Friday, June 10, 2011

Voice of Russia offers new take on news

Voice of Russia offers new take on news



There is a new alternative to the Mainstream Media in America now, and its name is Voice of Russia. This new radio station broadcasts out of Washington DC and reports on both international and US news. What makes it different than the MSM, it says, is that it tries to tackle what the mainstream doesn't. According to Voice of Russia, the more voices -- the better.


War on RT rages on

War on RT rages on


As the Mainstream Media continues to fire at RT, anchor Lauren Lyster responds to criticism that the station is "anti-American." Is RT questioning the country or just questioning more than the MSM?


Panetta just another Gates?

Panetta just another Gates?



As CIA Director Leon Panetta transitions to secretary of defense, what changes can Americans expect out of the Department of Defense? Former CIA Analyst Ray McGovern discusses what Panetta can bring on board as he shuffles to the DoD. Many say Panetta supports spending cuts, but McGovern says that, in terms of both defense spending and US wars, Panetta won't stray at all from what Robert Gates did as secretary.



Time to take a chainsaw to spending

Time to take a chainsaw to spending

America is the largest debtor nation in the history of the world. As the country goes deeper into the hole, how worried should we be? Congressmen shouldn't be worried about our credit rating, says Quantum Fund's Jim Rogers. America is already bankrupt, he says, and the only solution is to cut spending dramatically by "taking a chainsaw" to the budget. Unless something is done quickly, says Rogers, a disaster is imminent.


Bildeberg bans media

Bildeberg bans media



Heads of state, CEOs and NATO officials are gathering at the top secret Bilderberg conference this week in St. Moritz, Switzerland. Are the global elite meeting to carve up the world or is this just simply a talk shop? With these meetings perhaps shaping the future of the globe, why is the media not being allowed to listen in? Andrew Gavin Marshall of the Centre for Research on Globalization says that despite democratic-elected leaders from democratic countries conversing, these closed-door conversations are far from democratic.


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