Tuesday, January 19, 2010 18:04
Hearings Begin On "Falsified" Swine Flu Pandemic The Parliamentary
Assembly of the Council of Europe, a 47 nation body encompassing democratically
elected members of parliament, has begun hearings to investigate whether
the H1N1 swine flu pandemic was falsified or exaggerated in an attempt
to profit from vaccine sales.
died after watching Avatar – doctor
A 42-year-old Taiwanese man with a history of high blood pressure has
died of a stroke likely triggered by over-excitement from watching the
blockbuster Avatar in 3D, a doctor says.
Follows Texas In Banning Private Gun Shows Tennessee has followed
Texas in demanding that dealers obtain licenses and turn over a plethora
of information to authorities before being able to host a gun show in
another devastating attack on the second amendment.
jets bombard N Yemen, kill dozen’ Saudi fighter jets keep bombing Houthi positions
in northern Yemen along the border the country shares with the oil-rich
kingdom, killing more than a dozen people.
RON PAUL 2012 billboard…The Revolution Continues
This is what we believe to be the first billboard for Ron Paul 2012.
It’s located in Cottonwood, Arizona. The sign is 8' x 28'.
This sign has nothing to do with him running. This is just a public
endorsement of the peoples revolution.
bomb plot review shows more missed clues
Worried about possible terrorist attacks over the Christmas holiday,
President Obama met on Dec. 22 with top officials of the C.I.A.,
F.B.I. and Department of Homeland Security, who ticked off a list
of possible plots against the United States and how their agencies
were working to disrupt them.
broke law for years in phone record searches
The FBI illegally collected more than 2,000 U.S. telephone call
records between 2002 and 2006 by invoking terrorism emergencies
that did not exist or simply persuading phone companies to provide
records, according to internal bureau memos and interviews. FBI
officials issued approvals after the fact to justify their actions.
drops top IPCC source for climate change data
The British Broadcasting Corporation has put its weather forecasting
contract out to tender – the first time since its radio broadcasts
began in 1923 – after taking heat from the public for a string
of embarrassingly inaccurate long-range weather forecasts.