Friday, July 31, 2009 18:00
Swine Flu “Czar” To Become ABC Medical Reporter The government’s swine flu “czar” has been
hired by ABC News as a senior medical reporter, in the latest example
of a prominent government mouthpiece shifting to become a prominent
approves bill on food safety
The House approved the first major changes to food safety laws in 70
years yesterday, giving sweeping new authority to the Food and Drug
Administration to regulate the way food is grown, harvested, and processed.
1000 Afghan civilians killed in 2009 A latest UN report shows that the number of Afghan civilians
killed either in US-led airstrikes or Taliban attacks has risen beyond
the 1000 in first half of 2009.
plan ‘moon’ protest of US spy balloon
A Canadian man is planning what local press called a “moon mission”
in protest of a U.S. spy balloon being tested for the Department of
Homeland Security. In other words, when the balloon flies, he and other
Canadians (he hopes) will give its operators a glimpse at how they feel
about the aerial spying. ‘Swine
flu drug has side-effects’
More than half of children taking Tamiflu suffer side-effects such as
nausea, insomnia and nightmares, researchers said.
sends warships into Gulf of Aden
Iran has deployed a flotilla of warships and support vessels into
the Gulf of Aden, the second in recent weeks, and says it also plans
to establish a new naval base in the Gulf of Oman, at the southern
end of the chokepoint Strait of Hormuz.
of NJ Rabbis, Mayors, Lays Bare Global Crime Cabal
The case of the New Jersey rabbis who ran a mafia-style syndicate—with
a sideline in body parts— is only part of a global criminal
conspiracy to traffic in human body parts headquartered in Israel
and financed by the Israeli National Health Plan.