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Nov 22 11:18

Federal Reserve Notes VS. United States Notes

There is no reason for any free people to have to make interest payments on the printing of their own money! Abe Lincoln and John F. Kennedy both had United States Notes issued in order to save the American People a fortune in interest payments that shouldn't even exist in the first place

Nov 22 11:16

John F. Kennedy vs The Federal Reserve

On June 4, 1963, a virtually unknown Presidential decree, Executive Order 11110, was signed with the authority to basically strip the Federal Reserve Bank of its power to loan money to the United States Federal Government at interest. With the stroke of a pen, President Kennedy declared that the privately owned Federal Reserve Bank would soon be out of business.

Nov 22 11:08

'War criminal Bush' blamed for worldwide crises

PROTESTERS have demanded that US President George W Bush get out of Peru where he is attending an Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit, blaming him for the world economic crisis.

Nov 22 10:45

Perth Mint stops taking orders for gold

Perth Mint sales and marketing director Ron Currie said the unprecedented demand had forced the Mint to cease orders until January, with staff working seven days a week, 24-hour days, over three shifts to meet orders.

Nov 22 09:43

Genocide claims resurface during 75th anniversary of Great Famine

Ukraine is marking the 75th anniversary of the Great Famine of the 1930s which took the lives of millions. Leaders of Georgia, Latvia and some other countries are expected to participate in the events on Saturday. Modern Ukrainian politicians claim that the famine was genocide targeted at Ukrainian people.

As commemorative events take place historians still can't agree on exactly how many lost their lives throughout the Soviet Union.

Nov 22 09:22

Obama Service, aka Involuntary Servitude

In my experience, most people seem to enjoy freedom. And yet it would appear most people fall prey to any government euphemism for slavery. Many even vote for slavery, albeit under a different name. This includes under the name of “service.”

Nov 22 09:09

The Third Clinton Administration By RALPH NADER

While the liberal intelligentsia was swooning over Barack Obama during his presidential campaign, I counseled “prepare to be disappointed.” His record as a Illinois state and U.S. Senator, together with the many progressive and long overdue courses of action he opposed during his campaign, rendered such a prediction unfortunate but obvious.

Nov 22 08:50

THE DEEP FREEZE AS ARCTIC SNOWS SWEEP IN

BLIZZARDS battered the north of Britain yesterday as temperatures fell to minus 4C – colder than Siberia.

And weathermen warned that it will get worse today as a big freeze settles in across Scotland and northern England then spreads to the east and south.

Up to six inches of snow is forecast to fall on higher ground as a bitterly cold front sweeps in from eastern Europe.

If the planet is getting inexorably hotter and the polar ice caps are rapidly disappearing then where is all of this cold coming from?

Nov 22 07:11

Zinn: 9/11 Truth Is For “Fanatics”, Has “No Practical Political Significance”

Just days after left-wing anti-war icon Howard Zinn told an audience that he didn’t care if 9/11 was an inside job, he has repeated the sentiment, stating that questions regarding the attacks have “no practical political significance” and that 9/11 truth activists are “fanatics” who are wasting their time.

During a lecture at UQAM university in Montréal, Zinn was once again asked if he would support a new 9/11 investigation.

Zinn responded:

Nov 22 06:41

"Continuity" Died Today Jim Kirwan

"Barring last minute changes, the nominee for Treasury Secretary will be NY Fed President Tim Geithner -- a career Treasury official under both Bob Rubin and Larry Summers -- who actually had worked at the Treasury in three administrations under five Secretaries -- going back to 1988.

Geithner has been a key player in the current economic crisis -- helping Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson and his team, manage the wall street bailout.

Nov 22 06:31

It's beginning to look a lot like Clinton, everywhere you go?

Can you feel the change, oh Bama woowoos?

Nov 22 05:06

Democrats to automakers: Prove you can repay $25 billion

WASHINGTON -- Democratic leaders in Congress called on Detroit's automakers Friday to submit "credible" financial plans to lawmakers by Dec. 2 for spending up to $25 billion in government money, including vows for "significant sacrifices" by top executives.

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Read the article. It's a fraud. There is already $75 billion in federal money in the pipeline for these private boondoggles.

Congress is just ramping up a sales pitch to excuse itself on the ground that these companies are too big to fail.

Nov 22 04:44

Obama says drafting bold economic stimulus

CHICAGO, Nov 22 (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Barack Obama said on Saturday that he was crafting an aggressive, two-year stimulus plan to revive the troubled economy, warning that swift action was needed to prevent a deep slump and a spiral of falling prices.

"If we don't act swiftly and boldly, most experts now believe that we could lose millions of jobs next year," Obama said in prepared remarks for the weekly Democratic radio and video address.

"We now risk falling into a deflationary spiral that could increase our massive debt even further," he said.

Nov 22 04:29

Sea eagles could be reintroduced

BBC Staff Writer

Conservationists are planning to bring the sea eagle, the UK's largest bird of prey, back to the skies above England.

The bird, known as "flying barn doors" because of its size, could be reintroduced into Norfolk next summer if the scheme gets the go-ahead.

And with only about 7,000 pairs of the eagle in the world, establishing a population in England could also help global efforts to conserve the species, Dr Tew added.

Nov 22 04:00

Hairspray linked to birth defect

Health Staff Writer BBC

Boys born to women exposed to hairspray in the workplace may have a higher risk of being born with a genital defect.

Imperial College London scientists talked to women who had babies with hypospadias, where the urinary tract is found away from the penis.

They reported that hairspray exposure more than doubled the risk.

"My advice has long been that women who are planning a pregnancy should avoid (or at least minimise) use of cosmetics, body creams/lotions etc, especially in the first three months of pregnancy.

Nov 21 21:49

US/Rwanda still united in crime

The US Sponsored "Rwanda Genocide" and its Aftermath
Psychological Warfare, Embedded Reporters and the Hunting of Refugees
by Keith Harmon Snow
Global Research, April 12, 2008
Author's website www.allthingspass.com

Nov 21 21:40

Bush Sends US-Rwanda Treaty To Senate

Bush Sends US-Rwanda Treaty To Senate

(RTTNews) - President George Bush sent a treaty signed between the US and the Republic of Rwanda to the Senate Thursday.
[ http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2008/11/20081120-1.html ]

According to the president, the treaty was the first bilateral investment treaty signed between the US and a sub-Saharan African country since 1998. It would help to promote cross-border investment by providing legal protections for investors of each country for their investments in the other country.

Nov 21 20:55

Uninstalling Windows Live Messenger Beta (updated)

I installed Windows Live Messenger Beta and I hate it - mostly because although it displays my personal emoticons on my chat partner's screen, it refuses to show them to me! However, when I tried to remove it using Add/Remove Programs, it runs its installer, which gives me the option of adding other things, but no option to uninstall it.

Nov 21 20:37

You And What 44 Other Armies?

The United States is projected to spend more on defense in FY 2009 than the next 45 highest spending countries combined, yet a push by conservatives and the military, backed by arms companies, is trying to lock the defense budget at 4% of GDP.

Nov 21 20:27

Poll: Internet Now Considered More Reliable Than TV, Radio News

Don't trust what you read on the internet? That's no longer the dominant sentiment in the US, according to a new poll by Zogby International. A survey of more than 3000 people performed in the two days after the US Presidential Election found that 37.6% of respondents considered the Internet the most reliable source of news, 20.3% consider national TV news most reliable and 16% said that radio is the most reliable source.

Nov 21 19:08

End the Fed Rally tomorrow 11/22

Rally to Support Sound Money for America!

Nov 21 18:11

Fla. teen commits suicide with live Web audience

A college student committed suicide by taking a drug overdose in front of a live webcam as some computer users egged him on, others tried to talk him out of it, and another messaged OMG in horror when it became clear it was no joke. Some watchers contacted the Web site to notify police, but by the time officers entered Abraham Biggs' home - a scene also captured on the Internet - it was too late.

Nov 21 18:06

Fla. teen commits suicide with live Web audience

A college student committed suicide by taking a drug overdose in front of a live webcam as some computer users egged him on, others tried to talk him out of it, and another messaged OMG in horror when it became clear it was no joke. Some watchers contacted the Web site to notify police, but by the time officers entered Abraham Biggs' home - a scene also captured on the Internet - it was too late.

Nov 21 18:05

Fla. teen commits suicide with live Web audience

A college student committed suicide by taking a drug overdose in front of a live webcam as some computer users egged him on, others tried to talk him out of it, and another messaged OMG in horror when it became clear it was no joke. Some watchers contacted the Web site to notify police, but by the time officers entered Abraham Biggs' home - a scene also captured on the Internet - it was too late.

Nov 21 13:53

U.S. Stocks Rally as Geithner Chosen by Obama to Head Treasury Department

Bloomberg.com By Eric Martin

Nov. 21 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks rose and the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index rebounded from an 11-year low after President- elect Barack Obama picked New York Federal Reserve Bank chief Timothy Geithner to head the Treasury.

"This news could really give the stock market a badly needed shot in the arm," Chris Rupkey, chief financial economist at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd. in New York, wrote in an e-mail to clients. Geithner is a "fantastic choice to help lead the financial markets out of the wilderness."

Nov 21 13:23

U.S. troops to surge in Afghanistan

U.S. troops to surge in Afghanistan
Canada holds on to 2011 deadline for Kandahar withdrawal
Richard Foot , Canwest News Service
Published: Friday, November 21, 2008

CORNWALLIS, N.S. - The United States will deploy five new army brigades - about 20,000 troops - to Afghanistan starting in January, in the hope making the country secure enough for presidential elections in the fall, U.S. Defence Secretary Robert Gates said here Friday.

Nov 21 13:21

Economy Drives Army Recruitment

WSB News
Economy Drives Army Recruitment
By
Jon Lewis
@ November 21, 2008 3:51 AM

(WSB)--More and more young people are looking to the military for work in this bad economy.

Nov 21 12:10

Extrajudicial Assassinations As Official Israeli Policy

Extra-judicial killings are indefensible, morally abhorrent, and illegal under international laws and norms.

Nov 21 10:35

DA in Cheney case explains failure to appear

“Hearings are not done that way,” he said. “The judge doesn’t say, ‘Hey, I’m going to be there tomorrow.' That’s not the way it works. They put it on the docket. They give you three days notice.”

At least a dozen defense lawyers did show up, armed with motions to have Monday’s grand jury indictments thrown out as baseless.

But presiding District Judge Manuel Bañales said that without the prosecutor present he could not hear those motions...

Nov 21 10:27

US contractors lose immunity in Iraq security deal

"In the future, contractors and grantees can expect to be fully subject to Iraqi criminal and civil laws and to the procedures of the Iraqi judicial system," the official said, adding that contractors faced similar situations in all other areas of the world, including in Afghanistan.

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