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Geithner Savaged On Unemployment During Fiery Capitol Hill Hearing
Congressman Michael Burgess scalded Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner during a fiery hearing on Capitol Hill this morning, telling the former New York Fed chief that he should never have been hired and demanding that the TARP program come to an abrupt end, shortly after GOP Rep. Kevin Brady had called on Geithner to resign.

Geithner Sees “Economic Improvement” As Mortgage Delinquencies Hit All Time High
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Healthy children below age of five to get swine flu jab
Healthy children aged under five are to be given the swine flu jab, the Government has confirmed.

My boy’s agonising death after virus vaccination

Americans Deserve a Transparent Fed
For nearly a century the Federal Reserve has operated in the shadows, away from the prying eyes of Congress, journalists and the American people.

Franco-German EU presidency pact revealed as leaders prepare to choose a candidate
France and Germany have joined forces to throw their weight behind Belgian Prime Minister Herman Van Rompuy for Europe’s first president.

Senate bill includes the Botox tax
The bill levies a 5 percent tax on elective cosmetic surgery. The provision raises $5 billion and was needed to make the numbers work, according to a Democratic Senate aide.

With Hurricanes At Thirty Year Low, Gore Turns To Photoshop
With the increasingly discredited notion of man-made global warming crashing and burning on a daily basis, climate alarmists are being forced to accelerate their fearmongering to unprecedented levels. With the evidence failing to match up to the doomsday proclamations, Al Gore has turned to photoshop in order to make a CO2-choked earth look scary enough to sell his cap and trade scam.


Obama renews threats against Iran
US President Barack Obama says the door is still open for Iran to accept the IAEA-backed proposal on a nuclear fuel deal but warned of “consequences” if Tehran does not change its mind.

Top US officer: We have until May to reconsider Iraq drawdown plan
The top US military officer in Iraq warned on Wednesday of attacks in the run-up to an expected January general election and said he would ask Washington to alter troop drawdown plans if necessary.

Is $6,300 fair value for gold?
The last parabolic spike in gold took off when central banks joined the fray in the 1970s, hoarding bullion with the same enthusiasm as gold bugs.


6 Congress Members Demand Complete Audit of Fed in Light of AIG Counterparty Fiasco
Is Goldman Sachs About To Drag Down The Federal Reserve?
Fire Geithner and Summers, prominent Democrat says

Inhofe declares victory in speech on global warming
U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe, perhaps Congress’ most vocal skeptic of man-made global warming, essentially declared victory Wednesday in a lengthy speech on the Senate floor.


NSA Is Giving Microsoft Some Help On Windows 7 Security
The National Security Agency has been working with Microsoft Corp. to help improve security measures for its new Windows 7 operating system, a senior NSA official said on Tuesday.

FDA openly allows criminally-convicted doctors, researchers to keep working on pharmaceuticals and clinical trials
The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently released a report indicting the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for allowing health professionals convicted of crimes to perform research for the agency and to supervise patients’ safety during clinical trials.

Large Hadron Collider ready to restart this weekend
The world’s largest atom smasher – a giant scientific instrument that was designed to recreate the big bang but was broken by a piece of bread dropped by a passing bird.

MSNBC's Matthews Injects Phony Race Talking Point Into His Program AGAIN
In what is fast becoming a regular feature on MSNBC programming, Hardball anchor Chris Matthews once again injected the issue of race into a segment last night with no context whatsoever.

House Committee to Vote on Fed Audits in Test of Bernanke Clout
The House Financial Services Committee will consider today how much to expand audits of the U.S. central bank in a test of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke’s clout among lawmakers.

Obama admits Guantanamo won’t close by Jan. deadline
President Obama directly acknowledged for the first time Wednesday that the prison facility at Guantanamo Bay will not close by the January deadline he set, but he said he hoped to still achieve that goal sometime next year.

White House aides: No Afghan decision before Thanksgiving
President Barack Obama will not announce his decision on sending more troops to Afghanistan before the Thanksgiving holiday, senior aides said on Thursday.

Société Générale tells clients how to prepare for potential ‘global collapse’
Société Générale has advised clients to be ready for a possible “global economic collapse” over the next two years, mapping a strategy of defensive investments to avoid wealth destruction.

Obama names Bush’s former spokeperson to Broadcast board
Hopefully, the United States won’t be broadcasting any programs about the Cuban missile crisis to foreign audiences.

Santa Wants Priority For H1N1 Vaccine
Santa wants to be first in line for the H1N1 vaccine.

NBC’s ObamaVision: ‘Law and Order’ — ‘This Is Why We Need Health-Care Reform’
NBC’s “Law and Order” is in its 20th season. The economy is weak, so they have devolved to converting White House talking points into weekly shows.

CNN Propaganda Segment on Oath Keepers Demonizes Fall of the Republic
In a CNN segment airing today, Jim Acosta assures us there are no FEMA detention camps and Obama will not take away the guns of law-abiding Americans.

CNN Poll: Majority of adult Americans don’t want H1N1 flu shot
An interest observation courtesy of Mint: of the 307,868,280 Americans out there, which compose 151,485,000 tax units, 46.9% will have zero federal income tax liability in 2009.

Calls rise for new global currency
Tensions over two of the world’s major currencies are escalating, playing out in economic and political circles as countries make a desperate push for crucial trade dollars.

Cap and Trade: A License Required for your Home
We encourage you to read the provisions of the Cap and Trade Bill that has passed the House of Representatives and being considered by the Senate. We are ready to join the next march on Washington!

CIA Secret ‘Torture’ Prison Found at Fancy Horseback Riding Academy
The CIA built one of its secret European prisons inside an exclusive riding academy outside Vilnius, Lithuania, a current Lithuanian government official and a former U.S. intelligence official told ABC News this week.

Senate bill weighs in at 2,074 pages
In the Battle of the Health Bills, the Senate wins out, bulk-wise – weighing in at 2,074 pages.


Online fight against Obama – thousands join
An online game oriented against Obama’s administration has become a handy tool for opponents of the US president.


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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