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Oil Companies Support Global Warming Alarmists, Not Skeptics
A common charge leveled against global warming skeptics is that they are on the payroll of transnational oil companies, when in fact the opposite is true, oil companies are amongst the biggest promoters of climate change propaganda, emphasized recently by Exxon Mobil's call for a global carbon tax.

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‘V’ review: Resistance is (mostly) futile
The remake of “V” that lands amid heavy promotion by ABC on Tuesday gets a lot of things right. It sets up its story quickly, draws at least a few of its characters in more than one dimension and looks very good.

Czech President Klaus Signs Lisbon Treaty
Czech President Vaclav Klaus signed the European Union’s Lisbon Treaty Tuesday, bringing into force the EU’s plan to overhaul its institutions and win a greater role on the world stage.

NSA to store yottabytes of surveillance data in Utah megarepository (update: not so much)
The NSA is constructing a datacenter in the Utah desert that they project will be storing yottabytes of surveillance data. And what is a yottabyte? I’m glad you asked.

USS New York: ship made of World Trade Center steel docks in New York
The USS New York, a battleship built with steel from the World Trade Center, has heralded its arrival at the site of the 2001 terrorist attack with a 21-gun salute.

Gore compares global warming skeptics to moon landing deniers
Speaking to CBS News host Katie Couric, former Vice President Al Gore panned climate change skeptics, comparing them to people who believe the world is flat, or those who doubt that NASA’s Apollo mission actually landed on the moon.

EU urges use of black-boxes for motorists
The European Commission is looking in to the efficacy of fitting black-box recorders into motorists’ cars.

Psychic computer that can read people’s minds developed
Criminals beware – a team of international scientists have developed a “psychic computer” which reportedly can read people’s minds and reproduce images of what they are seeing or even remembering by scanning their brain activity.

Al Gore Set To Become First "Carbon Billionaire"
The New York Times has lifted the lid on how Al Gore stands to benefit to the tune of billions of dollars if the carbon tax proposals he is pushing come to fruition in the United States, while documenting how he has already lined his pockets on the back of exaggerated fearmongering about global warming.

Ex-diplomat says Afghanistan in ‘civil war,’ calls for US withdrawal
When former U.S. diplomat to Afghanistan Matthew Hoh resigned on Sept. 10, 2009, he did so in a very public manner.

“Rendition is the CIA term for illegal kidnapping”
Following fresh speculation that the CIA is still running secret prisons, author and journalist Webster Tarpley shares some details on “rendition” activity in Ireland, Romania, Germany, Egypt and now the UK.

North Korea heralds ‘remarkable achievements’ in nuclear program
North Korea said on Tuesday it had finished the reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel rods and claimed “remarkable achievements” in weaponizing plutonium extracted from them.

Soldiers Nearly Killed with Military’s Bioterrorism Vaccine
Approximately 200 soldiers have suffered from serious and even life-threatening complications from the government-mandated smallpox vaccine, and one has even died.

Team of Scientists’ Open Letter To U.S. Senators: ‘Claim of consensus is fake’
The following letter signed by five physicists was sent to all 100 U.S. Senator’s on October 29, 2009.

CFR Recording Suggests Creating False Scarcity To Drive Up Demand For H1N1 Vaccine
A recording of a recent Council On Foreign Relations symposium reveals attendees discussing ways and means of getting the public to take the H1N1 flu vaccine in spite of the mass resistance that has arisen due to questions over it’s safety.

Health insurance mandate alarms some
Critics say it may be unconstitutional to charge a penalty for not buying a product. Supporters compare the mandate to car insurance requirements.

US gold hits record high $1,081.70/oz on IMF sale
U.S. gold futures scaled an all-time high $1,081.70 an ounce on Tuesday, surpassing the previous record set Oct. 14, boosted by technical buying and news of a gold sale by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to India.

Currency crisis on way, says investor
Mortgage Crisis Shows that Government Regulation Doesn’t Work

Rival: Ukrainian PM using flue scare for politics
The government overreacted to an outbreak of the swine flu in Ukraine to give competitive advantage to Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko at the next presidential election, a Tymoshenko rival charged Monday.

Twenty reasons why vitamin D is better than a swine flu vaccine
The news is out: Vitamin D is better than the swine flu vaccine at halting H1N1 infections. In fact, without vitamin D, chances are that a vaccine won’t generate much of an immune response in the first place.

Government Statistics and Lies
There has been a lot of talk in Washington recently about senior citizens, mostly about how various healthcare reform models would help or hurt them.

Study: In US, 90 percent of black children will be fed by food stamps
Nearly half of all US children, including an overwhelming majority of black children, will eat meals at some point during their childhood paid for by food stamps, an indicator of poverty, a study showed Monday.

Libertarian 9/11 truth leader Jim Duensing shot in the back by cops…
Jim Duensing, 2008 Congressional candidate and founder of the Libertarian 9/11 truth caucus Libertarians for Justice, is in critical condition after being repeatedly shot in the back and arm by a Las Vegas cop.

Autism Spikes, Toxins Suspected
As the national focus on the H1N1 pandemic rages, additional evidence of a more insidious epidemic has emerged, with an all-too-expected shrug from the mainstream media.

Feds See Every Emergency as an Opportunity
It’s a delight to be back in Buenos Aires. It’s springtime. The sun is shining. The birds are singing in the trees. What more can you ask for?

RBS, Lloyds Get $51 Billion in Second Bank Bailout
India, China, Russia and Some EU Central Banks Buying Gold

Planned Parenthood Leader Resigns After Watching Ultrasound of Abortion Procedure
“I just thought I can’t do this anymore, and it was just like a flash that hit me and I thought that’s it.”

New Zealand: “You are no longer innocent till you’re proven guilty.” Police Minister responds: “It’s fantastic, isn’t it?”
So it goes…

Web could run out of addresses next year, warn web experts
Businesses urgently need to upgrade to IPv6, a new version of the internet’s addressing protocol that will hugely increase the number of available addresses.

Another Phony Bin Laden Tape

Holdren's Eugenicist Nightmare

CIA Involvement In Iran 

Nazi Roots Of The European Union

North Korea Nuclear Circus

Police State UK

Neo-Con Attack On Jesse Ventura


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