Friday, May 14, 2010 20:09
Council On Foreign Relations: EU Needs To Use Crisis For Greater Power Several more autocratic international voices have added their
weight behind proposals to vastly empower the EU with greater authority
to govern over nation states in Europe, in the wake of the sovereign
debt crisis. Meanwhile, one leading commentator has described the move
as “fiscal fascism”.
Tarpley: Karzai Visit a Charade
Webster Tarpley said that in the end the meetings were not productive
and they had little to no affect on any problems that the US and Afghanistan
have. As the US plans to push back its troop withdrawal from Iraq, what
will happen in Afghanistan now?
Climate Change No Longer A Priority Canada brushed aside a direct public demand
Wednesday by the visiting United Nations chief and reiterated that it
will not make climate change a priority agenda item when it hosts the
G20 summit next month.
Commission Wants War With Iran
Trilateral Commission member Mikhail Slobodovsici, a chief adviser to
the Russian leadership, unwittingly provided a revealing insight into
the plans of the global elite during the group's recent meeting in Dublin
Ireland, when he mistakenly told a We Are Change Ireland activist he
thought was a fellow TC member that the globalists are planning a war
Missouri Police Chief: "I Hate the Internet"
Columbia, Missouri Police Chief Ken Burton is apparently frustrated.
At another press conference yesterday, a reporter asked the chief what
he has learned from the international attention generated by the YouTube
video of his department's SWAT team conducting a drug raid last February.
Plunges As France Downgrade Rumor Emerges The country that Zero Hedge has long claimed
is the glossed over black sheep that will take down the core of
the eurozone is about to be downgraded. At least that’s the
case according to the latest flurry of market rumors.
To Destroy 10,000 Abandoned Homes
Mayor Dave Bing has pledged to knock down 10,000 structures in his
first term as part of a nascent plan to “right-size”
Detroit, or reconfigure the city to reflect its shrinking population.
read Arizona law he criticized
Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr., who has been critical of Arizona's
new immigration law, said Thursday he hasn't yet read the law and
is going by what he's read in newspapers or seen on television.
after CIA authorized to kill U.S. citizen
The Obama administration’s decision to authorize the killing
by the Central Intelligence Agency of a terrorism suspect who is
an American citizen has set off a debate over the legal and political
limits of drone missile strikes, a mainstay of the campaign against
planned nuclear attack on China in 1969
The Soviet Union was on the brink of launching a nuclear attack
against China in 1969 and only backed down after the US told Moscow
such a move would start World War Three, according to a Chinese
of American Citizenship and Assassinations
Imagine you are sitting home on a quiet Sunday afternoon in conversation
with your beloved spouse. Suddenly your husband slumps over, blood
draining from his head as a sniper's bullet shatters your living
City Council Votes Consider AZ Boycott
In an unanimous vote Thursday morning, Austin joined a growing number
of cities protesting the state of Arizona's new immigration law. Biometric cash
machine lands in Europe
Customers of BPS visiting one of its ATMs in Warsaw have the option
of placing their fingerprints on readers, instead inputting a four-digit
code, to authorise withdrawals or other transactions, following
the introduction of new technology this week.