Wednesday, October 6, 2010 13:25 Video:
9/11 Firefighters Reveal Huge Explosions Before Towers Collapsed
Newly obtained video that was reluctantly released by NIST after a lawsuit
by the International Center for 9/11 Studies shows two firefighters
on 9/11 discussing how secondary explosions occurred immediately before
the collapse of the twin towers, providing damning new evidence that
explosive devices were used to bring down the buildings.
Administration Pressures ISPs To Censor Websites The Obama Administration IP Czar
Victoria Espinel has been holding meetings with ISPs, registrars, payment
processors and others in a bid to get them to block access to websites
"dedicated to infringing activities". However, as we have
documented, the government deems such infringement to include political
opinions which are antagonistic toward the state, leaving the door open
for state censorship of free speech on the world wide web.
Sometimes it’s the little things in the big stories that catch
your eye. On Monday, theWashington Post ran the first of three pieces
adapted from Bob Woodward’s new book Obama’s Wars, a vivid
account of the way the U.S. high command boxed the Commander-in-Chief
into the smallest of Afghan corners.
From Germany (The Sane Part)
Steffen Hentrich of the Liberal Institute at the Friedrich-Naumann-Foundation
for Liberty blasted the 10:10 No Pressure clip, calling it a manual
for climate terrorism. Read here in German.
Mockingbird Media Attacks RT, Press TV as “Enemies” In a speech before Radio Free Europe, Isaacson
slammed these news outlets as “autocratic” and said
the global elite cannot allow itself to be “out-communicated,”
in other words it cannot allow contrary points of view, especially
if those views are expressed by nations states ruled by autocrats.
Class Slams Brakes on Spending Middle-class Americans made their deepest
spending cuts in more than two decades, slashing spending on such
discretionary items as restaurant meals and alcohol during the recession.
phones responsible for collapse of honeybee populations? In spite of industry claims to the contrary,
cell phone towers may indeed be contributing to the collapse of
honeybee populations, according to the findings of a study conducted
by researchers from Punjab University in India and published in
the journal Current Science.
know who I am’: Obama’s presidential seal falls off
podium during speech
The presidential seal fell off US President Barack Obama’s
lectern, clattering to the stage, as he delivered a speech at a
women’s conference on Tuesday. It happened about halfway through
the president’s speech to Fortune magazine’s “Most
Powerful Women Summit” Tuesday night at Carnegie Mellon Auditorium