Last Updated: Wednesday, May 13, 2009 19:56 GMT
London Guardian Runs Joke Coverage Of Bilderberg
The London Guardian is running a series of infantile stories on the upcoming Bilderberg group meeting in Athens in an attempt to relegate it to the level of farce and absurdity.

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Local community responds to the Obama Deception screening and street action
On May 9th 2009 We Are Change Ohio hosted a screening of the Obama Deception in Dayton Ohio at the Neon movie theater. Many fresh faces showed up to the event and we got several interviews of first time viewers of the film to get their take on it.

‘US strike killed 95 children in Afghanistan’
Afghan officials reveal that 95 children are among the civilians killed in a US-led strike that is surrounded with the controversy over use of white phosphorous.

Tillman’s parents want general’s record reviewed
The parents of slain Army Ranger and NFL star Pat Tillman voiced concerns Tuesday that the general who played a role in mischaracterizing his death could be put in charge of military operations in Afghanistan.

Police Encourage Citizens To Report People Who Drive Nice Cars
Police in the UK are encouraging citizens to report people who drive nice cars or buy expensive items to the authorities in a new campaign entitled, 'Too Much Bling? Give Us a Ring'.

Tamiflu Developer: Swine Flu May Have Been Released From A Lab
One of the first scientists to properly analyze the genetic makeup of the so-called swine flu virus that emerged three weeks ago in Mexico and led to fears of a global pandemic states that the virus may have escaped from a laboratory.

Carrie Prejean on Free Speech Firestorm: ‘This Should Not Happen in America’
“I exercised my freedom of speech. And I was punished for doing so.”

Unintended Consequences

Vatican plays down pope’s Hitler Youth past
Pope Benedict XVI celebrated mass outside of Jerusalem’s Old City on Tuesday after two days in Israel spent navigating the currents of the region’s conflicts and appealing for reconciliation.

The Bomb Iran Faction
There is clearly a faction of the power elite that is, and has for some years been pressing, for a U.S. military attack on Iran.

China arrests returned Tiananmen student leader
A former student leader of China’s 1989 pro-democracy movement has been arrested on fraud charges, his family said on Wednesday, weeks before the 20th anniversary of the June 4 crackdown on Tiananmen Square protests.

Turley: Cheney interview could be used against him in court
In an appearance Sunday on Face the Nation, former Vice President Dick Cheney repeated his call for the release of CIA memos that he says will prove the torture program was an “honorable approach” which saved American lives.

If you can’t trust a Cheerios box…
Those toasted Os may be crunchy. They may go great with milk. You could go so far as to say they’re part of a nutritious breakfast. But perhaps promoting them as a drug that can lower cholesterol is going too far.

Leaked OMB CO2 memo: “no demonstrated direct health effects”
All is not well in CO2 regulation land. You may have heard about a leaked memo from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) that questions the EPA findings on CO2 being a “threat to human health”.

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Cheney to Mainstream Media: Terrorists Blew Up WTC
Former Vice President Dick Cheney and former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld each have made curious 9-11 statements on camera that are well worth pondering.

Sweden rules ‘gender-based’ abortion legal
Swedish health authorities have ruled that gender-based abortion is not illegal according to current law and can not therefore be stopped, according to a report by Sveriges Television.

Ventura: Powell’s a ‘war hero,’ while Cheney ‘ran and hid’
Former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura laid into Dick Cheney on CNN Monday night for, among other things, supporting waterboarding and maligning a “war hero” during an interview on Sunday.

Russia may face wars over energy
Russia may face wars on its borders in the near future over control of energy resources, a Kremlin document on security policy said on Wednesday.

US looking to boost military funding for ‘right war’

U.S. Foreclosure Filings Hit Record for Second Straight Month
Foreclosure filings in the U.S. rose to a record for the second consecutive month in April as banks increased efforts to seize homes from delinquent borrowers.

Is Anyone Minding the Store at the Federal Reserve?
Baker: If the Stress Tests are Accurate and the Banks Are Solvent, then Get the Bankers’ Hands Out of Our Pockets
“Happy Talk” Can NOT Improve the Economy
Sucker’s Rally, Not Green Shoots

Did newly announced top Afghan general run Cheney’s assassination wing?
It was reported on Tuesday that Lieutenant General Stanley McChrystal will be taking over command of US forces in Afghanistan, pending Senate approval.

Israel arrests journalist critical of Gaza war
Israeli police have arrested a journalist upon her arrival from the Gaza Strip over charges of entry into and residence in an “enemy state”.

US elected to UN Human Rights Council, after years of Bush neglect
The United States Tuesday was elected, along with China, Cuba and Saudi Arabia, to the UN Human Rights Council, a body shunned by the previous U.S. administration for harboring notorious rights violators.

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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