fix articles 35171, national aeronautics
Reviewing F. William Engdahl's "Full Spectrum Dominance:" Part II (tags)
the threat of totalitarian democracy
The Republican Candidate (4 and 5) (tags)
If this is a subject of interest to you, in the United States today there are five Cuban prisoners, separated one from the other by thousands of miles. They have no area that can be sarcastically called the “Hanoi Hilton”. Their suffering and the injustice of which they are victims will be known the world over; don't doubt it for a minute
The Earth as a Weapon (tags)
Please past this information to all who will listen before it is too late.
NASA Nazis Awarded Sancuary in America (tags)
Let’s look at the history of the NASA agency.
Not construction, not instruction, DESTRUCTION.
2005 Warmest Year in Over a Century (tags)
The year 2005 was the warmest year in over a century, according to NASA scientists studying temperature data from around the world.
3 Symptoms if directed energy attax (tags)
BUILDING A SECRET AIR FORCE : The CIA's Role in the Study of UFOs (tags)
A Mom's FYI: Reality Bites (tags)
WAKE UP CALIFORNIA -- YOU ARE GOING IN THE SEA!!! (tags)
bUSH HAS TECTONIC AND OTHER ENMOD WEAPONS IN PLACE AND YOU ARE LIVING IN A ZONE THAT MAKES YOU A PRIME TARGET OF THIS FOREIGN GOVT WHICH HAS TAKEN OVER AND CAN KILL KILL KILL AS LONG AS THEY DO NOT GET CAUGHT...
White House-linked clandestine operation paid for "vote switching" software (tags)
From Online Journal: http://wwwurnal.com/Special_Reports/120604Madsen/120604madsen.html
Chemtrail crisis: an overview and update (tags)
From the April 2001 Idaho Observer:
The Danger of Space Junk (tags)
by steve olson few are considering the environmental hazards that space travel has begun to create in the biggest ocean of all
Going Backwards Defense Execs Get Top Pentagon Posts (tags)
While Rumsfeld's aides defended the selections, some Pentagon officials bridled because of their daily battles with poor contractor performance and cost overruns. "They are bringing in the sharks," said Chuck Spinney, an Air Force system analyst. But Spinney conceded that Rumsfeld was caught in the predictable bind of finding experts for a new administration.