Friday, June 25, 2010

June 25 2010 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: Not 'We Can Work It Out'... 'THEY Can Work It Out' - The 'Mujahadeen' And Afghanistan

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Cabale News ServiceJune 25 2010 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: Not 'We Can Work It Out'... 'THEY Can Work It Out' - The 'Mujahadeen' And Afghanistan

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When it comes to push and shove, Obama gets it shoved - The Finance Reform bill made it through conference committee at five am this morning with 80-90% of what the president wanted and he'll be on his way to the G20 conference in Toronto shortly.

There are gonna be A LOT more homeless Americans - Last night the senate voted to reject an extension of Unemployment Benefits. 1.6 million Americans will lose their benefits by the end of next week, and that's just one week. The rationale driving the cretins who did this... "People who are out of work on long-term benefits are less likely to look for, and find work (cf. 'lazy')".

The flaw in this logic: "First, there has to be work available!".

Meanwhile, local governments have (AFAICT) squandered their financial stimulus money (locally, a major paving project on a street that didn't need paved) and now...
Spending on local projects plummets

Construction spending by state and local governments has plummeted despite federal stimulus funds.

By Dennis Cauchon, USA TODAY

States and local governments are slashing spending on schools, roads, offices and other construction projects so fast that even federal stimulus money hasn't filled in the gap.

Investment in infrastructure is on pace to drop almost 7% this year to $269 billion, according to a USA TODAY analysis of federal data. That would be the first decline in state and local construction spending since the Census Bureau started tracking in 1993... [More]

President Obama met with President Medvedev of Russia yesterday. They discussed Kyrgyzstan, how to get Russia into the WTO, and... chicken exports. Then they went out for junk food burgers at a local drive-in dive.

Los Angeles REALLY NEEDS that 'two bits' - Los Angeles voids a law saying they won't do business with Arizona because of their racially profiling immigration law, but L.A.'s traffic cameras are operated by an Arizona agency, which takes $0.75 of every dollar in fines collected as a fee.

In OTHER News:

Djibouti, which allows the stationing of the U.S. military's Combined Task Force, Horn of Africa (AFRICOM, also home to JSOC assassins working in Somalia), with about 3,000 troops, has a problem...
Oil and Ethanol AfricaVoice of America News

June 23, 2010

Djibouti Rebels Threatening Stability in Strategic Country

Alisha Ryu

Nairobi: Analysts are expressing fear that increasing rebel activity in Djibouti in recent months could threaten the stability of one of the most strategically important nations in the Horn of Africa. The internal upheaval is some of the worst since Djibouti gained independence from France 33 years ago.

Last month, three Djiboutian soldiers were killed in an ambush in the north of the country, where a low-intensity anti-government rebellion has been simmering for nearly two decades.

The incident has been followed by near-daily reports of armed clashes in the area, stoking public fears that the country is sliding toward another civil war.
Djibouti, a tiny country of just 800,000 people bordering Eritrea, Ethiopia, and Somalia, has little natural resources or industry. But in the past decade, its strategic location in the Horn of Africa has turned Djibouti into a key partner for the United States and Western countries fighting piracy off the coast of Somalia and conducting counter-terrorism operations in the region. [In Full]
Also see: Foreign Policy In Focus, AFRI(OIL)COM and Xe/Blackwater's CIA 'Dark' Operation In Germany... A Practice Run For Somalia/HOA Operations? on this site.

Finally... Listen to your Auntie! Television is BAD for your mental health:

A note from the poster:
Many of you believe watching TV is a harmless, entertaining activity worthy of your attention, but the video below will give you some eye-opening things to consider.

In just under four minutes you'll learn why television is essentially a platform for elite advertisers to peddle their wares, and how the steady stream of images could be making your life in reality seem dull and slow in comparison.

if you watch TV, you owe it to yourself to watch this video. [Link (Facebook users only, sorry!)]
For maximum understanding of the media concentration issue at hand, watch the "BlipVerts" episode of the TV series (SPIKED TV series that is...) Max Headroom (43 minutes) HERE. Warning! If you are sedentary or eat lots of junk food, view with caution. Your head might explode.


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