"Am I therefore become your enemy,because I TELL YOU THE TRUTH...?"
(Galatians 4:16)

Saturday, May 30, 2009

Saudi beheads and crucifies murder convict...

Saudi authorities beheaded and crucified a man convicted of brutally slaying an 11-year-old boy and his father, the Interior Ministry announced.
According to the statement issued by the ministry Friday, shop owner Ahmed al-Anzi molested the boy and then strangled him with a length of rope. He then stabbed the boy's father to death when the man came looking for his son....

Ex-Iraqi trade minister arrested in graft case

Iraq's former trade minister was arrested Saturday in a burgeoning corruption scandal after his plane was ordered back to Baghdad while en route to the United Arab Emirates, officials said.
The fight against corruption is emerging as a major issue in Iraq, with many Iraqis convinced that graft and government mismanagement are nearly as a great a threat to the country as armed insurgency....

Iran Hangs Three over Mosque Bombing

Iran on Saturday hanged three men in public accused of involvement in the bombing of a Shiite mosque that killed 25 people, an official said, branding them "terrorists" and "enemies of God."
Iran also summoned Pakistan's ambassador Mohammad Bakhsh Abbasi over the deadly attack after Sunni rebels reportedly claimed responsibility, the official IRNA news agency reported.

Iran Holds Mosque Funerals

Ahmadinejad's economic record may sway Iran vote

If Iranian voters deny President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad re-election next month, it may be more a verdict on his economic performance than on his fierce rhetoric against the United States and Israel, his defense of Iran's nuclear policy or his persistent questioning of the Holocaust....

U.S. blamed for deadly mosque blast

US condemns "terrorist attacks" in Iran

The United States on Friday condemned recent "terrorist attacks" on the soil of its arch-foe Iran,and denied claims by some officials there that it was behind a deadly bombing of a Shiite mosque.
The firm US line followed a suicide strike on the mosque in Zahedan, restive capital of Sistan-Baluchestan province, bordering Afghanistan and Pakistan,which killed at least 25 people on Thursday.

BIG BROTHER WATCH:"Government refuses to release secret documents"

The Obama administration insists it has no obligation to provide access to a top secret document in a wiretapping case, setting up a showdown next week with the judge who ordered it released.
Justice Department lawyers, in a response Friday with the U.S. District Court in San Francisco, also argued that Judge Vaughn Walker had no cause to penalize the government over its refusal to turn over the document.Walker on May 22 threatened to punish the administration for withholding the document, which he ordered given to lawyers suing the government over its warrantless wiretapping program....

Cybersecurity: Obama’s Promise to Trash the Constitution

During a aspeech today on "Cybersecurity",Obama told a whopper....
It is possible that Obama never heard of Mark Klein.....???

George Bush Calls Clinton “Brother,” Babs Bush Calls Him “Son”

Former U.S. Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton traded jokes about life after the Oval Office and took turns defending each other as they shared a stage in Toronto on Friday to discuss global affairs.In a sold-out event billed as their first conversation on stage since they left office, Bush and Clinton disagreed politely about a couple of issues, backed each other on others and refused to criticize anything current President Barack Obama was doing...

"WAR CRIMINALS":Protesters Denounce Joint Bush/Clinton Appearance in Toronto

Friday, May 29, 2009


Taxpayers are on the hook for an extra $55,000 a household to cover rising federal commitments made just in the past year for retirement benefits, the national debt and other government promises, a USA TODAY analysis shows.

‘Semper Fi’ Scrutiny:"Disabled Veteran’s Patriotic Stickers Under Fire"

WOFL: Frank Larison is a disabled veteran with more than 14 years of service, including more than a year of combat duty in Vietnam. The 58-year-old former Marine now finds himself under attack by his Dallas homeowners association for displaying seven decals on his vehicle supporting the Marine Corps...

"Iranian women need more rights":Candidate's Wife...

Fatemeh Karroubi is campaigning tirelessly for her husband ahead of Iran's presidential vote. A win for him, she says, would also be a victory for all Iranian women.
Her reformist husband, Mehdi Karroubi, is one of three challengers to incumbent conservative President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in the June 12 election.

Iran:Gunmen wound 3 at president's campaign site

Gunmen wounded three people at one of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's campaign offices in southeast Iran on Friday, a day after a bombing in a Shiite mosque in the same city killed 25 people, the official news agency said.The attacks took place in Zahedan, the capital of a lawless province near Pakistan and Afghanistan that has witnessed attacks by Jundallah, a militant group that claims to be fighting for the rights of minority Sunnis and is believed to have al-Qaida links.Abdel Raouf Rigi, a Jundallah spokesman, told Al-Arabiya television that his group was responsible for Thursday's attack and said it was carried out by a suicide bomber targeting a secret meeting of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards that was taking place inside the mosque.....

Islamic death threat targets U.S. radio host:"We will see his fat rotting torso dumped on the side of the road or in some swamp"

A top U.S. radio talk show host has become the subject of an Islamist Internet death threat, WND has learned.
Rusty Humphries, whose show is broadcast on over 250 stations through Talk Radio Network, was the target of the tirade, posted on a blog powered by Google entitled, "The Jew Report." Humphries is an outspoken critic of Islamic terrorism and a strong supporter of the U.S.-led war on terror.

Iran Official:"U.S. Hired Deadly Mosque Bombers"

A top Iranian official accused the U.S. of hiring the bombers who carried out a devastating attack on a Shiite mosque in the southeastern city of Zahedan, killing as many as 23, Fars news agency reported on Friday.

Ahmadinejad Suspected of Giving the Poor "Potatoes for Votes"...

In two weeks, Iran’s presidential election will determine whether Mahmoud Ahmadinejad remains in office and whether his country continues its drive to become a nuclear power.
The stakes could scarcely be higher, but it is the lowly potato that has been grabbing attention....

"I WAS NEVER A SPY":Roxana Saberi’s Gives First TV Interview to Diane Sawyer

"I felt that God had abandoned me."

Explosion in mosque kills 15 in southeast Iran

An explosion in a mosque killed 15 people and wounded 80 Thursday in southeast Iran near the volatile Pakistani border, the state news agency said.
Iranian officials were investigating the cause of the explosion in the city of Zahedan, some 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometers) southeast of the capital, Tehran, said the Islamic Republic News Agency.

N. Korea Tests Another Missile and Warns U.N.

Army chief:US able to fight North Korea if necessary

The United States could fight an old-fashioned war against North Korea if necessary, even while newer forms of conflict against terrorists and extremists continue, the Army's top officer said Thursday.
Asked whether the United States would be prepared to fight if war broke out between South Korea and North Korea, Gen. George Casey replied, "The short answer is yes," then added that "it would probably take us a little bit longer to shift gears" away from the type of counterinsurgency fighting that now occupies the Army.

China May Test North Korea Sway After Nuclear Test

China has the ability to cripple North Korea by cutting off shipments of food, fuel, and luxury goods that Kim Jong Il doles out to loyalists. Kim’s nuclear detonation may put that leverage in play and test its impact on the leadership.
China is increasingly frustrated by North Korea’s defiance of United Nations resolutions designed to curb its atomic and missile programs and is concerned that a nuclear-armed government in Pyongyang could spark a new arms race in Asia
, analysts and a person familiar with the Obama administration’s policy said.

North Korea test-fires missile,slams Security Council

North Korea warned Friday it would act in "self-defense" if provoked by the U.N. Security Council, which is considering tough sanctions over the communist country's nuclear test, and followed the threat with the test launch of another short-range missile....

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Obama mouthpiece laughs off birth certificate request:'It's on the Internet, Lester,' claims Gibbs at White House briefing

Somebody finally asked Barack Obama's White House press secretary about the president's elusive birth certificate.
When asked by WND White House correspondent Les Kinsolving why the president, who has pledged transparency in his administration,would not release his long-form birth certificate to establish his constitutional eligibility for office, spokesman Robert Gibbs guffawed in unison with members of the Washington press corps
about the concerns of 400,000 petitioners who have demanded it.

Analysis: GM Bondholders Took 'Sweetened Deal'

GM All but Certain to File for Chapter 11

General Motors, the company that was once the nation's largest employer, moved to the edge of bankruptcy protection Wednesday as debtholders refused a last-ditch deal.

Chrysler's 'hit list' targets GOP donors:Dealers who give to Republicans much more likely to be shuttered

As part of its Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Chrysler is terminating one-fourth of its franchises – but some say its catalog of doomed dealerships looks more like a hit list that specifically seeks to put Republican donors out of business.
Chrysler will now be eligible for up to $8 billion in taxpayer-funded federal aid. The federal government has already provided $8.58 billion to Chrysler and Chrysler Holding between the months of January and May of this year.

Obama:"We Are Determined to Answer the Times"



Reporter dragged kicking,screaming from near Air Force One...

A reporter for a small newspaper was forcibly removed from a press area near Air Force One shortly before President Barack Obama arrived at Los Angeles International Airport to depart California early Thursday.
Airport security officers carried the woman away by the feet and arms as she protested her removal.
She later identified herself as Brenda Lee, a writer for the Georgia Informer in Macon and said she has White House press credentials. The newspaper's Web site says it is a monthly publication, and a Brenda Lee column is posted on it...

New Web Ad Hits Harry Reid for ‘Blowout’ Hollywood Party at Caesar’s Palace

"Record foreclosures. Nevada's economy in turmoil. And what's Harry Reid doing...?"


--Battle Over Sotomayor Heats...

Krauthammer:"Sotomayor’s Nomination Centers on Democratic Party’s "Identity Politics""

"She says that she has physiological cultural experiential tools as a Latina woman to be a superior judge to a white male, which is reflective perfectly of the democratic party's identity politics in which free citizens are herded into groups arranged in a hierarchy of wisdom, authority and entitlement."

GREEN QUEEN:"Every aspect of our lives MUST BE SUBJECT TO INVENTORY"...

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi urged Beijing on Thursday to cooperate on climate change, calling a safe environment a basic human right.
Speaking at Beijing's elite Tsinghua University, Pelosi continued the theme of her five-day China trip — that combating global warming represented a new challenge that both governments must tackle jointly.
"We are all in this together," Pelosi told an audience of about 200 students and faculty who applauded enthusiastically throughout the 45-minute session. "The impact of climate change is a tremendous risk to the security and well-being of our countries."

POLICE STATE WATCH:Oklahoma Paramedics & Troopers Defend Themselves Over Fight Caught on Tape...

KWTV: OHP claims the dispute started after the ambulance failed to yield to troopers who were responding to call. Once the troopers finished their official business, they pulled over EMS as paramedics were transporting a patient inside. That patient was Kenyada Davis' mother. Davis shot this video of the confrontation after paramedics were pulled over.

Prosecutor in anthrax,Blackwater cases resigns

The federal prosecutor who became the public face of the Justice Department's investigation into the 2001 anthrax attacks, the killing of Chandra Levy and the Blackwater Worldwide shooting is resigning.
Washington U.S. Attorney Jeffrey Taylor, a holdover from the Bush administration, will leave the Justice Department on Friday. He is joining the auditing firm Ernst & Young, where he will lead their fraud investigation practice.
Taylor inherited the anthrax and Chandra Levy investigations and declared both long-unsolved matters closed.

Obama:"Economy Is Back From the Brink"

President Barack Obama defended his Supreme Court pick and painted an upbeat vision of the economy Wednesday as he addressed major donors to the Democratic Party in Beverly Hills.
"It's safe to say we have stepped back from the brink, that there is some calm that didn't exist before," Obama told donors and celebrities at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. He said the stimulus bill that Congress passed three months ago is starting to improve the economy.

Gibbs Incredulous as Radio Host Presses Obama Birth Certificate Issue During Briefing

“I know there are, apparently, at least 400,000 people who continue to doubt the existence of and the certification by the state of Hawaii, of the president’s birth there. But it’s on the Internet because we put it on the Internet for each of those 400,000 to download. I certainly hope by the fourth year of our administration that we’ll have dealt with this burgeoning birth controversy.”

PS:Gibbs is a living joke...highly fit as a "BHO Spokesman...."Where did they find him...?He knows he is lying to his teeth.The "birth certificate" they had on line was a forge....well..both of them...the first one and the second one...Do they really think people is stupid...?May be...the Obama worshippers for sure...But every day there are more and more people waking up to the fact that BHO was the globalist pick to carry on with their world plan.Period.BHO...another globalist...Gibbs...a puppet...just a puppet...
As in the days of Noah....

Obama Orders Review of Top Secret Classification

Expanding his drive to open government, President Barack Obama is ordering two studies of whether the government is classifying too much information and using too many different ways to keep it from public view. He wants the answers in just 90 days, and it's no secret which way he's leaning.

Obama Tells Hollywood Dinner:"You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet..."

Even as he conceded there is still much hard work to do, President Obama was in a boastful mood Wednesday night, telling a star-studded crowd at a fundraising dinner that he "would put these first four months up against any prior administration since FDR."The president, speaking to a dinner that included Hollywood A-listers like Kiefer Sutherland, Marisa Tomei, Jamie Foxx, Ron Howard and Steven Spielberg, lauded the legislation he has signed since taking office but added that he is "not satisfied..."

Obama Fundraising Trips Leave Taxpayers With Hefty Tab...

President Obama has the star power to raise millions of dollars for the candidates and organizations he graces with his stump speech.
But when the president hit the road Tuesday for a two-day fundraising tour to pack the party coffers, he also was racking up a $265,000 partisan bill for just one leg of the trip, according to a watchdog group -- part of which taxpayers, regardless of party affiliation, will have to pay...

Cyclone Aila Displace Millions....

QUAKEWATCH:7.1 MAG Quake Hits Honduras,Belize:"Felt in much of Central America"

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras – A powerful earthquake toppled more than two dozen homes in Honduras and Belize early Thursday, killing two children and injuring 40 people as terrified residents spilled from their homes across much of Central America.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Napolitano to Canada:"Stop Mentioning 9/11 "Misstatement"... "

U.S. Homeland Secretary Janet Napolitano wanted to make it clear to Canada on Wednesday that she knows she misspoke when she erroneously said that the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorists entered the United States through Canada....
Napolitano, on her first trip to Canada since joining President Barack Obama's Cabinet in January, was discussing security issues with Canadian Minister of Public Safety Peter Van Loan.


--Researchers Claim: Greenland ice could fuel severe U.S. sea level rise...

Obama plan: Paint roofs white to save world:Suggests light colors would reduce global warming...

Steven Chu, who directed the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Lab and was professor of physics and molecular and cell biology at the University of California before being appointed by President Obama to be the U.S. Energy Secretary, says white paint is what's needed to fix global warming...

China warns Fed over "printing money"

Richard Fisher, president of the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank, said: "Senior officials of the Chinese government grilled me about whether or not we are going to monetise the actions of our legislature."
"I must have been asked about that a hundred times in China. I was asked at every single meeting about our purchases of Treasuries. That seemed to be the principal preoccupation of those that were invested with their surpluses mostly in the United States,"
he told the Wall Street Journal.


--POLL: Obama car involvement gets mixed grade...

Gene Makes Cloned Dogs Glow in Dark

KNOWLEDGE SHALL INCREASE:"Japanese scientists create transgenic monkeys"

In a controversial achievement, Japanese scientists announced on Wednesday they had created the world's first transgenic primates, breeding monkeys with a gene that made the animals' skin glow a fluorescent green.
The exploit opens up exciting prospects for medical researchers, they said.
It could eventually lead to lab monkeys that replicate some of humanity's most devastating diseases, providing a new model for exploring how these disorders are caused and how they may be cured....

Texas woman asked to remove "offensive American flag" from work cubicle...

Is it okay to show your patriotism at the office...?For one Arlington woman, the answer was "no" after she hung an American flag in her office just before the Memorial Day weekend. Debbie McLucas is one of four hospital supervisors at Kindred Hospital in Mansfield. Last week, she hung a three-by-five foot American flag in the office she shares with the other supervisors. When McLucas came to work Friday, her boss told her another supervisor had found her flag offensive. "I was just totally speechless. I was like, 'You're kidding me,'" McLucas said...

Released Journalist Grateful to Be Back in U.S.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton officially welcomed journalist Roxana Saberi back to the United States. The 32-year-old American spent 4 months in an Iranian prison after being convicted of spying.

Cairo newspapers Splash Obama's Secret Itinerary for Egypt Trip

The official word is that nothing has been decided about where President Obama will give his speech when he visits Cairo next Thursday to address the Muslim world.
It is supposed to be a secret.
There are, of course, matters of security for the president of the United States when he comes to visit this crowded, chaotic city on the Nile filled with quite a few people who hold a good deal of animosity for the United States.
But it is not a secret.

Kim Jong Il:"The Globalists Best Friend...!"

RUSSIA TODAY:"North Korea Memorial Day greetings..."

When the news junkies were busily familiarizing themselves with the unfolding Talibanization of Pakistan, North Korea has suddenly resurfaced from obscurity with a big bang, says RT military analyst Eugene Khrushchev.

Blast Shows North Korean Nuke Threat Growing

North Korea's second underground nuclear test has shown the world that it's only a matter of time before the secretive regime develops the ability to mount an atomic weapon on a missile.
Monday's blast
— by all accounts larger than its first one in 2006 — indicates the impoverished country will keep using its nuclear development in efforts to bolster its regime and raise its stature against its main perceived adversary, the United States...

"North Korea will not give up nukes"

Now that they have it, North Korea will never give up nuclear weapons, says Pavel Leshakov, Head of Korean Studies at Moscow State University.

North Korea Threatens to Attack U.S. Warships

The Associated Press is reporting that North Korea is threatening to attack U.S. warships.The Stalinist regime said it could no longer promise the safety of U.S. and South Korean warships and civilian vessels in the waters near the Korea’s western maritime border
“Now that the South Korean puppets were so ridiculous as to join in the said racket and dare declare a war against compatriots,” North Korea is “compelled to take a decisive measure,” the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea said in a statement carried by state media.

Pyongyang threatens Seoul with military strike

Russia fears North Korea Conflict could go Nuclear

Russia is taking security measures as a precaution against the possibility tension over North Korea could escalate into nuclear war, news agencies quoted officials as saying on Wednesday.
Interfax quoted an unnamed security source as saying a stand-off triggered by Pyongyang's nuclear test on Monday could affect the security of Russia's far eastern regions, which border North Korea...

US handling of North Korea missile launch may set bar for foreign relations

State Of War Between Two Koreas After Armistice Ended

A state of war officially exists again between North and South Korea for the first time since the end of hostilities in 1953 following North Korea’s announcement that they would henceforth refuse to abide by the terms of the peace armistice.


Clinton:"North Korea Faces Consequences"

North Korea will have to pay a price for its aggressive actions, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Wednesday, and she urged Pyongyang to return to the six-party talks that it abandoned in favor of nuclear weapons.
"North Korea has made a choice, chosen to violate the specific language of the U.N. Security Council (Resolution) 1718. It has ignored the international community, abrogated the six-party talks and continues to act in a provocative and belligerent manner,"
Clinton said during remarks with Egyptian Foreign Minister Aboul Gheit.

NKorea Threatens to Attack US, SKorean Warships

North Korea threatens South,restarts plutonium plant

North Korea, facing international censure for this week's nuclear test, threatened on Wednesday to attack the South after it joined a U.S.-led plan to check vessels suspected of carrying equipment for weapons of mass destruction.
Adding to tension in the region, South Korean media reported that
Pyongyang had restarted a plant that makes plutonium that can be used in nuclear bombs.
In Moscow, news agencies quoted an official as saying that Russia is taking precautionary security measures because it fears mounting tensions over the test could escalate to war.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Who ya gonna call when disaster strikes?:For those who don't trust feds, now there's a 'privatized FEMA'

Today, facing the new threats and the old ones, Americans are on their own – or are they?
Into the fray steps a new company called Sovereign Deed. It has been described as a "privatized FEMA" and "private civil defense." But the people who started the company like to call it a service providing "life continuity..."

Tenth Amendment Movement Aims to Give Power Back to the States

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

Muslim Militants Release 3 Filipino Teachers From Jungle

Three teachers freed by Filipino militants said they were threatened and slapped during four months of jungle captivity, while the U.S. increased rewards for the capture of leaders of the brutal Al Qaeda-linked guerrillas.
The teachers, working in far-flung southern islands, were abducted Jan. 23 from a boat off Zamboanga city, one of the several ransom kidnappings blamed on Abu Sayyaf guerrillas...

Brazil Detains Al Qaeda Suspect Who Ran Anti-American Web Site

Brazilian authorities detained an Arab who ran a Web site forum that could be linked to terrorists and included anti-American statements in Arabic, a prosecutor said Tuesday night.
The Arab resident of Brazil was not identified and a court ordered his release after police investigated, federal prosecutor Ana Leticia Absy said in a statement.
Absy said Brazil police were alerted to the presence of the closed Web site by the FBI, obtained judicial permission to investigate it and concluded it could be connected "to a terrorist group."

RUSSIA TODAY:"Isolation of North Korea is of little help"

RUSSIA TODAY:"No need to over-dramatize North Korean missile launch"

North Korea Starts Nuke Plant,Warns of Strike on South

North Korea warned South Korea and the United States on Wednesday that Seoul's participation in a U.S.-led program to intercept ships suspected of carrying weapons of mass destruction is equal to a declaration of war.
South Korea announced its participation in the U.S.-led program on Tuesday,
one day after North Korea defiantly conducted a nuclear test, drawing international criticism.


SURVEILLANCE WATCH:Heat-Detecting Camera Tracks Couple Who Tossed Rocks at Cars in ‘Stripping Game’

Iran Suddenly Lifts Facebook Ban

Access to the popular social networking Web site Facebook is back in Iran after being blocked late last week.
Facebook was cut off Saturday, leading to accusations that authorities were trying to muzzle one of the main campaign tools of reformists opposing President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in June 12 elections....

North Korea launches additional missile into East Sea: official

North Korea launched an additional short-range missile from its east coast Tuesday night, an official at the South Korean presidential office said Wednesday.
"The North appears to have launched a ground-to-ship missile into the East Sea shortly after 9 p.m. Tuesday," the official said, asking not to be identified.

US,Canadian officials sign Law Enforcement Pact

Canadian Public Safety Minister Peter Van Loan, left, and U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano shake hands after signing a pact, know as the Shiprider program, in Detroit, Tuesday, May 26, 2009. The pact will allow officers with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and U.S. Coast Guard to ride each others' vessels for joint patrols and specific enforcement operations. Vessels now must stop at the border and call the other nation's agencies for help.
(AP Photo/Paul Sancya)