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Jul 21 16:44

U.S. Gen. Odierno presses case for $2B in funding to rebuild Iraq

Revenues from about a dozen oil contracts will not start being significant until 2013 or 2014, when Iraq will be able to produce enough oil, according to Odierno.

Jul 21 16:42

Video: Mom upset about daughter's full body security scan experience

"It's an image of a nude child that they're seeing. This is child pornography whether people want to believe this or not. How is this any different," said Nemphos. "

Jul 21 16:28

Why are there No Hammers on the Bus?

Such a seemingly random observation such as the missing emergency hammers in a bus is only significant in that it sheds light on the deceptive and often bogus Israeli premise of security concerns, which as a result, has allowed it to abuse and oppress the Palestinians unimpeded for years. At the risk of oversimplification, it is my strong belief that if this false premise were debunked, things would be very, very different.

Jul 21 15:47

Anti-mosque protests on the rise, say Muslim advocates

Opposition to the construction of mosques has skyrocketed in cities and towns across the country, scholars and advocates of Muslim culture tell The Upshot.

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And if you look at all the blue and whit flags in the crowd you know who behind it.

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof First Amendment to the Constitution.

And now you know who are the biggest threat to America's way of life.

Jul 21 15:38

Israel refuses to stop using internationally banned phosphorus bombs

The Israeli government has refused to provide the United Nations assurance to discontinue its illegal usage of internationally banned white phosphorus bombs, which it used heavily in its latest war on the Gaza Strip, causing hundreds of Palestinian deaths, in addition to serious environmental damage.

Jul 21 14:57

Bernanke Vows Fed Will Act If Uncertain Recovery Falters

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said on Wednesday the U.S. economy faces "unusually uncertain" prospects, and that the central bank was ready to take further steps to bolster growth if needed.

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"We'll go on loaning you more money (at interest) as as as we can print it up!

Jul 21 14:56

Ben Stein: The Unemployed Are People With ‘Unpleasant Personalities…Who Do Not Know How To Do A Day’s Work’

Writing at the American Spectator yesterday, former Nixon speechwriter and TV personality Ben Stein downplayed the suffering unemployed Americans are experiencing by writing that the people who are unemployed right now are “generally people with poor work habits and poor personalities.” He claims the unemployed are Americans with “unpleasant personalities…who do not know how to do a day’s work“:

Jul 21 14:55

Palestinian Children Under Occupation

Palestinian children grow up "under the Israeli occupation, surrounded by cruelty, oppression, killing, starvation and destruction." Yet, like all children, they dream of playing and living normally and safely. Instead, their father may be dead or in prison, their brother killed, their home destroyed, and their mother forced to give birth at an Israeli checkpoint, risking her and the newborn.

Palestinian children grow up differently from most others, their development "distorted by an occupation," destroying their innocence, dreams and well-being. They live in constant fear, forced to grow up while still a child.

Jul 21 14:26

Ideas for Neutralizing FEMA Trailers

Since I first posted this several companies have popped up offering a similar service. I would like to think I had something to do with that.....=)

Jul 21 14:26

Cartoon of the Week: Obama and Helen Thomas (MUST SEE)

This is a must see humoreous Cartoon of President Obama and Helen Thomas

Jul 21 14:11

US Professors Raise Doubts About Report on South Korean Ship Sinking

A new study by U.S. researchers raises questions about the investigation into the sinking of a South Korean navy ship. International investigators blamed a North Korean torpedo, raising tensions on the Korean peninsula.

Researchers J.J. Suh and Seung-Hun Lee say the South Korean Joint Investigation Group made a weak case when it concluded that North Korea was responsible for sinking the Cheonan

Jul 21 14:11

Arabs and the Global BDS Movement vs. Apartheid Israel

Following the indiscriminate killing of aid activists on-board the Flotilla ships to Gaza by Zionist forces this past week, and out of respect for those who have sacrificed their lives to bring much needed aid to the people of Gaza, it is now time for us, the Arab world, to embrace BDS and take to the next level. Indeed we must not only swim with the global tide against Apartheid Israel; we must lead it.

Jul 21 14:10


What can I say; here we go again!

I hardly need to go down the list of lies used to start US wars. We have been though that over and over again.
Nor do I need to elucidate on the many reasons why the US Government is in desperate need for yet another war with which to scare the American people into acceptance of more takes and fewer rights and freedoms.

Anyone with half a brain realizes that the US Government, unable to gain support for an invasion of Iran, has changed gears and decided that North Korea will be the next step towards World War III.

Here is the big lie...

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Jul 21 13:33

Are U.S. Taxpayers Funding Empire Building With Costa Rica?

Michael Edwards
Activist Post

One would think that America is experiencing Boom Times with the way their government is throwing around money lately. The recent announcement that a flotilla of warships and troops will be sent to Costa Rica would ordinarily be laughable for its wastefulness, but with America experiencing an unemployment rate north of 20% and the median duration of unemployment at the highest in the last 50 years, this should be no laughing matter.

Many Americans do not know much about Costa Rica, its history, or its current political landscape. It might be worth knowing exactly how and where American tax dollars are being spent. Here are some basic facts about Costa Rica:

Jul 21 13:17

"Many managers in the United Nations have local girlfriends"

In January, revealed the "Mission Review" that the Swedes on peace mission in Congo-Kinshasa had unethical sexual relationships with the locals.

Jul 21 12:45

Johnson & Johnson cuts forecast, discloses grand jury probe

Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) says it's been subpoenaed by a federal grand jury and is cooperating in an investigation into the series of high-profile recalls of its consumer drugs. And it's facing other legal actions stemming from those recalls, including lawsuits against its McNeil Consumer Healthcare unit and ongoing government probes, CNN Money reports.

Jul 21 12:43

Statement from Leonard Peltier: Don't forget. Not ever.

It is vengeance that preoccupies the mind of the colonizer. It
is this fervor to show us who is boss that led to the massacre
at Wounded Knee, the theft of the Black Hills, the establishment
of boarding schools, and the criminalization of our languages
and traditional ways. It is vengeance that armed the GOON squads,
killed our leaders, and surrounded our people at Wounded Knee again
in 1973. Revenge is why they today prosecute Indian people for the
crimes they know the government committed during their murderous
campaigns of the last generation. Vengeance is what killed Joe
Stuntz, Anna Mae Aquash, Buddy Lamont and so many others. Getting
even is what keeps me in prison. So don't forget. Not ever.

Jul 21 12:41

LA sheriff looking into extortion allegations in Mel Gibson case

"Allegations of extortion have been brought to our attention and we are certainly going to look into it," spokesman Steve Whitmore said Wednesday.

He would not confirm a TMZ report that Gibson's lawyer had met with sheriff's investigators to present evidence that Grigorieva, 40, tried to extort money from the actor in return for keeping audio recordings secret.

Jul 21 12:21

Homeland Security for Whom?

At the time I said: "This homeland security boondoggle is the biggest reorganization of the U.S. government in 50 years. It might even bankrupt the country and, perhaps intentionally, throw it into a Depression. That remains to be seen. What is certain is that at a cost of $50 billion in taxpayer's money, the homeland security infrastructure will provide Bush with 170,000 political cadres, and the internal security he needs to assure the continuity of his political power indefinitely. Except for providing Bush with political internal security, there is no need for the Department of Homeland Security; it is a Trojan Horse through which Bush will unleash his ideological storm troopers and exploit his ill-gotten power to achieve permanent political dominance."

Jul 21 12:11

False Flag Cyber Attack Could Takedown The Internet

An increasing clamour to restrict and control the internet on behalf of the government, the Pentagon, the intelligence community and their private corporate arms, could result in a staged cyber attack being used as justification.

Jul 21 12:09

Bernanke: Recovery 'unusually uncertain'

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke warned Congress Wednesday that the economic outlook remains "unusually uncertain."

In his prepared testimony for the Fed's semi-annual report to Congress, Bernanke offered the most extensive look yet at the Fed's plans for pulling money out of the system and raising short term rates, as the economy improves. But his outlook did not call for a quick recovery from the Great Recession.

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Bernanke(and Obama) are looking for a quick fix to the economy, more shadow than substance, accomplished with accounting tricks and changes to the rules between now and November. But the had reality is that the "Jobless Recovery" is a myth, just like the "Service Economy" was back in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

Either your nation makes a good product at a good price that other nations want to buy,or your economy is doomed. Despite the hallucinations of Wall Street, money does not grow simply by shaking it back and forth with great vigor. Labor precedes wealth. All economies are founded on productivity. Anything else is wishful thinking.

Jul 21 12:04

Brazil donates $14 million for Gaza reconstruction

Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva signed a decision granting $14 million for Gaza reconstruction efforts, Palestinian officials announced.

Jul 21 12:03

Former USDA official: Department's reconsideration is 'bittersweet'

A black former Agriculture Department official who resigned under pressure after a video clip surfaced of her discussing a white farmer said Wednesday the agency's decision to review her case is "bittersweet," but said she isn't sure she would accept her job back if it is offered.

Jul 21 11:51

Censored Gulf news: Scientists call on Obama to stop chem-spray

July 20, 5:51 "PMHuman Rights Examiner" by Deborah Dupre'

Scientists and public demand ending human rights violations in Gulf of Mexico region.

Over 100 scientists and academic institution, research laboratory, conservation organization leaders plus human rights defenders from as far away as Norway and Greece signed the Scientists Consensus Statement on the Use of Chemical Dispersants in the Gulf of Mexico calling for the Obama Administration to immediately halt chemical aerial spraying in the Gulf region. A public petition to end dispersant use is also gaining momentum.

Non-consensual human experiementation

Jul 21 11:10


HOLLINGS: Well, the truth is...ah, shoot, well, we all know there's Washington's math problem. Alan Sloan in this past week's Newsweek says he spends 150%. What we've been doing, Mr. Chairman, in all reality, is taken a hundred billion out of the Social Security Trust Fund, transferring it over to the spending column, and spending it. Our friends to the left here are getting their tax cuts, we getting our spending increases, and hollering surplus, surplus, and balanced budget, and balanced budget plans when we continue to spend a hundred billion more than we take in.

Jul 21 10:49

Dell ships motherboard with malicious code

Dell has confirmed that some of its PowerEdge server motherboards were shipped to customers with malware code on the embedded server management firmware.

Jul 21 10:46

Illinois Town Wants To Outlaw Eye-Rolling

Next time you're in line at the grocery store and you roll your eyes at the person with two carts full of items refusing to leave the 10-items-or-fewer line, you might be in trouble with the law -- at least if you live in Elmhurst, Illinois. Officials of the Chicago suburb are looking into finding a way of putting an end to the practice by legal means.

The idiocy stems from a recent city council meeting where an Elmhurst resident was ejected from the room after rolling her eyes in reaction to something that was said by a council member.

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"The greater the number of laws, the more corrupt the republic." -- Tacitus

Jul 21 10:25

ROV Driving Through Clouds of Gas and Oil

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About 3 minutes into the video...

Jul 21 10:17

Andrew Breitbart is a Character Assassin Just as if He Were Shooting People with a Cherished Right Wing Handgun

Maybe all you need to know about Andrew Breitbart was that he was Drudge's protege, and now the protege has begun to eclipse his mentor for sleaze, if that is possible.

Jul 21 10:14

Obama Mortgage Plan May Fuel Wave of Foreclosures

The Obama administration's effort to help those at risk of losing their homes is failing to aid many and could spur a rise in foreclosures that would further depress the housing industry.

More foreclosures would force down home prices and that would deter already-ailing homebuilders from starting new projects.

As a result, the economic rebound could suffer. Each new home built creates, on average, the equivalent of three jobs for a year and generates about $90,000 in taxes paid to local and federal authorities, according to the National Association of Home Builders.

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Remember that it is in the interests of the bank and government to keep housing as expensive as possible, to extract the greatest possible profit from you over your lifetime.

Jul 21 10:12

Thanks To Fannie And Freddie, Bailout Tab Hits $3.7 Trillion

Remember when the bailout was going to cost $700 million?

Yeah, not so much.

Jul 21 09:54

Paper: CIA now pretending contractors are CIA officers

The Washington Post's Pulitzer-prize winning reporter Dana Priest drove another stake into the heart of the US military industrial complex in today's Post:

In June, a stone carver from Manassas chiseled another perfect star into a marble wall at CIA headquarters, one of 22 for agency workers killed in the global war initiated by the 2001 terrorist attacks.

The intent of the memorial is to publicly honor the courage of those who died in the line of duty, but it also conceals a deeper story about government in the post-9/11 era: Eight of the 22 were not CIA officers at all. They were private contractors.

Jul 21 09:48

Turkish FM met Hamas supremo in Damascus

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu met with Hamas supremo Khaled Meshaal in Damascus, Anatolia news agency reported Tuesday, a move that threatens to fan fresh tensions with Israel.

The two men met on Monday to discuss efforts to heal the rift between Hamas — the resistance militant group controlling the Gaza Strip — and the Fatah faction of Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas.

The Middle East peace process was also on their agenda, Anatolia said.

The meeting took place amid simmering tensions between Turkey and its one-time ally Israel over the killing of nine Turks on May 31 in an Israeli raid on a Turkish ship that was part of a flotilla carrying aid to Gaza.

Israel has reacted angrily to previous contacts between Turkish officials and Hamas.

Jul 21 09:43

Clinton announces new US sanctions on North Korea

The United States Wednesday unveiled new sanctions against North Korea after the sinking of a South Korean warship and said the attack could be the start of more provocations by the communist state.

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"Come on! Someone! Shoot at us! We have elections coming up!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Jul 21 09:41

Senior EPA Analyst: “Government [Agencies] Have Been Sock Puppets for BP In This Cover Up”

We have people, wildlife—we have dolphins that are hemorrhaging. People who work near it are hemorrhaging internally. And that’s what dispersants are supposed to do. EPA now is taking the position that they really don’t know how dangerous it is, even though if you read the label, it tells you how dangerous it is. And, for example, in the Exxon Valdez case, people who worked with dispersants, most of them are dead now. The average death age is around fifty. It’s very dangerous, and it’s an economic—it’s an economic protector of BP, not an environmental protector of the public.

Jul 21 09:40

“The Right To Exist” – States or People?

by Sonja Karkar

The following article was first published in CounterPunch on 2 October 2007. Much of what was said then remains relevant almost three years later. It has been updated only to take into account some of the events since then.

Jul 21 09:39

Israel Refusing to Release Captured Aid Ships

According to officials familiar with the incident, the Israeli government is continuing to hold three of the aid ships involved with June’s failed attempt to deliver humanitarian goods to the Gaza Strip.

Jul 21 09:35

The Olympia Food Co-op Needs Your Support Now!

Just last week the Board of Directors of the Olympia Food Co-op in Olympia, WA, the hometown of Rachel Corrie, took the courageous step of instituting a boycott of Israeli goods, the first grocery boycott of Israel in the US.

Jul 21 09:34

Tab for 'War on terrorism' tops $1 trillion

The United States has spent more than $1 trillion on wars since the September 11, 2001, terror attacks, a recently released Congressional report says.

Jul 21 09:27

EU Poised to Approve Yet More Iran Sanctions

The sanctions will ban all investment in Iran’s oil and gas industry, as well as putting serious restrictions on banking, insurance, and transportaiton from the nation. The sanctions are in addition to previously announced EU sanctions, as well as the UN Security Council sanctions.

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The Sayan are determined to get a war with Iran going.

Jul 21 09:24

Indiana Jones and the Salvation of the Swastika

The swastika is over seven thousand years old and was as close to ubiquitous as symbols get. It was common coinage in: North and South America, Europe and Asia Minor, the Subcontinent, as well as the entire Orient. Astoundingly, in every place it was in use it was viewed as a symbol of felicity and good luck. The irresistible question is: Was there ever a symbol to match it? Keep in mind that it arose independently on three continents and each with the same meaning. In terms of a biblical conflating of symbols with the supernatural, the swastika is definitely spooky.

Jul 21 09:23

Madoff Trustee Sues 25 Fairfield Greenwich Affiliates

The trustee for convicted Ponzi scheme operator Bernard Madoff's firm sued more than two dozen affiliates of Fairfield Greenwich Group and its founding partners late Tuesday, saying they wrongly enriched themselves from the fraud.

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Is there a right way to enrich yourself from a fraud?

Jul 21 09:20

Public Anger and Distrust of Business and Government

An April 2010 Pew Research Center (PRC) for the People & Press study and others report growing public anger, distrust, and hostility toward business and government because of a "perfect storm of conditions" - wrecked economies, fueling "epic discontent" toward responsible officials.

PRC found nearly 80% of Americans don't trust government to do the right thing, the highest distrust level in half a century.

Jul 21 09:18

NC NAACP head arrested before school board meeting

An NAACP leader in North Carolina who claims a school board's policy will resegregate schools has been arrested at the board's meeting.

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Yet another indication that race is being promoted as the major issue for this campaign.

Jul 21 09:14

Watch Out! Those With Debts Will Go Broke in Coming Deflationary Depression – Here’s Why

We have had massive monetary creation for decades now which we have finally come to the day of reckoning. We do not know if the top will be next month, next year or even later but we certainly are getting to the top where we cannot buy our way out of the problem through a new stimulus injection… The truth is that a terrible, deflationary depression is probably starting in the coming months.

Jul 21 09:09

UPDATE on 7 yr old murdered by cop. It was a head shot.

Sleeping 7 year old girl murdered by a police officer in Detroit, who is now on paid leave, was shot through through the head. "Coroner changes Aiyana's death certificate to reflect head wound"

Jul 21 09:08

White House Criticized for Summary Firing of USDA Official as Race Controversy Grows

The tape and firing continued a political controversy that began last week when the NAACP passed a resolution condemning the tea party movement for racism. That drew fire from conservatives like Sarah Palin as well as African-American tea party-backed candidates across the country who complained the civil rights organization had manufactured a racial controversy.

On his program Tuesday Glenn Beck said Sherrod deserved an opportunity to tell her side of the story before being fired.

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Breitbart, FOX News, and the White House, together with everyone who demanded Sherrod's head on a platter are looking like horses' rear ends this morning. And I thin they all got suckered because as I speculated on yesterday's radio show, the Democrats are trying to make racism the main issue going into November. This all began when the NAACP stated screaming that the Tea Party was racist (it isn't; it is a tax protest party) triggering this ill-conceived retaliation.

he good news is that racism as an election issue may have just been hoisted on its own petard with this stunt, removing it as a major issue from this campaign.

Jul 21 09:00

Mel Gibson's Career Not Over Yet

Media analyst and Hollywood observer James Hirsen tells Newsmax that the Mel Gibson heard ranting and raving against his ex-girlfriend on a series of audiotapes “is not the person that I know.”

Hirsen also cautions that it’s too early to say whether the tapes have destroyed the Oscar-winning actor-director’s career.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

We all say things in private moments of anger that we do not wish to be made public. The things I say when (for example) I find out that BOTH 4-month old hard drives are failing in my computer would shut down the radio stations that carry my program.

When one is a celebrity, there is the risk that people will goad you into saying something negative so they can take revenge (or make a fast buck) selling the tape to the media. We went through that out here with Dog the Bounty Hunter who was sold out by a family member. As onerous as some may find Mel's statements, they are in fact covered under the First Amendment right to freely express his opinions.

Jul 21 08:51

We will thrash Taliban: Obama

US President Barack Obama told that US will continue it's fight against the terrorist group Taliban, who killed innocent civilians in the US and the UK.

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Prove it, President Pussy.

Because your word is no longer sufficient, not after breaking your campaign promise to end the wars as your first act in office.

Second, your tough talk about about avenging the deaths of Americans is undermined by the fact that Israel attacked a US-flagged ship and American citizens in international waters, and you ... did ... absolutely ... nothing ... about ... it! So kindly can the bovine excrement, President Pussy, because we all know the real reason you are prolonging the war in Afghanistan.



In Afghan fields the poppies grow.
Between the crosses.
Row on row.

Jul 21 08:31

BP testimony: Officials knew of key safety problem on rig

BP officials knew about a problem on a crucial well safety device at least three months before the catastrophic April 20 explosion in the Gulf of Mexico but failed to repair it, according to testimony Tuesday from the company's well manager.

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That is a criminal offense, and the BP officials need to go to jail.

Jul 21 08:31

Rachel Corrie's Hometown Divests From Israel

A food co-op in the hometown of Rachel Corrie, the American activist killed by an Israeli bulldozer in 2003 and namesake of a Gaza aid ship earlier this year, has launched a divestment campaign against Israeli products, Haaretz reported Tuesday.

The Olympia, Washington Food Co-op board of directors met last week to make the final decision to endorse the boycott. "A couple of board members were concerned about what will be the financial effect on the organization, but it’s minimal," board member Rob Richards told Haaretz. "For me personally there is a moral imperative that goes beyond any financial concern. So we decided to adopt the boycott which went into effect the next day."

Jul 21 08:24

The Other Tragedy

News coming from Iran everyday are not even one millimeter away from their announced position to uphold their just rights to peace and development, but they include a new element: they have already managed to produce 20 kilograms of 20 per cent enriched uranium –an amount enough to produce a nuclear artifact-, which is making all those who long ago decided to attack them to go even crazier. I discussed this with our ambassadors on Friday 16.

Not even Obama could change that decision –nor has he given so far any indication he would be determined to do that.

Jul 21 08:20

Amiri Told CIA Iran Has No Nuclear Bomb Programme

July 20, 2010 -- WASHINGTON, 19 Jul (IPS) - Contrary to a news media narrative that Iranian scientist Shahram Amiri has provided intelligence on covert Iranian nuclear weapons work, CIA sources familiar with the Amiri case say he told his CIA handlers that there is no such Iranian nuclear weapons programme, according to a former CIA officer.

Gee, this sounds familiar.

Jul 21 08:18

Inside the Israeli Knesset

WHEN I was first elected to the Knesset, I was appalled at what I found. I discovered that, with rare exceptions, the intellectual level of the debates was close to zero. They consisted mainly of strings of clichés of the most commonplace variety. During most of the debates, the plenum was almost empty. Most participants spoke vulgar Hebrew. When voting, many members had no idea what they were voting for or against, they just followed the party whip.

Jul 21 08:16

US intelligence reliant on 'contractors'

WASHINGTON: US intelligence agencies are dangerously dependent on contractors, with 30 per cent of the spy workforce potentially bound to shareholders more than the nation.

Despite a ban on private hands performing "inherently government functions", 265,000 of the 854,000 people with top-secret clearance in the US are contractors, working in all the most sensitive areas, the Washington Post revealed yesterday. The claims came on the same day that President Barack Obama's nominee to run US intelligence efforts, James Clapper, headed to Capitol Hill for a confirmation hearing.

Jul 21 08:16

Israeli attack kills Palestinian in Gaza

At least one Palestinian has been killed and eight others have been wounded in an Israeli attack in northern parts of the Gaza Strip, medics and witnesses say.

It was not immediately clear why the Israeli soldiers opened fire on Palestinians in the town of Beit Hanun near the Israeli border.

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Sometimes the Israelis just feel like shooting Palestinians!

Jul 21 08:12

Gold Coin Sellers Angered by New Tax Law

Those already outraged by the president's health care legislation now have a new bone of contention -- a scarcely noticed tack-on provision to the law that puts gold coin buyers and sellers under closer government scrutiny.

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... and taxes

Jul 21 08:11

Pro-Israel group attacks Sestak in Pennsylvania Senate race

The race for Pennsylvania’s junior Senate seat between Democrat Rep. Joe Sestak and former Republican Rep. Pat Toomey is heating up and American policy toward Israel is taking center stage.

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A foreign nation takes center stage in an American election?

I mean, shouldn't America take center stage in an American election?

We have major problems with the AMERICAN economy. We have two failed AMERICAN wars. AMERICAN coal mines are caving in. AMERICAN bridges are collapsing. AMERICAN beaches are covered in oil. AMERICAN fishing grounds are poisoned. AMERICAN schools are shutting down. AMERICAN police forces are laying officers off. AMERICAN society is nearing collapse and these two morons have their knickers in a twist about Israel, the nation that only recently attacked American citizens in international waters?!?
No government can serve two masters, and a government that serves Israel cannot serve the American people. A friend to Israel is no friend of America, especially after the attack on American aid workers in international waters!

America needs leaders who will put America first, second, and third.

Jul 21 08:01

Billionaire Pedophile Goes Free

Hedge fund mogul Jeffrey Epstein becomes a free man today, five years after he was first accused of sexually abusing underage girls. After months of reporting, The Daily Beast’s Conchita Sarnoff reveals exclusive details of the investigation and the legal wrangling that saved him from a long prison term.

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Cue the Roman Polanski fan club screaming, "See? See? It's really no big deal!!!"

Jul 21 07:59

'Mossad agents' expelled from Mauritius

Israeli men arrested upon arrival on island by officers claiming they came to spy on Dubai citizens.

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"No, really, honest; we just wanna watch them. That's all. Really.

Jul 21 07:56

BP: A Long, Bloody History of Reckless Greed

British Petroleum, the company responsible for the worst single-source environmental catastrophe in U.S. history, has over its 100-year history caused a number of environmental and workplace disasters. But the harm BP has caused goes further. In the early 1950s, BP and the British government convinced the U.S. to overthrow the democratic government of Iran - an action that has had disastrous consequences for Iran, the U.S., and the Middle East to this day.

Jul 21 07:51

Sources: Blagojevich sticking by his decision not to testify

It looks like former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich hasn’t changed his mind about not testifying in his own defense against corruption charges, sources told the Chicago Sun-Times this morning.

Jul 21 07:51

Secret gold swap has spooked the market

It takes a lot to spook the solid old gold market. But when it emerged last week that one or more banks had lent 380 tonnes of gold to the Bank of International Settlements in return for foreign currencies, there was widespread surprise and confusion

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font size=4>Ever notice how these little events that shake confidence in gold always happen at the start of a drop in the stock market?

Jul 21 07:49

When will the Israelis learn?

on Tuesday that his forces were ready to move on inhabited areas in Lebanon where Hizbullah is allegedly stockpiling its arsenal, should his country and the Shiite group soon come to blows.

We wonder whether the head of Israel’s military will next inform us that the sun rises in the east. We would encourage Ashkenazi to consult the history of his forces, which have attacked almost nothing but inhabited areas during their regular parades of military hardware through our country.

Jul 21 07:45

On The Israeli Right's New 'Peace' Agenda by Gilad Atzmon

As the Israelis are becoming conscious of their inevitable tragic circumstances, a final desperate attempt to rescue the Zionist project has come to life. Astonishingly enough it is the Israeli right that is now pushing for ‘one binational State.’ It is pretty staggering to find out that while the Israeli so-called ‘left’ is locked within the 1967 territorial paradigm that is fueled by Judeo centric racial ideology, it is actually the hawkish Zionist thinkers who are willing to move the discourse forward.

Jul 21 07:43


Instead of talking ‘Peace’, Israel discloses its plans for their next war….

“The IDF has … implemented operational changes in its orders and combat doctrine designed to further minimize civilian casualties and damage to civilian property in the future,” the report said.

Jul 21 07:42


He easily forgets that most Ashkenazi Jews are actually Russians, poles, and other East Europeans of Khazari origin, brought by Zionism to Palestine to live on land that belongs to another people. Besides, since when did God promise these racist thugs the land of Palestine?”

Jul 21 07:41


“Never Again” means never again to crimes against humanity and dehumanization anywhere in the world. Liberate all ghettos.

Jul 21 07:40

Michigan Says Enough To Fed: Takes Matters Into Own Hands As It Starts Using Own Currency...And Gold

If the ruling kleptocrats, pardon, the Fed, demand on being such an intimate part of everyday life, and procuring all of the population's real wealth and cash producing assets in the process, said population has a choice of either going with this sheepish approach, and meekly allowing the loaded gun to be parked at its temple, or do what Michigan, with its 99.9% real unemployment, has decided to do.

Jul 21 07:33

$500,000 Damages in Genetic Rice Trial

A federal jury awarded a rice farmer $500,000 for his claim that genetically modified rice contaminated his crop. It was the third of five "bellwether" trials involving hundreds of lawsuits that farmers have filed against Bayer CropScience. The complaints are the result of an August 2006 announcement that LibertyLink, a herbicide-resistant rice, had somehow been released from testing facilities. The rice had not yet been approved for sale for human consumption, causing rice futures to plunge.

Jul 21 07:31

NAACP 'snookered' over video of former USDA employee

The NAACP has retracted its original statement condemning comments made by a former Agriculture Department official who resigned after a video clip surfaced of her discussing a white farmer.

The NAACP said in a statement Tuesday that it was "snookered by Fox News" and conservative website publisher Andrew Breitbart.

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I am still operating on the theory that race relations are being disrupted to make this the issue for the November elections.

Jul 21 07:29

All immigrants face mandatory language test

Her first language is English. Yet like all other skilled immigrants applying to settle in Canada, the American corporate lawyer must now take a language test to prove her English is good enough to settle here.

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Back in the 1980s, when I worked briefly in Germany and Italy, I made a point of learning as much of those languages as I could to be able to get around, because that is the courteous thing to do. I never really mastered those languages, of course, but the mere fact that I was making the attempt impressed the locals and they extended every courtesy to help me along. In contrast, other Americans who showed up assuming that everyone would speak English for them (a group of Texans at Herrenchiemsee is a particularly vivid memory) got a major cold shoulder. Most Germans and Italians do speak excellent English; they just resented the attitude that they had to do it to please the noisy foreigners.

Jul 21 07:22

Jurists say Arab's rape conviction sets dangerous precedent

Sabbar Kashur, 30, had consensual sex with a woman after he posed as a Jewish bachelor interested in a long-term relationship.

When the woman found Kashur was not a Jew but an Arab, she filed a police complaint that led to charges of rape and indecent assault.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Interesting. There was another country that had laws criminalizing sex between the "pure" race and the "mongrels." Can't recall the name of the place off the top my my head but their leader wore this crazy Charlie Chaplain mustache... :)

Jul 21 07:18

The phony "withdraw" hype

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The troop levels haven't changed. The troop labels have changed.

Jul 21 06:19

Edward Bernays and the Assassination of Democracy

From Episode Two of the film series "The Century of the Self" by Adam Curtis. The nephew of Sigmund Freud, Edward Bernays started his business life as a publicist. While still in his twenties, he was part of the propaganda effort that drove the United States into in World War I (WW I.)

He personally advised several US presidents starting with Woodrow Wilson and counseled numerous corporations and business associations. Hitler's propaganda chief and Nazi henchman Joseph Goebbels was a reader and fan of Bernay's writing in particular Bernay's book "Crystalizing Public Opinion."

In this short excerpt from Curtis's film we see one example of Bernays at work.