Monthly Archives: July 2009

Judge Rules that Airlines Cannot Question FBI in 9/11 Lawsuits

Judge: Airlines can’t question FBI in 9/11 suits
7/16/2009 by Harry R. Weber – Associated Press
A federal judge ruled airlines and other companies in the industry that are being sued by families of terrorism victims can’t question FBI agents about the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. The defendants wanted to depose the agents and sought access to other evidence related to the investigation of the attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people in order to show at trial that the government’s failure to catch the terrorists and prevent the attacks mitigates and excuses any alleged fault on the aviation companies’ part. The government objected.
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Are American Service Personnel Being Used for Medical Experiments?

After the end of World War II, the world was horrified to learn of atrocious medical experiments that were conducted by Nazi doctors on prison camp inmates. There now appears to be evidence that American service personnel are being used as guinea pigs to test vaccines. Watch this TV news report on what happened to one unfortunate U.S. Marine after receiving a flu shot.

60 Minutes Report on Swine Flu, Adverse Effects of Vaccine — From 1976

Should you take a Swine Flu vaccine? Are vaccines safe and effective?

Find out what happened when 46 million Americans took the swine flu vaccine in 1976. Watch this 60 Minutes report by Mike Wallace  before you decide.

This is a quote from the site:

“Here is the link for the soon-to-be-famous 1979 CBS 60 Minutes episode concerning the 1976 swine flu pandemic in USA and the massive vaccination that followed. Note that this episode was banned after its first showing on television. It is now being released publicly on the internet for the first time, after 20 years!!!”

The Immigration Question: Should Labor Mobility Match Capital Mobility?

The Accidental American: Immigration and Citizenship in the Age of Globalization, a new book by Rinku Sen addresses that question. Read the reviews and watch a brief video of the author here.