Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Breaking News Tues. July 26, 2011

I had to put this bit of supreme idiocy up here, I didn't want to run the risk of it being missed. Ozarker and me were both pretty thunderstruck by it.
Could be with this all time idiot comment from Beck the churn head, he will finally have destroyed his own career.
UPI: Beck likens Norway victims to Hitler Youth
SHERMAN OAKS, Calif., July 26 (UPI) -- Conservative U.S. broadcaster Glenn Beck said the teenagers massacred at a Norwegian Labor Party youth camp reminded him of the infamous Hitler Youth.
"There was a shooting at a political camp, which sounds a little like, you know, the Hitler Youth," Beck said in the first minute of his syndicated radio broadcast Monday. "I mean, who does a camp for kids that's all about politics? Disturbing."

Thank you to everyone that sent in diet suggestions. I'm going to have to go try and scare up a doc tomorrow, wish me luck. LOL I haven't been to see a doc in I guess over 12 or 13 years and so I'll go try and find one that will take me as a patient. Thanks again guys. Please go visit the Ozarker at Conflicted Doomer and rj at Global Glass Onion today!
Hopefully I'll be back to my regular self here pretty soon. Take care and see you all tomorrow.

Norway Trajedy
BusinessInsider: Norway Killer Was On Watch List For Suspicious Chemical Purchases
CNN: Attorney: Norway suspect surprised he succeeded in alleged attacks

Bloomberg: Japan’s Food-Chain Threat Multiplies as Fukushima Radiation Spreads
WireUpDate: Strong earthquake jolts northeast Japan, no damage

Global Conflict
RawStory: U.S. denies killing Iranian scientistU.S. denies killing Iranian scientist
JerusalemPost: Israel, US to hold massive missile defense drill next year
Hosted: 11 killed in shootings in southern Mexico 
TheAtlantic: Chart of the Day: Muslim Brotherhood Is Deeply Unpopular in Egypt 
BeforeItsNews: Israel Erupts in Protest, Tens of Thousands Chant "Revolution"  

TulsaWorld: Afghan crises raise doubts about future

Hacker News
RawStory: ‘Anonymous’ attacks Italian cyber police website

Financial News
BusinessInsider: This Is What Gets Defunded If The Treasury Has To Prioritize Payments
MSNBC: Home prices DON'T fall for 1st time in yearWidely watched index shows prices unchanged on a monthly basis 
Hosted: Lawmakers trade blame over airport project halts 
DemocraticLeader: Pelosi Statement on Proposals to Reduce the Deficit, Avoid Default“It is clear we must enter an era of austerity; to reduce the deficit through shared sacrifice..."
CNBC: For Fundraising, Obama Relies Even More on Wall Street
HuffPost: The Drive to Cut Social Security: Why Are the Gang of Six Scared of Information?  
TruthOut: Put 15 Million Back to Work Fixing $2.2 Trillion in Infrastructure: the Works Progress Administration 
Economix: Debt Crises, Real and Fake 
ZeroHedge: Bill Buckler Puts Things Back Into Perspective: "Of The Total US $15 Trillion Market Capitalization, The Fed Provided About Half Of That" 
ABC:AU: US default could end greenback's reign 
WashingtonPost: Everything you need to know about the debt ceiling in one post 
Bloomberg: Default by U.S. Can Be Avoided Until September, Silvia Says
Reuters: How we got into this fine mess 
ZeroHedge: Visualizing America's Cash Outflows Between August 3 And August 15 
Yahoofinance: (Video) Is the U.S. Losing Its Safe Haven Status? 
Telegraph: Why the US is facing these unpalatable decisionsErskine Bowles, once chief of staff to President Bill Clinton, quipped that he would need to enter a witness protection programme. It was the first week of December, and Bowles and Alan Simpson, a former Republican Senator for Wyoming, had just delivered Congress an unwanted Christmas present.
McClatchy: Unemployed baby boomers are struggling to get by

Peak oil and Energy News
IBTimes: Technical Oil (2011-07-26)

Environmental News
PBS: Somalis Flee to Kenya in Search of Food, Water, Aid
BBC: UN to airlift supplies to drought hit areas in Africa
Guardian: Alpine glacier retreat pushing Europe closer to water crisis
IPS: Future glacier retreat in the Alps could affect the hydrology of large streams more strongly than previously assumed, a new study shows
Good: Big Oil's Dirty Secret: There's a Serious Spill Almost Daily in America
Grist: Everyone thinks Obama is doing a bad job on the environment
Guardian: Melting Arctic ice releasing banned toxins, warn scientistsUnknown amount of trapped persistent organic pollutants poses threat to marine life and humans as temperatures rise

America in Decline
MSNBC: Bladder cancer survivor has new run-in with TSA
Yahoo: Postal Service aims to shut down over 3,600 offices
WashingtonPost: Teachers in a bind: Tests don’t measure critical thinking 
ActivistPost: Rental Firms May be Allowed to Spy on Customers With Webcams (Court Ruling)

Food and Water
AgWeb: No Going Back: U.S. Dairy Exporting Is a Necessity
The U.S. has reached a tipping point where dairy exporting is no longer an option but a necessity, says the U.S. Dairy Export Council (USDEC).
In 2010, the U.S. shipped 13% of the nation’s total milk solids overseas and imported volume equivalent to only 2.8%, posting a record trade surplus.

Science and Technology
TechReview: Physicists Recreate 'End Of Time" In LabEver wondered what would happen if the dimension of time came to a sudden end? A new experiment reveals all
BeforeItsNews: Electromagnetic Pulse Cannon Stops Cars In Their Tracks. Soon The Size Of Handgun,
BusinessInsider: The F-22 Raptor Fleet That Has Been Grounded Since May Is Suffering From Mysterious Toxic Leaks 
DiscoveryNews: Could New Rover Find Fossils on Mars?Rover 'Curiosity' ups the ante in search for life beyond Earth, but can't directly detect Martian life.

Other News
Good: Yes, I'm Black; No, You Can't Touch My Hair
NewScientist: Is reading fiction good for you?
BBC: Rogue kangaroo attacks 94-year-old Phyllis Johnson
A large, rogue red kangaroo has attacked a 94-year-old woman in her garden in Queensland, Australia.
AmericanProspect: Marijuana Legalization and Big Cannabis
As support for legalization of marijuana slowly increases, Keith Humphreys warns advocates that legalization may not turn out the way they imagine. Instead, he says, it would create an industry much like any other:

The Forums
TinfoilPalace:Just One More Reason to Despise John Edwards- This Old Bat Really Should have Kept Her Mouth Shut

TinfoilPalace:'Super Congress': Debt Ceiling Negotiators Aim To Create New Legislative Body
TheOilAge:Alarming ‘dead zone’ grows in the Chesapeake
TheOilAge:Life Inside a 7x12' Portable, Tiny House (Video)
Hubberts-Arms:My "People of Walmart" Post is Now on Dissident VoiceHubberts-Arms:MULE any advice on reconditioning cast iron cookware.
SilentCountry:So you thought your job was safe...
SilentCountry:They're Coming After Your Pension

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