Last Updated: Wednesday, October 1, 2008 19:08 GMT
McCain: “I Always Aspire To Be A Dictator”
During an interview with the Des Moines Register editorial board yesterday, John McCain - presumably making an attempt at humor - said with a completely straight face that he aspired to be a dictator, while decrying the Congressional rejection of the bailout bill.

Analyst: Dollar May Sink, So Look to $1,500 Gold
Aaron Smith, managing director at Superfund Financial, sees gold as a good bet as he believes it will rise to $1000 an ounce by year-end, and $1500 in two to three years’ time.

The Great Bank Robbery of 2008
Buffett buys BYD stake

B.C. man dies after being tasered by police
A man has died after Mounties in the Vancouver suburb of Langley used a taser to subdue him after he jumped out of the window of a house.

Army ‘put on alert’ after July 21 plot

Billion-Dollar Fund Manager; Gold To Hit $2,000, Dow To Sink To 5,000
Billion dollar fund manager Mark Tice says that the Federal Reserve’s ceaseless printing of dollars could cause gold to surge past $2,000 an ounce, while the Dow could fall below 5,000.

Fight the bailout; stop the hostile takeover of the United States
Bradford & Bingley Customers Ask Where’s Safest as Banks Vanish
GOP Members Forging Alternative Bailout
McCain Adviser: Treasury Doesn’t Need Congress for Bailout
The Power of No
If You’re Looting the Treasury, Give it To US
FDIC Wants to Boost Deposit Insurance Limit: Source
Home Prices in 20 Cities Declined 16.3%


Crowd Urged Suicidal Teen To Jump
Police have criticised a crowd of people who encouraged a suicidal teenager to jump from a shopping centre car park.

People could be fined £110 for putting their litter in the wrong bin in the street
Throwing your litter into the wrong street bin will risk an on-the-spot fine and criminal convictions, ministers said yesterday.

Patios will need planning permission

Swiss high court strikes down smoking ban
Smokers in Geneva were given a reprieve on Tuesday after the top Swiss court struck down a ban on smoking in public places, in force since July 1, saying the local government had overstepped its powers.

Figures Reveal Corporate Cronyism At Work In Bailout Vote
A public watchdog database has conducted some interesting research into representatives who voted yes to the bailout bill, shedding light as to who their loyalties truly lie with.

Putin blames US for world econ crisis
Bailout Would Only Prolong Crisis: Jim Rogers

CNN Misquotes Ron Paul On Bailout Bill
CNN misquoted Ron Paul yesterday during a phone interview with the Texas Congressman regarding the failure of the bailout bill to pass through Congress.

US urged to bolster missile, space defenses against China: paper
A draft report recommends that the United States build new missile, sea-based and space-based defenses to deal with China’s growing nuclear and conventional forces, a newspaper said Wednesday.

Pakistan accuses US of terrorism

New Scientific Study Proves Solar Activity Impacts Climate
New scientific research has demonstrated that solar variations have had major effects on the climate of the Earth as recently as 2,000 years ago.

Bayer Pesticide Chemicals Linked to Devastating Collapse of Honeybee Populations
ITV to launch ‘embedded’ adverts during programmes

U.S. Army conducting training exercises in cities, towns
FORT STEWART, GA. - The exercise scenario was a sobering one: a 10-kiloton nuclear device detonated in America's heartland, quickly overwhelming civilian responders.

Food Riots Have Already Begun as Global Grain Prices Skyrocket, Supplies Dwindle

Activity spotted at NKorea nuclear test site: report
Increased activity has been spotted near the site of North Korea’s 2006 nuclear test but it is unclear whether the hardline communist country is preparing for a second test, a report said Wednesday.

US drone strike kills eight militants in Pak
Zardari says he escaped assassination

EU to introduce ‘virtual strip searches’ at airports by 2010
Digital body scanners which leave little to the imagination will be used by airport security on passengers travelling across the European Union within two years.

Spotless Sun: Blankest Year of the Space Age
Astronomers who count sunspots have announced that 2008 is now the “blankest year” of the Space Age.


Global Warming Alarmism is Unacceptable and Should be Confronted
The Nonsense of Global Warming



Paul Joseph Watson: Internet Censorship a Growing Cancer



Steve Watson: British Kids Encouraged To Become "Climate Cops"



Steve Watson: Terror Stopped For Putting My Hand in My Pocket



Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The state wants your children.

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