Last Updated: Wednesday, July 16, 2008 20:38 GMT
Bush Says Economy Sound As Inflation Rises To Record Levels
With three more financial outlets collapsing under the economical meltdown last week, queues of angry people outside banks with no access to their money, inflation at its highest rate for 27 years and scores of economists predicting a recession may tip into a full blown depression, president Bush reacted by declaring that the economy is still fundamentally sound.


SEC Subpoenas Wall Street in Hunt for `Manipulators'
Confidence drops in U.S. economic policy: Reuters poll
Inflation highest in 27 years

Customers grow furious outside Encino Indymac Branch

Two Peer-Reviewed Scientific Papers Debunk CO2 Myth
Three top scientists have once again contradicted the claim that a "consensus" exists about man-made global warming with research that indicates CO2 emissions actually cool the atmosphere, in addition to another peer-reviewed paper that documents how the IPCC overstated CO2's effect on temperature by as much as 2000 per cent.

Obama: Nuclear terrorism is "gravest danger" to US
Barack Obama Wednesday charged that the Bush administration has failed to confront the threat of nuclear terrorism and vowed that if elected president, he would lead the effort to corral errant nuclear materials and stay one step ahead of biological and cyber threats.

U.S. says Iran has missile that could hit Europe
US troops poised to cross Afghan border for raid on bases

Global Warming Enforcement: The New Segregation
Government fueled alarmism about global warming is accelerating the creation of new forms of malthusian control over our lives, with the ultimate goal of identifying those who don’t submit to the whims of the climate cult as second class citizens and enforcing a new manifestation of 1950’s style segregation.

Cops to IndyMac customers: Remain calm or face arrest
Police ordered angry customers lined up outside an IndyMac Bank branch to remain calm or face arrest Tuesday as they tried to pull their money on the second day of the failed institution's federal takeover.

Fox business analyst: Serving the common good is 'un-American'
The Financial Tsunami -- the next big wave is breaking
China's yuan hits another new high
Dollar recovers on oil price falls; focus turns to inflation figures

US official to attend meeting with Iran's nuclear negotiator
A senior US diplomat will attend international nuclear talks with Iran on Saturday, marking a shift in US policy on negotiations with Tehran, a State Department official said.

Using a Crime To Justify a War

CNN reporter criticizes TSA, finds self on terror watch list
The post-9/11 airline watch list that is supposed to keep terrorists off of airplanes has swelled to more than 1 million names, including at least one investigative reporter who had been critical of the Transportation Security Agency, which maintains the watch list.

EU Overturns French 12-year ban on energy drink Red Bull
Energy drink Red Bull appeared in its original recipe in France's shops for the first time on Tuesday, implementing European regulations that say it should be put on sale in the absence of proof that it is harmful.

China may artificially change unfavorable weather for Olympics
If bad weather threatens the August 8 opening of Beijing's Olympic Games, then meteorologists may change the weather, according to a Chinese meteorology official.

What Global Warming?

US soldier who deserted over Iraq is deported
Canada yesterday deported to the US the first American army deserter fleeing the Iraq war across the US-Canadian border.

Big Brother database recording all our calls, texts and e-mails will 'ruin British way of life'
Plans for a massive database snooping on the entire population were condemned yesterday as a ‘step too far for the British way of life’.

Olympics 2008: 'Ring of steel' security surrounds Beijing
A ring of steel has fallen around Beijing as the authorities pledge to take no chances with Olympic security, whatever the cost to business, workers and day-to-day lives.

Forget Morality, Humanity or Legality: Torture DOESN'T WORK
A recent poll showed that 44% of Americans support torture on "terrorist suspects".

Fox News host: 15 year-old detainee ‘maybe deserved’ harsh treatment
Court: Bush can indefinitely detain civilians
'Chav' should be banned, claims think tank

Vanity Fair writer arrested for sneaking into Bohemian Grove
Vanity Fair contributor Alex Shoumatoff faces trespassing charges after apparently trying to sneak into the famous, rich and powerful Bohemian Club's annual retreat over the weekend.

Prodigy - Illuminati

Time Out Examines Chemtrails
Time Out Productions presents a two part interview on Chem trails with chem trail researcher John Brennan and Sandy Brueti of northern Connecticut.

British troops to be trained on X-box and Playstation games consoles

 



Steve Watson: Terror Stopped For Putting My Hand in My Pocket



Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The state wants your children.


Truth Rising: Sneak Peek



Ireland Says No to the EU: Lisbon Treaty Dead and Buried?
 

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