A few news items……….

Posted: 13/09/2008 in Uncategorized
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News of the coming war and more…

Tensions are becoming elevated all over the globe with the coming elections..Will we retain a Conservative leadership, or plunge into a well of Socialist frenzy fueled by the Liberal Left. Our freedom as a Democratic Nation stands the risk of vanishing if we vote for the wrong group of powers in this next election cycle. And the rest of the world knows it. Staging and stumping for the coming global conflict(s) has already begun, with the Russian action in Georgia just a taste of what’s to come. But there is much more going on that the Left leaning media doesn’t want the public to be aware of. Here are a few links to important stories you should be aware of…

Thursday, September 11, 2008By Patrick Goodenough, International Editor
(CNSNews.com) – Russia’s defense ministry announced that two Tupolev Tu-160 strategic bombers landed Wednesday at a military airfield in Venezuela, where they are scheduled to carry out training flights. The planes, which have a range of more than 8,000 miles, traveled to the Latin American country “over neutral waters in the Arctic and Atlantic oceans,” and were tracked en route by NATO fighter planes, the ministry said.

Russia Confirms Naval War Games Plan in America’s Backyard

Monday, September 08, 2008By Sergei Blagov
Moscow (CNSNews.com) – Russian officials have confirmed plans to hold naval maneuvers with Venezuela in the Caribbean, while denying that the move was in response to increased NATO naval activity in the Black Sea since last month’s war in Georgia.Russia will send the nuclear-powered cruiser Pyotr Velikiy (Peter the Great), anti-submarine vessel Admiral Chabanenko, aircraft and some 1,000 military personnel for joint exercises with Venezuelan forces in Venezuelan waters, officials announced.

By 5-to-1 Public Thinks Most Journalists Trying to Elect Obama

A week after a Rasmussen Reports survey discovered that by a ten-to-one margin the public believes the media are trying to hurt Sarah Palin, a new Rasmussen poll of 1,000 likely voters, briefly highlighted Wednesday night on FNC’s Hannity & Colmes, determined “69 percent remain convinced that reporters try to help the candidate they want to win, and this year by a nearly five-to-one margin voters believe they are trying to help Barack Obama.”

Greenspan: Recession Still ’50 Percent or More’ Likely

The economy isn’t out of the woods yet in spite of 3.3 percent gross domestic product (GDP) growth in the second quarter of 2008, according to former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan.
Greenspan appeared on CNBC’s September 9 “Closing Bell” and was asked by host Maria Bartiromo if he would stick with a prediction he made earlier this year that the United States would go into a recession.

Diplomatic pot put on high boil

By MATTHEW LEE Associated Press Sept. 12, 2008, 10:57PM
WASHINGTON — The Bush administration is facing a new headache, this time in Latin America, as two leftist governments it can’t ignore booted the U.S. ambassadors this week.
Simmering ideological tensions between President Bush and the populist presidents of Bolivia and Venezuela boiled over in twin diplomatic spats that threaten U.S. counter-narcotics operations in the region and possibly American energy supplies.
The administration says it wants to get along with the growing number of leftist leaders in the Western Hemisphere, but Bolivian President Evo Morales and Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez are having none of it, essentially responding with the time-honored insult: “Yankee, go home.”
By Borzou Daragahi, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer September 13, 2008
BEIRUT — A leaked report by a U.N. agency reveals fresh details about Libya’s now-abandoned attempts to obtain nuclear weapons and an underground network of scientists who peddled atomic secrets for cash. Before deciding to abandon its quest for nuclear weapons, Libya had tapped into a sophisticated black-market network that included Pakistani scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan, says a report by the International Atomic Energy Agency, or IAEA, prepared for delivery Friday to members of its governing board.
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