Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Oil Spill's Effects on Animals in The Gulf of Mexico

Four minute video accompanied by Rap Music showing effects of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

10 Russian Unregistered Agents Arrested

I am shocked to find overt conspiracy theorists in the FBI.

According to this CBS News report Tracey and Donald Heathfield were
arrested by the FBI as part of a Russian spy network. A "Tracey and Don
Heathfield" are listed in the Cambridge phone directory at 111
Trowbridge Street. Paragraph 14 of the complaint number 2 filed by the
FBI names the couple.

According to the AP the full names they used are Donald Howard Heathfield, and Tracey Lee Ann Foley. According to an affiliate of Harvard Howard was a student at the Kennedy School of Government. What better place is there to make contact with policy makers in the USA? He is not listed in the online Harvard directory. Nor are either Tracey or Howard listed in the Cambridge City Directory.

Boston Media Chases Cambridge Spy Story

NEW YORK, June 28, 2010

FBI: 10 Russian Spies Arrested in U.S.
Suspects, Arrested in Four States, Were Highly-Trained Spies Seeking Access to "Policy-Making Circles," FBI Says
CBS News
June 28, 2010

Link to New York Times article which quotes Oleg Kalugin, former KGB Boss who lives near Washington DC. Kalugin said their goal was to divide America. Did they succeed?

In Ordinary Lives, U.S. Sees the Work of Russian Agents

Link to Cambridge Chronicle report with details of the Cambridge couple.

The Cambridge couple arrested on allegations of being Russian spies, lived at 111 Trowbridge St.

111 Trowbridge St.



By Auditi Guha and David Harris

Cambridge Chronicle
Posted Jun 28, 2010 @ 05:30 PM
Last update Jun 28, 2010 @ 10:04 PM

Link to story that Wife of couple gave donation to MA State Rep. Marty Walz.

Alleged Russian spy gave campaign $$ to Cambridge state rep.
By Staff reports
Cambridge Chronicle
Posted Jun 28, 2010 @ 06:36 PM
Last update Jun 28, 2010 @ 08:27 PM

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Cantor Tells Obama, "Not bluffing."

US Rep. Eric Cantor explains to Obama that he is not bluffing about the deficit.

Breitbart Offers $100K to Expose "Journolist"

Andrew Breitbart offers $100,000 to expose JOURNOLIST, a liberal group of 400 academics and journalists to skew media reporting.

Monday, June 28, 2010

Chinese Coin Trick

Coin trick in Chinese.

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Audio of Al Gore's Sexual Assault Accuser

Audio record from Portland Police of Al Gore's accuser in the sexual assault allegation.

As Gore Keeps Changing Stories, the Evolution Of a ‘Crazed Sex Poodle’ Denial
Posted by Mondo Frazier
Jul 2nd 2010 at 1:26 pm

AZ Gov. Brewer Shows Obama's Signs

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer shows the signs that Obama placed 80 miles from the border with Mexico.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Columbia University Senate Panel April 23 2010

Ten part panel discussion: Reflections on the Origins of the Columbia University Senate. Held at Columbia Law School on April 23, 2010. Paul J. Cronin screened A Time to Stir, a work-in-progress film about the Columbia University student protests in 1968.

Part 1: Michael Sovern, President Emeritus - 1 OF 2 parts.
Part 2: Michael Sovern, President Emeritus - 2 OF 2 parts.
Part 3: Neal Hurwitz, Columbia College Alumni.
Part 4: William Theodore De Bary, John Mitchell Mason Professor Emeritus; Provost Emeritus.
Part 5: Michael Sovern, President Emeritus; John Thoms, Professor New York Institute of Technology.
Part 6: Harold Wechsler, Professor New York University
Part 7: Mark Weiss, Editor Junction Press - 1 OF 2 parts.
Part 8: Mark Weiss, Editor Junction Press - 2 OF 2 parts.
Part 9: Ronald C. Breslow, University Professor.
Part 10: Chauncey Olinger, GSAS Alumni; Andreas Svedin, Student Senator; Neal Hurwitz, College Alumni; Ronald C. Breslow, University Professor; Walter P. Metzger, Professor Emeritus History.

In Part One Michael Sovern, President Emeritus of the University relates his experiences during the 1968 crisis, and creating the University Senate. This is part one of two parts of Sovern's comments and Part One of Ten segments of the panel discussion.

This is Part Two of two parts of Sovern's comments and Part Two of Ten segments of the panel discussion.

In Part Three of Ten Neal Hurwitz, Columbia College Alumni, describes his role during the protests of 1968.

In Part Four of Ten, Emeritus Professor of Asian Studies William Theodore De Bary relates his experiences during the protests in 1968; and his career path including Provost of the University and member of the Executive Committee of the University Senate.

In Part Five Emeritus President of Columbia Michael Sovern explains details of the creation of the University Senate. He is followed by John Thoms, Professor at New York Institute of Technology who tells how he became the focus of media attention in 1968.

In Part Six New York University Professor Harold Wechsler describes his research for the Columbia Faculty Committee and for the University Senate beginning in 1968.

This is part one of two parts of Mark Weiss' comments and Part Seven of Ten segments of the panel discussion.

This is part two of two parts of Mark Weiss' (Editor Junction Press) comments and Part Eight of Ten segments of the panel discussion.

This is Part Nine of Ten. University Professor Ronald C. Breslow tells about his experiences with the Senate and a Presidential search committee.

This is Part Ten of Ten. In this segment Chauncey Olinger makes historical comments, student senator Andreas Svedin discusses access, Columbia College Alumni Neal Hurwitz and University Professor Ronald C. Breslow discuss Herbert Deane's Strawberry Statement, and History Professor Emeritus Walter P. Metzger tells of his experiences during the student protests of 1968.

Monday, June 21, 2010

Eva Herzigova Truth

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Obama Uses Open Border for Politics

On June 18, 2010, Arizona Republican Senator Jon Kyl told the audience at a North Tempe Tea Party town hall meeting that during a private, one-on-one meeting with President Obama in the Oval Office, the President told him, regarding securing the southern border with Mexico, "The problem is, . . . if we secure the border, then you all won't have any reason to support 'comprehensive immigration reform.'" [Audible gasps were heard throughout the audience.] Sen. Kyl continued, "In other words, they're holding it hostage. They don't want to secure the border unless and until it is combined with 'comprehensive immigration reform.'"

Sen. Kyl also said he reminded President Obama that the President and the Congress has an obligation, a duty, to secure the border.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Columbia University GS Reunion 2010

The School of General Studies at Columbia University in New York held its annual reunion June 5-6, 2010. This year GS celebrated the graduating classes for years ending in 5 and 0. In this 27 minute video, scenes of the campus include an example of what Truth looks like, in case one encounters it. The reunion dinner was held at the Columbia University Faculty House on West 117th Street. The Chairman of the Reunion Committee, Adam Casdin spoke for about 15 minutes, followed by General Studies Dean Peter J. Awn who spoke for about 7 minutes.

See more photos of the 2010 reunion at this link, which includes a link to the Columbia GS Facebook page with even more photos:

Columbia University GS Reunion 2010 from Mencken on Vimeo.

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Israeli Defense of Gaza Blockade

8 Minute video showing actual events surrounding the terrorist flotilla attempt to breach the Israeli Blockade of Gaza and HAMAS.

Officer Punches Woman

Citizen captures police officer punching woman while making an arrest for jay walking in Seattle.

Monday, June 14, 2010

Sarah Palin Answers Important Questions

Sarah Palin settles largest question of the day.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Abby Sunderland Rescued

16-year-old Abby Sunderland was rescued by a French vessel after being located by a chartered Australian jet plane, on Saturday June 12, 2001. Her boat was damaged in the Indian Ocean. She was trying to sail around the world alone.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

US Rep Asks Obama Whose are you on?

US Rep Mike Pence (R-IN) asks Obama, "Whose side are you on?"

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Leftist Thug Attacks Peaceful Tea Party Protest

Obama supporter blames Bush for economic crisis and attacks peaceful Tea Party protesters.

Friday, June 4, 2010

Helen Thomas: Israelis, Go Home!

White House journalist Helen Thomas says Israeli Jews should go home.

Thursday, June 3, 2010

SC GOP Candidate Accused of Second Affair

GOP candidate with double digit lead for Governor in South Carolina accused of second affair. She denies it. Lt. Governor's campaign employee fired.

Woman Fired for Being Too Hot

Woman banker in New York fired for being too hot.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Questions About President Obama

Nine minute compilation of unsavory allegations about President Barack Obama.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Quincy Street Traffic Jam

Harvard University reunion day May 29, 2010. Buses lined up on Quincy Street when Fogg Museum construction has shut part of the street makes for slow traffic. At one point, which is what attracted my attention, there were buses all the way to Broadway, forcing MBTA bus routes # 1 and # 69 trying to turn into Quincy Street to back up in order to make the turn. In addition it was a public safety issue if there were Fire Apparatus trying to turn onto Quincy Street. The buses would delay response to an emergency.
During weekdays too the construction along Quincy Street makes the road narrow. Visitor buses to Harvard park along Quincy Street creating the same narrow passage.
On Tuesday June 1, 2010 construction crews added to the area congestion at Broadway at Prescott Street shutting westbound traffic on Broadway during the day and forcing traffic onto Prescott Street. What route MBTA buses # 69 and # 68 took to get to Quincy Street is unknown.