Friday, April 23, 2010

Special Report: Networks Hide the Decline in Credibility of Climate Change Science

ABC, CBS and NBC ignore ClimateGate scandal and still advance left-wing global warming agenda.

By Julia A. Seymour

Business & Media Institute
4/21/2010 7:21:27 PM

It’s been a rough five months for the credibility of many of the “leading” climate scientists.

First, the ClimateGate e-mails appeared to show unethical or illegal behavior of high profile scientists and a potential conspiracy to distort science for political gain. These weren’t just a few renegade scientists; in the following months, damning information came to light about the world’s leading climate alarmists and their work with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the Stern Report, the U.S. National Climate Data Center and even NASA.

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Editor's Note:You can also learn more about Climategate by going to:

Christian Theologian on Earth Day: ‘Climate Change Is the Totalitarian’s Dream Come True’

Thursday, April 22, 2010

By Penny Starr, Senior Staff Writer
E. Calvin Beisner, founder and national spokesman for the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation, spoke on Earth Day at the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C., about the dangers of global warming activism. ( Starr)

( – For E. Calvin Beisner and his colleagues at the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation (CASC), every day is Earth Day because Christians are called by God to be good stewards of the planet and its inhabitants.

Beisner believes that it is not carbon emissions but global warming activism and international climate treaties that are a threat to the nation’s future and the world’s poorest populations.

“Climate change is the totalitarian’s dream come true,” Beisner, founder of the CASC, said at a conference on Thursday at the Family Research Council in Washington. “It offers a rationale for government intrusion into every aspect of life for every person on Earth.”

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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

'Birther bill' in Arizona aims to make President Obama prove he's a 'natural born citizen'

'Birthers' are hoping an amendment to a bill in Arizona will force President Obama to prove he is a 'natural born citizen.'

By Michael Sheridan

Originally Published:Tuesday, April 20th 2010, 12:33 PM
Updated: Tuesday, April 20th 2010, 3:35 PM

If President Obama wants to run again in 2012, he may need to prove to the state of Arizona that he was in fact born in the United States.

That is, if the efforts of the fringe "birther" movement manage to turn a small win into a big victory.

An amendment made by a Republican member of the state's House of Representatives, Rep. Judy Burges, to a bill concerning how candidates can get on Arizona's ballot, would require them to show documents to prove they are a "natural born citizen."

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Peter Shiff: The Crisis Starts Now!


Here is a collection of recent news broadcasts with Peter shiff, wherein he warns of the impending economic collapse and extreme hyperinflation if more government meddling takes place with more bailouts, etc..
These broadcasts ran on March 15, 16, and 17 of 2010 respectively.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

The National Biometric ID Card: The Mark of the Beast?

by John W. Whitehead

"This calls for wisdom. If anyone has insight, let him calculate the number of the beast, for it is man's number. His number is 666." ~ Revelation 13:18

As technology grows more sophisticated and the government and its corporate allies further refine their methods of keeping tabs on the American people, those of us who treasure privacy increasingly find ourselves engaged in a struggle to maintain our freedoms in the midst of the modern surveillance state.

Just consider the many ways we’re already being monitored and tracked: through our Social Security numbers, bank accounts, purchases and electronic transactions; by way of our correspondence and communications devices – email, phone calls and mobile phones; through chips implanted in our vehicles, identification documents, even our clothing. Data corporations are capturing vast caches of personal information on you so that airports, retailers, police and other government authorities can instantly identify and track you. Add to this the fact that businesses, schools and other facilities are relying more and more on fingerprints and facial recognition to identify us. All the while, banks and other financial institutions must verify the identities of new customers and make such records of customer transactions available to the police and government officials upon request.

In recent years, this information glut has converged into a mandate for a national ID card, which came to a head with Congress’ passage of the REAL ID Act in 2005. REAL ID requires states to issue machine-readable drivers’ licenses containing a wealth of personal data. However, because the REAL ID Act has been opposed by many states due to its cost and implementation, we have yet to be subjected to a nationwide implementation of a national ID card. That may all change depending on what happens with the immigration reform bill now before Congress.

A centerpiece of the immigration bill as proposed by Senators Charles Schumer (D-NY) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC) is a requirement that all U.S. workers, citizen and resident alike, be required to obtain and carry biometric Social Security cards (national ID cards under a different name) in order to work within the United States. Attempting to appease critics of a national ID card, Schumer and Graham insist that "no government database would house everyone’s information" and that the "cards would not contain any private information, medical information, or tracking devices." However, those claims are blatantly false. Indeed, this proposed biometric card is nothing more than an end-run around opposition to a national ID card.

Civil and privacy rights advocates, as well as liberal-, conservative-, and libertarian-leaning organizations, have long raised concerns that a national ID card would enable the government to track citizens and, thus, jeopardize the privacy rights of Americans. President Reagan likened a 1981 proposal to the biblical "mark of the beast," and President Clinton dismissed a similar plan because it smacked of Big Brother.

Most recently, The Rutherford Institute and the American Civil Liberties Union, along with a host of other organizations, voiced their opposition to the biometric ID card. In a letter to both the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate Judiciary Committees, Senate Finance Committee, House Ways and Means Committee and the White House, this coalition of groups declared that such a national ID card would "not only violate privacy by helping to consolidate data and facilitate tracking of individuals, it would bring government into the very center of our lives by serving as a government permission slip needed by everyone in order to work. As happened with Social Security cards decades ago, use of such ID cards would quickly spread and be used for other purposes – from travel to voting to gun ownership." And the national biometric ID card would "require the creation of a bureaucracy that combines the worst elements of the Transportation Security Administration and state Motor Vehicle Departments."

At a minimum, these proposed cards will contain a memory device that stores distinct – and highly personal – physical or biological information unique to the cardholder such as fingerprints, retina scan information, a mapping of the veins on the top of your hand, and so on. Eventually, other information, such as personal business and financial data, will probably also be stored on these cards. For the cards to be effective, an information storage system and central database, which will be managed by the government and its corporate handlers, will be required. That means a lot of taxpayer dollars will be used to create the ultimate tracking device to be used against American citizens.

As journalist Megan Carpentier reports, "The federal government wants to spend hundreds of millions of dollars, and force employees and employers still suffering from a recession to do the same, to create and make accessible to every employer a national database of the fingerprints of all Americans from the time they are 14 years old. And they want to do it in order to keep an estimated 11.9 million unauthorized immigrants – less than 4 percent of the total population of the United States – from accessing the job market." Under threat of substantial fines by the government and in what promises to be a cumbersome, bureaucratic process, employers will have to purchase ID card scanning devices (or visit their local DMV) in order to scan the cards of every individual they wish to hire before that individual can be employed. What this amounts to, essentially, is a troubling system in which all Americans would have to get clearance from the federal government in order to get a job.

Furthermore, the law’s requirement that machine-readable technology be incorporated into the card opens the door for radio frequency identification (RFID) tags to be placed on the cards. RFID is a tiny, automatic identification system that enables data – in this case the private information of American citizens – to be transmitted by a portable device. This will provide the government with unprecedented access to American citizens’ personal information. In addition, RFID tags emit radio frequency signals that allow the government to track the movement of the cards, as well as the cardholders. In other words, wherever your card goes, so do the government monitors.

When all is said and done, the adoption of a national biometric ID card serves one purpose only: to provide the government with the ultimate control over the American people. As one commentator has remarked, this is a "naked government power grab."

The time to resist is now. If we don’t, eventually, we will all have to possess one of these cards in order to be a functioning citizen in American society. Failing to have a biometric card will render you a non-person for all intents and purposes. Your whole life will depend on this card – your ability to work, travel, buy, sell, access health care, and so on.

What we used to call science fiction is now reality. And whether a national ID card is the mark of the Beast or the long arm of Big Brother, the outcome remains the same.

April 20, 2010

Constitutional attorney and author John W. Whitehead [send him mail] is founder and president of The Rutherford Institute.

Copyright © 2010 The Rutherford Institute

Monday, April 19, 2010

False Flag Prelude? Clinton Launches Demonization Campaign On OK City Bombing Anniversary

Kurt Nimmo
April 18, 2010

Former president Bill Clinton has told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer he is worried that anti-government rhetoric will lead to violence and another Oklahoma City. He said he is concerned about people opposed to the government using the internet.

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Cliff Kincaid -- Beck Takes Sharp Turn to the Left


Editor's Note: This is a letter by Ohio resident Carolyn Lanham in response to the article at -"Beck Takes a Sharp Turn to the Left"

Letter to Cliff Kincaid in regards to ---

I had some extra time and I guess I was somewhat euphoric and a bit hasty in support over the headline of your article "Beck Takes a Sharp Turn to the Left"

 Beck is a corporate whore and Murdock who has given big bucks to Hillary writes out his paychecks, thus Beck has been with the Collectivists all along and is a part of the necon Fox Kristolite's Globalist agenda wedded to big government.

In regards to the "pull back the foreign troops" there is nothing in the Constitution that warrants us nation building and meddling in the affairs of foreign nations as George Washington warned us against. Does that make me and George a supporter of CATO--NO!!!! The defense budget should be reduced as well as all Federal spending, especially since our own government over the years has financed and subsidized our own 'created' enemies as a pretext for money making war machine profit and consolidation of power via government.

Our Constitution is trashed under the guise of fighting terrorism thus providing the excuse for the Patriot Act, Homeland Security and the building of the oppressive police state here on our own soil against those awful anti-government Constitutionalists who are now being labled terrorists. Why do you muddy up the waters?

This is not isolationism --it is putting America's interests first -- it is Constitutionalism!

 The phoney war on drugs is also an excuse for increasing the police state and when our own government is allowing the drugs to come in-- it is the number one drug pusher--does that make me pro pot? No!!

Obama the chosen puppet selected by the elite international promoters is running the same agenda as Bush, the chosen puppet did---Beck's hosting of the leftist statist CATO scholars isn't a surprise to those who know the phoney left- right paradigm of the New World Order wresting match---with the same agenda pushed by both---they are all traiters to freedom and our Constitution----it is no left and right --it is treason and we get it from both political parties, the whore media stars, groups with an agenda and those who charade under the banner of conservative neo or con, false opposition while the totalitarian state marches on--

Carolyn Lanham

Sunday, April 18, 2010

US Senate climate bill to be unveiled April 26

15 Apr 2010 22:04:19 GMT

April 17, 2010 Video from Fox News:Senate Bill coming April 26th.

Source: Reuters

* Backers hope for Senate vote in June or July

* Measure could affect states' climate control activities (Adds reaction from American Petroleum Institute)

By Richard Cowan

WASHINGTON, April 15 (Reuters) - A long-awaited compromise bill to reduce U.S. emissions of carbon dioxide and other gases blamed for global warming will be unveiled by a group of senators on April 26, sources said on Thursday.

The legislative language to be sketched out in 11 days, according to government and environmental sources, is being drafted by Democratic Senator John Kerry, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham and independent Senator Joseph Lieberman.

Backers of the environmental bill hope the unveiling will pave the way for the full Senate to debate and pass a measure in June or July if the compromise attracts enough support from a group of moderate Republicans and Democrats.

Republican Senator Judd Gregg told Reuters he was "committed to getting something that addresses our energy needs in a constructive and comprehensive way." He added he did not know yet whether he would support the bill being developed.

President Barack Obama has made climate change one of his top priorities and took steps recently to show Republicans he was serious, including expanding federal aid for building nuclear power facilities and allowing more domestic offshore oil drilling -- initiatives to be included in the Senate compromise.

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