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Keith Obermann compares tea partiers political terrorist, as they are comparing Obama to Hitler and the holocaust.   Obermann is agast that a former vice-presidential candidate, considers the Obama Reform Bill will create a quote unquote Death Panel, with the authority to KILL HER CHILDREN.  Wonder who he is talking about?    Grass root groups may be fake, but the anger of Americans lashing out at town hall meetings is dangerously real.  The Tampa Town Hall meeting last night with CONgresswoaman Cathy Castor more resembling a WWE nightthan a policy discussion
In the first four minutes of Countdown with Keith Olbermann, I point out a little hypocrisy, misinformation and a general lack of integrity from the Sultan of Smug.
  Obermann compares tea partiers political terrorists such as Hamas and Hezbollah  Beginning at 1:30 most of the footage from St. Louis is video shot personally. Does Keith knows he's supporting t

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This newscast, which was about the media circus that enveloped when William Kostric brought a 9 millimeter gun to the town hall meeting in Portsmouth, New Hampshire where president Obama was speaking about his quote unquote healthcare reform.  William, was then interviewed, on Hardball with Chris Mathews.   Tyler Baldwin then did some Google research and found my name on the We The and Give Me  I didn’t recall meeting William Kostric, however a good friend reminded me that he had come to a Ron Paul Sign making party once or twice.  Tyler Baldwin asked me some questions about what I thought of William.  My quote was “the guy (Kostric) has some serious guts to be able to bring a gun to a meeting like that and most people would be afraid to intimidate the ‘Man’. We have a situation here in this country where the government is not afraid of its people.  When you have a government that is not afraid of its peop

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When a scandal involving the Bush administration’s firing of US Attorneys broke in early 2007, initial coverage by the Washington Post supported the idea that the firings had been politically motivated. That approach, however, quickly changed to one that was far more friendly to the White House.

The House Judiciary Committee has now released over 5400 pages of Bush administration and Republican Party emails related to the firings. Several of these emails suggest coordination between Post reporter John Solomon and Bush administration officials on how to manage the Post’s coverage of the widening scandal.


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    Phoenix 3TV tracks me down from the and sites and wants to interview me about the incident surrounding William Kostric, who was openly carrying a gun, where the so-called President Obama, who was scheduled to speak. The Media is in an uproar over this man exerci

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For those of you interested in the online news industry and the never-ending controversial discussion surrounding the Associated Press, linking, fair use, etc., you should be interested in reading what Chris Ahearn, Media President at Thomas Reuters has to say. He appears to come from the opposite side of the tracks as the AP.

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In the wake of an August 1 expose in the New York Times, an agreement reportedly reached by executives at the parent companies of Fox News Channel and MSNBC to rein in the networks' two stars' criticism of each other seems to have fallen apart. The behind-the-scenes deal-making, though, still illustrates the corrosive effect on media of corporate ownership.

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Former “Tonight Show” host and car enthusiast Jay Leno recently recently sat down on BBC’s “Top Gear” program to discuss a variety of topics— including “photo enforcement.” “Well, you have these speed cameras here… See, in L.A., people would say “why don’t you just shoot them out?” In L.A. a day doesn’t go by you don’t see a Styrofoam cup stuck over the lens of a speed camera.”

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Douglas Herman

Armed with a brand new batch of clever inventions and one eye-popping scale model, the intrepid team of Mythbusters decided to test a 911conspiracy theory, that the WTC towers collapsed by controlled demolition.

"We wanted to prove the conspiracy wackos wrong," said the intrepid duo, Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage. "And of course score some big bucks by blowing things up."

According to the New York Times, Mythbusters "may be the best science program on television." Throughout scores of entertaining episodes, the dynamic duo of Savage and Hyneman patiently construct scale models and then smash them, crush them, burn them or blow them up.

"Or blow them down," said Savage, cracking a grin. "All in the name of science."

According to millions of 911 conspiracy theorists, who believe the World Trade Towers collapsed by carefully rigged explosives, the govern&a

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The Huffington Post

In the swirling mass of news coverage and opinion-making on the issues of the day (Gates arrest, health care reform, birthers, etc.) we're seeing the convergence of various anti-Obama attack lines. In addition to the racial undertones of the birther movement, one theme gaining traction on the right in light of the Gates arrest is that Obama is racist:

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Paul Joseph Watson

During a discussion of the Obama birth certificate controversy, MSNBC host Chris Matthews and his guests implied that anyone who questions the official 9/11 story, thinks the Bilderberg group are exercising power to create a world government, people who are worried about gun control and immigration, or even people who are merely skeptical of government, are psychologically insane.

Responding to Matthews’ implication that people who had questions about Obama’s birthplace were “full mooners” and insane, MSNBC political analyst Howard Fineman included “people who are worried about the government taking up the guns, people who deny the federal government has a right to tax your income, people who are worried about being overrun at the borders,” in the same category and said they were merely looking for a reason to find a conspiracy behind Obama.

Matthews then brought up a psychological test

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The recession is over, Newsweek screams from the cover of its most recent issue, which is out today, and which you can read by clicking here.

Three things you need to know:

a) No, it isn't.

b) Magazines depend on rack sales for revenue.

c) Rack sales are driven by purposefully hyperbolic headlines, everything from "ELVIS LIVES!" to "The Recession Is Over!"

Once you read the story inside, you will see that Newsweek economics columnist Dan Gross hasn't exactly, definitively, proclaimed the end of the recession, now in its 19th month.

"The Great Recession," Gross writes, "is most likely over."

He admits this is a technicality. Recessions end when gross domestic product stops shrinking. And that may actually happen later this year. But he goes on to correctly state that unemployment will continue to rise, just as it has after the end of previous recessions, and it will still fee

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Ben S. Bernanke, the chairman of the Federal Reserve, is on a publicity campaign with a message: the central bank is here to help, and it is not as mysterious or menacing as people might think.  

In a profound departure from the central bank’s tradition as an aloof and secretive temple of economic policy, Mr. Bernanke has plunged into the public spotlight to an extent that none of his predecessors would have contemplated.

He has given a television interview to “60 Minutes” on CBS, including a tour of his hometown, Dillon, S.C.; held what amounted to a televised news conference; and written newspaper commentaries to explain the Fed’s efforts to fight the financial crisis.

On Sunday, Mr. Bernanke reached another milestone in his evolution from Fed chairman to Fed showman, participating in a one-hour town hall-style forum here organized and moderated by Jim Lehrer of “The NewsHour” on PBS.

Like a political candidate on the campaign trail — inde

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The last time we saw CNN correspondent Susan Roesgen, she was arguing with folks at the April 15 Tea Party in Chicago claiming the event was "anti-government, anti-CNN [and] highly promoted by the right-wing conservative network Fox."

Although CNN officials won't blame the decision specifically on this event, the network has decided not to renew her contract.


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The London Times newspaper has apparently censored scores of comments on its own website that expressed vehement opposition to plans by the UK government to implement a mandatory vaccination program for swine flu.

As we reported on Sunday, respondents to a London Times article concerning the fact that the vaccine will be rushed through safety procedures in just five days, increasing the chances of it causing deaths and injuries in the thousands, as happened with the 1977 mass vaccination program in the U.S. which killed more people than the actual swine flu virus, overwhelmingly indicated that they would refuse to take the shot.

At one point, out of the first 50 comments on the article, over 40 expressed opposition to taking the shot and the other handful were merely asking questions about it. Hardly any comments expressed support for the nationwide rollout of the swine flu vaccine.<

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Financial Times

McGraw-Hill could reap just $1 from a sale of Business Week, according to people familiar with the 80-year-old financial magazine’s losses.

The publisher has appointed Evercore, the boutique investment bank, to sell the business after concluding it was non-core, two people familiar with the decision said.


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Huffington Post

The revelation that the Washington Post had planned to hold corporate-sponsored "salons" with public officials at publisher Katharine Weymouth's house continues to have repercussions in media and political circles. The White House issued an ethics reminder to staff, while lawmakers and Post editors have tried to distance themselves from the event.

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Washington Post publisher Katharine Weymouth said today she was canceling plans for an exclusive "salon" at her home where for as much as $250,000, the Post offered lobbyists and association executives off-the-record access to "those powerful few" — Obama administration officials, members of Congress, and even the paper’s own reporters and editors.

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A man who grew up in Sacramento is now sharing a traumatic story on the internet. He is a pastor who says he was beaten for exercising his constitutional rights.
"I'm crying out for mercy, they are torturing me with tasers again and again," says Pastor Steven Anderson.
This was a graphic description on YouTube.

Pastor Steven Anderson claims he was tortured during a common border patrol stop in Arizona.

Anderson grew up in Sacramento and was active at the Regency Baptist Church. His father who lives in Roseville is outraged over his son's treatment.

"I was appalled they could do that in the U.S.; beat and torture somebody who didn't resist, but just wouldn't let them search his car," says Anderson.

Anderson, who heads a church in Phoenix, was stopped at a boarder patrol check point 75 miles east of Yuma.

Border patrol says a K-9 alerted agents to the car.


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coast to coast

Richard Gage, AIA, was George Noory’s guest on the national Coast to Coast AM radio show on Tuesday, June 9 at 11 PM PDT. This was a great mass-audience breakthrough for AE911Truth and we want to thank Coast to Coast listeners who have visited our website and signed our petition in great numbers.

The full three-hour interview with Richard Gage, AIA, is available in 12 parts, starting at 911 truth p 1 / 12.

Coast to Coast AM airs on more than 500 stations in the U.S., as well as Canada, Mexico and Guam, and is heard by nearly three million weekly listeners. Broadcasting live Monday thru Sunday from 1-5 am ET, it is the most listened to overnight radio program in North America.

You can listen to Coast to Coast AM on SIRIUS XM Satellite Radio Talk Radio, Channel 165.


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In the Carboniferous Epoch we were promised abundance for all,
By robbing selected Peter to pay for collective Paul;
But, though we had plenty of money, there was nothing our money could buy,
And the Gods of the Copybook Headings said: "If you don't work you die." 

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