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New Law Would Allow Secret Bank Rescues

January 31st, 2008 . by admin

The UK government could provide emergency loans in secret to ailing banks under a proposed law that would give the authorities more power to intervene to prevent another Northern Rock-style crisis.

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Interview with Romney pushing announcer to support Ron Paul

January 29th, 2008 . by admin

Mark Larsen of 1040 AM WWBA interviewed Mitt Romney on the morning of 1/29/2008. The sneers and chuckles from slippery Romney pushed him over the edge and drove him to support Ron Paul.

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Harris Calls For Resignations In New Hampshire Recount Fiasco

January 29th, 2008 . by admin

Fresh from her confrontations in New Hampshire during which public officials were grilled about slapdash chain of custody and ballot box tampering issues, Bev Harris told the Alex Jones Show that a “criminal enterprise” is running the primary recount and has called for Secretary of State William Gardner to resign and his assistant to be fired.

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NO REAL ID IN NC CONFERENCE CALL TONIGHT!

January 28th, 2008 . by admin

Conference Call: Monday, 10 PM EST.

 Subject: NO REAL ID / N C

 Phone Number: 605-475-4333

 Access Code: 882431 #

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Farmers Starved For Hay Alternatives

January 27th, 2008 . by admin

Truckloads of hay are coming in from out of state – much of it from as far away as Canada – each day, state agriculture officials said. And it’s expensive. Hay is selling for between $70 and $90 a roll, more than double the regular cost.

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Real ID Director Contradicts Himself On Camera

January 27th, 2008 . by admin

Interviewed after PA Intergovernmental Affairs Committee on January 23rd, 2008. Republic Media’s Sam Ettaro asks Williams about Homeland Security’s concerns over contract providers for biometric identity solutions. Pakistani engineer responsible for biometric systems that help the States comply with Real ID of no real concern to Mr. Williams, apparently.

NOTE: In his interview with the local news reporter, please note how he refers to “Federal databases” then later when asked about this, he denies it saying there are no federal databases. He also blatantly says on camera that biometrics are not involved a point on which Ettaro takes him to task.

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US state wants to tax TVs, video games to fight fat, fun

January 27th, 2008 . by admin

A Democratic lawmaker in New Mexico wants to tax televisions and video games to raise funds to fight childhood obesity and improve education in the state, officials said Friday.

Where are the parents to make these kids go out and play in the yard?

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Canadian Farmer Forces GM Giant Back to Court

January 25th, 2008 . by admin

He was portrayed as an environmental David who stood up to the corporate Goliath, and became a figurehead of the battle against the introduction of genetically modified crops everywhere. When Canadian farmer Percy Schmeiser was sued by Monsanto for growing the firm’s GM crops, which he claimed blew on to his land, the company’s eventual victory…

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America In Danger Shows 172 and 173 Online Now

January 24th, 2008 . by admin

From the home page, choose them under the “Choose Video” drop-down menu.

Espisode 173 includes the interview with Dan Reale, 2nd – CT Congressional Candidate for 2008.  Good interview and provides hope for the people of Connecticut and America.

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Filibuster, Baby!

January 24th, 2008 . by admin

Senator Chris Dodd gave a rousing speech this evening against telecom immunity, and will continue the fight in the morning. Filibuster! Video at the link.

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