Tuesday, April 26, 2011 18:21 GMT Media
Distorts Truth To Propagandize For NATO-Backed War On Syria
A whistleblower living in Syria has contacted us to express his disbelief
at Western claims, dismissing them as little more than fabricated fairy-tales
designed to law the groundwork for yet another NATO-backed military
intervention based on contrived "humanitarian" grounds.
Says It Is Broadening Attacks on Qaddafi Targets
NATO planners say the allies are stepping up attacks on palaces, headquarters,
communications centers and other prominent institutions supporting the
Libyan regime, a shift of targets that is intended to weaken Col. Muammar
Qaddafi’s grip on power and frustrate his forces in the field.
Working on Executive Order That Critics Say Will Stifle Political Speech
In what the White House calls a push for transparency, a pending executive
order would require companies doing business with the federal government
to disclose political contributions to independent groups, but would
not place the same requirement on public employee unions or federal
grant recipients that typically donate to Democrats.
Paul 2012: Last Chance To Rescue America?
With Ron Paul now all but certain to officially announce his bid for
the 2012 presidency, it is imperative that Americans understand that
the Texas Congressman represents the United States' last hope of preserving
its position as a pre-eminent economic superpower and avoiding a Soviet-style
collapse into an abyss of debt, depression and decay.
China to hold economy meeting in May Top officials from the United States and China
will meet in Washington early next month, the Treasury Department said
Monday, as tensions between the two economic superpowers simmer.
Govt grip on Fukushima info repeats Chernobyl mistakes As world marks Chernobyl’s anniversary,
there are questions over whether the world has learned the lessons
on nuclear safety that the tragedy provided. Journalist James Corbett
who’s in Osaka in Japan, says the handling of the crisis at
Fukushima power plant is repeating the 25-year-old mistakes.
‘America must blame itself for economic fall to China’
As the IMF predicts China to overtake the US as the economic leader
by 2016, who can we look to blame for this downfall of the dollar?
Former Regan administration official and ex-US Assistant Secretary
of the Treasury Paul Craig Roberts says America has no one to blame
but itself and that this comes as no surprise.
raiding retirement funds early
Nearly one-fifth of full-time employed Americans have raided retirement
accounts in the past year to cover emergencies, according to a national