Boston Marathon Bombing: The FBI’s Suspects

“For clarity, these images should be the only ones, I emphasize the only ones, that the public should view to assist us. Other photos should not be deemed credible and they unnecessarily divert the public’s attention in the wrong direction and create undue work for vital law enforcement resources.” – FBI Special Agent Richard DesLauriers […]

Legislator claims one in 10 darted polar bears die – 60 times the number reported by scientists

ShareThis Legislator claims one in 10 darted polar bears die – 60 times the number reported by scientists 23 Mar 2013 On March 1, in response to the state losing its appeal of the threatened-species designation for polar bears, Rep. Eric Feige (D) said the federal government itself was responsible for the deaths of many […]

The Real Makers of Lethal Weapons Are in Our Schools

Servando Gonzalez | The inconsistency of the gun grabbers’ reasoning is amazing. The ones that now are blaming guns for the schools’ killings are the same people that, faced with increasing teenage sex, decided to provide high-school kids with free condoms because, they reasoned, kids were going to continue having sex anyway.       […]

To close tax loopholes, Obama would open new ones

President Barack Obama wants to close dozens of loopholes that let some companies pay little or nothing in taxes. But he also wants to open new ones for manufacturers and companies that invest in clean energy. To some analysts, the new loopholes risk upending the level playing field Obama says he wants to create. Some […]

To close tax loopholes, Obama would open new ones

By Paul Wiseman and Christopher S. Rugaber, Boston.com WASHINGTON—Cutting corporate tax rates and deleting loopholes is just what most economists prescribe for the tangled U.S. tax code. So why isn’t everyone cheering the plan President Barack Obama unveiled Tuesday to slash the top corporate tax rate and end breaks that let some companies pay little […]

Financial Oligarch Power Raping Greece

The Intel Hub Stephen Lendman February 15, 2012 On February 12, Greece’s banker controlled parliament passed sweeping austerity measures on top of multiple previous rounds. New ones include: sacking 15,000 public workers in 2012 and 150,000 by 2015; slashing private sector wages by 20%; lowering monthly minimum wages from 750 to 600 euros; cutting fast […]