Wednesday, September 21, 2011

FEATURED STORIES: Alex Jones: ‘The UN needs to be abolished’; CNN’s Cafferty Asks ‘Is Anyone Besides Ron Paul Serious About Our Deepening National Financial Crisis?’,.....


Clinton: Climate deniers make US ‘look like a joke’

Seattle PI | “If you’re an American, the best thing you can do is to make it politically unacceptable for people to engage in denial”.

CNN’s Cafferty Asks ‘Is Anyone Besides Ron Paul Serious About Our Deepening National Financial Crisis?’

CNN | Cafferty sounds off on the Obama deficit plan and wants to know who, apart from Ron Paul, is serious about solving the problem.

TSA Searches Dallas Woman’s Hair for Weapons

NBC | Is it possible to hide weapons in your hair? The Transportation Security Administration thinks so.

New Smear: Ron Paul Is Elitist

Paul Joseph Watson | CBS piece fails to mention Romney and Perry shell out far more than Congressman on luxury expenses.

Is the US Monetary System on the Verge of Collapse?

David Galland | The US monetary system – and by extension, that of much of the developed world – may very well be on the verge of collapse.

Billions Spent On A Cure For Cancer And Yet Cancer Rates Continue To Explode?

The American Dream | Why hasn’t a cure for cancer been found?

Alex Jones: ‘The UN needs to be abolished’

RT | As the sixty-sixth annual UN General Assembly is preparing to meet, one of the main issues being raised is whether Palestine will win a statehood bid within the organization.

Nervous Breakdown? 21 Signs That Something Big Is About To Happen In The Financial World

The Economic Collapse | Will global financial markets reach a breaking point during the month of October?

Obama Thinks that High Unemployment Is Okay: Unwise for Government to Spur Hiring

Washington’s Blog | Obama Does Not Care About Reducing Unemployment

Issa Says He Wants a Special Prosecutor to Probe ‘Fast and Furious’

CNS News | House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) wants to see a special prosecutor appointed.

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