Sunday, August 2, 2009 23:07
New Birth Certificate Proof Obama Born In Kenya? California attorney Orly Taitz has released a copy of a birth
certificate that purports to show Barack Hussein Obama was born in Kenya,
which if authenticated would plunge the United States into a constitutional
crisis and potentially herald a catastrophic loss of confidence in the
legitimacy of the government.
preparing ‘mass vaccination’ of students Maine is preparing for a “mass vaccination” of students
to guard against the spread of the H1N1 virus and its more common cousin,
seasonal influenza, the state’s top doctor said Friday.
Bin Laden worked for US until 9/11
Former FBI translator Sibel Edmonds dropped a bombshell on the Mike
Malloy radio show, guest-hosted by Brad Friedman. In the interview,
Sibel says that the US maintained ‘intimate relations’ with
Bin Laden, and the Taliban, “all the way until that day of September
British bomb attacks in Iran provoke hostage crisis? The abduction of the British computer expert Peter Moore and
his four bodyguards was carried out partly in revenge for deadly bomb
attacks in south-west Iran which Iranian officials blamed on Britain,
according to a well-placed source in Baghdad.
Bernanke Is in Panic Mode
Usually, when Ben Bernanke is interviewed, he has the demeanor of
a college professor in the presence of freshman students. Of course,
as a full professor, he did not have to teach freshmen. That is
for untenured assistant professors to do. Stammering and stuttering
are therefore a real departure for him. There is a reason for this.
Days Aren’t Here Again
Have you heard the great news? The recession is over! It’s
true; I saw it on TV. Why fret about growing unemployment lines
when banks are paying big-time bonuses again?
Committee Approves Health-Care Package
The House Energy and Commerce Committee Friday night approved a
sweeping package of health-care measures, clearing a critical hurdle
that sets the stage for a five-week battle for both Democrats and
Republicans to define the legislation in voters’ minds before
the full House votes next month.