Tuesday, November 9, 2010 13:05 World
Awakens To Criminal Banking Cartel A global backlash has emerged against the Federal Reserve’s
blatant policy of devaluing the dollar by printing $600 billion out
of thin air, a move that analysts, economists, foreign ministers and
even the Fed’s own employees charge will only serve to stall economic
recovery and initiate trade and currency wars.
Visits a Nation That Knew Him as Barry Near one of his homes here, the same family
still runs a wooden stall selling gado-gado, an Indonesian salad covered
in peanut sauce. Agus Salam, who took over the business from his mother
years ago, played soccer with the American boy everybody here called
to have ‘embedded microchip’
Novartis AG plans to seek regulatory approval within 18 months for a
pioneering tablet containing an embedded microchip, bringing the concept
of “smart-pill” technology a step closer.
Paul: Thought Crime USA In this exclusive never-before-seen interview
with new United States Senator for Kentucky Rand Paul, the son of
Congressman Ron Paul warns that Americans are being politically
profiled for thought crimes, while the Obama administration, in
particular people like Rahm Emanuel, is seeking to exploit crises
in order to advance the big government agenda.
Right”: Bush Boasts about Waterboarding Former President George W. Bush continues
to be beyond shame. Those favored with an advance copy of his memoir,
Decision Points, say it paints a picture of a totally unapologetic
Bush bragging, for example, about authorizing the CIA to waterboard
9/11 “mastermind,” Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.
to Save America In One Week Many people think we just have to sit here
and take it. Many others are starting to call for revolution. But
there may be a third way.
Based Terrorism There is every indication that the new Republican majority
in the House of Representatives will support an open ended policy
to “win” in Afghanistan, whatever that means, giving
President Barack Obama a free pass to pursue any option he chooses,
even if it entails an endless series of escalations.
Say TSA Approved Flight Training
Three Brazilian nationals accused being in the country illegally
while studying to be pilots at a Stow flight school said they were
cleared by the federal Transportation Security Administration for