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Oct 06 21:46

Is the Amero for Real?

Hi folks,

This is my most popular article - poorly written I've been told , since I am only a rabbit, and is very confusing. But I think it is worth looking at because there are a lot of links - in light of all current events. Also I need to add here my personal opinion - yes, this is REAL.

Jack Rabbit

Oct 06 20:44

Say WHAT? Matt Lauer to RFK Jr: “How’s Your Dad?”

Last week, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. stopped by NBC’s The Today Show to promote his latest book, Robert Smalls: The Boat Thief. But before he could even begin to tell the story of this African-American Civil War hero, host Matt Lauer had to pop right off and ask him the most tasteless, idiotic question imaginable:

“So,” Lauer asks gushingly, “I just gotta ask…how’s your Dad doing?”

Oct 06 20:33

The Federal Reserve: History of Lies, Thievery, and Deceit

The idea came about on a meeting in Jekyl Island off the coast of Georgia in 1910. The bankers in this country, especially J.P. Morgan, created a currency panic in 1907 in order to get the American people to accept the idea of a central bank.

Oct 06 19:46

Max Keiser on global markets plunging

The dollar will soon decline and gold will soon rise.

Oct 06 19:39

Iceland is on the brink of collapse

Iceland is on the brink of collapse. Inflation and interest rates are raging upwards. The krona, Iceland's currency, is in freefall and is rated just above those of Zimbabwe and Turkmenistan. One of the country's three independent banks has been nationalised, another is asking customers for money, and the discredited government and officials from the central bank have been huddled behind closed doors for three days with still no sign of a plan. International banks won't send any more money and supplies of foreign currency are running out.

Oct 06 18:55

McCain: The Most Reprehensible of the Keating Five

You're John McCain, a fallen hero who wanted to become president so desperately that you sold yourself to Charlie Keating, the wealthy con man who bears such an incredible
resemblance to The Joker.

Obviously, Keating thought you could make it to the White House, too.

He poured $112,000 into your political campaigns. He became your friend. He threw fund raisers in your honor. He even made a sweet shopping-center investment deal for your wife, Cindy. Your father-in-law, Jim Hensley, was cut in on the deal, too.

Oct 06 11:51

End the Fed

On November 22, 1910 a malevolent Creature was conceived in the darkness.

Ninety-eight years after its illegitimate conception, we will gather at the gates of its lair to signal the beginning of its end.

Oct 06 10:33

Mishaps mark John McCain's record as naval aviator

Well, it looks like the MSM is finally getting around to reporting on what McCain did while in the Navy:

http://rockcreekfreepress.tumblr.com/post/35321150/navy-releases-mccai...

But, so far the MSM has not investigated this issue.

If his records does reflect what is being reported by Wayne Madsen, then McCain was guilty of gross dereliction of duty and should have been court-martialed.

Oct 06 10:20

Prices for 16 basic food items shoot up in third quarter

Supermarket prices for 16 basic food items surged to a record in the third quarter because of higher commodity costs and increased processing and transportation expenses, the American Farm Bureau Federation said Thursday.

The average cost of typical weekly consumer purchases rose 11% to $48.68 in the three months ended Sept. 30, from $44.03 a year earlier, the federation said. Costs rose 4.3% from the second quarter.

"Sustained high costs for processing, hauling and refrigerating food products are reverberating at the retail level," said Jim Sartwelle, an economist for the federation.

The share of the food dollar that went to farmers and ranchers fell to 19% in the quarter, the lowest in the quarterly survey's 20-year history and down from about 32% in 1980, the federation said.

Retail prices for flour, potatoes, cheddar cheese and apples showed the largest increases in the quarter. A 5-pound bag of flour cost $2.62, up 37% from a year earlier, while 5 pounds of potatoes rose 32% to $3.38. Prices for cheddar cheese and apples surged 21%.

Oct 06 09:38

How to create the ultimate encrypted flash drive

To create your own ultimate encrypted flash drive, here is what you’ll need to do. Keep in mind, this procedure has been done with the latest 6.0a version of TrueCrypt.

Oct 06 09:06

Voter purge backfires - Democrats add more than 800,000 voters and Republicans lose 300,000 in eight tightly fought states

A record-breaking season for voter registration drives ends Monday in nearly half the nation's states, closing the books on a process that has helped Democrats and hurt Republicans in many states crucial to the fortunes of Barack Obama and John McCain.

Democrats have added more than 800,000 voters and Republicans have lost 300,000 in eight of the most tightly fought states in the presidential race: Florida, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Colorado, Iowa, Nevada, New Mexico and New Hampshire.

Oct 06 06:45

Do you trust politicians?

YES
1% (26 votes)
NO
99% (2248 votes)
Total votes: 2274
Oct 06 06:35

Another meltdown Monday as London shares crash again

Shares in London and the rest of Europe crashed today in what dealers were calling another "meltdown Monday".

The FTSE 100 plunged when trading began and had fallen by 6% by mid-morning. By midday it was 271 points lower at 4708.5, off 5.5%, putting the index on track for one of its worst day's trading ever. There were equally sharp falls in other European markets and in Asia overnight as Europe's banking sector was rocked over the weekend by a series of crisis talks and amid fears over the stability of Iceland's economy.

Oct 06 05:54

George W. Bush: Torturing Democracy in So Many Ways

If you need a reminder of the reasons to celebrate the approaching end of George W. Bush’s tenure as president of the United States, search no further than Torturing Democracy.

This powerful, damning documentary will air on selected PBS television stations this month, among them WNET-Channel 13 in New York City. The entire film also will be available online for viewing at www.torturingdemocracy.org starting Oct. 10.

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