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"The three victor nations, Russia, America and Britain, collaborated together at Nuremberg to fabricate the horrorillusion, which would enable the US/UK to gain the post-war moral high ground, even after incinerating the German cities with two million tons of bombs. People were loath to believe that such a thing could have happened – until maybe after Iraq, when we saw how British-American intelligence had fabricated the Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) lie without a tremor of conscience. Only then, I suggest, does it start to dawn upon the world that the notion of big human gas chambers was the original WMD hoax." -- Dr. Nicholas Kollerstrom Breaking the Spell — The Holocaust, Myth & Reality

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March 19, 2010

Mar 19 08:39

The Biden Incident

Why did President Barack Obama choose to turn a gaffe into a crisis in U.S.-Israeli relations?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

To give Israel the illusion of delinking prior to a US attack on Iran?

Mar 19 08:37

Colorado Springs man allegedly sabotaged TSA computers

A former employee of the Transportation Security Administration has been indicted by the Denver federal grand jury for attempting to sabotage TSA computers that enable TSA airport personnel to spot potential terrorists before they board airliners.

Mar 19 08:36

Stink On U.S. Airways Plane Caused By Exhaust Fumes

Remember that funny-smelling U.S. Airways plane that sent passengers and crew to the hospital for the third time in less than three months? Well, the FAA thinks they know what was behind the most recent incident -- exhaust fumes.

The plane didn't even make to the runway in Charlotte, NC, the other day when two passengers and seven crew members aboard a Jamaica-bound flight noticed a bizarre odor and began to feel ill shortly after pushing back from the gate.

According to the FAA, there were faulty seals on the rear doors of the Boeing 767. And a strong tailwind on the tarmac caused exhaust fumes from the engines to infiltrate the cabin.

The plane is once again grounded until this latest problem is fixed.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Plenty of cash for naked body scanners for the TSA child rapists to drool over your naked children, but no money to keep the actual aircraft repaired. Welcome to Ameristan!

Mar 19 08:32

Netanyahu's brother-in-law: Obama is an anti-Semite



Emigrate While You Still Can - Finca Bayano In Panama!

Finco Bayano
Mar 19 08:32

Bernanke footnote: Fed wants end to ‘minimum reserve requirements’

"The Federal Reserve believes it is possible that, ultimately, its operating framework will allow the elimination of minimum reserve requirements, which impose costs and distortions on the banking system," footnote number nine, at the bottom of the page, explains without additional qualification.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Now, pay attention class, because there will be a quiz on this later.

Contrary to a published piece of innocent idiocy yesterday, the reserve requirement is not simply a percentage of deposited cash that must be kept in the bank versus deposited cash loaned out.

The Federal Reserve system and all its member banks are legally allowed to create new money out of thin air when they need it, an activity which would be a crime for any other citizen called counterfeiting, and an activity which under the 1792 Coinage Act is a capitol crime for all.

The Reserve Requirement imposes a limit on the amount of money the Federal Reserve banks can create out of thin air as a multiple of the actual deposited cash they have on hand. For example, if a bank has $100 in actual deposits, they can loan out $800. Since most bank transactions no longer involve actual paper notes, the creation of the new money is accomplished simply by typing into a computer terminal.

What Bernanke is actually asking for is the removal of all limits on the creation of new money so that the Federal Reserve can simply create as much new money as it wants so that Helicopter Ben can shower it all over Wall Street under the aegis of a "loan" to the US Government.

You, as an ordinary citizen are expected to repay this loan and to live with the results of the inevitable hyper-inflation that will follow.

For Ben and his cronies, this is a great deal. It is, of course, a disaster for the rest of us.

Mar 19 08:29

Obama, Israel Agree to ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Policy on East Jerusalem Settlements

After last week’s announced settlement expansion effectively torpedoed the indirect peace talks with the Palestinian Authority, the Israeli government is will to do almost anything to build “trust,” so long as it doesn’t involve the only thing the PA actually wants, abandoning that settlement expansion.

Now, Israel has reportedly reached an agreement with the Obama Administration on something called a “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy. In short, Israel would continue to expand settlements in occupied East Jerusalem with impunity, but they wouldn’t make a big deal of announcing those expansions in the press.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, the bottom line here is that Israel does whatever it wants regarding the illegal settlement issue, and the US will just sit by and let it happen, with not even so much as a murmur.

Stopping these illegal settlements is a core issue for Palestinians and the rest of the Arab world.

So much for the US ever being seen as an "honest broker" for peace in the region, or the world, ever again.

If such an agreement has actually been brokered, it will simply be a further demonstration of the degree to which Israel controls US foreign policy, period, end of discussion.

Mar 19 08:28

US Department of Justice Asked to Regulate AIPAC as a Foreign Agent of the Israeli Government

WASHINGTON, March 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The US Department of Justice has been formally asked to begin regulating the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) as the foreign agent of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs. A 392 page legal filing presented by a four person IRmep delegation in a two hour meeting with top officials of the Internal Security Section substantiated the following case for AIPAC's immediate registration:

Mar 19 08:23

The Pentagon Church Militant and Us

When it comes to our nation’s military affairs, ignorance is not bliss. What’s remarkable then, given the permanent state of war in which we find ourselves, is how many Americans seem content not to know.


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Mgid
Mar 19 08:23

More cuts loom as state faces $295m in red ink

Massachusetts is potentially facing a new budget gap of up to $295 million this year, a grim forecast that state officials said could spell yet another round of painful cuts before the fiscal year ends in June.

Mar 19 08:22

Should Conspiratorial Thinking Be The Default Position?

Considering the number of times governments have been caught lying over the last few decades, we have to ask the question, should the belief that major world events and political developments happen as a result of a conspiracy of some form or other be the default position in contemporary thinking, or should we continue to blindly trust government and afford it the credibility it plainly doesn’t deserve in order to maintain a perceived sense of order?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Trust arrives on foot but leaves on horseback. The fact is that the US Government is in the middle of a huge credibility crisis of its own making and anyone still declaring an abiding trust of the government is either getting paid by that government or should not be allowed to operate machinery as they are clearly a danger to themselves and others.

Mar 19 08:21

U.S. tough love is the kind Israel needs

Israel - addicted to the occupation, and showing symptoms of overdose and accumulated damage - has finally found a savior to rescue it from its plight. Israel's redeemer hasn't just stood idly by for 40 years, but has even facilitated the habit. However, it seems that change may at last be in the air.

Mar 19 08:19

'Deeming' vs. the Constitution

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she will ram the unpopular Senate health bill through the House without a vote. Article 1, Sect. 7 of the Constitution says she can't.

Many House Democrats are reluctant to go on record in support of the Senate bill. Pelosi's strategy is to "deem" it passed, go straight to a vote on a package of reconciliation "fixes" and then present both the Senate bill and reconciliation package to the president for signing.

In recent years, the US Supreme Court has twice struck down attempts to abbreviate the lawmaking process required by Article 1, Sect 7. Though it's been used before on less controversial legislation, Pelosi's tactic won't survive a constitutional challenge.


Mar 19 08:16

Jewish Voice For Peace - AIPAC does NOT represent us!

Mar 19 08:13

Obama backs plan to legalize illegals

President Obama gave a thumbs up Thursday to the outline of a plan to legalize illegal immigrants and create a flow of low-skilled foreign workers for the future, saying the immigration bill being worked on by a Republican and a Democrat is "promising."

The senators also proposed to turn all Social Security cards into tamper-proof IDs to be checked by employers when they are about to hire a worker. The cards would include biometric information designed to prevent counterfeiting -- but the senators said the information would not be stored in a government database.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Never believe what this government says about not storing data in a permanent database: that will ultimately be the next step.

Mar 19 08:07

Anti-Defamation League Goes After Petraeus, Calls His Views 'Dangerous'

General David Petraeus has come under fire from the Anti-Defamation League for comments he made before the Senate Armed Services Committee this week in which he suggested that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict foments anti-American sentiment due to the perception that the US favors Israel.

"Enduring hostilities between Israel and some of its neighbors present distinct challenges to our ability to advance our interests in the area of responsibility," Petraeus said Wednesday. "Arab anger over the Palestinian question limits the strength and depth of U.S. partnerships with governments and peoples [in the region]."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Israel doesn't like it at all when someone in the US military not only has a magnificent grasp of the obvious, but actually states it in public.

Mar 19 08:05

Republicans assail IRS provision in health care bill

Ranking member Dave Camp (R-Mich.) said many Americans have already rejected the call for health care reform for other reasons and an expansion of the IRS should only add to call to "kill the bill."

Taxpayers could be required to buy insurance under President Barack Obama’s reform proposal by 2014 or face penalties of roughly $325 per individual that the IRS would collect.


Mar 19 08:04

Don't Blame the Military - Blame the Leadership

Although troops are tasked with carrying out the orders of their higher-ups the buck cannot simply stop there. No way. Graphic Pics-and some music!

Mar 19 08:03

Rebellion in America heats up as 5th state exempts guns

A fifth state – South Dakota – has decided that guns made, sold and used within its borders no longer are subject to the whims of the federal government through its rule-making arm in the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, and two supporters of the growing groundswell say they hope Washington soon will be taking note.

South Dakota Gov. Mike Rounds has signed into law his state’s version of a Firearms Freedom Act that first was launched in Montana. It already is law there, in Tennessee, Utah and Wyoming, which took the unusual step of specifying criminal penalties – including both fines and jail time – for federal agents attempting to enforce a federal law on a “personal firearm” in the Cowboy State.

Mar 19 08:02

Netanyahu, Clinton Talk: Israeli Leader Plans Meeting In US Next Week

Hoping to defuse a fight between friends, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton agreed Thursday to meet next week in Washington to confront an embarrassing dispute over Israeli land claims.

The Obama administration's special envoy for Mideast peace, George Mitchell, prepared to return to the region for talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Translation: Netanyahu is coming to Washington to lay down the law, in no uncertain terms, about the impending US military strike against Iran.

Were I a betting person, I would almost be willing to bet that this visit has little to do with the settlement issue.

Mar 19 08:00

Douglas Christie: Thoughts on the Release of Ernst Zündel


Mar 19 07:59

Gov. Barbour trims another $40.6M from FY 2010 budget

Governor Haley Barbour has ordered another $40.6 million in budget cuts for the current fiscal year after the state revenue estimating committee lowered its projection for Fiscal Year 2010. This reduction brings the total amount of cuts this year to $499.1 million.

Mar 19 07:58

North Texas home foreclosures hit new record monthly high

North Texas home foreclosure postings rose to a new record monthly high with 6,168 foreclosure notices filed for the upcoming April auction.

Mar 19 07:57

Australia: Electricity prices to rise by up to 64%

A NSW government rebate will be expanded to more than one million electricity consumers, to allay fears some families will be left in the dark by the state's largest-ever electricity price increases.

Electricity bills in NSW will soar by up to a total of 64 per cent over the next three years, with the federal government's proposed carbon pollution reduction scheme (CPRS) and rising network infrastructure costs largely to blame.

The outcome has sparked fears other states and territories could be similarly affected if the CPRS goes ahead in 20011/12 as planned.

Mar 19 07:55

Mammograms cause 7,000 women to receive false positives each year in the UK

Controversy over the legitimacy of mammography has been heating up worldwide as increasing numbers of medical professionals, industry watchdogs, consumer advocates, and others are recognizing that mammography is failing to achieve what it was intended to do. Not only does it improperly detect cancer cells, but it often subjects women to needless treatments that end up causing them more harm than good.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It's all about selling products and services, rather than concern for health.


Mar 19 07:54

Conservative Debbie Schlussel Outs Hannity's "Scam"

The conservative blogger Debbie Schlussel deserves a fair hearing on this one, and respect from the progressive community. It's the rare conservative these days who will follow the actual facts where they lead, and speak the truth even when it is inconvenient to the movement or to his or her self interest.

She has come right out and called Sean Hannity's "Freedom Alliance" and their "Freedom Concerts" a "scam," raising money that is mostly spent on luxury travel and personal perks, with only a small portion going to help the wounded veterans and their families who are the supposed beneficiaries of FA's "Freedom Concerts."

Mar 19 07:52

'Pension tsunami' threatens schools

School officials have known for years that payments into the Public School Employees' Retirement System would be increasing.

But only recently has the so-called "pension tsunami" hit home as districts prepare their 2010-11 budgets.

The bottom line: Pennsylvania and its public schools are facing a financial nightmare of historic proportions.

And taxpayers are caught in the middle of it all.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

And the US Federal Government, by giving tax credits to corporations to move high paying jobs off shore, and by deregulating Wall Street, bears the sole blame for the present disaster.

Mar 19 07:51

Quartet tells Israel to halt settlement activity

The Quartet for the Middle East on Friday urged Israel to stop building settlements and set a target for a final deal with the Palestinians within two years.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

More impotent sound and fury, which, at the end of the end of the day, will accomplish...absolutely nothing.

Mar 19 07:50

Hundreds of teachers get preliminary layoff notices

Nearly 800 teachers at some of the San Bernardino area's largest school districts could lost their jobs by the start of the next school year after receiving pink slips in recent weeks.

Hundreds more teachers at smaller districts also were warned.

Read more: http://www.sbsun.com/news/ci_14681248?source=email#ixzz0idNkjzNU

Webmaster's Commentary: 

No money for educating our children, but lots of money for Israel and for buying bunker-buster bombs to drop on other countries, right?



Owl 1
Mar 19 07:49

Billionaires and Mega-Corporations Behind Immense Land Grab in Africa

The experience of Nyikaw Ochalla, an indigenous Anuak from the Gambella region of Ethiopia now living in Britain but who is in regular contact with farmers in his region, is typical. He said: "All of the land in the Gambella region is utilised. Each community has and looks after its own territory and the rivers and farmlands within it. It is a myth propagated by the government and investors to say that there is waste land or land that is not utilised in Gambella.

"The foreign companies are arriving in large numbers, depriving people of land they have used for centuries. There is no consultation with the indigenous population. The deals are done secretly. The only thing the local people see is people coming with lots of tractors to invade their lands."

Mar 19 07:49

Board approves layoffs for 560

Around 560 Waukegan School District employees -- more than a quarter of the entire staff roster -- will receive notices soon that their jobs will be cut at the end of the current school year in the face of a $9.74 million budget shortfall.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

But there is enough money for Israel and for bunker-buster bombs!

Mar 19 07:48

Siemens Plans 4,200 Layoffs from IT Division

Engineering and industrial-technology conglomerate Siemens announced March 18 it will lay off 4,200 employees in the IT division, in what some news sources are claiming is preparation for an IT division spinoff. Siemens said it plans to invest $500 million euros in SIS, its IT solutions and services business, by 2012.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I guess we know the reason for that recent corporate image ad campaign!

Mar 19 07:46

FBI seeks records from Sarasota County school district

The FBI has ordered the Sarasota County School District to turn over information about top former officials and their dealings with a $13 million contract for electronic white boards.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is what the school was buyi9ng.


Mar 19 07:44

Chairs of Both the 9/11 Commission and the Joint Intelligence Inquiry into 9/11 Said That Government Minders Obstructed the 9/11 Investigation

At a news conference, Mr. Kean described the presence of "minders" at the interviews as a form of intimidation. "I think the commission feels unanimously that it's some intimidation to have somebody sitting behind you all the time who you either work for or works for your agency," he said. "You might get less testimony than you would."

Mar 19 07:43

Arizona Drops Children's Health Insurance Program

Arizona on Thursday became the first state to eliminate its Children's Health Insurance Program when Gov. Jan Brewer signed an austere budget that will leave nearly 47,000 low-income children without coverage.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The conscience of a country is best demonstrated by how it takes care of the most fragile portions of its population; infants and children, and the elderly.

Mar 19 07:43

A Slimy Friend

Senate Banking Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd’s chief counsel in 2008 traded stock in Morgan Stanley, Wells Fargo & Co., American International Group Inc. and other rescued companies as the panel considered legislation to address the credit crisis, according to her financial disclosure form filed with the Senate.

Amy Friend, 51, who is now leading the panel’s effort to write a bill overhauling Wall Street regulations, bought $1,000- to-$15,000 stakes in four banks, weeks after Dodd hired her in January 2008, the form shows. She also owned shares of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, AIG and other insurance firms, according to the disclosure document, which she signed on June 5, 2009.

Mar 19 07:37

Atty. Gen. Holder Predicts bin Laden Will Never Be Captured Alive


Mar 19 07:04

Walgreens: no new Medicaid patients as of April 16

Effective April 16, Walgreens drugstores across the state won't take any new Medicaid patients, saying that filling their prescriptions is a money-losing proposition — the latest development in an ongoing dispute over Medicaid reimbursement.

Mar 19 07:01

Police Forces

If the police or courts make a mistake, they should pay for it. In a free market of justice, police making many errors would thus quickly be eliminated by bankruptcy.

Mar 19 07:01

Investigate 9/11 Just not too deep.

Investigate but dont go to deep, that is the message inside documents from senior officials with the Bush administration to the 9/11 commission as they search for answers after the attacks. Russ Baker says that the government doesnt want full disclosure on this issue and that people who investigate may be crossing the line.

Mar 19 06:59

100,000 civilian federal employees owe the IRS $962 million in back taxes

More than 3 percent of the 2.8 million federal civilian employees owed the Treasury unpaid federal income taxes in 2008, according to the IRS. If you include retirees and military service members, the numbers go from nearly 100,000 up to 276,000 current or former workers who owe $3 billion in taxes.



Lockerdome
Mar 19 06:57

Pelosi "Demon Pass" Strategy - Yet another Obama assault on the Constitution

Are Obama and Pelosi really ready to end their Don Quixote quest for health care and actually vote? No, Pelosi and Obama have adopted the "demon pass" procedure to avoid a vote yet get the bill.

Mar 19 06:49

2nd Amendment Right Saved Lives


Mar 19 06:02

Canadian Dollar rises sharply after inflation data

The Canadian dollar rose sharply on Friday after data showed Canada's annual core inflation rate unexpectedly rose in February, increasing pressure on the Bank of Canada to raise interest rates.

The Canadian dollar hit a session high of C$1.0100 or 99.01 U.S. cents, up from about C$1.0168, or 98.35 U.S. cents just before the report.

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Wow! And to think the Loonie was at 50 cents US a few years ago. I don't think things are any better here. They're just that much worse in the US!!!!!!!

Mar 19 05:57

You Have No Say About Your Military

Mar 19 05:48

Nothing Outside The State

A short treatise on fascism.

Mar 19 05:40

Doug Casey On All Things Fun (ATF)

Alcohol,tobacco and firearms.Sex Drugs and Rock and Roll. These are a few of our favorite things. Crap I'm down to just Rock n Roll!


March 18, 2010

Mar 18 23:40

A rough history of Atheism

BBC series - you can find the rest if you are interested.

Mar 18 22:46

Easier to find oil

Researchers at KTH have been able to prove that the fossils of animals and plants are not necessary to generate raw oil and natural gas. This result is extremely radical as it means that it will be much easier to find these energy sources and that they may be located all over the world.


Good news for us, bad news for big oil.
This article is from the web site of KTH Royal institute of technology
in Stockholm Sweden. So i take this really serious.

Mar 18 18:49

Hezbollah: Iran strike to ignite Mideast

Violence could spread across the Middle East with Israel paying a "heavy price" if it launched military action against Iran, the deputy leader of Hezbollah said on Thursday.

"Israel or the United States cannot just bomb Iran and (expect) things to continue normally," Sheikh Naim Qassem told Reuters. "Any attack on Iran could ignite the whole region and the assailant will pay a heavy price whether it's Israel or the United States."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Unfortunately, such an attack could well signal the beginning of World War III, involving both China and Russia on the side of Iran.

And both those countries have nukes.


Mar 18 18:17

Israeli flight took off on 9/11 bound for Tel Aviv; authorized by DOD

The flight departed JFK at 4:11 pm and its departure was, according to the El Al sources, authorized by the direct intervention of the U.S. Department of Defense. U.S. military officials were on the scene at JFK and were personally involved with the airport and air traffic control authorities to clear the flight for take-off.

According to the 9/11 Commission report, Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta ordered all civilian flights to be grounded at 9:45 am on September 11.

Mar 18 18:15

CLIMATEGATE - Freaking Amazing

Seriously? I love how the author says “it’s definitive.” If the Bush White House had gotten all the same groups together 8 years ago to say that Islamic terrorism was the greatest threat ever faced by every Federal Agency, would that have been “definitive” too? (In fact, exactly this happened, as every department made a pitch for why they needed new security funds).

Mar 18 18:14

CLIMATEGATE - Carbon market chaos strikes again

The Hungarian Government, the cheeky sods, figured out that if CERs were issued by the UN (and not the EU), they could use them to write off the obligations of some Hungarian companies, and then, apparently, sell them again, so others could use them to write off their obligations, too.

It’s like reselling a three-course meal after it’s been eaten.

When confronted, the Hungarian Government claimed the used CERs were only sold to non-European investors. (So that makes it alright then? Someone outside Europe wasted money?)

Except that, as things do in a “free” market, the used CERs turned up in the EU market anyway, and eventually someone noticed.

Mar 18 18:11

CLIMATEGATE -= The real hot topic is CSIRO's prediction on global warming

THE CSIRO, once our top scientific institution, this week showed how shoddy and politicised it's become.


Mar 18 17:11

PENTHOUSE - An Inconvenient Fraud?

Al Gore and his pals in the science establishment want us to totally change our lives because of a theory that might not even be true. Have the sacred cows of global warming been gored beyond repair?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Now, before you get on my case for linking to PENTHOUSE, I would like to remind everyone that way back in 1995, Sally Denton and Roger Morris wrote an article for the Washington Post based on surviving papers from assassinated Iran-Contra pilot Barry Seal, entitled "The Crimes of Mena."

This article detailed the evidence of government-sanctioned drug running that linked to three Presidents, Reagan, Bush Sr. and Clinton.

After having cleared the legal department for all possible questions of inaccurate statements, the article was scheduled for publication when just as the presses were set to roll, Washington Post Managing Editor Bob Kaiser (Like George Bush, a member of the infamous "Skull & Bones Fraternity), killed the article without explanation. Bob Kaiser refused to even meet with Sally Denton and Roger Morris, hiding in his office while his secretary made excuses.

In the end, it was PENTHOUSE magazine that had the courage to run the story that the Washington Post, the same Washington Post that did not hesitate to bring down Richard Nixon, feared to touch.

PENTHOUSE does it again.

Mar 18 16:36

Israeli Historian: Israel Could Find Itself Forced To Wipe Out Europe

Noted Israeli military historian Martin van Creveld stated that Israel could find itself one day forced to exterminate the European continent using all kinds of weapons including its nuclear arsenal if it felt its demise neared, stressing that Israel also considers Europe a hostile target.

Mar 18 16:26

Former Lehman Executives ‘Giggle’ at ‘Nonprofessionals’ Who Think Losing Billions of Dollars Is a Big Deal

"This morning's Post reports that former CEO Richard Fuld feels "vindicated" by the report, since Repo 105 is not illegal, but merely kind of skeazy. Others apparently feel the same way: "I'm like, whatever," a former managing director of Lehman London tells the Observer. "When I read this, I giggle a little bit, because $50 billion is a drop in the ocean."

Mar 18 16:23

Scientists supersize quantum mechanics

Next, the researchers put the quantum circuit into a superposition of 'push' and 'don't push', and connected it to the paddle. Through a series of careful measurements, they were able to show that the paddle was both vibrating and not vibrating simultaneously



Owl 2

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Mar 18 16:20

Obama: 'No crisis' in Israel ties

"I specifically sent Vice President Biden to Israel to send a message of support and reassurance about my belief that Israel's security is sacrosanct and that we have a host of shared interests," Obama told Fox News."

Mar 18 16:18

Ex-NY bank president first accused of TARP fraud

" The former president of New York's privately held Park Avenue Bank was arrested on Monday on fraud charges, the first person accused of attempting to steal U.S. government bailout funds in the financial crisis."

Mar 18 16:05

ISRAEL GOT WHAT IT WANTED

After weeks of provocative war mongering moves, such as opening a synagogue at Al Aqsa Mosque, refusing to let Muslim enter Al Aqsa Mosque, ethnically cleansing Muslims from their homes in East Jerusalem, announcing more land grabbing settlements of close to 2 thousand new psychotic settlers, and generally poking sticks and attempting to instigate fights with Muslims, Israel is today rejoicing, their work has now paid off.

Today a small rocket was fired into Israel (by a handful of dissidents) and a Thai agricultural worker died as a result, this is very sad for the innocent man, however it is not a reason to once again bomb thousands of innocent Gazan civlians.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Personally I think that rocket was fired by Israeli collaborators.


Mar 18 15:46

JINSA - Arab States Lose Faith in the United States Over Lack of Action on Iran, Administration Blames Israel

The briefers reported that there was a growing perception among Arab leaders that the U.S. was incapable of standing up to Israel, that CENTCOM's mostly Arab constituency was losing faith in American promises, that Israeli intransigence on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was jeopardizing U.S. standing in the region, and that [U.S. envoy and former Senator George] Mitchell himself was (as a senior Pentagon officer later bluntly described it) "too old, too slow ... and too late."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It is not just the US. The longer the United Nations is unable to constrain Israel to international law and UN Resolutions, the less credibility it has as a potential global government.

Also, check out the list of JINSA Advisers in the left menu.

Mar 18 15:18

Photos Reveal 'Lost' Soviet Moon Rover

On Tuesday, Canadian planetary scientist Phil Stooke posted an annotated version of one image to a message board, announcing what he thought to be an interesting new find: the final resting place of the Lunokhod 2, a long-dormant Soviet-era lunar rover famed among space scientists for its earlier record-setting travels.

Mar 18 14:44

1999 bombing in Russia - false flag?

1 hour 41 minutes

Mar 18 14:34

Fake Al Qaeda

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Israel is screaming that "Al Qaeda" launched the rocket from Gaza into Israel. So here is a reminder who "Al Qaeda" really is!

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Pixfuture
Mar 18 14:23

"THE BISHOP SAYS WE HAVE TO REPLACE THAT STAINED GLASS WINDOW, FATHER, AND RIGHT THE @#$% NOW!!!"

Mar 18 14:18

Report: Israel to offer 'don't ask don't tell' on East Jerusalem builds

Israel will not cancel the newly approved East Jerusalem construction project, but will postpone its execution to facilitate peace talks with the Palestinian Authority, a Washington Post report citing Israel's U.S. envoy said on Thursday.

Senior Post reporter Jackson Diehl, said that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to tell the Obama administration that he both cannot revoke the Ramat Shlomo expansion plan both for legal reasons and as a result of wide public support in continued building in Jerusalem.

Mar 18 14:16

Anti-Defamation League Goes After Gen. Petraeus

The Anti-Defamation League takes the unexpected step of criticizing Gen. David Petraeus, the widely respected commander of U.S. troops in the Middle East and South Asia, for his recent comments to the Senate Armed Services Committee that lack of progress on Israeli-Palestinian peace sets the “strategic context” for U.S. security fortunes in the region. “Gen. Petraeus has simply erred in linking the challenges faced by the U.S. and coalition forces in the region to a solution of the Israeli-Arab conflict, and blaming extremist activities on the absence of peace and the perceived U.S. favoritism for Israel,” the ADL’s Abraham Foxman says in a just-released statement. “This linkage is dangerous and counterproductive.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Yep, Israel is trying to delink itself from the coming US attack on Iran!

Mar 18 14:11

Kucinich Sells Out On Health Care After Ride In Air Force One

Democratic Congressman Dennis Kucinich has bowed to intense pressure, culminating in a jaunt onboard Air Force One with president Obama, and decided to to flip his vote on the pending health care bill to help ensure its passage.


Mar 18 14:09

THE PAST THREE DAYS IN JERUSALEM ~~ PHOTO ESSAY

On Tuesday tens of hundreds of Palestinians of all political persuasions took to the streets, alleys and sidewalks as widespread rioting and protests spread across East Jerusalem, the West Bank, Gaza and into Israel proper.

The worst violence in several years, something of a mini Intifadah or uprising, followed the Islamist movement Hamas calling for a ‘Day of Rage’ to protest Israel’s continued Judaisation of East Jerusalem and what Palestinians see as an attempt to take over Islamic holy sites.

Mar 18 14:06

Topless Gardener Causes A Stir In Boulder

Police spokeswoman Sarah Huntley says an officer told Pierce to consider wearing a shirt because children at the school across the street were playing outside.

Pierce's husband then complained to police. Huntley says a police supervisor agreed with Pierce's husband that Pierce wasn't breaking any laws.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Doesn't the City of Boulder have more pressing business that what a woman does on her own property, emphasis on "HER OWN PROPERTY!"

If anyone has a problem with naked breast, and I don't know anybody who does except the religious wackos (who should kindly shut the heck up until they deal with the child molestation going on in the choir loft!), they can LOOK THE OTHER WAY!

This is just another case of government intruding into personal behavior that is really none of their business, to justify their salaries and budgets.

Mar 18 14:01

House Health Care Bill Includes 3.8% Medicare Tax on Investment Income

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The health bill is not about health. It is about grabbing more of your money by a government desperate to avoid the financial mess they have created.

Mar 18 13:59

Colbert Skit Characterizes Census Paranoia as Right-Wing Kookery

Stephen Colbert’s satirical slap down of paranoia surrounding the 2010 Census on his Comedy Central show last night may have been funny, but only for the ignorant, since most of the issues he mocked are verifiably true and a serious concern for any American who cares about their privacy.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Under "Race" I put "Klingon." :)



Owl 3
Mar 18 13:45

Marc Faber: Suggests Gold Accumulation

Mar 18 13:43

GORDON DUFF: ATTORNEY GENERAL HOLDER HINTS AT BIN LADEN DEATH, FINALLY

Last month I was briefed by the highest sources of the Pakistani military. One of our more private discussions was on bin Laden. I know, we know and they know he is dead. Nobody has seen nor heard from bin Laden since he announced HE HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH 9/11. However, a series of sadly phony videos and audio tapes have been released, all tracked down to sources tied directly to Israeli intelligence services, have been presented by the media without any verification, a media, frankly, also tied directly as with FOX, ABC, NBC and CBS or as with CNN, through Wolf Blitzer, also to Israeli intelligence services.



Taboola
Mar 18 13:42

Wilkerson: We can bomb Iran for 70 days around the clock

Meanwhile, as the U.S. is pushing for sanctions to hinder Iran's nuclear programme, reports say Washington is already gearing up for an attack. A Scottish newspaper, The Sunday Herald, says hundreds of powerful bunker-buster bombs are being shipped to a military base on the British Garcia island, in the Indian Ocean. It was also used by the U.S. for strikes against Iraq during the 1993 and 2003 Gulf wars. Some experts say American bombers would be capable of destroying around ten thousand targets in Iran, in just a few hours. But former chief of staff to Colin Powell, Lawrence Wilkerson, says that any action would spell disaster for the U.S. military machine.

Mar 18 13:09

Blockbuster About To Die?

Shares of Blockbuster took a nosedive yesterday dropping more than .11 (approximately 29%) on rumors of bankruptcy being in the near future for the video rental giant...

Mar 18 12:57

Foreclosure Starts Up Nearly 20% in California

Notice of defaults, which represent the start of the foreclosure process in California, increased by 19.7 percent in February, according to new data released this week by a locally-based company that tracks every foreclosure in the state. The sudden jump comes after four straight months of declines, when default notices fell to their lowest level in a year. The about-face has quickly quelled any ideas that California might be starting to make its way out of a crippling housing crisis.

Mar 18 12:53

Larger Cash Shortfall Is Projected in Albany as Fiscal Year Nears End

New York will end the fiscal year on March 31 with at least $2 billion less in cash on hand than originally projected, the state’s comptroller said Wednesday, burdening lawmakers with another headache and making the prospect of achieving a budget agreement before the next fiscal year begins even more dim.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The problem is that the state are relying on the US Government's job figures for their projections, but we know the US Government has been fudging the numbers to make the problem look less severe than it really is. So the states keep coming up short!

Mar 18 12:51

Hydro-Quebec impact spurs Maine debate

Webmaster's Commentary: 

wind companies expect New England electricity users to pay a premium for subsidized wind power. Wait till the carbon tax is imposed.

Mar 18 12:50

Foreclosure filings up 7% in Colorado's 12 largest counties

Foreclosure filings in Colorado's largest counties rose 7 percent in February compared with the same month last year, according to a report released Wednesday.

Mar 18 12:49

Florida courts choking with foreclosure cases

State courts are taking brand new action to try and alleviate the chokehold that foreclosures are causing and keeping everyone's property values down.

Palm Beach County has one of the state's worst number of filings.

Mar 18 12:48

Foreclosures make sharp jump in Manchester

The rate at which homes have gone into foreclosure in Manchester has sharply escalated in the first few months of 2010, according to Linda Spence, the Town Clerk.

Mar 18 12:47

NYS Film Tax Credit Key Economic Driver: Comptroller

New York state's film tax credit has generated about $7 billion in economic activity since 2004 and become a key economic driver, the state's comptroller said on Tuesday.

Lawmakers are considering extending the program through 2015 to help New York compete with similar tax incentives on offer in 42 other U.S. states, Washington D.C. and 11 Canadian provinces, Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said in a statement.

"There's also an intrinsic added value that's difficult to measure but very real," he said. "Visitors from all over the world come to New York because of the iconic movies and TV shows shot here."

Mar 18 12:44

More States Delay Income Tax Refunds

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The bankers created a system to draw all the money out of the general population and put it in their own pockets. As a society, we face not a wealth crisis but a liquidity crisis.

Obama, as President, could solve the problem overnight by calling the Treasury across the street and order them to issue new currency as Lincoln and Kennedy did. That he has not I think proves his loyalties are not with the ordinary American people but with the private bankers. Alex Jones is correct; the economic ruin of our nation is an intentional act of treason by the government. No terrorists could have ever hoped to have inflicted as much damage on the United States as the last two Presidents.

Mar 18 12:29

"By way of Deception"?

If Israel wanted an excuse to have another go at Gaza, and the occasional feeble, homemade rocket biting sand in the Negev failed to provide one, would it sacrifice a Thai worker and blame it on Gazan terrorists?

Mar 18 12:03

Questions Swirl Around U.N.'s Climate Auditors

Acknowledging the rising tide of public skepticism toward global warming, the United Nations announced on March 10 that the IAC would act as an independent reviewer for its climate-science arm, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). But a week later, the IAC remains a mystery, and it still hasn't explained who will be on the review panel or how the panel will operate.

And if it knows, it isn't saying. "The IAC expects to begin its IPCC review shortly and issue a report by August 31. There is no other statement," Anne Muller, program coordinator at the IAC, told FoxNews.com.

Mar 18 12:01

Weather balloon data backs up missing decline found in old magazine

Recall that the original “hide the decline” statement comes from the ClimateGate emails and refers to “hiding” the tree ring data that shows a decline in temperatures after 1960. It’s known as the “divergence problem” because tree rings diverge from the measured temperatures. But Frank shows that the peer reviewed data supports the original graphs and that measured temperature did decline from 1960 onwards, sharply. But in the GISS version of that time-period, temperatures from the cold 1970’s period were repeatedly “adjusted” years after the event, and progressively got warmer.

Mar 18 11:57

Fox News Poll: 55% Oppose Health Care Reform

Mar 18 11:49

Soaring IED attacks in Afghanistan stymie U.S. counteroffensive

Taliban fighters more than doubled the number of homemade bombs they used against U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan last year. Military officials say low-tech bombs have stymied a $17 billion U.S. counteroffensive.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

We used to see that in Vietnam where a $50 mortar filled with old tin cans could confuse up a $4 million terrain-following radar and crash a $30 million aircraft!

Mar 18 11:45

'Israeli spy planes flew over Budapest'

Two Israeli aircraft appearing to be spy planes flew near Budapest's international airport last week but did not land there, Hungarian media reported Thursday.

According to the reports, the planes were on a "spy mission" that may be connected to the assassination of a Syrian national in his vehicle Wednesday in the Hungarian capital.

Mar 18 11:45

Blackstone President Throwing Swank Party For Nancy Pelosi

The NYPost is reporting that Blackstone's president, Tony James, is throwing a party at his house for Nancy Pelosi.

Their sources tell the Post that the party is meant to encourage Pelosi to vote against the proposed tax rate increase on carried interest, the profits people make on money they have invested.

Raising taxes on carried interest is a hot topic because carried interests isn't really income, but some people want to tax it as if it were.

Currently carried interest is taxed at 15%. The proposed tax rate for carried interest is the same as the income tax rate, 35%.

Mar 18 11:45

Irish Catholic church paid child sex abuse victim to keep quiet

The settlement between the archdiocese of Derry and the young woman, who was eight when the abuse began, contained a silence clause preventing her from discussing the case.

Her ordeal began in 1979 and lasted for a decade before she revealed at her 18th birthday party that she had been repeatedly abused by the priest.

The abuse began after he was invited into the family home by her parents, who had no idea he was a child abuser. He told the girl that God would punish her if she spoke out about her ordeal.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Sick.....just sick.

Mar 18 11:42

Obama effigy hung at RI school with fired teachers

A union is condemning an effigy of President Barack Obama that was hung upside down by a teacher at a failing Rhode Island high school where he and all his colleagues were fired.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is protected political speech under the First Amendment.

Mar 18 11:40

Putin: Iran's nuclear plant launch set for summer

Iran's first, Russian-built nuclear power plant is set to be launched this summer, Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said Thursday.

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton urged Russia to delay the launch, but Russia's foreign minister responded that Moscow will put the reactor online.

"The first reactor at Iran's nuclear power plant in Bushehr is to be launched already in the summer," Putin said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is Putin's reply to Clinton's demand that Russia delay the completion of the power station.

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