Cronkite: Most Trusted Asset of Operation Mockingbird
“It is impossible to imagine CBS News, journalism or indeed America
without Walter Cronkite,” said Sean McManus, president of CBS
News, on the passing on Walter Cronkite. “More than just the best
and most trusted anchor in history, he guided America through our crises,
tragedies and also our victories and greatest moments.”
Immunity Set For Swine Flu Vaccine Makers
The last time the government embarked on a major vaccine campaign against
a new swine flu, thousands filed claims contending they suffered side
effects from the shots. This time, the government has already taken
steps to head that off.
Intel Committee to probe CIA hit squad program
U.S. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Silvestre Reyes (D-TX) said
on Friday afternoon that the panel will investigate the CIA’s
hit squad program to determine whether the agency’s nondisclosure
to Congress was a violation of law.
Alex Jones – Where I Stand!
Alex temporarily puts the news aside and takes a moment to reflect on
the bigger picture.
the real “cyber 9/11? happen on 9/11?
Government sources immediately began blaming North Korea for the recent
cyberterror attacks on South Korea and the U.S., despite having no evidence
to back up those claims.
Restricts U.S. Forces
The Iraqi government has moved to sharply restrict the movement and
activities of U.S. forces in a new reading of a six-month-old U.S.-Iraqi
security agreement that has startled American commanders and raised
concerns about the safety of their troops.
Sachs Raking in Massive Profits Due to the fact that Goldman Sachs is currently the favorite
of Washington they are raking in massive profits during a time when
most banks and brokerage firms are struggling for survival.
hangs by a thread in Honduras
The international group of right-wingers who staged the coup d’état
against the democratic government of Honduras on 28 June are watching
their plot fast unravel.
US public may stop backing Afghan war
The US defense secretary has admitted that the American public will
likely stop backing the war in Afghanistan a day after a top US
military chief said he can not see an end to the long-fought war.