Archive for June, 2011
Iceland is free. And it will remain so, so long as her people wish to remain autonomous of the foreign domination of her would-be masters — in this case, international bankers.
The Dutch lower house of parliament has passed a law effectively banning the ritual slaughter of animals, in a move condemned by Muslim and Jewish groups.
Despite the introduction of a power-sharing government two years ago, state-backed farm seizures have continued.
TSA employees are reporting “cancer clusters” among their own employees who work near radiation body scanners
A Viking Slave’s Saga is a trilogy of novels by the famous Swedish author Jan Fridegård: Land of Wooden Gods (Trägudars land, 1940), People of the Dawn (Gryningsfolket, 1944), and Sacrificial Smoke (Offerrök, 1949).
Is there room at the pop culture inn for Vikings? MGM sure hopes so. The formerly financially distressed studio has green lit an Irish-Canadian co-production of Vikings, a 10-episode drama series.
A woman has filed a complaint with federal authorities over how her elderly mother was treated at Northwest Florida Regional Airport last weekend.
Is our lack of motion killing us?
Bayeux will turn its 25th annual Medieval Fair, held July 1-3, into a celebration of all things Norman.
Construction workers building Ireland’s largest energy project have discovered ancient skeletal remains on farmland in Rush, north county Dublin.
How much less fuel does your car burn? How much have you reduced your carbon footprint this year? And a plethora of other questions, pushes and initiatives to make our life ‘greener’ and more environmentally friendly.
Much of this is easily exposed for the untruth that it is if you think about the situation
Energy-saving light bulbs are so dangerous that everyone must leave the room for at least 15 minutes if one falls to the floor and breaks, a Government department warned yesterday.