Friday, June 11, 2010 19:09
Olbermann Slams Tea Party Senate Candidate For Voting Against Water
Fluoridation MSNBC Countdown host Keith Olbermann has slammed a Tea Party
Senate candidate who won a key primary victory this week, intimating
that she is crazy because she believes sodium fluoride, a deadly poison,
Critical of Hitler and Gun Control Banned by eBay
A T-shirt that warns against how dictators like Hitler used gun control
to disarm their victims has been sensationally banned by eBay after
the online auction giant labeled the garment "Nazi propaganda"
despite the fact that it carries an anti-Nazi message.
Biden: In Israel’s Service
Israel appears to be in more serious trouble diplomatically than at
any time in its history following the botched attack by an “elite”
commando squad on the Mavi Marmara in the early morning hours of June
1 that left at least nine dead and scores wounded.
Jennings takes on the NWO with art
Singer-songwriter Shooter Jennings, the son of country music outlaws
Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter, talks with RT America’s Jihan
Hafiz about his latest project with novelist Stephen King. Jennings
and King teamed up to produce a concept album entitled Black Ribbons,
an indictment against government censorship and the New World Order.
Death Of Las Vegas
There are quite a few U.S. cities that are complete and utter economic
disaster zones in 2010 (Detroit for example), but there is something
about the demise of Las Vegas that is absolutely stunning.
dodges Drudge Tax questions Federal Trade Commission (FTC) leaders are attempting
to distance themselves from controversial proposals published in a May
24 working paper on “reinventing” the media.
FEMA: Exclusively Online For Prison Planet.tv Members! The shocking documentary Camp FEMA is now
exclusively availble to watch online for members of Prison Planet.tv!
Recent legislation attempting to legitimize the use of internment
camps to detain U.S. citizens in the event of an uprising or civil
unrest has many people asking what nation they live in.
abandon Arizona, fleeing economy, immigration law Arizona’s hard-hitting immigration
law is driving Hispanics out of the state weeks before the controversial
law goes into effect. Although concrete figures are not available,
anecdotal evidence suggests Hispanics, both legal residents and
illegal immigrants, are starting to flee.
Science Writer Loses Statist Faith The preeminent UK science writer Matt Ridley,
formerly an editor of The Economist and author of the best-selling
Genome and other books, has long upheld the politically correct
canons of his trade. But in his new book, The Rational Optimist,
he has finally exhausted his patience with the environmental movement
and the rest of the economic left.
Statism and the Holocaust
Weighing in on the Helen Thomas controversy, Washington Post columnist
Richard Cohen made an interesting observation as to one of the reasons
that post-World War II Jews looked to the establishment of Israel
as a safe haven for Jews.
extremely worried about stolen nukes
It became apparent that someone spread a rumour that the vessels
sailing to Gaza recently were possibly carrying one of the British
(acquired from South Africa) stolen battlefield nuclear bombs.