Last Updated: Sunday, November 23, 2008 13:07 GMT
End The Fed Rally Draws Thousands Around the Country, Few Seem to Notice
You would think that a 39 city protest involving thousands of people might warrant a national wire story, maybe a mention on cable news, but no. Reporters don’t understand the issue and therefore they ignore it.

US protestors: End the Federal Reserve
APEC leaders agree to reform World Bank and IMF
Worst of financial crisis yet to come: IMF chief economist
Obama Vows Swift Action on Vast Economic Stimulus Plan
“The Austrians Were Right”
Soros: More Money Needed For U.S. Bailout
Well-Known Financial Analyst Says PPT Manipulates the S&P 500
General Motors to Invest $1 Billion in Brazil Operations — Money to Come from U.S. Rescue Program
Banking Regulator Played Advocate Over Enforcer
Obama Sets Expansive Goal for Jobs

‘War criminal Bush’ blamed for worldwide crises
PROTESTERS have demanded that US President George W Bush get out of Peru where he is attending an Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit, blaming him for the world economic crisis.

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Obama Picks New York Fed Chief to Lead Treasury
President-elect Barack Obama has selected New York Federal Reserve Bank President Timothy F. Geithner as Treasury secretary, handing the post to a primary architect of the Bush administration’s response to the financial crisis, according to Democratic and industry officials yesterday.

Clinton Is Said to Accept Offer of Secretary of State Position
The Third Clinton Administration
Obama May Consider Summers as Bernanke Successor
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Seeking $25 Billion, Big Three to Get a Second Chance on the Hill
In just 10 days, Detroit’s Big Three automakers hope to re-plead their case for a $25 billion emergency loan. But this time they will be expected to produce clearer business plans.

Paulson’s Cascade of Lies
Only drastic action now will save us, says Gordon Brown
Nationalisation threat to banks

The Bond Market Is Expecting a Corporate Default Rate CONSIDERABLY HIGHER than the Great Depression

Earth being bombarded by dark matter
Scientists think they may have discovered an elusive substance known as dark matter - which experts believe makes up 90 percent of the universe. It’s hoped it may hold the key to how and when the universe was formed.

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Clinton-Obama détente: From top rival to top aide
The thaw in the resentful relationship between the most powerful woman in the Democratic Party and her younger male rival began at the party’s convention this summer, when Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton gave such a passionate speech supporting Senator Barack Obama that his top aides leapt out of their chairs backstage to give her a standing ovation as she swept past.

Obama names Robert Gibbs as press secretary
Former Treasury Secretary to Lead Economic Council

Pakistan president says supports no-first-use nuclear policy
Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari said he was in favour of a no-first-use policy on nuclear weapons, a position already held by neighbouring India.

Iran would punish Israel partners in war
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Russia, U.S. agree to continue cooperation despite disagreements
The Russian and U.S. leaders have agreed to continue cooperation despite existing disagreements, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Sunday.

“World Wide Web Health Awards” Exposed as Having Ties to Pharmaceutical Industry
According to an article posted on the Consumer Reports WebWatch site, the “World Wide Web Health Awards” are administered by a company with major financial ties to the pharmaceutical industry.

Solana ‘worried’ by Iran’s lack of cooperation on nuclear issue
European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana said Friday he was “worried” by an international watchdog’s report that Iran is not cooperating with calls to stop its sensitive nuclear work.

British terror mastermind Rashid Rauf ‘killed in US missile strike’

£1,000 penalties for out-of-date ID details
People who fail to tell the authorities of a change of address or amend other key personal details within three months will face civil penalty fines of up to £1,000 a time when the national identity card scheme is up and running, according to draft Home Office regulations published yesterday.

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Planet Has Cooled Since Bush Took Office’ - Gore Admits ‘I’ve failed badly’
The bad news for global warming alarmists just keeps rolling in. Below is a very small sampling of very inconvenient developments for Gore, the United Nations, and the mainstream media.

Global warming will help Russian economy – US intelligence
Global climate change is supposed to contribute to Russian economy, according to Michael McConnell, director of US national intelligence. The US National Security Council has published a 100-page report titled ‘Global Trends 2025: A Transformed World’ that takes a long-term view of the future.




Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The Gold Rush & The Economy


Paul Joseph Watson: Internet Censorship a Growing Cancer



Steve Watson: British Kids Encouraged To Become "Climate Cops"



Steve Watson: Terror Stopped For Putting My Hand in My Pocket



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