Russia Retains Option of Preemptive Nuclear Strike

(AntiWar) – According to the secretary if the Russian Security Council, the Russian government’s new review of its nuclear weapons policy retains and even expands the nation’s long-standing option to pre-emptively use nuclear weapons in warfare. Continue reading

Russia Bolivia To Launch Joint Gas Venture

The latest news report that Russia will sign an agreement with the Bolivian government to explore and produce natural gas is a significant setback for US domination of its traditional Latin American sphere of influence. Continue reading

US Dollar Crashes Through Major Support Level

It is looking more and more like the current Administration has set on a course of deliberate destruction of the US Dollar and with it, the economic might that the US has enjoyed since post World War II. Continue reading

Video: Ron Paul on The Situation Room

On Wednesday, Dr. Paul appeared on CNN’s The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer to discuss the need for the Republican Party to champion limited government and to put principle above politics. Continue reading

Big Pharma Reaps Billions From Swine Flu Fearmongering

Pharmaceutical industry more than doubles its money as a consequence of the H1N1 scam Continue reading

John Bolton Suggests Nuclear Attack on Iran

This Friday, the American Enterprise Institute will host an event addressing the question “Should Israel attack Iran?” The event includes, among others, Iran uberhawk Michael Rubin and infamous “torture lawyer” John Yoo, but the real star is likely to be John Bolton, the former U.N. ambassador whose right-of-Attila views left him an outcast even within the second Bush administration. (Bolton was eventually forced out when it became clear that he would be unable to win Senate confirmation for the U.N. post.) Continue reading

MSM: JPMorgan profits surge six fold

(CNN) – JPMorgan Chase’s profits increased more than six fold in the latest quarter, the company said Wednesday, allowing the bank to handily beat Wall Street estimates. Continue reading

Obama tops Bush in troop buildup

The combined US troop deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan have now reached a higher level than existed at any time under the presidency of George W. Bush. This surge past the record set by its predecessor marks another grim milestone in the Obama administration’s escalation of American militarism. Continue reading

Saving Face in Afghanistan – Ron Paul

This past week there has been a lot of discussion and debate on the continuing war in Afghanistan. Lasting twice as long as World War II and with no end in sight, the war in Afghanistan has been one of the longest conflicts in which our country has ever been involved. The situation has only gotten worse with recent escalations. Continue reading

MSM: Blair is a war criminal, bereaved parents tell inquiry

(Times) – Tony Blair should be charged with war crimes for ordering British troops to invade Iraq, families of servicemen killed in the conflict told the official inquiry into the campaign yesterday. Continue reading

Gun Control’s Nazi Connection!

Startling evidence suggests that the Gun Control Act of 1968 was lifted, almost in its entirety, from Nazi legislation. Continue reading

There is No Global Warming

There is no global warming. Period.
You can’t find a real scientist anywhere in the world who can look you in the eye and, without hesitation, without clarification, without saying, kinda, mighta, sorta, if, and or but…say “yes, global warming is with us.” Continue reading

MSM: Whatever happened to global warming? How freezing temperatures are starting to shatter climate change theory

(DailyMail) – In the freezing foothills of Montana, a distinctly bitter blast of revolution hangs in the air. Continue reading

Russia Giving No Ground on Iran Sanctions

Hopes that Russia might be more accommodating following the Obama administration’s missile defense shift appeared premature on Tuesday, when Secretary of State Hillary Clinton found no support at the Kremlin for tightening sanctions against Iran. Continue reading

Pittsburgh: Beta Test for a Police State

The G-20 police response in Pittsburgh was a beta test. “We spent months getting ready for this and it was a lot of preparation, but we’ll see the dividends of that for a long time to come,” Public Safety Director Michael Huss told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Continue reading

Video: Ron Paul Warns of Violence from Pending Dollar Crisis, Says Israel Strike on Iran the Trigger

Scary times ahead? Perhaps, if you take credence in what Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, says. Continue reading

NASA Engineer to Speak on Destruction of WTC Buildings

San Diego – On Wednesday, October 21, 2009, former NASA engineering executive Dwain Deets, will speak on behalf of more than 900 architects and engineers who cite evidence of explosive demolition at all three World Trade Center high-rises on 9/11 and are calling for a new, independent investigation into their destruction. Continue reading

MSM: Support troops swell U.S. force in Afghanistan

(MSNBC) – President Obama announced in March that he would be sending 21,000 additional troops to Afghanistan. But in an unannounced move, the White House has also authorized — and the Pentagon is deploying — at least 13,000 troops beyond that number, according to defense officials. Continue reading

Ahmadinejad warns of Weapons of Mass Media

(PressTV) – President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says Western powers have used full-fledged psychological tactics as a lever to influence nations against their better judgment. Continue reading

MSM: Israeli youths reject army call-up

(Aljazeera) – More than 80 Israeli students have announced their refusal to serve in the Israeli military because of what they call their nation’s track-record of oppression in the occupied territories. Continue reading

The End of Money and the Future of Civilization

It’s too late for anyone to pretend that the U.S. government, whether under President Barack Obama or anyone else, can divert our nation from long-term economic decline. The U.S. is increasingly in a state of political, economic, and moral paralysis, caught as it were between the “rock” of protracted recession and the “hard place” of terminal government debt. Continue reading

MSM: Bleak U.S. job market boosts military recruitment

(Reuters) – Aided by a bleak job market, the U.S. military met all of its recruitment goals in the past year for the first time since it became an all-volunteer force in 1973, the Pentagon said on Tuesday. Continue reading

Banks Create Money Out of Thin Air, Not Out of Pre-Existing Deposits or Reserves

The battle to reform the American banking system needs to include reimposing the barrier between investment banking and depository banking (Glass-Steagall), pay incentives based on what is best for Americans and not just the top executives, the end of too big to fail, and other changes which are frequently discussed by financial writers. These are vital issues. Continue reading

The Myth of “America” – Dahr Jamail

To mark Columbus Day In 2004, the Medieval and Renaissance Center in UCLA published the final volume of a compendium of Columbus-era documents. Its general editor, Geoffrey Symcox, leaves little room for ambivalence when he says, “This is not your grandfather’s Columbus…. While giving the brilliant mariner his due, the collection portrays Columbus as an unrelenting social climber and self-promoter who stopped at nothing – not even exploitation, slavery, or twisting biblical scripture – to advance his ambitions…. Continue reading

Interpol and U.N. Back ‘Global Policing Doctrine’

I was thinking, “Wow, this seems very familiar. Where have I seen something like this before?” HAHA. This is just too much.

Start em’ young with Justice League International:

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