Wednesday, March 31, 2010
It is time to legalize the use of recreational drugs such as marijuana says the libertarian judge Andrew Napolitano , prohibition did not work is not working and will not work...stop wasting tax dollars in useless war of drugs and incarcerations
Labels:economy Collapse Meltdown Marijuana
One of RTs frequent contributors Alex Jones says that the Fox news network is attacking his website and maybe more important his character. Fox news has allegedly reported Alex Jones to the authorities for inciting violence and bloodshed.
Simon Johnson, a former chief economist at the IMF and James Kwak, a former consultant for Mckinsey & Company, have written a book detailing a number of financial institutions and bankers whom they believe control Washingtons monetary policies. They argue banks should have limited assets and not receive federal bailouts because it encourages the too big to fail mentality. RT Correspondent Anastasia Churkina is live in New York to discuss the book.
Labels:economy Collapse Meltdown Bankers
According to Life News sources in law enforcement bodies of Dagestan, it all started with that two DPS officers attempted to stop a suspicious car "Niva" to verify the documents. Sitting behind the wheel of a suicide bomber waited until the police close to the car, detonated an explosive device which was installed in the trunk of a car. As it turned out a consequence, the power of the explosion was about 200 kilograms of TNT.
The blast killed two policemen on the spot. Sam Niva torn into several pieces. On the asphalt in place to undermine the crater depth of about a meter and a diameter of about two and a half meters.
Within a few minutes at the scene of a crowd of people. After about 20 minutes to a group of people approached by a man in the form of terrifying police Lieutenant. Nobody expected that he set in motion the second explosive device.
Labels:economy Collapse Meltdown Terrorist attack
Cantor Fitzgerald Chief Global Market Strategist Stephen Pope on the outlook for the euro zone economy.
Arizona bill would be toughest state law against illegal immigrants