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Debts Should Be Honored, Except When the Money Is Owed to Working People

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Debts Should Be Honored, Except When the Money Is Owed to Working People by Dean Baker AlterNet February 3, 2011 Bankrupt states could tell teachers, highway patrol officers, and other public employees that they're not getting the pensions they were expecting, even if already retired. This seems to be the lesson that our nation's leaders are trying to pound home to us. According to The New York Times, members of Congress are secretly running around in closets and back alleys working up a law allowing states to declare bankruptcy According to the article, a main goal of state bankruptcy is to allow states to default on their pension obligations. This means that states will be able ...

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The Dangers of Secrecy and Censorship

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The Dangers of Secrecy and Censorship President Johm F. Kennedy - 2011-01-31 Listen to the words of President John F. Kennedy. On April 27, 1961, in a speech on the dangers of secrecy and censorship given to the National News Publishers Association at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City, President John F. Kennedy stated in part: “The very word " secrecy" is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths and to secret proceedings. We decided long ago that the dangers of excessive and unwarranted concealment of pertinent facts far outweighed the dangers which ...

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The Disappearance of Keith Olbermann

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The Disappearance of Keith Olbermann Robert Parry - 2011-01-21 ALL THE NEWS THAT FITS (THE CORPORATE VIEW): In this piece Mr. Parry constructs an eloquent argument for the loss of "liberal" voices in the mainstream corporate mass media. Unfortunately, his thinking is still limited to the rapidly dissolving liberal-conservative -- hence, us against them -- paradigm which has done so much to polarized and divide the nation. Yet, his article does give evidence of the tight corporate control over the mass media. Know that a mere five multinational corporations control everything you see and hear to include magazines, newspapers, TV networks, cable, satellite, billboards and even book clubs. The interlocking directors of ...

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Rise – Part 2 of 4

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News Articles Jim Marrs - 2005-01-10 Since even the nation's newspaper of record is beginning to sound like an anti-war activist, perhaps it's time we all reconsider what we are doing in Iraq. http://www.nytimes.com/2005/01/10/opinion/10herbert.html?pagewanted=print&position= Next: Here are two headlines from Yahoo on Sunday.  Powell: U.S. to give long-term tsunami aid Troops kill Iraq civilians in botched strikes Am I missing something or am I correct in thinking we must be the most hypocritical nation in history to offer long-term aid to victims of a natural disaster halfway around the world but none (not even an accurate body count) for those people we are killing in an unprovoked war based on lies ...

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One short video that should be viewed by every person in the country

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One short video that should be viewed by every person in the country Jim Marrs - 2011-01-01 This is the one short video that should be viewed by every person in the country. It encapsulates everything I have tried to write about - that no one will read.

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Two Californias

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Two Californias Victor Davis Hanson - 2010-12-16 POLITICALLY INCORRECT, BUT TRUE DEPT. Read this dispassionate account of a recent trip through rural California and weep... for this is the future of the United States unless more citizens of all races, religion and ethnicity wake up to the forces bent on destroying this nation. This situation did not come about through sheer happenstance. Jim Two Californias by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online December 16, 2010 The last three weeks I have traveled about, taking the pulse of the more forgotten areas of central California. I wanted to witness, even if superficially, what is happening to a state that has the highest sales and income taxes, the most lavish entitlements, ...

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The Soft Restraints of Ignorance

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The Soft Restraints of Ignorance Kelley B. Vlahos - 2010-12-14 BRAVE NEW WORLD ORDER DEPT. This article lays it on the line. Either wake up and smell the authoritarianism or take two Soma tablets and go back to sleep. Knowledge is power and the Internet is empowering more and more people today, much to the dismay of the New World Order crowd, who would have the populace mere somnambulist and obedient consumers watching TV. Jim The Soft Restraints of Ignorance Aldous Huxley Would Be Proud By Kelley B. Vlahos World News Daily December 14, 2010 Today, Julian Assange sits in a British jail [seeking bail] while the United States government reportedly readies to indict him on charges of espionage. His ...

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World Records that Guinness Never Mentioned

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World Records that Guinness Never Mentioned American Action Report - 2010-12-03 TELL IT LIKE IT IS DEPT. The attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, certainly set a record alright, but one that we may never get to hear about unless there is an outcry from the people. Unfortunately, such an outcry can only come from a population that is awake, aware, concerned and away from the mesmerizing Matrix of the corporate mass media. So don't hold your breath. Jim World Records that Guinness Never Mentioned Everyone is interested in hearing about world records, but we all know that most world records will someday be excelled. Someone will run faster or jump higher than the ...

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THE MADNESS OF A LOST SOCIETY

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THE MADNESS OF A LOST SOCIETY SGTBULL07 - 2010-11-29

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