Friday, August 7, 2009 22:43
Start Of The Second American Revolution? For a long time people have been asking why Americans are not
up in arms, screaming and shouting about their fast disappearing liberties
along with the continuous passage of legislation that they vehemently
oppose, from the banker bailout, to the cap and trade bill, to Obamacare.
Well now they are screaming and shouting - and if the momentum continues
to build, this rebellion could the spark to ignite the second American
the Greatest Depression in History
While there is much talk of a recovery on the horizon, commentators
are forgetting some crucial aspects of the financial crisis. The crisis
is not simply composed of one bubble.
deficit climbs to 1.3 trillion dollars
The US budget deficit reached 1.3 trillion dollars for the current fiscal
year in July, official data showed, news set to fuel opposition to US
President Barack Obama’s ambitious health care and climate change
and Their CO2 Save the Planet!
As the Senate considers the fate of the cap-and-trade bill, we should
consider what it means for more carbon dioxide to be added to the atmosphere,
something the bill intends to prevent.
hints at another war with Lebanon
Israeli Defense Minister hints at Tel Aviv’s intention to launch
another offensive against Lebanon, saying the war would be more devastating
than the 2006 war.
agents to guard N America summit
A total of 4,000 agents from Mexico, the United States and Canada will
be safeguarding the security of Guadalajara, regional capital of the
Mexican state of Jalisco, during the North America Leaders’ Summit
set to open there Sunday, local authorities said Thursday. Holdren:
Infants Not Human Beings
The infamous Holdren quotes from the 1977 ‘Ecoscience’ textbook,
proposing forced sterilizations and other draconian measures to bring
about mass death, are no incidental exercises in academic frivolity.
Set To Become Mass Swine Flu Vaccination Clinics
Schools in both the US and the UK are set to serve as mass vaccination
sites in the Autumn as government officials on both sides of the
Atlantic consider plans that could see a push to inoculate every
child in both countries against swine flu.
claim Blackwater pimped out young Iraqi girls
Since the revelation earlier this week of allegations by two former
employees of security firm Blackwater that its owner was complicit
in murder to cover up the deliberate killing of Iraqi civilians,
more explosive charges have continued to emerge.
reform sparks meeting mayhem
Fireworks were expected, but organizers of a town hall meeting on
health care reform were caught off guard Thursday night by just
how explosive the issue became.
Jones: C2C Wednesday August 5th 2009
Alex Joins George Noory on Coast to Coast AM to discuss a host of
issues, including a botched building demolition in Turkey, and a
privacy-eroding plan to install cameras inside 20,000 homes in Britain,
in order to monitor antisocial families. Support for Afghan
war drops, CNN poll finds
A new national poll indicates that support among Americans for the
war in Afghanistan has hit a new low.