Monday, May 24, 2010 19:13
Government Imposed Segregation Laws, Not 2-Year-Old Rand Paul In an interview with Alan Colmes, Ron Paul points out that it
was the government who enforced segregation laws, not his son Rand Paul,
who is being branded a racist by the attack dog media for simply re-affirming
the fact that even unpopular aspects of the First Amendment must be
protected for it to stand for anything.
Parliamentary Lobbying Video: “Give Our One World A Chance”
This leaked parliamentary lobbying video for private corporation Blackwell
and Briggs essentially urges the government to concentrate advanced
technology that can be used for surveillance into corporate hands, enabling
the elimination of what it decribes as “subversive” groups
that pose a threat to the “one world” order.
Many Sunscreens May Be Accelerating Cancer Almost half of the 500 most popular sunscreen
products may actually increase the speed at which malignant cells develop
and spread skin cancer because they contain vitamin A or its derivatives,
according to an evaluation of those products released today.
change concern declines in poll
Popular concern about climate change has declined significantly, following
this year’s harsh winter and rows over statistics on global warming,
a survey has found.
Katrina’ One Month On: Still Spilling A month on and the BP off-shore rig spill is still flowing into
the Gulf of Mexico. Rust colored oil has washed into marshlands and
the Mississippi river, endangering wildlife and nature reserves on the
Bank Intervention Is Now Self-Defeating
While Erik Nielsen is free to provide Goldman clients with a comfortably
tabulated and bullish list of last week’s events from the UK countryside,
a realistic appraisal of the key events over the past 168 hours really
boils down to one thing – central bank intervention.
false move in Europe could set off global chain reaction If the trouble starts — and it remains
an “if” — the trigger may well be obscure to the
concerns of most Americans: a missed budget projection by the Spanish
government, the failure of Greece to hit a deficit-reduction target,
a drop in Ireland’s economic output.
Schemers Converge on Spain
As the super-secret Trilateral Commission (TC) was meeting behind
locked and guarded doors at the luxurious Four Seasons resort hotel
in Dublin, Ireland May 8, participants were upset to learn that
awareness of their evildoings was surging in the United States.
The pudgy-faced opportunist reveals his true self. Taken from Armando
Iannucci’s Time Trumpet (2006).
of Association lost on Paul critics
Watching the liberal media claw at Rand Paul like a pack of rabid
hyenas has been particularly frustrating, considering Paul could
so easily turn the the fight around on them.