Saturday, March 13, 2010 11:40
‘You’re Not Allowed to Ask’ About 9/11 Former Minnesota governor and one-time professional wrestler
Jesse Ventura has run afoul of the Huffington Post’s no-conspiracy-theory
policy, and he’s not happy about it.
Million Payout Proves Government Conspired To Lie About 9/11 The $650 million dollar payout in the
9/11 toxic dust settlement serves as a stark reminder amidst an attempted
establishment purge of any questions surrounding what happened on September
11, that the government did indeed conspire to lie about 9/11 in the
immediate aftermath of the attack.
panel to consider healthcare bill Monday
The House of Representatives Budget Committee on Monday will consider
a reconciliation bill that Democrats hope clears the way for final congressional
approval of an overhaul of U.S. healthcare, House Democratic Leader
Steny Hoyer said on Friday.
Jones On Russia Today: Free speech under fire
Alex Jones’ Web sites were assaulted in a massive, organized and
sustained attack, which is still ongoing. He claims that zombie computers
around the world were used to launch denial of service attacks against
him. Alex also weighs in on attacks against Jesse Ventura — is
he a victim of both the CIA and the mainstream media.
Cranks Up Hysteria in Wake of Joe Stack Attack
According to the CIA’s favorite newspaper, The Washington
Post, threats against the IRS “continue to pour in after last
month’s plane crash at agency offices in Austin, according
to union officials.”
sale of Katrina trailers sparks criticism
In a giant auction, the federal government has agreed to sell for
pennies on the dollar most of the 120,000 formaldehyde-tainted trailers
it bought nearly five years ago for Hurricane Katrina victims.
of Vitamin D deficiency sweeping the world
There is an epidemic of vitamin D deficiency sweeping across our
modern world, and it’s an epidemic of such depth and seriousness
that it makes the H1N1 swine flu epidemic look like a case of the
sniffles by comparison.