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Lawsuit To Re-Ignite TSA Revolt?
News that Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura is striking back against
being personally subjected to TSA harassment by suing the federal agency
is sure to re-ignite a TSA revolt that has led many airports to consider
abandoning the TSA altogether and replacing them with private security,
while the TSA has until the end of today to respond to a FOIA request
filed by former Congressman Bob Barr that could send further shockwaves
through the Homeland Security-controlled federal body.
Touts Green Credentials Of Genghis Khan For Slaughtering 40 Million
Environmentalists are promoting a new historical hero in the fight against
global warming, none other than Mongol warlord Genghis Khan, with the
Carnegie Institution touting the emperor's green credentials because
his empire slaughtered no less than 40 million people - an act that
helped lower carbon emissions and keep the planet cool.
may get power to shut down Internet without court oversight
A bill giving the president an Internet “kill switch” during
times of emergency that failed to pass Congress last year will return
this year, but with a revision that has many civil liberties advocates
concerned: It will give the president the ability to shut down parts
of the Internet without any court oversight.
Strikes Back with Lawsuit Against TSA
Former Governor Jesse Ventura has taken steps to sue the TSA and the
Department of Homeland Security, naming their chiefs John Pistole and
‘Big Sis’ Janet Napolitano in a lawsuit that will take oninvasive
State Bankruptcy Threat Crushed with debt, labor contracts, and a floundering
business model, General Motors underwent one of the largest bankruptcies
in U.S. history—reorganizing $27 billion in debt and shaking up
its stock—replacing original investors with the U.S. Treasury
and the old bondholders, who were forced to trade bad debt, with equity
ownership. It was a huge and messy process, gobbling up many billions
of U.S. taxpayer resources, but, in the end, GM survived.
Airlines Promoting Sex and Communism Virgin Atlantic launches a new television commercial
that will be premiering in the U.S. later this month, this commercial
is packed-to-the-brim with New World Order symbolism.
to Pursue QE Even as Business Lending Gains The Federal Reserve will probably push forward
with $600 billion in securities purchases even as the biggest jump
in business loans in more than two years adds to signs the U.S.
economy is gaining strength.
Real Respect for the Constitution I am pleased that the Constitution has received
a lot of attention in recent weeks, thanks to the tea party movement.
The 112th Congress kicked off with a reading of the Constitution
on the floor of the House. It goes without saying that Members of
Congress should have read the Constitution many times, and should
continue to study it.
can’t link Julian Assange to Bradley Manning: report
One avenue by which the United States could press charges against
Julian Assange appeared to have closed Monday, with US military
officials’ admission that they can’t find a link between
the WikiLeaks founder and PFC Bradley Manning, the alleged source
of WikiLeaks’ State Department cables.
Tarpley: “US double standard towards terrorism” Moscow’s Domodedovo airport, the busiest
airport in Russia, was rocked after a terrorist set off a bomb killing
35 and injuring 168 civilians. The US has come out and condemned
the attack but many believe it is just a charade. Investigative
journalist Webster Tarpley believes there is a hidden layer of animosity
the US holds for Russia and there is a double standard in regards
to terrorism against Russia.