Should Energy Deregulation Be In Every State?

Over the past couple decades, a historic shift has slowly taken place within the $220 billion electric industry, much like the airline, trucking and telecommunications industries before it. Federal and state governments have chipped away at what has been referred to as the last government-sanctioned monopoly. Today, nearly half of all states have some version […]

Scientists Warn Geo-Engineering Can Kill Billions of People

By Cassandra AndersonOctober 2, 2012 Geo-engineering is an umbrella term for deliberate climate intervention that includes spraying the sky with aerosols to reflect solar radiation away from Earth in order to cool the planet and to save the environment and humanity from the effects of supposedly man-made global warming.  There is evidence that this program […]

Ian Crane Interview: ‘Fracking Nightmare in the UK’

“21st Century Wire says…Fracking…What is it? Who’s doing it? Who’s trying to stop it? All of the above are very important questions, and UK researcher and public speaker, Ian Crane, is hot on the case and travelling around Britain in an attempt to warn the public about what he believes is the most risky, half-baked […]

What’s Hiding Behind the Buzzwords in Job Ads? How to navigate in the New World order

Or perhaps, confusing jargon suggests that the company has an ill-defined mission or strategy. “Most people have no idea what the development plans really are; they don’t know where they’re going,” says Fleming. With that in mind, we’ve asked Fleming, Ullrich and other career experts to help us decode the most commonly used jargon in […]

Fracking: Answer to Our Energy Crisis, or Could it Be a Disaster for the Environment?

The Guardian March 3, 2012 Fracking – the extraction of shale gas – was halted last year after it was linked to a series of tremors in Lancashire. Drilling companies hope a decision due soon will allow them to restart operations. But protesters say fracking can lead to water contamination, methane leaks and animals dying […]

How Sustainable Development is Transforming Property Rights

In this “show and tell” presentation, you will learn how state federal and world leaders are intervening in every county in the U.S. to prod us toward a new kind of local community that few want. John Anthony traces each step of Agenda 21 or Sustainable Development, from its 1987 inception to your backyard in […]

Monsanto Declared Worst Company of 2011

Biotech giant Monsanto has been declared the Worst Company of 2011 by NaturalSociety for threatening both human health and the environment. The leader in genetically modified seeds and crops, Monsanto is currently responsible for 90 percent of the genetically engineered seed on the United States market. Outside of GM seeds, Monsanto is also the creator […]

CDC Calls Morgellons’ Nanoworms a Delusion, Protects DARPA

By Rady Ananda Activist Post January 31, 2012 Imagine having the mental prowess to be able to create living filaments heretofore unknown, that can reproduce themselves, some of which come with identifying letters embossed on them, and then to make them extrude from beneath your skin, all against your conscious will. Sound like science fiction?  […]

Giuliani on WTC7 Questions: Get a Haircut, Take a Shower

By Rady Ananda Activist Post January 29, 2012 When confronted with questions about World Trade Center 7 at a speech on Thursday at the University of Florida, bald Rudy Giuliani told long-haired radio host Bob Tuskin, “You are too rude to be entitled to an answer.  May I suggest a haircut and a shower?” Filmed […]

Polar bear declared ‘species of special concern’ despite growing numbers

Editor’s note: Not sure why the Polar bears are being placed on this list, because the growing population and numbers are being reported to be a problem. Check out the article on the Examiner. Another article is also available on the Telegraph concerning a Polar bear expert barred by global warmists. According to this expert’s […]