Thursday, February 25, 2010

new world next week - feb25

webcam spying, iraq name change, man gives away company

new world next week - feb25James Corbett of & James Evan Pilato of proudly present the 20th edition of the New World Next Week. Each week NWNW covers three important stories in a succinct way & provides the documentation necessary for you to do more research for yourself. This week we go into schools spying on students via webcams, Obama's rebranding of the Iraq War as political semantics and, finally, some good food news from Oregon.
Story#1: School Spied on Kids Via Webcams on School-Supplied Laptops
'Spying' School Agrees to Preserve Evidence in 'Laptopgate'

Story#2: Obama Rebrands Iraq War as 'Operation New Dawn'
Obama's Rising Sun
Aspartame Renamed 'AminoSweet' - Being Marketed as Natural Sweetener

Story#3: On 81st Birthday, Oregon Man Gives Company to Employees
Founder of Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods transfers business to employees
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previous episode: nwnw - feb18

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