Monday, September 1, 2008 20:29
Scientists: Use Spaceships To Block Out The Sun Global warming alarmists, who have routinely
dismissed evidence that the Sun is the main driver of climate change,
are now calling to block out the celestial body that supports all life
on Earth in a set of bizarre new proposals to "geo-engineer"
ties worry U.S.
Amid rising tensions over Georgia, U.S. officials are increasingly concerned
that Russia is moving to rebuild one of the most dangerous features
of the old Soviet Union's security structure -- its alliance with Cuba.
week that buried the new world order The fall of the Berlin Wall seemed to
herald the end of the Cold War and the emergence of a single superpower.
A resurgent Russia's actions in Georgia have shattered that illusion
planned attack on sleeping civilians
Evidence of “numerous erroneous decisions of the Georgian leadership
which led to the beginning of a crisis in the Caucasus” are accumulating
in the OSCE headquarters, says the German weekly magazine Der Spiegel
in an announcement of an article to be published on Monday.
to mull Russia ties at emergency summit
European Union leaders will put the bloc's relations with Moscow under
scrutiny at an emergency summit on Monday, although sanctions against
Russia are not in the cards.
Directed Preemptive Raids On RNC Protesters Raids carried out on what police described as "the headquarters
of an anarchist/anti-authoritarian group" ahead of the Republican
National Convention in Minnesota, were directed by the Federal Government
it has been revealed.
Against Hope for No Signs of Life We now have Obama/Biden and McCain/Palin.
If you are a voter, you will be thinking: "There are some great
things and some awful things about both tickets, so how do I know which
team will be best for the country?"
newspaper industry dying US NEWSPAPERS already suffering from stiff
online competition, are facing a loss of advertising thanks to the weak