Wednesday, April 13, 2011

April 13 2011 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: From Space Exploration To Medicine - Miniaturization Is The Wave Of The Future

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Cabale News ServiceApril 13 2011 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: From Space Exploration To Medicine - Miniaturization Is The Wave Of The Future

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» Today president Obama presents his version of a 2012 budget and appropriations bill. The US is currently operating on continuing resolutions of the 2010 budget... That's right, There WAS NO 2011 budget. More. Still more from the Washington Post: President Obama’s debt speech: What to watch for

Meanwhile, the Washington Post also duly notes that: Obama risks losing liberals with talk of cutting budget. While The Hill informs us that the: "Left’s angst grows over Obama’s shift to center... Anxiety over President Obama’s shift to the political center is threatening to alienate the White House’s liberal base". It would be more accurately worded "Left’s ANGER grows over Obama’s shift to RIGHT"

There's a NATO meeting in Qatar discussing the Libyan situation including whether to coerce the rebels in Benghazi to accept the African Union's "Roadmap to Peace", already accepted by the Libyan government, and also whether or not to arm the rebels.... CAN ONE simultaneously make peace and prepare for war?

» The CIA and Pakistani ISI are meeting at CIA HQ in Langley Virginia today and it IS contentious. The Pakistani counterpart to the CIA is demanding a pullout of ALL contractors and 'cowboys' in the country... Not JUST the drone targeting, al Qaeda phoning spooks like Raymond Davis, but also including security personnel at our embassies.

» Hosni Mubarak, the unseated president of Egypt is in the hospital with apparent heart problems. He was being questioned at the time in regard to government corruption, as were his sons.

More From Foreign Policy Magazine:
Egyptian prosecutors have ordered a 15-day detention of former President Hosni Mubarak and his sons, just hours after he was hospitalized for what state media called a "heart crisis." Mubarak was reportedly taken ill while being questioned by prosecutors over charges of corruption and abuse of power. The former president is believed to be in poor health, though the severity of his illness was a carefully-guarded state secret while he was in office.

The president and his sons, Gamal and Alaa, are being charged with a range of offenses, including the violence that took place during Egypt's three-week uprising, in which more than 800 people were killed. [In Full]
» The San Onofre nuclear preparedness drill on the coast of California near San Diego is underway for the next three days. FEMA will evaluate the drill with a report and public commenting due on Friday... for release in Saturday's papers, which no one reads.

In OTHER News:

American political activist Abbie Hoffman once said "America is scared of it's children... and America's children noticed it was true. So the parents drugged them into submission with the assistance of alleged-by-school-administrators 'behavioral problems' and doctors owned and operated by the Pharmacological industrial complex.

Then the parents raped the treasury.

If you want a closer view of the looting of the US economy to pay for the military-industrial complex and the wars they sell us in the interest of "National Security", here's the National Priorities Project Analysis of the Fiscal Year 2011 Federal Budget Agreement:
Six months after the start of the current fiscal year (FY2011), congressional leaders and President Obama have reached agreement on a budget for the second half of the year. In all the deal provides just over $1 trillion in spending over the last six months of the year, a cut of roughly $40 billion from FY2010 levels

The cuts focus largely on the "non-security" portion of the federal discretionary budget, while leaving the "security" portion virtually untouched, and providing "real" (inflation-adjusted) growth for the Pentagon's annual "base" budget of roughly 1%. So called "non-security" funding includes spending on education, food, and housing-related programs, etc. - while "security" includes military, nuclear weapons, homeland security, and veterans affairs.

Non-security spending is cut an average of 10%, with all non-security programs subjected to a 0.2% "across the board" cut...

For NPP's full analysis of the FY2011 budget agreement, click here. There's more on site including an analysis of the upcoming 2012 budget plan as issued by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan.
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