Monday, August 10, 2009 20:37
House Blocks Opposition From Staged Obama Town Hall Event In an effort to protect the the saintly image of Barack Obama
as his popularity plummets to new lows, the White House has ensured
there will be no opposing voices to the Obamacare agenda when the President
makes a town hall appearance in New Hampshire tomorrow.
July On Record In 6 U.S. States
As if global warming proponents don’t have enough to worry about
already, with Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., Fox News and the Heartland
Institute, now Mother Nature has thrown them yet another curve.
Protests" Myth Starts To Crack
The media created myth that the town hall protests raging across the
country are artificially manufactured is starting to crack, as the public
takes the press to task for parroting the erroneous talking point that
the demonstrations are the work of lobbyists and Republican organizations,
and that they are fostered by underlying racism.
Spied On 500,000 People Last Year
The row over using surveillance information to spy on people has intensified
after its was revealed that 1,400 requests to snoop on the public were
made every day last year.
Recent debate over “health care” (oh, how I hate that term)
presumes to pit advocates of 100% government management of medical services
against advocates of the status quo…which is only about 95% government-managed.
blogger calls the late Aaron Russo a “crackpot”
Left-wing spin-doctor and debunked liar Dave Neiwert (ironically
from the left-wing blog Crooks and Liars) is up to his old tricks
again: smearing true patriots who obey the Constitution and who
confront and expose our fraudulent and criminal government.
Stimulus Needed to Avoid Lost Decade: Krugman
The world economy needs a second stimulus if it is to avoid the
fate of Japan in the 1990s when the country was stuck with years
of sluggish growth, Nobel laureate and professor of economics Paul
Krugman told CNBC Monday.
slams ‘behind the scene’ US interference
Iran has slammed West’s double standards in dealing with terrorism
a day after the US and France admitted their role in Iran’s
post vote unrest. FBI
raids NOLA police over Katrina killings
Nearly four years after the police shootout that took the lives
of Ronald Madison and James Brissette on New Orleans’ Danziger
Bridge, the FBI raided the offices of the police investigators who
had been looking into the deadly incident.