Last Updated: Friday, May 27, 2011 17:43 BST
Obama’s Promise to Veto ‘Worldwide War’ Bill Rings Hollow
Given the fact that the Obama administration is now involved in more conflicts and has more troops deployed than at any time during the Bush administration, how confident should we be that a government promise to veto the alarming worldwide war provision contained in the National Defense Authorization Act will be kept?


Obama Signs PATRIOT Act Extension

Celente predicts gold standard won’t save US economy
Sometimes controversial trends analyzer Gerald Celente is forecasting that a return to the gold standard will not be enough to save the US economy from collapsing.

GERALD CELENTE: The Spanish Are Picking Up Where The Egyptians Left Off, And By Winter The Revolution Will Be Global

More than 7,000 slotted for Iraq this summer
More than 7,170 soldiers will deploy to Iraq beginning in mid-summer — despite a security agreement that requires U.S. forces to depart the country by Dec. 31.

Oath Keepers Rally to Honor Jose Guerena and Oppose SWAT Searches
Oath Keepers will muster at Tucson, Arizona, on Memorial Day, May 30, 2011.

POLICE STATE: New LAPD Cruisers Equipped With Infrared Cameras, License Plate Scanners…
The Caprice, which replaces the long-used Ford Crown Victoria, is equipped with an infrared night vision camera, automated license plate scanner, and a touch-screen center console that replaces the older computers traditionally used by officers.

Red Cross and the Vatican ‘helped thousands of Nazis escape’
A new book has revealed how the Red Cross and the Vatican helped thousands of Nazis including men like Adolf Eichmann and Josef Mengele to escape justice after the war.


Moon may have more water than believed: study
The moon may have a lot more water than imagined, perhaps as much as on Earth in some parts, a study said Thursday, in a discovery that has cast doubt on long-held theories about how it was formed.

TSA Thug Grabs Crotch of Injured Vet
Two injured US military veterans traveling to a ceremony to honor the lives of fallen friends who gave their lives to protect the rights enshrined in the Constitution were harassed by TSA thugs, with one of them having his crotch grabbed, according to David Bellow, an Army National Guardsman and a State Republican Executive Committeeman.

Top 10 things the TSA could do if its power is not sensibly limited

U.S. to propose mandatory vehicle ‘black boxes’
The U.S. Transportation Department said today it will propose making vehicle “black boxes” mandatory in all vehicles by the end of the year.

U.S. regulator saw serious Fukushima fuel damage soon after disaster
A senior official of the U.S. nuclear regulatory agency said Thursday he had believed there was a “strong likelihood” of serious core damage and core melt in reactors at the Fukushima nuclear plant in the days after the March disaster in Japan.

‘US Army may be liable for Diana death’

The US military may have played a role in the 1997 death of Princess Diana as she was campaigning for a worldwide ban on landmines, says the author of The Murder of Princess Diana.

Super Typhoon Songda Projected To Pass Over Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant
So far the only good news to accompany the Fukushima catastrophe has been that for all the fallout, the radiation has been mostly contained due to Northwesterly winds which have been blowing any radioactivity mostly out and into the Pacific.

U.S. dollar could ‘collapse’: UN
The United Nations warned on Wednesday of a possible crisis of confidence in, and even a “collapse” of, the U.S. dollar if its value against other currencies continued to decline.

China Gold Imports to Surge: Report

The Shocking DRINK And Incredible History Of COKE Subliminal Advertising
Looking for a new way to publicize your product? Have you considered implanting suggestions in your current advertising that link your product to sex and power?

Amid health fears, Diet Coke sweetener in safety spotlight

Eighth Grader Executed for Scaring a Cop
Between March 2006 and November 2010, Officer Daniel Alvarado of San Antonio’s Northside Independent School District Police was suspended four times.

Extreme Paranoia
Have you noticed that our entire society operates on fear now? Everyone is afraid of everybody else. We are taught not to trust anyone that we do not know and that we should literally spy on our neighbors because they might be a threat.

TEPCO now admits that three Fukushima reactors have melted, large holes present in containment vessels
The Tokyo Electric Power Company’s (TEPCO) house of cards is toppling, as it has now been revealed that three reactors at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power facility all melted shortly after the devastating earthquake and tsunami hit them on March 11.

Utah To Follow Texas Lead In TSA Grope-down Revolt
Utah looks likely to be the next state to follow the example set by Texas in attempting to make TSA grope downs a felony.

Graphic Video Of Police Brutality On Protesters In Spain
Police in Barcelona have attacked protesters that have been camped out since May 15 in the city’s Plaza Catalunya.


Alex Jones talks Texas secession
Talk of Texas seceding from the US has always existed, and radio host Alex Jones, speaking from Austin, says the sentiment is very strong as of late. The Lonestar State can pull out from the Union whenever it likes, he says, and he argues that the oil-rich state would be much better off if it broke off from the USA.

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Destroying Freedom, Truth And Justice With The Power of Words
We should all reflect on the words we say, write, and think because words are powerful. Words are a bigger threat to freedom, justice, and truth than bullets because authoritarian governments can use words to enslave millions of minds and turn people into obedient machines without a will and without any understanding of their actions beyond the lies that their leaders tell them.

Are Our Leaders Really Incompetent … Or Just Pretending?
People want to assume that when someone in power messes up – especially someone who appears incompetent – it was just a mistake.

CIA to search bin Laden compound
Pakistan has agreed to allow the CIA to send a forensics team to examine the compound where Osama bin Laden was killed, giving the agency permission to use sophisticated equipment in a search for al-Qaeda materials that may have been hidden inside walls or buried at the site, U.S. officials said.

Second Biggest Weekly Drop Ever In Treasurys Held In The Fed’s Custodial Account As Foreigners Dump
There was one truly interesting observation in this week’s Fed balance sheet update: not that the actual balance sheet hit a new all time record (which it did at $2.779 trillion), or that the Fed added another $24 billion in Treasurys to its balance sheet, or that total reserves hit a new all time record, increasing by $53 billion to $1.59 trillion.

US lawmakers pass $690 billion Pentagon bill
The US House of Representatives passed a $690 billion Pentagon budget Thursday that bars American ground forces in Libya and limits the Obama administration’s powers on handling Guantanamo detainees.

Government Cannot Be Trusted To Police Itself
So many of the words and warnings delivered by America’s Founding Fathers are appropriate for today.

Ron Paul House Floor Speech: Republic Almost Completely Dead
Senator Rand Paul slams GOP for blocking efforts to amend PATRIOT Act
Machine to Sign Patriot Act Extension Into Law


Borderline Case: Some Real News Beyond the “Reset” Rhetoric
In the last few days, Barack Obama has delivered two “major,” “landmark,” even “historic” speeches, which apparently have “reset” American policy in the Middle East.

Why Are There So Many Natural Disasters In 2011?
So far in 2011, we have seen a record number of tornadoes, unprecedented flooding, rampant earthquakes, disturbing volcanic eruptions and a tsunami in Japan that none of us will ever forget. So why are there so many natural disasters in 2011?

Castrated US Corporate Media Attacks Russia Today for Daring to Report Real News
The New York Times, NPR and broadcasters across the country are attacking RT for embracing a not-so-mainstream approach to broadcasting the news. Lauren Lyster fires back at allegations about the legitimacy of RT and their guests.

Crybaby Liberal Pundit Rips Off Mic, Storms Off Fox News Set
Simon Rosenberg, President of liberal think-tank NDN gets frustrated during a debate over Medicare reform. What does he do? He takes his ball and goes home.

Video: DC Liberals Sign Petition to Ban Conservative Websites

After hearing news the other day that the Obama administration had appointed a new position to monitor and push back against negative online press we thought some liberals in DC might think it wasn’t enough.

Establishment Tea Party Diva Palin Announces East Coast Tour
The Washington Post is reporting that former Alaskan governor and former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin will embark on a whirlwind tour of the East Coast. The announcement has raised speculation that she will soon enter the political fray for the presidency.


Damn You, Global Warming!
Despite warnings to the contrary, and waning public support, the all purpose boogieman climate change is once again getting credit for the recent spate of natural disasters in the US.

 

 

 

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