Tuesday, November 3, 2009 18:44
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.