Friday, January 22, 2010 18:53
Global Warming Alarmist Endorses Book That Calls For Mass Genocide Prominent NASA global warming alarmist Dr.
James Hansen has endorsed an eco-fascist book that calls for cities
to be razed to the ground, industrial civilization to be destroyed and
genocidal population reduction measures to be implemented in the name
of preventing climate change.
already finding ways around Obama financial reforms
On the same day that President Barack Obama announced an ambitious plan
to reform the US financial system, bankers at the largest Wall Street
institutions indicated that they are already finding ways around the
worker plants white powder baggie on traveller as a joke
These days, joking about anything illegal while in an airport security
line will likely land you in a holding cell, and might even result in
criminal charges. But this column from the Philadelphia Inquirer has
some wondering whether that rule applies to TSA employees themselves.
Scanner Staff object to vetting
Security staff at Heathrow airport are reportedly furious at the suggestion
that any of them would ever use pics taken from the new body scanners
for lewd or lascivious purposes.
Schoolkids Tagged With GPS Tracking Devices A judge has ordered 22 students at Bryan
Highschool in Texas to carry GPS tracking devices in the name of preventing
truancy, another example of how schools are now youth internment centers
- preparatory camps for brainwashing kids to accept the prison planet.
Military Occupation of Haiti
I rise in reluctant opposition to this resolution. Certainly I am moved
by the horrific destruction in Haiti and would without hesitation express
condolences to those who have suffered and continue to suffer.
will ‘not back down’ on Iran: Clinton
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Thursday the international
community is “unified in its resolve” to put pressure on
Iran over its disputed nuclear program, and will not back down.
beats warrantless wiretap rap
A Federal judge has dismissed a complaint against the National Security
Agency’s (NSA) Bush-era warrantless wiretapping programme,
prompting suggestions the US government is now able to mount mass
surveillance operations unhindered by the courts or constitution.
warns against despotism, chaos in Russia
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on Friday warned against the
dangers of totalitarianism and despotism but said Russia must not
adopt a similar political system to its neighbour Ukraine.
urges security review after Capitol shooting State Sen. Dan Patrick called for a review of security policies
after a 24-year-old Houston man allegedly fired several shots while
standing on the Texas Capitol’s south steps Thursday, apparently
moments after visiting the lawmaker’s office.
Believe It When I See It (In the Fine Print)
Obama has again pulled Volcker into his photo ops, and is talking
tough about putting limits on the size of banks, restoring the “spirit”
of Glass-Steagall, and curtailing the giant banks’ prop trading
uses ‘Monty Python’ logic to ‘obfuscate’
When CNN’s Christiane Amanpour hosted a debate on Wednesday
between conservative writer Marc Thiessen and British lawyer Philippe
Sands, the conversation quickly took a turn to the surreal that
concluded with Sands telling Thiessen his argument was “straight
out of Monty Python.”