Did You Know? They Had A Plan For More Than A Year Already : "Rebuilding Syria After Assad" ... No Kidding.Submitted by Cyril on Mon, 09/02/2013 - 05:20
Yup, no kidding...
... If you can stomach it :
One of the things I wanted the Tea Party and the Patriot movement to do when a new congress came into session in 2013 is to find a viable replacement for Speaker of the House. The present person holding the office has not carried out his constitutional duties in the people’s house. The leadership of the House of Representatives should reflect the will of the people and not the agenda of special interest. It has nothing to do with him being a crybaby. But it does not help with having any public confidence either.
Apparently Obama cares more about perceptions of his 'base' than originally thought. He is postponing the strikes, while still claiming (unConstitutionally, I might add) that he has the authority to strike. Discontent within his own party, as well as world-wide disapproval from allies in Europe to allies in the UN (Ban ki Moon) may also been influential in his most recent retreat.
A leading skeptic of U.S. intervention in conflicts abroad said Sunday that that he believes there is only a “50/50″ chance that the GOP-controlled House will vote to authorize the use of U.S military force in the Syria.
“I think it’s at least 50/50 whether the House will vote down involvement in the Syrian war,” Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky said on NBC’s Meet the Press.
“I think the Senate will rubber stamp what [Obama] wants but I think the House will be a much closer vote,” he added. “And there are a lot of questions we have to ask.”
by Chris Rossini
Several weeks ago, I covered how Krugmang and his Keynesian army are clueless about their biggest mistake:
You see, Krugman views the economy as if it were a giant lab experiment. Economics, in his world, is treated like a physical science, such as chemistry. Turn a few knobs here, adjust a few metrics there, tweak some mathematical models elsewhere, and presto!
The fact that the populations of many parts of Eastern and Southeast Asia have traditionally been slim while consuming a high carbohydrate diet, typically rich in white rice is often considered as a ‘Asian Paradox’ by advocates and followers of carbohydrate restricted Low-Carb, Paleo and Primal type diets who hypothesize that such a dietary pattern promotes weight gain.
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"We are only two weeks away from the anniversary of 9/11 and how far we have come. The Obama administration has been making the case for using cruise missiles to strike Syria. Unlike 12 years ago when the U.S. entered Afghanistan or in 2003 when the U.S went to Iraq to prevent Saddam’s WMD’s (which were never found) this time, American’s aren’t buying it.
Story alleges Laura Ingalls Wilder's daughter not only helped shape the books, but was integral to Libertarian ideas.
On The Economic Collapse Blog, 8/5/2013
MP3 of the interview :
Hugo Salinas Price :
"[...] I think we are going to see a series of bankruptcies. I think the rise in interest rates is the fatal sign which is going to ignite a derivatives crisis. This is going to bring down the derivatives system and the financial system.
By Bob Rinear, for The International Forecaster :
August 3, 2013: Inside the report, more people fell out of the job pool. Inside the report we saw wages fall. The BLS added 54K jobs to the report that didn’t exist. But that’s just the “simple” stuff. Take a peek at this... for the entire year of 2013 we’ve created 953K jobs. But and this is the catch... 731,000 of them have all been part time [...]
Title indicates as much: "Lapdog media learns nothing, beats war drums again."
Body following does title justice. Suggest reading. Link: http://www.salon.com/2013/08/29/lapdog_media_learns_nothing_...