Friday, May 7, 2010 19:49
TSA Incident Proves
Authorities Are Engaged In Monumental Body Scanner Cover-Up The monumental public relations cover-up being run by the TSA
and other airport security authorities worldwide in claiming that the
naked body scanners do not show crisp images of genitalia has once again
been exposed with the story of a TSA worker in Miami who attacked a
colleague who had made fun of his small penis after he passed through
a scanner device.
Chances of New World War Exist
As Russia celebrates Victory Day over Nazi Germany, the Russian President
gives his views on that historic conflict to the correspondent of the
Russian newspaper “Izvestia”.
to shut off highway speed cameras
The state’s Department of Public Safety sent a letter to the cameras’
operating company this week, stating that its 2-year contract would
not be renewed. The agreement ends July 15, and the cameras will be
turned off the next day.
Is Collapsing Like Tower Of Babel Monument Securities Chief Economist Stephen
Lewis says the chaos in Greece could lead to collapse of the European
Union, bringing down with it the dangerous assumption that structures
of global governance provide stability in times of financial peril,
but the World Bank and IMF vultures will be waiting as ever to feed
on the remains of a dying country.
promotes far-fetched ‘bin Laden in Iran’ report
According to a new documentary, Osama bin Laden has been living in Iran’s
capital of Tehran with his family since 2003, enjoying the protection
of the Revolutionary Guard and regularly taking part in the elite sport
of falcon hunting.
Wins Most U.K. Seats as Brown Fights to Stay
Conservative challenger David Cameron won the most seats in the British
election, while falling short of a majority guaranteeing the ouster
of Prime Minister Gordon Brown. Gilts and the pound fell on the indecisive
Williams Blames Shock Stock Plunge On Greece Chaos NBC television anchor and managing editor Brian Williams
was more candid than ever before during an appearance on The David
Letterman Show last night, warning that the implications of yesterday’s
shock stock market collapse make him hesitate leaving the house.
“Real” Unemployment Rate Jumps To 17.1%
The BLS’s U-6 number, which is sometimes called the “real”
unemployment rate, because it takes into discouraged workers who
aren’t looking for work ticked up in April from 16.9% to 17.1%.
Protesters Arrested in Los Angeles
More than a dozen people were arrested today when demonstrators
gathered at the Federal Detention Center in downtown Los Angeles
to protest Arizona’s new immigration law and call for amnesty
for everyone in the country illegally.
Military: Crash Site Video Authentic
During a recent press conference the Military Prosecutor’s
Office informed of new findings in the investigation into the presidential
plane crash. It turns out that the amateur video of the crash site
is authentic, and onboard the aircraft there could be up to five
Liberal Assault on the Poor
Liberals say that they love the poor, needy, and disadvantaged.
Unfortunately, however, the economic philosophy that liberals favor
constitutes a direct assault on the economic well-being of the poor,
along with nearly everyone else in society.