Friday, April 9, 2010

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Fox News Poll: 57% Think Next Generation Will Be Worse Off

Compared to 10 Years Ago, Do You Think the Country is Stronger or Weaker Today?

The poll also finds that three-quarters of voters think the United States is weaker today than it was 10 years ago.

A majority of voters think life for the next generation of Americans will be worse than life today, according to a Fox News poll released Friday.

The poll also finds that three-quarters of voters think the United States is weaker today than it was 10 years ago. Moreover, almost all consider the current economic and unemployment conditions a “crisis.”

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By Michael LeMieux

April 4, 2010

In my last article for NewsWithViews, “Is State Sovereignty Dead,” I brought up the case of McCulloch V. Maryland where I stated the following:

“But where we went astray, in my opinion, was based on Chief Justice Marshalls opinion in McCulloch V. Maryland (1819) in which he stated: “Let the end be legitimate, let it be within the scope of the Constitution, and all means which are appropriate, which are plainly adapted to that end, which are not prohibited, but consist with the letter and spirit of the Constitution, are constitutional.” From this point on many politicians have gleaned onto Justice Marshall’s declaration that those things which are not prohibited and therefore constitutional.” (Emphasis in original)

After submitting that article I came across an interview between Judge Napolitano and Congressman James Clyburn, the 3rd highest democrat in the House of Representatives, in which Congressman Clyburn when asked about the constitutionality of healthcare stated that most of what they do in Congress is not authorized by the Constitution and when pressed further he countered the question by asking where in the Constitution congress is prohibited to legislate healthcare.

It is interesting that once the idea that lawyers could get laws passed by using Justice Marshalls “not prohibited” they have decided that they are no long bound by the Constitution but only by their imaginations and the spin they can put on their agendas to make them palatable to the American public. After all they still want to get reelected so they have to make it sound like they are legally doing what they are doing so why not tie it to a Supreme Court case.

I find it amazing that a high ranking political official could make the bold statement that the majority of the work of Congress is not authorized by the Constitution and not one mention on main stream media; but let one unpopular vote on American Idol or Dancing with the Stars and it is splashed over very tabloid and television screen.

But it does answer one question that many may have had as to why Speaker Nancy Pelosi would laugh and croak “are you serious” when asked what part of the Constitution gave Congress the power to enact this legislation – and as Representative Clyburn revealed they don’t care about the Constitution because it is no longer relevant in their work.

So what is the use of having Congressmen swear and oath to protect and defend a Constitution if they admittedly do not feel or act bound by that Constitution? Thomas Jefferson stated: “In questions of power, then, let no more be heard of confidence of man, but bind him down from mischief by the chains of the Constitution.” We have seen time and time again that man’s lust for power and fame have pushed the very fabric of our society to brink of collapse and degradation and at no time more than we see today do we need to bind our leaders to the chains of the Constitution that they have to date destroyed.

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Thursday, April 8, 2010

Letter by retired U.S. generals, admirals answers Biden charge about Israel ties

April 5,2010
WASHINGTON — Scores of senior retired U.S. officers have warned that a decline in American strategic cooperation with Israel could damage U.S. security interests.

Close to 50 generals and admirals signed a letter that termed Israel a key element in U.S. global strategy. In the letter organized by the Washington-based Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA), the retired officers, who have toured Israel, said the Jewish state was highly important to U.S. policy in the Middle East and Mediterranean region.

"We brought with us our decades of military experience and, following unrestricted access to Israel's civilian and military leaders, came away with the unswerving belief that the security of the State of Israel is a matter of great importance to the United States and its policy in the Middle East and Eastern Mediterranean," the letter, released on April 2, read.

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Wednesday, April 7, 2010

The Media's Public Enemy No. 1

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Since the passage of ObamaCare on March 21, the liberal media have been working hard to crack down on dissidents, painting the tea party, talk radio, and Republicans as dangerous radicals inciting violence against Democrats. Clips compiled by NewsBusters' Kyle Drennen, edited by Bob Parks
Editor's Note: This is being done because the heat is on for both the Democrats and the Republicans to either shape up or to ship out!!

The Katrina disaster - a beta test for continuity of government, and internment facilities to contain Americans?

 Mark Matheny
 April 7, 2010

This is footage taken September 2, 2005 during the Katrina disaster. Several people were herded into a convention center and left without food, water, or any type of real medical help.

Most people refuse to believe a scenerio of "FEMA" detention facilities could ever become a reality in the United States, but they have existed in the past (just ask the 120,000 Japanese Americans that were arrested and relocated to internment facilities during the WWII and left there for 4 years).

Map of Japanese Internment Camps During WWII

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt authorized the internment with Executive Order 9066 on February 19, 1942, which allowed local military commanders to designate "military areas" as "exclusion zones," from which "any or all persons may be excluded." This power was used to declare that all people of Japanese ancestry were excluded from the entire Pacific coast, including all of California and most of Oregon and Washington, except for those in internment camps.[7] In 1944, the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the exclusion orders,[8] while noting that the provisions that singled out people of Japanese ancestry were a separate issue outside the scope of the proceedings.[9] The United States Census Bureau assisted the internment efforts by providing confidential neighborhood information on Japanese Americans. The Bureau's role was denied for decades but was finally proven in 2007.[10][11] Wikipedia- Japanese American Internment

With the state of our economy, 'continuity of government' plans are certainly prepared in order to control and detain Americans here in the U.S. in case of an economic collapse, or any civil unrest. At this moment both scenerios are likely to bring this about. Most credible economists are in agreement that there will be a U.S. sovereign default soon, and a collapse of the dollar.

The results of inflation (higher prices) will cause many Americans to go further into debt, losing homes, jobs and retirement savings. As a result, many groups will unite and begin to expose the fraudulant agenda of the current government administration, resulting in massive roundups of "dissidents" for sedition, and other charges. Many of these events are taking shape at this time with the Hutaree Militia, and with the Tea Party meetings. These groups are currently being targeted for smear campaigns, and as "hate" groups in order to break them. In reality, these groups are certainly the only bulwarks left in the fight to keep the Republic from totally eroding into a totalitarian regime.

 While I don't know all the details of the Hutaree Militia or their particular motives, I do certainly defend the right for each state to have a state militia, as our founding fathers envisioned in order to keep government at bay. It will certainly be in the interests of the current administration to demonize state militia groups in order to keep these groups from growing in numbers, as the state militias are under the authority of their respective states (their authority coming from the governor of each state), and are not subject to federalization, and cannot be called overseas. It is my opinion that the Elite do not want an all out confrontation with Americans, because it would result in pushing back the advent of Global government, and therefore would be to their hurt.

 No, I think they are willing to use the "boiling frog" formula, where they introduce legislation bit by bit, each time allowing a 'simmering period' to allow Americans to get used to the temperature of their enslavement, so to speak. The internment camps are ever at their disposal in the event resistance crops up faster than anticipated, or in the event that their plans get thwarted. There is certainly enough evidence however, to say that there are provisions set to detain Americans (as needed) in the event of a national emergency. Rex 84, HR 645, Military Commisions Act, Defense Department Directive 1404.10, and several other official documents rebuke the shills such as Glenn Beck and others who would have us think differently.

 This FOX News report shows rare footage of a real fema concentration camp "scenerio" during a state of emergency in the united states. This one is for those of you who still think the government is incapable of locking you and your family up in a federal emergency detention camp or "convention center" as they like to call them... shocking and sad but true.

“In the beginning of a change, the Patriot is a scarce man, Brave, Hated, and Scorned. When his cause succeeds however,the timid join him, For then it costs nothing to be a Patriot.”
-Mark Twain

Let us pray that we, as our founding fathers once did, can preserve liberty in this great land.

Flashback: Both House and Senate Health Bills Require Microchipping

Silver and Gold outlook

April 6, 2010

Required RFID implanted chip

Sec. 2521, Pg. 1000 – The government will establish a National Medical Device Registry. What does a National Medical Device Registry mean?

National Medical Device Registry from H.R. 3200 [Healthcare Bill], pages 1001-1008:

(g)(1) The Secretary shall establish a national medical device registry (in this subsection referred to as the ‘registry’) to facilitate analysis of postmarket safety and outcomes data on each device that— ‘‘(A) is or has been used in or on a patient; ‘‘(B)and is— ‘‘(i) a class III device; or ‘‘(ii) a class II device that is implantable, life-supporting, or life-sustaining.”

Then on page 1004 it describes what the term “data” means in paragraph 1,

section B:

‘‘(B) In this paragraph, the term ‘data’ refers to information respecting a device described in paragraph (1), including claims data, patient survey data, standardized analytic files that allow for the pooling and analysis of data from disparate data environments, electronic health records, and any other data deemed appropriate by the Secretary”

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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

US Destroys Missile with Airborne Laser
January 10, 2010

US Destroys Missile with Airborne Laser

A U.S. high-powered airborne laser weapon shot down a ballistic missile in the first successful test of a futuristic directed energy weapon, the U.S. Missile Defense Agency said. "The Missile Defense Agency demonstrated the potential use of directed energy to defend against ballistic missiles when the Airborne Laser Testbed (ALTB) successfully destroyed a boosting ballistic missile" the agency said. The high-powered Airborne Laser system is being developed by Boeing Co., the prime contractor, and the U.S. Missile Defense Agency.

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Is the U.S. on its way toward a Debt Disaster?

Mark Matheny

Will the U.S. blemish its perfect credit rating?

More than likely, and this will set the stage for the total demise of the dollar, which will usher in a world currency to replace the long-standing reserve currency status the U.S. has held. No matter how the Fed and Wall Street manipulate the markets with 'slight of hand' collaboration, backed by the approval of our current administration in order to mesmorize the American people into believing the economy is recovering - our AAA status will be downgraded, and along with it our way of life as a once prosperous nation!

Obama Tongue-Tied Over Agenda

FOX News
April 6, 2010

President rambles for 17 minutes trying to justify tax hikes

Monday, April 5, 2010

Indiana Attorney General Joins Health Care Fray

April 4, 2010

Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller says it's his job to defend his state's rights against federal government.

Analysis: Is the tea party brewing a revolution?

Is the Tea Party brewing a revolution?

FOX News
WASHINGTON (AP) — They heeded a pamphleteer's call for "manly opposition to the machinations of tyranny" — the 60 American colonists who stormed Griffin's Wharf and emptied 342 chests of tea into Boston Harbor. And with that, a revolution brewed.

Now, more than two centuries later, come the angry throngs of the modern-day tea party. They've gotten the nation's attention. Can they foment their own revolution?

Not yet.

The Associated Press reviewed tea party operations in almost every state, interviewing dozens of local organizers as well as Democratic and Republican strategists to produce a portrait of the movement to date — and its prospects for tilting this November's elections.

The bottom line:

Though amplifying widespread voter anger at the political establishment, the tea party movement is unlikely to dramatically affect the congressional elections — unless their local affiliates forge alliances with Republican candidates. And how likely is that? Republican operatives look at the possibility of GOP-tea party collaborations with some anxiety, and many tea party activists frankly don't want to see them.

Born of protest and populism, the United States is a nation of movements — people galvanized by causes, summoned with the latest technologies. But none of those causes — not abolition, women's votes, civil rights or anti-war — was certain to succeed in its first fateful steps, or even to leave a lasting mark.

It's much too early for any long-term verdict on the tea party. Even defining what short-term success would be for its members can be a challenge.

Let's begin with what they're not.

They're sure not Democrats. But many aren't thrilled with the Republicans either.

The tea party itself is not a political party — and there are no signs it ever will be.

It has no single issue around which people rally. It has no clear leader who drives the organization's message, motivates followers and raises money. Indeed, the hundreds of tea party chapters and tens of thousands of its activists cannot agree on the most basic strategic goal: whether to influence the current political system or dismantle it.

The embryonic movement is not as much a force that drives public opinion as a reflection of it.

"Lot of noise," says one senior Republican consultant, "no muscle." But plenty of ability to make a scene: The consultant, who is directly involved in plotting the party's Senate elections strategy, insisted his name not be attached to that quote, concerned about alienating activists.

Many of those activists want nothing to do with political parties at all.

"The day there's an organized Tea Party in Wisconsin," says Mark Block, who runs tea party rallies in the state, "is the day the tea party movement dies."

America's tea party is a hodgepodge of barely affiliated groups, a home to the politically homeless, the fast-growing swath of citizens who are frustrated with Washington, their own state capitals and the two major political parties. Most describe themselves as conservatives or libertarians. They don't like the change wrought by President Barack Obama and his fellow Democrats in Congress.

Last year's rise of the tea party closely tracked polls showing steep declines in the public's faith in government, confidence in the nation's future and approval of Obama and Congress. Government bailouts and Obama's trillion-dollar push to overhaul the U.S. health care system proved too much for people like Ralph Sprovier, a regional coordinator for Illinois Tea.

"We're regular people who are p---ed off at our government — period, end of story," says Sprovier. "Defend us, don't spend more than we have, get the budget balanced and listen to what we say."

But listening doesn't guarantee understanding. Tea party regulars back candidates who support debt reduction. Or free markets. Or states' rights. Or civil liberties. Or tort reform. Or term limits. Or abolishing federal agencies. They champion some of these issues — but not always all of them — and sometimes many more. Generalizing the movement is a fool's errand.

This we know: Tea parties know how to produce crowds. In the footsteps of the pamphleteers of the 1770s, organizers use e-mail, social networking and other electronic tools to draw enormous numbers of disaffected Americans together. Some wear revolutionary-era garb and carry signs bearing the language of 18th century patriots — "Don't tread on me!" is a popular one.

But rally building is no big trick in the era of Twitter and Facebook, when people with cell phones can summon crowds from thin air for events as frivolous as snowball fights and bursts of song.

Beyond rallies, the movement thins out.

Too broke to buy a copy machine, a tea party group in Alaska plucked a copier from a landfill.

A chapter in Kansas lost its only laptop, and with it the group's membership list.

Unversed in media management, two local leaders suggested in a nationally broadcast interview that they favored abolishing Social Security. Democrats quickly assigned that view to the entire movement.

The organization seems strongest in places where lobbyists and GOP party operatives like former House Majority Leader Dick Armey pull levers. Their involvement hardly squares with the anti-political sentiment that drives grass-roots activists like Bill Hennessy.

"I'm not into politics," the Missouri rally organizer says.

That is one of many differences between tea partiers and past movements. In the 1990s, a period of voter disenchantment not unlike today, Ross Perot's supporters formed a third party. Perot lost, but he carried enough votes to influence two presidential races, and his positions on trade and deficit reduction remained in the political bloodstream.

Perot's former running mate, Pat Choate, says the tea party is far from establishing itself as a lasting movement.

"The real test, seems to me, is whether or not they decide to field candidates," he says.

For many, that's a tough sell.

"I've already been involved in party politics," says Gia Gallegos of Reno, Nevada, "I don't want another party."

Tea party groups lack the galvanizing issue that made the anti-tax movement a success in California decades ago.

"I understand what they're angry about because they're angry about some of the same things that I'm angry about," says Ken Khachigian, an aide to Republican presidents who is now a GOP consultant in California. "But it's a disparate force right now, and movements don't have an effect until they have some cohesion behind them."

It pains Republicans like Khachigian to concede that the movement is not leading directly to GOP gains.

"Republicans who assume this is a Republican effort or something playing right into the Republican playbook are making a big mistake," says Matt Schlapp, a White House political director in President George W. Bush's first term who currently advises congressional candidates.

The tea party gained political credibility after Republican Scott Brown's victory in Massachusetts' special Senate election. But activists were not key drivers in his race. The question is whether tea party-affiliated voters would have backed Brown anyway, given that many are conservatives.

Upcoming GOP nomination contests will offer further tests. Republican strategists are keenly watching Senate GOP races in Arizona, Delaware, Illinois, Kentucky, Kansas, Florida and Utah, where victories by tea party-backed candidates could tilt the party to the right.

In Arizona, former presidential candidate John McCain turned to his former running mate — tea party favorite Sarah Palin — to help stave off a primary challenge from the right.

In Florida, tea party darling Marco Rubio is making waves in his effort to upset Gov. Charlie Crist in the GOP Senate primary. But is that cause or effect? Republicans are wondering: Is the tea party bringing new voters, new money and new volunteers to Rubio or simply stirring his conservative base?

Republican strategists still hope that in the November general election tea party groups will align with the GOP to defeat Democrats. They want the movement to share its e-mail lists, raise money for the party and send its volunteers to the homes of likely Republican voters. That could make a difference in dozens of races.

"The American experience is if you don't go through one of the two major parties or you don't home in on a single issue as a litmus test," Schlapp says, "it's very difficult to be impactful across the country."

But an awful lot of tea partiers don't give a hoot about the GOP. Their passion is railing against a corrupt system — what some would not blush to call the "machinations of tyranny."

"We know who we are against," says Justin Holland, organizer for the North Alabama Patriot Tea Party. "We don't quite know who we are for yet."

The same could be said of the tea-dumping colonists who protested British rule without knowing what might replace it — or even if anything should.

George Burton, a Minnesota electrician and history buff who dressed in period garb for a rally he organized in Brainerd, says he has long hoped to witness a Boston Tea Party-style uprising in America.

One, by the way, with no leader.

"That's the beauty of it," Burton says. "We don't take any orders from anybody."


EDITOR'S NOTE — Ron Fournier is Washington bureau chief for The Associated Press.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

The Big Change and Four Rules not learned from the Great Depression – Break up the Banks, Protect Workers, Use Stimulus
Posted: 03 Apr 2010 10:18 AM PDT

As we drift further and further from the abyss of March of 2009, there is a slow acceptance that things are getting better even though average Americans need only look at their individual household balance sheet to know this isn’t the case. How can things not be better they ask? The S&P 500 is now up 74 percent in one year, the strongest run up since the Great Depression. Yet Wall Street gets it that the longer they can stall and water down reform the more chance they have at getting away with the biggest wealth transfer in American history. Even during the Great Depression, we actually learned lessons and enforced new rules to curb the gambling that led to the collapse. This has yet to occur. Let us look at some changes that occurred during the 1930s that certainly have not happened this time.

In the book by Frederick Lewis Allen the Big Change the author takes us through some of the important changes that occurred during that economic crisis:

Rule Change #1 – Breaking up the Banks

“In the first place it rewrote a good many of the rules of the economic game as played in America. For instance, in order to prevent any recurrence of the financial follies of the nineteen-twenties, it divorced commercial banks from the securities business, forbade the issue of securities without exhaustive disclosure of pertinent facts, circumscribed pool operations on the stock exchanges and set up a federal agency to police these exchanges, and dismantled the more illogical holding-company structures in the utilities business. Not only was there a new rule book, but at many points the federal government moved in as umpire to interpret and enforce rules.”

We have actually done the opposite this time by making banks even larger:

At a time when it was obvious that too big to fail banks were causing major problems, instead of breaking them apart as we had done during the Great Depression we started merging these banks and creating the bond between investment banking and commercial banking even stronger. This conflict of interest has skewered Americans even more now that Wall Street can gamble in the stock market with taxpayer money. The Big Change was written in the early 1950s and the changes after the Great Depression must have seemed so obvious. Yet here, we have JP Morgan Chase eating up Bear Stearns and Washington Mutual, you have Wells Fargo digesting Wachovia, and Bank of America purchasing Merrill Lynch all during the crisis. Instead of breaking up the banks, we have made them even more powerful and most of their current profits come from their investment arms! They are pulling back credit to average Americans while gambling away in the stock market. They can borrow from the Federal Reserve at near zero percent and put that money to work in the casino. No wonder why the 74 percent rally doesn’t seem to make people feel better:

55 percent of Americans still feel that economic conditions are getting worse. Could this be because the banking system has created a new corporatocracy that serves only their tiny purpose? Wall Street wants the middle class to cheer on their mega profits as if this is the true symbol of recovery. The fact that we did not break up the banks, but merged and made them bigger tells us that we have failed to learn a primary lesson from the Great Depression.

Rule Change #2 – Protecting the Worker

In no other time in history has the middle class in America been so ripped off with no criminal investigations as what occurred during the last decade. During the Great Depression the government stepped in to protect workers; this time it has stepped in to protect the banks:

“In the second place, it intervened extensively in the economic game as protector of the underdog. For instance, because the operations of one of the old-time rules of the game, the law of supply and demand, appeared to be doing damage to the American farmer, it stepped in to jack up and then to guarantee the prices he got. (The anomalous result was that the farmers of the United States, as conservative a group temperamentally as were to be found in the land, became dependent for their very economic lives upon government decisions in their behalf!)”

Now many of these policies did not work but it was clear on which side of the fence the government stood. Today, even after the massive transfer of wealth to Wall Street banks are still robbing people with the zest of a criminal knowing he is getting away:

“(NY Times) PHOENIX — When the bank sued Leann Weaver for not paying her credit card balance, her reaction was typical for someone in that situation. Personal and financial setbacks weighed her down, and she knew she owed the $2,470. So she never went to court to defend herself.

She was startled by what happened next. When she swiped her debit card at the grocery store, it was declined. It turned out Capital One Bank had taken $224.25 from her paycheck, a quarter of her wages for two weeks of work at a retail chain, and her bank account was overdrawn.

“They’re kicking somebody who’s already in the dirt,” she said.”

Banks and collection agencies are acting like loan sharks and going after the poorest in our population. Not only are they going after the initial debt, but with such usury rates they are doubling and tripling and sometimes going after more from those least able afford it. The government is nowhere to be found. In the Great Depression we learned that the banking system can suck the life out of the working class and here we are allowing the same banking system cut from the same cloth to rip off our fellow neighbors and family members. Instead of calling foul and stepping in it seems that the government is encouraging this behavior from Wall Street and the financial industry.

Rule Change #3 – Fiscal Stimulus went to Building Things, not Banks

One major difference between today and the Great Depression was the first focus of many of the initiatives was getting people back to work. The fiscal stimulus went to building things. This time, we spent even more but it went into the pockets of banks which is the biggest crime of this fiscal disaster:

“In the third place, it went into the active business of stimulating employment, by building dams, bridges, parkways, and playgrounds of the grand scale, and by putting even the recipients of relief to work at all manner of enterprises carefully concocted so as not to interfere with private business: and it set up the Tennessee Valley Authority to do a combined job of competing with the private electric utilities, preventing floods, and teaching farmers some of the principles of conservation.”

In this fiscal stimulus era we got the worse of both worlds:

-$700 billion TARP to banks

-$200 billion to nationalize Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac

-$29 billion to bail out Bear Stearns

-$150 billion for AIG

-$350 billion for Citigroup

-$87 billion to JP Morgan for bad Lehman Brothers trades

-$200 billion in loans to banks from TAF

-$50 billion for temporary IOUs for money market accounts

-$500 billion to rescue other credit markets

The list goes on but how are the above massive targeted employment creating activities? In the end we have given or backstopped some $13 trillion in bailouts for the banks. Then, we spend a few billion in job creation activities just to say we have. This is like the one token vegetable on a plate of massive prime rib banking funds. Is it any wonder that it has taken over two years to produce a month with 100,000+ job growth? And a large number of those jobs are low wage or include 40,000+ from Census hiring.

Rule Change #4 – The New Government

During the Great Depression, whatever you may think of the policies, the government stood much closer to the people than today:

“The result of all these interventions – the reform measures, the subsidies and guarantees, the public works, the encouragement of labor, and the attempt to steer the economy as a whole – was certainly not a socialist order, at least in the old sense of the government’s taking over the management of business and industry. For the management of the vast variety of concerns remained in private hands (though it was so often hedged in by regulations, bedeviled by taxes, and opposed by unions that many an executive felt himself a prisoner of government and labor). Nor was it a free economic order, at least in the old sense of an order in which everybody’s economic fortunes were determined by the action of buyers and sellers in the open market, with the government standing aside as Herbert Hoover had tried to stand aside in 1930-31. It was something between the two: one might call it a repaired and modified form of capitalism in which – to revert to our earlier figure of speech – the government umpires were forever blowing their whistles and rushing onto the field to penalize this player or that, or to pace off a fifteen-yard gain for a hard-pressed team.”

The government today and for the last few decades has been bought by the corporatocracy. They are back to making their revenue in the same manner as they have always done! Nothing has changed. The only thing that has changed is the middle class is trillions poorer while banks somehow have trillions more in taxpayer funds. The transfer of wealth is so obvious and many Americans are waking up to this. We have not learned primary lessons from the Great Depression. We are now on path to another crisis because nothing has changed. After all, if nothing has changed then why should we expect a different result?

Liberals Gone Wild

Democrats launch downright nasty new attacks on Tea Partiers April 2, 2010 FOX News

Will Feds Use Letter Sent by Sovereign Citizen Group to Stage False Flag?

Kurt Nimmo
April 2, 2010

Following sensational news stories claiming the Guardians of the free Republics threatened state governors around the country in letters demanding they leave office or be removed, the FBI has today warned police around the country that the letters “could provoke violence,” according to the Associated Press.

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