Sunday, Aug 21, 2011 14:22 BST
Paul Takes New Hampshire Young Republicans Straw Poll With 45% of Vote
Special unit set up to ‘troll Twitter and Facebook’ for
Paul’s birthday ‘moneybomb’ raises $1.5 million
Now Pricing Greater Than 50% Chance Obama Will Not Be Reelected; And
Observations On The Political Costs Of War
admits role in 1953 Iranian coup
The BBC Persian TV channel has at last acknowledged the role of the
BBC Persian radio in the toppling of the democratically elected government
of Iran in the 1953 coup.
Choosing The Big Banks Over The Little Guy, The Government Is Dooming
If the government is going to give anyone money, giving it to the little
guy is arguably more fair than giving money to Wall Street fatcats.
History To Understand The Current Markets
Air Force Leads Raid on Las Vegas Gun Shop
The U.S. Air Force led a rare raid against a Las Vegas gun shop Friday
afternoon. Investigators removed pieces of evidence and took several
people into custody.
young man sues TSA, airport after being illegally detained during peaceful
protest of unconstitutional security protocols
Tobey is now pressing charges against both the federal government and
RIA for violating his protected rights under the First, Fourth, Fifth,
and 14th Amendments to the US Constitution.
Paul: “They’re Setting The Stage For Violence In This Country”
Presidential candidate responds to question about detention camps for
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TV Interviews Rick Perry Sex Scandal Accuser
Alex Jones speaks with Robert Morrow, an Austin-based activist who has
created a national stir over rumours of a Rick Perry sex scandal.
the Rick Perry Sex Story Important?
Perry is no Ron Paul
Thrilled as I was with Texas Rep. Ron Paul’s good showing as a
truly constitutional candidate in the Iowa straw poll, I am concerned
that Texas Gov. Rick Perry will be seen in the same light.
Paul Steers Clear Of Perry Sex Story
Congressman Ron Paul was asked about one of his supporters taking out
ads in an attempt to bring a focus to possible sex scandals involving
cites media ‘arrogance’ for lack of coverage of Ron Paul
The world has a food shortage. This isn’t speculative or subjective,
and it’s not fear-mongering or alarmist.
strains ties between Egypt and Israel
Relations between Israel and Egypt are facing fresh strain.
Sachs Slashes Its US GDP Forecast Again
“From already quite low growth rates, it appears that the U.S.
economy is losing further momentum,” Goldman said.
and Saudi Arabia helped Al-Qaeda carry out 9/11 attacks, claims new
As the 10th anniversary of 9/11 approaches, two authors who’ve
analysed thousands of documents relating to the attack conclude that
both Iran and Saudi Arabia helped Al-Qaeda carry it out.
Scrambling to Ease Shortage of Vital Medicine
Federal officials and lawmakers, along with the drug industry and doctors’
groups, are rushing to find remedies for critical shortages of drugs.
Defeated in Misurata. Reports of Rebel Advances on Tripoli are Unsubstantiated
The mainstream media is reporting that Tripoli is surrounded. Bernard-Henri
Lévy, author and adviser to France’s president Nicolas
Sarkozy has even declared that the regime in Tripoli has collapsed.
This is fiction.
Claims Fukushima Disaster Has Contaminated a 252,000-Square-Kilometer
Area of Pacific Ocean
Radioactive substances that leaked from the crippled Fukushima No.
1 nuclear power plant have spread over far broader areas of the
sea than Japan has acknowledged.
tightens sanctions on Syria
“For the sake of the Syrian people, the time has come for
President Assad to step aside,” Mr. Obama said in a statement.
protest high cost of Pope’s Madrid visit
Thousands took to the streets of Spain’s capital to decry
the official 50 million euro bill.
and engineers challenge official story of World Trade Center Building
Most of us remember the horror of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, and
the mental images of the collapse of the twin World Trade Center
towers is forever etched into our minds.
sorry for deleting Obama criticism
Facebook has issued an apology for deleting a post by Arizona Governor
Jan Brewer that criticised President Barack Obama.
EPA rule could lead to rolling blackouts in Texas, PUC chairwoman
The head of the Texas Public Utility Commission expressed concern
Friday that a new federal air quality rule, set to take effect Jan.
1, will cause disruptions in electric service.
and the Mortal Danger to Traditional Agriculture
The greatest threat to the future of food production in the world
is the introduction of genetically engineered foods from the bio-tech
Plan to Stay in Afghanistan Forever
The U.S. and Afghanistan have reached an agreement that would allow
American special forces and air force to remain in the country until
Obama Cannot Get Congress To Pass Amnesty For Illegal Immigrants
So Now He Is Just Going To Ram It Down Our Throats Any Way That
If you are an illegal immigrant and you have not been arrested for
committing a crime, the odds that you will ever be deported have
now gone way, way down.
rebels take strategic town 30 miles from Tripoli
Rebel forces in Libya have retaken the pivotal town of Zawiya, which
is only 30 miles from Tripoli.
The Shadows of The Psyop State: The Terror of Secret Services in
Russia, America And The World
We live in an era of medieval brutality and state terror.
is Like a Separate Country … One Which Couldn’t Care
Less About The American People
D.C. Has A Different Economy From The Rest of America.
Schiff on record gold prices: I told you so!
With the decline of the world economy, many investors are flocking
to the precision metal: gold.
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