Tuesday, June 22, 2010 12:51
Government To Force Internet Users To Install State-Approved Software The Australian government
is set to intensify its war against Internet freedom by forcing web
users to install state-approved anti-virus software. If they fail to
do so, they will be denied an Internet connection, or if their computer
is later infected, the user's connection will be terminated.
Keiser on Oil Spill: Rewarding Eco-Terror
This time Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, look at the latest
scandals of financial news presenters speaking in tongues, EU commissioners
threatening the return of dictatorships and European fund managers piling
into Australian property. Watch the full Episode ?53 on Tuesday.
Bush & Co. Do Medical Research on Detainees? As time goes by, the record of the Bush administration
gets worse and worse. It could turn out that the most egregious offense
of the Bush-esque Obama administration will be that its Justice Department
let Bush-Cheney & Co. off scot-free.
Tax On Electricity To Send Prices Skyrocketing Americans already laboring under the
financial duress of massive unemployment and the threat of a double-dip
recession will be hit with massive electricity bill hikes if President
Obama succeeds in ramming through the first salvo of his "green
agenda" - a carbon tax on electricity companies which will be passed
on to customers.
thuggery is useless in fighting spill
Thuggery is unattractive. Ineffective thuggery even more so. Which may
be one reason so many Americans have been reacting negatively to the
response of Barack Obama and his administration to BP’s Gulf oil
al-Qaida operative rips Obama
Barack Obama is a “treacherous, bloodthirsty” president
who won’t prevent a terror attack on the United States, U.S.-born
al-Qaida operative Adam Gadahn said.
Host Admits To Parroting White House Talking Points MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski admitted on air
this morning that she was repeating White House talking points she
had been advised to include in the channel's news programming regarding
the ongoing BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.