crafts pro- business climate bill
Senators writing climate and energy legislation are vigorously courting
business groups like the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. But they might lose
support on the left if they go too far.
TSA nominee withdraws his name The Obama administration’s second choice
to lead the Transportation Security Administration withdrew from consideration
Friday, days after senators questioned his business and personal dealings
as a military contractor who provided services ranging from Iraq war
interrogators to private guards at the White House.
"Same Doctor, Same Plan" Promise Is A Bald Faced Lie
President Obama's promise that Americans would still be able to keep
the same doctor and the same plan they were on before the health care
bill was passed is already collapsing, with businesses, insurance companies
and medical device manufacturers jacking up prices in response to Obamacare,
and making it clear that the burden of the raft of new taxes imposed
by the legislation will fall on Americans across the income spectrum.
Cheney sticks nose in KY Senate race to back Rand Paul’s NeoCon
Indeed, Cheney– the man who helped construct the lies that sold
the Iraq War, who endorses perpetual conflict and endless spending in
order to maintain over 700 military bases overseas, and who still delusionally
calls himself a “conservative”– came out in support
of Trey Grayson, one of Rand Paul’s primary opponents.
won’t destroy Afghan poppy fields
NATO has rejected an appeal made by Russia for eradication of opium
fields in Afghanistan, arguing that the sole source of income in the
region cannot be removed.
sees $1 billion healthcare related charge
AT&T Inc (T.N) said on Friday it would record a $1 billion non-cash
charge for the current quarter related to the new U.S. health care
reform law, as lawmakers called on the company and three other large
employers to testify about expected cost hikes.
Lehman, UBS Named in Bid-Rigging Conspiracy
JPMorgan Chase & Co., Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. and UBS
AG were among more than a dozen Wall Street firms involved in a
conspiracy to pay below-market interest rates to U.S. state and
local governments on investments, according to documents filed in
a U.S. Justice Department criminal antitrust case.
Federal Reserve as a Confidence Game
In February of 2004, I published an article entitled “Greenspam.”
The general lesson was not to listen to Greenspan’s deceptive
testimony. Delete it from your mind like spam email messages. Watch
what he has done and what he is doing, in order to protect your
wealth and capital. Discount anything you read about his testimony,
except Congressmen Paul’s questions and commentary.
Tensions Pale Alongside Agenda To Attack Iran An incident in the Yellow Sea that could
trigger further heightened tension between North and South Korea
is likely to be played down by the globalist power structure in
the U.S. because it threatens the focus of their agenda in the middle
Korean Boat Sunk By Own Explosives
The JCS said there was a possibility that the explosion was caused
by an attack from North Korea or the boat’s own explosives.
A South Korean vessel fired warning shots toward the North around
the time of the incident after its radar detected a suspicious object,
he said. It was believed to be a flock of birds, he added.
a Nice World War, Folks
Here is news of the Third World War. The United States has invaded
Africa. US troops have entered Somalia, extending their war front
from Afghanistan and Pakistan to Yemen and, now, the Horn of Africa.
Warming: Shut Down the IPCC
The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has announced
yet another “flaw” in their reports. It’s time
– once and for all – to be very clear about the obvious.
There are serious conclusions to be drawn from the fact that the
“flaws” in the UN reports produced bias in only one
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