Thursday, August 6, 2009 20:24
GMT Nazi-Style Denunciation
Campaign Urges Americans To Report Each Other A privately-run informant program operating nationwide encourages
Americans to anonymously turn each other in to the authorities for cash
rewards in a chilling echo of the Nazi “denunciations” of
1930’s Germany, where neighbors would grass their neighbors up
to the local Gestapo officer over petty issues.
should assist Israel if it attacks Iran” – Bolton
If Israel does attack Iran, the US is going to get blamed for it anyway,
says former US ambassador to the UN John Bolton. Moreover, the worst
outcome would be if an Israeli strike fails to destroy their nuclear
News: No Evidence Of Lobbyists During Obamacare Protest
Attempts on behalf of government media fronts to quell spontaneous riots
breaking out at town hall meetings amidst anger about Obama's health
care bill by claiming they are manufactured was disproved once again,
as ABC News reported that no lobbyists were present at a meeting in
Maryland on Tuesday night.
copyright lobbyist is Obama’s top pick for US Attorney
In yet another sign that the Obama administration’s opposition
to hiring lobbyists is weakening, a Justice Department official who
once worked as a copyright and cyber-security lobbyist for companies
like Microsoft and IBM is now the top candidate for a US Attorney position.
vows to charge for all online content
Rupert Murdoch has vowed to charge for all the online content of his
newspapers and television news channels, going well beyond his prediction
in May that the company would test pay models on one of its stronger
papers within the year.
Paul: Government Is A Failure Texas Congressman Ron Paul, founder of the advocacy group
Campaign for Liberty, spoke on a number of issues yesterday including
the growing opposition to socialized healthcare, the threat of martial
law, his ongoing effort to audit the Federal Reserve and the prospect
of running for president in 2012.
approval rating sinks to 50%: poll
US President Barack Obama’s approval rating has slumped to
50 percent, the lowest since his inauguration, according to a poll
released Thursday on the eve of his 200th day in office.
food stamp list tops 34 million for first time
For the first time, more than 34 million Americans received food
stamps, which help poor people buy groceries, government figures
said on Thursday, a sign of the longest and one of the deepest recessions
since the Great Depression.
breakup nets Wall Street $1 billion bonanza: report
Wall Street banks and lawyers could collect nearly $1 billion in
fees from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and American International
Group Inc to help manage and break apart the insurer, The Wall Street
Journal said on Wednesday, citing its own analysis.
Neal booed at rally over health reform U.S. Reps. James P. McGovern and Richard E. Neal were heckled
and booed after trying to rally support today for President Barack
Obama’s plan for a comprehensive national health insurance
Holdren's Eugenicist Nightmare
CIA Involvement In Iran
Nazi Roots Of The European Union
North Korea Nuclear Circus
Police State UK
Neo-Con Attack On Jesse Ventura
9/11 Truth Hit Piece Propaganda
13 - Gregory Seabrooke - $100
June 24 - David Kwon - $50
June 11 - Peter Keeley - $10
June 11 - James Gathings - $10
May 25 - Stefan Lisander - $200
May 15 - Barry John Bennett - $15