Archive for December, 2009
The Tea Party Movement Has Been Hijacked
by MJ Harris
The Glenn Beck’s and Sean Hannity’s of the Republican party have been trying to capture the momentum created by the truly independent outrage of the average American. Big government and big corporations have teamed up on both sides of the aisle and now there are people who want to profit from the backlash.
Move Your Money: A New Year’s Resolution
‘Too Big To Fail’ banks are profiting from tax-payer bailouts and secret government loans. If you are tired of having your savings being gambled on credit-default swaps, sub-prime mortgage loans, and casino banking then it’s time to ‘Move Your Money’
Iranian Opposition Forces Intensify Protests
Increasingly bitter and violent confrontations have left at least eight dead
Eco Snoop – iPhones Newest Eco Neighborhood Spy App
Activists take eco-fascism the next level with “eco-snoop” iphone app that targets peoples homes and businesses for harassment.
Yemen says it may harbor up to 300 Qaeda suspects
Yemen’s Foreign Minister Abubakr al-Qirbi said on Tuesday there could be up to 300 al Qaeda militants in his country, some of whom may be planning attacks on Western targets.
Small Chinese Power Company Defies Goldman Sachs; Refuses to Pay 80 Million in Oil Derivatives
A small Chinese power company, Shenzhen Nanshan Power, is blatantly refusing to honor contracts with Goldman Subsidiary J. Aron for $80 million in derivative losses.
Snowstorms Squeezing States Budgets
Paying for Future Storms Worries Officials After Blizzards Squeeze Cash-Strapped Budgets in Midwest, East
WATCH: Dem. Senator Max Baucus Drunk on Senate Floor
Montana Senator Max Baucus standing on the floor of the senate is clearly intoxicated while arguing for bi-partisan support of the health care legislation
BREAKING: NORAD Santa Tracker Went LIVE
Follow along Santa’s journey across the globe with NORAD and Google maps.
Federal Judge Rules Concealed Carry Is Probable Cause Even With Permit
Thomas W. Thrash Jr. ruled today that carrying a firearm on the Georgia mass transit system justifies forcible detention by the police despite firearms carry permit.
Unemployment Funds Running On Empty Across The Country
States are faced with the choice of raising payroll taxes, or cutting benefits or the funds could soon become completely insolvent