Thursday, January 28, 2010 21:35
Quietly Reverse Underwear Bomber Official Story
Authorities have quietly reversed the official story behind the Christmas
Day underwear bomber attack and acknowledged that an accomplice was
involved, despite weeks of denial and derision of eyewitness Kurt Haskell's
description of a sharp-dressed man who helped Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab
board Flight 253 in Amsterdam.
the Problem with Haiti Too Little Government?
Whenever a natural disaster or violent insurrection causes the downfall
of a corrupt government, various commentators cannot resist labeling
the result “anarchy” and then citing the chaotic situation
as an apparently obvious refutation of the ideas of Murray Rothbard.
Scientists Want To Simulate Volcanoes To Block Sun Even as the very foundation of the global warming
fraud collapses as a result of scandal after scandal, and the manufactured
link between CO2 emissions and temperature increases is vehemently debunked,
mad scientists with sympathetic allies in the White House are proposing
to simulate volcanoes in order to block out the sun.
fires 80 shells despite warning shots: Seoul North Korea fired more than 80 shells into the sea near its
disputed maritime border with South Korea on Wednesday, officials said,
sparking an artillery exchange which fuelled tensions on the peninsula. The
Value of Government Surveillance of Citizens
It’s amusing to watch U.S. officials protest the Chinese government’s
surveillance of its own citizens. After all, isn’t it the U.S.
government that secretly and illegally conspired with private telecom
companies to record telephone conversations of private American citizens?
Scientist: Swine Flu Pandemic Was “Completely Exaggerated”
A scientist with the World Health Organisation has testified, during
ongoing hearings in Strasbourg, France, that the swine flu pandemic
was part of an overblown “angst campaign”, devised in
conjunction with major drug companies to boost profits for vaccine
Wars Are Killing Us
Back in 2007, when General David Petraeus was the surge commander
of U.S. forces in Iraq, he had a penchant for clock imagery.
warns Iran of ‘growing consequences’
In his first State of Union address to Congress, US President Barack
Obama warned Iran that it will face “growing consequences”
over its nuclear work if ignores its “obligations.”