Friday, August 13, 2010 17:46
Latest Desperate Rand Paul Hoax Explodes In Their Face The latest media hoax targeting
Kentucky primary winner Rand Paul has exploded in the establishment's
face after a claim that Paul "kidnapped" a woman during a
college prank was revealed to be completely mischaracterized, showing
once again how desperate the system is to discredit Paul and prevent
him from leading a populist revolt against the status quo.
Tillman’s Father To Army Investigator: ‘F— You…
There always was a dark cinematic thread to the story of Pat Tillman:
the football star imbued with post-9/11 patriotism who was killed in
a friendly-fire incident in the Afghan mountains and the allegations
of a massive bureaucratic cover-up involving the highest levels of the
U.S. Army in the wake of the tragedy.
Gaga IS poisoning children’s minds
Bad Romance contains bondage and grotesque sexual violence; Paparazzi
is particularly tasteless with its references to death and disability;
while Alejandro is full of jackboots, bondage and menace — culminating
in a hideous gang-attack/rape on a nun-type figure.
Top General: U.S. Troops Should Stay Until 2020
Iraq's top general has called for U.S. troops to stay in the country
until 2020, a telling reminder that President Barack Obama's supposed
withdrawal more than seven years after the 2003 invasion is nothing
more than a publicity stunt, with tens of thousands of U.S. forces remaining
as a residual occupying army for decades to come.
Harry Reid key player in Big Pharma’s control over Washington Corruption in Washington is nothing new. Lobbyists
for special interests have been padding the pockets of amoral politicians
for longer than most of us have been alive, and they’ve been doing
so with the help of a controlled media that rarely presents the facts
without shrouding them in terms of “left” or “right”
in order to confuse people.
Delaware Bay scene of major wash-up of dead fish
Dead creatures of the sea are washing ashore up and down the east coast
of the United States as officials scramble to find a cause. Hundreds
of thousands of dead fish are washing ashore, possibly as a result of
low dissolved oxygen levels in the water caused by hot summer temperatures.
to start Iran’s first nuclear plant next week
Russia says it will launch Iran’s first nuclear power plant
next week. The Russian nuclear state corporation, which is building
the Bushehr plant, announced the reactor will be loaded with nuclear
fuel on August 21.
admiral says U.S. drill courts confrontation
A senior Chinese military strategist called planned U.S. naval exercises
in the region a provocation and accused the Obama administration
of seeking to encircle China and pursuing a “chaotic”
approach toward Beijing.
files left at public dump
Four Massachusetts community hospitals are investigating how thousands
of patient health records, some containing Social Security numbers
and sensitive medical diagnoses, ended up in a pile at a public
Omen: Stock Market Crash Imminent?
Easily the most feared technical pattern in all of chartism (for
the bullishly inclined) is the dreaded Hindenburg Omen. Those who
know what it is, tend to have an atavistic reaction to its mere
Has Been Foretold Even though the IPCC report can be parsed
in many ways, I await the textual exegesis that supports the claim
that the “sequence of current events matches IPCC predictions.”
29 Percent of Americans Approve of Obama’s Handling of Immigration,
As the Senate reconvened on Thursday, taking a rare break from its
August recess to pass a $600-million bill to fund border security
provisions that had passed in a specially-reconvened-session of
the House on Tuesday, new numbers from the Gallup Poll showed that
only 29 percent of Americans approve of the way Obama is handling
the immigration issue.
Exaggerating The H1N1 Threat, The WHO Claims The Pandemic is Over?
The World Health Organization (WHO), the same organization that
helped orchestrate a worldwide pandemic flu campaign, has now retracted
statements from less than a year ago that the H1N1 pandemic could
last years. WHO Director-General Margaret Chan has now declared
that the H1N1 flu pandemic has officially ended.