Daily Archives: October 13, 2012

Inside Story – US goes on cyberwar offensive

Published on Oct 13, 2012 by AlJazeeraEnglish

US issues a warning over what he calls the growing threat of a cyberwar – who will be in the line of fire? Jane Dutton speaks to Catherine Lohtrionte, Rob Densmore & Jason Moon.

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Today Auto Sales Are Their Highest In More Than 4 years! GM Is Back! Ford & Chrysler Are Growing!

Published on Oct 13, 2012 by MOXNEWSd0tC0M

October 13, 2012 White House
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Prairie Fire – Revolutionize the Food System

Published on Sep 9, 2012 by peakmoment

Peak Moment 219: Novelist Dan Armstrong’s “Prairie Fire” is a fast-paced thriller whose characters forge unlikely alliances to revolutionize the American food system. It’s spearheaded by farmers squeezed by skyrocketing oil prices while marketeers get whopping price gains. This revolution is unlikely to succeed, yet… well, we won’t spoil it! In Dan’s “Taming the Dragon”, climate change causes Chinese grain production to plummet, bringing the world to the brink. Dan illuminates the real-world backdrop behind both novels. His solution? Localize food production. Meet farmer Harry MacCormack with exciting results in central Oregon. [www.mudcitypress.com, sunbowfarm.org]

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Human Powered Machines – Can Pedals Power the World?

Published on Oct 13, 2012 by peakmoment

Human Powered Machines – Can Pedals Power the World? from Peak Moment TV. Like this? Watch the latest episode of Peak Moment TV on Blip! http://blip.tv/peak-moment-tv/watch

Peak Moment 221: Jump on that bike and power up the blender for your morning smoothie! Matthew Corson-Finnerty shows several machines he has developed while at Aprovecho Center in Oregon. Watch us pedal power an electricity generator, a grain mill, a blender, and a straw-chopper. Matthew notes thereapos;s “considerable difference between the power that one person can generate, and [whatapos;s] generated by a fossil fuel engine or a coal-fired plant to provide electricity.” After watching these machines, what do you think? [aprovecho.net, bikeblender.blogspot.com]

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NEW Recording From Al Qaeda’s #1 Urges HOLY WAR Against U.S. & Israel For Video Mocking Muhammad

Published on Oct 13, 2012 by MOXNEWSd0tC0M

October 13, 2012 CBS News

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Church and State not separated in US?

Published on Oct 13, 2012 by RTAmerica

Religion has been around for thousands and thousands of years, and most religious beliefs have influenced laws and policies across the globe. In America, 20 percent of the population doesn’t claim a religious group. According to some reports, atheists in America have increased. Should Americans continue to keep the faith in organized religion? David Silverman, president for American Atheists, gives us his take.

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Controversial Pro-Israel Ads Go Up in Washington Subway

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Published on Oct 12, 2012 by VOAvideo

U.S. District Court judge in Washington DC has ruled that the city’s subway system must allow a pro-Israel ad that equates Muslim radicals with savages to be displayed in Metro stations. Legal experts say there is no way around the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which protects freedom of speech, even when some people consider that speech offensive. VOA’s Jeff Swicord reports.

[ The ad draws upon a long tradition of the racist worldview in America, originating in the subjugation of indigenous populations who were represented as “savages.”  Israel, in its pattern of favorable policies towards settler communities expanding in the occupied territories of Palestine, is understood by many to represent the same kind of white-settler mentality characteristic of early American history and apartheid South Africa.  Ads like this one and similar ones in New York city appeared in subways during a period corresponding to  America’s annual celebration of Columbus Day. ]

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