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?
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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?
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.
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.