Monday, January 12, 2009 19:12
Economist: It’s A Depression
Professor Peter Morici, a former chief economist at the U.S. International
Trade Commission, has become one of the first senior economists to admit
that the U.S. is facing a 1930’s style depression.
group: Israel uses incendiary bombs in Gaza
Human Rights Watch said Sunday that Israel’s military has fired
artillery shells with the incendiary agent white phosphorus into Gaza
and a doctor there said the chemical was suspected in the case of 10
burn victims who had skin peeling off their faces and bodies.
did all the US Currency Go? (A Private Company) 900 BILLION
in currency exists in this world today. Thats only about $3000 for every
man woman and child in the US. Banks do NOT hold CASH. ( you and 10
of your friends go to the bank and ask for $2000 each, see what happens.)
State Media Admits Protests On January 5, the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP)
Xinhua.net unexpectedly published an article entitled “2009 Will
Be a Prime Year For Public Protests and They Shall Be Dealt With Properly.”
pressing for OK to market Gardasil for males
After more than two years of selling the Gardasil vaccine as a way
of protecting girls and young women against cervical cancer, Merck
is asking federal drug regulators to allow the vaccine’s use
in boys and men between the ages of 9 and 26.
Obama’s Polluted Mind How far do politicians believe they can push the global-warming
scam? We know, after his inauguration, Barack Obama intends to officially
classify carbon dioxide as a "dangerous pollutant."
Cancer Gene-Free Baby Is Dangerous Sign of New Era
The era of pre-birth genetic screening of babies has commenced.
Doctors at University College in London have produced what they
called the "world's first breast cancer gene-free baby"
by screening a baby for the BRCA1 gene, which they claim causes