Tuesday, April 19, 2005
From the March 2005 Idaho Observer:
On faith that it was the right thing to do for the right reasons, The Idaho Observer produced The Report of the Citizens Commission on 9/11. The evidence shows that our own government was deeply involved in the planning and execution of events that led to the Twin Towers’ collapse in New York, the attack on the Pentagon and the airplane crash near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Because of this incident, a war has been declared and waged on the civil liberties of the American people. We, the informed people of this country, are dutibound to inform our uninformed countrymen as to what really happened. Also because of this event, a phony war against terrorism was declared by the co-perpetrators of 9/11 and, as a result, at least 100,000 innocent people have been killed, two nations have been destroyed and plans to destroy more people and nations are going forward—in our name. Since key individuals in the 9/11 tragedy are officials at the highest levels of our own government are the real terrorists behind 9/11 and the subsequent war on terror, it is our responsibility to remove them from power and stop the insanity of global war against the innocent peoples of sovereign nations.
We need your help. 9/11 is the key—not only to the presently deteriorating state of global and domestic affairs but to removing the cabal of warmongering reprobates who have assumed the reigns of power in our nation; their 9/11 cover story is so weak that, if we can expose it for the pure fiction that it is, they will have no place to hide. If God is willing and we are worthy, we WILL restore our Republic to its former grace. (DWH)
Paul Volcker: Most Dangerous Economy Ever
He says: "I don't know whether change will come with a bang or a whimper, whether sooner or later. But as things stand, it is more likely than not that it will be financial crises rather than policy foresight that will force the change. [NewsMax]
We must clean out Congress in 2006 with the exception of Ron Paul and Tom Tancredo. These worthless employees have had decades to do their job. How long do you continue to reward employees who don't perform? They haven't, so it's time to fire them. No more excuses...
SHOULD OFFICIALS OF THE FDIC BE PROSECUTED?
Housing starts slide 18%
March housing starts fell to a 1.837 million unit rate from an upwardly revised 2.229 million unit pace in February. The decline marked the largest monthly drop since January 1991, when starts also fell 17.6 percent. [CNN Money]
General Motors Reports $1.1B Loss in 1Q
General Motors Reports $1.1 Billion First-Quarter Loss on Weak Response to New Models, Charges
It shares have plunged in recent weeks to levels not seen in a decade or more.
Asian automakers such as Toyota Motor Corp., Nissan Motor Co. and Hyundai Motor Co. continue to make U.S. market share gains with new products at the expense of GM and Ford Motor Co., the nation's No. 2 automaker.
GM's GMAC finance arm, which has contributed heavily to profits in recent quarters, earned $728 million in the quarter, down from $764 million in the year-ago quarter. The last time GM's automotive earnings outpaced those at GMAC was in the fourth quarter of 2002. [Yahoo]
Creeping Communism at the U.N.
In other words, waking up homeless on the land our forefathers conquered.
Debt-For-Environment Swaps for National Desertification Funds