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Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Do we really understand power? pt 3

“Either the application for renewal of the Charter is granted, or the United States will find itself in a most disastrous war.” Nathan Rothschild, 1811

“The dominion which the banking institutions have obtained over the minds of our citizens … must be broken, or it will break us.” Thomas Jefferson, 1815

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House votes down financial rescue plan

The House on Monday defeated a $700 billion emergency rescue for the nation’s financial system, ignoring urgent warnings from President Bush and congressional leaders of both parties that the economy could nosedive into recession without it

Stocks plummeted on Wall Street even before the 228-205 vote to reject the bill was announced on the House floor.

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No Deal Without A Vote From The American People

First of all, it’s impossible to believe that this is a genuine crises and not an October Surprise Heist created by the Crooks and Liars that have been running our country into the ground for the last eight years. It amazes me that an entire Congress full of blowhards and lawyers, can’t find a way to articulate what the hell is going on to the American People. Even Barack, so deft with language, cannot convey what Pelosi, Paulson, Boehner, Reed, Dubyah (well, forget him, I might as well add Palin if I include him),have failed to. Reason?

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Tactics change in Stevens trial

Federal prosecutors changed their plans and said they would not put their star witness on the stand Monday in the corruption case against Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska.

Instead, the Justice Department said it plans to continue the parade of witnesses from oil pipeline company VECO Corp., which allegedly provided more than $250,000 in free renovations on the senator’s home.

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Scientists are trying to create a mini Black Hole being fascinated on what it might look like.

However certain scientists like Otto Rössler are scared it may get out of control and consume the earth, A few others fear intense radiation.

Let’s stop discussing and start defending ourselves from the madness of trying to create a mini Black Hole.

When the first Atomic Bomb was developed many scientists feared it would consume the earth. Next was the fear that gene spicing insecticide into plants would kill off all insects, and might even poison mammals. Maybe this is what is killing the bees.

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Obama, McCain support bailout…sort of

Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain on Sunday gingerly embraced a newly negotiated congressional deal for a $700 billion bailout of the hobbled financial industry.

"This is something that all of us will swallow hard and go forward with. The option of doing nothing is simply not an acceptable option," McCain said. Obama said he was inclined to back it "because I think Main Street is now at stake."

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McCain tries to clean up after Palin

Republican presidential nominee John McCain defended running mate Sarah Palin on Sunday, even as she contradicted his policy against talking publicly about attacking terrorist targets in Pakistan.

McCain chided Democrat Barack Obama during Friday’s presidential debate for saying publicly he supports striking terrorist targets inside Pakistan if the Pakistani government is unable or unwilling to do so.

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Native Alaskans unhappy with Palin

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin routinely notes her husband’s Yup’ik Eskimo roots. But those connections haven’t erased doubts about her in a community long slighted by the white settlers who flocked to Alaska and dominate its government.

Since she took office in 2006, many Alaska Natives say they’ve felt ignored when she made appointments to her administration, sided with sporting interests over Native hunting rights and pursued a lawsuit that Natives say seeks to undermine their ancient traditions.

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Congress set to vote on bailout

US lawmakers agreed a 700-billion-dollar bailout for debt-stricken Wall Street banks and sent the legislation aiming to stem the US financial crisis for Congress to start voting on Monday.

A compromise package, unveiled Sunday after tense negotiations between rival party leaders and White House officials, will go first before the House of Representatives.

The plan, anxiously awaited by world markets, is not yet certain to be approved however.

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