The federal government is forcing 3 million Americans to disclose sensitive, personal information about finances, health and lifestyle in a 14-page survey – including questions about availability of household flush… Continue
This documentary 'The New Age Infiltration of the Truth Movement', by Keith Thompson. made in Memory of William Cooper, sheds some interesting light on the trend pushed via Zeitgeist.
The attacks on freedom of religion are becoming more blatant. Only the other week, here in Sydney, Australia, one hospital has ordered that all religious signs were to be removed from a room where patients and family would sit for some peace of mind. It was said that it offends Muslims to have the…
AP – South Korean Army soldiers carry a canon during the military exercise near the border village of Panmunjom …
By SIYOUNG LEE, Associated Press Writer – 4 mins ago
YEONPYEONG, South Korea – North Korea warned Friday it would act in "self-defense" if provoked by the U.N. Security Council, which is considering tough sanctions over the communist country's nuclear test, and followed the threat with the test launch of… Continue
OSLO (Reuters) - About 170 nations will meet in Germany next week to work on a new United Nations climate treaty with hopes for progress pinned most on ways to raise billions of dollars to help poor nations cope with global warming.
The June 1-12 talks between senior officials in Bonn will be the first to review formal draft texts about a sweeping U.N. deal due to be agreed… Continue
TEHRAN (Reuters) - An Iranian official accused the United States on Friday of involvement in a mosque bombing that killed more than 20 people in volatile south-eastern Iran, two weeks before the Islamic Republic's presidential election.
Jalal Sayyah, of the governor's office in Sistan-Baluchestan province, said three people had been arrested in connection with Thursday's blast in a crowded… Continue
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Pentagon plans to create a new military command for cyberspace, stepping up preparations by the armed forces to conduct both offensive and defensive computer warfare, the New York Times said on Friday.
The military command will complement a civilian effort President Barack Obama plans to announce on Friday that will overhaul the way the United States safeguards its computer networks, the… Continue
YEONPYEONG, South Korea (Reuters) - North Korea test-fired another short-range missile off its east coast on Friday and said it would take "self-defense measures" if the U.N. Security Council punished it for this week's nuclear test.
South Korea said an increasingly aggressive North may be preparing fresh provocations after Chinese fishing boats were spotted leaving a disputed sea border on the west coast.
Feds to Decide What Can be Sold at Your Garage Sale
By Warner Todd Huston Friday, May 29, 2009
With the first days of Summer a long standing American tradition emerges anew from yards and garages all across the country. Once again this season we will see the venerable American garage sale bloom everywhere. Homeowners will be seen busily setting up folding tables or bringing picnic tables from back yards to load them up with used clothes, toys, collectibles, and items… Continue
"It's backwards. The health effects weren't discovered after sugar was added to everything. Sugar was added to everything because it was known to cause health problems. That's how they roll. In twenty years some genius will discover…"