Daily Archives: November 24, 2010

TSA Administrative Directive: Opt-Outters To Be Considered “Domestic Extremists”

The memo, according to Doug Hagmann, “officially addresses those who are opposed to, or engaged in the disruption of the implementation of the enhanced airport screening procedures as ‘domestic extremists’.”


China, Russia quit dollar $DXY

St. Petersburg, Russia – China and Russia have decided to renounce the US dollar and resort to using their own currencies for bilateral trade, Premier Wen Jiabao and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin announced late on Tuesday.


Fascist America: Full-body scanners popping up at courthouses

The U.S. Marshals Service, which is in charge of protecting federal judges nationwide, is exploring their use at federal courthouses. And two state courthouses in Douglas and El Paso counties in Colorado have already deployed full-body scanners… 


Durable Goods Massacre: Plunge To -3.3%

“New orders for manufactured durable goods in October decreased $6.8 billion or 3.3 percent to $196.0 billion, the U.S. Census Bureau announced today. This decrease, down two of the last three months… 


Foreclosure-Gate: Matt Taibbi on The Trillion Dollar Housing Fraud

Matt Taibbi explains how our system of title transfers which is hundreds of years old is being thrown out and replaced by the MERS system. Matt talks about how the banks are creating fraudulent paperwork for the courts.


A Crystal-Ball Glimpse Of Next-Generation Cyber Security

As users become more mobile and businesses become more interdependent, the “security perimeter” is becoming increasingly harder to define — and nearly impossible to defend.


TSA Searches: Are Trains and Subways Next?

Soon after taking over the TSA Pistole told USA Today that he will work to expand airport Gestapo zones. “Protecting riders on mass-transit systems from terrorist attacks will be as high a priority as ensuring safe air travel,…


Ron Paul: Crotch Groped by TSA, Calls for Boycott of Airlines

Appearing on the Alex Jones Show today, Texas Congressman Ron Paul expressed his outrage and disgust with the TSA and its unconstitutional naked body scanners and genital groping under the transparent pretense of protecting the American people from…


Foreclosure-Gate: Countrywide’s mortgage fraud could threaten BofA $BAC

If the mortgage notes were not properly distributed to the different parties involved, the foreclosure process could be stopped by anyone who asked where the mortgage note is or who holds it. 



Larson Loans, Frankenfoods, and Vaccines on the House

“The boys behind the curtain will try to first implement an ACTA-type bill with “official” congressional legislation approved by both the House and Senate in the U.S. and, absent or failing that, the treaty itself with an executive order;…


Senate Bill 510 Now On the Floor of the Senate

One of the most alarming bills to the TSP community this year has been Senate Bill 510 also known as “The FDA Food Safety Modernization Act” . I have talked about it on the air a few times. Unfortunately this bill is rife with rumors that state…


South Korean Trade Agreement: Another economy killing trade agreement in the Works

“We are being set up, as a nation. A food crisis is about to hit this country as our strategic grain reserve sits empty, as no commodities surpluses have been stockpiled and as absolutely every agricultural product is targeted for exporting…


Majority oppose body scans, nearly half seek alternative to flying

The use of backscatter x-ray machines to scan travelers’ bodies and new pat down procedures at airports will cause 48% of Americans to seek an alternative means of transportation, according to a Zogby International poll.


Big Pharma researchers working on drug to erase your memories

The idea that you can “heal” a patient by chemically lobotomizing them is, of course, entirely consistent with the core mythology of modern medicine: If something’s wrong, you should poison it, burn it, irradiate it or cut it out…


First, they send you off to war, and if you somehow manage to survive that, they erase your memories when you come back home so you can’t talk to the press about what really happened. 



The Complete History of Airport Security, Visualized

The TSA’s been under fire for everything from overly aggressive screenings to ongoing privacy concerns. That’s where we are. But how did we get here? Like anything else: step by step.