Wednesday, September 2, 2009 20:26
Today Hit Piece Labels Conspiracy Thinking A Psychotic Illness
In an article entitled Dark Minds: When does incredulity become paranoia,
Psychology Today writer John Gartner attempts to make the case that
the concerns of "conspiracy theorists" are not based in reality
but are a product of mental instability, while himself fulfilling every
criteria for what he claims classifies such people as psychotics.
for All; Free Choice for None I was shocked, surprised, and flabbergasted
to hear it. I’m sure that you’ll never believe it, either.
The federal government is – get this, readers – butting
into your most personal and private business.
Releases Archive of Suppressed News Videos In a move sure to send shockwaves through the online activist
community, Jonathon Elinoff—activist, researcher, and the filmmaker
behind the Core of Corruption documentary series—has released
a video archive of dozens of network news broadcasts detailing controversial
and suppressed news stories.
calls Iranian threat ‘hyped’
Mohamed ElBaradei, outgoing chief of the International Atomic Energy
Agency, has called the Iranian threat “hyped,” saying
there is no proof the Islamic republic will soon have nuclear weapons. Bombers
target Athens stock exchange
A homemade bomb hidden inside a van exploded on Wednesday outside
the Athens stock exchange in the latest of a series of attacks against
financial targets in the Greek capital, police said.
Third Term: You’re Living It
A presidential candidate opposed to the Iraq War is elected and
enters the Oval Office. Yet six months later, there are still essentially
the same number of troops in Iraq as were there when his predecessor
left, the same number, in fact, used in the original invasion of
Iraq in March 2003.
Supporter: ‘Hitler Was a Brilliant Man’
On Sean Hannity’s show, August 31st, defending the comments
by Congresswoman Watson who said Castro was “one of the more
brilliant people she has ever met”, Aubrey O’day concurs,
then says Hitler was brilliant too.