Tuesday, October 12, 2010 18:06 Obama
Has Lost Almost Half Of Former Supporters With just three weeks to
go until the midterm elections, a significant national poll indicates
that Barack Obama has lost almost half of his support base since taking
office, and while voters are turning away from the Democrats, they are
also still turning away from Republicans.
libs poke fun at grieving mother
There has been some confusion about this case, leading some commentators
to believe that the reference to John Irish’s “association”
with Oath Keepers was in some other document, rather than in the affidavit
relied on by the Court’s Order. Alex Jones’ site, in an
effort to protect the privacy of the family, posted excerpts from two
different documents, leading some to question where the reference actually
Prepares To Seize Private Pensions
The government is preparing to seize the private 401(k) pensions of
millions of Americans while enforcing an additional 5 per cent payroll
tax as part of a new bailout program that will empower the Social Security
Administration to redistribute pension funds in a frightening example
of big government gone wild.
MP: Shoot child rock throwers
An Israeli lawmaker has backed the shooting of Palestinians that throw
rocks at settler cars, saying even children should be targeted if they
Alarmed by Harsh Tone of China’s Military
Three leading Washington conservatives — the Weekly Standard’s
Bill Kristol, American Enterprise Institute’s Arthur Brooks, and
Heritage Foundation’s Ed Feulner — have co-written an article
chiding Tea Party activists for not enthusiastically backing America’s
imperial foreign policy and oversize military.
Spooked Economy in October
Last week we received worse than expected unemployment numbers, challenging
recent claims that the recession has come and gone.
7/7 Inquest: Causing More Questions Than Answers The 7/7 inquest kicked off yesterday, as
simultaneously this site was mysteriously taken offline while it
held the top search position for the term “77 Inquest”,
blocking hundreds of people from an alternative view on the proceedings.
District Settles WebcamGate
Lower Merion School District has settled the webcam case that made
national headlines after students accused school officials of spying
by using the webcam installed on school-issued laptops.
crop grows near troop base
MORE than half the fields surrounding the main Australian base in
Afghanistan are being used to grow opium poppies, as coalition forces
struggle to ween locals off the lucrative crop.
Paul speech to Tea Party uncensored
Rep. Ron Paul brought a crowd at the Virginia Tea Party Patriots
Convention to its feet October 9th, delivering a fiery speech about
an “intellectual revolution.” He said the economy is
going “to get a lot worse before it gets better” and
advocated getting rid of the IRS and the income tax.