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Monday, October 23, 2006


News/Commentary: CNN - The Enemy Propaganda Machine

I was first made aware of CNN's role as the propaganda machine of the enemy, aka "Aljazeera West", when on 10/19/2006 Michael Savage played on The Savage Nation audio excerpts from CNN's Anderson Cooper show, where Mr. Cooper had broadcast a video report from Australian reporter Michael Ware (see also here) in which Ware narrated an Iraqi insurgent-filmed video (see links below) depicting the murder of US soldiers by enemy sniper fire. Of course, CNN was 'sensitive' enough that it "dipped to black at the moment of actual impact of the rounds," according to the Anderson Cooper blog.

View the segment from CNN's Anderson Cooper show:

Register your complaint with the Federal Communications Commission regarding this despicable and treasonous misuse of the ex-mainstream media's broadcast power:

(Originally Posted: 10/20/2006 @ 10:33AM)

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Thursday, October 05, 2006


Commentary: Gas Prices - The Unsolved Mystery

[See Below for Updated Information]

Yesterday I filled up my gas tank. $2.69 for a gallon of regular unleaded, 87-octane. But just now, as I was driving into The View-Point headquarters, a mere 15-minutes ago, I passed a gas station, where, to my mixed reaction, regular unleaded is now $2.59 a gallon. Why the mixed reaction? Yes, I am happy that prices are still on the decline, but I am also more than a little ticked that I missed the price change by 12 hours. This incident has spawned the following reflection:

If my memory serves me correctly (and it always does), it was just a few weeks ago that we were told by the schmucks in the ex-mainstream media that $4/gallon gas was on the way as a result of the Alaskan oil pipeline (supplying 1/8 of the US crude oil supply) being taken offline by BP for corrosion problems. But since that story was originally reported, I have seen nothing but a steady decline in gas prices at the pump, as evidenced this very day by the aforementioned anecdote. So what exactly is going on here?

QUESTION: Exactly what factors actually do contribute to gas price fluctuations?

I think this is a rather pertinent and meaningful question to ask, but I have not seen any substantive treatment of or reporting on this question done by the putzes in the ex-mainstream. Instead we are constantly assaulted with a stream of garbage information about Tom Cruise's new baby and Paris Hilton's brassiere color.

[RANT] I don't care what color panties some media slut wears! Do some useful reporting you degenerate, materialistic scum! I demand useful reporting on meaningful subjects that have a substantial effect on our lives! Do something useful to redeem yourselves, you ex-mainstream pukes! [/RANT]

10/5/2006 = $2.19/gallon

: Exactly what factors actually do contribute to gas price fluctuations?


(Originally Posted: 9/9/2006 @ 1:25PM)


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