Thursday, September 23, 2010 18:25 Establishment
Upset We're Not Discussing Mindless Drivel
Tom Krazit of CNet News is apparently upset that someone would attempt
to create talking points of national interest that are not focused around
the moronic behavior of vacuous celebrities like Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber,
and whatever other mindless drivel the corporate media serves up on
a daily basis.
Department Report Criticizes FBI Spying On Anti-war Groups
The Justice Department’s Inspector General has issued a report
critical of the FBI for its spying on anti-war activists, animal-rights
groups, and environmentalists. The report, entitled A Review of the
FBI’s Investigations of Certain Domestic Advocacy Groups, said
the “terror” investigations were “unreasonable and
inconsistent with FBI policy.”
Collapse of Western Morality Yes, I know, as many readers will be quick to
inform me, the West never had any morality. Nevertheless things have
Senate Ad Features Tea Party Imagery A new ad from the National Republican Senate
Committee makes a compelling case against President Obama and the Democratic
Leadership in Congress. It also features Gadsen flags and scenes of
crowds that resemble Tea Party rallies.
demand labeling of GM salmon, if approved The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
recently held a hearing during which an advisory panel listened to arguments
from both sides of the debate concerning the approval of genetically
modified (GM) salmon.
Target Americans As Terrorists In Effort To Break Back Of Big Government
The feds are up to their old tricks once again - demonizing American
citizens who are politically engaged and use the Internet as domestic
terrorists in a transparent ploy to chill free speech and immobilize
resistance to big government - when in actual fact every major terror
plot in the United States was provocateured, contrived or directly facilitated
by the federal government itself.
Survival ‘Silly’ Question: Ex-ECB Board Member
The question whether the single European currency will survive the current
crisis is a “silly” one because the present situation created
opportunities to actually make the monetary union stronger, Otmar Issing,
president of the Center for Financial Studies and a former ECB board
member told CNBC Thursday.
given pneumococcal vaccination risk infection with serious drug resistant
We’ve all heard the arguments, supposed solid evidence and near
hysteria about the importance of vaccinating children to protect them
from diseases. Unfortunately, not only are there sometimes serious side
effects associated with many vaccinations but now it turns out that
infants who receive vaccinations to protect them from ear infection
and sinusitis are more likely to come down with what can be a dangerous
form of an antibiotic-resistant infection. Google’s
Street View dealt blow by Czech privacy concerns
Google’s ambitions to expand its Street View mapping service in
the Czech Republic have been dealt a fresh blow today as the country’s
privacy watchdog says the product “disproportionately invades
brainwave for catching a criminal? Terrorists could be identified by a brainwave
test that detects concealed information about an imminent attack,
according to a study by psychologists from Northwestern University
To Abandon Airport Body Scanner Project After a six-month test, Italy’s government
will drop the use of full-body scanners for security checks in airports,
judging them slow and ineffective, Italian daily Corriere della
Sera reported Thursday.
Jones: ‘UN a Nazi movement’ The United Nations General Assembly has
kicked off and many are wondering, do we really need the UN or other
international organizations? A growing number of Americans are increasingly
frustrated with international groups like the UN, IMF and World
Bank. Many people are calling for the dismantling of all three organizations,
including Alex Jones. He says that the United Nations is purely
an evil, corrupt and wicked organization.
Heckled, Booed at NYC Fundraiser
President Barack Obama got heckled at a fundraiser Wednesday night
by protesters pushing for more funding for AIDS programs and quicker
action to allow gays to serve openly in the military.
by Israeli guard sparks riots
A Palestinian man was shot dead by an Israeli private security guard,
provoking a day of rioting in Jerusalem that left at least a dozen
injured and raised fears of a new cycle of violence.
Climate Change Department May Be Cut
With the current protracted recession still in play and a government
budget deficit to reconcile, Her Majesty’s Government may
be looking to trim some fat by giving its bloated £3.2 billion
Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) the royal chop.