Friday, Feb 4, 2011 18:33 GMT Fury
Builds Over Blackouts Caused By De-Industrialization Of America Fury is building over rolling nationwide blackouts triggered
by the Obama administration’s deliberate agenda to block the construction
of new coal-fired plants, as local energy companies struggle to meet
Americans’ power demands amidst some of the coldest weather seen
American Cities Will Resemble Egypt In 2015
The National Inflation Association has issued a chilling new advisory
in which it warns that the inflationary time bomb being created by the
policies of the Federal Reserve will lead to American cities experiencing
similar chaos currently unfolding in Egypt by 2015.
infant juices loaded with toxic fluoride A study to be presented at the March 17, 2011,
annual meeting of the International Association for Dental Research
in San Diego reveals that infant fruit juices of all types contain toxic
fluoride, and many contain levels that far exceed federal guidelines.
Brutally Beat Teen Lying On Ground Surveillance video shows Houston police
running over and beating a teenage burglary suspect even after the
kid laid on the ground with his face to the floor and his hands
behind his back. This is the culmination of a decade or more of
cop shows depicting violence on behalf of police officers as normal,
necessary and acceptable.
Churches Are Killing America The average pastor has become the servant
of the State and the church he pastors, more often than not, has
become a creature of the State. It is an absolute fact that State-owned
churches are killing America!
Move to Make PATRIOT Act Permanent Freshly emboldened by their mid-term congressional
wins, establishment Republicans are set to extend the unconstitutional
police state Patriot Act. It is set to expire in three weeks and
Republicans are eager to make sections of the legislation permanent.
Prepares Investigation of Obamacare Waivers
The Republican congressman leading the investigation into the Obama
administration’s decision to grant more than 700 waivers to
the new health care law is questioning whether the law could be
effective if so many waivers are needed.