Saturday, February 27, 2010 16:25
Rove Chased Out of UCSB
College Republicans and local conservatives paid for most of Rove’s
25-thousand dollar speaking fee. But more than 12-thousand dollars in
mixed student fees and funds from the Associated Students reportedly
help pay the rest including security costs.
Can Call Him Al … But Al Won’t Call You Back
Al Gore won a Nobel Prize and an Oscar for his film, An Inconvenient
Truth. But in the last three months, as global warming has gone from
a scientific near-certitude to the subject of satire, Gore — the
public face of global warming — has been mum on the topic.
to propose abandoning cap-and-trade
Three key senators are engaged in a radical behind-the-scenes overhaul
of climate legislation, preparing to jettison the broad “cap-and-trade”
approach that has defined the legislative debate for close to a decade.
Terrorist Leader Exposes Extensive CIA Connections
The leader of a Pakistan based terrorist organisation closely affiliated
with Al Qaeda has detailed how his group benefited from extensive political
and financial support from the CIA in return for continued attacks against
the government, the people and the infrastructure of Iran.
military spied on Planned Parenthood, civilian phone calls
United States military intelligence spied on Planned Parenthood and
other domestic groups as part of US security preparations for the 2002
winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, according to a recently declassified
military document obtained by a civil liberties group Thursday.
chief proposes new reserve currency International Monetary Fund Managing Director
Dominique Strauss-Kahn said Friday a new reserve currency should
be explored as an alternative to the U.S. dollar.
America Becoming A Police State?
There is a classic story about how no one had been able to capture
a herd of wild hogs that was rooting up crops from numerous farms.
It got so bad that rewards had been posted for anyone clever enough
to corral the critters. But even this resulted in only limited success.