Archive | October, 2012


Can Bill Gates Save Us?

I guess my point is it seems like we could be doing more to prevent events like this from happening and we just seem to let them happen without trying any of these technologies. This is 2012 and we are America, are we going to let the Chinese beat us in this too.

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“America’s Most Secret: Structures” Chemtrails

Michael Murphy of “What in the World are They Spraying?” and most recently “WHY in the World are They Spraying?” is interviewed on Discovery Channel’s “America’s Most Secret: Structures” The second half of this segment features Dr. Nick Begich from the documentary “WHY in the World are They Spraying?” Michael’s interview was filmed in the […]

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Obama Tries To Channel Reagan in New Ad

In 2009 President Obama found himself in a very similar situation as Reagan but Obama did the exact opposite. He made the largest tax increase in history with Obamacare, he increased spending, increased federal regulations, restricted drilling and said things like… “If you’ve got a business — you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that […]

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Reef Alarmists Jump The Shark

The Great Barrier Reef is doomed again. A recent widely publicised scientific study reports the dramatic finding that it has lost half its coral in the last 27 years. Forty-eight precent of the loss is attributed to storm damage, with bleaching and crown-of-thorns starfish being responsible for 10% and 42% respectively. The average annual rate […]

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California Gas Stations Shut as Oil Refiners Ration Supplies

Valero Energy Corp. (VLO) stopped selling gasoline on the spot, or wholesale, market in Southern California and is allocating deliveries to customers. Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM) is also rationing fuel to U.S. West Coast terminal customers. Costco’s outlet in Simi Valley, 40 miles (64 kilometers) northwest of Los Angeles, ran out of regular gasoline yesterday […]

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A Jobs Report Conspiracy?

The number of Americans with a job fell by 195,000 in July. Then it fell by another 119,000 in August. But somehow in September it miraculously exploded in the other direction and 873,000 jobs were added to the economy?

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14” of snow? Already? That’s cold

By the time the snow tapered off late Thursday, residents near Badger, southwest of Roseau, were already confronted with more than a foot. At Greenbush, 8 inches of snow forced the closing of the field office of the Interagency Fire Center that had been monitoring wildfires across northwest Minnesota.

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