The Iranian Bomb, Yawn . . . - By Jay Nordlinger - The Corner - National Review Online: "The Iranian Bomb, Yawn . . .
November 7, 2010 4:10 P.M.
Over at Power Line, that bright, knowledgeable blog, Scott Johnson has an item about a conversation we had last night. Early last year, I interviewed John Negroponte, the longtime American diplomat who was director of national intelligence in the previous administration. (He held other posts in that administration too.) I asked him about Iran and nuclear weapons. Here’s what he said: “I think that’s what they want, I think that’s what they’re headed towards, I think that’s what they’re going to get.”"
Sunday, November 7, 2010
American Thinker: The Keynesians Get Their Wish: "The Keynesians finally got their wish. The Federal Reserve plans to inject $600 billion of the most caustic debt imaginable into the economy. This is the Agent Orange of monetary policies that has the potential to wreak financial havoc."
Posted by Don at 5:08 AM
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
� November 30th Could Be the Day the Government Seizes Control of the Internet - Big Government: "November 30th, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) could potentially engage in one of the largest federal power grabs we have ever seen."
Posted by Don at 5:59 PM
Green Global Dictatorship: Regional Governance, UN Agenda 21, Sustainable Development, and the Wildlands Project >> Four Winds 10 - fourwinds10.com
Green Global Dictatorship: Regional Governance, UN Agenda 21, Sustainable Development, and the Wildlands Project >> Four Winds 10 - fourwinds10.com: "At first blush, Agenda 21 sounds good to many well-meaning people.� However, Spingola ('U.S. Military Targets Southeast Colorado (Part 3 of 3) (http://www.renewamerica.us/columns/spingola/080525) notes:� “Agenda 21 is a very well-organized plan to reinvent and regionalize government beginning with the 'rural cleansing' of America and those referred to by the elite ruling class as resource-draining, expendable, “useless eaters.”� Because Agenda 21 provides guidelines for local, regional, national, as well as global governance, it is radically transforming the entire world."
Posted by Don at 5:52 PM