Paul followers gathering for own convention
There's no room at the Xcel Energy Center for maverick Ron Paul, so
his acolytes have packed their cars, hitched rides on "Ronvoys"
and will pitch tents at Ronstock '08 in Minneapolis in defiance of next
week's GOP convention in St. Paul, Minn.
chip injects hope into Mexicans in fear of abduction
Fearful of kidnap during the upsurge of organised crime ravaging their
country, middle-class Mexicans are paying thousands of dollars to have
tiny transmitter chips injected into their skin so that law enforcers
can locate their whereabouts should they be held hostage.
Sprays Public With Cancer Causing Pesticide
Targeted aerial treatments will be administered between 8 p.m. and midnight
in portions of Bucks, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties
where very high numbers of virus-carrying mosquitoes have been recorded.
currently being investigated for abuse of office
The Associated Press reports, "More recently, she has come under
the scrutiny of an investigation by the Republican-controlled legislature
into the possibility that she ordered the dismissal of Alaska's public
safety commissioner because he would not fire her former brother-in-law
as a state trooper."
expected to protest RNC
If you thought protests outside 2008's Democratic National Convention
were loud and proud, you ain't seen nothing yet. So say organizers preparing
for the 2008 Republican National Convention, set to take place in St.
News Post column proclaims Ivins' innocence When Norm Covert, a conservative former Fort
Detrick public affairs officer, and attorney Barry Kissin, liberal activist
opposing Detrick's biolab expansion, agree that Bruce Ivins was not
the anthrax killer, either the world's spinning off its axis, or the
truth is staring us so hard in the face we'd have to be blind to miss
U.S. Staged Georgian Conflict
In an interview with CNN, Russia’s Prime Minister Vladimir Putin
has stated that the Georgian-South Ossetian conflict may have been manufactured
by the White House for domestic political reasons. Putin also says that
preliminary reports show U.S. citizens may have been present in the
admiral: Our Black Sea fleet can destroy NATO’s group in 20 minutes
Former Russian Black Sea Fleet commander, Adm. Eduard Baltin was quoted
by Moscow media as saying Friday, Aug. 29: “Despite the apparent
strength of the NATO naval group in the Black Sea… a single salvo
from the Moskva missile cruiser and two or three missile boats would
be enough to annihilate the entire group. Within 20 minutes, the waters
would be clear.”
the Chicago Boys Wrecked the Economy
Michael Hudson is a former Wall Street economist specializing in the
balance of payments and real estate at the Chase Manhattan Bank (now
JP Morgan Chase & Co.), Arthur Anderson, and later at the Hudson
Institute (no relation).