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Archive for December, 2011

Tipton Announces 28 Service Academy Nominations

  Tipton Announces 28 Service Academy Nominations from Across the 3rd Congressional District   Washington, D.C.—Today, Rep. Scott Tipton announced the names of 28 students from the 3rd Congressional District who received a Service Academy nomination from his office.  These students met and exceeded the stringent requirements of the respective Academy and of Tipton’s office. “I had the great privilege of calling and speaking with each of these students, and I am proud to say ... Full Story

On This Day: December 19, 1776

On This Day: December 19, 1776

    Thomas Paine publishes American Crisis These are the times that try men's souls; the summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of his country; but he that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. When these phrases appeared in the pages of the Pennsylvania Journal for the ... Full Story

The War that will kill the dollar

  From The Gold Report Richard Maybury: The War that Will Kill the Dollar Interview by JT Long A war-mongering U.S. government could be less than 18 months away from decimating the last 5% of value left in the dollar, says Richard Maybury, the author of the U.S. & World Early Warning Report. Until some new exchange-traded-fund-like basket of natural resources provides a store of value, this "juris naturalist" has some advice about how to protect your wealth during the coming ... Full Story

On This Day: December 18, 1620

On This Day: December 18, 1620

Mayflower docks at Plymouth Harbor On December 18, 1620, the British ship Mayflower docked at modern-day Plymouth, Massachusetts, and its passengers prepared to begin their new settlement, Plymouth Colony. The famous Mayflower story began in 1606, when a group of reform-minded Puritans in Nottinghamshire, England, founded their own church, separate from the state-sanctioned Church of England. Accused of treason, they were forced to leave the country and settle in the more tolerant ... Full Story

Costello Leads Eagles’ Offensive Explosion

Costello Leads Eagles’ Offensive Explosion

  LOVELAND, Colo. - The Colorado Eagles defeated the Utah Grizzlies, 7-2, as the two short-benched teams met for the third time in four days.  The win -- fueled in part by the first hat trick of Chad Costello's career -- marked the eight game in a row in which Colorado has earned a point.  Michael Forney (2-1-3) & Adam Chorneyk0 (0-3-3) each had three-point nights as Costello's linemates. The Eagles owned the first period, out-shooting the Grizzlies 13-3 (tying the ... Full Story

Is the US becoming a Nazi state

Is the US becoming a Nazi state

                      Are the Nazi-linked Backgrounds of Some of America's Biggest Corporations a Clue to the Direction We Are Headed?  By Richard Clark (about the author) Did IBM knowingly assist the Nazis in rounding up the Jews and are big American corporations now helping our government prepare for the next roundup of scapegoats, trouble makers, and dissidents?Why are war profiteers who play both sides of the fence not prosecuted as ... Full Story

NDAA Dissenters in Congress

NDAA Dissenters in Congress

  First read the following article. The Bill of Rights died on its 220th birthday if not before. US: A dangerous Woman - Indefinite Detention at Carswell       Truthdiggers of the Week: NDAA Dissenters in Congress  Though they couldn’t stop the freedom-crushing National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 from becoming law, Truthdig salutes the efforts of the members of the U.S. Congress who took a stand against the NDAA in the final round of voting this week. There ... Full Story

On This Day: December 17, 1903

On This Day: December 17, 1903

First airplane flies, The Wright brothers at Kitty Hawk Near Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, Orville and Wilbur Wright make the first successful flight in history of a self-propelled, heavier-than-air aircraft. Orville piloted the gasoline-powered, propeller-driven biplane, which stayed aloft for 12 seconds and covered 120 feet on its inaugural flight. Orville and Wilbur Wright grew up in Dayton, Ohio, and developed an interest in aviation after learning of the glider flights of the German ... Full Story

OpEd News: December 17, 2011

OpEd News: December 17, 2011

  OpEdNews Bold and Daring: The Way Progressive News Should Be Provocative and informative, news and opinion that you did not see on the nightly news. Learn the rest of the story. You may not agree with everything here, but you will find it thought provoking and illuminating.    Daily Headlines   By Danny Schechter Is the Iraq War actually over? The county has a long way to go to recover from a war that is not over. The war that began with the bang of shock and awe ended with the ... Full Story

Project on Government Oversight

Project on Government Oversight

          Editor's Choice Where the @#%& is the Oversight? At a time of growing suspicion about the way the federal government conducts the people's business, the recent whistleblower allegations related to big-time investors' special access to government information certainly were not heartening. POGO Senior Fellow Adam Zagorin wonders where the oversight is. Read about it on POGO’s blog.   Leaked Report Documents F-35’s Problems The F-35 Joint Strike ... Full Story

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