Iranian Scientist Who Would Not Play Curveball Useful insights often must be seen through
a glass darkly. But some can be pulled through the smoke and mirrors
shrouding the wanderings of Iranian scientist Shahram Amiri, who is
now back home in Iran after 14 months in the U.S. as guest of the CIA.
Deception Censorship Draws Major Response
Thanks to our dedicated readers and listeners, within twenty minutes
of Alex Jones’ Sunday show ending where the news broke of The
Obama Deception being taken off YouTube, three of the top ten Google
Trend search terms were held by Infowars, Fall of the Republic, and
The Obama Deception Censored.
Europe’s banks won’t stave off a deflationary vortex
Euroland’s authorities are inflicting a triple shock of fiscal,
monetary, and currency tightening on a broken economy. They are doing
so in a region where industrial output is still 14pc below its peak,
where growth barely scraped above zero over the winter “recovery”,
and where youth unemployment is at 40pc in Spain, 35pc in Slovakia,
29pc in Italy, and 26pc in Ireland.
Will Commit Treason Monday/National Security Staff Warned Our constitutional rights
are being trampled sixteen different ways every day by the Obama administration,
the government has made it a felony to cover the Gulf Oil spill too
closely, the president may have perjured himself in the Blago investigation,
but never mind trying to cover all those worthy news stories: the Washington
Post thinks it has found some national security secrets, so it’s
going to blabber them all over its newspaper starting Monday—reportedly,
complete with an interactive website linking jobs, codenames and missions.
year old girl naked body scanned
There’s been lots of talk lately about body scanners — the
new airport security tool that allows screeners to see through clothes.
People are concerned about privacy, delayed flights, health effects.
There is No Rule of Law Last week ended with some promising news
on finally stopping the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Unfortunately,
the administration still seems to believe that shutting down working
oil wells is a higher priority than effectively dealing with the
to deploy troops on Mexico border
The US will start sending some 1,200 troops to its border with Mexico
in August to help in monitoring and arresting illegal immigrants,