Sunday, May 1, 2011 13:42 GMT Romney:
Blame Obama for Record Gas Prices
Sick and tired of high gas prices? It’s all Obama’s fault,
according to Mitt Romney, who pumped his own gas on Friday as the cameras
Regime change in Syria was a foregone conclusion as early as 1991. General
Wesley Clark in a 2007 speech in California relayed a 1991 conversation
between himself and then Under Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz.
Fine With Me: Liberties go up in smoke in NYC New Yorkers are finding out the hard way how
their city is raising it’s much-needed cash. They’re being
watched every step of the way and, if they put one foot out of line,
they get hit in the pocket. RT’s Marina Portnaya reports on how
revenue-raising fines, are seeing liberties go up in smoke.
folly of linking tornado outbreaks to “climate change”
Cn times of tragedy, there always seems to be hucksters about trying
to use that tragedy to sell a position, a product, or a belief. In ancient
times, tragedy was the impetus used to appease the gods and to embrace
religion to save yourselves.
a Little Radiation Is NOT Good For You Government scientists and media shills are
now “reexamining” old studies that show that radioactive
substances like plutonium cause cancer to argue that exposure to
low doses of radiation are good for us … a theory called “hormesis”.
Bubbles. Waning Currency Systems and Insolvent Financial Institutions We keep searching Congress for leadership
and all we see and hear is compromises and moneyed footsteps leading
back to their controllers on Wall Street and in banking. We find
few willing to stand up to the military industrial complex or the
moneyed powers that control our country. Spending restraint is very
difficult to find.
Markets & Socialism: An Alternative View
Why is medical care subsidized by insurance schemes and socialism?
The answer is quite obvious in that medical care requires highly
trained practitioners and state-of-the-art technology to provide
the absolute best care. Such trained practitioners and technology
is of limited supply, in great demand and thus incredibly expensive
to procure for the average person without financial assistance,
be it from insurance schemes or socialist handouts.