Friday, Jun 24, 2011 21:17 BST Texas
Lawmakers Go AWOL For Vote On TSA Groping Bill
Despite a massive lobbying effort on behalf of public pressure groups
that forced Governor Rick Perry to reverse his position and resurrect
a bill that would ban TSA groping in Texas and place it on the special
session of the Texas state legislature, lawmakers set to give the bill
a hearing today bizarrely went AWOL, and the session was adjourned.
Administration Caught Running False Flag Against Second Amendment Despite the Obama administration’s best efforts
to characterize Operation Fast and Furious, a recently revealed ATF
program that sought to put U.S.-based firearms into the hands of Mexican
drug smugglers, as little more than a ‘screw up’, the most
damning evidence strongly indicates that the whole operation was in
fact an attempt to launch a false flag assault on the second amendment
rights of the American people.
Supporter Claims Alex Jones Works For Obama
Following our exposé of potential Republican presidential candidate
Rick Perry's globalist leanings, several neo-con news outlets reacted
with a mixture of contempt, fury and in one case, outright frothing
idiocy, by claiming that Alex Jones and Infowars were fully paid-up
propagandists for the Obama 2012 re-election campaign.
Are Food Prices Rising So Fast?
If you do much grocery shopping, you have probably noticed that the
cost of food has been rising at a very brisk pace over the past year.
So why are food prices rising so fast? Can
Anyone Stop Bilderberg’s Lust for War?
Barack Obama says the U.S. role in invading Libya is not a “war”
because it is limited to air strikes. If so, the Japanese attack on
Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941 was not “war,” because Japan
had no boots on the ground.
ready to arm Philippines amid China tension The United States said Thursday it was ready to provide hardware
to modernize the military of the Philippines, which vowed to “stand
up to aggressive action” amid rising tension at sea with China.
killed as 4 blasts rock Baghdad
Four explosions in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, two of them at a popular
market, have killed at least 40 people and wounded another 100.
swallowed by Pentagon?
General David Petraeus is to head the CIA leaving his position of the
commander of US troops in Afghanistan. Petraeus says his past job won’t
affect his future one. Former CIA officer and radio host Jack Rice speaks
to RT’s Kristine Frazao.
Study: Fluoride Can Damage the Brain – Avoid Use in Children
“The prolonged ingestion of fluoride may cause significant damage
to health and particularly to the nervous system,” concludes a
review of studies by researchers Valdez-Jimenez, et al. published in
Neurologia (June 2011), reports New York State Coalition Opposed to
Fluoridation, Inc. (NYSCOF).
implements ten-year ban on GMOs
A rarity in the world today, the South American nation of Peru has yet
to be contaminated by the import, cultivation, or breeding of any genetically-modified
(GM) crops — at least not openly…
Moves to Expand War in Pakistan Now that Obama will go into the silly season
of American presidential politics claiming he ended the occupation
of Afghanistan, it is time for the Pentagon to get serious about
its effort to destabilize Pakistan and prepare for the next world
Plan to Destabilize Syria
The efforts to overthrow the Syrian government have a lot in common
with what has been undertaken in Libya. However, the results are
substantially different owing to each country’s social and
Drawdown Speech: More Orwellian Lies
Obama begins his speech by claiming Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda
attacked the United States on September 11, 2001. Like his predecessor,
the government, and the corporate media, he does not offer any evidence
but simply states it as fact.