Friday, April 3, 2009 18:24
Measure For Fed Bailout Disclosure Is Not Good Enough
The Senate has introduced a measure into the budget blueprint asking
the Federal Reserve to disclose the names of institutions that received
bailout money. Good, but not good enough, because it will not be enforced.
World Order: Still A Conspiracy Theory?
Despite the fact that the term "new world order" was mentioned
in connection with the G20 this week hundreds of times by both global
leaders and in news reports, it is still regarded as a "conspiracy
theory" by that bastion of truthiness, Wikipedia.
Military Police, Law Enforcement Plan Checkpoint in Tennessee
An Infowars reader has sent a page taken from the Hardeman County, Tennessee,
Bulletin Times announcing a seat belt checkpoint to be conducted on
April 4 “in conjunction with a Homeland Security training exercise
by the 251st Military Police in Bolivar who recently returned from Iraq”
change not all man-made, report says
It’s wrong to blame our warming climate on human pollution alone,
says a major analysis by U. S. climate scientists who say North America’s
warming and drying trend also has important natural causes.
helps in battle against cancer: study
The main chemical in marijuana appears to aid in the destruction of
brain cancer cells, offering hope for future anti-cancer therapies,
researchers in Spain wrote in a study released Thursday.
in 10 Americans gets help to buy food
A record 32.2 million people — one in every 10 Americans —
received food stamps at the latest count, the government said on
Thursday, a reflection of the recession now in its 16th month.
duck Bush torture probe
Despite overwhelming evidence that ex-President George W. Bush and
many top aides engaged in a systematic policy of illegal torture,
national Democrats appear to be shying away from their recommendation
last year for a special prosecutor to investigate these apparent