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White House Emails Show More Extensive Improper Contact With Google
Recent email communication between White House Deputy Chief Technology Officer Andrew McLaughlin (in photo), who is Google’s former head of Global Public Policy, and multiple outside individuals raise new questions about the official’s alleged circumvention of federal ethics and recordkeeping rules.


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Poll: Faith in Social Security system tanking
Battered by high unemployment and record home foreclosures, most Americans seem to have lost faith in another fundamental part of their personal finances: Social Security.

Democrats pull plug on climate bill
Senate Democrats pulled the plug on climate legislation Thursday, pushing the issue off into an uncertain future ahead of midterm elections where President Barack Obama’s party is girding for a drubbing.

The SEC Launches Investigation Into The Suspicious Timing Of SEC VS Goldman Case
Wall Streeters who have wondered about the suspicious timing of the SEC’s case against Goldman ever since it was announced within moments of Obama’s big Fin Reg push will soon have an answer.

Goldman Sachs Said to Give AIG-Hedging List to Investigators
2011: The Year Of The Tax Increase
ECB’s Trichet Calls for Fiscal Tightening


‘Hillary Clinton ADMITS that the US and Pakistan created the Mujahaddin (aka Al CIA DUH)
I happened to be flipping through the channels last night, when I stumbled onto this interview.

Uncovered: Britain’s secret rendition programme
Until now, this country has been guilty only by association in the illegal transfer of prisoners. But the covert rendition of a Moroccan man by MI5 agents suggests that the practice was central to Britain’s ‘war on terror’.

‘People Are Getting Sick,’ Cleanup Worker Says
The work to cleanup the millions of gallons of oil in the Gulf can be hazardous, and one spill worker told WDSU that he has witnessed illness, injury and unsafe working conditions.

Life expectancy gap ‘widest since Great Depression’
The poorest people in Britain are twice as likely to die before the age of 65 than the richest – the highest inequality in mortality since the economic depression of the 1930s.

Gold Coin Sellers Angered by New Tax Law
Those already outraged by the president’s health care legislation now have a new bone of contention — a scarcely noticed tack-on provision to the law that puts gold coin buyers and sellers under closer government scrutiny.

Abandoning the Capped Oil Well: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
BP will leave the cap on the oil well while it vacates the area for a number of days to avoid the coming tropical storm.

Ocean Energy Institute Founder Says New Hurricane Will Require Gulf Evacuation

Obama’s Afghan War in Perspective
Practically everyone now understands that the war in Afghanistan is going very badly. This is not because the Taliban and other “insurgent” forces are strong and their foreign foes weak. It is because of the Afghans’ indomitable spirit of independence that is only intensified by each civilian death due to house raids or bombs.

U.S. Forces Step Up Pakistan Presence

Myth-debunking Snopes obscures Israel’s role in 9/11
Snopes.com, officially known as the Urban Legends Reference Pages, has since its humble inception in 1995 come to be regarded as one of the most trusted debunkers of conspiracy theories on the internet.

Navy braces for Lebanese flotilla

Iran: Global awakening will end cruelty
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says a new consciousness could develop in the world, which will put an end to tyrannical powers and their injustices.

Pentagon Faces Intensifying Pressures to Trim Budget
After nearly a decade of rapid increases in military spending, the Pentagon is facing intensifying political and economic pressures to restrain its budget, setting up the first serious debate since the terrorist attacks of 2001 about the size and cost of the armed services.

Charlie Rangel Charged With Numerous Ethics Violations, Among Them Offshore Drilling Tax-Related Kickbacks
In the latest black eye to the democrats’ midterm election chances, Charlie Rangle, the former chairman of the ways and means committee was charged with a plethora of ethics violations, confirming yet again that the phrase “honest politician” is just as oxymoronic as “Non-stripper-abusing Wall Street CEO.”

Sherrod: Shutting down Breitbart site ‘would be a great thing’
Sherrod says she might sue Breitbart, who’s “one person I’d like to get back at, because he came at me”

Obama Joins UN Effort to Dictate Acceptable Behavior on the Internet
The United States — along with the UK, China and Russia — have agreed to work together under the globalist umbrella of the United Nations to determine “norms of accepted behavior in cyberspace,” according to Computer Weekly.

Leaked G20 Documents Show Carbon Taxes Still High on Globalist Agenda
This week The Corbett Report was sent documents purported to be the notes of an attendee of the recent Toronto G20 meeting.

 

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