Sunday, February 5, 2012

Teaching and Learning........ SPOiLER

Never Let Go Bryan Adams (is that Janet Napalotano near the end?)

Two presidents defending their wars GW Bush and LBJ

I Won't Back Down (Tom Petty) (I watched an interview w/George Clooney the other night and he said he was a failure in his quest to stop genocide in Darfur........ I bet that means he's back on track with his knowledge of US and how we ain't ever gonna back down till we fix the world, ey?)

John McCain says it would be fine with him if we are in Iraq for 100 years. (jeez)

SPOiLER (see how the word OiL pops right out at you in SPOiLER? one more way 'they' use propaganda) (I haven't read so much on LBJ as in this one sitting and even now couldn't quite pull off the whole thing but enuff to convince me he was a real SOB and definitely involved in JFK's assassination.)
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Antal E. Fekete, Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, is a proponent of the gold standard and critic of the current monetary system.


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Fekete's Austrian School of Economics, Budapest, Hungary

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