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  • Why Monetary Reform? “Pinky and The Brain”

    Do you remember the TV cartoon show “Pinky and The Brain”? The show was about two white mice. Pinky was a gangly nutcase who talked like the Walt Disney character Goofy, with a similar personality. The Brain was this little conniving, scowling ki...
  • VIDEO: Too Hard to Swallow. Restricting the Freedoms of Canadians

    What Bill C-6 Means for Canada Parts 1 and 2 from the DVD "Too Hard to Swallow 2". Constitutional lawyer Shawn Buckley presents the truth about Bill C-6 and the loss of fundamental freedom in Canada if the bill passes. ...
  • US ‘Soft Power’ and the Banks

    The privilege of supplying the world’s reserve currency, the money nations use to conduct business beyond their borders, is a source of power to the nation that possesses it more valuable than the most powerful military. Since virtually all money is ...
  • Housing Bubble Smackdown:

      Bigger Crash Ahead. Huge "shadow inventory" Global Research Due to the lifting of the foreclosure moratorium at the end of March, the downward slide in housing is gaining speed. The moratorium was initiated in January to give Obama's anti-forecl...
  • Silver Stock Report:

    "The scope of fraud in the silver market alone is staggering" news.silverseek.com/ Let's review the fundamentals of gold and silver.The world gold mines produces 2500 tonnes per year, which is about 80 million ounces.  With gold at $867, that's $69 b...
  • The Tower of Basel:

    Secretive Plans for the Issuing of a Global Currency Do we really want the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) issuing our global currency Global Research In an April 7 article in The London Telegraph titled “The G20 Moves the World a St...
  • Capitalism versus Socialism

    Poll confirms massive anti-capitalist shift in US public opinion New Poll Finds American Workers Turning Massively Towards Socialism: Unbelievable but True In periods of intense economic crisis, transformations which normally require years or...
  • A Lexicon of Disappointment

    The Nation All is not well in Obamafanland. It's not clear exactly what accounts for the change of mood. Maybe it was the rancid smell emanating from Treasury's latest bank bailout. Or the news that the president's chief economic adviser, Larry Summer...
  • Obama Administration Endorses Continued Spying on Americans

    Justice Department Moves to Squash NSA Spying Suits Antifascist Calling... Since fatuously declaring his to be a "change" administration, President Barack Obama has quickly donned the blood-spattered mantle of state secrecy and executive privilege w...
  • Democrats Letting Net Neutrality Die

    New Bosses Same As the Old Bosses Web Pro News Here was what was supposed to happen: With telco-friendly Republican Congress members swept out of the way, Democrats would usher in legislation enshrining Network Neutrality principles and give the FCC t...
  • The 10 Worst Corporations of 2008

    Multinational Monitor What a year for corporate criminality and malfeasance! As we compiled the Multinational Monitor list of the 10 Worst Corporations of 2008, it would have been easy to restrict the awardees to Wall Street firms. But the rest of ...
  • Snake Bit:

    Bring Down A Nation www.opednews.com Americans have let their democracy slip through their fingers. They were easily conned by a handful of wealthy folk who snatched the natural resources of an entire nation, and kept them as if they were their own. ...
  • The Financial New World Order:

    Towards a Global Currency and World Government Global Research   Introduction Following the 2009 G20 summit, plans were announced for implementing the creation of a new global currency to replace the US dollar’s role as the world reserve cur...
  • The Dirty Dozen

    Meet the bankers and brokers responsible for the financial crisis - and the officials who let them get away with it Rolling Stone ...
  • The Ones Who Got It Right

    The Nader Page Why is it that well regarded people working the fields of corporate power and performance who repeatedly predicted the Wall Street bubble and its bursting receive so little media and attention? ...
  • Pinochet judge seeks criminal probe of Bush 'torture lawyers'

    A Spanish judge has approved a probe of torture complaints against former Bush officials. Spanish official says arrest warrants 'highly probable'RawstorySix Bush-era officials responsible for crafting the legal justifications permitting the military p...
  • The G20 Moves The World A Step Closer To A Global Currency

    The world is a step closer to a global currency, backed by a global central bank, running monetary policy for all humanity. Telegraph A single clause in Point 19 of the communiqué issued by the G20 leaders amounts to revolution in the global financi...
  • Should Obama Control the Internet?

    A new bill would give the President emergency authority to halt web traffic and access private data. Mother Jones Should President Obama have the power to shut down domestic Internet traffic during a state of emergency? ...
  • BANNNED SPEECH

    Canada's Shame! inconvenient facts Canada is the laughing stock of the world over the banning of British MP George Galloway and yet he thanked Canada's immigration minister "for giving the anti-war movement such a tremendous boost." ...