Last Updated: Monday, February 15, 2010 23:48 GMT
Newsweek: Powerful People Do Bad Things? "Too Silly To Discuss"
Newsweek has published what undoubtedly amounts to the most feeble, sophomoric, and embarrassing hit piece ever written, penned by an intern fresh out of college who pathetically attempts to dismiss manifestly provable conspiracies with one sentence throwaway jibes that sound like the fodder of an immature and misinformed middle school debate team.

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Climategate Investigation Whitewash: Third Panel Member Exposed As Warmist
The so called "independent" investigation into the climategate emails scandal has descended into farce as a third member of the six man panel has been revealed to hold strong views on human induced climate change.

Guide To The Climate Scandals
UN global warming data skewed by heat from planes and buildings
UN must investigate warming ‘bias’, says former climate chief
Not unusual, not the hottest, not still warming

Ron Paul Discusses The Greece Bailout
Greece is a warning of what is yet to come.

Obama Breaks Yet Another Key Campaign Promise
In the face of rapidly growing populist anger, the Obama administration has signaled that it will fall back on a form of power well known to all successful dictators - rule by decree - and that Obama will use the very instrument he campaigned against to ram through the new world order agenda - Executive Orders, and lots of them.

Airport scanners ‘may be unlawful’
The use of body scanners at UK airports may be unlawful, the Equality and Human Rights Commission has warned.

Cheney: Waterboarding Should Have Been Option with Underwear Bomber
“Now, President Obama has taken them off the table. He announced when he came in last year that they would never use anything other than the U.S. Army Manual which doesn’t include those techniques. I think that’s a mistake.”

Same Empire, Different Emperor

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton fears Iran is moving ‘toward a military dictatorship’
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has said that she feared Iran is moving “toward a military dictatorship”, with the famously hardline Revolutionary Guard attempting to “supplant” the government.

Tough sanctions could see Iran ‘regime change’: top US aide

Nato rockets kill 12 Afghan civilians
Two Nato rockets aimed at Taliban insurgents in Helmand missed their target today, killing 12 civilians sheltering in their home and dealing a sharp blow to hopes that civilian casualties would be avoided in the largest western-led operation of the nine-year Afghan war.

Aspartame has been renamed and is now being marketed as a natural sweetener
In response to growing awareness about the dangers of artificial sweeteners, what does the manufacturer of one of the world’s most notable artificial sweeteners do?

This Story About The Flying Killer Robots Vs Terrorists War Has Been Endorsed By The White House
The White House on Twitter has about 1.7 million followers. White House postings on Twitter are often ‘retweeted’ by hundreds, sometimes thousands, of followers.

TIME Changes Blizzard Headline After Warming Link Mocked
Time Magazine ran this story on the United States’ Snowpocalypse.

Trump: Nobel Prize Should Be Taken Back From Gore
Christy and McKittrick in the UK Times: doubts on station data

The Media Response to the Growing Influence of the 9/11 Truth Movement
In the past year, in response to emerging independent science on the 9/11 attacks, nine corporate, seven public, and two independent media outlets aired analytic programs investigating the official account.

Hitler on Glenn Beck
BizPulse: Readers vote Medina

Clinton expected to seek Saudi Arabia’s help in confronting Iran
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton begins a difficult diplomatic assignment Monday in Saudi Arabia, a key U.S. ally.

US media omission: Iran calls for global nuclear disarmament

Director Kevin Smith told he was ‘too big’ to fly
Clerks director Kevin Smith has revealed he was asked to get off a plane in the US because he was too big for the seats.

Debunked: ‘Christmas day bomber’ read Miranda rights – but not for nine hours

How MI5 kept watchdog in the dark over detainees’ claims of torture
It was in the middle of 2008 that Jonathan Evans, director general of MI5, delivered a bombshell confession to the previously compliant parliamentarians of the intelligence and security committee.

Government climbdown over David Kelly post-mortem report
The Government has backed down over a move which threatened to delay the release of the post-mortem of weapons inspector Dr David Kelly.

Collapse of the euro is ‘inevitable’: Bailing out the Greek economy futile, says FRENCH banking chief
The European single currency is facing an ‘inevitable break-up’ a leading French bank claimed yesterday.

Leading Austrian Economist: Some Conspiracy Theories Are True
Wall St. Helped to Mask Debt Fueling Europe’s Crisis
The Bank Of England Engaged In Flagrant Gold Manipulation In The Interwar Period Via The New York Fed; Does History Repeat Itself?

@GlennBeck What Are the Dangers of 9/11 Truthers?
Your Debra Medina attack really got me asking why it was a top priority for you to “expose” her “9/11 truther” connections.

“Russia having confrontation with US over Middle East inevitable”
Political analyst Ivan Eland from the Center on Peace and Liberty at the Independent Institute in California says Russia’s mediation in the Middle East will inevitably lead to a confrontation with the US.

A Familiar Pattern: “Anarchists” Disrupt Peaceful Protest in Vancouver
Once again, so-called “anarchists,” clad in black with their faces masked, have engaged in violent protest and property destruction, this time in Vancouver during the 2010 Olympics.

Thirty-six predictions for the world: 2010 – 2012

Ask around and you’ll hear this over and over again: People are concerned about what might be coming. They’re concerned about a global financial collapse, an ecological crisis and potential disruptions in the food supply.

Twenty Feared Dead In Rush Hour Train Smash
At least 20 people are feared dead after two trains collided head-on in snowy conditions on the outskirts of Brussels.

£45 shops ‘bribe’ for cervical cancer jab for teenage girls
Teenage girls are being rewarded with shopping vouchers for having the cervical cancer jab.

Another Phony Bin Laden Tape

Holdren's Eugenicist Nightmare

CIA Involvement In Iran 

Nazi Roots Of The European Union

North Korea Nuclear Circus

Police State UK

Neo-Con Attack On Jesse Ventura


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