Friday, August 15, 2008 18:22
Warehouse "Concentration Camp" Uncovered By Reporters A CBS news crew has uncovered a huge warehouse holding facility
in Denver, consisting of steel cages topped with barbed wire, ready
to receive thousands of protesters at this year's Democratic National
Fanatics Slam Author For Questioning 9/11 An army of frenzied Barack Obama acolytes have
been busy attempting to smear writer Jerome Corsi, author of Obama Nation,
by citing his skepticism towards the official 9/11 story, seemingly
ignorant of the fact that such doubts are shared by the majority of
'Seize US Weapons Depot' Russia claims to have seized a large depot of
US-made arms near the Georgian town of Senaki, as the US Secretary of
State flies to Tiblisi for urgent talks to try to bring the conflict
with Russia to an end.
protests expected at political conventions Thousands of protesters are expected to jam
the streets of Denver and St. Paul at the Republican and Democratic
conventions in a noisy counterpoint to the parties' carefully scripted
Geopolitical Author: U.S. Risks Nuclear War With Russia Political economist and best-selling geopolitical author F. William
Engdahl says that the U.S. risks stumbling into a nuclear war with Russia
over the situation in Georgia and South Ossetia, as President Bush and
Condoleezza Rice both heightened their rhetoric against alleged military
breaches of the cease-fire.
crude futures fall more than $3, below $112 U.S. oil futures fell more than $3 on Friday,
dropping below $112 a barrel to a 15-week low as the dollar rallied
broadly on worries about other economies slumping, fueling growing concerns
about sliding demand.
urges repeal of NJ global warming law, warns of 'dramatic cooling' Responding to various new scientific reports
questioning the concept of global warming, Assemblyman Michael Doherty
today called on Governor Corzine to hold off on proposing any new regulations
associated with the state’s Global Warming Response Act and urged
the Legislature to repeal that act when it returns to legislative business
after Labor Day.
Rather announces Giuliani has "flight data recorder" from
WTC Like his brief echo of the George Washington
Bridge "bomb van", this appears to be another telling, quickly
muted, never-corrected departure from the official narrative by Rather,
giving further context to his ominous comments about the "flaming
necklace" of "lack of patriotism" inflicted upon free-thinking
journalists after 9/11.
Have Ways of Making You Walk Recently, we have discussed how Green is the
colour of reinventing yourself, to make your washed out perspective
seem fresh and relevant to today’s world.
when they came home While the Bush administration is busy once again
antagonizing Superpower Russia and inciting Georgia’s attack on
South Ossetia, let us turn to some of the administration’s less
flashy claims to fame: the shocking suicide rates of soldiers returning
from Iraq, more than twice the number of US civilian suicides. The figure
in 2005 alone ran at the rate of 120 suicides a week, according to CBS
News, which described this tragedy as a Suicide Epidemic Among veterans.
we say you can read that?
An issue that refuses to go away is whether some academic research now
needs a license from the local police. Regular readers may remember
the case of Hicham Yezza and Rizwaan Sabir, which we reported on in
Paul Joseph Watson: Internet Censorship a Growing Cancer
Steve Watson: British Kids Encouraged To Become "Climate Cops"
Steve Watson: Terror Stopped For Putting My Hand in My Pocket
Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The
state wants your children.