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"But a Constitution of Government once changed from Freedom, can never be restored. Liberty, once lost, is lost forever." - John Adams

Monday, May 31, 2010

IAEA: Iran has over 2 tons enriched uranium -2 bombs' worth

IAEA: Iran has over 2 tons enriched uranium -2 bombs' worth
So why is this on page 6?

Happy Memorial Day

"Our own Country's Honor, all call upon us for a vigorous and manly exertion, and if we now shamefully fail, we shall become infamous to the whole world. Let us therefore rely upon the goodness of the Cause, and the aid of the supreme Being, in whose hands Victory is, to animate and encourage us to great and noble Actions - The Eyes of all our Countrymen are now upon us, and we shall have their blessings, and praises, if happily we are the instruments of saving them from the Tyranny mediated against them. Let us therefore animate and encourage each other, and shew the whole world, that a Freeman contending for Liberty on his own ground is superior to any slavish mercenary on earth." --George Washington, General Orders, 1776

Sunday, May 30, 2010

Bill Maher Is A Racist. Where is the outrage?

Why is it that Bill Maher can make statements like this (click here) and no one cares? Why isn't the left all up in arms about this? Where is Sharpton, Jackson, Maddow, Matthews, Olberman and Cooper on this?

Saturday, May 29, 2010

Woman who said NJ should pay her $83K actually makes over $86K



So as it turns out, Rita O'Neil-Wilson makes over $86,000 per year. She doesn't even know how much money she makes. Are we sure we want this caliber of person teaching our kids?

Friday, May 28, 2010

French Strikes Are Already Breaking Out, And Austerity Has Barely Been Mentioned Yet

French Strikes Are Already Breaking Out, And Austerity Has Barely Been Mentioned Yet
Heaven forbid anyone would even mention raising the retirement age above 60 to save some money.

Bloggers Beware- by Rep. Tom Price (R-GA)


Just when you thought it was safe to start expressing your right to free speech, Democrats in Congress are gearing up for a vote on a new piece of legislation to blatantly undermine the First Amendment. Known as the DISCLOSE Act (HR 5175), this bill – written by the head of the Democrats’ congressional campaign committee – is their response to the recent Supreme Court ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. In short, the Supreme Court found that the government could not restrict the free speech rights of individuals or other entities wishing to participate in the political dialogue.
It is hard to see how establishing a level playing field for free speech – as our Founding Fathers did by making it a right under the Constitution and which the Supreme Court upheld – is a threat to our democracy. Nevertheless, the White House and their allies on Capitol Hill see honest criticism as a threat to forcing their big government, liberal agenda through Congress. So, there is no time like the present – namely five months before an election – to start putting the muzzle on those individuals and organizations not sticking to the Democrats’ talking points.
Under the DISCLOSE Act, certain incorporated entities would be restricted in how they can exercise their free speech rights. There is an exemption for some in the media sphere like newspapers, TV news, and the like. However, there is one driving force in today’s public debate that is NOT exempt. Bloggers will not have the same exemption provided to other media sources. Never mind that the Supreme Court’s opinion in the Citizens United case stated, “Differential treatment of media corporations and other corporations cannot be squared with the First Amendment.”
For many bloggers to exercise their free speech rights, they would have to jump through the same onerous new hoops as many businesses, nonprofit groups, and even such threats to democracy as your local chamber of commerce. If this sounds like an absurd overreach by one party in power, I invite you to take a look at their government takeover of health care, taxpayer-funded bailouts, and general hostility to private sector economic growth.
The Obama Administration and Congressional Democrats have not racked up a stellar record of transparency and openness. For a White House that touted its willingness to engage critics openly in hopes of staving off greater partisan rancor, Obama’s team has endorsed backroom deal-making, special giveaways to garner support for their agenda, and a closed-door decision-making process that has the American people more fed up with Washington. Now, under their brand of leadership, they stand ready to stifle free speech via legislative fiat.
Democrats should not be allowed to give themselves carte blanche to shut down the ability of those in the blogosphere or elsewhere to participate in our nation’s collective dialogue. That flies in the face of our most sacred rights as American citizens.

Child Star Gary Coleman Dead At 42

What you talkin about Willis?
Gary Coleman died today after suffering a brain hemorrhage, reportedly caused by a fall in his home.
So long Gary, we hardly knew ya.

Alaska has joined 7 other states in collectively thumbing their noses at the Federals

Alaska has become the eighth state to declare that firearms made, sold and owned in the state are beyond the reach of the federal bureaucrats along the Potomac, with Gov. Sean Parnell's signature on the plan today.

Dollar Primed for Collapse by End June | Before It's News

Dollar Primed for Collapse by End June Before It's News
Just not a good sign.

What's going on with the money supply?

Being an inveterate conspiracy theorist who is absolutely convinced that the government is full of morons, lunatics and traitors, not to mention legions of hired goons with badges, and who have, I maintain, been hovering above my house in an invisible helicopter to shoot thought-control rays into my brain all the time (zzzt!) so that now all I can hear is voices in my head urging me to “Burn! Burn everything!”

Turbo Tax Timmy doing his best Princess Leah


Obama dodges, but Sestak questions won't go away | Washington Examiner

Obama dodges, but Sestak questions won't go away Washington Examiner
Keep the pressure on. Make the White House answer the question. As much as I hate to admit it, Karl Rove is right: either Sestak is lying, in which case we know he is not trust worthy and should therefore not be elected to the Senate or someone in the White House has committed a FELONY and it's being covered up.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Is Europe heading for a meltdown? - Telegraph

Is Europe heading for a meltdown? - Telegraph
The impending collapse of the Euro will make the 2008 sub prime market collapse look like a hiccup.

Is the U.S. Government Planning War to Quell the Tide of Economic Unrest? by Gary D. Barnett

Is the U.S. Government Planning War to Quell the Tide of Economic Unrest? by Gary D. Barnett
Our economy, as is the case for much of the rest of the world’s economies, is currently imploding. Since all major economies in the world are based on valueless, un-backed, and worthless money, this situation should have been evident to the mainstream long ago. Of course the failing economy is just one piece of the puzzle, but it is most definitely the most important piece. With a so-called vibrant economy over the past decade or so, even though it was based on lies and deceit, and was a complete sham, the general population was easy to control during these so-called “prosperous” times. With the real economy now being exposed for the fraud that it is, and the real risks becoming more evident, the once complacent citizen is now becoming angry. Because of this, the evil U.S. federal government must find a new method of fooling the masses into believing in “their” government and country. War is the obvious answer, as war solidifies the putrid and false nationalistic worship of the peasants more than any other ploy.

Crash is dead ahead. Sell. Get liquid. Now Paul B. Farrell - MarketWatch

Crash is dead ahead. Sell. Get liquid. Now Paul B. Farrell - MarketWatch
The clock's flashing. Huge point spread. Think bear, think crash, think end of capitalism, think Great Depression II ... This is no buying opportunity, this game's in the refrigerator, call it

Dollar supply drops to lowest point since 1930's

More spending like a drunken sailor on Obama's horizon. It seems that since the first round of stimulus spending has been an utter and complete failure, the only way to get out of this mess is to do it again. The Keynesian model of spending money to stimulate growth only works if the money you are spending is from savings, not loans. The current idea in the Obama administration is to spend even more borrowed money to stimulate the economy. The IMF has warned the USA that our debt to GDP ratio will rise from the current 90% to 97% by next year and then to well over 100% by 2015.
This is madness. It must stop and it must stop now.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

The Case for Gold Book Review | Silver Monthly - The Silver Investor's Resource

The Case for Gold Book Review Silver Monthly - The Silver Investor's Resource

Leaving America by Aurelia Masterson

Leaving America by Aurelia Masterson
Tips on bugging out, if that's your thing. Personally, I have no intention of making myself a voluntary refugee. Masterson says there are no Patrick Henrys left in America, I beg to differ. They are here, they are awake and they are really pissed off.

Hey Calderon! Piss off.

"Felipe Calderon received liberal plaudits for falsely claiming Arizona's new immigration law uses racial profiling, but that wasn't the only baloney the Mexican president peddled during his state visit. Over four minutes of his Thursday address to Congress was spent lecturing Americans to renew the federal Assault Weapons Ban that sunset in September 2004. His justifications for the ban were all garbage. Mr. Calderon claimed that guns covered by the federal ban were particularly 'powerful weapons.' While the term 'assault weapons' may conjure up visions of military hardware, the inside guts of these feared guns are essentially the same as deer hunting rifles. The firing mechanisms in semiautomatics and machine guns are completely different. ... 'If you look carefully, you will notice that the violence in Mexico started to grow a couple of years before I took office in 2006,' Mr. Calderon said. 'This coincides, at least, with the lifting of the [U.S.] assault weapons ban in 2004.' ... Mr. Calderon's claim that 80 percent of guns used in Mexican crimes come from the United States is completely false. Most weapons seized in Mexico have traceable serial numbers that show they come from countries other than the United States. The 80 percent number reflects how many guns sent to the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives for tracing end up being from America. Most weapons seized in Mexico aren't transferred to U.S. authorities, so that figure is meaningless for calculating overall totals. It is offensive for Mr. Calderon to come here as our guest and make up facts to blame America for Mexico's many problems. But it was more frightening to witness Democratic House and Senate members jump up and give a standing ovation when the foreigner called for renewing the Assault Weapons Ban. That's a warning all American gun owners should heed." --The Washington Times

Chairman Zero Going Nanners? What do you think?

Posted by Gregory of Yardale at May 25, 2010 5:20 PM
Some of the commenters at Gateway Pundit are speculating that the reason Chairman Zero hasn't given a Press Conference in almost a year is because his handlers are afraid he's on the verge of a breakdown, and a meltdown in front of the press would be bad for business the Revolution.
Apparently, Chairman Zero has been very bitchy lately toward Republicans, toward his staff, and even toward his worshipful, fawning minions in the press.
Chairman Zero has been utterly in over his head. At first, I wasn't going to give him grief over the oil spill, but when I found out that he dithered over letting the state of Louisiana build sand berms to protect the shoreline, I decided to file it under "Obama's Incompetence," a file that's rapidly getting thicker than Keith Olbermann's psych profile. His incompetence has already led to multi-trillion dollar deficits, an utterly ineffectual response to the Euro Crisis, an overt hostility to border control, and utter failure to halt the Iranian nuclear program. Also, he can't close Gitmo, he can't shut down talk radio, and the stock market -- which many Obama fanboys had been pointing to as his success story -- has started going south.
This has got to be tough on a guy who has glided through life without ever facing any significant challenges or opposition.
Is he in over his head and starting to crack? What do you think?

State Rep. in accident with suspected illegal immigrant

State Rep. in accident with suspected illegal immigrant
Massachusetts, the "sanctuary state" that it is, now caught up in a bit of irony. It seems a state representative was involved in a serious car accident with a very intoxicated "suspected" illegal alien. The Latino man blew a .25 on the blood alcohol meter (nearly dead for normal people) and when he was informed that he was in serious trouble, he laughed at the state police. You see, in Massachusetts, your immigration status cannot be checked by state law enforcement. The drunk driver knows that he's safe and won't be deported.
Now this law maker in Massachusetts can have a little taste of what the rest of us are complaining about.

This should come as no surprise

Moody’s Reiterates U.S. Spending Risks Credit Rating (Update1) - Bloomberg.com: "May 25 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. government’s Aaa bond rating will come under pressure in the future unless additional measures are taken to reduce projected record budget deficits, according to Moody’s Investors Service Inc.
The U.S. retains its top rating for now because of a “high degree of economic and institutional strength,” the New York- based ratings company said in a statement today that was little changed from a credit opinion released in February. The outlook is stable, the statement said.
The government’s finances have been “substantially worsened by the credit crisis, recession, and government spending to address these shocks,” Moody’s analysts lead by Steven A. Hess wrote. “The ratios of general government debt to GDP and to revenue are deteriorating sharply, and after the crisis they are likely to be higher than the ratios of other Aaa-rated countries.”
Debt to revenue has more than doubled over the past three years and is now over 400 percent, which could lead to “potential stress” on finances, the report said."

U.S. National Debt Clock : Real Time

U.S. National Debt Clock : Real Time

As of today the National Debt is up to $13Trillion. That's $42,025 per citizen, but since less than half pay taxes, that's $117,980 per taxpayer.
Debt to GDP ratio is now at 90.34%.
It is now time to fire every one of those buffoons in Congress. Hell, we may even want to string a few up. What would happen to someone who came into your home and took $117,980 by force, under threat of death or imprisonment? That person would be arrested and thrown into the deepest darkest cell in the prison. They might even let you share a cell with Bernie Madoff.
This is what your government has done to you. It's time to be angry. It's time to put an end to the insanity.

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

IG report: Meth, porn use by drilling agency staff - Yahoo! News

IG report: Meth, porn use by drilling agency staff - Yahoo! News
I sure hope, for the sake of our health care system , that this isn't indicative of regular behavior in the government.

FOXNews.com - Senate Takes Up 'Emergency' War Bill Despite Obama Pledge to End Practice

FOXNews.com - Senate Takes Up 'Emergency' War Bill Despite Obama Pledge to End Practice
Yet another broken Obama promise. So, you guys on the left, are you still blindly following and drinking the koolaid?

Looking worse for Obama every day.


Arizona: Doing the job the Feds won't do.


The Census Takers: A Government Against the People by John W. Whitehead

The Census Takers: A Government Against the People by John W. Whitehead
If political commentators really want to know what's fueling the anti-incumbency mood in the country right now, they have to look no further than the 2010 Census, the latest in the government's long train of abuses and usurpations against the American people. This isn't a government by the people, for the people and of the people – it's a government that is poorly run, criminally wasteful and which doesn't give a damn about the people. In other words, it's a government against the people.

U.S. Is Said to Expand Secret Military Acts in Mideast Region - NYTimes.com

U.S. Is Said to Expand Secret Military Acts in Mideast Region - NYTimes.com
Really nothing new for the NYT to publish State Secrets. And they accuse conservatives of sedition?

Private pay shrinks to historic lows - USATODAY.com

Private pay shrinks to historic lows - USATODAY.com
Economist David Henderson of the conservative Hoover Institution says a shift from private wages to government benefits saps the economy of dynamism. "People are paid for being rather than for producing," he says.

Gold Rising as Euro Weakens Spurs More Speculation (Update3) - Bloomberg.com

Gold Rising as Euro Weakens Spurs More Speculation (Update3) - Bloomberg.com

Monday, May 24, 2010

Daily Presidential Tracking Poll - Rasmussen Reports™

Daily Presidential Tracking Poll - Rasmussen Reports™

Obama approval drops to 44%- I think they are all in Athens, GA.

The Keynesian Race to Bankruptcy by Gary North

The Keynesian Race to Bankruptcy by Gary North
Once again Gary North nails it. The Blazing Saddles reference is priceless.

FOXBusiness.com - The Next Bailout: $165B for Unions

FOXBusiness.com - The Next Bailout: $165B for Unions
Last week President Obama said there would be no more bailouts. Of course, he didn't mean no bailouts for the unions that put him into office.

» Faber: Nations Will Print Money, Go Bust, Go to War…We Are Doomed - Big Government

» Faber: Nations Will Print Money, Go Bust, Go to War…We Are Doomed - Big Government

Today the leading Austrian economic think tank, the Ludwig von Mises Institute held a conference at the University Club in Manhattan in which Marc Faber, famed contrarian investor and publisher of the “Gloom, Boom and Doom Report” gave his perspective on the financial crisis and his outlook for the future.
Below are his main points and entertaining quotes:
Central banks will never tighten monetary policy again, merely print, print, print
Bubbles used to be concentrated in 1 sector or region in the 19th century, but off of the gold standard this concentration has ended
“The lifetime achievement of Greenspan and Bernanke is really that they created a bubble in everything…everywhere.”
“Central banks love to see asset prices go up,” and their policy reflects their desperation to perpetuate this
US housing bubble that Greenspan could not spot (even though he has recently spotted bubbles in Asia) stands in stark contrast to that of Hong Kong in 1997, where prices fell by 70%, yet none of the major developers went bankrupt; this was a result of a system not built on excessive debt like that of the US
“You have to ask what they were smoking at the Federal Reserve,” during the housing bubble, as prices were increasing by 18% annually when interest rates started to steadily rise in 2004
Over the last couple of years, when the gross increase in public debt has exceeded the gross decrease in private debt, markets have risen, whereas when private debt growth has outpaced public debt growth, markets have tanked

Follow the link at the top to read more.

Health Care Law - Rasmussen Reports™

Health Care Law - Rasmussen Reports™

We are gaining steam. A full 62% of Americans support repealing the Health Care Act. Only 32% oppose repeal. So, what do we think will happen? I'm betting nothing at all.

American Thinker: Is This Just a Nightmare, or Did It Really Happen?

American Thinker: Is This Just a Nightmare, or Did It Really Happen?
Again, I am just appalled at the president and the Democrats in Congress. They should all be charged with Treason, or at the very least dereliction of duty.

U.S. military told to get ready in Korea standoff - North Korea- msnbc.com

U.S. military told to get ready in Korea standoff - North Korea- msnbc.com
I don't think we can get involved in anything else right now. The South Koreans might have to figure out how to do this themselves.

One false move in Europe could set off global chain reaction

One false move in Europe could set off global chain reaction

I don't think there is any "if" to this. There is no way that the level of debt can be sustained. We are in for a major problem.

Capitalism Magazine - No Friend of Freedom: Obama’s Supreme Court Nominee, Elena Kagan

Capitalism Magazine - No Friend of Freedom: Obama’s Supreme Court Nominee, Elena Kagan

Friday, May 21, 2010

» SEIU Storms Private Residence, Terrorizes Teenage Son of Bank of America Exec - Big Government#more-122562#more-122562

» SEIU Storms Private Residence, Terrorizes Teenage Son of Bank of America Exec - Big Government#more-122562#more-122562
Just a few words-12 gauge shotgun.

Woman shot, killed in Yuba City home for not answering Census

Woman shot, killed in Yuba City home family, city, wo - Breaking News - Appeal-Democrat
A 67 year old woman was shot and killed by police. A census worker was at the home, on private property, and the woman brandished a gun to protect her home and property. She refused to answer questions on the Census and ended up dead.

Rand Paul Fires Back at Critics of Civil Rights Act Comments - ABC News

Rand Paul Fires Back at Critics of Civil Rights Act Comments - ABC News
Rand's position is only in support of private property rights. The Government shouldn't have the right to infringe on the rights of private individuals engaged in private business. That's all. It's a very Libertarian point of view, people should have the liberty to do as they see fit and the Federal Government should stay out of it.

Closing Time.


Whatever Germany does, the euro as we know it is dead - Telegraph

Whatever Germany does, the euro as we know it is dead - Telegraph

Huge Mob of SEIU Goons Attacks Banker’s Home - Right Wing News (Conservative News and Views)

Huge Mob of SEIU Goons Attacks Banker’s Home - Right Wing News (Conservative News and Views)

So the police did nothing. What ever happened to the Rule Of Law? I suppose it's the same as the squatters taking over private property in San Francisco.
This was a mob, trespassing on private property and the police did nothing. A few well placed rounds from a 12 gauge shot gun or AR-15 would have sent them back onto their busses.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

The Federal Reserve, The IRS and Communism

Calderon and all of his American Democrat supporters can just kiss my ass.

MEXICO VS. UNITED STATES: MEXICAN IMMIGRATION LAWS ARE TOUGHER « FactReal - be sure to click on the link to see Mexico's Law-hat tip to Jeff Doke

Calderon and all of his American Democrat supporters can just kiss my ass. I am embarrassed that he was not only allowed to make his anti-Arizona remarks, but also cheered on by the Democrats in Congress and the President of the United States. Obviously, he's a lot like our current bunch of idiots who criticize and misrepresent laws they haven't read, since it appears that he's never read the immigration laws of his own country. He has the gall to tell Arizona that the law is bad. Well, of course it is for him and Mexico since Billions of US Dollars flow from the USA through the illegal immigrants to the Mexican economy every year. Why else is there a Mexican equivalent of Western Union on every street corner in cities with high numbers of illegals?
I am embarrassed by our president and his flagrant disregard for the laws of the United States of America, The Constitution of These United States and the Sovereignty of the State of Arizona. This is supposed to be a country of laws; laws that apply to all, equally, not a country of whimsy. This president and his constant stream of apologies to dictators and tyrants is an embarrassment to the American People. He needs to "grow a pair" and stand up for the men and women of this country, put America and her interests above everything, including his own interests. He better do it soon, because we, as a people are growing weary of tyranny.

Lenders Agree to Prop Up Ailing ShoreBank - FOXBusiness.com

Lenders Agree to Prop Up Ailing ShoreBank - FOXBusiness.com
And no one is talking about it. Amazing. The koolaid drinkers have all of the information in front of them, and yet they refuse to see it. The emperor does in fact have new clothes and the Dems think they look swell.

FOXNews.com - Oklahoma Attorney General Nominee Vows to Sue U.S. Over Illegal Immigration

FOXNews.com - Oklahoma Attorney General Nominee Vows to Sue U.S. Over Illegal Immigration
Cool. Hold the bastards accountable.

TD Ameritrade clients unable to log in, trade - Yahoo! News

TD Ameritrade clients unable to log in, trade - Yahoo! News
They have your money and won't let you have access to it? Who's running the show?

The Mystery of Barack Obama Continues | Western Journalism.com

The Mystery of Barack Obama Continues Western Journalism.com
Just putting it out there for you to read and make your own conclusions.

Economic Collapse – Martial Law – 24 Experts Warn of 2010 Meltdown

Predictions from 25 economists for the rest of 2010. It's not good news. As a matter of fact it's pretty crappy news.

Gulf oil spill: Kevin Costner donates 'Ocean Therapy' invention to clean oil from sea; BP OK's tests

Gulf oil spill: Kevin Costner donates 'Ocean Therapy' invention to clean oil from sea; BP OK's tests
My hat is off to Kevin Costner. He is one Hollywood type that has put his money where his mouth is. After investing $24 Million of his own money, he and a business partner have come up with a device that can seperate oil from sea water at a rate of 2000 gallons per minute and return the clean water to the sea. Good for him! I think BP would be smart to invest in several of these machines and put them out to sea.
Here is a great example of the free market solving a problem.

Mexican President not too happy about AZ Law.

Mexican President Bashes Arizona ID Law From White House Lawn (Video)
Posted by Jim Hoft on Wednesday, May 19, 2010, 11:55 AM
Classy.Do you suppose he even read the bill?… Doubtful.
Instead of apologizing for the killers crossing our southern border and murdering US citizens, Mexican President Felipe Calderon bashed American law while visiting the White House.Via BreitbartTV:
Of course, Barack Obama said nothing in America’s defense.

CARTOONS TO DIE FOR – Everybody Draw Mohammed Day • Looking at the Left

CARTOONS TO DIE FOR – Everybody Draw Mohammed Day • Looking at the Left

It's Everybody Draw Mohammed Day!


Landis Admits Performance Enhancing Drug Use - WSJ.com

Lance Armstrong Accused by Floyd Landis of Doping; Landis Admits Use - WSJ.com

So disappointed in Landis.

Sell Everything, You Won't Recognize America By The End Of The Year

Do your friends a favor. Tell them to "batten down the hatches" because there's a HARD RAIN coming. Tell them to get out of debt and sell anything they can sell (and don't need) in order to get liquid. Tell them that Richard Russell says that by the end of this year they won't recognize the country. They'll retort, "How the dickens does Russell know -- who told him?" Tell them the stock market told him.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Learning How To Disappear

Learning How To Disappear

Have you ever wanted to just vanish? Here's some tips.

Calling all Journalists, Obama's multiple social security numbers, Obama's mama's mama had access to dead people's social security numbers.

Calling all Journalists, Obama's multiple social security numbers, Obama's mama's mama had access to dead people's social security numbers.

Hyperinflation is coming

National Inflation Association
Numbers released in April show the highest inflation rate for food in almost 3 decades.

I bet he's also an SEIU member

NJ woman recognized a census worker from the state's Sex Offender Registry. Reason 1001 why I don't open my door to anyone I don't know, without being fully prepared with my rights guaranteed by the 2nd Amendment, if you get my drift.
This guy, working for the Census Bureau under an assumed name, is a registered sex offender and going door to door. I have total faith in the government, don't you? I wonder who they'll hire to administer health care?

Coleman bans city-funded travel to Arizona | The Columbus Dispatch

Coleman bans city-funded travel to Arizona The Columbus Dispatch
Just how much city funded travel does Columbus, Ohio have to Arizona? I think this Coleman fellow is a moron. Just read the comments from Ohio voters at the end of the story. That should be a bit of a wake up.

Forget Sarah Palin: It's Rand Paul's Moment and Ron Paul's Opportunity by Brent Budowsky

Forget Sarah Palin: It's Rand Paul's Moment and Ron Paul's Opportunity by Brent Budowsky

Obama needs to know citizenship of Michigan HS seniors

Aparently, it's wrong for Arizona to ask for proof of citizenship of people in the state, but it's ok for the Secret Service to ask for Kalamazoo, MI high school seniors to provide birth dates, social security numbers and proof of citizenship.
I think this may be the Secret Service's way of saying they agree with the new Arizona Law.

RealClearPolitics - "Enough Money"

RealClearPolitics - "Enough Money"

The fight over Arizona's illegal immigrant law escalates to the power grid | Top of the Ticket | Los Angeles Times

The fight over Arizona's illegal immigrant law escalates to the power grid Top of the Ticket Los Angeles Times
LA- Be careful what you ask for, you might just get it. It seems that L.A. gets about 25% of it's electrical power from generating plants in Arizona. Looks like it might be hot and dark in L.A. this summer!

» Specter Loses Democratic Primary, Lincoln Forced Into Runoff - Big Government

» Specter Loses Democratic Primary, Lincoln Forced Into Runoff - Big Government
I wonder if he'll pull a Charlie Crist and become an Independent now. Specter is done, with a capital D. The country is sick and tired of this Socialist Dictatorship rising out of DC and the voters are showing it.

Sovereignty bid moves ahead | Columbus Dispatch Politics

Sovereignty bid moves ahead Columbus Dispatch Politics
A ruling by a state board yesterday cleared the way for a citizens group to begin collecting petition signatures to put on the fall ballot an issue that supporters say would rein in government gone astray.
Among other things, the Ohio Sovereignty Amendment would allow juries to nullify laws; expand the right to bear arms and maintain militias; permit the recall of elected officials by petition signatures alone; ban federal enforcement of laws except through a county sheriff; and require that all public school operations through the 12th grade be regulated at the district level only

RealClearPolitics - HorseRaceBlog - No, This Isn't an "Anti-Incumbent" Year

RealClearPolitics - HorseRaceBlog - No, This Isn't an "Anti-Incumbent" Year

Just keep denying it.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Stealth 'public option' slipped into ObamaCare

Stealth 'public option' slipped into ObamaCare
It is a scandalous fraud worthy of impeachment.

Pajamas Media » The Ammo Shortage Continues

Pajamas Media » The Ammo Shortage Continues
Shortages of ammunition and firearms can be expected to continue for as long as it appears our overreaching federal government is a threat to our individual liberties, our economy continues to falter, and our police agencies keep militarizing. It’s going to be a long ride.

The Coming Sedition Act? by Robert Ringer

The Coming Sedition Act? by Robert Ringer
"… whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.
… But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security." - Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776

Well, that was how it was supposed to work. Just a few short years after the signing of the Declaration, Congress found it necessary to pass the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798, which made it a crime for anyone to criticize the government ”through writing or any other shape, form, or fashion.”
If that weren't enough Congress, under Wilson, passed the U.S. Sedition Act of 1918. Among other things, the act made it a crime to ”willfully utter, print, write, or publish any disloyal, profane, scurrilous, or abusive language about the form of government of the United States, or the Constitution of the United States, or the military or naval forces of the United States.”

What sort of Sedition Act can we expect, and I do mean expect, under the Dear Leader, BHO?

Reid: BP's 'greed' caused oil spill - The Hill's E2-Wire

Reid: BP's 'greed' caused oil spill - The Hill's E2-Wire
One of the most regulated industries on the planet and what is DC talking about? More regulation and there are even some rumblings out there asking for nationalization of the oil industry. At what point will the moderate supporters of this tyrant start calling it what it is? Fascism.

American Thinker Blog: America's Public Debt Explained

American Thinker Blog: America's Public Debt Explained
Anyone who thinks that there is any difference between "hard debt" owed to other countries and "soft debt", the unfunded liabilities that we owe to ourselves through social programming is delusional. We will still be forced at the barrel of a gun to pay those debts equally.

Jefferson County geometry teacher uses wrong example to teach angles --- assassination of President Barack Obama | al.com

Jefferson County geometry teacher uses wrong example to teach angles --- assassination of President Barack Obama al.com
He made no threat, only cited example. How is this any different than using the example of the Kennedy assasination? Those angles have discussed ad nauseum in classrooms, on television, in news reports, etc...
I am growing weary of the Politically Correctness in America. Use a little common sense folks and get off your high horse.

Woody Allen: Are his opinions relevent?

Woody Allen, the non convicted pedophile, maker of mediocre films, nude photographer of his adopted daughter that he later married, thinks that Obama should be granted the powers of dictator.
I'm sure Allen is serious in his desire for Obama to be dictator, but other than showing that he is as stupid as most of his films, he shows a complete lack of understanding of the fundamental design and construction of the government of the USA and why the processes are what they are.

Texas doctors fleeing Medicare in droves | Houston & Texas News | Chron.com - Houston Chronicle

Texas doctors fleeing Medicare in droves Houston & Texas News Chron.com - Houston Chronicle

And the left wants the government to run healthcare for all? Everything on this Earth has a profit motive. If there is no profit to be made, those with the expertise will find some other way.

Arizona: Home of the least secure border in the world

Take a look at the footage shot yesterday. In this motion activated camera footage, you can count 91 invaders in a matter of a few minutes.
This is an invasion, people. They may not all be carrying guns, but they do carry economic and biological weapons. The incidence of TB for instance is up 80% fro 1980's levels due to the influx of third world invaders from South of the border. The economic impact of illegals on the medical and education systems is well documented.
I think instead of cameras, maybe we should install machine guns. They would stop coming pretty quickly if we started actually "defending" our border.

Dear Krugman: Yes, We Are Greece

Dear Krugman: Yes, We Are Greece

For a Nobel Prize Laureate in Economics, this guy is really out of touch with, uh, economics.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Paul Krugman is a moron

Why Libertarianism Doesn’t Work, Part N - Paul Krugman Blog - NYTimes.com

You might have noticed this New York Times editorial by Paul Krugman. In it, he says that libertarianism doesn't work, and proves it by pointing to the ongoing BP oil spill.

So let me get this straight: liability caps, which are very un-libertarian, and incompetent regulatory bureaucracies, which are very un-libertarian, show us that libertarianism is...no good?

I think I've heard this one before. Didn't a lot of people point to the failures of the very heavily regulated banking system, and blame them on the free market?

It must be Opposite Day!

The folks at the Cato Institute have also commented on Mr. Krugman's remarks here and here.

This was published originally in the weekly Libertarian Party Monday message from Wes Benedict,Executive Director, Libertarian National Committee and I think he hits Krugman right right square on his pointy little head with his response.

Feds Bully Vermont Farmer

While thousands of illegals cross the southern border daily and the Feds do little to stop them, the same federal agency is bullying a Vermont farmer into selling part of his farm. The farm is located on the Canadian border and is a point of entry for about 3 or 4 cars per hour. If the farmer refuses to sell 5 acres of land to the government for $39,500, it will likely be siezed by "eminent domain".
I think the Feds have their priorities a little screwed up.

Tighten up

Another little tidbit on the tyrant Lincoln

Tom DiLorenzo on Abraham Lincoln, US Authoritarianism and Manipulated History

Thomas DiLorenzo: As a libertarian, I saw it as my duty to spread the truth about what a horrific tyrant Lincoln was, with his illegal suspension of Habeas Corpus and the imprisonment of tens of thousands of political dissenters in the North; his shutting down of over 300 opposition newspapers; his deportation of the leader of the congressional opposition, Democratic Congressman Clement Vallandigham of Ohio; and his purposeful waging of total war on civilians. He destroyed the voluntary union of the founding fathers and destroyed the system of federalism that was the hallmark of the original constitution by using military force to "prove" that nullification and secession were illegal. Might makes right. Unlike England, Spain, France, Denmark, Holland, Sweden, and other countries that ended slavery peacefully in the nineteenth century, Lincoln used the slaves as political pawns in a war that both he and the U.S. Congress declared to the world in 1861 was being waged for one reason only: to "save the union." But as I said, he really destroyed the voluntary union of the founders.

Sunday, May 16, 2010

When in the Course of Human Events: Arguing the Case for Southern Secession

When in the Course of Human Events: Arguing the Case for Southern Secession

Stunned

I was just watching "America: "The Story of Us""
And was stunned at the actual lack of Historical accuracy. They called in great historians like Sean "Diddy" Combs, Sheryl Crow and that amazingly popular beer summit attendee, Henry Louis Gates, Jr. All of whom seem to be experts in history of the south, why else would they be there?
I cannot believe how the History Channel distorted the history of the South, slavery and the events that lead up to the Civil War! They called the war- "The war over slavery"!!!!
I am sick of the South being portrayed in this light. The fact of the matter is that the war was fought over economics. The South paid the taxes, and they were spent in the North. The Union was no longer equitable for both parties. I will refer you to a few interesting facts:
Lincoln's first innaugural address, March 4, 1861
Apprehension seems to exist among the people of the Southern States that by the accession of a Republican Administration their property and their peace and personal security are to be endangered. There has never been any reasonable cause for such apprehension. Indeed, the most ample evidence to the contrary has all the while existed and been open to their inspection. It is found in nearly all the published speeches of him who now addresses you. I do but quote from one of those speeches when I declare that—
I have no purpose, directly or indirectly, to interfere with the institution of slavery in the States where it exists. I believe I have no lawful right to do so, and I have no inclination to do so.
After reading "When in the Course of Human Events:Arguing the Case for Southern Secession" by Charles Adams, I have never looked at the South that I grew up in in the same light as the one taught to me by the NEA in the Public School System.
Seek the truth.

Fiat Currencies Are In Big Trouble

The Euro is going to disappear in due time. The Dollar will follow. There seems to be no end in sight to the raging bull of a commodities market.

""EURO WILL DISAPPEAR"

This month the euro has come under extreme pressure following a Greek debt-crisis that threatened to spread across the continent, prompting policymakers to make available a $1 trillion rescue package, which Rogers said could spell the end for the European currency.

"It was a terrible thing to do, it ensures that the euro will disappear some day because now it means anyone can do whatever they like because they're going to be bailed out.

"I own the euro but after what they did the other day I'm having serious second thoughts. The euro will continue to corrode from within and someday we won't have a euro at all."

The eurohas fallen more than 7 percent against the US dollar in the last month and hit record lows against the Swiss franc on concerns that fiscal tightening in Europe will stunt economic growth.

The latest euro zone crisis has helped to pressure the price of some dollar-denominated commodities as they become more expensive to European buyers. But gold, often seen as a safe-haven asset has soared, hitting fresh record highs.

Rogers believes natural resource assets are a good investment because of their finite supply, leading to the theory commodities are in an extended or "supercycle" market rally.

"I certainly expect gold to go much higher over the next few years. Paper money is going to be debased and the price of real assets will be enhanced," Rogers said.

"I don't see the new commodity supplies coming that will end the bull market."

As crude oil supplies decline and governments focus on more ecologically friendly solutions to global power demands, the alternative energy sector is expected to grow.

"It's (alternative energy) a good investment right now. They've got a great, great future. Someday they may end the bull market in the energy sector," Rogers said."

Thousands of Nonprofits may be shut down by new tax law

More than 200,000 small nonprofits across the nation are days away from losing their tax-exempt status because they haven't filed a new form with the Internal Revenue Service.

"Many of these groups already operate on razor-thin budgets and some worry an unexpected tax bill could force organizations to close.

"The nonprofits in your backyards, some of them are going to be gone," said Suzanne Coffman, a spokeswoman for GuideStar, which tracks data on nonprofits.

It's most likely the nonprofits aren't aware of the Monday deadline that only applies to groups that report $25,000 or less in income, excluding churches. Those organizations may not find out until Jan. 1, 2011, when they're notified they have to pay taxes on donations they thought were exempt. And it could be months before their nonprofit status is restored."

Am I the only one who sees this for what it is? The government is forcing all private aid societies to lose their nonprofit status, either to force them onto the tax rolls or to shut them down. Either way the government wins and liberty loses. By shutting them down the government forces higher taxation of all individuals and assumes some of the role of the nonprofits. This, of course, leads to less individual wealth across the board, more inefficient bureaucracy and less service to the needy at a higher cost to all. The other option is that nonprofits who are already on a very thin budget are forced to pay taxes and offer less service to those in need.
Either way, the only winner is government, and the big loser is those who need the services provided by the nonprofits.

Do as I say, not as I do-

“It’s highly troubling that the Obama administration might propose to lengthen the time in which a potential defendant would come before a judge,” Mr. Romero said. “Both proposals would severely undercut the Obama administration’s assertion that they believe in the rule of law.”
The Obama administration is considering asking Congress to allow the DOJ to be allowed to manipulate the 5th and 6th Amendments, when it comes to terrorism cases. At what point does jaywalking or exercising Freedom Of Speech become "terrorism". This is beginning to look a lot like tyranny to me.

Friday, May 14, 2010

Rumor or Breaking News? Germany to Exit the Euro This Weekend.

Rumor or Breaking News? Germany to Exit the Euro This Weekend.
This could be, in Biden's words "A big fucking deal"

A fond farewell to my Uncle Bill

"All is well and right with the world, as far as the funeral goes anyway. My uncle Bill Johnson had dementia and was a real hand full for my aunt the last couple of years. He was a great guy, loved to fish, was a WWII Navy Fighter pilot and flew many missions in the South Pacific during the war. He was a member of Ancient Landmark Lodge 231 in Savannah, GA. He and my dad were best friends for many years and went through the Lodge officer's line together, my dad was Master in 1963.
He's gone on to a much better existance, since I can't imagine the one he was living was much like having a life. He had a living will and DNR orders standing, so after the Massive stroke last Friday, it was really just a matter of time. His widow seems to have an overwhelming sense of relief.
I'll miss him. He taught me how to weave cast nets when I was a kid, took me flying in a 1947 Taylorcraft airplane, that I believe is still in his garage. It ran on regular gas. He even landed on a rural highway on his way to Oshkosh to put gas in it. We used to fish together a lot when I was a kid. He enjoyed nothing more than being out on the river. He's buried in Bonaventure Cemetary in Savannah, 200 feet from the bluff, overlooking that river he loved so much.
God rest his soul."

Fears over Greek bailout send shares and euro tumbling | Business | The Guardian

Fears over Greek bailout send shares and euro tumbling | Business | The Guardian
Sarkosy is threatening to pull France out of the Eurozone and common currency. I think he should, it would be the smartest thing for France. Let every country stand or fall on their own and don't make the poor decisions of one country drag down the those that are prosperous.

If this is the typical school teacher's attitude, we are in big trouble

Gerald Celente: The Banks Are Robbing The People


The turmoil that has stricken Greece has spread to Romania and Ireland. This crisis may be spreading worldwide as the debt crisis continues, there have been reports that it may spread to Japan, one of the biggest economies in the world. Gerald Celente says that this is the greatest bank robbery in history and it is the banks that are doing the stealing.

The nanny state is growing

There is now a bill before Congress, introduced by Rep Ron Kind (D-WI), to monitor the Body Mass Index of all American children between the ages of 2-18 to stem the rate of obesity in children. Or so they say. More nanny state regulation is all this amounts to.
People no longer even want to be personally responsible for their, or their own children's health. They want the state to take over that function for them.
This bill would also move the nutritional information box from the back or side of a a package to the front, so it can be seen while you scan the shelves. I assume because any consumer is too stupid to pick up a box of cereal or can of beans, turn it around and read the nutritional information and make a choice of whether to buy it or not. Does anyone read the nutritional information now? I doubt that the people in question either read or understand any of that information as it is. So what does moving it to the front do for you? It reduces advertising space for the manufacturer of the product. We wouldn't want capitalism or profitability to get in the way of reading nutritional information, now would we.
I suppose that this new bill will allow for some sort of financial penalty for parents of obese children. This penalty will likely be waived by those below the poverty line (who also have the highest incidence of childhood obesity) and will only be another tool of the Marxist regime's wealth redistribution scheme.

Government cannot create "jobs"

"Check your facts, Mr. President," U.S. House of Representatives Republican leader John Boehner said in a statement. "More debt, higher taxes, and bigger government may be President Obama's idea of a 'jobs program,' but it's hurting our economy and making it harder to put people back to work."
It is not possible for the government to create a "jobs". The government is a leech. The only way for the the govt to provide anything to anyone is by taking it from someone else. They dont' create, they transfer wealth from one individual to provide a salary for another. I'm sick and tired of it.

US faces same problems as Greece, says Bank of England – Telegraph Blogs

US faces same problems as Greece, says Bank of England – Telegraph Blogs
Step 15 toward a one world bank and one world currency. Steps 1-14 have already been completed. Watch for your country's sovereignty to disappear in the upcoming years.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Junk silver coins | Junk coins | silver dimes & dollar coin

Junk silver coins Junk coins silver dimes & dollar coin
Junk silver is actually a misnomer for coins with 90% silver and 10% copper content.
Junk silver coins may have no value for collectors in a sense that junk silver dollars can be bought without regard for their aesthetic quality – it would not matter much if it’s nicked or scratched on the surface – as long as its intrinsic value is still intact.

" You cannot borrow to prosperity" Jefferson

U.S. posts 19th straight monthly budget deficit Reuters
You can't spend your way to wealth either, I don't care what Keynes said.

Unemployment

"'Never forget: the same media which castigated the Bush administration for a 5% unemployment rate is now saying an increase in unemployment rate from 9.7% to 9.9% is good news, because it means more people are looking for jobs. Perhaps if the unemployment rate tops 10%, they'll be ecstatic.' --columnist Arnold Ahlert"

Another Leftist Idealogue


Immigration from around the world

If you cross the North Korean border illegally you get 12 years hard labor.
If you cross the Iranian border illegally you are detained indefinitely.
If you cross the Afghan border illegally, you get shot.
If you cross the Saudi Arabian border illegally you will be jailed.
If you cross the Chinese border illegally you may never be heard from again.
If you cross the Venezuelan border illegally you will be branded a spy and your fate will be sealed.
If you cross the Cuban border illegally you will be thrown into political prison to rot.

If you cross the U.S. border illegally you get:
a job,a drivers license,social security card,welfare,food stamps,credit cards,subsidized rent or a loan to buy a house,free education,free health care,a lobbyist in washingtonbillions of dollars worth of public documents printed in your languagethe right to carry your country's flag while you protest that you don't get enough respectand, in many instances, you can vote.

More Ex Post Facto Law From The Dear Leader

In another unconstitutional play, Obama is planning to push another punitive tax. Another ex post facto punitive law. Oil companies face an immediate tax rise of 1 cent per barrel to help to pay for the clean-up in the Gulf of Mexico under proposed legislation rushed out by the White House yesterday.
That cost will, of course, be passed to consumers not the oil companies themselves. And what about after the clean up? Will the tax be removed? Just like the tolls you pay to cross the George Washington Bridge into Manhattan, the bridge has cost of the bridge was paid back years ago, but the toll keeps rising. Once a scheme is in place to bring revenue into the federal government, it stays in place due to the bureaucracy built up to administer the new revenue. We can't put those people out of work, now can we?
This is only the beginning. These environmental taxes will continue to be levied, without a vote in congress, through powers granted to the EPA through regulations.

Clintons, typical liberals

By 2007, seven years after leaving the White House, the Clintons had earned a combined $109 million (£73 million) through speaking engagements and bestselling memoirs. Even so, apparently they would prefer American voters to settle Mrs Clinton’s remaining $771,000 debt rather than paying it themselves.
Seriously? They earned $109 million and won't pay off the $771K she still owes? Obviously, the typical statists they are, they would rather someone else pay it off for them. What a pompous ass. Would anyone really want to spend the day with that creep?

Kevin James, uh, Elena Kagan not too keen on gun rights

Kagan Said She Was `Not Sympathetic' Toward Gun-Rights Claim - Bloomberg

Kagan in a note to Justice Thorgood Marshall: "The man’s “sole contention is that the District of Columbia’s firearms statutes violate his constitutional right to ‘keep and bear arms,’” Kagan wrote. “I’m not sympathetic.”
She also had this to say:
“There is no question, after Heller, that the Second Amendment guarantees individuals the right to keep and bear arms and that this right, like others in the Constitution, provides strong although not unlimited protection against governmental regulation,”

This leaves the door wide open for several new controls on gun ownership. I would hazard to guess that she is very much in favor of a national gun registry, followed by bans of certain types of firearms, say semi-automatic rifles and handguns, then bans on certain types of accessories like scopes and flash suppressors. A national registry is the first step toward out and out confiscation. If you register them, the government will know where to find them.

As Thomas Jefferson so eloquently put it, "Those who beat their swords into plowshares, will plow for those who do not." I plow for no man but myself.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

We probably don't need to talk about this

Except, of course, that we've been talking about it for months.

Explosive report shows Kagan supports censorship of TV, radio, posters, and pamphlets

Explosive report shows Kagan supports censorship of TV, radio, posters, and pamphlets
It seems that Kevin James, I mean, Elena Kagan, would love to join Hr Himmler in the burning of books. It appears that she actually supports the stifling of the 1st Amendment.
The bigger problem is, once this hits the Senate confirmation hearings, no one will ask about it.

Maybe the funniest campaign commercial ever.


It would be funny, if we didn't know that he's done nothing in the last 30 years to stop the flow of people and drugs across the border. This is more of a farce than his presidential campaign.

Kagan's scant writings spark concern - Josh Gerstein - POLITICO.com

Kagan's scant writings spark concern - Josh Gerstein - POLITICO.com
Her paper trail can't be any thinner than Obama's. As editor of the Harvard Law Review, Pres Obama never published anything.

Kagan and Obama Go Way Back | NBC Chicago

Kagan and Obama Go Way Back NBC Chicago
Great, more Chicago politics. Look for absolute corruption of the SCOTUS.

Euro Erases Gains as Bailout Optimism Ebbs; Chinese Stocks Fall - Bloomberg.com

Euro Erases Gains as Bailout Optimism Ebbs; Chinese Stocks Fall - Bloomberg.com
Another trillion dollar theft from the stock market, to match last Thursday's trillion dollar theft from the stock market. Am I the only one that sees this?

Monday, May 10, 2010

American Thinker: Cap-and-Trade Is Back

American Thinker: Cap-and-Trade Is Back
"On Wednesday, Senators John Kerry (D-MA) and Joe Lieberman (I-CT) plan to introduce legislation designed to inflate the cost of energy, strain family budgets, and decimate America's manufacturing sector -- all in the name of supposedly saving the climate."

Sure, why not. The economy is in the toilet, so lets stack on some additional taxes and costs of goods and services. The oil spill in the gulf conspiracy theory draws out an awful lot of anger from the left, but the timing on reintroduction of the Cap and Trade legislation is kind of coincidental, don't you think?

149. Is There Any Gold in Ft. Knox?

149. Is There Any Gold in Ft. Knox?
Congressman Paul, long the leader in American public life for sound money, sound banking, and the free market, talks about the progress of his Audit the Fed bill – and why the Fed, the Treasury, and the banksters fear it. He also discusses the crisis in Europe and especially Greece, and the Fed’s sinister and secret role. We know why the Fed wants its secrets kept safe from the American people, about what banks and other institutions it bails out by printing new money. But why do they so fiercely resist a physical audit of the gold at Ft. Knox and the vaults of the NY Fed? What are they hiding? Did far more US gold flow overseas under LBJ and Nixon than is admitted? Has some or all of the remaining gold been sold, though it is still physically in the US? Ron Paul, and all of us, wants some answers.

Friday, May 7, 2010

Do Your Job.

FT.com / Markets / US - Plunge in US equities remains a mystery

FT.com / Markets / US - Plunge in US equities remains a mystery
Maybe the Banksters needed to make a quick theft, then let private money flow back into the stock market and push the prices back up. Look for something like this to happen again, and again.

Fake +290K Payrolls "Added", Real Number Is 36K After Census And Birth-Death, Unemployment Goes Back To 9.9%, Underemployment At 17.1% | zero hedge

Fake +290K Payrolls "Added", Real Number Is 36K After Census And Birth-Death, Unemployment Goes Back To 9.9%, Underemployment At 17.1% zero hedge
290K of which census was 66k and Birth Death was 188k. Hurray -the economy added a real 36k in jobs in April. Still, we are curious how the Chairman will not be forced to discuss tightening after this B/D adjustment inspired number (188K in April B/D, 81K in March). And in the meantime, headlines will read Unemployment back to 9.9%, and Underemployment back to 17.1%. Record jittery market bounces than calms down again.

» Rep. Andre Carson: Tea Party Protesters Are ‘One of the Largest Threats to our Internal Security’ - Big Government

» Rep. Andre Carson: Tea Party Protesters Are ‘One of the Largest Threats to our Internal Security’ - Big Government
KERRY PICKET (Wash. Times): Do you think the people outside are generally dangerous or no?
REP. CARSON: Oh absolutely. I worked in homeland security. I’m from intelligence, and I’ll tell you, one of the largest threats to our internal security…I mean terrorism has an Islamic face, but it really comes from racial supremacist groups. (inaudible) Its the kind of thing we keep a threat assessment on record [for].
PICKET: From groups like this?
REP. CARSON: Oh absolutely.

I've been to Tea Party demonstrations. If anyone hurled anything at anyone it was an overwhelming sense of love of the country and patriotism. Carson has been trying to turn the TP movement into a racist movement since the passage of the Health Care bill in the House. Problem with his assertions is the volume of video and audio evidence to the contrary.

Breaking: Obama Administration Removed Faisal Shahzad From Terror Surveillance List Before Attack …Update: Faisal Had Contact with Awlaki, the Taliban

More hope and change…Faisal Shahzad was removed from the national terrorist surveillance list before the Times Square attack.(CBS News)
The Strata Sphere is all over this story.
Confessed terrorist Faisal Shahzad was removed from the Department of Homeland Security travel lookout list sometime after Barack Obama came into office.CBS reported:
Sources tell CBS News that would-be Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad appeared on a Department of Homeland Security travel lookout list – Traveler Enforcement Compliance System (TECS) – between 1999 and 2008 because he brought approximately $80,000 cash or cash instruments into the United States.
The New York Times reported that the person who bought Faisal’s apartment back in 2004 was interviewed by federal investigators.
George LaMonica, a 35-year-old computer consultant, said he bought his two-bedroom condominium in Norwalk, Conn., from Mr. Shahzad for $261,000 in May 2004. A few weeks after he moved in, Mr. LaMonica said, investigators from the national Joint Terrorism Task Force [JTTF] interviewed him, asking for details of the transaction and for information about Mr. Shahzad. It struck Mr. LaMonica as unusual, but he said detectives told him they were simply “checking everything out.”
Barack Obama began shutting down Bush-era terrorist investigations last year including the investigation of Faisal Shahzad.We all know what happened next.Last week Faisal almost blew a hole in the middle of Times Square.The only thing that saved the people of New York was Faisal’s incompetence.
UPDATE: Faisal Shahzad had contacts with several other terrorist leaders including the radical American-born Muslim cleric Anwar Awlaki, the Taliban Chief, and the Mumbai Massacre mastermind.ABC reported:
Shahzad also had a web of jihadist contacts that included big names tied to terror attacks in the U.S. and abroad, including the figure who has emerged as a central figure in many recent domestic terror attempts – radical American-born Muslim cleric Anwar Awlaki.
Besides Awlaki, sources say Shahzad was also linked to a key figure in the Pakistani Taliban, its Emir Beitullah Mehsud, who was killed in a drone missile strike in 2009. The Mehsuds had been family friends of Shahzad, who is the son of a former high-ranking Pakistani military officer.
Do you feel safe now?
via Gateway Pundit

Why Liberals really hate the poor.

The Liberal Assault on the Poor by Jacob G. Hornberger
Liberals say that they love the poor, needy, and disadvantaged. Unfortunately, however, the economic philosophy that liberals favor constitutes a direct assault on the economic well-being of the poor, along with nearly everyone else in society.
Liberals claim to combat poverty in two principal ways.
First, they use the force of government (e.g., income taxes) to take money from those who have earned it in order to give it to the poor.
Second, they restrict people’s use of their property to enable the poor to have access to such property.
What liberals fail to understand, however, is that the very means they choose to combat poverty – socialism and interventionism – actually exacerbate the problem that they claim to address. Their war on poverty hurts the very people they say they are trying to assist.

The Laughable Nature of GDP Growth by Richard Daughty

The Laughable Nature of GDP Growth by Richard Daughty
At work the other day, I was actually considering either doing some actual work or taking the afternoon off, after, of course, I finished reading the government’s Bureau of Economic Analysis release of the news that “Real gross domestic product – the output of goods and services produced by labor and property located in the United States – increased at an annual rate of 3.2 percent in the first quarter of 2010, (that is, from the fourth quarter to the first quarter)” and that last quarter of 2009, “real GDP increased 5.6 percent.”

Thursday, May 6, 2010

When Cowards Have Power- L.Smith

How did it come to pass that cowards obtained such a grip on power in the third millennium, and why do others choose to follow them? It is apparent to me that the majority are not mesmerized by the rhetoric of these weak human beings, but too many appear to blindly follow their lead like lemmings into the sea.

Maybe it started in the Middle East, with Hamas and Hezbollah. Sometime after the Arab-Israeli wars of 1967 and 1973, after being roundly defeated by their hated enemy, the Arabs decided that it would be fruitless to attempt to defeat the infidel by conventional (and honorable) means. Instead, some compassionate mullah from the Peaceful Religion of Islam decides that more damage can be heaped upon their enemy by lobbing rockets randomly from afar, or by using their own brainwashed youth to murder innocents as they take their own lives. Why? Because they are afraid. Afraid to face their enemy, because they know they will lose. Ask yourself: Why didn’t Yasir Arafat ever sacrifice himself for the glories of Mohammed and heavenly virgins? Why does Osama bin Laden spout his brave diatribes from the safety of a mountain cave? Why was Saddam Hussein found hiding in a hole in the ground? They want to convince others to die for Allah, but no-no, not them. They’re way too important to sacrifice themselves. Are there any Muslims who ask these questions? It seems so obvious!

The blame for this behavior could be placed on the nature of their culture. From an early age, men are taught to dominate the weaker gender – force all females to hide themselves, keep them from learning, kill them when they have the audacity to think for themselves (“She brought shame to the family!”). It is akin to the 200 pound sixth grader who embarrasses and humiliates the bespectacled third grader. Yeah, buddy. You’re real brave. Why don’t you try it with someone who might actually fight back?

These emasculated Arab wimps are afraid to face their enemy like a man. Why did Abu Musab al Zarqawi behead his victims in Iraq while they were tied up and being held down? Why not give the infidel a knife, have the two of them face off in a cage fight, and stream the video to the world, so that all may witness the awesome power of the Warriors of Allah? Simple! Because al Zarqawi has (correction: had) less testosterone than my castrated dog. These pansified she-men are not going to risk their lives for the glory of Islam. After all, how would it look to the rest of the world if the great and powerful Allah failed to protect his loyal servant in the face of the heathen American?

Examine for a moment the teachings of Christianity with those of the Peaceful Religion of Islam. Jesus said, “Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.” (John 15:13). Whereas I am no authority on the teachings of Mohammed, his deranged mullahs are preaching, “Greater love for Allah hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life and take as many innocent men, women, and children with him as possible.” A first grader could easily explain the differences in philosophy. One praises the sacrifice of life to save another’s, the other praises the sacrifice of life by taking others. One is good. One is bad. It doesn’t take Aristotle to decipher the logic.

And now, forces have embarked upon the Pussification of America. The wimpy pacifists have arrived in positions of power here, and the results of their utopian, negotiation-filled, cartoonish fantasy-world policies are disastrous. Our president bows before foreign leaders and apologizes for our country on the worldwide stage. He kowtows to the demands of Russia in Eastern Europe and refuses to use the term “Islamic Terrorist”. The snobby, condescending, hyper-sensitive media has managed to push the limits of Political Correctness to the level of insanity.

How long before someone – anyone – in Washington calls these Left-Wing Americans and Radical Muslims out for what they are? Cowards. Sissies. Sugar britches. No, we get represented by the meek Lindsay Graham (“but he’s bipartisan!”) or the weak-kneed and weak-voiced Harry Reid (“the war is lost”).

It all reminds me of the Hans Christian Andersen story The Emperor’s New Clothes, where two weavers knit the Emperor a new suit, using magical threads that are invisible to those who are incompetent or “just hopelessly stupid”. Afraid to look like an idiot, no one says anything until a child points out what is evident, “But he isn’t wearing anything at all!”

That’s where I feel like we are today in this country. Afraid to be condemned as a bigot or racist or xenophobe, no one states what is painfully obvious. If only someone with the intestinal fortitude of our founding fathers would stand up like that innocent child and scream the truth until everyone heard: “But most terrorists are Arab!” “But we have a lot of oil right here!” “But they’re here illegally!” “But nuclear power is clean and cheap!” “But all he’s ever been is a Community Organizer!”

The great masses of voters in this country are in Red State America. Would you like to get elected President of the United States in 2012? Here is your platform:

· Call Islamic Jihadism what it is, and start profiling Arabs and Muslims.
· Drill for oil here like there’s none anywhere else in the world.
· Implement the Fair Tax and abolish all other taxes.
· Call out the media for the liberal, weak, arrogant fools that they are (think Ronald Reagan).
· Undo every government program installed by the current socialist administration; then begin dismantling the others.
· Build up the National Defense in such a way that negotiation with adversaries is no longer a part of our foreign policy. Nations will act appropriately or deal with the consequences.
· Redefine the word “bipartisanship” to mean abandoning principles in favor of a solution.

In short: Grow a pair.

Posted by: lsmith
5/6/2010

Tea Party Crashers?

Not sure if he figured out the point was to make the case for illegal immigrantion?

UK budget deficit 'to surpass Greece's as worst in EU' | Business | The Guardian

UK budget deficit 'to surpass Greece's as worst in EU' Business The Guardian
The commission's spring economic forecasts put the UK deficit for this calendar year at 12% of GDP, the highest of all 27 EU nations and worse than the Treasury's own forecasts.

Jefferson on taking up of arms

"With hearts fortified with these animating reflections, we most solemnly, before God and the world, declare, that, exerting the utmost energy of those powers, which our beneficent Creator hath graciously bestowed upon us, the arms we have compelled by our enemies to assume, we will, in defiance of every hazard, with unabating firmness and perseverance employ for the preservation of our liberties; being with one mind resolved to die freemen rather than to live as slaves." --John Dickinson and Thomas Jefferson, Declaration of the Cause and Necessity of Taking up Arms, 1775

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Washington Times - Bank bill could help feds snoop, GOP warns

Washington Times - Bank bill could help feds snoop, GOP warns
"While his bill seeks to shield taxpayers from getting stuck with the tab should major banks run into trouble in the future, Sen. Byron L. Dorgan, North Dakota Democrat, plans an amendment to prevent companies from getting so big that they would need taxpayer aid in the first place. His amendment would force firms to divest of the parts of their business that made them too big."
I guess this falls in line with the President's comment of "at some point you've earned enough money"? Lets think about this for a minute. Say you own a newspaper-"You may now only sell 3 pages of advertisement, but keep the paper the same size" or a gas station- "you many now only sell 100 gallons per day" how about being a writer- "you may now only sell 100,000 copies, maximum, for any book you write"
What country is this?

Ex Post Facto Law

The U.S. Constitution's Article 1 Section 9, C.3 states: 'No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed,' and Section 10 says: 'No State shall enter into any Treaty, Alliance, or Confederation; grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal; coin Money; emit Bills of Credit; make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts; pass any Bill of Attainder, ex post facto Law. . . .'
The 'words and the intent' of the Ex Post Facto Clause encompass '[e]very law that changes the punishment, and inflicts a greater punishment, than the law annexed to the crime, when committed.' Calder v. Bull, 3 U.S. (1 Dall.) 386, 390 (1798) (opinion of Chase, J.).
An ex post facto law is a law passed after the occurrence of an event or action which retrospectively changes the legal consequences of the event or action.
Obviously any law, Ex Post Facto, from the Latin meaning-"from after the action", is hereby Unconstitutional in nature. I think we can all agree on that, yes? So how is it that a law was passed to force AIG executives to return bonuses through punative taxation? How is it now that the same people who were screaming that Arizona's new immigration law is a violation of Constitutionally protected rights, garaunteed by the 4th Amendment, are the same people who are lining up to support legislation called "Big Oil Bailout Prevention Act" that would raise the economic damages liability cap for offshore oil spills from $75 million to $10 billion.
As White House spokesman Robert Gibbs put it on Monday the Obama administration will "keep a boot on the throat" of BP to make sure the company stops oil from a sunken rig from pouring into the Gulf of Mexico as soon as possible. (Would that be a Jack Boot, there Gibbsy?) If that doesn't all add up to Ex Post Facto legislation, I don't know what does.
If the Constitution of The United States isn't equal for all, then it is equal for none. If those in Congress expect to continue to pass laws for some and not others, as they see fit, then law is no longer a rule but a whim and our Republic is actually a Dictatorship.

Feel Sorry for BP? - Llewellyn H. Rockwell Jr. - Mises Institute


Feel Sorry for BP? - Llewellyn H. Rockwell Jr. - Mises Institute

BP will be responsible for cleanup costs far exceeding the federal limit of $75 million on liability for damages. The public relations nightmare will last for a decade or more. In the end, the costs could reach $100 billion, nearly wrecking the company and many other businesses.
It should be obvious that BP is by far the leading victim, but I've yet to see a single expression of sadness for the company and its losses. Indeed, the words of disgust for BP are beyond belief. The DailyKos sums it up: "BP: Go f*** yourselves." Obama's press secretary, Robert Gibbs, said that the government intended to keep "its boot on BP's neck."
How about reality? The incident is a tragedy for BP and all the subcontractors involved. It will probably wreck the company, a company that has long provided the fuel that runs our cars, runs our industries, and keeps alive the very body of modern life. The idea that BP should be hated and denounced is preposterous; there is every reason to express great sadness for what has happened.

Stocks Slide, Euro Weakens on Government Debt Concern - Bloomberg.com

Stocks Slide, Euro Weakens on Government Debt Concern - Bloomberg.com
If you had money in the market, I hope you pulled it out last week and not today. As the Greek debt bailout begins to pull the Euro and Dollar down, the stock markets around the world started losing as well. The losses since the Greek bailout have erased any stock gains of the last 12 months, and it seems to be continuing.

Bernanke Concurs With Ron Paul That Fed Monetizes Debt

Bernanke Concurs With Ron Paul That Fed Monetizes Debt
If you think the problems of debt in Europe are of importance, you had better pay attention to what Bernanke admits to in this video.
The Federal Reserve Bank admits to creating money out of thin air in order to monetize the debt of the USA. The same Federal Reserve Bank who is charged by Congress with managment of our currency has essentially devalued every single dollar in circulation, and more importantly in savings. The Fed is stealing your wealth by diluting dollars. Inflation signals have already started cropping up.
Last month inflation across the board was around 2%. Wholesale food prices are up last quarter by 49%, the largest single quarter rise in prices in 30+ years. This is nothing compared to what will happen when people start catching on to what the Fed has been doing.
With sound money, there is little to no inflation of prices, ever. When every single dollar in circulation was backed by gold, as is required by the Coinage Act of 1792, prices remained very stable in America. Since the creation of the Federal Reserve Banking System, the US dollar has lost 97% of it's value against the value of real goods.
I would suggest everyone read "What has the government done to our money: The case for a 100% gold dollar" by Murray Rothbard

American Thinker: Fixing What Aint Broke, Hiding What Is

American Thinker: Fixing What Aint Broke, Hiding What Is
"Most of the energy of political work is devoted to correcting the effects of mismanagement of government."
- Milton Friedman

German Bank Exposure To Greece Is Nothing When Compared To Spain And Italy


German Bank Exposure To Greece Is Nothing When Compared To Spain And Italy

Luggage explosion causes scare at Houston airport | Reuters

Luggage explosion causes scare at Houston airport | Reuters
I really don't understand how a piece of luggage, that just arrived from Amsterdam, exploding on arrival in Houston is a "non event". Can someone explain that to me?

Thomas Paine

"These are the times that try men's souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of his country; but he that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman." --Thomas Paine, The American Crisis, No. 1, 1776

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Couple Arrested For Asking For Directions - Baltimore News Story - WBAL Baltimore

Couple Arrested For Asking For Directions - Baltimore News Story - WBAL Baltimore
More evidence of the Police State. WTF? All this person did was ask a cop for directions and ended up in jail. Best just to keep your mouth shut and be ready for anything. I can 't make this stuff up.

» Hedge Funds Donate Big to Democrats; Get Exemption from Bank Bill - Big Government

» Hedge Funds Donate Big to Democrats; Get Exemption from Bank Bill - Big Government
So why is it always "fatcat republicans"?

Store Shelves Stripped, Some Fight For Water - Boston News Story - WCVB Boston

Store Shelves Stripped, Some Fight For Water - Boston News Story - WCVB Boston
This was just a minor disruption in water service. People were fighting in stores trying to get bottled water. Store shelves emptied and more fighting as new shipments arrived at stores.
Most people are not prepared to do without running water or stocked store shelves for more than a day or two.
There will be food and water shortages. Be prepared.

Federal Govt Fail

Despite the emergency action plan, in place since 1994, the Federal Govt failed to stock the "fire booms" required to contain the oil spill.

Great, More Punitive Taxation

While it's true that the federal Oil Pollution Act, enacted in 1990 in response to the Exxon Valdez spill in Alaska, makes BP responsible for cleanup costs, the law caps the company's liability for economic damages — such as lost wages, shortened fishing seasons or lagging tourism — at $75 million, a pittance compared to potential losses.
Administration officials insist BP will be held responsible anyway, noting that if the company is found negligent or criminally liable, the cap disappears. Claims also can potentially be made under other state or federal laws, officials said.
Yet the liability cap is problematic enough that a trio of Democratic senators introduced legislation Monday raising it to $10 billion, and the administration quickly announced its support. Sens. Robert Menendez and Frank Lautenberg of New Jersey and Bill Nelson of Florida voiced concerns that unless the cap is raised, BP would avoid paying for the mess and leave small businesses, local government and fishermen with the bill.
Read More From AP Wire Here

Someone had better let President Obama in on the secret

Rich Fuentes-American Thinker

Whoops! There has been a federal government plan in place since 1968 to deal with major oil spills. The info is on the EPA website. Someone should've told Barack Obama and Carol Browner to check the EPA site two weeks ago!! What exactly is Carol Browner's responsibility in all of this as head of the EPA?? National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency Plan Overview.Thomas Lifson adds:Considering the source (Erica Werner of Associated Press!), this artricle is amazing, debunking Obama's claim that ahve been involved since Day One of the oil spill.When the AP stops covering for Obama, he is on trouble.

China May ‘Crash’ in Next 9 to 12 Months, Faber Says (Update3) - Bloomberg.com

China May ‘Crash’ in Next 9 to 12 Months, Faber Says (Update3) - Bloomberg.com
This is where the real fun will begin. Everyone better just hold on tight, it's going to be a hell of a ride.

CBS Features NY Mayor Bloomberg Speculating Bomber Was Mad About ObamaCare | NewsBusters.org

CBS Features NY Mayor Bloomberg Speculating Bomber Was Mad About ObamaCare NewsBusters.org

Oh how there must be a collective groaning, moaning and gnashing of teeth in the media and the Obama administration right this very moment.
Turns out the WHITE MAN in the Times Square video may not be so white after all. Sounds as if he could be a PAKISTANI.
They're brown muslims in general -- although the Indian subcontinent as a whole, does value whiter, paler skin tones in its peoples. Mmm, that's a bit r wordish, methinks.
You just KNOW that Obama and his lickspittles in the media desperately wanted the "bomber" to be WHITE-ISH SO they could blame Tea Party "supporters".
Oh well, that's the last we'll hear of THAT news item.