September 17, 2012




Violence protests continued in many Middle Eastern and North African countries on Sunday, with conflicting reports over whether the Libyan Embassy attack was planned or spontaneous. Several Stories at the Guardian:




Reuters is reporting that President Obama will announce a trade action against China while campaigning in the battleground state of Ohio on Monday.  Read story at



Occupy Wall Street one year anniversary was marked with small organized protests of a few hundred people in NY City with scattered arrests.   Additional protests are expected this week, with heavy police presence planned in N.Y. City.   Most indications point to a movement in steep decline.




Thousands protested over Japan’s proposed purchase of the disputed islands in the China Sea. Violence erupted in major Chinese cities including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Qingdao, and Hong Kong in response to the Japanese Cabinet’s approval of the purchase by the Japanese Government from private Japanese interests.  Video at Dailymotion and Al Jazeera:




September 16, 2012



Anti-U.S. Mobs on Rampage

Protests Flare From South Asia to North Africa, in Challenge for American Policy


Read at the Wall Street Journal:








US orders Tunisia and Sudan withdrawal

From the B.B.C. ~ September 16. 2012






Health-care system wastes $750 billion a year ~ 

“Health-care system squanders roughly 30 cents of every medical dollar through unneeded care, byzantine paperwork, fraud and other waste, a new study shows. Deep cuts to the US heath-care system may produce a more efficient, better-quality product.”

From The Christian Science Monitor:






 Why is the E.P.A. funding a Newspaper?

“The Environmental Protection Agency has been indulging its inner propagandist…”

By Warner Todd Huston

September 15, 2012

Read At The Canadian Free Press:






Anti-Islam Filmmaker Donated Million Dollars To Obama Campaign

“…some anti-Islamic filmmakers are more equal than others.”

By John Nolte

Read At – Big Hollywood:


“Bill Maher made a comedy/documentary called “Religulous” that’s most famous for mercilessly mocking Christianity. But what people forget is that the last twenty-minutes or so of the film make a damning case against Islam.”






‘Vast majority’ support voter ID procedures

“Nearly 73 percent of likely voters say they agree that state and local voter ID laws that require voters to provide proof of lawful registration are a good idea, and Mitt Romney and the Republican Party have an advantage over Democrats on the issue.”


By by Bob Unruh

Read At






NHL Lockout ~ “The Sept. 15 deadline for a new Collective Bargaining Agreement between the National Hockey League and National Hockey League Players’ Association passed without an agreement being reached. As a result, training camps will not open until agreement on a new CBA is reached.”  ~ From






ABC News Sued for $1.2 Billion for Anti-Beef Attacks: ‘Nearly 200 False And Disparaging Statements’ ~ From





No Live Ammo for Marines at U.S. Embassy?

“Marine blogs say U.S. embassy did not authorize service members to carry ammo”

September 13, 2012 4:40 pm- BY:

Story at the Washington Free Beacon:



A well researched and presented movie based on the book by Dinesh D’Souza. It traces the history of Barack Obama and examines the political views of his most influential mentors. The film describes second and third world views of colonialism and shares many opinions of the United states and Europe regarding the development of global trade.


This biopic offers thoughtful insights into Mr. Obama’s foreign and domestic policy positions and how a man of such uncharacteristic American values was elected 44th President of the United States of America.


Recommended for those with interests in politics, economics, history, foreign affairs and U.S. domestic policy.


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