Sunday, August 22, 2010 12:48
News co-owner funded ‘Ground Zero mosque’ imam: report The second largest shareholder in News Corp.
— the parent company of Fox News — has donated hundreds
of thousands of dollars to causes linked to the imam planning to build
a Muslim community center and mosque near Ground Zero in Manhattan,
says a report from Yahoo!News.
Spiegel: US middle class vanishing According to an article appearing in the German
newspaper, Der Spiegel, the negative consequences of the global financial
crisis include a widened social class rift and the elimination of the
middle class in the US.
Oil May Not Degrade for DECADES As you might have heard, scientists are finding
gigantic under oil plumes from the BP spill, including one that is more
than 22 miles long, more than a mile wide and 650 feet deep.
Jones and MSNBC’s Hit Piece: The Lost Footage
The video footage below did not make it into MSNBC’s slam piece,
“Rise Of The New Right,” that featured and demonized patriots,
including Alex Jones. A link to “rest of the story,” obviously
not suitable for the establishment’s propaganda and demonization
purposes, was posted on Real Alex Jones, Alex Jones’ Facebook
Barack Obama want to be re-elected in 2012? Few Americans consider themselves bigger
than the presidency but Obama might be one of them. The man in the
Oval Office, argues Toby Harnden, may already be preparing for a
role as a post-president in a post-American world.
prepares for Israel-Iran war’ Al-Qaida is ready to
exploit a war “by the Jews against Iran,” the Sunni
group’s second-in-command in Yemen, Saeed al-Shehri, said
in an audio message this month, according to the Daily Beast.
is What Success Looks Like The last American combat brigade
in Iraq has left the country, so the Pentagon announced this week.
The 40,000 personnel from 4th Stryker Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division
began crossing into Kuwait August 19. The US combat mission in Iraq
– Operation Iraqi Freedom – is scheduled to end on August
Blagojevich Hints That Feds Were After Barack Obama Former Illinois Gov. Rod R.
Blagojevich recognizes that daunting challenges await as prosecutors
prepare to mount a new effort to convict him on corruption charges,
but he told ABC News Friday he sees a triumphant political comeback
in his future that will be no less dramatic than the one pulled
off by Winston Churchill.