1. Denise

    Chevy Silverado "2012" | Super Bowl XLVI Ads | Chevrolet Commercial

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  2. Unhypnotized

    Number One? 20 Not So Good Categories That The United States Leads The World In

    The Economic Collapse July 5, 2011 Is the United States “number one”?* Many Americans take deep pride in their nation and the truth is that the U.S. has a lot going for it.* The United States has the largest economy in the world.* The United States also has the most powerful military on the...

    Mexico army: Suspect says ICE agent slain in error

    21 mins ago MEXICO CITY – An alleged Zetas drug cartel member arrested in the killing of a U.S. immigration agent told soldiers Wednesday the attack was a mistake, saying gunmen mistook the officer's SUV for a vehicle used by a rival gang, the army said. Julian Zapata Espinoza — known by the...
  4. Truth Vibrations

    Alcohol a factor in fatal crash: RCMP

    Police say alcohol was a factor in a northern Alberta crash that left one person dead early Saturday morning. Fairview RCMP were called to a single-car accident on Highway 65, west of Hines Creek, just before 1 a.m. MT. Officers found a Chevrolet truck rolled into the highway's south ditch. A...


    At the knock and sound of my name I would rise and sit before my father's meal— fried eggs, grits, link sausage, canned biscuits—watching him pore over, then fold, the Morning Herald by his place. In the still dark we would cross town in an old Chevy, pick up a man by name of Whitey or Buck, and...
  6. buttman302

    This Day In History January 11

    This Day In History January 11 11th day of 2011 - 354 remaining Tuesday, January 11, 2011 GENTLE BEN DAY Texans are always ready to boast about their native sons. Well, on this date in 1952, another soon-to-be-famous Texan was born. Ben D. Crenshaw came into the world at Austin, Texas. As he...
  7. funbunz29

    Salvation Mountain: A Towering Salute to God

    Driving in the California desert, on a desolate road about 80 miles south of Palm Springs, a strange sight comes into view. From a mile or so away, it looks like a candy-colored explosion against the side of a mountain. Closer, the colors begin to take shape and form. It's a massive painting...
  8. Truth Vibrations

    Investigation into death of Notorious B.I.G. heats up -- A task force made up of local and federal law enforcement agencies is actively pursuing leads into the 1997 slaying of hip hop artist Christopher Wallace, better known as Biggie Smalls or Notorious B.I.G., according...

    Oil-soaked boom from BP spill recycled for GM's Volt

    Oil-soaked boom from the BP spill is being recycled into plastic parts for the plug-in Chevrolet Volt electric car, General Motors said Monday in a bid to boost its "clean and green" image. GM and its suppliers are recovering the protective boom laid across 100 miles (160 kilometers) of...
  10. Truth Vibrations

    Arrest in slaying of Toronto student

    Naveen Ariaratnam was arrested as he stepped off a flight from Sri Lanka. Toronto police have arrested a man and charged him in connection with the death of a 20-year-old university student. Vincent Dang was struck by a vehicle in Toronto's entertainment district and killed at about 2:30 a.m...
  11. Unhypnotized

    1972 Article Unearthed: ?Worse than Hitler?: ?Population Bomb? author Paul Ehrlich su

    Marc Morano Climate Depot Friday, February 19th, 2010 A 1972 article about “The Population Bomb” biologist Paul Ehrlich reveals a nascent environmental movement grappling with mass sterilization, climate fears, “international policy planning” and redistribution of wealth. The article reveals...
  12. mrwupy


    We all have ideas and beliefs we live by. Some were taught to us and others we picked up along the way. Some we have no clue as to where they came from and yet we still accept them as a part of us. And still others seem to come from out of the blue, as if a gift from the heavens. This little...
  13. Unhypnotized

    Skeptical UN IPCC Scientist: ?The use of fossil fuels has done more to benefit human

    Marc Morano Climate Depot Thursday, Oct 29th, 2009 UN IPCC Scientist Richard Courtney, a UN IPCC expert reviewer and a UK based atmospheric science consultant, is featured on page 224 of the U.S. Senate Report of More Than 700 Dissenting Scientists Over Man-Made Global Warming. Below is a guest...
  14. CASPER

    US scientist in court on spy-for-Israel charges

    A leading US scientist who has worked for the White House and NASA made a first appearance in court Tuesday charged with attempting to spy for Israel, which could earn him a sentence of life in prison. Stewart Nozette, 52, was arrested Monday after a sting operation involving an undercover FBI...