Sunday, December 13, 2009

Monday 12-13 Welcome To Obamaville, Colorado

'Welcome to Obamaville' sign posted near homeless camp The sign's message 'Welcome to Obamaville, Colorado's fastest growing community." Mark Limonez, a homeless man living in "tent city", says , "I've never seen so many camps since I've been out in the streets - there's no money."

Audio: Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert. Of Obama's Nobel Peace Prize speech Stacy said she was so sickened that she had to turn it off. Max said that Obama quoted Martin Luther King in his speech. Max said that if Martin Luther King were alive he would spit in Obama's face for defending war profiteering in his Nobel speech. Stacy asked how much do you want to bet that if King were alive today he would be on the No Fly List for opposing the invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan. He was killed for, opposition to the Vietnam war. That is Stacy's opinion. I believe Dr King was killed because the Powers That Be did not want an effective anti-war opposition as it would stop Israel from doing what it is doing today to the Palestinians. Max and Stacy also have a deep level discussion of currencies.

Still Wanted: Foreign Talent—and Visas With the U.S. jobless rate at 17.2%, continued hiring of workers from abroad may stoke a debate

Drug money saved banks during financial crisis

Cities Shut Off Streetlamps to Save Money; Indianapolis Threatens $2500 Fines for Challenging Traffic Tickets

Poor Children Four Times More Likely to Get Antipsychotics children covered by Medicaid are given powerful antipsychotic medicines at a rate four times higher than children whose parents have private insurance. And the Medicaid children are more likely to receive the drugs for less severe conditions than their middle-class counterparts, the data shows.

NY Governor David Paterson says he will hold back $750 million in local aid scheduled to go out this week. Additionally, the governor will hold back $47 million set to go to health insurance firms that cover state employees.

Pennsylvania Teachers' Pension Plan Will Blow Up In 2012 Grim data from numbers of states keeps pouring in. Let's take a look at the latest from Texas and Pennsylvania.

Are Americans a Broken People? Why We've Stopped Fighting Back Against the Forces of Oppression

The bankruptcy of the United States is now certain He says a nation needs enough gold and oil commodities to finance their short term debt for one year. 1.5 trillion is the estimated deficit for 2010. But if you add the off budget deficit of 500 billion it is 1.9 trillion which is what the Dems are requesting to add to our current debt ceiling which will takes us to election day 2010. Last year's deficit was 1.417 trillion but if you add the off budget amounts the total was 1.885 trillion. And I doubt we have all that gold. I think it was all leased out and sold several times. They ran out of gold for our 1/10th of an ounce coins at the Mint. The U.S. will sell 4 trillion dollars in debts in 2010.


Over 300 Pollutants in U.S. Tap Water

Video: Robots go to war: American insect Terminators US military developing robotic weapons the size of an insect.

Video: Testimonies from Gaza - 13 year old boy, massacre committed by the israeli army

Arctic Sea Ice since 2007 Arctic sea ice has increased by 19 percent since its minimum in 2007, though they don't make it very easy to see this in the way that they report the data.

Award Winning Flashpoints Radio Show Under Threat by KPFA Management Nora Barrows Friedman is Jewish but she criticizes Israel. She has played tapes of Palestinian children who were shot by Israeli snipers. The yids even threatened to kill her daughter who was about five years-old at the time. You can listen to her on the web here: M-F at 5 PM Pacific time.

Bankers 'whacked' in arcade game An arcade game that allows people to vent their anger at bankers has proved so popular the owner keeps having to replace worn out mallets.

Washington ‘rejects Iran uranium swap offer’

The Media Response to the Growing Influence of the 9 /11 Truth Movement David Ray Griffin is number 41 on the New Statesman's The 50 People who Matter Today. They deride as a conspiracy theorist. The
New Statesman was a strong supporter of the war criminal Tony Blair.

Video: Lord Monckton adresses a Greenpeace-campaigner on global warming This is a great interview. I would pay to see him debate Al Gore.

Innocent Guantánamo Torture Victim Fouad al-Rabiah Is Released In Kuwait

Spice Compounds May Stem Tumor Growth curcumin (from turmeric) and piperine (from black peppers)

Greece defies Europe as EMU crisis turns deadly serious Euroland's revolt has begun. Greece has become the first country on the distressed fringes of Europe's monetary union to defy Brussels and reject the Dark Age leech-cure of wage deflation. Latvia and the Ukraine also rejected IMF calls for wage and pension cuts but they do not use the euro as their national currencies. That is why the dollar has been up in value for the last few days. But the dollar's rise will not last long.

What links the Copenhagen conference with the steelworks closing in Redcar? The real gain to Corus from stopping production at Redcar, however, is the saving it will make on its carbon allowances, allocated by the EU.

TATA Group: U.N. Climate Chief Cashes In On Carbon. YOU WILL NEVER GUESS WHO WAS A GUEST AT OBAMA’s FIRST STATE DINNER….. A Mumbai-based Indian multinational conglomerate with business ties to Rajendra K. Pachauri, the chairman since 2002 of the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, or IPCC, stands to make several hundred million dollars in European Union carbon credits simply by closing a steel production facility in Britain with the loss of 1,700 jobs.

The Tata Group headquartered in Mumbai anticipates anticipates receiving windfall profits of up to nearly $2 billion from closing the Corus Redcar steelmaking plant in Britain, with about half of the savings expected to result from cashing in on carbon credits granted the steelmaker by the European Union under the EU's emissions trading scheme, or ETS.

Spain Says Adios to Xmas as 19% Jobless Hits Spending Spanish holiday spending will drop 9.1 percent this season, according to Deloitte, more than the 6.3 percent decline forecast for western Europe

Is the Holocaust a Hoax? Within five minutes, any intelligent, open-minded person can be convinced that the Holocaust gassings of World War II are a profitable hoax.

Pakistan arrests 3 US embassy employees

History to Obama: Yes, we have made war on democracies America has never fought a war against a democracy, and our closest friends are governments that protect the rights of their citizens." --- President Barack Obama, December 10, 2009 ... For the people of Latin America, this claim of his is a stomach punch. The window of hope and goodwill and support Barack Obama inspired among progressive Latin American leaders and even among the peoples of Latin America during his campaign just slammed shut.

Interview With A Commercial Real Estate Developer How far into the decline are we now? So far about 25%

Hmmm.... Dubai (Again) - More? not only is there an official bond issue (with potential default) there appear to be a who scad of contractors who haven't been getting paid for their work over there....

The Consequences Of "The Big Lie" It may be "politics as usual" to never talk about how bad the economy really is - never talk about the budget deficit in honest terms - and never talk about how revenues are and have been cratering across the board for governments. But when you are facing a truly horrific situation in this regard, and you need everyone on board to make sacrifices - especially government positions where employees feel especially entitled - "politics as usual" is particularly dangerous. Peter McLoone, the general secretary of Impact and the chairman of the Public Services Committee of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions said that trust had effectively broken down between unions and the Government and that there was no basis that the parties would be able to go back into discussions in the short term.

Video: How American News Media Works In Favor Of Israel Alsion Weir discovered how biased American media coverage is. She said the children brought her spent Israeli rounds the soldiers had fired at their homes. This Is A Must See! Alsion Weir founded If Americans Knew.

Bush had role in Africa's unplanned baby bonanza fewer than one in five married women use modern contraception ... Under President George W. Bush , the United States withdrew from its decades-long role as a global leader in supporting family planning, driven by a conservative ideology that favored abstinence and shied away from providing contraceptive devices in developing countries, even to married women.

Israel grants millions to Jewish settlers on West Bank

Blagojevich's lawyers seek FBI interview with Obama, Rahm Emanuel, Valerie Jarrett and others

Bank firewalls cracked by cyberhackers For more than a decade the common currency among cybercriminals has been pilfered credit card numbers, but some underground hackers have learned how to drain money directly from corporate bank accounts.

German Jews wants the dog 'Put to sleep' so it doesn't become a Nazi Icon The Dog's Owner - A German, who suffers from dementia, taught his dog to raise his paw when he said 'Salute Das Furhrer'. The owner is now going to jail for five months, and the dog is either to be adopted, or gets the 'Zyklon-B' treatment.

Satirical Video: Hitler flips out over the CRU hacked emails

Outraged Brits want Blair prosecuted for war crimes crimesTony Blair's admission that Britain would have backed the Iraq war even if he knew it did not have weapons of mass destruction sparked outrage Sunday and calls for his prosecution for war crimes.

Walkout triggers Copenhagen breakdown The poor countries left negotiations because they are concerned that the Kyoto protocol, which aims to tackle climate change, will be abandoned. Some rich countries want a brand new climate treaty out of the Copenhagen summit to replace Kyoto.

Missouri's Arresting Developments Last week, Gustavo Rendon was arrested in broad daylight — right in front of his two boys. One St. Louis policeman threatened that his sons would be sent into foster care. What horrific crime did Rendon commit? He passed out fliers to his neighbors. He spoke out on public policy — opposing an eminent domain land grab and promoting a petition effort to put the city’s development plan to a vote.

Obama Hypocrisy Meter Off The Charts: "I Did Not Run For Office To Be Helping Out A Bunch Of Fat Cat Bankers On Wall Street" First you bail them out, and now you bash them?

Thoughts on Fed's Exit Strategy: Stephen Roach vs. Mish The Federal Reserve may cause another crisis by botching the withdrawal of liquidity from the U.S. economy, Morgan Stanley Asia Chairman Stephen Roach said

The Case Against the Fed and Fractional Reserve Lending is easily made.

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