The Irrelevance of Military Victory

“…Astonishingly, American taxpayers now will be forced to finance a multi-billion-dollar jobs program in Iraq. Suddenly the war is about jobs! We export our manufacturing jobs to Asia, and now we plan to export our welfare jobs to Iraq – all at the expense of the poor and middle class here at home…”

Only Impeachment Can Stop Him

“…If Bush is unable to orchestrate war with Iran directly, he will orchestrate war indirectly by having US troops attack Iraqi Shi’ite militias. Bush has already given orders for US troops to attack the Iraqi Shi’ite militias, who oppose the Sunnis and have not been part of the insurgency.  Obviously, once Bush can get US […]

Surge and Mirrors: What Bush Really Said

“…The “surge” is merely a tactic to buy time while war with Iran and Syria can be orchestrated. The neoconservative/Israeli cabal feared that the pressure that Congress, the public, and the American foreign policy establishment were putting on Bush to de-escalate in Iraq would terminate their plan to achieve hegemony in the Middle East…”

The Devil’s Seven-prong Fork

Charlotte Iserbyt is the consummate whistleblower! Iserbyt served as Senior Policy Advisor in the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI), U.S. Department of Education, during the first Reagan Administration, where she first blew the whistle on a major technology initiative which would control curriculum in America’s classrooms. Iserbyt is a former school board director […]

Iran: The Unthinkable War

“…The Democrats are silent as the Bush regime prepares for war against Iran — silent in the face of a potential nuclear mass murder — even a global war. Silent in the face of an attack that could cause an utter meltdown of the global economy, a 1930s style Depression that would send millions, perhaps […]

Texas Straight Talk: Escalation in the Middle East

One member of Congress to pay attention to in the District of Columbia is Congressman Dr. Ron Paul of Texas. Mr. Paul is a staunch advocate of limited constitutional government, low taxes, free markets, and a return to a sound monetary policy based on commodity-backed currency. Fortunately for all of us whether a resident of […]

Corporate Shell Games Part Two: Behind the scenes of a corporate scandal

There are cases in corporate America today that rightfully enrage the American public. Corporate accountability is at an all-time low, and despite new legislation designed to promote a higher level of accountability in the corporate sector, the board room still has not won back the hearts and minds of the American public. Small wonder, with […]

Corporate shell games: The killing of Hamilton Taft & Company

“…Connie “Chip  Armstrong was a Texas entrepreneur whose presence could fill a room instantly. Rising from the ranks of fireman to that of corporate “white knight”, when Armstrong walked into a boardroom, all eyes were on this tall, blonde-haired Texan and his diamond-studded cufflinks and alligator cowboy boots. Chatter would cease instantly, and people could […]

Texas Straight Talk: The Sausage Factory

One member of Congress to pay attention to in the District of Columbia is Congressman Dr. Ron Paul of Texas. Mr. Paul is a staunch advocate of limited constitutional government, low taxes, free markets, and a return to a sound monetary policy based on commodity-backed currency. Fortunately for all of us whether a resident of […]

Plans for Redrawing the Middle East: The Project for a “New Middle East”

“…The “New Middle East” project was introduced publicly by Washington and Tel Aviv with the expectation that Lebanon would be the pressure point for realigning the whole Middle East and thereby unleashing the forces of “constructive chaos.” This “constructive chaos” –which generates conditions of violence and warfare throughout the region– would in turn be used […]

The United States is Insolvent

“…If we perform the same calculations for the US, however, we find that the official debt stands at $8.507 trillion or 65% of (nominal) GDP but when we add in our “off balance sheet” items the national debt stands at $53 trillion or 403% of GDP…”

Never Heard of al-CIA-duh Group Threatens Banksters

A keen Kurt Nimmo points out the propaganda machine is in high gear to convice all that the internet as it exists is a threat to us all. I can’t help but wonder if somehow an ‘attack on all banks’ from a cave in afghanistan will be blamed for the The Dollar’s Full-System Meltdown followed […]

Maintaining the Status Quo: the Globalization of America’s Two-Party System

“…Evermore apparent too, is the realization that not only are our salaries, standards of living, and expectations being globally harmonized downward, but our individual rights are as well.  Through passage of legislation like The Patriot and Military Commissions Acts all Americans will soon share the same low standard of civil liberties as the rest of […]

Bill Losapio: Speak of Simple Pleasures

“…I experience the utter joy of fatherhood, the daily routine of a technical career (complete with aspirations of climbing the company ladder), and the ups and downs of domestic family life . . . planning next year’s vacation, wondering what to get the wife for Christmas, what class I’ll take next semester . . . […]

President Ahmadinejad’s Message to American People

IRNA – Islamic Republic News Agency Tehran, Nov 29, IRNA Ahmadinejad-US Nation-Message In the name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful “O, Almighty God, bestow upon humanity the perfect human being promised to all by You, and make us among his followers.” Noble Americans! Were we not faced with the activities of the US administration […]

Google as Big Brother

“…It’s not that we believe Google is evil. What we believe is that Google, Inc. is at a fork in the road, and they have some big decisions to make. This Google Watch site is trying to articulate and publicize the situation at Google, and encourage more scrutiny of their operations. By doing this, we […]

Nickel Rant: “Are We There Yet?”

“…Just like the ancient Chinese curse, we certainly “live in interesting times.” I recall being dismissed for sounding apocalyptic when speaking of precious metals and the need to play Y2K all over again. No more. I also recall all the hate mail I got for calling for Bush’s impeachment again and again over the past […]

Political Blogging as Hate Crime

“…If we buy into this line of reasoning, the First Amendment of the Constitution not only allows but encourages hatred and violence. It may soon become a punishable offense to be a racist, bigot, homophobe, misogynist, and xenophobe. As distasteful as these people and their ideas may be, the Bill of Rights protects them, provided […]

Desperate Neocons, More Dangerous than Ever

“No one has worked more assiduously for military action than Michael Ledeen, a neocon field marshal, who writes frequently about the ‘horrors’ of Iran’s mullahocracy,” explains de Borchgrave. “His National Review Online commentary Nov. 1 was headlined ‘Delay.’ Mr. Ledeen has grown impatient over Mr. Bush’s dangerous postponement of what he considers inevitable. ‘If the […]