Ron Paul Explains How Iraq Was Made Into An Enemy In Order To "Redesign The Middle East"

Thursday, January 27, 2011

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70 Trillion cubic feet of New Arctic Ice

Wednesday, January 26, 2011



Comparing imagery of January arctic sea ice from 2009 to 2011 sourced from the U.S. Navy Polar Ice Prediction System, it appears as though the ice sheet has thickened substantially.
That is, the arctic ice during January 2009 compared to January 2010 compared to January 2011, all purposefully compared during the same month of each year.
This observation is looking at ice thickness – not surface area – although some retreat of 1 meter ice can be seen in the Labrador Sea.

Up to 500,000 square miles of the arctic sea region may have thickened from approximately 5 feet thick during January 2009 to approximately 10 feet thick during January 2011.

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Ventura Lawsuit: TSA Pat-Downs Classify as ‘Unlawful Sexual Abuse’

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura is suing the TSA and Homeland Security for humiliating and ‘offensive’ pat-down procedures he’s been subjected to during airport security checks that included ‘warrantless, non-suspicion-based offensive touching, gripping and rubbing of the genital and other sensitive areas of his body.’ Ventura, who had a hip replacement procedure in 2008, says he was unduly targeted due to his disability. His lawsuit, filed yesterday in Minnesota, claims the pat-downs violated his privacy, his 4th Amendment right and legally meet ‘the definition for an unlawful sexual assault’.”
Alex Jones, who traveled with Ventura last September during the production of his “Conspiracy Theory” TV show over the course of multiple flights, witnessed the former governor being groped and inappropriately touched in a pat-down procedure that Ventura faces everytime he travels. “That’s why I want to leave the United States,” Ventura had told Jones at the time. “This is why I go down to Mexico– this is wrong.”

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Police Kill Man In Drug Raid Gone Wrong

Wednesday, January 19, 2011


Utah police shot and killed a man within seconds of storming his parents' home, video of the raid shows. The police had a warrant to search for drugs, but found only a small amount of pot and an empty vial that had apparently contained meth.  Local media report that Todd Blair, 45, was a drug addict rather than a dealer, according to friends and family.  In the video, Blair can be seen holding a golf club above his head as police smash through his door. Within seconds, without demanding Blair drop the iron or lay down, Weber-Morgan Strike Force Sgt. Troy Burnett fires three shots into him. The local prosecutor has deemed the killing justified, but his family is planning a federal lawsuit, arguing that police had plenty of alternatives.  Blair's death raises the question of why multiple heavily-armed officers were sent to raid a drug addict -- and why Weber and Morgan counties in Utah would even need a "Narcotics Strike Force."

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Ron Paul Explains How Americans Can "ONCE AGAIN Become The Standard For A Free Society"

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Martin Luther King, "Why I Am Opposed to the War in Vietnam"

Monday, January 17, 2011


While not quite a supporter of economic freedom, the anti-war message in this speech is a reminder of some of the lessons we have forgotten today.

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Los Alamos Scientist: TSA Scanners Shred Human DNA

While the application of scientific knowledge creates technology, sometimes the technology is later redefined by science. Such is the case with terahertz (THz) radiation, the energy waves that drive the technology of the TSA: back scatter airport scanners.

Emerging THz technological applications

THz waves are found between microwaves and infrared on the electromagnetic spectrum. This type of radiation was chosen for security devices because it can penetrate matter such as clothing, wood, paper and other porous material that’s non-conducting.
This type of radiation seems less threatening because it doesn’t penetrate deeply into the body and is believed to be harmless to both people and animals.

THz waves may have applications beyond security devices. Research has been done to determine the feasibility of using the radiation to detect tumors underneath the skin and for analyzing the chemical properties of various materials and compounds. The potential marketplace for THz driven technological applications may generate many billions of dollars in revenue.

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Lessons from Atlas Shrugged (ARI Video Winner)

Friday, January 14, 2011

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Tucson Shooting Hero Joe Zamudio Sets Ed Schultz Right On Owning A Pistol

Thursday, January 13, 2011

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Investors Still Face Hundreds Of Billions In Mortgage Losses, And These Claims Could Kill Top Banks

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Bank industry expert Chris Whalen is the subject of a good interview with CNBC coming conveniently in the aftermath of the possibly earth-moving Ibanez decision out of Massachusetts.

First, he says, the ruling has been misunderstood in that the homeowners are ultimately not going to win loan forgiveness merely because of errors in the handling of the loan.

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5200 Pentagon Employees PURCHASED Child Pornography!

Monday, January 10, 2011

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