Friday, June 29, 2007

Anti-tank dog

London Bomb - What a Crock of Crap!!

Be sure to read the posters profile

Two Reporters Blow The Whistle On FOX News

Reporters Steve Wilson and Jane Akre were first asked by FOX News and later bribed, to downplay a story they had on a cancer-causing growth hormone called Posilac.
The reporters decided to blow the whistle on FOX News and filed a law suit. After the ordeal was over, it was discovered in the appeals court that it's actually not against the law to falsify the "News."

2007 seen as second warmest year as climate shifts

This year is on track to be the second warmest since records began in the 1860s and floods in Pakistan or a heatwave in Greece may herald worse disruptions in store from global warming, experts said on Friday.

Rodney Gangerfield smoked pot daily for 60 years

Rappin' Rodney

Big Oil and Big Media Confront Hugo Chavez

,,,,can barely contain their displeasure over Hugo Chavez wanting Venezuela to have majority ownership of its own assets and no longer let Big (foreign) Oil investors plunder them.

Your RFID chip awaits you

Doctors could soon be storing essential medical information under the skin of their patients, the American Medical Association says.

Thursday, June 28, 2007

Dosing with Paris

House Grudgingly Accepts a Pay Raise of $4000

Of course the only way to get a minimum wage increase was to attach it to a war bill(cough,cough)

Tiger Woods At 2 Years Old

Angler: The Cheney Vice Presidency

The Vienna Vegetable Orchestra

Romney's Shaggy Dog Story(What could go wrong?)

Before beginning the drive, Mitt Romney put Seamus, the family's hulking Irish setter, in a dog carrier and attached it to the station wagon's roof rack. He'd built a windshield for the carrier, to make the ride more comfortable for the dog. __

Here he defends it

US Jail, Prison Popluation Has Biggest Rise in 6 Years

It said the nation’s prison and jail populations increased by more than 62,000 inmates, or 2.8 percent, to about 2,245,000 inmates in the 12-month period that ended on June 30, 2006. It was the biggest jump in numbers and percentage change in six years.

Women of color are the fastest growing population of incarcerated people in the US, yet this story is never told or reported on.

Kremlin lays claim to huge chunk of oil-rich North Pole

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

When the last Kaw died

According to T. S. Huffaker, who lived among them, chiefly as teacher, from 1850 to 1873, only one Indian of the tribe was converted to Christianity during that period, while the influence of frontier settlers and traders, with the introduction of liquor, stood in the way of the good that the schools might otherwise have accomplished. While at Council Grove they subsisted largely by hunting the buffalo, until the extinction of the herds, when they took up desultory farming under the instruction of Government teachers, because driven to it by necessity,,,,

ghost dance

Saturday, June 23, 2007

Dinah Shore Singing An Iranian Love Song

(I remember )--Birds and DDT

Inside the control room of a nuclear power plant.

The scariest picture I think I've seen on the internet

Drug Company's Latest Tricks to Control Congress

In all, the pharmaceutical and health-products industry has spent more on lobbying -- over $1 billion -- in the last decade than any other industry.

Their influence is just massive. Eli Lilly alone spent $3.7 million on lobbying last year, and employed 40 lobbyists to represent its interests. This year, they’ve already hired on three new outside lobbying firms.

Thursday, June 21, 2007

PGA Tour cracks down on dope

In keeping with current anti-doping trends in professional sports, PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem has announced that golf will be following suit with its own regime of drug testing and substance regulations.

Legalize Marijuana or Hand Over Your Guns

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

McCaskill’s Fraud Squad

Missouri Junior Senator Claire McCaskill has returned from Iraq and reports (here, here, and here) that the waste and fraud may be “beyond calculation”.

The Zappa Family Trust Order of Cease and Desist

Pay a buck, spot a fugitive, earn up to $1,000.

A new “newspaper” called Kansas City’s Most Wanted, which will be sold at 40 convenience and liquor stores in the two Kansas Citys starting today.

The eight-page publication costs $1 and features mugs of 70 to 80 local fugitives, grouped by the felonies they allegedly committed.

The Sights and Sounds of Woodsongs

Monday, June 18, 2007

International Space Station as viewed from earth with a telescope and recorded on webcam

Skull and Bones Belt Buckle

Chillin on Petes Couch is teh Awesome!!

What if we had a nuclear war and nobody noticed?

(video)-Corporations In The Classroom

Marketing to school age students is now a 2 billion dollar industry

Watch as donations become classroom resources and product placement opportunities. The good news is some school districts are fighting back and succeeding in keeping the classrooms a safe haven from the marketing hype.

Justices say home healthcare aides not entitled to minimum wage, overtime

The nation's home healthcare aides are not entitled to minimum wages or overtime pay under federal law, even if they work for private employers, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.

It Can’t Happen Here --by Ron Paul, 2004

Sunday, June 17, 2007

If it comes to a shooting war ... Consider these snapshots of China

Historic Glass Bottle Identification

Government does NOT want you to visit these 10 websites

The US State Department has officially blacklisted the 10 websites listed below as sources of disinformation.
See you on the flipsidedispilf

The wars that oil the Pentagon's engine

According to one report, 53 million liters daily, more than Switzerland's consumption, is needed to keep America's war machine humming.

Note: I see a discrepancy here between these two identical reports. One is giving the amount in liters and the other in gallons

SWAT teams to train at local schools

What could go wrong?

Dolly Parton now an honorary Girl Scout

There's a joke here somewhere

Saturday, June 16, 2007

The first 'space tourism commercial'

The Who Mashups

Six albums full of cleverly combined songs of others and some originals.
(and don't miss the videos)

(Video)Kokesh Penalty Reduced to General Discharge

Kokesh Penalty Reduced to General Discharge
By Dave Helling
The Kansas City Star

New system detects calls while driving

Instead of police officer needing to observe a cellphone in use, the system automatically detects a cell phone call and records which car was making the call.
Already in use in a few European countries the system will make it to the US this fall it is designed to detect, identify and cite drivers who break cell phone us laws."

Wounded Knee Massacre & Action Call: Defend The Black Hills

Antiterror Rules for Small Jets and Boats

The first set of new rules, to be announced by the end of this summer, will most likely be for small planes. Under those rules, boarding of small private planes would continue to be allowed without X-ray screening of passengers and baggage.

Disasters

WILDERS LIVE SHOWS

Speed Kills

In 2002, the 'Tarnak Farm incident' saw US fighter-bombers attack a group of Canadian soldiers, killing four and wounding another eight near Kandahar in Afghanistan.

During official hearings into the incident, the US pilots testified that they had been ordered to take amphetamines to keep awake. The pilots blamed the pills for their actions.

Thursday, June 14, 2007

(video)-GIs take Manhattan: Operation First Casualty

A lot of people hate the police because the police hate us first.

The Year(s) of Lying Desperately

Drug tax collectors at Tennessees Bonnaroo festival

Jack Daniels Drought

A drought in Lynchburg, Tenn., is putting the production of legendary Jack Daniel's whiskey at risk. The spring used to craft Jack Daniel's may dry up, and although the Tennessee whiskey maker is conserving the water, distillers are wondering what may happen if the spring goes dry.

Kurt Waldheim, Former U.N. Chief, Is Dead at 88

Kurt Waldheim, whose legacy as U.N. secretary-general was overshadowed by revelations that he belonged to a German army unit that committed atrocities in the Balkans in World War II, died Thursday. He was 88.

ZEITGEIST, The Movie - Full Production

What does Christianity, 911 and The Federal Reserve have in common? This is the full Zeitgeist production. Please note it is an ... all » experiential work; the opening 3 min has no video - just audio,

Harriet Miers's Blog

Miers Will Be Subpoenaed, Officials Say

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Greg Brady stoned on ‘The Brady Bunch’

Transportation Department Accused Of Lobbying For Auto Industry

If I am elected president by Chuck Norris

Tattoo an American flag with the words, "In God we trust," on the forehead of every atheist.

HUH?

Jimi Hendrix -- Star Spangled Banner-You Tube

Potato-gun Prosecution

Carlyle Group Buys LA Studio Complex For $150M

Let the White Male Christian Propaganda begin.

Tommy Chong speaks truth to power.

Iran moves to execute porn stars

The bill also envisages convictions ranging from one year imprisonment to a death sentence for the main distributors of the movies and also producers of Web sites in which the pornographic works would appear.

19th-Century Weapon Found in Whale

A 50-ton bowhead whale caught off the Alaskan coast last month had a weapon fragment embedded in its neck that showed it survived a similar hunt - more than a century ago. Embedded deep under its blubber was a 3 1/2-inch arrow-shaped projectile that has given researchers insight into the whale's age, estimated between 115 and 130 years old.

CSN - To The Last Whale

Acid Rain Dance By Robert Mirabal

YOU, Are Trespassing!!

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Kansas Indian Tribes

Native American Music Blog

The largest gathering place for the Plains Indians was in the loop where the Kansas River met the Missouri River, just east of where now I-635 runs. The last of a large open space where Indian encampments had been regularly established for centuries was dug under and destroyed in the late seventies by the construction of the new interchange with no regards to any historical consideration.
"The White Man Takes No Prisoners"

What Would You Do?

What Would You Do-Paris-Sonic Jihad.mp3

If Americans Knew - (trailer)

Has Anybody Seen My Gal

How to Yodel

WENT TO KANSAS


Leaving Kansas

Tax Haven Racket -by Ralph Nader

No U.S. Disclosure of Secret Satellites

A French space-surveillance radar has detected 20-30 satellites in low Earth orbit that do not figure in the U.S. Defense Department's published catalogue, a discovery that French officials say they will use to pressure U.S. authorities to stop publishing the whereabouts of French reconnaissance and military communications satellites.
"Global military spending rose 3.5 percent last year to $1.2 trillion...The United States spent $529 billion"

That's right, the United States accounts for 44% of the world's military spending.

Army Dumping Munitions at Sea

"The Army now admits that it secretly dumped 64 million pounds of nerve and mustard agents into the sea, along with 400,000 chemical-filled bombs, land mines and rockets and more than 500 tons of radioactive waste - either tossed overboard or packed into the holds of scuttled vessels."
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Gulf dead zone is growing(discussion)

Pope opposed Bob Dylan singing to John Paul in 1997.

Hillary Wants Troops in Iraq for at Least 10 Years

Man Dies In Accident Despite Girlfriend's Attempts To Help

Sometimes, You Just Can't Win

We got 126,000 contractors over there(Iraq), some of them making more than the secretary of defense,”

See-The corporate takeover of U.S. intelligence

And-The Rise of Corporations



Twenty Things You Should Know About Corporate Crime

"Corporate Hall of Shame"

Protesting New York's installation of more traffic surveillance cameras.

The number of cameras will be more like 1,000 and will threaten people's privacy.

Monday, June 11, 2007

She talks during sex

Carving Up the Congo

International logging companies are causing social chaos and wreaking environmental havoc in the Democratic Republic of Congo, home of the world's second largest rainforest.

Our film reveals how the World Bank, by far the largest donor to the DRC, is failing to stop this destruction whilst the rainforest is being sold off under the illusion that it will alleviate poverty in one of the poorest countries on Earth.

Sunday, June 10, 2007

Soldiers form uneasy alliance with militants

The war effort in Iraq has become so desperate that U.S. soldiers now fight alongside insurgents who have attacked and killed Americans in the past.

Friday, June 08, 2007

This weeks torture links(deleted from it's original post)

Graphic Alert: The Torture Never Stops

MAY 24--In a recent raid on an al-Qaeda safe house in Iraq, U.S. military officials recovered an assortment of crude drawings depicting torture methods like "blowtorch to the skin" and "eye removal." Along with the images, which you'll find on the following pages, soldiers seized various torture implements, like meat cleavers, whips, and wire cutters.

Quadriplegic Serving 10-Day Sentence For First-Time Marijuana Charge Dies In DC Jail

Washington, DC: A 27-year-old quadriplegic man sentenced to serve ten days in a Washington, DC jail on charges that he possessed a minor amount of marijuana died while in custody last week due to inadequate health care, including prison officials' failure to provide him with a ventilator.

CIA agents go on trial in Italy

Thursday, June 07, 2007

Peligro!! Diablos Rojos!!

‘Choose Death’ Special License Plates

An actual bill introduced by Sen. Mike Fair a while back requires the state DMV to issue license plates that say “Choose Death.”

Republican Senator punches Democrat Senator

“I’m getting tired of getting damned run over,” Bishop said as Democrats continued to block the bill from being heard.

Bandar Bush given 1B$ in secret deal.

More than £1billion was secretly paid for over a decade to a Saudi prince by the defence company BAE as part of Britain's largest-ever arms deal.

More here

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

As Medicare goes private, the press just stands by

The government sounds like the voice of the insurance industry as it hucksters older Americans into joining ‘Medicare Advantage,’ a means of unraveling the popular, effective program. Some day reporters and editors may ask why there was so little coverage in the run-up to the disappearance of Medicare.

BOOMERS BEHIND BARS

Across the nation, the number of prisoners over age 50 in state and federal prisons is rising at about 8% a year

Biden Admits Post-9/11 Meeting With Hijacker's Financier

No adequate explanation has been forthcoming as to why top government and intelligence officials were meeting with the money man behind the alleged hijackers before and after 9/11.

500 Years of Female Portraits in Western Art

Foreword to The Intelligent Universe

The Neverending Picture

Monday, June 04, 2007

Congress, are you listening?

Spending one single dollar on those bases in Iraq is now against the law.

The winds of secession are blowing in the Green Mountain State.

Tales of a Torturer

Lagouranis had forced a grandfather to kneel all night in the cold and bombarded others in metal shipping containers with the tape of the self-help parody "Feel This Book: An Essential Guide to Self-Empowerment, Spiritual Supremacy, and Sexual Satisfaction," by comedians Ben Stiller and Janeane Garofalo.
That would be torture!!!

Do A Background Check On Yourself

Be sure to read the comments for additional resources

U.S. Government Gave Airtime to Terrorists, Official Admits

The Bush Administration spent $63 MILLION of American TAXPAYER dollars on a television station that ended up helping support violence against our troops.
Al Hurra television, the U.S. government's $63 million-a-year effort at public diplomacy broadcasting in the Middle East, is run by executives and officials who cannot speak Arabic, according to a senior official who oversees the program.

Truck Bombs On 9/11

and who are the Naudet Brothers?

Mike Gravel on the Debates

"We have killed more Americans [during the Iraq war] then were killed on Sept 11th. More Americans died because of [these candidate's] decisions and this disqualifies them from being president, not because they are bad people but because they lack moral judgment"

Mike Gravel explains how to end the war

Freedom Can Not Be Tolerated

The man George Clooney played in the movie Syriana

Saturday, June 02, 2007

According to this guy,

,,the world’s housecats consume more fish than all the world’s seals and we have made the cow into the largest aquatic predator on the planet because more than one half of all fish taken from the sea is converted into meal for animal feed.

The End of Dollar Hegemony, Part I by Congressman Ron Paul

Burying the retarded on Woodpecker Hill