Saturday, June 13, 2009 13:30
Paul: Audit the Fed Update
Congressman Ron Paul gives the latest exciting news on his legislation
to audit the Federal Reserve and explains the possible next steps for
military, civilian police training builds skills Security forces Airmen kicking in doors were only part of the
action during a joint training exercise, where 21st Security Forces
Squadron Airmen teamed with members of the Colorado Springs Police Department,
El Paso County Sheriff’s Department, and the Federal Bureau of
Investigation, among other police agencies.
1207: Battle To Audit The Fed Has Only Just Begun A great victory in the ongoing battle to wrestle back control
of US monetary policy from privately owned special interests was won
yesterday with the announcement that HR 1207, Ron Paul’s “audit
the Fed” bill, will be debated by the full House of Representatives.
Mockingbird Operative Glenn Beck’s Producer
Author and Christian conservative political activist Mark Dice instructs
all outraged by Glenn Beck’s attempt to link 9/11 truth activists
to the accused racist gunman James von Brunn to call Beck’s producer.
Photos Part of Agreement on Military Spending
Congressional negotiators reached tentative agreement on Thursday on
a $105.9 billion spending measure that would provide money for military
operations in Iraq and Afghanistan through September but would drop
a ban on the release of photographs showing abuse of foreign prisoners
held by United States forces.
Bows on Settling Detainees
The Obama administration has all but abandoned plans to allow Guantanamo
Bay detainees who have been cleared for release to live in the United
States, administration officials said yesterday, a decision that reflects
bipartisan congressional opposition to admitting such prisoners but
complicates efforts to persuade European allies to accept them.
Bailout Plan Keeps Zombie Banks Alive On Friday, we had the latest edition of the FDIC “Friday
Night Financial Follies” as regulators on Friday shut down
Bank of Lincolnwood, a small bank in Illinois, marking the 37th
failure this year of a federally insured bank. More are expected
to succumb amid the pressures of the weak economy and mounting loan
sends more troops to N.Korea border
South Korea has sent hundreds more Marines to its tense border with
North Korea, military officials said on Friday as world powers prepared
to punish the communist state for its nuclear test.
bin Laden hiding in Pakistan, CIA says
The CIA believes Osama bin Laden is hiding in Pakistan, and has
deployed intelligence agents to the country to aide the Pakistani
military in the search, the spy agency’s director said today.