Monday, July 12, 2010 20:26
Nation: Americans Hypnotized As Country Collapses The sight of American citizens gathering to protest basketball
player LeBron James' decision to join Miami Heat last week, after Ohio
Governor Ted Strickland joined celebrities to serenade James in a bizarre
appeal video entitled “We are LeBron,” was a shocking reminder
of how millions of Americans are more concerned about sports teams than
the fact that their country is collapsing around them, and how potent
a threat such wanton delusion is to the survival of freedom and prosperity
in the United States.
Contractor: BP Not Interested In Cleaning Up Oil Spill
Former high-level BP contractor and Army Special Operations soldier
Adam Dillon told a New Orleans television station that British Petroleum
is not interested in cleaning up the oil spill because the company is
run by "cutthroat individuals" who only care about money.
government war on raw milk is an attack against food freedom
As a rule of thumb, I don’t drink anything that comes out of a
cow. But for the last several thousand years, a large percentage of
the human population has consumed cow’s milk — a substance
that admittedly contains quite an impressive collection of nutrients.
attack seriously flawed: probe Israel’s military probe into the May
31 attack on a Gaza aid convoy has found Israeli forces guilty of
serious errors in preparing and carrying out the deadly takeover.
Few Blocks, 4 Years, 52,000 Police Stops When night falls, police officers blanket
some eight odd blocks of Brownsville, Brooklyn. Squad cars with
flashing lights cruise along the main avenues: Livonia to Powell
to Sutter to Rockaway. And again.
die in Uganda World Cup final bombings
In simultaneous bombings bearing the hallmarks of international
terrorists, two explosions have ripped through crowds watching the
World Cup final in two places in Uganda’s capital, killing
64 people, police said.
unmanned airships to patrol Afghanistan skies for up to three weeks
at a time Giant unmanned airships that can fly for
up to three weeks at a time could soon be providing cover for British
soldiers in Afghanistan.
Economic Problems? With
each passing news cycle, it seems like the economic headlines just
keep getting worse. And unfortunately, the highly integrated global
economy that we have constructed means that what happens on one
side of the world is going to very likely have a big impact on the
other side of the world.
Voice Grave Concerns on Immigration In a private meeting with White House officials
this weekend, Democratic governors voiced deep anxiety about the
Obama administration’s suit against Arizona’s new immigration
law, worrying that it could cost a vulnerable Democratic Party in
the fall elections.