Friday, October 8, 2010 12:48 Government
Seizes Newborn Baby Over Political Beliefs Of Parents A newborn baby was ripped from its
mother's arms by officials from the New Hampshire Division of Family
Child Services accompanied by police last night after authorities cited
the parents' association with the Oath Keepers organization as one of
the primary reasons for the snatch, heralding a shocking new level of
persecution where Americans' political beliefs are now being used by
the state to kidnap children.
Weighs Urging Ban on All Driver Phone Use in Cars U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says
he believes motorists are distracted by any use of mobile phones while
driving, including hands-free calls, as his department begins research
that may lead him to push for a ban.
On John Holdren’s Ice Free Winter John Holdren holds the highest position of scientific
authority in the country. He was hand chosen by President Obama. He
also appears to have less scientific competence than most first graders.
Week in Eugenics!
Wait — eugenics, did you say? Isn’t that a discredited pseudoscience
from centuries past, like phrenology?
PC Quarantine Plan
A plan by Microsoft Security Chief Scott Charney would place infected
or unsecured PCs in an Internet isolation ward. And block users from
Biggest Threat to National Security
Everyone is finally starting to recognize that the federal government
is merrily traveling down the road to national bankruptcy … and
is going to take a lot of Americans down with it. The government is
spending at least $1 trillion dollars more than what it is taking in
… every year, with no end in sight.
What In The World Are They Spraying? What In The World Are They Spraying? is
an investigation into all aspects of the phenomenon of chemtrails.
Over the past decade and more, long white trails emanating from
jet planes have been seen lingering in the skies all over the planet,
often expanding and merging to form vast swathes of artificial cloud
spending rises 9%
Basic government spending rose by 9 percent in fiscal 2010, driving
the country to a $1.291 trillion deficit down $125 billion from
2009, but still the second-largest hole on record, the Congressional
Budget Office said Thursday.