Thursday, July 29, 2010 22:34
World Net Daily writer says Fluoride is good for you. An open letter
to Phil Elmore
After reading an article entitled Is flouride part of globalist plot?
by freelance author and technical writer Phil Elmore posted on the WorldNetDaily
website, I was motivated to correct Mr. Elmore’s misconceptions.
Support Needed To Keep Propaganda Matrix Online
House proposal would ease FBI access to records of Internet activity
The Obama administration is seeking to make it easier for the FBI to
compel companies to turn over records of an individual’s Internet
activity without a court order if agents deem the information relevant
to a terrorism or intelligence investigation.
9/11 Health and Compensation Act, bill to help responders, may die The House votes Wednesday or Thursday for the first time
ever on a bill to care for the heroes and victims of Sept. 11, 2001
– and it’s likely to fail.
Demands US Stop Meddling In Its Affairs, Wants Acceptance As World Power,
Issues Thinly Veiled Threat
Today, China communist party’s mouthpiece People’s Daily
has released an essay in which the country once again resorts to thinly
veiled threats against the US.
sunk by mine, not North Korea?
Russian investigators conducted their own investigation into the sinking
of the Cheonan from May 31 to June 7. The investigation concluded that
the vessel was sunk by an “indirect outside underwater explosion”
and that the blast was more likely from a mine floating below the surface
than a torpedo.
Sessions: Kagan ‘Dangerous’
Sessions argued that Ms.
Kagan is a legal progressive and stated that the American people do
not want Senators to confirm a Supreme Court nominee who would impose
their own social or political views from the bench, and that such a
philosophy is contrary to our legal heritage.
Oil Spill: Video of Michigan disaster as Kalamazoo River runs black
A state of emergency has been declared in southwest Michigan’s
Kalamazoo County after an oil pipeline sprung a leak in Marshall Township,
releasing more than 800,000 gallons of oil released into a creek.
Science is losing its credibility because
it has adopted an authoritarian tone, and has let itself be co-opted
Study Shows Vaccines Cause Brain Changes Found in Autism
Abnormal brain growth and function are features of autism, an increasingly
common developmental disorder that now affects 1 in 60 boys in the US.
Propaganda Demonizes Tea Party Through Association With Establishment
Democrat leaders have finally
realised that anti-establishment sentiment is the driving force behind
the Tea Party movement, announcing a plan to demonize it via a national
campaign to associate the GOP and the Tea Party as one and the same.
leak part of U.S. plot, says Pakistani ex-general with ties to Taliban From the deluge of leaked military documents published Sunday,
a former Pakistani spy chief emerged as a chilling personification of
his nation’s alleged duplicity in the Afghan war — an erstwhile
U.S. ally turned Taliban tutor.
files indicate U.S. pays Afghan media to run friendly stories
story soft, coverage a 9/11-like lie’
– What Leaks?
say war with Iran is completely unacceptable
“A war in Iran is absolutely unacceptable for Russia and Russia
will do everything to prevent that possibility. on the other hand Russia
is also afraid of Iran getting close to acquiring nuclear weapons.”
independent of world powers’
funds sedition leaders to topple Iran’?
defense chief offers warnings on Iran and Lebanon
President Obama has signed the financial industry regulatory overhaul
— officially, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection
Act. Predictably, what he said about it cannot possibly be true.
A Great Time To Be A New College Graduate: High Unemployment, Crappy
Service Jobs And Crippling Student Loan Debt
Rogers Calls CNBC A Market PR Agency Whose Sole Purpose Is To Make Stocks
Group Calls for ‘Safe Passage’ of Illegals Out of U.S.
An anti-immigration group is calling on the Obama administration to
ensure a smooth exit for illegal immigrants who are trying to leave
the U.S. due to the weak economy and Arizona’s strict new immigration
Treasury is running on fumes
The White House is screaming like a stuck pig. WikiLeaks’
release of the Afghan War Documents “puts the lives of our
soldiers and our coalition partners at risk.”
Yesterday, Ron Paul spoke on the House floor during debate on a
privileged resolution to invoke the War Powers Act and remove our
troops from Pakistan.
Paul on the Fair Sentencing Act
Fraud of ‘Big-Picture’ Thinking
Politicians, pundits, and others perennially invoke the “Big
Picture.” Recognizing the role of the Big Picture is vital
to understanding how contemporary democracies are going off the
rail. The Big Picture provides preemptive exoneration for almost
anyone who wants to kowtow and cheerlead for political power.
rules out terrorist attack on Japanese tanker in Persian Gulf: official
The Managing Director of Iranian Navigation and Ports Organization
on Wednesday rules out the possibility of terrorist attack on a
Japanese tanker in Persian Gulf, the semi-official Mehr news agency
ready to stop uranium enrichment: report
Obama Administration Tries To Propagandize Its Way To An Economic
Yesterday we noted how, absurdly, The White House blog was trumpeting
a new cheap housing program as part of its recovery efforts.
Economists: “Mission Accomplished”
What Surprises They Snuck Into The Financial Reform Bill
California orders unpaid leave for workers
targets ‘soccer moms’ to halt poll slide
When Barack Obama appears on Thursday on the homey set of The View,
all couches and coffee cups, he can expect laughs and soft questions
from “the ladies” – led by television mavens Barbara
Walters and Whoopi Goldberg.
CIA Head: WikiLeaks threatens US security agencies drive
A former head of the CIA warned that government secrets pouring
through WikiLeaks could sabotage the post 9-11 campaign to break
down walls between rival US intelligence agencies.
Soldiers’ Families Denied Cash as Insurers Profit
The package arrived at Cindy Lohman’s home in Great Mills,
Maryland, just two weeks after she learned that her son, Ryan, a
24-year-old Army sergeant, had been killed by a bomb in Afghanistan.
privacy fears for 100m users as their personal details are published
on file-sharing site
The privacy of millions of Facebook users has been jeopardised after
some of their details were harvested and published on the internet.
Course Clean Up Workers Can’t Find the Oil … BP Used
Dispersants to Temporarily Hide It, So Now It Will Plague the Gulf
News headlines state that cleanup workers are having a hard time
finding oil. Sounds good, right?
crashes into oil well in Gulf of Mexico, new oil leak reported
Establishment Protection Act
The so-called DISCLOSE Act currently under consideration in the
Senate is an affront to personal liberties protected under the First
and Ninth Amendments of the U.S. Constitution.
neocon mistranslation game now trains its sights on Putin
The neocons, who can always be relied upon
to lie, cheat, steal, fabricate, have also refined the propaganda
art of mistranslating foreign language quotes of various foreign
leaders for their own insidious purposes.
Legislature approves plan to bypass Electoral College
The Massachusetts Legislature has approved a new law intended to
bypass the Electoral College system and ensure that the winner of
the presidential election is determined by the national popular
People Have Been Entrusted With The “Keys” To The Internet
These smart cards are the actual keys to the Internet. There are
seven of them and they hold the power to restarting the world wide
web “in the event of a catastrophic event.”
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