Wednesday, August 11, 2010

August 11 2010 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: How Governments Get What They Want... They 'Cry Wolf' When All They Have Are Gophers

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Cabale News ServiceAugust 11 2010 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: How Governments Get What They Want... They 'Cry Wolf' When All They Have Are Gophers

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In The News:
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Lots got done in one day for a change as the House of representatives passes the $500 million dollar Border "Security" bill to fund 1,400 agents and two drones on the long-militarized Mexican border. Out of $26 billion dollars in general aid to the states promoted as "Save the Teachers", only 10 goes to the teachers. The Republicans attempt to ban any "lame duck" sessions after the coming election failed. Details

British Petroleum has suspended their relief well drilling on the Deepwater Horizon/Macondo well for now as a tropical storm moves into the area.

One other thing that went on in the House of Representatives... Charlie Rangel, whose resignation is being demanded over tenuous House Ethics committee findings that took two years of investigation and now hangs fire on whether the House will hold hearings said if they REALLY have something on him "Come and get it.". More invective.

Trials for what only can be described as POWs? An Afghani boy who was fifteen year old when he threw a hand grenade at invading US forces in a battle at the beginning of the invasion of Afghanistan begins his tribunal at Guantanamo.

Monsoons continue in Asia with 2000 dead so far in China. Details

Finally, a little socio-economic commentary from Ian Fletcher at t r u t h o u t

Did you ever wonder WHY all the jobs were allowed to be SENT AWAY (NOT the end result often stated as 'went away')?

"Remember postindustrialism?

Not long ago, this catchphrase was supposed to define America's future: no more grubby hard industries, just a clean bright world of services and high technology. Its most succinct formulation is as follows:
Manufacturing is old hat and America is moving on to better things.
This idea played a large role during the 1980s and 1990s in getting Americans to accept deindustrialization. It was promoted by writers as varied as futurist Alvin Toffler, capitalist romantic George Gilder, techno-libertarian Virginia Postrel, futurist John Naisbitt, and globalist Thomas Friedman. Newt Gingrich seized upon it as the supposed economic basis of his Republican Revolution of 1994.

Unfortunately, postindustrialism is now a blatantly dead letter, as the U.S. economy has ceased generating any net new jobs in internationally traded sectors of any kind: manufacturing or services, industrial or postindustrial..." [Read on]

[After the commentary... If you're still confused, George Carlin spells it out for you. Courtesy of the respective artists.]


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