drones killed 123 civilians, three al-Qaeda men in January
Afghanistan-based US predators carried out a record number of 12 deadly
missile strikes in the tribal areas of Pakistan in January 2010, of
which 10 went wrong and failed to hit their targets, killing 123 innocent
Pakistanis. The remaining two successful drone strikes killed three
al-Qaeda leaders, wanted by the Americans.
ObamaCare and World Population Control
As reported here on January 16 (”ObamaCare Goes Global, Hillary
Clinton Announces”) Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s
recent celebration of the 15th Anniversary of the United Nations International
Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) portends a major ramping
up of coercive population-control efforts worldwide, especially those
aimed at the developing countries.
Genitalia Measurement, No Fly Naked body scanning will now be compulsory at two
of Britain's biggest airports after the government announced people
who refuse to let security thugs ogle their genitalia will be treated
like terrorists and barred from flying.
TSA worker asked girl to be his ’sex slave’
A Transportation Security Administration employee in Florida is behind
bars this weekend after a 15-year-old girl claimed he groped her and
asked if she would be his “sex slave,” according to published
is alive and well One of the most ridiculous claims recently related
to Menne et al 2010 and my surfacestations project was a claim made
by DeSmogBlog (and Huffington Post who carried the story also) is that
the “Urban Heat Island Myth is Dead“.
of Quakes Are Rattling Yellowstone Bill and Melinda Gates said their foundation will commit $10
billion over the next decade to help develop vaccines for the world’s
poorest countries, a project that may save the lives of 8.7 million
Budget Has $1.9 Trillion Tax Rise
The Obama administration proposed to increase taxes on Americans
earning more than $200,000 by close to $970 billion over the next
decade and take in an additional $400 billion from businesses even
as it retooled a proposed crackdown on international tax-avoidance
moonlights in corporate world
In the midst of two wars and the fight against Al Qaeda, the CIA
is offering operatives a chance to peddle their expertise to private
companies on the side — a policy that gives financial firms
and hedge funds access to the nation’s top-level intelligence
talent, POLITICO has learned.
group cites need for new 9/11 probe
Keene resident Gerhard Bedding doesn’t buy the government’s
version of what happened on Sept. 11, 2001, so he’s working
on a statewide campaign calling for another investigation into the
For Gold In The Aftermath Of The Greek Crisis
With the euro having dropped substantially from a high of around
$1.51 to less than $1.40 in the span of a few short months, it has
sent gold buyers looking for cover, mostly as a function of the
linear (and at times sigmoidal) inverse correlation between gold
prices and the DXY which throughout 2009 has held surprisingly strong.