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  • The Great Left Smear Machine

    04/10/2009 8:15:41 AM PDT · by Reagan Man · 18 replies · 928+ views
    Human Events ^ | April.10, 2009 | Rowan Scarborough
    Liberals have created a powerhouse propaganda machine that helped smear a four-star general, promotes endless environmental scares and brags it can place its left wing themes in the nation's leading newspapers. Fenton Communications pitches for trial lawyers, collectively the largest contributors to the Democrat Party, as well as for the hard line environmental group Greenpeace; Venezuela's socialist leader Hugo Chavez; anti-war demonstrator Cindy Sheehan; and gay and abortion advocates. Its account executives arrive from such left wing outposts as the office of ultra liberal Rep. Dennis Kucinich, abortion provider Planned Parenthood, the anti-Bush ACLU, Greenpeace and the news media....
  • Man walks neighborhood with rifle, scares neighbors

    04/26/2013 7:05:36 AM PDT · by LibWhacker · 204 replies
    WCNC ^ | 4/25/13 | Tony Burbeck
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- A man who walks around his neighborhood with a rifle strapped to his back says he is not a threat to harm anyone, but some neighbors fear he is an incident of vigilante justice waiting to happen. John Schultz, 19, also wears a bullet-proof vest, carries ammunition and has a knife in a holster as he walks through Walnut Creek, which is off Sunset Road in north Charlotte. The gun is his grandfather’s 303 British Enfield from WWII. His walks cause double-takes as well as safety concerns for some. Schultz says others thank him and wave at...
  • Army drill scares residents on Houston's south side

    01/28/2013 10:13:27 PM PST · by Nachum · 55 replies
    abc local ^ | 1/28/13 | Jessica Willey
    HOUSTON (KTRK) -- The sight of Army helicopters and the sound of gunfire created a lot of concern Monday afternoon in one Houston neighborhood. We received a lot of phones calls, Tweets and Facebook posts from worried neighbors, wondering what was going on. SkyEye 13 HD was over the south side where at first look, it appeared there was a massive SWAT scene happening. With military helicopters flying above her southeast Houston neighborhood, Frances Jerrals didn't know what to think. "When you see this, you think the worst. When you hear this, you think the worst," Jerrals said. And so,...
  • The World as We Know It Is About to End, Say Some Really Frightened Scientists

    06/08/2012 7:16:05 PM PDT · by presidio9 · 118 replies
    The Atlantic ^ | Jun 7, 2012 | Alexander Abad-Santos
    A new study by 22 biologists and ecologists has found that environmental changes on our planet are reaching a point of no return that leads to mass extinctions and harms human welfare. The situation, said one scientist, “scares the hell out of me.” That would be James H. Brown, one of the authors of alarming paper published by Nature, talking to New York Times Green blogger Justin Gillis. Brown is not one of your everyday cranks predicting raptures and the end of days. He is a macroecologist at the University of New Mexico. And as The Atlantic's James Fallows, who...
  • Wikileaks cable reveals U.S. conspired to retaliate against European nations if they resisted GMOs

    12/26/2010 3:49:52 PM PST · by opentalk · 115 replies · 3+ views
    Natural news ^ | December 24, 2010 | Mike Adams
    Wikileaks continues to rock the political world by shedding light on conspiracies, corruption and cover-ups. The latest batch of diplomatic cables released by Wikileaks reveals what can only be characterized as a U.S.-led conspiracy to force GMOs onto European countries by making those countries pay a steep price if they resist. The cable reveals the words of Craig Stapleton, the US ambassador to France, who was pushing the commercial interests of the biotech industry by attempting to force GMOs into France. In his own words (below), he expresses his frustration with the idea that France might pass environmental laws that...
  • The Tea Party Scares The You Know What Out of Liberals 

    04/21/2010 7:43:04 PM PDT · by The Looking Spoon · 7 replies · 323+ views
    The Looking Spoon ^ | 4-21-10 | Jared H. McAndersen
    I think I have an idea about where the left is coming from in its latest strain of character assassination the Tea Party has had to endure lately... I'm obviously kidding around with regards to this has never been proven that liberals have crap for brains.... (How about brains for brains?) I know its kind of gross, but I'll go there because cartoonish poo isn't nearly as disgusting as the media's double standard on the Tea Party movement against the Federal government's liberal agenda that seems to be slowly lurching into Leftist-land. You'll never see an editorial accusing...
  • Straight Talk Scares the Left

    10/12/2009 10:20:27 AM PDT · by BlackFemaleConservative · 10 replies · 647+ views
    Think About It Some More on-line broadcast ^ | 10/12/2009 | Barbara From Harlem
    Straight Conservative Talk from African Americans for All Americans. (I have to thank John for this theme.) This week's post is "Straight Talk Scares the Left." Please check it out. Thanks for your support!
  • Ken Blackwell: A Chemical Scare Campaign Is Good Business for Some

    07/23/2009 12:06:23 AM PDT · by neverdem · 4 replies · 1,042+ views
    American Thinker ^ | July 23, 2009 | Ken Blackwell
    Last month, the Statistical Assessment Service (STATS), a nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization affiliated with George Mason University, released "Science Suppressed: How America became obsessed with BPA," a report which accuses the media "of ignoring the extensive research of respected scientists and major health agencies in the United States and around the world, which found BPA was not only safe but played an important role in ensuring food safety."   It also confirms what countless previous studies have said; BPA is safe. If you're unfamiliar with Bisphenol A (BPA), it is a chemical used to make lightweight, versatile, durable, high-performance plastics.  It's...
  • Gullible America

    05/06/2009 2:52:15 AM PDT · by Scanian · 2 replies · 496+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | May 06, 2009 | Alicia Colon
    As the gullible of the world start to relax after being told that the swine flu may not become a pandemic, the rest of us marvel at the breadth of their naïveté. One would think they'd recall the similar hysteria in 2002 over SARS. The same so-called clinical experts were intimating that it would be disaster like the 1918 flu epidemic that took 40 million lives. That fear campaign fizzled out eventually and there were no deaths in the U.S. Nevertheless, the world continues to swallow the global warming, end of the world scenario, but never bothers to wonder who's...
  • Chabad Temple Course 'Scares' Muslim Groups

    07/29/2008 7:32:55 PM PDT · by Nachum · 36 replies · 215+ views
    Arutz 7 ^ | 7-29-08 | staff
    ( A brief Chabad-sponsored course on the Temple, to be held in Israel this week and the next, has angered Islamic organizations, who call it a threat to the Al-Aksa Mosque compound. "We view this as a serious and drastic move toward the fruition of extremist organizations to establish a temple in place of al-Aksa Mosque," said Zahi Nujidat of the Islamic Movement. "This represents a real danger to al-Aksa." The Aksa Foundation issued a similar statement. The course, offered at roughly 200 locations throughout Israel, comes during the two weeks leading up to Tisha B'Av, the fast day that...
  • The Environmental Optimist

    07/10/2008 2:31:36 PM PDT · by Delacon · 6 replies · 161+ views ^ | 1/14/2005 | Robert Brinsmead and Julia Tyack
    Robert D. Brinsmead (A Series of 20 Short Essays) THE ENVIRONMENTAL OPTIMIST - 1 IS THE WORLD RUNNING OUT OF RESOURCES? Here is the fascinating story of two men – one an environmental pessimist, the other an environmental optimist. They went head to head in a very public and sometimes very acrimonious debate in the last quarter of the 20th century. Paul Ehrlich, professor of Biological Sciences at Stanford University, was the king of environmental pessimists. He became the darling of the environmental movement. He leapt into prominence with his book, The Population Bomb (1968). It highlighted an impending crisis...
  • A Consensus About Consensus

    02/13/2006 6:44:44 AM PST · by .cnI redruM · 16 replies · 826+ views
    Tech Central Station ^ | 13 Feb 2006 | By George Taylor
    "The vast majority of the most respected environmental scientists from all over the world have sounded a clear and urgent alarm. …these scientists are telling the people of every nation that global warming caused by human activities is becoming a serious threat to our common future." -- Al Gore,, January 2004 "…the widely accepted notion among the vast majority of scientists [is] that human activity is contributing to a warming planet, and that business as usual -- doing nothing about rising levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere -- will make things worse." -- Sandy Tolan and John Harte,...
  • I Am A Conservative Christian, And The Religious Right Scares Me

    01/03/2005 2:56:16 PM PST · by cougar_mccxxi · 144 replies · 2,745+ views
    Constitution Party National Website ^ | 12/15/2004 | Chuck Baldwin
    I Am A Conservative Christian, And The Religious Right Scares Me by Chuck Baldwin For those readers who are unfamiliar with my biography (http://www.chuckbaldwinlive.sketch.html), let me here provide a thumbnail sketch of my conservative bona fides: I attended, graduated, or received degrees from fundamentalist Christian schools such as Midwestern Baptist College in Pontiac, Michigan, Thomas Road Bible Institute (now known as Liberty Bible Institute at Liberty University) in Lynchburg, Virginia, Christian Bible College in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, and Trinity Baptist College in Jacksonville, Florida. I am currently in my thirtieth year as the Senior Pastor of the Crossroad Baptist...
  • Missing Nuclear Fuel Rods Found-(Where they were supposed to be !)

    07/16/2004 8:32:28 AM PDT · by genefromjersey · 10 replies · 403+ views
    07/16/04 | vanity
    (Source: Land Line Magazine) Workers at the Yankee nuclear power plant in Vernon, VT found 2 "missing" nuclear fuel rods-right where they were supposed to be. A small "media storm" had erupted in April,when nobody could pinpoint the whereabouts of the 2 spent fuel rods: very probably because a tanker truck had vanished in Pennsauken,NJ,and two lots of Rheocrete- a product which can, when combined with the proper chemicals,be converted into an explosive - had been stolen. "Ah-hah !", the Media screamed."All the ingredients for a dirty bomb have been stolen! We're doomed !" Some of the channels showed graphics...