Friday, July 3, 2009 17:37
Superhighway Returns From The Dead The Trans-Texas Corridor, part of the NAFTA Superhighway projected
to link the United States with Canada and Mexico as an integral cog
of the North American Union, is back on the agenda after Texas Governor
Rick Perry lied in claiming that the proposal was dead earlier this
Home Prices Seen Falling 40% Overall: Analyst
U.S. housing prices will fall by a double-digit percentage from already
beaten-down levels, resulting in an overall 40 percent plunge by the
time foreclosures peak in the second half of 2010, Barclays Capital
economist Michelle Meyer said.
Boarding and the Future State of Torture
America has been standing on shaky moral ground for a very long time.
A country that was once viewed as the embodiment of justice and liberty
has long been neither just, nor liberated. Rule of law, which was once
cherished, has been trampled upon in the name of “national security”.
crackdowns may encourage drug use
TOUGH policing of the illegal drugs market may have the perverse effect
of making drugs more affordable and thereby encouraging people to use
them, according to a new model of the dynamics of this market.
Bigger Story Behind Michael Scheur’s Wish for an Attack on America Everyone is appropriately outraged that the former head of the
CIA unit which hunted Bin Laden for almost a decade - Michael Scheur
- told Glenn Beck: “The only chance we have as a country right
now is for Osama bin Laden to deploy and detonate a major weapon in
the United States.”
gather on Georgian border
The tension is palpable. And the fear today is that this time, the Russian
forces may carry out what last year they only threatened and topple
the regime of the Western-leaning Georgian President, Mikheil Saakashvili.
nations should back dollar as key currency: Japan
Major countries should support the dollar as the key international currency,
although emerging nations may discuss a new global reserve currency
on the sidelines of the G8 summit next week, a Japanese official said
may force home energy audits
The energy bill also proposes a change in how homes are sold. Originally,
it called for all “for-sale” homes, old or new, to go through
a mandatory energy audit. Subsequently, homeowners would receive a type
of “energy performance grade”.
Are Pawns Of The U.S. Military-Industrial Complex Recent revelations concerning the U.S. importing Taliban members
into Pakistan to foster false flag terrorism is merely the tip of the
iceberg when compared to the U.S. intelligence complex’s multi-decade
history in sponsoring Sunni Al-Qaeda affiliated terrorist groups around
Korean Missile Threat: Made in the USA According to Air Force Gen. Victor E. Renuart, Northcom commander,
the United States is ready to knock down the last stage of a Taepodong-2
missile that North Korea is expected soon to launch in the direction
and Trade and the Illusion of the New Green Economy
I don’t think Al Gore in his wildest dreams could have imagined
how successful the “climate crisis” movement would become.
It is probably safe to assume that this success is not so much the
result of Gore’s charisma as it is humanity’s spiritual
need to be involved in something transcendent – like saving
Face of the Next Generation
This is my daughter, this is the face of the next generation. She
will be left to pay all of the debts of this once great nation.
She won’t have everything I had and more. The money’s
been spent on bailouts, graft and war.
Paul Strikes Gold
Legislators are sick of not knowing what’s going on inside
Bernanke’s fortress, especially as the Fed becomes further
enmeshed in the nation’s fiscal policy. Paul’s little
bill has become emblematic of a larger movement, one that could
spell trouble for Obama’s troubled regulatory plan.
drone strike kills 10 in Pakistan
A U.S. drone aircraft fired missiles on Friday into Pakistan’s
South Waziristan region, killing 10 militants, officials said, ahead
of an expected Pakistani military offensive in the area.
to monitor private networks for cyberattacks
The Obama administration is going ahead with a controversial plan
to have the National Security Agency screen government email and
other official computer traffic passing over private networks.
CIA Involvement In Iran
Nazi Roots Of The European Union
North Korea Nuclear Circus
Police State UK
Neo-Con Attack On Jesse Ventura
9/11 Truth Hit Piece Propaganda
24 - David Kwon - $50
June 11 - Peter Keeley - $10
June 11 - James Gathings - $10
May 25 - Stefan Lisander - $200
May 15 - Barry John Bennett - $15