troops fire on funerals, kill 13
At least 13 mourners were shot dead on Saturday as Syrians swarmed the
streets to bury scores of demonstrators killed in massive protests and
two MPs resigned in frustration at the bloodshed.
leader likens inaction on climate to crucifying Christ
The Moderator of the Uniting Church Synod of NSW and ACT, the Reverend
Niall Reid, said in his Easter message that climate change was the result
of ”unsustainable, unfettered and unthinking addiction to economic
growth”, and those who could not entertain a less destructive
path were like those who sent Jesus to the Cross for expediency’s
Life Expectancy for BP Whistleblowers? The investigation, if it can properly be
so called, of the unsolved murder of the former high ranking Pentagon
official and presidential advisor John P. Wheeler III, who was also
an expert on chemical and biological weapons, may be taking a turn
in the direction of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Recovery Evades Fed and Congress Efforts Economic recovery does not seem to be taking
effect in spite of more massive expenditures by Congress and the
Fed. The IMF says financial stability has improved, but then again
their vision is almost always clouded.
McCain in Benghazi
American foreign policy became surreal as long time “War on
Terror” peddler John McCain surveyed the rebel stronghold
of Benghazi calling for them to be recognized as the official government
soldiers say army retreating from Misrata
Libyan troops captured by rebels in Misrata said on Saturday the
army had been ordered to retreat from the western port, marking
a possible shift in a two-month revolt against leader Muammar Gaddafi.
condemns Syrian government
US President Barack Obama has strongly condemned the Syrian government
for its use of violence against demonstrators after 70 people were
killed by security forces on Friday.
Up Pakistan: The Balochistan Gambit
With NATO providing Al Qaeda air cover in Libya as they commit an
array of egregious war crimes in their bid to seize the country,
the last shred of legitimacy for America’s official narrative
regarding their war on the Afghan-Pakistani border disappears before
Wedding Is Drawing a Yawn From Many Americans
How fascinated are Americans with Prince William’s and Kate
Middleton’s nuptials next week? According to the latest New
York Times/CBS News poll, not very. Only 6 percent have been following
news about the wedding very closely, and an additional 22 percent
are following it somewhat closely.