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Obama Supporters to be Unleashed to Sell Banker Plan
Over the weekend, Obama’s zombie “canvassers” may knock on your door. “The Pledge Project Canvass is an unprecedented effort by a president to reach beyond Congress and tap grassroots supporters for help.

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When Things Fall Apart
On March 19 the New York Times reported: “The Fed said it would purchase an additional $750 billion worth of government-guaranteed mortgage-backed securities, on top of the $500 billion that it is currently in the process of buying.

Britain at risk of serious social unrest, report warns
Britain is in danger of serious social unrest and public disorder in response to the economic crisis, according to a new report.

US deficit seen at record 1.845 trillion dlrs
The US budget deficit will reach a record 1.845 trillion dollars in fiscal 2009 that ends in September, equivalent to 13.1 percent of economic output, the budget arm of Congress forecast Friday.

Mexican drug wars now worse than Iraq

Mexican drug cartels are now as heavily armed as America’s enemies during the Iraq war and are extending their bloody conflict into the United States, say security experts.

New video of torture exposes Chinese brutality in Tibet
The Tibetan government-in-exile, led by the Dalai Lama, has released a video that appears to show Tibetan monks being tortured by Chinese security forces.

Draconian Gun Law Guts 2nd Amendment Privacy
A shocking new gun control law recently introduced in Albany County is being labeled the most draconian piece of anti-second amendment legislation yet seen. The law requires buyers of all ammunition, even shotgun pellets, to provide their drivers license, state their purpose for buying the ammunition, and have the information retained and accessible by law enforcement for no less than 10 years.

Ron Paul talks AIG Bonuses on CNN American Morning 03/20/2009
On Friday, Congressman Paul appeared on CNN’s American Morning to discuss the AIG bonus controversy.

AIG in lawsuit with govt. over millions in tax payments

The Fed Did It, and Greenspan Should Admit It
In his Wall Street Journal article from March 11, 2009, former Fed chairman Alan Greenspan rejects the idea that the Fed’s low-interest-rate policy between December 2000 and June 2004 fueled the housing bubble, which in turn laid the foundation for the current economic crisis.

US navy vessels collide in Strait of Hormuz

Rothschild Australia and E3 International to take the lead in the global carbon trading market
Sydney, Australia - Rothschild Australia and E3 International are set to become key players in the international carbon credit trading market, an emerging commodity market that analysts estimate could be worth up to US$150 billion by 2012.

Does a Single Independent Economist Buy the Geithner-Summers-Bernanke Approach?
Does a single independent economist buy the Geithner-Summers-Bernanke approach?

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Toxic Asset Plan Foresees Big Subsidies for Investors

Nobel Economists Slam Obama’s Economic Policy
Nobel economists Paul Krugman and Joseph Stiglitz slammed Obama’s economic policy this week.

Ter·ror·ist (noun): Anyone Who Disagrees with the Government

The Department of Homeland Security and police forces label anyone who they disagree with - or who disagrees with government policies - as “terrorists”.

Iran Leader: No change in hostile US policy
The Leader of the Islamic Revolution says the US has shown no sign of a real change in its hostile attitude toward the Iranian nation.

CIA reveals it has 3,000 pages of documents relating to destroyed interrogation tapes
The Central Intelligence Agency disclosed Friday that it has 3,000 summaries, transcripts, reconstructions and memoranda relating to 92 interrogation videotapes that were destroyed by the agency, the American Civil Liberties Union revealed Friday evening.

Schenectady Mayor Stratton Responds To Prison Planet “Martial Law” Report
Mayor Stratton today sent us a statement clarifying his comments, which were originally made to Capital News 9. Stratton writes that though martial law is not a “permanent remedy” to the problem, the use of state militia to oversee a transitional phase is being seriously considered.

Up to three million march in French mass protest
In a record turn-out, as many as three million people hit the streets in France on Thursday (19 March) to protest against the government’s economic policies in response to the global crisis, according to union estimates. The numbers were closer to 1.2 million, say the police.

Airstrike kills 11 insurgents in Iraq: US military
A US airstrike north of Baghdad reportedly killed eleven insurgents, but there is no word on whether or not any civilians were hit. According to an Iraqi official, the strike took place on the eve of the six-year invasion of Iraq by a US-led coalition.

Obama and Israeli Leader Make Video Appeals to Iran
Movie Review - The Obama Deception

The Great Global Warming Hoax

RAND Wants WWIII to Save US Economy

Paul Watson & Alex Jones - Mumbai Terror Attacks

Paul Joseph Watson: Internet Censorship a Growing Cancer

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