- Fri Feb 12, 2016 3:23 pm #445639
Still amazes hwo people on the left were/are still happy to demonize the Clintons.
Don't give me the Star Trek crap. it's too early in the morning.
Dave Lister, philosopher.
Dave Lister, philosopher.
THE European Court of Justice ruled yesterday that the European Union can lawfully suppress political criticism of its institutions and of leading figures, sweeping aside English Common Law and 50 years of European precedents on civil liberties.
The EU's top court found that the European Commission was entitled to sack Bernard Connolly, a British economist dismissed in 1995 for writing a critique of European monetary integration entitled The Rotten Heart of Europe.
The ruling stated that the commission could restrict dissent in order to "protect the rights of others" and punish individuals who "damaged the institution's image and reputation". The case has wider implications for free speech that could extend to EU citizens who do not work for the Brussels bureaucracy
They saw you coming, Ambrose.A CRIME scene photograph from the investigation into the death of the White House aide Vincent Foster appears to prove that the federal authorities have lied about the case and perpetuated a cover-up that continues to deceive the Foster family, the US Congress, and the American people.
You didn't see any photo, did you?The photograph is undoubtedly authentic. A prosecutor on the staff of Kenneth Starr, the independent counsel appointed by a panel of judges to investigate President Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary, has shown it to individuals "off the record", including a leading forensic scientist in New York.
Nope. He said "I can't remember seeing anything like that", because he hadn't seen it.Brian Blackbourne, the San Diego medical examiner, told The Telegraph that he had not seen anything that would indicate trauma on Foster's neck. Henry Lee, the world famous forensic scientist, said that he could not remember if he had seen it, a laughable evasion. Mr Blackbourne and Mr Lee have submitted reports that tend to buttress the ruling of suicide.
Other people looking this gift horse in the mouth include the European Commission (who asked French scientists only who didn't want competition to their existing nuclear power), Britain ("sorry, we invested too much already in something different, so not investing in this") and China and Russia.If Barack Obama were to marshal America’s vast scientific and strategic resources behind a new Manhattan Project, he might reasonably hope to reinvent the global energy landscape and sketch an end to our dependence on fossil fuels within three to five years.
The world is a step closer to a global currency, backed by a global central bank, running monetary policy for all humanity.
Nope. Used in 1970-2 and 1979-81. The dollar, pound etc somehow survived that. How on earth would these things stop anyone else running their own monetary policy anyway?SDRs are Special Drawing Rights, a synthetic paper currency issued by the International Monetary Fund that has lain dormant for half a century.
That's it? Sarko gives Brown some mild praise for being fair, and that means he sold out to Franco-Germans?French President Nicolas Sarkozy said the summit had achieved more than he ever thought possible, and praised Gordon Brown for pursuing the collective interest as host rather than defending "Anglo-Saxon" interests. This has a double-edged ring, for it suggests that Mr Brown may have traded pockets of the British financial industry to satisfy Franco-German demands.
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