Saturday, December 12, 2009 12:36
Security Stops Journalist’s Questions About ClimateGate
A Stanford Professor has used United Nation security officers to silence
a journalist asking him “inconvenient questions” during
a press briefing at the climate change conference in Copenhagen.
Reaction To Sick Editorial Calling For Global One Child Dictatorship An article featured in Canada's Financial Post newspaper calling
for China's draconian one child policy, where woman are kidnapped off
the streets, drugged, and forced to undergo compulsory abortions, to
be imposed worldwide has been met with widespread hostile reaction,
yet such measures are being debated at the United Nations climate summit
Poll: 44 Percent Of Americans Want Bush Back
A new Gallup poll released today found that President Obama’s
approval rating continues to dip. But the poll also uncovered a much
more disturbing fact: 44 percent of Americans would be happier with
George W. Bush back in the White House. My, how quickly we forget.
flu has hit about 1 in 6 Americans, CDC says
About 50 million Americans had contracted pandemic H1N1 influenza through
Nov. 14, according to the newest estimates from the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention released Thursday -- meaning that about 15% of
the entire country has been infected, about 1 in every 6 people.
Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act Passes in the House
Earlier today, the House passed the Wall Street Reform and Consumer
Protection Act on a vote of 223-202. The bill contains an amendment
authored by Rep. Ron Paul that will allow the Government Accountability
Office to audit monetary policy decisions made by the Federal Reserve.
Children Likelier to Get Antipsychotics
New federally financed drug research reveals a stark disparity:
children covered by Medicaid are given powerful antipsychotic medicines
at a rate four times higher than children whose parents have private