By J.B. Williams October 2, 2010 NewsWithViews.com When courts-martial presiding authority Col. Denise Lind issued a ruling that blocked Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin’s constitutional right to provide a defense by denying him a right to discovery and evidence supporting his decision to refuse what he believed to be illegal orders, thousands of fellow military... »
Archive for October 2nd, 2010
They Can’t Handle the Truth by Thomas L. Knapp C4SS.com Make no mistake: The state wants to know everything about you, but politicians want absolute control over what you can know about them. Keeping tabs on everything you do is crucial to “the public safety.” What government does? Careful! We wouldn’t want to compromise... »
Is the US Government About to Forgive Mortgage Debt? Let’s Crowdsource Our Way Through a Scenario or Two!
by Reggie Middleton ZeroHedge.com 10/01/2010 Is it possible for the US Government to choose to forgive mortgage debt? Sounds outrageous? Read on for the legal theory behind this claim and let me know what you think? I thought it was little esoteric as well, but as I looked deeper… Well, I’ll let you be... »
Rampant Inflation In 2011? The Monetary Base Is Exploding, Commodity Prices Are Skyrocketing And The Fed Wants To Print Lots More Money
EconomicCollapseBlog.com Are you ready for rampant inflation? Well, unfortunately it looks like it might be headed our way. The U.S. monetary base has absolutely exploded over the last couple of years, and all that money is starting to filter through into the hands of consumers. Commodity prices are absolutely skyrocketing, and it is inevitable... »
Thousands take to the streets of Reykjavik as anger erupts over the impact of the financial crisis Jill Treanor Guardian.co.uk Friday 1 October 2010 Protesters took to the streets of Reykjavik today, forcing MPs to run away from the people they represent as renewed anger about the impact of the financial crisis erupted in... »