Wednesday, November 19, 2008 19:31
CIA Employee Zawahri Threatens America Al-Qaeda’s alleged number two Ayman Al-Zawahiri has called
for new attacks to be launched against “criminal America,”
which is somewhat odd considering the fact that he once fought on behalf
of the CIA and was granted U.S. residence by the Immigration and Naturalization
Pushes Carbon Tax That Would Inflict New Great Depression President elect Barack Obama used his speech
at a Los Angeles summit last night to reinvigorate a push for the revival
of a frightening proposal to slash carbon emissions by 80 per cent,
a move that would inflict a new Great Depression, cost millions of jobs,
and sink America to near third world status.
Bells Ring As Hillary Offered Leading Role In Healthcare Overhaul
As if Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State wasn't an unpopular enough
appointment, consider that her likely alternative is to accept a role
as a senior member of the Senate team aiming to overhaul the nation's
healthcare system, a fact that should set alarm bells ringing given
her track record in this area.
for gold at an all-time high
Demand for gold reached a record high in the third quarter as investors
sought refuge from the financial crisis and volatile stock markets,
according to the World Gold Council.
I’ve been warning of deflation for some time. Specifically, I
predicted 1 1/2 to 2 years of deflation, followed by hyperinflation.
Well, deflation is here.
to fight terrorism in lower N.Y.
The setting could pass for a high-tech trading floor: men in dark suits,
sitting at tiered banks of desks, studying a steady stream of video
and data on floor-to-ceiling monitors.
Phone Use Boosts Cancer Risk by 50 Percent Heavy users of mobile phones are
50 percent more likely to develop cancer of the salivary glands, according
to a new study conducted by researchers at Tel Aviv University and published
in the American Journal of Epidemiology.