on ObamaCare Coverage: ‘TV Loves a Ruckus’
The president argued that away from television’s glare, people
were holding “civil, honest” conversations about change,
at a time when some 46 million Americans have no health care insurance
aim message at Hagan
Critics of President Barack Obama’s efforts to overhaul the health-care
system finished an intense week of opposition Friday by picketing the
Raleigh district office of Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan.
Authorities In Hysterical Crusade Against First Amendment Police and media outlets in Florida are hysterically characterizing
the placement of Obama Joker posters as some kind of assault on the
people of Clermont, creating "victims" and leading to demands
for arrests and criminal charges, a shocking indictment of the state
of free speech and the evisceration of the first amendment in America.
Truth Behind The Lockerbie Bombing
Megrahi, the man convicted of the Lockerbie bombing, has applied to
abandon his second appeal against his conviction, his lawyers said on
14 August 2009.
preparing to prosecute 150 UBS account holders
US authorities are building cases for possible criminal prosecution
of some 150 wealthy American clients of Swiss banking giant UBS as part
of a probe into tax evasion, the New York Times reported Friday.
Vaccination Program Feared
ALTHOUGH SOME CONJECTURE is unavoidable when it comes to the “swine
flu pandemic,” some troubling aspects of this issue have been
factually established or are coming into focus.