December 01, 2013 Iceland’s government has announced that it will be writing off up to 24,000 euros ($32,600) of every household’s mortgage, fulfilling its election promise, despite overwhelming criticism from international financial institutions.
According to the government’s website the household debt will be reduced by 13 percent on average. MORE
These would have been great to have during the campaign.
House Republican leaders are under pressure to allow a vote on legislation that would curb the National Security Agency (NSA).
Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) has defended the NSA's spying programs, but a growing bloc of his conference is signing on to a bill that would end the NSA's practice of collecting records on virtually all U.S. phone calls, which was revealed in leaks by Edward Snowden.
A pregnant woman has had her baby forcibly removed by caesarean section by social workers.
Essex social services obtained a High Court order against the woman that allowed her to be forcibly sedated and her child to be taken from her womb.
The council said it was acting in the best interests of the woman, an Italian who was in Britain on a work trip, because she had suffered a mental breakdown.
The baby girl, now 15 months old, is still in the care of social services, who are refusing to give her back to the mother, even though she claims to have made a full recovery.
Samuel Bush was a mechanic who eventually became connected to the New World Order crowd. He was hired as a manager by Buckeye Steel in 1901. Buckeye Steel manufactured parts for railroads.
Buckeye Steel was owned by Frank Rockefeller, brother of John D. Rockefeller. When Rockefeller retired, Bush became president. Among the important customers were the railroads owned by E. H. Harriman.
Brazil raises interest rates to 10%.
r3VOLution began in 2007-2008. I did not arrive on the scene until January 2012, due to my complete and utter ignorance with politics. At my age, it is appalling that I did not know the difference between republican and a democrat, or a ballot sheet from a delegate. I was too wrapped up in my own world.
Had r3VOLution not continued in 2012, I would still be a sheep. There are others like me, and there will be more in 2016.
Here is the worst crime in history still unfolding daily before the world's people and yet, no one cares. No justice is done. No help is given to these poor people.
They should just close down the UN and send all those clowns home. NO ONE is doing a thing to help the Palestinian people.
We are asking all good people here to further this article. Send it to every blog and every news rag and media whore out there. THIS story must be told, but more so, JUSTICE must be done. These dangerous israilli slaves to the bankers MUST be STOPPED NOW!!!
Washington Post Op-Ed Calling For The United States To End Presidential Term Limits To Allow Obama To Run Again In 2016Submitted by ProudAmericanFirst on Sat, 11/30/2013 - 15:12
"As President Obama faces a small revolt within his own party, a Washington Post op-ed is calling for the United States to end presidential term limits and allow him to run again in 2016."
It is becoming obvious President Obama and his globalist handlers have their backs against the wall. They have to resort to inciting racial tension to play divide and conquer to put this nation under marital law. The pressure from above with oppression from the top to justify their tyranny and pressure from below making things so bad the government comes in on a white horse as the savior.
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"U.S. MUST give money to foreign governments in order to be safe" Jan Helfeld hits a home run in this interview.Submitted by pawnstorm12 on Sat, 11/30/2013 - 02:11
I don't know who this idiot Dave Schneider is, but in this interview with Jan, he says the Constitution authorizes foreign aid!
Here's the brilliant interview by Jan...
Excellent Obama Lies Compilation! Not just Obamacare lies...all his lies. (and he's still in office?)Submitted by go213mph on Sat, 11/30/2013 - 01:33
It is a sunny, bright and crisp morning in Taipei. Samantha is visiting a friend out of town, so I've got the run of the house. After making myself a breakfast of scrambled eggs and instant coffee, I walk down the hill to the Family Mart to pick up both copies of Taiwan's English language dailies. An infinite variety of news awaits on the internet, but still I like reading the newspaper enough to make that ten minute walk down the hill, which I know implies having to walk back up the hill.