Saturday, September 18, 2010

"Media Shills and Media Control" WE'RE HIT!!! RADIO with Mark Matheny 9-17-2010

Mark Matheny
September 18, 2010 - WE'RE HIT!!! RADIO

Mark Matheny discusses the agenda of the controlled media and the shills who work to keep Americans in the mindset of accepting a coming New World Order.

Friday, September 17, 2010

Glenn Beck the Socialist

by Phil Maymin

Glenn Beck is a polarizing person among libertarians. Some laud him for being one of the few voices on television to criticize both Democrats and Republicans as being equally complicit in growing the size of government and pointing out that there is no significant difference between them. Others view him as a phony usurper of the freedom movement.

This raises even more interesting questions than just about Beck himself: what makes a person a phony? At what point can a person with formerly statist views be considered to have had an authentic change of heart?
The funny thing is that those who think he is a true libertarian tend to watch him; those that think he is a fake do not. I was one of those who did not, and it caused a lot of debate with those who did.

 Why not watch him? He is interesting, he raises good questions, and so on.I finally watched him last night as he discussed the book Nudge by Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein. Thaler was my dissertation advisor a few years ago when I received my Ph.D. in Finance from the University of Chicago. I read an early version of their book. I even provided an extra Simpsons reference for them. I am mentioned in the acknowledgments. I have read every single post on the Nudge blog, sent them useful links, and commented on items. In short, I am intimately familiar with the themes and the content of Nudge.

Watching Beck, I discovered the truth about him: neither those who claim him as a libertarian nor those that denounce him as a phony are right. Beck is not a libertarian; he is a deep-seated socialist. But he is also not a phony; it is so deep-seated in him that he doesn’t even realize it.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

We are Headed for 15 Percent Permanent Unemployment

Everything this president does kills jobs. Just ask White Castle.

By Dan Kennedy
Business & Media Institute

9/15/2010 5:22:28 PM

At the Gap, at Old Navy, at other stores, the size labels in men’s slacks or jeans lie. Pants labeled as having a 36-in. waist actually measure to 39, 39-1/2, even 41. Why? Because men think they are thinner than they are. If a guy believes he’s a 36, but tries on pants labeled with that waist size and finds them too tight, he’s not likely not to buy at all. So pants manufacturers have learned to lie. They tell us what we want to hear. Mostly, we accept it as reality.

President Obama – our pants salesman-in-chief – is trying the same trick with the economy. A lot.  He is daily yammering about recovery, about seeing glimmers of hope, about all he has done and is doing to make the economy better, about the success of his stimulus spending spree. He is telling people the rain pouring on their heads is sunshine and hoping they’ll accept his fiction as their reality.

So, here is a very telling fact that I have not found reported in mainstream media, so this may even be breaking news.

Two fast food companies, the giant franchisor McDonalds, and the small 421-unit chain White Castle, have completed their own detailed analysis of ObamaCare and all the associated new costs aimed at them and their restaurant industry peers, and they have released their findings for us all to see. (Source: Nation’s Restaurant News Sept. 6, By White Castle’s estimates, ObamaCare will steal at least 55 percent of its net income. That’s 55 percent – more than half, for those in Congress who can’t do math. McDonalds’ estimate of losses coming to their franchise owners: 15 to 20 percent of profits, or about $50,000.00 per store.

If the president is under “41-inch waist is actually a 36” sort of delusion, that these small business owners and corporations will simply eat these gigantic losses, he is sadly, sadly mistaken. Fact is, businesses never pay taxes; they pass them on and take them out of somebody else’s hide.

So ObamaCare will:
(a) Raise prices to the greatest extent possible (a tax on the poor and the middle class), which will reduce frequency of patronage by customers and thus reduce sales volume (but preserve margin) and thus reduce quantity of employees needed and thus create new unemployment and under-employment (as full-time jobs convert to part-time jobs)
(b) Freeze or reduce wages
(c) Cause the closing of least profitable outlets and shrinkage of total number of units, killing off more jobs, and
(d) Discourage existent franchise operators from opening additional outlets and raise the bar for new operators entering the industry, stopping the creation of new jobs.

In short, hundreds of thousands of jobs are going away. And this job creation engine is about to stall out.

Most of the people to be evicted from these jobs have no replacement jobs to migrate to. For many, these are essential first-rung-on-the-ladder, starter jobs that lead upward within the food service industry or elsewhere. There are no comparable starter jobs elsewhere – certainly not in this quantity, spread evenly all across America in inner city, suburbs, small towns and rural areas. These are also jobs important to working parents, thanks to flexible scheduling. These are also jobs important to retirees and seniors. These are irreplaceable jobs about to be erased without pause by Obama, without comprehension by most complicit Congress members. Further, this industry has far-reaching impact, on huge numbers of vendors, on the communities in which they operate, on charities they support.

The destruction is not isolated either, but representative of the much broader, all-encompassing anti-business, anti-jobs atmosphere the president has created – whether deliberately or ignorantly – and seems in a hurry to make worse day by day.

Unlike the president or, I guess, the media, I am in touch with tens of thousands of small business owners and entrepreneurs. Virtually every single one of them is doing everything possible not to spend, not to invest, not to hire, and instead to cut back, cut jobs, cut workers’ hours, hoard capital. I will say it again: his is an anti-jobs transformation of the entire economy. Not just anti-business. Anti-jobs.

Appearing on Fox on Sept. 12, Obama’s new money man, Austan Goolsbee, insisted that the Obama priority of priorities has been and is to do everything possible to stimulate private sector job creation. It appears the restaurant industry would unanimously disagree.

Dan Kennedy is a serial entrepreneur, adviser to business owners, sought-after speaker and author of 14 books. His latest, “Make ‘Em Laugh & Take Their Money: A Few Thoughts on Using Humor as a Speaker or Writer or Sales Professional for Purposes of Persuasion,”  contains a selection of his BMI essays. More information about Dan can be found at, and a free collection of his business resources including newsletters and webinars at
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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Government Bans Tea Party From Celebrating U.S. Constitution

Steve Watson
Wednesday, Sept 15th, 2010

Local government representatives in an Ohio town have taken it upon themselves to prohibit a Tea Party celebration of the US Constitution, prompting a lawsuit over restrictions on First Amendment rights.

Members of the Andover Tea Party in Ohio have been informed that they cannot hold a public rally in the Town’s central square on Constitution Day (September 17) because of the group’s “political affiliation”.
The decision was taken by the Township’s trustees, and members of the Tea Party group were informed by letter that they would not be able to use the square for speakers and performances of patriotic songs.

Township officials informed the residents that speech at the Constitution Day rally could be of a “political nature,” and thus inappropriate for the public square, writes the 1851 Center for Constitutional Law, a nonpartisan, non profit law group that has filed a complaint and temporary restraining order against Andover Township (Ashtabula County) in U.S. District Court in Cleveland.

In the complaint, 1851 Center Executive Director Maurice Thompson writes, “It cannot be contested or doubted that the speech in which Plaintiffs seek to engage—honoring and discussing the fundamental law of this nation, i.e., the Constitution—is at the core of the speech protected by the First Amendment. And no venue could further reinforce such message as doing so in the center and heart of the community.”
“In this case, the communicative nature of Plaintiffs’ proposed activities, as well as the selection of the venue for such speech, is indisputably protected by the First Amendment.” Thompson adds.

A copy of the complaint and temporary restraining order are available here and here.

“The government’s action in this case, ironically, demonstrates the need for greater public understanding of Constitutional rights,” Thompson added in a written statement. “One way to do that is through commemoration of Constitution Day.”

In an interview with CNS News, Thompson elaborated on the case:
“The first thing that you note is the extreme irony of the unconstitutional prohibition of the commemoration of the Constitution.”

“[A]nd the second thing that’s notable is either the extreme arrogance or ignorance of many local government officials. There’s so much focus on federal government, yet some of the worst actors are at the ground level,” Thompson said.

A ruling is expected to be made on the case in the next 24 hours.

The Left - Right Paradigm being Shattered as Tea Party Candidate Wins In Delaware

Mark Matheny
September 15 , 2010

Now that Christine O Donnell has won in the primary for the Senate Seat in Delaware, the GOP is plotting to shut her down by not backing her in the coming elections.

We are also beginning to see the phrase "The empire's on the run" taking true shape. Americans are fed up with the current "two -headed one Party system" called the Democrats and Republicans. Now we are seeing what Gerald Celente said would be the rise of a third party.

As Zbigniew Brzezinski recently said in a recent CFR meeting,

"For the first time in all of human history, mankind is becoming politically awakened"
And with that awakening is also an awakening of action among Americans who are tired of big government, and endless bailouts. Americans are also seeing through the game of the Dem - Pubs, who like a ping- pong match, just keep hitting the ball of Global policies back and forth, with no change in the policies they push.

Dr. Carroll Quigley, a highly respected professor of history at the Foreign Service School of Georgetown University for 28-years, revealed in his 1348 page magnum opus, Tragedy and Hope (1966), how the political machine of the current two party system would work:
The chief problem of American political life for along time has been how to make the two Congressional parties more national and international…(therefore) argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one, perhaps, of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to doctrinaire and academic thinkers…Instead the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can ‘throw the rascals out' at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy (Tragedy and Hope: 1247-1248).
We have to realise that the Hegelian Dialectic formula of  thesis vs. antithesis = synthesis, is exactly the job of the two party system being ran on the masses by the master players who control them. Both parties run for the same goal, but give the appearance of choice to the American people who believe they are involved in the process. Now that we are becoming politically awakened, the establishment GOP is in an uproar because we are stopping the ping-pong ball in play, and saying "move over- we are taking control!"

The problem for those in power is how to get us back into the box they've kept us in for so long! They know that the Left-Right Paradigm is being shattered! We were supposed to be good little sheep, and vote the "bad Dems" out by picking the "good Republicans" who will now save us from destruction! (Like they have so many times before?)

However, now that the "Infowar" is on, and we as Americans are blogging and video taping, as well as writing and speaking out - the establishment has lost control of the media feeding trough. We are providing up to the minute information that is accurate and damaging to their plans.

We also see the GOP trying to worm their way into the Tea Party movement in order to subvert it and take back control. I don't believe that this will happen however, because they have overplayed their hand. We just have to be resolute in continuing the fight to restore our country to sound constitutional principles by keeping the infowar going and by exposing their plans at every level!
Keep up the good fight!!!!!!!!

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

National Infrastructure Bank: Another Trilateral Ripoff?
By Patrick Wood
September 9, 2010

Obama’s slick 2010 Labor Day speech that promised an additional Federal stimulus for a sick economy, was a ringer. Here's why -- buried in the $50 bil­lion infra­struc­ture stimulus promise is the fol­lowing statement:
It sets up an Infra­struc­ture Bank to leverage fed­eral dol­lars and focus on the smartest invest­ments.”
Infrastructure Bank? Smartest investments?
Obama would have you think that this was his brainchild, but it is not. It will, however, effec­tively cen­tralize another key area of our economy, namely infra­struc­ture, into a gov­ern­ment run enter­prise that mostly ben­efits the pri­vate capital of the global elite, and in particular, members of the Trilateral Commission.

For a historical perspective, we need to look back to August 2007 during the Bush administration when S.1926 was intro­duced (National Infra­struc­ture Bank Act of 2007) by Sen. Chris Dodd (D-CT) and Chuck Hagel (R-NE).

The failed bill pro­vided for an inde­pen­dent gov­ern­ment entity (think FDIC, for instance) with a five-member board appointed by the Pres­i­dent and con­firmed by the Senate.

In 2009, the Obama Administration promoted similar legislation introduced into the House as H.R.2521 by Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-CT)  to

"facilitate efficient investments and financing of infrastructure projects and new job creation through the establishment of a National Infrastructure Development Bank, and for other purposes." [Emphasis added]
 The Administration was so certain that this would pass (it has not) that the 2010 budget included appropriations for a National Infrastructure Bank. (See Investing for Success, Brookings Institution, p.11)

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Tea party favorite wins Delaware GOP Senate nod

Seven states and D.C. pick candidates in Tuesday's primary finale

Delaware GOP Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell is backed by the Tea Party Express. staff and news service reports
Virtually unknown a month ago, Christine O'Donnell rode a surge of support from tea party activists to victory in Delaware's Republican Senate primary Tuesday night, dealing yet another setback to the GOP establishment in a campaign season full of them. A second insurgent led for the GOP nomination in New Hampshire.

O'Donnell defeated nine-term Rep. Mike Castle, a fixture in Delaware politics for a generation and a political moderate. Republican Party officials, who had touted him as their only hope for winning the seat in the fall, made clear as the votes were being counted they would not provide O'Donnell funding against Democrat Chris Coons if she won the primary.

With unemployment high and President Barack Obama's popularity below 50 percent, Republicans said a run of hotly contested primaries this spring and summer reflected voter enthusiasm that will serve the party well in the fall. The GOP needs to gain 40 seats to take the House and 10 for control of the Senate.  

Bill "The Shill" O'rielly connects 9/11 truthers to Imam of the Ground Zero Mosque

September 14, 2010
Mark Matheny

Bill "The Shill" Orielly, working for the Globalist Media made connections between 9/11 truthers and Faisal Abdul Rauf, in an effort to smear the 9/11 truth movement and to keep people from wanting a real investigation of the events on 9/11/2001.



Monday, September 13, 2010

Tim Geithner Warns: The US Is At Risk Of A 1930s Repeat

Joe Weisenthal

Business Insider
Sept 13, 2010

If the government become paralyzed — as is arguably the case already, and is clearly a serious risk should the GOP take over — the US risks a 1930s-like scenario. At least according to Tim Geithner.

That’s the standout quote from an interview in the WSJ:

[The] typical error most countries make coming out of a financial crisis is they shift too quickly to premature restraint. You saw that in the United States in the 30s, you saw that in Japan in the 90s. It is very important for us to avoid that mistake. If the government does nothing going forward, then the impact of policy in Washington will shift from supporting economic growth to hurting economic growth.

As for the deficits question:

“We don’t have unlimited resources,” Mr. Geithner said. “We just don’t think it would be responsible for this country, given the size of our future deficits, and given the substantial burden the middle class has been bearing over the past decade in particular, to go out and borrow $700 billion from our children so we can sustain those Bush tax cuts that only go to the wealthiest 2% of Americans.”

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Gangster Government Stifles Criticism of Obamacare

Michael Barone

"There will be zero tolerance for this type of misinformation and unjustified rate increases."

That sounds like a stern headmistress dressing down some sophomores who have been misbehaving. But it's actually from a letter sent Thursday from Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to Karen Ignagni, president of America's Health Insurance Plans -- the chief lobbyist for private health insurance companies.

Sebelius objects to claims by health insurers that they are raising premiums because of increased costs imposed by the Obamacare law passed by Congress last March.

She acknowledges that many of the law's "key protections" take effect later this month and does not deny that these impose additional costs on insurers. But she says that "according to our analysis and those of some industry and academic experts, any potential premium impact ... will be minimal."

Well, that's reassuring. Er, except that if that's the conclusion of "some" industry and academic experts, it's presumably not the conclusion of all industry and academic experts, or the secretary would have said so.

Sebelius also argues that "any premium increases will be moderated by out-of-pocket savings resulting from the law." But she's pretty vague about the numbers -- "up to $1 billion in 2013." Anyone who watches TV ads knows that "up to" can mean zero.

Read the entire story

Sunday, September 12, 2010

With elections looming, U.S. poverty hitting record levels

Ranks of working-age poor approaching 1960s levels, demographers claim


Associated Press
A "no trespassing" sign is seen at the edge of a homeless camp in Sacramento, Calif., in this 2009 photo.
updated 9/11/2010 8:10:45 PM ET

WASHINGTON — The number of people in the U.S. who are in poverty is on track for a record increase on President Barack Obama's watch, with the ranks of working-age poor approaching 1960s levels that led to the national war on poverty.

Census figures for 2009 — the recession-ravaged first year of the Democrat's presidency — are to be released in the coming week, and demographers expect grim findings.

It's unfortunate timing for Obama and his party just seven weeks before important elections when control of Congress is at stake. The anticipated poverty rate increase — from 13.2 percent to about 15 percent — would be another blow to Democrats struggling to persuade voters to keep them in power.

"The most important anti-poverty effort is growing the economy and making sure there are enough jobs out there," Obama said Friday at a White House news conference. He stressed his commitment to helping the poor achieve middle-class status and said, "If we can grow the economy faster and create more jobs, then everybody is swept up into that virtuous cycle."

Interviews with six demographers who closely track poverty trends found wide consensus that 2009 figures are likely to show a significant rate increase to the range of 14.7 percent to 15 percent.

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