Monday, May 23, 2011 18:09 BST Disney
Star Wars Ride Gets Its Own TSA Checkpoint
A Star Wars ride at Disneyworld in Orlando has been equipped with a
TSA style checkpoint complete with naked body scanners and authoritarian
drone strike kills 7 in Pakistan
A Non-UN-sanctioned US drone attack has killed at least seven people
and wounded several others in Pakistan’s northwestern tribal region,
vows pressure on Iran’s nuclear plans
President Barack Obama vowed Sunday to “keep up pressure”
on Tehran to prevent the Islamic republic from obtaining nuclear weapons,
as he condemned its support for extremists in the region.
Trump Conspired With Obama To Neutralize Birther Controversy
As he prepares to release shocking new evidence and name the people
who he claims were behind the forgery of Barack Obama's long form birth
certificate, author Jerome Corsi sensationally accused short-lived Republican
presidential candidate Donald Trump of "working with Obama"
to neutralize the birther controversy.
Activists Vow to Arrest George W. Bush in October
WeAreChangeVancouver has just released new video of Surrey BC Mayor
Diane Watts’s Office being notified by Peace Activists of her
impending complicity in harboring/inviting a credibly accused and self
admitted torturer and war criminal to Surrey BC this October.
Rules of Disinformation
This handy set of rules covers most of the games which disinformation
artists play on the Internet (and offline). When you know the tricks,
you’ll be able to spot the games. Even if you’ve read this
list before, you might be surprised at how useful it is to brush up
on these tricks.
Revolution of Conscience
Michael Tsarion, an author and teacher, asks if a person’s compliant
acceptance of the judgements and pronouncements made by top political
and religious leaders is connected to their own lack of an authentic
‘Has Two More Love Children’
THE fall from grace of Arnold Schwarzenegger took another plunge yesterday
as actress Jane Seymour claimed the actor-turned-politician has at least
two more illegitimate children.
Arks & bunkers back in demand
After the Fukushima crisis, there have been calls to test nuclear power
plants against earthquakes and floods. Recent disasters across the world
have raised safety concerns and Russian inventors could soon be cashing
in on those fears.
fines family four million dollars for selling bunny rabbits
When the Dollarhite family of Nixa, Mo., first started raising and selling
bunnies as part of a lesson to teach their teenage son about responsibility
and hard work, they had no idea they would eventually meet the heavy
hand of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA).
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College Conspiracy is the most comprehensive documentary ever produced
about higher education in the U.S. The film exposes the facts and
truth about America’s college education system. College Conspiracy
is just one of numerous videos that Prison Planet.tv members will
receive access to this week as we announce a bumper rollout of exclusive
new multimedia titles.
denies ordering TEPCO to stop seawater injection at reactor
Prime Minister Naoto Kan on Monday denied having instructed Tokyo
Electric Power Co to stop injecting seawater into the troubled No.
1 reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, brushing
aside criticism that an alleged suspension order from him may have
worsened the situation.
Paul pushes Libya resolution, decries ‘do-nothing’ Senate In a contentious interview with CNN’s
Anderson Cooper, freshman Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) expressed
frustrationat the slow pace of the U.S. Senate, saying that given
how little the deliberative body actually accomplishes, he feels
sometimes, “like I should return my check”.
battle rages on at Pakistan naval base
A gun battle between security forces and Taliban militants raged
on Monday morning inside a naval base in Pakistan — more than
10 hours after attackers with guns and grenades stormed the compound
in the coastal city of Karachi.
Agrees to Operate a Key Port, Pakistan Says
Pakistan’s defense minister said China has agreed to take
over operation of the strategically positioned but underused port
of Gwadar, and that Islamabad would like the Chinese to build a
base there for the Pakistani navy.
Former IMF chief sought company of two hotel receptionists
Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn sought the company of two
female hotel staffers after he checked into Manhattan’s Sofitel
Hotel one day before his alleged sexual assault on a maid May 14,
according to a law enforcement source with knowledge of the investigation.
Truth About Greenhouse Gases
I want to discuss a contemporary moral epidemic: the notion that
increasing atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases, notably
carbon dioxide, will have disastrous consequences for mankind and
for the planet.