Wednesday, May 12, 2010 12:55
Grayson: "We Beat The Fed" While many are expressing disappointment and
even despair that the Senate voted down Ron Paul's audit the Fed bill
while passing a weakened version, Congressman Alan Grayson is confident
that the stronger provisions of the original House amendment can be
added in Committee, ensuring the Federal Reserve doesn't get off the
hook, as Congressman Paul has warned.
Cameron “Conservatism” Is Fake and Will Hurt Britain
Telegraph columnist James Delingpole tells Fox News that the new brand
of “conservatism” heralded by the arrival of David Cameron
as Prime Minister is nothing like the real thing and will only hurt
Britain as Cameron rams through the suicidal “green” agenda
he shares with the liberals.
vaccine sends children into convulsions Influenza vaccines have sent 57 children into
life-threatening convulsions, reports The Age out of Australia. These
influenza vaccines were being give to children under five to “protect”
them from seasonal flu, but after receiving the shots, these children
started going into convulsions.
‘Disappear’ Free Speech If The Government Deems It Offensive President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan is
perfect in every way – perfect that is if you think the role of
the highest judicial body in the United States is to ban free speech,
indefinitely detain Americans without trial, resurrect command and control
socialism, while urinating on everything the Constitution stands for.
Greece Should Have Been Allowed To Default
Economist Peter Schiff explains why Greece should have been allowed
to default and not been bailed out, which will merely result in its
debt being socialized and the people of Europe suffering while the underlying
problem remains unchanged.
UK Government To Be Infested With Bankers No matter which parties eventually form
a coalition to govern in the UK following last week’s general
election, one thing is for certain – the House of Commons
will be infested with bankers.
Trillion Was Not Enough
The dizzy honeymoon created by the EU and IMF pledge yesterday to
throw a trillion dollars at eurozone debt has faded as predicted.
Investors realize the “fiscal tightening” — pensions
looted, social services slashed, standards of living sent into free
fall — will negatively impact growth in the euro zone and
result in central bankers cranking up interest rates in anticipation
of looming default.