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  • Second Face on the Shroud of Turin

    04/13/2004 2:52:34 PM PDT · by shroudie · 206 replies · 1,001+ views
    Institute of Physics ^ | April 13, 2004 | Giulio Fanti and Roberto Maggiolo
    The most definitive evidence yet that the Shroud of Turin is not a medieval fake-relic. This is big stuff, published on a highly respected scientific organizations website, the Institute of Physics, a 37,000 member organization of physicists. Their journal is an ethical journal of peer-reviewed scientific studies. The Washington Times, BBC, the Observer, the Telegraph of London, ABC Australia, the Chicago Sun-Times and several outlets have picked up the story in the last few hours. In my opinion it reinforces the already clear proof that the carbon 14 testing in 1988 was completely erroneous. It clearly eliminates the polemics of...
  • Hundreds sign up to live in the Citadel –

    01/14/2013 12:34:14 PM PST · by FeliciaCat · 40 replies
    Mail Online ^ | 1.14.2013 | Daniel Miller
    Hundreds of families have signed up to join a new community dubbed the Citadel, an armed and 'defensible' fortress city where their freedoms and liberty will be fiercely protected. Organisers have outlined plans for a community of 3,500 to 7,000 families of 'patriotic' Americans in western Idaho and more than 200 have already signed up through their website. The group has already purchased 20 acres in the area where they intend to build arms factory which will be used to fund the project.
  • Facebook Shares Day 2: Below IPO Price

    05/21/2012 6:38:27 AM PDT · by Qbert · 43 replies
    WSJ ^ | May 21, 2012 | GEORGE STAHL
    <p>NEW YORK—Facebook Inc. FB -6.57% shares fell below the initial public offering price of $38 Monday, its second day of trading, a black eye for all those involved with the social networking company going public.</p> <p>Facebook shares changed hands at $37.08, down 3%, in premarket trading.</p>
  • Close to US$500k stolen in first major Bitcoin theft

    06/16/2011 4:25:45 PM PDT · by DeaconBenjamin · 54 replies · 1+ views
    In the first Bitcoin theft of its size, a user has lost 25,000 BTC — or nearly $487,749 at today’s market rates — to an unknown thief. While the Bitcoin community has always been quick to point out that it’s harder to forge a Bitcoin than to forge a dollar, it’s quite easy to take someone else’s Bitcoins: all you have to do is gain access to their computer’s hard drive. Once you’re in, stealing Bitcoins is easier than taking a wallet in the real world, and there’s no recourse for getting them back. That said, it is possible to...
  • How To Use Zotcoin – The Most Important Scam In The History Of Zots

    06/01/2011 3:01:37 PM PDT · by logicalthinking · 57 replies
    Libertarian News ^ | May 31, 2011 | Michael Suede
    Recently I wrote an article entitled The Most Dangerous Creation In The History Of Man. The article covered the emergence of Bitcoin; an electronic peer-to-peer currency that has no central banking server, is untraceable, and essentially can not be taxed through coercive measures. The article makes the point that if a currency can not be taxed and controlled, eventually it will topple the coercively funded fascist control grid you call the modern State. Read more about it in this Bitcoin forum post that explains it in more detail. I’ve received several requests for more information about how people can put...
  • 'The Obama code': Hidden messages in birth document? Computer experts find anomalies embedded

    05/22/2011 5:54:39 PM PDT · by Nachum · 113 replies
    wnd ^ | 5/22/11 | Jerome R. Corsi
    NEW YORK – Recalling Dan Brown's bestselling novel "The Da Vinci Code," computer experts have discovered strange anomalies in the Obama birth record released by the White House. They include a different birth registration number that shows up in "hidden text," remnants of the short-form certificate apparently bleeding through the long-form and a "smiley face" in the registrar's stamp that does not show up on other recently issued Hawaii birth records. Curiously, in a simple process run by Optical Character Recognition software that reveals hidden text, the registration number 10611 turns up, instead of 10641, the number displayed on the...
  • U.S. Judgment Day forecaster sets new doomsday date of October 21 (Camping just won't stop)

    05/24/2011 6:54:22 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 39 replies
    Yahoo News ^ | 05/24/2011 | Steve Gorman
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The evangelical Christian broadcaster whose much-ballyhooed Judgement Day prophecy went conspicuously unfulfilled on Saturday has a simple explanation for what went wrong -- he miscalculated. Instead of the world physically coming to an end on May 21 with a great, cataclysmic earthquake, as he had predicted, Harold Camping, 89, said he now believes his forecast is playing out "spiritually," with the actual apocalypse set to occur five months later, on October 21. Camping, who launched a doomsday countdown in which some followers spent their life's savings in anticipation of being swept into heaven, issued his correction...
  • Trump: 'Iowa Is Very, Very Important to Me' ('I'm a very conservative person')

    04/25/2011 10:55:21 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 60 replies
    NewsMax ^ | 04/25/2011 | Dave Eberhart
    Real estate mogul and TV personality Donald Trump says he’ll announce whether he is running for president after the May 22 final installment of his hit show "The Celebrity Apprentice," but in the meantime, it’s all about location, location, location – and that location for Trump is Iowa. "Iowa is very, very important to me," he tells The Des Moines Register. "I love what Iowa represents. It represents to me a work ethic that a lot of other places don't have. And I think I'll do well in Iowa because, you know, my ethic is very much like the people...
  • Donald Trump is mad as hell

    04/24/2011 4:05:29 PM PDT · by GrandJediMasterYoda · 111 replies
    You Tube ^ | Jan 30, 2011 | TheCrashdawg
    I hate to say it, but I get the same feeling from this guy that I got from Reagan 1979. I rememeber everyone cursing out Ronnie the same way "Oh he's B movie actor, he don't know what he is doing, he's a cheap talker, doing it for attention, dyes his hair, wears makeup, he's a fraud"...but me and my buddys we just *KNEW*...That's the feeling I'm getting from Trump. In 1979, we even made up "Reagan is God" bumper stickers just to piss off the liberals, completey over the top declerations, and I'm tempted to do the same with...
  • Tom Tancredo: Trump Circus Comes To Town

    04/24/2011 10:51:15 AM PDT · by PSYCHO-FREEP · 114 replies
    World Net Daily ^ | 04/23/2011 | Tom Tancredo
    Like most people, I enjoy a good joke. But Donald Trump for president? With apologies to Karl Rove, it's not really that funny. The Trump candidacy is not a joke; it's a scam. But its success with millions of voters shows us we are a nation very susceptible to scams if they are done on a grand enough scale...... In Donald Trump we have a liberal billionaire with a long record of supporting Democratic candidates who is willing to spend unlimited amounts of money to reinvent himself as a populist conservative. Ordinarily, that would be an impossible, even laughable undertaking....
  • Donald Trump, Street Fighting Man

    04/22/2011 5:29:55 AM PDT · by RobinMasters · 94 replies
    American Thinker ^ | April 21, 2011 | Robin of Berkeley
    I love Sarah. Michele Bachmann is, to me, a gift to humankind. In fact, I like most of the potential conservative candidates for president. However, my number one choice for the Republican candidate for President? Donald Trump -- or a Trump-like man. A strong man; that is, someone willing to get into the ring and get his hands dirty. A Street Fighting Man. Now it pains me enormously to admit this. Up until three years ago, I was a progressive, and a big fan of identity politics. In fact, I gave some of my hard-earned money to Hillary Clinton's campaign,...
  • Trump Is for Real

    04/21/2011 12:29:21 PM PDT · by RobinMasters · 45 replies
    Newsmax ^ | April 21, 2011 | Matt Towery
    I've listened over the past few weeks as the mainstream GOP establishment and pundits have tried to demean the possibility of a presidential candidacy by Donald Trump. Mr. Trump, take it from me, someone who has run for and held elective office, and has been involved in more campaigns, from presidential on down, than I care to count: They are scared of you. Let's look at some of the criticisms of a Trump candidacy that have been leveled. It's commonly said that he's too much into promoting himself and his products. Gee, seems as a kid, I recall a guy...
  • The GOP Establishment's Futile Battle Against Donald Trump

    04/21/2011 6:50:19 AM PDT · by PSYCHO-FREEP · 101 replies
    The New Republic ^ | 04/20/2011 | Ed Kilgore
    During the 2008 election cycle, Mitt Romney was often accused of treating politics more like a consumer-focused business than an exercise in leadership. “My view is, we ought to double Guantanamo,” he said, radiating the sense that if primary voters wanted something, anything, he’d be willing to sell it. His strategists obsessed about creating and selling “Brand Romney.” To many, these efforts made him look like a crass twit, a market researcher’s caricature of the perfect Republican candidate, even as he came in second-place for the GOP nomination. This election, however, Romney may have to compete with Donald Trump.
  • Trump in '07: Bush Should Talk to Ahmadinejad

    04/20/2011 9:26:48 PM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 36 replies · 1+ views
    American Spectator ^ | 4.20.11 @ 3:28PM | Aaron Goldstein
    Consider what Trump had to say about the Bush Administration's approach to Iran: "Maybe the President, instead of saying let's not even see this guy, maybe he should be negotiating with him, maybe he should be talking with him." Upon hearing that, Fox & Friends co-host Steve Doucy asked Trump with regard to Ahmadinejad, "Do you think he's mentally stable?" Trump replied, "Who are you talking about? The President?"
  • Trump will save USA from Red China

    04/19/2011 1:04:29 PM PDT · by loveusa2010 · 23 replies
    I strongly support Trump's view about China. As a matter of fact, I was from mainland China so I know how evil this communist government was and has been.
  • Trumped Up (Must reading - This is the Trump Truth File)

    04/20/2011 1:33:10 PM PDT · by Notary Sojac · 76 replies
    National Review ^ | 20 April 2011 | Daniel Foster
    If one were drawing up a list of Donald Trump’s first principles of business, “Fake it ’Til You Make It” would probably be at the top. One of the young Trump’s more clever business tactics involved hiring workers and machines to push dirt around his frequently stalled or underfunded real-estate developments to present visiting potential investors with the illusion of industry. And he has developed a long-running reflex to offer unsolicited — and largely unverifiable — assessments of the strength and virility of his portfolio to anybody who will listen, perhaps in an effort to erase memories of the four...
  • President Trump

    04/20/2011 11:37:39 AM PDT · by jmaroneps37 · 32 replies
    coachisright.com ^ | April 21, 2011 | Basil Irwin, guest columnist
    President Trump? Hey, at this point in the game almost anybody would bebetter than Barrack Hussein Obama as president in 2012. Yeah, yeah. I know. Everybody and his uncle’s brother are trashing Trump right now. That is, everybody from the right. The Left is mostly silent because The Donald scares the crap out of them, and they can see that the Right’s doing their dirty work for them anyway. Levin, O’Reilly, whoever – they’re all whimpering and whining that Donaldisn’t pure. He’s a RINO. He donated to some Democrats. He endorsed some Democrats. So what? That just means Trump isn’t...
  • Donald Trump's Political 'Pit Bull': Meet Michael Cohen (Big time Democrat Activist)

    04/18/2011 9:38:49 AM PDT · by MNJohnnie · 51 replies
    ABC News ^ | 04-18-11 | MICHAEL FALCONE
    The man behind Donald Trump's possible 2012 presidential campaign is a registered Democrat who voted for Barack Obama in 2008. Not only that, but Michael Cohen, an executive at the Trump Organization who doubles as Trump's chief political adviser, once volunteered for 1988 presidential candidate Michael Dukakis and worked for a Democratic member of Congress.
  • Clown's Credit (Trump)

    04/18/2011 8:11:46 AM PDT · by Hojczyk · 30 replies
    John Batchelor Show ^ | April19,2011 | John Batchelor
    The clown's mask drops to reveal the clown's mask named Donald Trump, and, while it lasts, this display of vanity, loopiness, garrulousness, and aimlessness is what little entertainment is left in modern politics. Trump is no more serious a candidate than his hairstyle. What continues to puzzle is whether this favors the Democrats, the Republicans, or the so-called TV news media. John Fund tells me that Trump registered as aa member of Ross Perot's Reform Party in 1999, then became a Democrat in 2001, then became a Republican in 2009. In sum, Trump is a simpleton about Party discipline. There...
  • Flushing Out RINOs, Neo-cons, Faux Conservatives, Controlled Opposition, and the Clueless

    04/17/2011 1:26:10 PM PDT · by johnsmom · 9 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 04/17/2011 | Jim O'Neill
    The existence of the United States as a free republic under the rule of Constitutional law, hinges on how “we the people” deal with the the issue of Obama’s eligibility to be POTUS. Remolding the US Constitution into a “living” constitution, a “plastic” constitution, a changeable constitution, is to destroy the Constitution, and the United States as a free republic. Make no mistake, the question of Obama’s eligibility to be POTUS is of vital importance, and seeing as Donald Trump is the ONLY figure of national stature to address the issue, it is incumbent on every constitutional conservative (read that...
  • Meet Donald Trump: Democrat Donor, Abortionist, Single Payer Supporter, and Taxer

    04/17/2011 10:09:04 AM PDT · by ejdrapes · 119 replies
    pollinsider.com ^ | pollinsider.com
    Meet Donald Trump: Democrat Donor, Abortionist, Single Payer Supporter, and Taxer Update 1: A New NBC/WSJ Poll has Trump at an astonishing 17%, tied for second with Mike Huckabee behind Mitt Romney (21%). I know this is probably just a little surge by people who know nothing of Trump’s politics pre-3 weeks ago, and he is making an interesting splash right now. It’s like he found a Tea Party manual sitting around somewhere and suddenly adopted all of those positions (and then added birthirism for good/bad measure). Update 2: 2008 Trump Blasts Bush, Praises Obama, Says he Can Save the World:...
  • Donald Trump The Fraud

    04/17/2011 10:33:50 AM PDT · by Starman417 · 93 replies
    Flopping Aces ^ | 04-16-11 | Curt
    I've been amazed at some of the support given to Donald Trump from readers and Republicans throughout the country. The man is a joke people. A complete and utter sham. Stop wasting precious time and support for this fraud. A new poll supposedly shows that he is leading the pack....not so fast: PPP took a sloppily-designed poll and is spinning it to make Republicans look as crazy as possible. This may be comforting to partisan Democrats (like, say, the people who work at PPP), but there's no reason for the rest of us to take it seriously. Mark Levin...
  • Donald Trump's dished dollars to Clinton, Rangel, Kerry, Reid, Lautenberg, Schumer and more Dems

    04/17/2011 7:51:33 AM PDT · by jimbo123 · 115 replies
    NY Daily News ^ | 4/17/11 | ALISON GENDAR
    Tea Party darling and "birther" blowhard Donald Trump hasn't always put his money where his mouth is: The Donald has splashed campaign cash on a "Who's Who" who's who of liberal pols. Trump shot to the top of GOP presidential polls by embracing debunked conspiracies about President Obama's birthplace — but he repeatedly has opened his fat checkbook for a slew of Democratic stars, a review by the Center for Responsive Politics found. The all-time apple of Trump's eye is beleaguered Harlem Rep. Charlie Rangel, the once powerful once-powerful ex-head of the tax-writing Ways & Means Committee — and a...
  • The Trump Rebellion

    04/17/2011 6:59:16 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 132 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | April 16, 2011 | Doug Giles
    For this weekend I was originally going to write on five reasons why Obama will be reelected in 2012. Why the gloomy prediction? Well, for me at least, it’s primarily because this current crop of GOP hopefuls gets me about as excited as watching Joy Behar doing an interpretive dance in Borat’s thong to The Doors’ classic hit “Riders on the Storm” (the extended version) while smoking a cigar with spinach in her teeth. Now, that doesn’t mean that I don’t like certain—or many—aspects of the various conservative contenders who are starting to jockey for position; it simply means that...
  • PPP poll: Trump totally running away with this GOP race now

    04/16/2011 5:18:29 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 177 replies
    Hotair ^ | 04/16/2011 | Allahpundit
    I don’t know what’s left to say about polls like the PPP Poll that I haven’t already said, so follow that last link if you missed it the first time around. Today’s funsies: Trump 26, Huckabee 17, Romney 15, Gingrich 11, Palin 8. Only 38% of Republican primary voters say they’re willing to support a candidate for President next year who firmly rejects the birther theory and those folks want Mitt Romney to be their nominee for President next year. With the other 62% of Republicans- 23% of whom say they are only willing to vote for a birther and...
  • Trump's Plan to Ride the Birther Issue Right to the US Presidency

    04/16/2011 3:45:20 AM PDT · by Reaganite Republican · 123 replies
    Reaganite Republican ^ | April 16, 2011 | Reaganite Republican
    Can you imagine the utter humiliation of the GOP, Romney, MSM, and much of the American public when Trump proves Obama wasn't born here?  After these fools all gave Obama a free pass! It seems abundantly clear that Donald Trump plans to ride this issue and resulting constitutional crisis right to the White House in 2012... just you watch, he's spending millions and finding PLENTY in Hawaii, precisely as he told Fox's Neil Cavuto three days ago.  While he's at it, might as well have a good look at Obama family comrade and Hawaii's hippy governor, Neil Abercrombie... his...
  • Wild stuff happening on Hannity/Trump

    04/15/2011 6:32:14 PM PDT · by 240B · 185 replies
    www.freerepublic.com ^ | today | Vanity
    Wow! Trump lays it on the line. No holds barred. I thought I was dreaming. What!? Truth? Reality? Fact? on the TV? Wow. Trump is the man. Even if he has a Liberal past, he is a true American. If he is not a Freeper, he should get a free pass.
  • Poll: Donald Trump Beating Entire GOP Field by 9 Points (PPP Poll)

    04/15/2011 9:54:31 AM PDT · by Smokeyblue · 217 replies
    TPM ^ | 04/15/2011 | Jon Terbush
    A new PPP poll released on Friday shows Donald Trump leading the Republican presidential primary race by much more than a hair. In fact, the poll shows the brash real estate tycoon turned reality TV show host posting a large nine-point lead on the nearest competition. It's the latest in a flurry of recent surveys to show the Donald running strong in the GOP field, but it's the first to show him all alone at the front of the pack. Trump garnered 26% of the vote, followed by Mike Huckabee (17%), Mitt Romney (15%), Newt Gingrich (11%), and Sarah Palin...
  • Exclusive: Trump to Announce His Run for President

    04/13/2011 6:28:02 PM PDT · by RobinMasters · 297 replies
    Newsmax ^ | April 12, 2011 | Ronald Kessler
    If you wonder whether Donald Trump is serious about running for president, tune in to the finale of “The Celebrity Apprentice” on May 15. Trump plans to say on the NBC show that he will be holding a press conference in the next few days. At that press conference in the Trump Tower in New York, Trump will be announcing his candidacy for the presidency. Even then, many will snicker that it’s all a publicity stunt. But that defies the facts and common sense. Of all the people on the planet, Donald Trump is the last person who needs more...
  • Trump plans tea-party debut in Florida ['My values are very similar. They're hard-working people']

    04/13/2011 5:55:42 PM PDT · by RobinMasters · 67 replies
    The Palm Beach Post ^ | April 12, 2011 | GEORGE BENNETT
    Politicians often claim they don't pay much attention to polls, especially ones taken several months before the first voters head to caucuses and primaries. Then there's Donald Trump. Less than two hours after CNN released a poll Tuesday showing Trump tied for the lead among potential 2012 Republican presidential candidates, the billionaire developer and reality TV star wanted to make sure a reporter interviewing him had seen it. Trump also directed an employee to e-mail the reporter fresh ratings numbers showing that the latest episode of his Celebrity Apprentice show on NBC had clobbered CSI: NY on Sunday night. And...
  • Donald Trump is Winning Me Over... and Quick

    04/12/2011 9:47:14 AM PDT · by Reaganite Republican · 151 replies
    Reaganite Republican ^ | April 12, 2011 | Reaganite Republican
    "I don't hear (Team Obama) talking about Mr Pawlenty  or anybody else... they're only talking about Trump" Donald Trump is already claiming to be the one Barack Obama fears the most, and based upon the telling cheap shot that David Plouffe -of DNC Troll Patrol fame- took last weekend on Face the Nation... he may be right. Trump's people are now investigating Obama's well-shrouded background, employing "great resources... looking into it very seriously". Like the seasoned competitor and showman that he is, The Donald also makes sure to let loose a daily round or two himself to keep that Trump name on the front pages whilst...
  • Japan Nuke Disaster Could Be Worse Than Chernobyl

    03/17/2011 8:49:37 PM PDT · by NRG1973 · 82 replies
    Inter Press Service News Agency ^ | March 18, 2011 | Stephen Leahy
    A global nuclear disaster potentially worse than Chernobyl may be under way in Japan as hundreds of tonnes of highly radioactive spent nuclear fuel are open to the sky, and may be on fire and emitting radioactive particles into the atmosphere. Many countries have advised their citizens in Japan to leave the country. "This is uncharted territory. There is a 50-percent chance they could lose all six reactors and their storage pools," said Jan Beyea, a nuclear physicist with a New Jersey consulting firm called Consulting in the Public Interest. "I'm surprised the situation hasn't gotten worse faster... But without...
  • Amero to become USA’s new currency when dollar collapses

    12/15/2008 6:33:50 AM PST · by Sammy67 · 50 replies · 10,095+ views
    baltische-rundschau ^ | 12/14/08 | Von BR
    Pictures of the new currency that will supposedly replace the US dollar have appeared on the Russian Internet. The United States is reportedly working on the new currency, the amero, which will be common for the USA, Mexico and Canada. The unstable financial situation in the world, the collapsing oil prices and the growing foreign debt of the United States may eventually crush the US dollar as the world’s major currency. Needless to say that the US authorities reject the rumors and promise to keep the dollar afloat. Amero notes have no portraits of US presidents on them and resemble...
  • Is Purchasing Carbon Offsets Similar To Naming A Star?

    03/01/2007 10:47:07 AM PST · by OneLoyalAmerican · 71 replies · 1,608+ views
    Purchasing carbon offsets brokered by AlGore reminds me of the sales gimmickry surrounding the “Naming Stars” routine; except with star naming, everyone understands from the onset, it’s a novelty item.
  • Rove Lawyer Has a Pet Peeve (Luskin Smackdown of Jason Leopold and the "TruthOut" Whackjobs)

    05/22/2006 1:27:40 AM PDT · by KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle · 41 replies · 1,731+ views
    Washington Post ^ | 05/22/2006 | Howard Kurtz
    Robert Luskin, Karl Rove's lawyer, says he spent most of the day on May 12 taking his cat to the veterinarian and having a technician fix his computer at home. He was stunned, therefore, when journalists started calling to ask about an online report that he had spent half the day at his law office, negotiating with Patrick Fitzgerald -- and that the special prosecutor had secretly obtained an indictment of Rove. The cat's medical tests, Luskin says, found that "the stools were free of harmful parasites, which is more than I can say for this case." The claim that...
  • Paleo Pat Wants... Well, What?

    03/17/2006 9:25:41 PM PST · by peyton randolph · 81 replies · 1,177+ views
    Forbes.com ^ | 03/17/06 | Rich Karlgaard
    -snip- Economic patriotism means, I gather, kicking Toyota and Nissan out of the U.S. Yes, what an unfair advantage these manufacturers have down there in Tennessee and Alabama. Their workers actually show up for work. Imagine that! They have an average daily absentee rate of 2%. Up in Michigan, Buchanan country, the average daily absentee rate in a union auto factory is 10% to 12%. But let’s bring this back in the name of economic patriotism. -snip-
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    02/25/2004 6:42:40 PM PST · by Kerry2004 · 201 replies · 12,543+ views
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  • Even faithful struggle with religion (Cindy Richards Shallow End of the Pool Alert)

    11/05/2003 6:23:08 AM PST · by Rutles4Ever · 40 replies · 477+ views
    Chicago Sun-Times ^ | Nov. 5, 2003 | Cindy Richards
    Religion is big news these days. This week alone, it's made the cover of Newsweek and prime time network television. The two media events serve to illustrate our national dichotomy over religion: Most of us want to believe in some sort of higher being; beyond that we find little to agree about. The Newsweek feature, ''God & Health: Is Religion Good Medicine? Why Science Is Starting To Believe,'' asked whether faith could improve one's health. The ABC report on Primetime Monday, ''Jesus, Mary and Da Vinci,'' asked whether the Bible told the whole truth about Jesus and Mary Magdalene. Thus...