Monday, Sept 19, 2011 18:17 BST
‘Obama Wants Riots to Create Chaos’
This weekend, the California Republican Party had its 2011 Fall Convention
at the JW Marriott Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.
Twist: Fed Ready for QE3
Agents of magnificent systemic devastation working toward global bankster
Blair ‘visited Libya to lobby for JP Morgan’
Tony Blair used visits to Libya after he left office to lobby for business
for the American investment bank JP Morgan, The Daily Telegraph has
Colossal Deceit Known As The Underwear Bomber Case
With jury selection set to begin in the Underwear Bomber Trial set to
begin tomorrow, I’ve spent the evening reminiscing about Christmas
Day 2009 and the 21 months since.
Banks Net Buyers of Gold for 1st Time in 20 Years
The switch from large selling to buying has helped propel the gold price
more than 25 percent higher.
Lady Now Requires 26 Servants
She is served by twenty-six attendants, including a hair dresser and
Bailout—Don’t Worry Be Happy
It doesn’t seem that anyone is worried much about another enormous
bailout to stabilize the world financial system that kicked off last
Around the world in 60 seconds: Incredible time-lapse video from the
International Space Station
This whirlwind video tour of the planet is a compilation of time-lapse
images shot from the International Space Station (ISS).
Paul Cheated Out of Texas Straw Poll Win?
Ron Paul is riding high again after his California Straw Poll victory
yesterday, but some Paul supporters are questioning why the Texas Straw
Poll was cancelled for "lack of interest," and whether it
was actually killed because the Congressman would have inflicted an
embarrassing defeat on Governor Rick Perry in his own state.
It’s time for the media to take Ron Paul seriously
Experts: Tokyo May Have to Be Evacuated
At least one billion becquerels a day of radiation continue to leak
from Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant after the March earthquake
insurer sues Saudi Arabia for ‘funding 9/11 attacks’
A Lloyd’s insurance syndicate has begun a landmark legal case
against Saudi Arabia.
call on Cameron to hold EU referendum
MPs from Prime Minister David Cameron’s Conservative party on
Monday intensified calls for a referendum on the country’s membership
of the European Union.
At $2,200 Before End of Year
Gold, platinum and Brent oil will lead gains in commodities.
Greece Should Default, Leave The Euro
Collapse of Britain Entering New Phase: Famine
Paul Raises $1 million In One Day
For the second consecutive month running
Presidential hopeful Ron Paul netted over $1 million in a single
day via the now customary ‘money bomb’ fundraising action
events organised online by grassroots supporters.
Vows Veto if Deficit Plan Has No Tax Increases
“We are not going to have a one-sided
deal that hurts the folks who are most vulnerable,”
America Needs to Dismantle Its Security Apparatus: Real Security
begins with Creating a Policy of Peace
The best way for America to become more secure may well be to dismantle
its vast security apparatus.
Clinton: Palestinian statehood bid won’t change Mideast realities
Former U.S. President says U.S. must veto
PA statehood bid at Security Council, but should try and ‘contain
of the French population has doubts about the official version of
the attacks on September 11, 2001
Ten years after, how do the French perceive the events of September
caucus chair: We’d ‘be marching on the White House’
if not for Obama
The Congressional Black Caucus is growing increasingly frustrated
with a black unemployment rate of nearly 17% — almost twice
the national average.
After An EMP Attack: No Power, No Food, No Transportation, No Banking
And No Internet
A single EMP attack could potentially wipe
out most of the electronics in the United States and instantly send
this nation back to the 1800s.
We Worthy of Freedom?
Fact is, you cannot appease tyranny.
Commission head calls NATO bombing of Libyans a “moral duty”
For weeks the mainstream media has been
calling the uprising in Libya a success, despite any support for
Me This: Paper of Record Puzzled by Death Count Claims
We Go Again? ‘NATO recruiting jihadists to invade Syria’
Zalaznick: Popular TV reflects national psyche
“I believe television has a conscience… I believe television
directly reflects the moral, political, social and emotional need-states
of our nation,”
Benefits for the Military Could Face Cuts
Military pensions and health care for active and retired troops
now cost the government about $100 billion a year.
faces €50m bill for carbon emissions
The airline industry’s total bill is expected to be €1.1bn.
CO2 regulation on hold indefinitely
exposure in expectant mothers causes lower IQ in newborns
Three separate studies recently published
in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives indicate prenatal
pesticide exposure to fetuses negatively impact a child’s
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