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Sep 19 23:12

China Blames Wall Street Meltdown On Fed Overissuance Of Currency

China’s state media today reports on the real reason behind the Wall Street meltdown and a subject that the mainstream US media dare not mention - the Federal Reserve’s overissuance of currency - which the Chinese say is part of a wider agenda to justify increased control over the global economy.

Sep 19 23:07

The economic meltdown is no accident

The collapse of the dollar is no accident! This has been planned for decades as part of the New World Order. After the dollar collapses, the North American Union will be implemented and the dollar will be replaced with the Amero.

Sep 19 17:29

Aimee Allen, Ron Paul Anthem

START A REVOLUTION!

Sep 19 16:46

"We Blew Her to Pieces"

Aside from the Iraqi people, nobody knows what the U.S. military is doing in Iraq better than the soldiers themselves. A new book gives readers vivid and detailed accounts of the devastation the U.S. occupation has brought to Iraq, in the soldiers' own words.

"Winter Soldier Iraq and Afghanistan: Eyewitness Accounts of the Occupation," published by Haymarket Books Tuesday, is a gut-wrenching, historic chronicle of what the U.S. military has done to Iraq, as well as its own soldiers.

Sep 19 14:25

IT’S THE DERIVATIVES, STUPID!

Desperate Measures for Desperate Times

Sep 19 10:51

Should Election Day be a FEDERAL NATIONAL HOLIDAY?

Yes
85% (1760 votes)
No
15% (308 votes)
Total votes: 2068
Sep 19 08:06

[Video] What is left on the cutting room floor

Mike Wallace Interviewed Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on 60 Minutes. At the request of the Iranian President Ahmadinejad, the FULL UNEDITED version was shown on C-SPAN. "The cable public affairs net will air the 60 Minutes edited version, followed by the full 90-minute interview, to give viewers a window on what is left on the cutting room floor." - John Eggerton -- Broadcasting & Cable, 8/11/2006

Sep 19 03:20

Foreclosures prompt plunge in Calif. home prices

Home sales in California surged in August as a flood of foreclosures tugged down prices.

Figures released Thursday by MDA DataQuick showed 37,988 new and preowned homes were sold statewide last month, up 13.6 percent from August 2007 but down 3.8 percent from July.

The firm said 46.9 percent of all homes sold last month were foreclosed properties.

That helped send the statewide median home price plunging 35.3 percent to $301,000 during the year ended in August.

Sep 19 01:36

America and China Joined at the Hip

By DAVE LINDORFF

18/9/08 "Counterpunch" -- - With the government now having spent over $800 billion in less than a year shoring up tottering financial companies that had become little more than casinos (and rigged ones at that), America is looking increasingly like China, a country where the state has been gradually getting out of the business of directly owning companies.

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