Monday, June 28, 2010 13:09
Protesters Attacked, Arrested While Cop-Car Arsonists Left Alone
An eyebrow-raising photograph of one of the anarchists who set fire
to a Toronto police car during anti-G20 protests this past weekend shows
him wearing Nike clothing, a potential indication that provocateurs
dressed up as black-bloc "anarchists" were again employed
by authorities to cause mayhem in order to justify a brutal police crackdown
and crush free speech, as peaceful protesters were attacked and arrested
while the anarchists who torched the cars were left alone.
tent city takes root in Hawaii
Pastor Joe Hunkin picked his way around rusted car axles, propane tanks
and two-by-fours studded with bent nails to find a homeless encampment
where people have been cooking and sleeping directly behind Waipahu
High School, in an area that received unwanted national attention this
Spill Clean-Up Costs Hit $100 Million a Day
Thick oil from BP’s Gulf of Mexico spill washed ashore in Mississippi
for the first time as tropical storm Alex moved into the Gulf, posing
a threat to the cleanup operation, as the UK oil major announced its
clean up costs had hit $100 million a day.
Real Truth About BP and What is Happening in the Gulf
BP is engaged in criminal negligence. It only pretends to clean-up its
mess when government officials arrive for photo-ops. BP and its employees
have given more than $3.5 million to federal candidates over the past
20 years, with the largest chunk of their money going to Obama.
joins 10 nations in war games
Australia, US, Indonesia, France and 10 other nations are flexing their
military might in war games off Hawaii as part of the world’s
largest international maritime exercise.
McChrystal Did Obama a Huge Favor
Just when Barack Obama’s presidency was drowning in BP’s
crude oil, a megalomaniacal US Army general called Stanley McChrystal,
commander of the US-led coalition in Afghanistan, did him several
many Americans are targeted for assassination?
When The Washington Post’s Dana Priest first revealed (in
passing) back in January that the Obama administration had compiled
a hit list of American citizens targeted for assassination, she
wrote that “as of several months ago, the CIA list included
three U.S. citizens.”
calls for bank tax as next step in reform
President Barack Obama, fresh from a win on a sweeping overhaul
of Wall Street regulations, on Saturday urged Congress to take up
his proposal for a $90 billion, 10-year tax on banks as the next
step in reform.
lawyer claims hitting an Iraq veteran 20 times was ‘too little’
force An attorney representing a police officer
caught on tape almost two years ago viciously assaulting an Iraq
war veteran suggested in court recently that his client had, perhaps
out of “compassion,” used “too little” force
against the unarmed man lying on the ground before him in video
Northeast Ohio Girl on ‘No Fly’ List Alyssa Thomas, 6, is a little girl who is
already under the spotlight of the federal government. Her family
recently discovered that Alyssa is on the “no fly” list
maintained by U.S. Homeland Security.