Thursday, January 22, 2009 20:44
Nightmare “Green Agenda” Officially Unveiled
President Barack Obama’s plan to implement a cap-and-trade program
that would cut carbon dioxide emissions by 80 per cent and also sink
an already battered U.S. economy into a new great depression has officially
been announced on the White House.gov website.
Cuts 5,000 Jobs as Recession Curbs Growth
Microsoft Corp. will cut as many as 5,000 jobs, the first companywide
firings in its 34-year history, and said sales and profit will probably
drop as the recession eats into software demand. The stock fell as much
as 9.7 percent.
Sworn In Again Without Bible Barack Obama has taken the oath of office
for a second time after stumbling over the words when originally sworn-in
as president. In a highly unusual move, the new leader took the oath
in the Map Room of the White House, the day after his inauguration as
the nation’s first African-American president.
Anxiety Grows in Global Warming Alarmist Camp Heartland Institute media monitors have
noted on several occasions that climate-change alarmists are finding
it increasingly difficult to maintain their position that human activity
has warmed Earth to crisis proportions.
Endorses ‘Indefinite Detention’ Yesterday, President Obama ordered a halt to all prosecutions
of Guantanamo detainees in order to “review the military commission
process.” The AP reports today that Obama is circulating a draft
executive order calling for closing Guantanamo Bay within a year.
Heralds "A New Age Of Rebellion"
2009 heralds the start of a "new age of rebellion" according
to an editorial in the highly influential London Times newspaper, and
the year in which masses of people will take to the streets to riot
in response to drastically falling standards of living.
Bots Fight Propaganda War Government propagandists, their hired private
contractors and useful idiots are creating "downvote bots" or scripts
to bury stories which question the government.
Monitored All Communications
“The National Security Agency had access to all Americans’
communications — faxes, phone calls, and their computer communications,”
Tice said. “It didn’t matter whether you were in Kansas,
in the middle of the country, and you never made foreign communications
at all. They monitored all communications.”
County shelves speed-camera program
“I’m against photo speed enforcement completely,”
Babeu said, walking the three-member panel through a detailed PowerPoint
presentation. “Here in Pinal, it’s failed miserably.”
Supreme Court Ends Effort to Criminalize Internet Free Speech The Child Online Protection Act (COPA) was
a law created by thought crimes advocates who sought to criminalize
online communication they don't approve of. Publicly, they said
it was about "protecting children from pornography," but
behind closed doors, it was really about controlling online communications
and criminalizing certain forms of online speech they don't agree