Archive for June, 2009

Jun 26 2009

Expect Decades Of Mass Unemployment As Result Of Liberal Economic Experiments

Well, we seem to be assured that the end of liberalism will be a spectacular failure. Between the failed liberal economic stimulus package – which is not stimulating any new jobs – and the energy tax & trade bill being voted on in the house, we could see an economic depression coming our way. The […]

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Jun 26 2009

Michael Jackson: Extremely Talented And Extremely Disturbed

Published by under All General Discussions

  I have pondered how to write this post. I am a huge fan of Michael Jackson’s music. I am not a huge fan of what Michael had become, as the soul killing Hollywood culture mutilated this fine young man over the years. From early reports it seems his circle of sycophants finally completed their endless damage […]

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Jun 25 2009

Iran Trying To Distract World With Iraq Carnage

Published by under Bin Laden/GWOT,Iran,Iraq

As I speculated yesterday, I think it is no coincidence that there is rising carnage in neighboring Iraq as Iran is on the verge of collapse. Desperation can cause violent insanity – as we see in the massacres taking place on the Iranian streets daily now. At least seven bombs exploded around the country Thursday […]

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Jun 25 2009

Revolutionary Guard May Be Turning To Opposition Side

Published by under Iran

I have mentioned many times over the past week that the violent attacks on the people of Iran will probably change a lot of hearts inside the military and security forces. The reason I believe this is because security and military forces obviously come from the national community, which means when a government tries to […]

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Jun 25 2009

Ahmedinejad Snubbed By 62% Of Parliament

Published by under Iran

It seems a majority of the nation of Iran are not happy with the coup d’etat pulled by Pretend President Ahmedinejad and the Supreme Leader Khamenei in the recent Iranian election: More than 180 Iranian MPs appear to have snubbed an invitation to celebrate President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s election win, local press reports say. All 290 […]

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Jun 25 2009

O-Bomba! Why Waste Money Saving A Life?

Update: I want welcome NY Times readers from Tobin Harshaw’s The Opinionator blog. I would like to give some context to my concern over the answers President Obama gave on his health care plans. I have medical power of attorney over my mid-to-late 80′s parents and frequent many kinds of medical facilities with them (from […]

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Jun 24 2009

White House Takes Back Iranian Invites to July 4th

Published by under All General Discussions

The Obama administration has recinded the invites to Iranian officials to join in the U.S. celebrations of the 4th of July. But they are not recinding those invites because they are showing support for the people of Iran or to show that they do not condone these acts by the Iranian officials. Instead, according to […]

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Jun 24 2009

Are Iranian Agents Trying To Destabilize Iraq?

Published by under Bin Laden/GWOT,Iran,Iraq

A pattern is emerging here, where the worse things get in Iran the more bombs go off in Iraq: At least 55 people have been killed by a bomb blast in the eastern Sadr City area of Baghdad, say officials. Iraqi police said the bomb went off in a market place in the predominantly Shia […]

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Jun 24 2009

Iranian Regime Implements Massacres To Quell Opposition

Published by under Iran

If you want to light a fire under a potential revolutionary movement, the best way to do this is to start a massacre in the public square. Things have to be on the verge of total collapse for the Iranian Thugocracy to be going for the tool of last result like this: At least two […]

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Jun 24 2009

Clerics March Against Rigged Elections, Violence In Iran

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CNN has what could be a major event in the evolving drama inside Iran. A photo showing Iranian clerics prominently participating in an anti-government protest speaks volumes about the new face of Iran’s opposition movement. In a blatant act of defiance, a group of Mullahs took to the streets of Tehran, to protest election results […]

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