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An armed American arrested in Pakistan while on a solo trek to find Osama bin Laden says that he was on a mission from God.
 
Construction worker Gary Brooks Faulkner, who some in the media are calling an "American Ninja," was arrested by Pakistani police after he slipped out of his hotel room and made his way into the country's Chitral District, now renamed Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province. When arrested, Faulkner was carrying a pistol, a dagger, and a sword, and was equipped with night-vision goggles and a night-vision camera as well as Christian literature.

If you think what you put into your body is your business alone, think again. The federal government, run by people who suffer from “the haunting fear that someone, somewhere may be happy” (as H.L. Mencken memorably defined Puritanism), is stepping up its war on Americans’ eating habits.

Speaking to the nation from the Oval Office of the White House on the evening of June 15, President Obama addressed the ongoing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and promised that he would demand that British Petroleum (BP) set up an account for compensating businesses and workers affected by one of the most devastating oil spills in U.S. history.

 Fox News has obtained two intelligence memoranda wherein officials express concern over the call by radical Islamic cleric, Anwar al-Awlaki to kill Americans.

They’ve been used by U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan to track, monitor, and kill the enemy. Now, if state and federal officials, including those in the Department of Homeland Security, have their way, pilotless military craft called unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) — also known as “drones” — will soon be zipping around American airspace on a whole host of surveillance missions, and may even focus their gaze on U.S. citizens.

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