Month: September 2011

American Environmental Law is upside down: A battle of David and Goliath proportions

by Marita Noon In the last few weeks a battle has been going on behind the scenes involving the sites who publish my work and those who wish to silence me and smother public debate. The debate between the Center for Biological Diversity and me stems from an issue gaining increasing attention. Most recently, on …

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Global Warming Alarmists Can’t Claim Victory

To Editor, Flathead Beacon, published September 28, 2011. In a recent letter (August 24, Beacon: “Distortions of Court Decision on Climate Change Petition” – read below), Dr. Elwood, an ecologist, attempted to interpret law. Here is what the Montana Supreme Court reviewed and ruled:

Montana Storms

Photographs by Sean Heavy, Glasgow, Montana (for story, see Mail Online) Photographer Sean Heavey, has been taking storm pictures in Montana since 2007. An electrician by trade, Mr. Heavey is an amateur photographer.

1946 Nobel Laureate lied about danger of low radiation dosage

UMass researcher points to suppression of evidence on radiation effects by 1946 Nobel Laureate … Public release  20-Sep-2011 AMHERST, Mass. – University of Massachusetts Amherst environmental toxicologist Edward Calabrese, whose career research shows that low doses of some chemicals and radiation are benign or even helpful, says he has uncovered evidence that one of the …

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9/11 – The largest evacuation by boat in history

In nine hours, boats streaming in from all over the Northeast evacuated 500,000 people trapped on Manhattan Island by the complete shutdown of all trains and bridges in the wake of the fall of the twin towers. (Compare that with history’s second-biggest evacuation, of 339,000 soldiers and civilians from Dunkirk, in WWII, which took nine …

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The “Critics” of 9/11 Truth. Do They Have a Case?

by Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, Global Research The short answer to the question in the title is no. The 9/11 truth critics have nothing but ad hominem arguments. Let’s examine the case against “the truthers” presented by Ted Rall, Ann Barnhardt, and Alexander Cockburn. But first let’s define who “the truthers” are.

9/11: Controlled demolition, not aircraft, destroyed buildings

9/11: Explosive Evidence — Experts Speak Out (Full Video) Psychologically, you have been conditioned to believe the government story. But if the government story were true then the government should have preserved the evidence so building engineers could improve building design. But the government quickly shipped critical building steel to China for melting. This excellent …

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9/11 and the Orwellian Redefinition of “Conspiracy Theory”

by Paul Craig Roberts, Global Research, June 20, 2011 While we were not watching, conspiracy theory has undergone Orwellian redefinition. A “conspiracy theory” no longer means an event explained by a conspiracy.  Instead, it now means any explanation, or even a fact, that is out of step with the government’s explanation and that of its …

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9/11 Analysis: From Ronald Reagan and the Soviet-Afghan War to George W Bush and September 11, 2001

by Michel Chossudovsky, Global Research, September 9, 2011 This article summarizes earlier writings by the author on 9/11 and the role of Al Qaeda in US foreign policy. For further details see Michel Chossudovsky, America’s “War on Terrorism”, Global Research, 2005 “The United States spent millions of dollars to supply Afghan schoolchildren with textbooks filled with …

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The Center for Biological Diversity is a law firm masquerading as a zoological society

by Marita Noon, Energy Makes America Great I’d never heard of the Center for Biological Diversity (CBD) until five years ago. Likewise, I’d never given environmental groups much thought. Like most Americans, I knew groups like the Sierra Club existed and I assumed they did nature hikes or watched birds–or something. When I accepted a …

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Tennessee Football

This statement was read over the PA system at the football game at Roane County High School, Kingston, Tennessee by school Principal, Jody McLeod: It has always been the custom at Roane County High School football games, to say a prayer and play the National Anthem, to honor God and Country. Due to a recent …

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The CIA, the Pentagon, and the Assassination of JFK

by Andrew Gavin Marshall, GlobalResearch.ca, November 23, 2010 The Democrats have the legacy of having both the “best” president of the 20th century, JFK, … and the most criminal president, Lyndon Johnson, who helped assassinate JFK. The assassination of JFK changed America and the world for the worse. – Ed Just 47 years ago, on November …

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American Tradition Institute sues Michael “Hockey Stick” Mann

by American Tradition Institute, Tuesday, September 6, 2011 Contact: Paul Chesser, Executive Director, paul.chesser@atinstitute.org Dr. Michael Mann, lead author of the discredited “hockey stick” graph that was once hailed by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change as the “smoking gun” of the catastrophic man-made global warming theory, has asked to intervene in American Tradition Institute’s …

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Thomas Jefferson: Kentucky Resolutions of 1798

The following resolutions were proposed to the Kentucky Legislature, and this version was adopted on November 10, 1798, as a protest against the Alien and Sedition Acts passed by Congress. They were authored by Thomas Jefferson, but he did not make public the fact until years later. This represents one of the clearest expressions of …

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