Thursday, October 7, 2010 12:28 Microsoft
Proposal Opens Door For Government Licensing To Access Internet
A new proposal by a top Microsoft executive would open the door for
government licensing to access the Internet, with authorities being
empowered to block individual computers from connecting to the world
wide web under the pretext of preventing malware attacks.
Antonio Radio Station Gets Man Fired for Sharing Truth
On Monday, September 27th I was getting prepared to go to one of my
three jobs. I received a text at 5:39pm from my mother, who works at
Oak Hills lanes along side me, that “Ken (Ken Cobb of Oak Hills
Lanes) needs to see you right now about the 9/11 comment.
Fed Repeats Ominous 'Absorb Terror' Rhetoric Having already demonized Americans
as the primary domestic terror threat, National Counterterrorism Center
head Michael Leiter is now ominously parroting Barack Obama's rhetoric,
by indicating that America could absorb a terror attack, another indication
that the threat of a false flag event to reinvigorate Obama's collapsing
approval numbers is higher than ever.
hits record, set for best week in six months
Gold rose to a third successive record high on Thursday, putting it
on track for its strongest weekly performance in six months, as expectations
for the Federal Reserve to prop up the economy undermined the dollar.
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to Send Man into Space by 2022
Iran has prepared the necessary technological grounds to send man
into space by 2022, Deputy Head of the Iranian Space Agency (ISA)
for Technology Mohammad Mardani said on Wednesday.
EPA statement of the day
In an interview with Politico.com about her damn-the-critics approach
to greenhouse gas (GHG) regulation, EPA administrator Lisa Jackson
said “The Clean Air Act is a tool. It’s not the optimal
tool. But it can be used. And, in fact, I’m legally obligated
now to use it. And so we’ve laid a lot of groundwork on that
and we’ll continue.”