Thursday, November 5, 2010 18:51 Goldman:
Real Cost Of Fed “Easing” Will Exceed $2 Trillion Goldman Sachs anticipates that the real cost
of the second round of quantitative easing will be in excess of $2 trillion
and will continue well into 2012, while other prominent economists have
denounced the Fed’s actions.
Republican House Promises Investigation Of Global Warming Fraud One of the first tasks of the new Republican-controlled
House of Congress will be to launch a full investigation into the man-made
global warming fraud, as the climate change con that threatens to tax
and regulate the American middle class out of existence is exposed to
what could prove terminal scrutiny.
Demonization Of The Tea Party Movement
Once upon a time, news anchors at least attempted to conduct themselves
in a professional manner. But on election night 2010, quite a few of
the anchors on the various news networks threw all standards of professionalism
right out the window and did everything they could to demonize the Tea
of Things” is on the way
In case many of you have been doing more important things than paying
attention to the latest techno-apocalypitc developments, such as growing
your own food, or stocking up on supplies, you may not have heard of
the “Internet of Things.”
unveil moving 3D holograms
More than 30 years after the famous Star Wars movie scene in which a
hologram of Princess Leia appealed for help from Obi-Wan Kenobi, US
researchers have unveiled holographic technology to transmit and view
moving three-dimensional images.
Is Right In my last column, Who Has The Crystal Ball,
I questioned the existence of “the liberal media,” and
I remarked that it would be interesting to know the manufacturer
of the full body scanners and the company’s relationship to
the US and Israeli governments.
warships sent from US for Obama visit The White House will, of course, stay in
Washington but the heart of the famous building will move to India
when President Barack Obama lands in Mumbai on Saturday.
advocates fear massive fed health database
Several privacy groups have raised alarms over plans by the U.S.
Office of Personnel Management (OPM) to build a database that would
contain information about the healthcare claims of millions of Americans.
ready for war in cyberspace
The military’s new Cyber Command, responsible for shielding
15,000 military computer networks from intruders, has become fully
operational, the Defense Department said on Wednesday.
After Tuesday’s historic elections, the U.S. House has returned
to Republican hands, and the Senate has tightened to a point where,
although Harry Reid lives to legislate another day as Majority Leader,
the Democrats no longer have enough members to firmly dictate the
of Debt As The Basis For Growth The UK, Europe, the US and Canada are different
degrees of welfare states. By way of regulation, government controls
via taxation. The states and their inhabitants send taxes to Washington,
which takes its cut and sends funds back to the states with strings
Impotence of Elections In his historical novel, The Leopard, Giuseppe di Lampedusa
writes that things have to change in order to remain the same. That
is what happened in the US congressional elections on November 2.
still loaded with chemicals, but FDA says seafood safe to eat Not even six months after the first reports about the massive
BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico made headlines, the U.S. Food
and Drug Administration (FDA) joined together with the National
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to announce that virtually
all Gulf seafood is now safe to eat.