Monthly Archives: July 2008

>Time to Buy the Farm

>__________________________ Many things economic are pointing to farmland – and the food a farm can produce – as being the investment idea whose time is here, in fact, whose time came quite awhile ago. But it’s not too late. If … Continue reading

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>To Serve and Protect – But Not This NYPD Cop

>_________________ The video says it all. _____________ ___________________

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>HIV/AIDS Epedemic Among American Blacks

>____________________________________ The health crisis among blacks – in all stages of HIV/AIDS — from infection with HIV to death with AIDS – is largely ignored by the Jewish controlled media in the United States. They don’t want us to know … Continue reading

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>Kippots for Both Zionist Sides

>___________________ For you Obamists __________________ For you McCainists _________________ Don’t be w/o one this election season. Since both of America’s best support Israel before your and their own country, don’t feel left out. Wear yours everywhere you go, not just … Continue reading

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>The Zapruder Film Revisited

>_____________________________________ We had a 9/11 event back in 1963, the assassination of John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas shown on national TV. I watched that event – live. However, we didn’t have access to the evidence and we didn’t have … Continue reading

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>Pretty ‘Cool’ New SE

>_______________________________ Cuil.com Welcome to Cuil—the world’s biggest search engine. The Internet has grown. We think it’s time search did too. The Internet has grown exponentially in the last fifteen years but search engines have not kept up—until now. Cuil searches … Continue reading

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>Coming Soon: Rationing – Part I

>____________________________________ Virtually all of the shoes and 90% of the apparel US consumers buy today is imported, mostly from China. Americans spent $350 billion dollars in 2006 on apparel and footwear. Once those Chinese, who are working hard to produce … Continue reading

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