Tuesday, Jan 11, 2011 18:48 GMT Tone
Down The Rhetoric... Mr President The use of words and phrases like "take aim", "reload"
and "shoot down", despite their metaphorical intention, is
to blame for the random act of violence committed by one psychopath
in Arizona on Sunday, according to scores of frothing media hacks and
political lawmakers. If this is so why not highlight a speech given
by then presidential candidate Obama in 2008, in which he triumphantly
stated "If They Bring a Knife to the Fight, We Bring a Gun"?
Sensible Monetary Policy Last week the 112th Congress was sworn in. I
am pleased that I will be chairing the Monetary Policy Subcommittee
of the Financial Services Committee, which has oversight of the Federal
Reserve. Obviously, this position will facilitate my efforts to ensure
the Fed provides the American people with more information about what
they have been doing with and to our money
Ignores Violent Rhetoric From Eco-Leftists While the establishment has invoked the supposed threat of vitriolic
"right-wing rhetoric" as a tool with which to bludgeon freedom
of speech in response to the Tucson shootings, it has conspired to sweep
under the carpet far more extreme and threatening language and images
used by leftists in the context of the climate change debate, rhetoric
that has directly led to crimes and murders.
Owning Gold is a Form of Insanity’: Chartist
Tommy Christopher, Mediaite.com: Penn noted that it took the Oklahoma
City tragedy in order for President Clinton to “reconnect”
with the American people. He then stepped off the cliff by saying that
President Obama needed a “similar event” to achieve that
reconnection following his party’s midterm losses.
Frankenstein’: US turns blind eye on terrorist?
A former CIA operative, who’s wanted in Venezuela and Cuba
for terrorist attacks throughout Latin America, has gone on trial
in the U.S. But that’s not why Luis Posada Carriles is in
court. Instead, he’s being charged with lying to immigration
officers. RT’s Jihan Hafiz looks at why the U.S. is turning
a blind eye to an alleged terrorist.
Celente: Internet nuke bomb waiting to go off
Gerald Celente, the founder of the Trends Research Institute, believes
that the Internet will empower the youth of the world to unite to
start a revolution that will overthrow the existing deadlocked elitist
establishment. He predicts that in 2011 every citizen is going to
realize that the Great Recession the world has been living through
is actually a Great Depression, because the American establishment
is “running out of schemes.”