Economic Policies? For Whom?
Last week, in the wake of another uptick in the official unemployment
rate, the administration continued to claim that their economic policies
were working, just not fast enough.
the FDA ‘NO!’ to GMO fish Consumers may soon have a new “Frankenfood”
to contend with as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will
soon decide whether or not to approve genetically-modified (GM) salmon
Talks World Government at the Council On Foreign Relations Over the Labor Day holiday, so called “moderates”
(confused if they are neocons or liberals) threw around the name
Hillary Clinton. Considering the dismal performance of Barry Obama,
these folks believe the Dem side of the One Sided Party should run
Hil for command-in-chief teleprompter reader.
WTC 7 Video Posted on YouTube The International Center for 9/11 Studies
has posted a new video on YouTube. The footage was filmed by a news
crew from a local NYC television station, and was received from
NIST under the Freedom of Information Act.
of extraordinary rendition cannot sue, US court rules The victims of the Bush administration’s
programme of “extraordinary rendition” will not be able
to sue the private company which transported them to foreign countries
for torture by the CIA, after the present White House stepped in
to squash their lawsuit on the grounds of national security.
rating hits new low Overall, 41% of voters say they at least
somewhat approve of the president’s performance. Fifty-eight
percent (58%) disapprove.