Friday, March 19, 2010 21:43
Reserve Must Disclose Bank Bailout Records The Federal Reserve Board must disclose documents
identifying financial firms that might have collapsed without the largest
U.S. government bailout ever, a federal appeals court said.
Thug On A Power Trip Threatens to Bar Travel
His response to this was to close into my personal space, trying to
intimidate me with his towering figure and large beer-belly. He told
me that if I kept filming, he was “turn me over to police”
and that I “wouldn’t be allowed to fly.”
Celente: Great 2010 Crash is Looming
An attempt to turn around the financial sector. Here in Washington,
the Chairman of the Senate Banking Committee has drawn up a bill to
place regulation on banks and change the role of the Federal Reserve.
But even if this legislation moves forward will it prevent another financial
collapse. Here to talk about it is Gerald Celente, the director of the
Trends Research Institute.
Conspiratorial Thinking Be The Default Position? Considering the number of times governments
have been caught lying over the last few decades, we have to ask the
question, should the belief that major world events and political developments
happen as a result of a conspiracy of some form or other be the default
position in contemporary thinking, or should we continue to blindly
trust government and afford it the credibility it plainly doesn't deserve
in order to maintain a perceived sense of order?
scans eventually mandatory, TSA official says
All airline passengers in the U.S. will eventually be required to undergo
a full-body scan before boarding planes, just as metal detectors became
a standard and accepted part of the screening process at airports decades
ago, the federal transportation security chief in Chicago said Monday.
Swirl Around U.N.’s Climate Auditors
A little-known group called the InterAcademy Council has been made the
voice of authority on the credibility of climate change, leaving critics
scratching their heads — and some key questions unanswered.
Care: Obama Approves Sabotaging The Constitution Obama approves of sabotaging the Constitution.
He said he does not “spend a lot of time worrying about what
the procedural rules are,” in other words violating the spirit
and law of the Constitution is not a biggie for him.
Times Editorial: Impeach the President?
Mr. Obama is willing to devour his presidency, his party’s
congressional majority and – most disturbing – our democratic
institutional safeguards to enact it. He is a reckless ideologue
who is willing to sacrifice the country’s stability in pursuit
of a socialist utopia.
Obama’s “America [Must] Serve” Plan
Throughout Barack Obama’s campaign for president, he expressed
his desire to increase community service in America. He outlined
his plan, called “America Serves,” on change.gov, the
website that provided details of his presidential agenda and transition.
9/11, Just Not Too Deep
Investigate but dont go too deep, that is the message inside documents
from senior officials with the Bush administration to the 9/11 commission
as they search for answers after the attacks. Russ Baker says that
the government doesnt want full disclosure on this issue and that
people who investigate may be crossing the line.
Orwell: The Electronic Police State, 2010
A truism perhaps, but before resorting to brute force and open repression
to halt the “barbarians at the gates,” that would be
us, the masters of declining empires (and the chattering classes
who polish their boots) regale us with tales of “democracy
on the march,” “hope” and other banalities before
the mailed fist comes crashing down.
Another Phony Bin Laden Tape
Holdren's Eugenicist Nightmare
CIA Involvement In Iran
Nazi Roots Of The European Union
North Korea Nuclear Circus
Police State UK
Neo-Con Attack On Jesse Ventura
Dec. 3: Søren
Dreier - $25
Nov 13: Charles McCreary - $5
Nov. 3: Lynda LeCompte - $15
Jul. 13: Gregory Seabrooke - $100
Jun. 24: David Kwon - $50