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  1. CASPER

    Castro as commentator on US politics

    HAVANA – Think you're obsessed with President Barack Obama and the many challenges he faces at home and abroad? Well, you're not alone. Fidel Castro appears to have a fascination with the American leader that would make Obama Girl jealous, writing obsessively not only about his politics, but...
  2. Unhypnotized

    Twenty-Two Reasons Why this Recession is Different and Why it Will Endure

    SurvivalBlog October 19, 2009 I find it surprising that I’m now getting inquiries from readers, asking if “we’ve reached bottom” in the current economic recession, and asking if the time has come to start buying stocks or residential real estate. It seems that the talking heads of...
  3. day

    Adadoligi nvwato hiyada

    Pineal Gland Awakening - Enter the Star Nation Teachings This is dedicated to the Creator and our connection to the Creator Mitakuye Oyasin
  4. Unhypnotized

    “It is Time for Next Eco-Scare Already?”

    The Chilling Effect Tuesday, Oct 6th, 2009 That’s the question from ClimateDepot.com’s Marc Morano, who points to this article from self-titled “global warming activist” Laurie David. In turn, she relates a letter in which a Captain at sea writes of an “insidious invasion of the biosphere by...
  5. CASPER

    Accountancy: Dürer in Antwerp

    This many times have I dined with the Factor ///////, thus often with Stecher /, thus with my Lords //////. (I am drawn to the fishes. And to citrons—sugared, like frost over gem stones.) In trade for my portraits, I have taken a branch of white coral, a cedarwood rosary, an ounce of good...
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    Nibiru updates march 2009

    Nibiru updates march 2009 In the late 19th century, it is said that ancient tablets were discovered in what is now modern day Iraq. Once deciphered it is claimed, they tell the story of an alien civilization which came to earth from the planet Nibiru. Supposedly This planet passes through our...
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    No Good News from Israel

    No Good News from Israel By Jo-Ann Mort - February 11, 2009, 1:53PM The Israeli elections turned out pretty much as predicted--a victory for the extreme right. Even though Tzipi Livni holds on by a one-vote margin, her centrist Kadima Party is unlikely to be able to create a stable governing...
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