Tuesday, August 31, 2010 19:50
Satellites Used To Harass Americans, Not Fight Terror
When it was announced several years ago that spy satellites would be
used domestically, the excuse was that they were a necessary tool to
fight the “war on terror” and illegal immigration. However,
now that the use of such technology is becoming commonplace, it is in
fact being deployed mainly to harass citizens who haven’t followed
local ordinances on swimming pools or paid local back taxes.
drug makes people want to kill themselves
Popular anti-seizure drugs may seriously increase a patient’s
risk of suicide and violent death, according to a study conducted by
researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical
School, and published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Jones: ‘I’m Packing Heat, Are You?’ The United States constitution says that
every citizen has the right to carry a gun for self defense. However,
five years ago in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina people were
having their guns taken from them and collected by law enforcement.
Alex Jones says that much of the looting that occurred in New Orleans
in the immediate days after Hurricane Katrina hit land was done
by police and other civil officers.
spooked when men removed from Tampa flight An incident aboard a United Airlines flight
to Tampa resulted in nine foreign-born people being removed from
the airplane and left several passengers shaken. In fact, several
thought the incident was serious enough that they asked to be booked
on another flight.
Change Lies Are Exposed THE world’s leading climate change
body has been accused of losing credibility after a damning report
into its research practices. A high-level inquiry into the Intergovernmental
Panel on Climate Change found there was “little evidence”
for its claims about global warming.
Time for ‘Reeducation’ on Obama Health Care Law With a number of polls showing a sustained
level of opposition to the Democrats’ health care reform efforts
more than five months after passage, Health and Human Services Secretary
Kathleen Sebelius said the Obama administration has “a lot
of reeducation to do” heading into the midterms.