Monday, May 31, 2010 19:18
IDF Troops Who Murdered Innocent People Are 'Brave Heroes' The government of Israel, aided by many
quarters of the international media, is attempting to spin today's deadly
IDF assault on a humanitarian aid ship carrying supplies to Gaza as
the fault of the murdered activists on board the vessel, ludicrously
characterizing machine-gun carrying Israeli troops who killed over a
dozen innocent people as the victims of the incident.
Paul Survives Smear Campaign To Maintain Healthy Lead Over Conway
A new national poll shows that Kentucky primary winner Rand Paul still
maintains a healthy lead over his Democratic opponent despite a savage
corporate media attack campaign that attempted to smear him as a racist,
proving that he has survived the contrived, coordinated and vicious
demonization plot that was enacted immediately after he defeated his
establishment neo-con adversary Trey Grayson.
Money And Schemes Collapsing Goldman Sachs will get a hand slap, the Greek Tragedy continues,
signs of growth not real, more market manipulation to report on, never
incremental news, a broken system of risk-free trade and return.
climate failure blamed on ‘Danish text’
Drip by drip, the full story is emerging of last December’s global
diplomatic debacle in Copenhagen, when instead of setting the world
on a new low carbon path and tackling climate change, 130 world leaders
ended up with a weak deal and no prospect of a binding agreement for
another 18 months.
Health Care and the Poor
One of the disastrous consequences of having adopted the welfare-state
way of life is what it has done to the concept of voluntary charity.
Let’s look at Medicare and Medicaid, socialist programs that go
to the heart of the economic problems facing our nation.
milestone: Cost of US wars ‘passes $1 trillion’
The cost of the United States’ wars in Afghanistan and Iraq
have cost taxpayers more than one trillion dollars, a Massachusetts
nonprofit said Sunday, marking a grim milestone on the eve of the
Memorial Day holiday.
warns on credit rating
France admitted on Sunday that keeping its top-notch credit rating
would be “a stretch” without some tough budget decisions,
following German hints that Berlin may resort to raising taxes to
help bring down its deficit.