Plans to Implement REAL ID in 2013
Tela Mange, Chief of Media Relations at Texas Department of Public Safety,
has responded to an Infowars.com request for information on the state’s
implementation of REAL ID.
Brother: The Orwellian Nightmare Come True When George Orwell (pen name of Eric Blair)
first published his famous novel, Nineteen Eighty-Four, it was the year
1949, and it told a dark story of what he envisioned life may be like
in the future-in the year 1984.
NRO Mission Patches I’ve seen a lot of weird military patches,
but I think that this one might take the cake. It’s related to
the NRO satellite that was launched back in January, USA-224, also known
as NRO Launch 49 (NRO L-49).
Wars: More States Looking at Arizona-Style Laws More than 100 immigration-related bills are
pending in the Texas legislature alone, including those that would give
state and local police officers the authority to enforce federal immigration
laws, make English the official language and prevent undocumented students
from getting in-state tuition and scholarships.
protests loom in Saudi Arabia’ Massive anti-government protests are impending
in Saudi Arabia following the arrest of a senior cleric who called
for political reform in the country, an analyst says.
Stone: Glenn Beck Rips Off Alex Jones After listing seven different aspects in
which Beck is charged with ripping off Jones, Zaitchik concludes
that the Fox News host has indeed borrowed Jones’ material
to create “bastardized versions of theories and facts originally
found on the Alex Jones Show.”
Threatens Iran With “Bloodiest Of Revolutions” More “transparency and accountability”
was needed from other producers such as Russia and Saudi Arabia
he said. Mr Soros also predicted the Iranian regime would be overthrown
in the “bloodiest of the revolutions”.
the Edge: Intervention Fears Rise as US, UK Forces Mass Near Libya The U.S. and UK are becoming more isolated
as they refuse to rule out intervention in Libya. Germany has joined
international voices opposing any foreign military action. Washington,
massing its forces off the Libyan coast, claims its keeping all
options open and is ready to step in if the crisis deepens.
Price Shock; You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet The most common cause of a spiking oil price
is supply shock. We may be seeing just such a phenonenon right now
with the effective shut down of Libyan oil. But sometimes it’s
excessive demand that does the damage.