathartic effect of resistance and defiance. Never in this city have I felt such a sense of kinship with its inhabitants. Sure, there had been a small group of nativist nimrods toward the end of the parade route, but no more than a 150 or so. Their numbers are dwindling, and they get older every time I see them: The same twisted faces filled with prejudice. The same pathetic collection of losers, blaming their life-failures on others, and finding fault with an entire ethnicity. 

My favorite memory of today’s event is of two ladies who looked like they might be Hispanic soccer moms wearing T-shirts that read "Fuck Arpaio," with a line crossing out Sheriff Joe’s mug. After spotting this evidence of boldness and irreverence from everyday folks, I really began to think to myself, "Si, se puede…"

 http://blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com/bastard/2009/02/zack_de_la_rocha_leads_an_army.php

Rage Against the Machine frontman Zack de la Rocha protests against DHS

The eclectic and ethnically-diverse crowd waved signs reading "We Are Human," "Reform Not Raids," and "Joe Arpaio: Terrorist." Supervisor Wilcox and husband Earl joined hundreds in donning striped T-shirts with the word "UNSENTENCED" emblazoned across them, a reference to the images from Joe’s recent, infamous "200 Mexican March," where the inmates wore such shirts, indicating that they had yet to be tried for their alleged offenses.

Banners compared Arpaio to a criminally insane dictator, and to, more simply, a clown. A crew of anarchists waved black flags. And, inexplicably, a jumbo, papier-mache-headed Donald Rumsfeld marched beneath a tasseled, anti- Arpaio umbrella. Before the marchers, Native American dancers led by Tonatierra’s Tupac Acosta waved incense to bless the procession. Demonstrators chanted "Si, se puede," "No justice, no peace," and "Ain’t no power like the power of the people, and the power of the people won’t stop."

The march continued to grow as it snaked down Central Aveenue Initially, organizers had planned to stop at DHS/ICE offices, and then later at Cesar Chavez Plaza. But so many people kept joining the procession during its 3.7 mile trek that the event’s leaders decided to keep going on to their stopping place: the Sandra Day O’Connor Federal building.

There, protesters packed themselves onto the plaza, and listened to remarks from Supervisor Wilcox, Puente’s Salvador Reza, Derechos Humanos firebrand Isabel Garcia, Somos America’s Hector Yturralde, Respect/Respeto’s Lydia Guzman, and of course, RATM’s Zack de la Rocha, who ripped the bark off Maricopa County’s corrupt top constable.

"By parading human beings shackled in chain gang stripes," said De la Rocha, "in a misguided effort to collectively humiliate and to terrorize an entire population, he reopened the wounds from which we all still suffer, by invoking the painful memories of slavery and segregation…by doing so, he has not only brought shame upon the state of Arizona, but is bringing shame upon the entire nation."

De la Rocha also saved some spank for Arizona’s ex-governor.

"If Janet Napolitano seeks to perform her mission as head of the so-called Homeland Security Department," admonished De la Rocha, "she must realize the dangerous threshold that the 287(g) agreements have crossed. She must deal directly and quickly with the real threat to peace and security here in Arizona, by terminating the 287(g) agreement with Sheriff Arpaio’s office and joining the courageous members of congress who have begun an investigation into his criminal behavior."

 

It felt as if De la Rocha spoke for all of us in that plaza. After all, other than Wilcox, no other elected official had the huevos to appear before that crowd and denounce Arpaio’s ill-deeds. Sometimes it takes an artist to forge the path our civic leaders fear to tread.  

As I took the light rail back to the park, where I’d left my vehicle, I remembered how De la Rocha had — the night before at Tonatierra — described the cathartic effect of resistance and defiance. Never in this city have I felt such a sense of kinship with its inhabitants. Sure, there had been a small group of nativist nimrods toward the end of the parade route, but no more than a 150 or so. Their numbers are dwindling, and they get older every time I see them: The same twisted faces filled with prejudice. The same pathetic collection of losers, blaming their life-failures on others, and finding fault with an entire ethnicity. 

My favorite memory of today’s event is of two ladies who looked like they might be Hispanic soccer moms wearing T-shirts that read "Fuck Arpaio," with a line crossing out Sheriff Joe’s mug. After spotting this evidence of boldness and irreverence from everyday folks, I really began to think to myself, "Si, se puede…"

 http://blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com/bastard/2009/02/zack_de_la_rocha_leads_an_army.php

Ex Fed Reserve Alan Greenspan says recession will be the worst since 1930s

Despite his prognosis on the current downturn, Greenspan said the pace of economic deterioration "cannot persist indefinitely."

He reiterated, however, that a housing recovery is a necessary condition for the end of the financial crisis, and said that "the prospect of stable home prices remains many months in the future."

The stock market, meanwhile, is being suppressed by "a degree of fear not experienced since the early 20th century," Greenspan said. "Certainly by any historical measure, world stock prices are cheap. But as history also counsels, they could get a lot cheaper before they turn."

A recovery in the equity market driven by lessening fear could be "a seminal turning point of the current crisis," he said.

Citing the Japanese experience of the 1990s, Greenspan said U.S. authorities need to assure the repair of the financial system before major fiscal stimulus takes hold.

"Unless we are successful at that, in my judgment, the positive impact of a fiscal stimulus will peter out after its scheduled completion," he said.

He said the real test of fiscal stimulus is whether it "primes the pump" for private demand.

Greenspan said the Federal Reserve’s myriad emergency lending programs and the Treasury’s TARP funds have the potential of being unwound eventually without leading to inflation or great cost to the taxpayer.

He warned, however, that politics could be an obstacle.

"At the first signs of stabilization and a flattening of the unemployment rate, I presume the Federal Reserve will start to rein in much of its credit extension," Greenspan said.

"However, Congress is likely to strongly object to any tightening of credit prior to full employment being restored. Policy reversals on the fiscal front are nearly certain to meet stiff resistance," he said.

The U.S. Treasury will have to heavily issue debt to fund its stimulus package, and while at the moment the Treasury is having no difficulty finding buyers for it, there is a limit to the expansion of the federal debt, he said.

Greenspan, a proponent of self-regulation, said he was "deeply dismayed" when in August 2007 the premise that firms had the enlightened self interest to monitor their own risk exposure "failed."

"I see no alternative to a set of heightened federal regulatory rules for banks and other financial institutions," he said.

"Even with the breakdown of self regulation, the financial system would have held together had the second bulwark against crisis, our existing regulatory system functioned effectively. But under crisis pressure it, too, failed," Greenspan said.

That said, he still believes self-regulation is a first line of defense for market effectiveness.

"We need not rush to reform. Private markets are imposing far greater restraint at the moment than would any of the current sets of new regulatory proposals."

Answering a question after his speech on whether he would have done anything differently during his tenure as Federal Reserve chairman to try and prevent the housing bubble, Greenspan said, "I think it would be desirable to find a way to suppress asset bubbles.

"But I am skeptical that it can be done."

(Editing by Leslie Adler)

http://www.reuters.com/article/newsOne/idUSTRE51H0OX20090218?pageNumber=1&virtualBrandChannel=10452&sp=true

Glenn Beck Mentions FEMA Camps on FOX

Continuing his assigned role as corporate media siren of the apocalypse, Glenn Beck
interrupted a discussion on Russia and Iran last night on Fox & Friends to mention a
heretofore no-no for national television — FEMA camps. At two minutes into the video
below, Beck declares he attempted to “debunk these FEMAS camps” because he is “tired of
hearing about them,” but was unable to do so. “We now for several days have done research
on them… I can’t debunk them.” Beck follows this with a declaration that the United
States may be headed for totalitarianism.

The existence of FEMA detention camps is a well-documented fact. In January 2006,
Haliburton subsidiary KBR announced that it had been awarded a $385 million contract to
construct the camps for the Department of Homeland Security. In a press release issued on
January 24, 2006, KBR said the “contract, which is effective immediately, provides for
establishing temporary detention and processing capabilities to augment existing ICE
Detention and Removal Operations (DRO) Program facilities in the event of an emergency
influx of immigrants into the U.S., or to support the rapid development of new programs.”

The possibility of an influx of illegal aliens, however, is a cover for the real purpose
of the camps — to detain American citizens after a declaration of martial law. In 1984,
the government created REX-84, an emergency response program involving the implementation
of martial law and the arrest and detainment of certain segments of the population.
REX-84 was mentioned during the Iran-Contra hearings and publicly exposed by the Miami
Herald on Sunday July 5th, 1987. REX-84 dovetailed with Operation Garden Plot, a United
States Army and National Guard program under control of the U.S. Northern Command to
provide Federal military support during domestic civil disturbances (see US FEMA Camps,
Global Research, January 10, 2008).

On May 9, 2007 George Bush reasserted the role of the government during a declared
emergency by issuing Executive Order NSPD 51/ HSPD-20, stating that in the event of a
“catastrophic emergency” all “national essential functions” may be taken over by the
Executive branch of government and the Department of Homeland Security, including FEMA.

In October of 2006, Congress passed the Military Commissions Act, legislation allowing
the government to detain citizens deemed “enemy combatants” and hold them indefinitely
without charge and independently of the judiciary. The act was upheld by the 4th U.S.
Circuit Court of Appeals in 2003.

“Citizens who are concerned about the purpose and potential use of the detainment camps
have documented and, when possible, filmed the detainment facilities,” writes the
Geopolitical Monitor. “A current estimate of the number of detainment camps is over 800
located in all regions of the United States with varying maximum capacities. If one
includes government buildings currently used for other purposes the number is far
greater. Video of renovated but empty detainment camps has also been released” (see
Friends of Liberty FEMA Concentration Camps: Locations and Executive Orders).

On September 11, 2005, in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, I wrote for Global Research:

It appears Hurricane Katrina has provided FEMA with an excuse to “dry run” its
unconstitutional powers in New Orleans, rounding up “refugees” (now called “evacuees”)
and “relocating” them in various camps. “Some evacuees are being treated as ‘internees’
by FEMA,” writes former NSC employee Wayne Madsen. “Reports continue to come into WMR
that evacuees from New Orleans and Acadiana [the traditional twenty-two parish Cajun
homeland] who have been scattered across the United States are being treated as
‘internees’ and not dislocated American citizens from a catastrophe. Some FEMA facilities
are preventing these internees from leaving on their own. Reports of mandatory
registration and the issuing of FEMA ID cards suggest that FEMA, an agency that is rife
with right-wing security goons and severely lacking in humanitarian workers, has other
motives in treating poor and destitute American citizens as prisoners in their own
country.” Call it REX-84 revisited.

For those who may have difficulty believing the government would actually suspend the
Constitution, impose martial law, and round-up citizens, consider Bush era memos issued
by the Justice Department. “The Justice Department secretly authorized President George
Bush to use the military inside the United States to snoop on, raid and even kill
citizens in order to fight terrorism without regard to the Fourth or Fifth Amendment,
according to a Oct 23, 2001 memo released by the Obama Administration Monday,” reports
Ryan Singel for Wired News. The memo was written in part by John Yoo, a deputy assistant
attorney general best known for penning a memo authorizing government agents to torture
suspected terrorists, including crushing the genitals of children in order to get
suspected terrorists to confess.

“Military action might encompass making arrests, seizing documents or other property,
searching persons or places or keeping them under surveillance, intercepting electronic
or wireless communications, setting up roadblocks, interviewing witnesses and searching
for suspects,” wrote Yoo and Justice special counsel Robert Delahunty.

It may have also encompassed rounding up American citizens and sending them to KBR
constructed concentration camps in approximately 800 locations scattered around the
country, the existence of which Glenn Beck and his researchers are unable to debunk.

Finally, we should ask why Glenn Beck is now mentioning the existence of FEMA detention
camps, a subject previously considered in the realm of delusional conspiracy theories by
the corporate media.

Is it possible Glenn Beck’s handlers are sending us a message?

http://www.infowars.com/glenn-beck-mentions-fema-camps-on-fox-friends/

Glenn Beck Mentions FEMA Camps on FOX

Continuing his assigned role as corporate media siren of the apocalypse, Glenn Beck
interrupted a discussion on Russia and Iran last night on Fox & Friends to mention a
heretofore no-no for national television — FEMA camps. At two minutes into the video
below, Beck declares he attempted to “debunk these FEMAS camps” because he is “tired of
hearing about them,” but was unable to do so. “We now for several days have done research
on them… I can’t debunk them.” Beck follows this with a declaration that the United
States may be headed for totalitarianism.

The existence of FEMA detention camps is a well-documented fact. In January 2006,
Haliburton subsidiary KBR announced that it had been awarded a $385 million contract to
construct the camps for the Department of Homeland Security. In a press release issued on
January 24, 2006, KBR said the “contract, which is effective immediately, provides for
establishing temporary detention and processing capabilities to augment existing ICE
Detention and Removal Operations (DRO) Program facilities in the event of an emergency
influx of immigrants into the U.S., or to support the rapid development of new programs.”

The possibility of an influx of illegal aliens, however, is a cover for the real purpose
of the camps — to detain American citizens after a declaration of martial law. In 1984,
the government created REX-84, an emergency response program involving the implementation
of martial law and the arrest and detainment of certain segments of the population.
REX-84 was mentioned during the Iran-Contra hearings and publicly exposed by the Miami
Herald on Sunday July 5th, 1987. REX-84 dovetailed with Operation Garden Plot, a United
States Army and National Guard program under control of the U.S. Northern Command to
provide Federal military support during domestic civil disturbances (see US FEMA Camps,
Global Research, January 10, 2008).

On May 9, 2007 George Bush reasserted the role of the government during a declared
emergency by issuing Executive Order NSPD 51/ HSPD-20, stating that in the event of a
“catastrophic emergency” all “national essential functions” may be taken over by the
Executive branch of government and the Department of Homeland Security, including FEMA.

In October of 2006, Congress passed the Military Commissions Act, legislation allowing
the government to detain citizens deemed “enemy combatants” and hold them indefinitely
without charge and independently of the judiciary. The act was upheld by the 4th U.S.
Circuit Court of Appeals in 2003.

“Citizens who are concerned about the purpose and potential use of the detainment camps
have documented and, when possible, filmed the detainment facilities,” writes the
Geopolitical Monitor. “A current estimate of the number of detainment camps is over 800
located in all regions of the United States with varying maximum capacities. If one
includes government buildings currently used for other purposes the number is far
greater. Video of renovated but empty detainment camps has also been released” (see
Friends of Liberty FEMA Concentration Camps: Locations and Executive Orders).

On September 11, 2005, in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, I wrote for Global Research:

It appears Hurricane Katrina has provided FEMA with an excuse to “dry run” its
unconstitutional powers in New Orleans, rounding up “refugees” (now called “evacuees”)
and “relocating” them in various camps. “Some evacuees are being treated as ‘internees’
by FEMA,” writes former NSC employee Wayne Madsen. “Reports continue to come into WMR
that evacuees from New Orleans and Acadiana [the traditional twenty-two parish Cajun
homeland] who have been scattered across the United States are being treated as
‘internees’ and not dislocated American citizens from a catastrophe. Some FEMA facilities
are preventing these internees from leaving on their own. Reports of mandatory
registration and the issuing of FEMA ID cards suggest that FEMA, an agency that is rife
with right-wing security goons and severely lacking in humanitarian workers, has other
motives in treating poor and destitute American citizens as prisoners in their own
country.” Call it REX-84 revisited.

For those who may have difficulty believing the government would actually suspend the
Constitution, impose martial law, and round-up citizens, consider Bush era memos issued
by the Justice Department. “The Justice Department secretly authorized President George
Bush to use the military inside the United States to snoop on, raid and even kill
citizens in order to fight terrorism without regard to the Fourth or Fifth Amendment,
according to a Oct 23, 2001 memo released by the Obama Administration Monday,” reports
Ryan Singel for Wired News. The memo was written in part by John Yoo, a deputy assistant
attorney general best known for penning a memo authorizing government agents to torture
suspected terrorists, including crushing the genitals of children in order to get
suspected terrorists to confess.

“Military action might encompass making arrests, seizing documents or other property,
searching persons or places or keeping them under surveillance, intercepting electronic
or wireless communications, setting up roadblocks, interviewing witnesses and searching
for suspects,” wrote Yoo and Justice special counsel Robert Delahunty.

It may have also encompassed rounding up American citizens and sending them to KBR
constructed concentration camps in approximately 800 locations scattered around the
country, the existence of which Glenn Beck and his researchers are unable to debunk.

Finally, we should ask why Glenn Beck is now mentioning the existence of FEMA detention
camps, a subject previously considered in the realm of delusional conspiracy theories by
the corporate media.

Is it possible Glenn Beck’s handlers are sending us a message?

http://www.infowars.com/glenn-beck-mentions-fema-camps-on-fox-friends/

For past decade Russian scholar predicts fall of U.S. next year

The prediction from Panarin, a former spokesman for Russia’s Federal Space Agency and reportedly an ex-KGB analyst, meshes with the negative view of the U.S. that has been flowing from the Kremlin in recent years, in particular from Vladimir Putin.

Putin, the former president who is now prime minister, has likened the United States to Nazi Germany’s Third Reich and blames Washington for the global financial crisis that has pounded the Russian economy.

Panarin didn’t give many specifics on what underlies his analysis, mostly citing newspapers, magazines and other open sources.

He also noted he had been predicting the demise of the world’s wealthiest country for more than a decade now.

But he said the recent economic turmoil in the U.S. and other "social and cultural phenomena" led him to nail down a specific timeframe for "The End" — when the United States will break up into six autonomous regions and Alaska will revert to Russian control.

Panarin argued that Americans are in moral decline, saying their great psychological stress is evident from school shootings, the size of the prison population and the number of gay men.

Turning to economic woes, he cited the slide in major stock indexes, the decline in U.S. gross domestic product and Washington’s bailout of banking giant Citigroup as evidence that American dominance of global markets has collapsed.

"I was there recently and things are far from good," he said. "What’s happened is the collapse of the American dream."

Panarin insisted he didn’t wish for a U.S. collapse, but he predicted Russia and China would emerge from the economic turmoil stronger and said the two nations should work together, even to create a new currency to replace the U.S. dollar.

Asked for comment on how the Foreign Ministry views Panarin’s theories, a spokesman said all questions had to be submitted in writing and no answers were likely before Wednesday.

It wasn’t clear how persuasive the 20-minute lecture was. One instructor asked Panarin whether his predictions more accurately describe Russia, which is undergoing its worst economic crisis in a decade as well as a demographic collapse that has led some scholars to predict the country’s demise.

Panarin dismissed that idea: "The collapse of Russia will not occur."

But Alexei Malashenko, a scholar-in-residence at the Carnegie Moscow Center who did not attend the lecture, sided with the skeptical instructor, saying Russia is the country that is on the verge of disintegration.

"I can’t imagine at all how the United States could ever fall apart," Malashenko told the AP.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090304/ap_on_re_eu/eu_russia_us_the_end_is_near

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123051100709638419.html?mod=googlenews_wsj

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