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Sometime before the end of this year, the State Department will decide whether to approve the 1,700-mile-long Keystone XL pipeline, intended to connect the tar sands of Alberta, Canada, with the refineries of southern Texas. For many environmentalists, the fate of the world, literally, depends on the Obama administration’s yea or nay. “The Keystone Pipeline,” wrote global warming activist Bill McKibben, in a letter urging concerned citizens to join a two-week protest in front of the White House, would be “a fuse to the biggest carbon bomb on the continent, a way to make it easier and faster to trigger the final overheating of our planet …” In an essay titled “Silence Is Deadly,” NASA climatologist James Hansen declared that if the tar sands are fully exploited for their oil deposits, “it is essentially game over” for the planet.
Preface When David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski founded the Trilateral Commission in 1973, the intent was to create a “New International Economic Order” (NIEO). To this end, they brought together 300 elite corporate, political and academic leaders from North America, Japan and Europe. Few people believed us when we wrote about their nefarious plans back then. Now, we look back and clearly see that they did what they said they were going to do… globalism is upon us like an 8.6 magnitude earthquake.
Interesting video, I however cannot understand how such a smart person can have such a limited energy understanding. 100 nuclear high temperature plants??? WTF by Nov 2
Obama and population control
"W hatever you do, don't hurt Barack!" It was the afternoon of Super Tuesday, and the Chicago sky threatened snow. Senator Barack Obama had just returned to his hometown as voters in 22 states were making history by choosing between a black man and a white woman to be the Democratic nominee for president. The road-weary candidate put off calling fund-raisers or leading one last rally. Instead, he headed over to a downtown gym to play basketball with his nephew, his brother-in-law, and a few buddies.
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In May 2009, Absolut Vodka launched a limited edition line called "Absolut No Label". The company's global public relations manager, Kristina Hagbard, explained that "For the first time we dare to face the world completely naked. We launch a bottle with no label and no logo, to manifest the idea that no matter what's on the outside, it's the inside that really matters."
Let's be honest. Barack Obama is not on the verge of clinching the Democratic nomination because of his policy positions--whatever his most evangelical supporters might tell you. If policy was all that mattered this year, Hillary Clinton would've won five or six of the last 11 contests instead of losing them all. When it comes to specifics, there's simply not that much space between the candidates. Obama's success owes a lot, of course, to his message--the promise to pass Democratic policies by rallying a "coalition for change." But watching Obamamania over the past few weeks, I've become convinced that there's something more subtle at work, too.
P resident Obama is traveling around the country giving speeches to drum up support for his healthcare and finance reforms while drumming up opposition to Arizona’s immigration law that enforces Federal law. When you watch his speeches or see clips, play along with your own Barack Bullshit Bingo Card! Just check off the appropriate block when you hear one of the words/phrases on your card. When (not if) you get five blocks horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, stand up and shout “BULLSHIT!”