Sunday, May 9, 2010 15:11
Film ‘Machete’ evokes race war While some critics have praised this “message to Arizona”
as being “most eloquent” on the immigration issue, others
have become concerned about the message truly sent by a bloody and racially-charged
Demand Stalls Coalition Deal in Britain
Talks about forming a new government resumed Saturday amid concern that
continuing uncertainty would shake world financial markets when they
reopen Monday, but the prospects of a deal between the Conservatives
and Liberal Democrats by that deadline appeared slim.
Without Borders seems to have a geopolitical agenda An organization calling itself Reporters Without
Borders (RWB; French: Reporters sans frontières, or RSF) has
just named Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, China’s President
Hu Jintao, Iran’s Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Kazakhstan’s Nursultan
Nazarbayev and Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko to their list
of Forty Worst Predators of Press Freedom for 2010.
Cyber attack ‘could fell US within 15 minutes’
The US must prepare itself for a full-scale cyber attack which could
cause death and destruction across the country in less than 15 minutes,
the former anti-terrorism Tsar to Bill Clinton and George W Bush has
SWAT Drug Raids on the Rise
The Cato Institute has compiled information on botched SWAT thug
raids around the country and produced the map below. The map graphically
reveals how often militarized police mistakenly terrorize citizens
as the government pursues its totalitarian drug war.
missed chance to break nuclear deadlock: US
The Obama administration said Friday that Iran missed another opportunity
to break the deadlock with the world community over its nuclear
program during a surprise, high-profile UN dinner Thursday.
Border Intruders – 40 Days – One Trail
Watch illegals hike a well-traveled border trail in southern Arizona
via a hidden camera. The footage was taken February 2 – March
12, 2010, just two weeks before Arizona rancher Rob Krentz was murdered
on his ranch by an illegal immigrant.