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Obama Force America To “Absorb A Terror Attack” To Save
President Obama’s ominous claim that America can “absorb”
a terror attack will have many fearing that staging some kind of false
flag event will be the only way the government can overturn the massive
resistance to big government that has grown exponentially since Obama
for illegals, repeal of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,’
fail in Senate… Republicans objected to Senate Majority Leader
Harry Reid’s (D-Nev.) plan to hold votes on several amendments
to the bill that reflected Democratic priorities, including an immigration
measure seen as boosting Reid’s own reelection campaign. Reid
also would have limited amendments offered by the GOP.
the curtain: Lady Gaga, Laurel Canyon and that growing sense of uneasiness
in pop culture Talking with my brother recently, the subject
of modern culture and its rapid descent into mindless mediocrity, came
up as it often does. As a teacher, my brother has a lot of interaction
with teenagers, so when I asked him what his gauge was on the pop culture
interests of the modern teenager, he sighed and said, “There seems
to be a longing for something different, something real.”
$1,300, Gold Is Heading To $11,000 On Dollar Collapse
In light of gold hitting a new all time record high today, Omnis senior
managing director James Rickards' forecast that the precious metal will
soar to anything up to $11,00 in the aftermath of a dollar collapse
makes the current $1,300 level look tame in comparison.
Those Who Don’t Build Must Burn Ray Bradbury wrote his dystopian novel Fahrenheit 451 in 1950. Most kids were required to read this book when they were seventeen years old. Having just re-read the novel at the age of forty-seven makes you realize how little you knew at seventeen.
5 Surprising Facts About Spying In America Here are 5 surprising facts about spying in America. We understand if some of this sounds far-fetched. But take a look for yourself, and see if you can disprove these claims.
Doublethink: Collapse Is Recovery When the National Bureau of Economic Research
announced, after much deliberation apparently, that the economic
recession ended in June, 2009, it was as if the news were broadcast
from some other planet.
Declares the Constitution Racist In a discussion about Texas governor Rick
Perry, CNN’s Rick Sanchez told Wayne Slater of the Dallas
Morning News that “people of color” consider the Constitution
— in particular the Tenth amendment — racist.
The Ice Getting Thicker? “There are claims coming from some
communities that the Arctic sea ice is recovering, is getting thicker
again,” Mark Serreze, director of the Colorado-based centre,
told Postmedia News on Wednesday.
Unipolar World Will Lead to War: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to RT Speaking on the UN summit sidelines, Iran’s leader says the biggest trouble facing the world is domination by the United States. In an exclusive interview with RT, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad explains how he wants to change the existing world order.
Brother Has Come to the Birthplace of America
Pennsylvania is literally the birthplace of the United States of
America. The Constitutional Convention was held in Philadelphia,
and that is where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution
demands internet code of practice
The German government has reacted to public privacy concerns about
Google Street View by demanding internet companies work out a code
of practice to protect the data they collect.
Global Cooling began in 2003
Climate scientist Roger Pielke Sr has posted today an in-press paper
which demonstrates that ocean temperatures flattened in 2001-2002
and have been on a negative trend since.