Last Updated: Wednesday, December 24, 2008 13:04 GMT
Analyst: One Third Of Banks Could Collapse In 2009
Financial analyst Ralph Silva of TowerGroup told CNBC this morning that he expects no less than one third of banks to fail in 2009 and that anything up to a thousand could collapse if they don't merge.

U.S. Economy: Home Prices Fall Near Depression Pace
Central banks revolution gathers pace
U.S. Home Resales Fall; Prices Drop by Record 13.2%
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White House: Expect more pardons
In today’s White House press briefing, a reporter noted to spokesman Tony Fratto that the “administration has indicated that the president is unlikely, at the last minute, to issue a batch of pardons.”

The shoe-thrower should get a pardon
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Russia to raise nuke missile output fourfold
Russia has thrown down a new gauntlet to Barack Obama with an announcement that it will sharply increase production of strategic nuclear missiles.

NKorea says South seeking war

Santa’s helpers disable naughty cameras
Only Santa knows who is naughty and nice, not Redflex, DPS, or the Border Patrol.

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FDNY Lieutenant Admitted Plan To ‘Take Down’ WTC 7
Newly uncovered video from 9/11 featuring an interview with FDNY lieutenant David Rastuccio on MSNBC confirms that there was a plan to deliberately demolish WTC Building 7, as was originally indicated in Larry Silverstein’s infamous statement on the PBS documentary, America Rebuilds.

U.S. Home Resales Fall; Prices Drop by Record 13.2%
Sales prices for existing U.S. homes fell the most on record in November, tearing a deeper hole into households’ already tattered finances.

Why Obama Really Might Decriminalize Marijuana

Depression Hits Detroit: Average home price $18,513 - Unemployment rate 21%
The Great Depression has reached Detroit.

Is Gold Decoupling From Oil?
Eyes on U.S. GDP as world economies limp to Christmas

When Trust Runs Out
Every society and every institution rests heavily on trust. There is active trust, the result of “trust, but verify.” I call this stage one trust. Then there is stage two trust, which I call default trust: “Trust, and assume that someone else has verified.”

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Former president of GOP IT guru’s firm dismisses allegations of foul play
Curtis Randy Cole, a close friend and former colleague of the GOP political consultant who died when his plane crashed in a suburb here last Friday, dismissed suspicions of foul play in an interview with RAW STORY Sunday evening.

VIDEO: Raw Eye-Witness Footage of Burning Wreckage at Connell Crash
Mystery surrounds death of Bush adviser

Police ’secretly taped Damian Green arrest’
The controversy over the arrest of Tory frontbencher Damian Green took a new twist today after it emerged the arresting officers were wearing sound recording equipment at the time.

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Clinton may obstruct Obama ‘change’
The designated US secretary of state is expected to appoint Middle East envoys from a group of shady and pro-Israeli diplomats.

Princeton Physicist Calls Global Warming Science “Mistaken”
Scientist fired by Al Gore was told, “science will not intrude on public policy”.

It’s Cold Outside, But Global Warming Industry Still Hard At Work
Children’s Books Use Christmas to Push Global Warming Agenda

Ohio TV station: Was Connell crash an accident or murder?
The death of Republican “IT guru” Mike Connell last Friday in a fiery plane crash has been the subject of intense speculation online about whether it might have been murder — but very little of that speculation has made it into the national media. Now one local TV station in Connell’s home state of Ohio is acknowledging that there are questions about his death.

Iran urges ECO to drop dollar
The Iranian president calls on a regional economic body to abandon the US dollar in order to reduce the effects of the financial crisis.

Russian probe accuses Georgia of genocide in conflict

The Greatest Gift for All
Christmas is a time of traditions. If you have found time in the rush before Christmas to decorate a tree, you are sharing in a relatively new tradition.




Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The Gold Rush & The Economy


Paul Joseph Watson: Internet Censorship a Growing Cancer



Steve Watson: British Kids Encouraged To Become "Climate Cops"



Steve Watson: Terror Stopped For Putting My Hand in My Pocket



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