Weather Gods

June 26, 2012 AFP 0

• Latest spate of wildfires blamed on cloud seeders By Victor Thorn As 14 major wildfires rage across eight Western states, over 1,000 firefighters are battling destructive blazes near Fort Collins, Colorado that have destroyed […]

‘Infocrafting’ Smears Dissenters

June 19, 2012 AFP 0

• How much of what you see on the Internet is true? How much is propaganda? By Victor Thorn The power elites in Washington are barreling headlong toward legitimizing the use of propaganda, disinformation and […]

A World Without Bilderberg

June 12, 2012 AFP 0

• Is it Possible to Eliminate This Globalist Menace? “The Bilderbergers are searching for the age of post-nationalism, when we won’t have countries but rather regions of Earth surrounded by universal values.” —William Shannon, U.S. […]

AFP PODCAST: Forecasting Revolutions

June 4, 2012 AFP 0

AFP PODCAST Is it possible  to feed 100M news articles from around the world stretching back 25 years into a supercomputer to predict the future? Kalev H. Leetaru, former Assistant Director for Text and Digital […]

Middle Class at a Crossroads

May 14, 2012 AFP 0

As the divide between the haves and the have-nots continues to widen, there can be no doubt that those caught in the middle—the group of Americans collectively known as the middle class—have suffered greatly as […]

Mitt Romney: Chameleon in a Three-Piece Suit

January 27, 2012 AFP 0

By Pat Shannan Amidst the media muckraking, Mitt Romney still seems to be “anointed” by the hidden powers, the South Carolina surge by Newt Gingrich notwithstanding, causing many to examine the constant flip-flopping of the […]

Hacking Hysteria a Precursor to Censorship?

December 2, 2011 admin 0

By Frank Whalen – As the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement continues to struggle along amid violent crackdowns on the part of local, state and federal authorities, those who decry the lack of immediate results […]

Feds Target Independent Food Merchants

November 18, 2011 admin 0

By Keith Johnson – From fines issued to little girls for unlicensed lemonade stands to armed raids on Amish dairies, the ongoing police state assault on independent food merchants has now gone from the outrageous […]

Kucinich Money Bill Can Unify Protesters

October 21, 2011 admin 0

By Mark Anderson – As the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement enters into its second month, will a sizable number of protesters move beyond listing various grievances regarding corporate greed and rampant joblessness, in order […]

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