Tuesday, May 25, 2010 20:50
CIA Officials Admit To Faking Bin Laden Video
Two former CIA officials have admitted to creating a fake video in which
intelligence officers dressed up as Osama Bin Laden and his cronies
in an effort to defame the terrorist leader.
Mexico Tourist Ad Invokes Hunting Arizonans
An Arizona sheriff is calling on Mexican officials to apologize for
a “threatening” advertisement that depicts a camouflage-clad
man looking through binoculars with the words: “In Sonora we are
looking for people from Arizona.”
Approval Falls to New Low: 42%
Overall, 42% of voters say they at least somewhat approve of the president’s
performance. That is the lowest level of approval yet measured for this
Pay Plummets, Government Handouts Soar
Paychecks from private business shrank to their smallest share of personal
income in U.S. history during the first quarter of this year, a USA
TODAY analysis of government data finds.
War Between Koreas: Brought To You By The U.S. Government
Kim Jong-Il has put North Korean troops on combat alert and threatened
military action if the South trespasses in its waters as global stock
markets freak out at the prospect of a war which, if it occurs, can
be blamed on the U.S. government's history of arming the Stalinist dictator
with nuclear weapons.
plans naval exercises with South Korea:Pentagon 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
Postal Service Expands Construction Of Secret Rooms We have received documents from a military
source indicating that U.S. Postal Service facilities across the
country are expanding the construction of secretive criminal investigation
rooms, which some fear will be used to detain American citizens
in the event of a national emergency, bioterror attack or pandemic.
Blank Checks to the Military Industrial Complex
Congress, with its insatiable appetite for spending, is set to pass
yet another “supplemental” appropriations bill in the
next two weeks. So-called supplemental bills allow Congress to spend
beyond even the 13 annual appropriations bills that fund the federal
In Man-Made Climate Change Collapses In Britain & Germany
Last month hundreds of environmental activists crammed into an auditorium
here to ponder an anguished question: If the scientific consensus
on climate change has not changed, why have so many people turned
away from the idea that human activity is warming the planet?