from cryptogon.com: Via: Global Post: On July 1, 2001, Portugal decriminalized every imaginable drug, from marijuana, to cocaine, to heroin. Some thought Lisbon would become a drug tourist haven, others predicted usage rates among youths
from food freedom: In the European Union, only eight countries (out of 27) commercially grow GMOs. Cultivations, however, decreased steadily since 2009, except in Spain and Portugal this year, where there is a slight increase.
from washington post: A New York criminal court judge denied bail to Dominique Strauss-Kahn, head of the International Monetary Fund, after he was charged with attempting to rape a housekeeper at a hotel in Midtown
video: obama supplying heavy weapons to libyan insurgents* why is the federal reserve propping up the bank of libya?* over 100 killed in quran burning protests in afghanistan* video: koran burning prompts ‘days of rage’*
video: crash jpmorgan buy silver from washington’s blog: Leading economists and financial experts say that our economy cannot recover until the too big to fails are broken up. See this and this. The giant banks
chris ware’s rejected fortune cover paints honest, dismal picture of american capitalism from huffpo: When Fortune magazine asked comic book artist and Oak Park resident Chris Ware to design the cover of their “Fortune 500”