Spain Is Faking Its GDP Data?
An anonymous email making the rounds in Europe points out some disturbing
discrepancies in Spanish economic data. In short, the report’s
author asks why Spain’s massive surge in unemployment during the
recession did not yield a commensurate drop in GDP, as was the trend
it Will Take to Restore America: Identify the Enemy
Never in the history of our nation have we faced so great a danger to
our liberties, to our way of life, to our Republic. We now face a fifth
column, an enemy so evil and so desperate, that no lie, no form of trickery,
no deception is too great for them; to them the ends justify the means.
on Fire: Video of street battles in Spain as protests heat up
Airlines cancelled flights, picketers blocked trucks from delivering
produce and police clashed with protesters as Spanish workers staged
a general strike on Wednesday to protest against austerity measures
imposed by a government struggling to slash its budget deficit and overcome
media losing its mojo
A new poll shows that fifty-Seven percent of Americans have little no
trust in the media, the highest percentage ever. Has mainstream media
lost its audience? Danny Schechter says that too many reporters on mainstream
media new outlets are simply giving opinion rather than reporting.
Buffalo Sells For $200 Above Spot As US Mint Runs Out One
ounce gold American Buffalo coins are selling for nearly $200 dollars
above spot on eBay following the US Mint’s announcement that
it had run out of the highly sought after coin and would not restock
supplies amidst soaring gold prices.
Brother Terrorizes More Activists Apparently the authorities still subscribe
to the George W. Bush-style assumption that if you’re not
in lockstep with the government’s policies, then you must
be with the terrorists.
Next Stage: Global Naked Body Scanners Madame Napolitano of the Ministry of the
Fatherland plans to take naked body scanners to the next level.
She is urging 190 nations to adopt the machines. It’s all
part of a push to counter terrorists who might use international
flights for attacks by smuggling explosives through overseas metal
detectors, according to USA Today.
The Justice Department’s motion to dismiss the ACLU’s
lawsuit in the Anwar al-Awlaki case confirms, once again, that when
it comes to civil liberties, the Obama administration is no different
from the Bush administration, and in fact is arguably much worse.
Could Hit $2000 Amid Inflation: BlackRock Exec Investors will continue to see strong demand for gold and
exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are the best way for regular investors
to benefit from the commodity’s rise, said Robert Kapito,
president of BlackRock.
denounces West’s beefed up Iran sanctions
Russia Wednesday called on Iran to heighten cooperation with the
UN atomic watchdog, but also criticized the United States and European
Union for imposing extra nuclear sanctions outside the United Nations.
Crumbling Infrastructure Across America, the list keeps growing
of examples of America’s infrastructure crumbling. From Hurricane
Katrina in New Orleans to the recent pipeline explosion in San Bruno,
CA, it’s becoming clear that the problem of aging infrastructure
is not going away anytime soon.