Wednesday, August 11, 2010 13:31
Goodbye To Brand Obama
Administration spokesman Robert Gibbs' angry retort that left-wing critics
of President Obama ought to be "drug tested" because they
are "crazy" marks a crucial benchmark in the accelerating
evisceration of Obama's public support, even amongst liberals who, having
exalted Obama as some kind of savior, are now realizing that he is merely
a servant to the banking elite.
Urges Allies to Crack Down on WikiLeaks The Obama administration has asked Britain, Germany, Australia,
and other allies to consider criminal charges against Julian Assange
for his Afghan war leaks. Philip Shenon reports.
Lie Exposed: Power Plants Are Not Connected To The Internet Senator Joe Lieberman's draconian Internet takeover
legislation, the 197-page Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset
Act, is being promoted as a vital tool to protect vulnerable infrastructure
hubs from terrorist attacks, but as a recent Wall Street Journal report
makes clear, large industrial power and water plants are not even connected
to the public Internet.
detainee Ibrahim al-Qosi’s plea agreement is kept secret A former cook for Osama bin Laden’s entourage
in Afghanistan has reached an agreement with the U.S. government that
will allow him to serve any sentence at a minimum-security facility
at Guantanamo Bay, according to statements by lawyers at a military
commission on Monday.
technology used to catch identity thieves
If the eyes are the window to the soul, then facial-recognition technology
might be regarded as the soul’s window cleaner — at least
by state officials nationwide who are increasingly using it to catch
identity thieves and other fraudsters trying to get driver’s licenses.
Live The Constitutionalist Sheriff!
One of the tragedies of the current misled, uninformed, and otherwise
preoccupied American citizenry is the seeming apathy regarding the
importance and necessity of electing constitutionalist sheriffs.
concedes on climate this year
Speaking about the likelihood of climate bill being passed by Congress
in 2010, Al Gore told a conference call of supporters tonight that,
“this battle has not been successful and is pretty much over
for this year.”
C puts the brakes on cancer cell growth
Margreet Vissers, associate professor at the University of Otago’s
Free Radical Research Group in New Zealand, headed the study which
was just published in the journal Cancer Research. “Our results
offer a promising and simple intervention to help in our fight against
cancer, at the level of both prevention and cure,” Dr.Vissers
said in a statement to the press.