Saturday, February 14, 2009 15:45
Who remembers economists’ hysteria over the “Reagan deficits”?
Wall Street was in panic. Reagan’s fiscal irresponsibility was
bringing the end of the world.
is Pulling Geithner’s Strings? Appearing behind a podium that proclaimed, “Financial Stability
and Recovery,” Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner on Tuesday
carefully read from a teleprompter and provided what his flack said
was a “comprehensive” plan. It was not comprehensive in
Cover-Up Connection: Black Boxes Found 15 Hours After Buffalo Crash
One of a plethora of cover-ups surrounding 9/11 is the FBI’s contention
that the black boxes onboard the two planes that crashed into the World
Trade Center were never found, a claim that has been further discredited
following the news that the black box onboard flight Q400 that crashed
last night in New York was found within 15 hours.
to a ‘cashless’ world
The global credit crunch has delayed the shift from payments being made
by mobiles instead of dollars or pounds, according to technology experts.
Some believe it will be three to five years before money goes out of
fashion and a truly cashless society emerges.
to change name to ‘Xe’
Blackwater Worldwide is abandoning its tarnished brand name. Blackwater
officials said Friday its family of two dozen business will now operate
under the name Xe (zee), pronounced like the letter “z.”
Ad (Americans Fired, Foreign Workers Hired)
On February 2, 2009, NumbersUSA and the Coalition for the Future
American Worker launched an ad campaign focusing on the fact that
American businesses continue to import 1.5 million foreign workers
each year when there are more than 11 million unemployed Americans.
Activist Who Sued Government Killed In Buffalo Plane Crash
One of the passengers aboard the plane that crashed into a house
10 miles from Buffalo, New York, airport late on Thursday was a
9/11 widow who had questioned the official account of the attacks,
sued the government and consistently lobbied for an Investigative