Wednesday, July 16, 2008 20:38
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.
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.
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.
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
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.