A lingering technical question about the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks still haunts some, and it has political implications: How did 200,000 tons of steel disintegrate and drop in 11 seconds? A thousand architects and engineers want to know, and are cal
In the wake of Debra Medina's traitorous betrayal of the 9/11 Truth movement, first on Glenn Beck, and now on the Mark Davis show, Alex Jones is calling for his listeners to tell the truth no matter what.
There has been a definite improvement in the, even in the techniques of terrorism. But then we come to the consideration of other techniques, non-terroristic techniques, for inducing consent and inducing people to love their servitude.
"If I were in charge, we'd be interrogating him," Beck replied. "And we'd interrogate him, and interrogate him, and interrogate him and then we'd shoot him in the head. ... Shoot him in the head before we all of a sudden release him into, what? Prima
And while all the cable news channels saw reduced viewing levels due to the massive audience that flocked to NBC -- only CNN saw its audience cut in half from Thursday night in both younger viewers and Total Viewers.
32-second clip of Ed Schultz's answer to stopping Scott Brown in Massachusetts: cheat.
Judge Napolitano explains why Timothy Geithner could face criminal charges over AIG coverup. Timothy F. Geithner became the ninth president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on November 17, 2003 Geithner was in char
TIME continues its grand tradition of sneering at conservatives and libertarians. The newsrag says Sarah Palin was hired at Fox News because she's a mascot. TIME tells this story to its increasingly-smaller audience of readers. Is there any connec
Fox News correspondent Douglas Kennedy again refers to the Tea Party Movement as "Tea Baggers" and stating that they are Nazis. It happened on Fox NewsWatch and proves that Kennedy is fluent in one language for sure.
In our home state of Wisconsin, our PBS produces an original show called "Director's Cut" which features WI filmmakers - the show is wildly popular and difficult to get on. Very happy to report our film has been accepted by the show, and will feat
ABC News reporter Bianna Golodryga is engaged to White House budget director Peter Orszag. She made the announcement on ABC's "Good Morning America." Golodryga described her fiance as "tall, dark and he could say Golodryga and spell it after the firs
Remember the guy who is accused of the worst mass shooting on a U.S. military base and how the MSM spent some time focusing on the story? Now the MSM has lost interest in him.
AP Science Writer, Seth Borenstein, has a problem with those who don’t agree with his views on climate change. In a perfect world, that would mean that the AP would have a problem with him. Apparently, they don’t. DBKP investigates the many problems
According to a September 2009 UN report, the dumping drove 108,000 people in the Ivory Coast to seek medical attention. Trafigura and their lawyers Carter Ruck had been pursuing an ongoing libel case against the BBC over a news story from on the c
Jesse Ventura and a team of expert investigators are on a mission to examine some of the most frightening and mysterious conspiracy allegations of our time. They examine available evidence as well as talking to experts and eyewitnesses to learn more
Jesse Ventura, is the host of a TruTV mystery show about Alternative theories. The new show is CONSPIRACY THEORY WITH JESSE VENTURA Jesse Ventura and a team of expert investigators are on a mission to examine some of the most frightening and myst
After 108 years in business, the magazine, Editor & Publisher, is shutting down. Is it a sign of the times--or the Times, as in NY Times?
Walt Fitzpatrick has been seeking to indict President Barack Obama on treason charges, but the grand jury failed to grant his request. CNN and MSNBC didn't have any reporters present at the announcement.
Adam Kokesh is one of the more intriguing Republican congressional candidates of the 2010 cycle. A 27-year-old libertarian who became a leader of Iraq Veterans Against the War, Kokesh is mounting a Ron Paul-style antiwar, small-government campaign in
The largest and most important UN climate change conference in history opened, with organizers warning diplomats from 192 nations that this could be the last best chance for a deal to protect the world from calamitous global warming.
U.S. Congressman Ron Paul, a Libertarian hero and former Republican presidential candidate , will speak at Phoenix and Tempe forums this week. Paul, R-Texas, will address students at Arizona State University on Friday and will be the keynote spea
Comcast Corp struck a deal to buy a majority stake in NBC Universal from General Electric Co, creating a media superpower that would control not just how TV shows and movies are made, but how they are delivered to the home. The deal has been discu
The Washington Times, which gained a strong foothold in a politically obsessed city as a conservative voice within the mainstream media, is about to become a drastically smaller newspaper. Nearly three decades after its founding by officials of th
Ventura, who has been doing the media rounds promoting his new venture on TruTV, told the paper that MSNBC cancelled his show "Jesse Ventura's America" in 2003 because he did not support the Iraq War.
WASHINGTON –The head of the Federal Trade Commission said Tuesday the agency will study whether government should aid struggling news organizations, which are suffering from a collapse in advertising revenues as the internet upends their centuries-ol
General Electric tentatively agreed to buy French media conglomerate Vivendi's 20 percent stake in NBC Universal for $5.8 billion. The deal removes "the final major obstace," as the Wall Street Journal describes it, to sell a controlling interest of
With the media business in distress, the Federal Trade Commission is holding a two-day workshop Tuesday and Wednesday to examine the challenges facing the industry and to explore ways the government might help it survive. While media executives ho
Television industry executives said on Saturday that Michaele and Tareq Salahi had postponed plans for an interview Monday on CNN’s “Larry King Live” and were seeking top-dollar bids for their first television interview.
The Washington Post is closing its last U.S. bureaus outside the nation's capital as the money-losing newspaper retrenches to focus on politics and local news.
Microsoft has had discussions with News Corp over a plan that would involve the media company being paid to “de-index” its news websites from Google, setting the scene for a search engine battle that could offer a ray of light to the newspaper indust