Friday, November 11, 2011

Ron Paul was winning CNBC's GOP debate poll, so they took it down

The mainstream media seems unwilling to accept that Ron Paul could win a poll, so they conclude that somebody is "gaming" the poll. This exact same scenario happened on a Fox News web poll after one of their debates, and Fox News didn't even explain why their poll was removed.

Source: CNBC

We had a poll up from our Republican Presidential Debate asking readers who they thought won. One candidate was leading by such a margin that it became obvious the polling wasn't so much a reading of our audience, but of the Internet prowess of this particular candidate's political organization.

This is a Suspicious News Brief. Read More at CNBC.
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EU is showing its true nature as a dictatorship

Source: Russia Today

This is a time of upheaval for the EU, with both the Greek and Italian PMs giving up their posts. The Paris Institute's John Laughland says that this undemocratic transfer of power is not going to save he euro. Laughland told RT that the people who have assumed power in Greece and are shortly to take the helm in Italy have never been elected.

“These are men who have made their entire careers through garnering important appointments in places like the European Commission or European Central Bank. They have no democratic mandate at all,” he argues. “What is so frightening about what is happening now, as the European Union and the euro enter their death agonies, is the way in which the European Union is showing its true nature as a dictatorship.”

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