Sunday, Feb 13, 2011 13:10 GMT
Paul wins CPAC presidential straw poll again
For the second year running, Texas congressman Ron Paul came out on
top among conservative Republicans in a “straw poll” contest
to gauge popularity ahead of the 2012 presidential race.
Paul to U.S. Government: Stop Propping Up Dictators
shuts down internet and Facebook as protest mounts
Internet providers were shut down and Facebook accounts deleted across
Algeria on Saturday as thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators were
arrested in violent street demonstrations.
Internet Not Shut Down, According To Renesys Analysis
Freddie bailout: $153 billion … and counting When the dust settles, the federal bailout of Fannie
Mae and Freddie Mac will be the most expensive government rescue of
the financial crisis — it already stands at $153 billion and counting.
flu vaccine linked to 900 percent increased risk of developing narcolepsy
The World Health Organization (WHO) is currently investigating reports
from 12 different countries claiming that the H1N1 (swine flu) vaccination
is responsible for causing narcolepsy, a disorder involving extreme
chronic fatigue and the tendency to fall asleep suddenly and without
gives go-ahead to add fluoride to city’s tap water supply –
despite overwhelming public opposition
Plans to add fluoride to tap water in a major
city were endorsed by a judge yesterday despite overwhelming public
Paul At CPAC: ‘Government is in the process of failing’ Is he running for US Senate? Is he signaling his bid for US president?
Or is he hinting at something deeper within the US political climate?
gets CPAC crowd on their feet
Paul CPAC Speech: Calls For Cuts From Entitlements, Defense Spending
Signs That The Once Great U.S. Economy Is Being Gutted, Neutered, Defanged,
Declawed And Deindustrialized
Once upon a time, the United States was the
greatest industrial powerhouse that the world has ever seen. Our immense
economic machinery was the envy of the rest of the globe and it provided
the foundation for the largest and most vibrant middle class in the
history of the world.
Opt-Out Alert! TSA Miami
When it was my turn, I politely said that I
would like to opt out. “Seriously?” the first TSA worker
asked me with a raised eyebrow. Yes, seriously.
New Low BBC compares ‘climate change deniers’ to ‘pedophiles’
…this casual use of a phrase, in this
context associated with paedophiles, guaranteed to make people think
at least twice about being called a ‘climate change deniar’.
Icke: There’s Been NO REVOLUTION So Far
I have been watching the understandable euphoria in Egypt live on
Al Jazeera television, but please, there must be a sense of perspective
here – and urgently.
America Need an Egyptian-Style Non-Violent Revolution?
army clashes with protesters
revolution takes hold in Algeria: Hundreds arrested as ’30,000'
riot police try to quell democracy march inspired by downfall of
Faulty Economic Model Behind America’s Support for Dictators
(Instead of Democracies)
Support Needed To Keep Propaganda Matrix Online
Protesters March on Palace
Anti-government protesters clashed with police trying to prevent
them from marching toward Yemen’s presidential palace in Sanaa
on Sunday, witnesses said.
lawmaker unveils Internet, finance privacy bills
Cheered on by civil liberties advocates and consumer groups, a US
lawmaker introduced legislation Friday to help safeguard Internet
users’ privacy and rein in dissemination of personal financial
can obtain phone records without oversight, Justice Dept memo claims
Without court oversight, the nation’s top law enforcement
agency can obtain domestic records of telephone conversations made
to international receivers, the Justice Department claimed recently.
Founding Fathers Would Be Proud of the People of Egypt … And
Disgusted With the People of America
America’s founding fathers stood up
for their freedom, winning it from the British (with the help of
the French). The Egyptian people have stood up for their freedom,
winning it from the Mubarak dictatorship (with the help of the army,
which refused to fire a shot at the people, and may even have helped
convince Mubarak to leave.
fate may hang on actions of army
divided on how to respond to Egypt turmoil
police plan to stifle Egypt-inspired protest
Down: ‘If Omar Suleiman makes grab for power he’s more
stupid than Mubarak’
Paul: US to blame for Egypt chaos
Mubarak resigns: Switzerland to freeze assets of ousted ruler
Road To Oppression Is Paved With Bad Intentions
The current situation exceeds anything Orwell
had ever conceived.
Obama should face liberal primary challenger in 2012
Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) said Thursday
that President Barack Obama “absolutely” ought to face
a Democratic primary challenge from the left in 2012, predicting
it would make him “stronger.”
Angeles gets tough with political protesters
For acts of political protest that his predecessor
treated as mere infractions, Los Angeles City Atty. Carmen Trutanich
is seeking jail time.
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