Wednesday, November 18, 2009 19:30
The Undesirables: ADL Attempts To Pin A Yellow Star On Grass Roots America
The ADL has launched a new purge against its political enemies in the
form of a major report that equates skepticism and distrust of government
with “a toxic atmosphere of rage,” which is threatening
to boil over in the form of violence, specifically targeting Alex Jones
as "The Conspiracy King" and inferring that people upset with
Barack Obama's policies are potential mass murderers.
Too much debt could fuel double-dip recession
President Barack Obama gave his sternest warning yet about the need
to contain rising U.S. deficits, saying on Wednesday that if government
debt were to pile up too much, it could lead to a double-dip recession.
Wesley Clark calls for exit from Afghanistan
Retired Gen. Wesley Clark — the onetime Democratic candidate for
president — told Congress Tuesday in little-reported remarks that
the United States should begin planning for an exit from Afghanistan.
On a page by itself, we find this inside the front cover of Al Gore’s
latest climate fraud promotion book. “Ukraine
swine flu ‘burns’ lungs”– source
British scientists suspect that swine flu virus has mutated in Ukraine.
Some doctors say that flu in the country has shown unprecedented symptoms,
creating the effect of “burnt” lungs, the Daily Mail reports.
Wants China to Buy into Its Small Banks
Chinese and U.S. regulators are negotiating a pact aimed at encouraging
Chinese financial institutions to buy into small and medium-sized banks
in the United States, bankers briefed on the plan said on Tuesday.
Fought the Law. . . And I Won
We often forget that the power wielded by government exists only because
there are those willing to carry out its orders. The “Government”
is not an Artificial Intelligence that exists in a science fiction movie.
say most Britons reject swine flu vaccine
More than half of Britons being offered vaccination against pandemic
H1N1 flu are turning it down because they fear side-effects or think
the virus is too mild to bother, a survey of doctors showed on Wednesday.
prevent teen high school massacre
A 13-year-old French boy set out on Tuesday to mow down his teachers
with a shotgun but abandoned the plan when he arrived at the school
and found it surrounded by police, officials said.
Blackwater to blame for Pakistan attacks
The Pakistani arm of the Taliban has denied responsibility for a
recent series of terrorist attacks in Pakistan, instead pointing
the finger at Xe Services, the security contractor formerly known
as Blackwater, as well as the country’s own security services. Gold
hits record near $1,150/oz as dollar slips
Gold hit a fresh record high near $1,150 an ounce on Wednesday,
boosting precious metals across the board, as a dip in the dollar
index added to momentum buying as prices broke through key technical