CAN Verdict: 80,000 Silenced by State Supreme Court
Yesterday afternoon, Justice Edward Lehner of the State Supreme Court
rubberstamped Referee Louis Crespo’s recommendation that the decision
to establish a local commission to investigate the events of September
11th not be put before the voters on November 3rd.
Plan To Run Hardin Jail Terminated, Arrest Of Hilton Possible
The saga of American Police Force and its plans to take over a $27 million
dollar detention facility in Hardin Montana came to an end last night
with the announcement that the deal was terminated, as the Governor
of Montana slammed local officials for becoming "part of the conspiracy"
by continuing their dealings with known criminals and con men such as
Paul On Obama winning the Nobel Peace Prize
In his latest C4L video, Dr. Paul gives his thoughts on awarding the
Nobel Peace Prize to President Obama, looks at the president’s
pro-war record, and talks about the need for a true pro-peace movement.
US missile plan raises ‘questions’: Russia
The new missile plan from US President Barack Obama’s administration
raises questions and Moscow is waiting for Washington to explain its
intentions, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Friday.
EU campaigner ‘paid’ Tony Blair
Tony Blair, the favourite to become Europe’s first president,
is believed to have accepted tens of thousands of pounds from a
steel billionaire campaigning for Ukraine to join the European Union.
The relentless financialization of the economy has resulted in a
hybrid-system of credit expansion which depends on pools of loans
sliced-and-diced into tranches and sold into the secondary market
to yield-seeking investors.
US considers phone companies ‘arm of government’
The US government doesn’t have to reveal information about
phone companies that may have spied illegally on Americans because
those phone companies are an “arm of the government,”
the US Justice Department argued in a recent court case.