While the world withers Dubai Â continues its opulence. Indoor ski slopes Â and other excesses are talked about in this Â little talk show. We have heard that since the crash here in the states, that over 3,000 cars have been abandoned in and around the airport. Haliburton executives coming home? Arab countries are not always easy for infiidels.
Jordan States the truth, What we are to the Government - Slaves, For a corrupt banking system, OUR CEO HAS SOLD US OUT as did the last 30 years of them, You really think the new "Team" Obama and McCain are any better? What a joke..
Wake up world we are in End times...Look to people like Jordan Maxwell and William Cooper - RIP for answers.
Author and journalist Thomas Friedman comments on the enormous depth of the financial crisis. "You put that much leverage, on that much globalization and wrap it in that much complexity and start it in America, and I tell you...Grandma never saw this before," says Friedman.
When Thomas Friedman was at Book Passage last fall to talk about Hot, Flat and Crowded, he agreed to return in the spring to discuss how environmental issues were being dealt with in the new administration.
He contends that the green revolution will be the biggest innovation project in American history. Friedman is a Pulitzer Prize-winning writer for the N.Y. Times and the author of The World is Flat. - Book Passage Bookstore
Thomas L. Friedman, a columnist for The New York Times, is a three-time Pulitzer Prize winner and a member of the Pulitzer Prize Board. Friedman was bureau chief for The Times in Beirut and Jerusalem before writing, From Beirut to Jerusalem, which won the National Book Award for non-fiction. His book, The Lexus and the Olive Tree won the 2000 Overseas Press Club award for best nonfiction book on foreign policy. His latest work, The World is Flat: A Brief History of the 21st Century, won the inaugural Goldman Sachs/Financial Times Business Book of the Year award. He has a B.A. in Mediterranean studies from Brandeis University and a Master of Philosophy degree in Modern Middle East studies from Oxford.
Thirty years after the movie thriller "The Spy Who Loved Me" hit the silver screen, 'sQuba' is the first car that can actually fly under water. The Rinspeed sQuba will have it's world debut at the 2008 Geneva Motor Show.
Reliable cars from Buick and Jag? An assassination attempt on the Spyker head, It's not a flying car, its a plane that drives, Roush does it again with a supercharged beast and is there a new MR2 in the pipelines?
Peter Schiff was calling out the reality in the face of the fantasy that the experts were living an illusion.
MSNBC reports on how wonderful the new RFID chip will be to it's customers.
Can you be more happy about anything in your whole life. RFID hell. Welcome to the Â Machine. How does this affect security thhat everyone was so worried anout? No one asks if you packed your own bag? You cann plannt a boomb and walk away and someone brings in onboard for you...beautiful! I Lovve It!!!
In this very recent interview with Bloomberg Jim Rogers says Asia is the future, the dollar is a terribly flawed currency and he doesn't want to own any, oil will certainly pass $200/barrel soon, and the (privately owned) Federal Reserve will disappear within the next decade. illuminati.
In this very recent interview with Bloomberg Jim Rogers says Asia is the future, the dollar is a terribly flawed currency and he doesn't want to own any, oil will certainly pass $200/barrel soon, and the (privately owned) Federal Reserve will disappear within the next decade.