Once a serious investigator, Fox’s Bill O’Reilly proved CIA conspiracy to discredit New Orleans DA Jim Garrison.
Muslim Brotherhood associate Prince Alwaleed heavily invested in Twitter, which changed policies afterward.
Fox’s Glenn Beck called for shooting Democrats in the head. Beck and his ilk bear responsibility for the shooting of Representatives Giffords in Arizona and other, similar attacks.
Comment: The business deals between Prince Alwaleed and News Corp continue to proliferate. Gruppenfuhrer Murdoch has bought a significant stake in Saudi media group Rotana, controlled by Muslim Brotherhood fellow traveler Prince Alwaleed. (Alwaleed does fund raisers for the Brotherhood’s Palestinian branch, Hamas, and has contributed money to the Council on American-Islamic Relations [CAIR], which [...]
Joe Trento, author of “Prelude to Terror” weighs in on Saudi Prince Alwaleed’s sway over Gruppenfuhrer Murdoch’s journalistic empire.
Multiple and escalating crises with which the incoming U.S. President must deal.
Following suicide of Dr. Bruce Ivins, 2001 anthrax attacks return to journalistic center stage.
Cindy Sheehan characterizes Muslim Brotherhood as force for democracy; MSM drops the “Von” from ricin suspect Roger (Von) Burgendorff; Dalai Lama link to SS; 2001 anthrax attacks; Las Vegas links to anthrax investigation.
Recorded November 4, 2007 MP3: Side 1 | Side 2 REALAUDIO Introducing or updating a number of topics, the program begins with two stories documenting the upsurge in anti-Semitism around the world. After highlighting a Turkish best seller that attributes the rise of global Islamism to—you guessed it—the Jews, the broadcast sets forth a recent [...]
Recorded October 3, 2004REALAUDIONB: This stream contains both FTR #s 479 and 480 in sequence. Each is a 30 minute broadcast.Revisiting a subject well known to veteran listeners, this program examines more research into the Bush family’s links to Nazi industry. In particular, recent disclosures have led to a lawsuit by two Auschwitz survivors against [...]