Thursday, August 21, 2008 18:40
Police Bulletin: People With City Maps Could Be Planning Violence The ACLU has obtained a leaked copy of
a Denver Police Department bulletin which advises officers that violent
protesters at the upcoming Democratic National Convention may be identified
from their use of hand held radios, bikes, maps and “camping information.”
Georgia 2008 a Repeat of Hungary 1956?
The crisis in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia eerily recalls a
tragedy of the Cold War, the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. That year,
after revolutionaries challenged Soviet control of this satellite state,
Russian tanks and troops rolled into Hungary.
Coolest For At Least Five Years Man-made global warming advocates are
scrambling to explain away the fact that 2008 has so far been the coolest
year in five years, as climate change alarmists face embarrassment amidst
a barrage of evidence that the planet has embarked on a clear and natural
win one! NOAA/NCDC to pull the CCSP report Regular readers may recall on August
1st a posting where I stated my views on the NCDC report being produced
by Dr.’s Karl and Peterson of NCDC (National Climatic Data Center)
called Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States.
Obama VP Is Pro-War, Pro-Patriot Act Neo-Con The man who many are tipping to become
Barack Obama's running mate is a pro-war, pro-patriot act, Bilderberg
member who was an honorary co-chair of the neocon Committee for the
Liberation of Iraq, a group that aggressively propagandized for the
invasion of Iraq in 2003. Ladies and gentlemen - meet Senator Evan Bayh.
On Reinstituting A Military Draft: ‘I Don’t Disagree’
Today at a townhall meeting, an audience member
praised Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) for his vow to “follow bin Laden
to the gates of hell.” After a long question about veterans’
care, the questioner said she believed we needed to reinstate the draft,
to which McCain seemed to readily agree.
Eagle gold coins sold out after spree A buying spree in the popular American Eagle
bullion coins appears to have depleted inventory of major North American
coin dealers, contributing to supply fears and sharply higher gold prices
seeks 'perch and stare' spy-fly robot Pentagon war-boffins have shelled out $4.6m
to a noted aerial crazytech firm to develop a spy drone which can "perch"
near a target, "stare" at it, then take off again and fly