Aug 09 07:08

Georgia Parents Fight Military High School

The decision in Georgia comes as the military is taking an ever-increasing role in U.S. public education. The Associated Press reported June 28 that the Marine Corps is in discussion with at least six school districts — including locations in suburban Atlanta, Las Vegas and New Orleans. These schools will require students to wear a uniform, participate in Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) and take military classes.Obama’s Secretary of Education Arne Duncan championed military high schools during his seven-year tenure as CEO of the Chicago school district, helping to open five military-themed schools.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is how the military is attempting to obtain more recruits without this country re-instituting a draft.

The problem is, as muscular as the Obama administration's foreign policy appears to be, even this approach cannot begin to obtain the objective of adding the massive number of troops necessary to fight those current and future wars this administration has in mind without resorting to a draft.

Aug 09 06:54

Obama’s Embrace of a Bush Tactic Riles Congress

President Obama has issued signing statements claiming the authority to bypass dozens of provisions of bills enacted into law since he took office, provoking mounting criticism by lawmakers from both parties.

Other laws Mr. Obama has said he need not obey as written include format requirements for budget requests, limits on whom he may appoint to a commission, and a restriction on putting troops under United Nations command.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Change", this isn't; it's simply more of the same, thrown at us by an infinitely more telegenic pitchman than was his predecessor.

Aug 09 06:31

Attacks on Homeless Bring Push on Hate Crime Laws

With economic troubles pushing more people onto the streets in the last few years, law enforcement officials and researchers are seeing a surge in unprovoked attacks against the homeless, and a number of states are considering legislation to treat such assaults as hate crimes.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

States and municipalities are impotent to really help the homeless, so what do legislators do? Create laws to stiffen penalties against abuse of the homeless.

It makes the legislators feel somewhat better about themselves, as though they have "done something"; but it does absolutely nothing to fix the problem.

Aug 08 22:09

Throwing punches at Obamacare opposition

Why is is that whenever the current US regime finds opposition to statist policies, it is always the work of some “conspiracy?”

Aug 08 18:42

Resistance to Oppression and Slavery is Hatemongering

This guy, Frank Schaeffer, is mentally ill. But then again, the desire to control and rule over others, and micro-manage their lives through government central planning, is indeed a despicable illness. According to your wannabee controllers, you are a hatemonger and a racist for wanting to be free.

Aug 08 16:51

No Survivors Found as 2 Aircraft Collide

Helicopter and Small Plane Plunge Into Hudson; 9 Aboard

Caught on Film

Aug 08 13:37

Why They Really Want to Kill Off the Elderly and Disabled

What's really behind the push in the healthcare bill to limit, by government decree, healthcare options? It's because of the government's medicare Ponzi scheme that makes Bernie Madoff look like just a simple short-game grifter.

Aug 08 09:54

What If History Happened To Someone Else

What if history happened differently, the facts are the same but the people and places are different. Picture it...let me take you on a trip, a trip back in time. The names and groups I have used are only to show a point, in no way, shape or form do these groups actually have plans or beliefs that mirror image this written piece.

Aug 08 09:23

The Start Of The Second American Revolution?

The establishment is scared to death that Americans may see beyond the scope of their partisan divisions and come together to stand up in unison against the offshore bankers and corporations that run the White House, which is why the constant politicized drumbeat that the protesters are nothing more than astroturf Republicans is constantly echoed.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Memo the Obama administration; please don't begin to characterize me as an "enemy" because I am a peaceful, thinking, caring person with some some acute differences of opinion with you on the direction this administration is taking this country.

The policies, both domestic, international, and financial, with their attendant taxation, are not putting this country on a path toward recovery; they are doing precisely the opposite.

The costs of these wars without end, for which this administration seems to have such an insatiable appetite, will be our undoing as a nation.

The tax money that has been spent, and the money borrowed from countries like China to pursue these wars, has caused this country to be carry a massive deficit from which it may never recover.

Yes, many of us are legitimately angry. We understand that we are experiencing the new version of "taxation without representation." Oh yes, we have that kabuki-esque spectacle of elections every so often, but this has become totally irrelevant to the direction of American policy.

Those people called congressional representatives no longer represent the will of their constituents; they have become "acquisitions" of the large corporations which fund their campaigns, overtly and covertly. So that's who gets represented and whose needs get met; not the needs of We the People.

We have stopped being a representative government, and have become, instead, a cronyocracy or more accurately a corporate-ocracy.

And that consistent, dull, thumping sound, echoing all across the country is being caused by the founding fathers, turning over in their graves at warp speed.

Aug 08 08:17

Another Hurdle for the Jobless: Credit Inquiries

Out of work since December, Juan Ochoa was delighted when a staffing firm recently responded to his posting on with an opening for a data entry clerk. Before he could do much more, though, the firm checked his credit history.

The interest vanished. There were too many collections claims against him, the firm sai

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It's a vicious circle, for many people in this country who have lost their jobs through no fault of their own.

Aug 08 07:52


Admit it; you knew this was coming, right?

Text reads: "Turning coffee into radio shows since 2007"

Aug 08 06:31

The World Needs A Breather From The U.S.

And they will get it sooner than many think!

Aug 08 06:00

“Well What If There Is No Tomorrow…

So what goes into the making of a contemporary American revolutionary? What turns an ordinary law abiding, relatively sedate and insular, American Idol watching couch potato into an informed and committed citizen prepared to incur risk and make meaningful prolonged personal sacrifice aimed at reclaiming our country? Two things: truth and suffering.

Aug 07 23:43

General Motors freed of obligations for polluted property under bankruptcy

GM’s unusual, government-engineered bankruptcy allowed the Detroit automaker to emerge as a new company — and to shed billions in liabilities, including claims that governments had against GM for polluting.

Aug 07 19:36

Driver gets £60 fine after moving a yard through red light to let police van on 999 call pass

A driver was fined for moving a yard through a red light to allow a police van responding to an emergency call to pass.

Phillip Lilley was waiting at a junction in Droylsden, Manchester when he saw the police van behind him with its blue lights on and sirens blaring.

The 36-year-old, watched two cars drive through the red light before edging his black Lexus forward so the van could pass.

But he was left stunned when, a few days later, he got a letter to say he had been caught on camera jumping the light. He was given a £60 fine and three penalty points.

Aug 07 08:03

Ron Paul: Government Is A Failure

“I don’t remember seeing the people so angry as they are now, but I think what they have discovered is that the government is a failure… I think a lot of people have come to the realisation that you can’t trust government.”

“That’s a healthy start. It is our job now to fill the void and tell them what the role of government ought to be, so that we can take all this energy and anger and redirect it.”

Aug 07 07:51

Is Obama's Healthcare "Snitch" Program Unconstitutional?

Judge Andrew Napolitano gives the legal & constitutional perspective on Obama's request to flag and report people with differing views on healthcare:

Aug 07 06:23

Google Bans and Buries Web Sites: 6 Search Engine Showdowns

The Internet giant has very specific guidelines for Web sites that want to be found with its search engine. But when those sites don't comply, it isn't long before they get a slap on the wrist or worse.

"If a site has been penalized, it may no longer show up in results on or on any of Google's partner sites," Google says on a page devoted to Webmaster guidelines.

Aug 06 20:27

A Swine Flu Windfall for GlaxoSmithKline?

A Swine Flu Windfall for GlaxoSmithKline?
By Kerry Capell
British pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is set to reap billions as fear of the swine flu pandemic grows. The world's second-largest drug company has secured orders from 16 countries for 195 million doses of the vaccine it is developing against the H1N1 virus, which has killed more than 740 people worldwide.

Aug 06 20:24

German guinea pigs.How Safe Is the Swine Flu Vaccine?

How Safe Is the Swine Flu Vaccine?
Swine flu symptoms may generally be mild but in a bid to prevent a pandemic health officials and pharmaceutical companies are planning to administer a new, little-tested vaccine to millions of Germans. Meanwhile, officials in the United States are taking a more cautious approach to fighting the virus.

Aug 06 18:34

The west's moral failure over Georgia

One year ago, Georgia's leaders ordered a military attack on unarmed civilians in South Ossetia. By any common understanding this action was a war crime and the ensuing conflict led to recognised independence for Abkhazia and South Ossetia, of which we are the elected leaders.

From the moment of the Georgian attack there has been a vast moral abdication in the west, among politicians, intellectuals and media – a failure to honestly confront what Georgia did. This moral failure has profound consequences for us and it is preventing western leadership from dealing realistically with the new boundaries of nationhood here.

Aug 06 18:19

Voice of Reason - Peter Schiff for Senate 2010

At the time of this posting, Peter Schiff has raised over $475,000 in donations for his Senate bid in Connecticut. Tomorrow, 8.7.09, is the "Schiffathon moneybomb", part of the initiative.

Aug 06 16:49

George Sodini's Blog "The Pennsylvania Gym shooter"

Why do this?? To young girls? Just read below. I kept a running log that includes my thoughts and actions, after I saw this project was going to drag on.

November 5, 2008:

Aug 06 13:59

Man At Town Hall: "You Need To Get The Government The Hell Out Of Our Way"

Webmaster's Commentary: 

A common and growing sentiment.

Aug 06 12:43

After 34 years, Lynette 'Squeaky' Fromme to be released

The president she once pointed a gun at has been dead for nearly three years, and her longtime idol and leader, Charles Manson, remains in prison.

However, Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme is about to get her first taste of real freedom in more than three decades.

According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Fromme, now 60, is set to be released on parole August 16.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

But Leonard Peltier, convicted of a murder the evidence suggests was committed by other parties, remains in jail.

Aug 06 08:32

It's official, Rand Paul is in

Rand Paul announces his Senate run on Cavuto 08-05-09. - Money Bomb slated for August 20th

Aug 06 08:02

Droning On

When TAC asked me for a piece on military drones, I had to consider which variety of drone was most important: the drone aircraft, the drones who operate the aircraft, or the drones back in the Pentagon who think drive-by shootings can win wars.

Aug 05 07:20


Aug 05 07:08

Drunk and High...and So F***ing Selfish

My wife, and thousands like her, had no choice. Their lives were savagely ripped from them. I know what it feels like to live through horrific death. I also know what it feels like to raise a 2-year-old by myself. But what I don't know is why people continue to make stupid, irresponsible and selfish choices that bring on such horror and cause death to so many.

Aug 05 04:42

Preliminary Injunction Filed To Stop Forced Flu Vaccinations

Austrian journalist, Jane Burgermeister, recently filed criminal charges with the FBI against the World Health Organization (WHO), the United Nations (UN), and several of the highest ranking government and corporate officials, including Barack Obama & the Rothchilds, concerning bioterrorism and attempts to commit mass murder. She has also prepared an injunction against forced vaccination which is being filed in America. These actions follow her charges filed in April against Baxter AG and Avir Green Hills Biotechnology of Austria for producing contaminated bird flu vaccine, alleging this was a deliberate act to cause and profit from a pandemic.

Aug 04 18:26

Marines Ban Twitter, MySpace, Facebook

The U.S. Marine Corps has banned Twitter, Facebook, MySpace and other social media sites from its networks, effective immediately.

The Marines’ ban will last a year. It was drawn up in response to a late July warning from U.S. Strategic Command, which told the rest of the military it was considering a Defense Department-wide ban on the Web 2.0 sites, due to network security concerns. Scams, worms, and Trojans often spread unchecked throughout social media sites, passed along from one online friend to the next. “The mechanisms for social networking were never designed for security and filtering. They make it way too easy for people with bad intentions to push malicious code to unsuspecting users,” a Stratcom source told Danger Room.

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Aug 04 18:18

Aussie straps in beer, not child

A car driver in Australia has been fined for strapping down his beer rather than his young child.

Police said they were "shocked and appalled" when they pulled over the car south of Alice Springs in Australia's Northern Territory.

They said the 30-can pack of beer was strapped down between two adults in the back, with the five-year-old child unrestrained on the floor.

Aug 04 13:10

The Challenge of Black Nationalism

The Challenge of Black Nationalism
by Dr. Conrad W.Worrill, PhD.
July 30, 2009
Finally, the Black Nationalist tradition, today, is spearheaded through the African Centered Education Movement. The mass acceptance of Kwanzaa, African Liberation Day, Buy Black Campaigns, the Reparations Movement, and Controlling Our Own Communities Campaigns are all part of the ongoing Black Nationalist tradition.
Without vigorous Black Nationalist thinking and an aggressive Black Nationalist program of action, we will continue to chase false dreams created by our oppressors. We must put an end to this!

Aug 04 09:37


In his rousing speech to the NAACP, President Obama praised the civil rights leaders of the past whose sacrifices "began the journey that has led me (to the White House.) He neglected to mention, however, that the majority of those civil rights leaders, most notably Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., opposed the war in Viet Nam and, if they were alive today, likely would oppose his escalation of the war in Afghanistan.

Aug 04 09:33

British Lance-Corporal Joe Glenton refuses to go to Afghanistan

Lance-Corporal Joe Glenton, facing court-martial for refusing to be redeployed to Afghanistan, has written to Prime Minister Gordon Brown, saying in part:

"The war in Afghanistan is not reducing the terrorist risk, far from improving Afghan lives it is bringing death and devastation to their country. Britain has no business there. I do not believe that our cause in Afghanistan is just or right. I implore you, sir, to bring our soldiers home."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is one very brave, and honest, human being.

Aug 04 09:27

UK Army families 'forced to rely on charity food handouts'

Army families are being forced to rely on charity food handouts because they cannot make ends meet on the wages paid to low-ranking soldiers, it has been reported.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Unflipping believable, and yet just another indication of the consummate contempt in which Parliament holds their soldiers and their families.

Aug 04 09:03

Wham Bam Bananastan

Mr. Obama is allowing the warmongery to steer him into a course of action that will make America the latest superpower to impale itself on the far side of the Khyber Pass. In 1978 Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jimmy Carter’s national security adviser, manipulated events in a way that turned Afghanistan into the Soviet Union’s Vietnam. "The West should not repeat the mistakes that the Soviets made," he now says. "We are now running the risk of unintentionally duplicating what the Soviets were doing."

Sun Tzu noted, "No nation ever profited from a long war." A headline banner at the Department of Defense Web site reads, "The United States Is a Nation Engaged in What Will Be a Long War."

Aug 04 07:23

Grieving mother fined £86 by crematorium for taking too long to say goodbye to dead baby boy

At his funeral, she could not bear to leave his tiny coffin and spent a few extra precious minutes with it before allowing it to be taken away for cremation.

Her grief turned to shock, however, when officials told her she had taken too long to say goodbye – and fined her £86.

Aug 03 13:50

N.J. Officer Allegedly Performed Sex Acts On Cows

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The ugly secret behind "Whipped Cream!"

Aug 03 12:05

Obama's Cash for Repos,Stickin' it to da Man

Cash for Repos
August 3, 2009 8:52 am MadBrad
I could say that the name of the customer is Barack Hussein Obama, a guy who did a song and dance to have the opportunity to drive a vehicle he isn’t qualified to drive right into the dirt and then walk away from it saying; “It ain’t nuttin’ but a thang, I really stuck it to da Man”.
What I am really going to enjoy laughing about is how many of the vehicles that have been purchased under the “Cash for Clunkers” program are going to be driven like they were stolen (because they were) and will then be reposessed after they have been mostly destroyed and are only worth a fraction of their original value.

Aug 03 09:28

Getting Prepared for the Great Collapse

It seems that I am enjoying my moment in the limelight, because I am one of the very few people who several years ago unequivocally predicted the demise of the United States as a global superpower.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Wow! I know what THAT feels like! :)

Aug 03 08:55

Two killed in New Bedford Mass. Gas Leak

NECN: New Bedford, Mass.) - Ten people have been taken to the hospital after some type of chemical spill this morning at ABC Disposal Service, Inc. in New Bedford, Massachusetts.

The building is located at 1245 Shawmut Avenue in New Bedford, Massachusetts.

This is a solid waste company that does not typically deal with hazardous waste.

Lt. Jeffrey Silva of the New Bedford, Massachusetts, Police Department joins NECN via telephone to offer an update on the situation.

There were no evacuations from any nearby homes.

The cause of the incident remains under investigation.

Aug 03 08:48

Boosting compounds called adjuvants complicate licensing of pandemic vaccines

TORONTO — As swine flu vaccine becomes available in coming months, boosting compounds known as adjuvants may stretch out limited supplies. But they also pose special challenges for vaccine regulatory agencies in places like Canada and the United States.

Neither country has licensed flu vaccines with adjuvants in them before, making the addition of the oil-and-water emulsions a potential hurdle to plans to fast-track pandemic vaccines. Fast-tracking is based on the premise the vaccine is the same as seasonal flu shots, just targeting a different virus.

Aug 03 08:34

Police detain Israelis, Americans linked to massive U.S. tax fraud

The police arrested a number of Israelis and Americans who allegedly defrauded U.S. tax authorities, Army Radio reported on Monday.

The suspects are alleged to have masterminded a scheme whereby they fraudulently obtained tax refunds totaling tens of millions of dollars which were then transferred to various bank accounts in Israel.

A hearing is scheduled for Monday afternoon in the Tel Aviv Magistrate's Court, where the suspects will be arraigned.

They are being held on charges of money laundering, fraud, forgery and a number of tax offenses.

The affair follows a similar case last month in which 11 Israelis were arrested for allegedly swindling elderly Americans out of more than $25 million in a telemarketing sting.

Aug 03 08:23

Why a third of women want to give up work to look after their children

More than a third of working mothers want to quit their jobs to look after their children, research suggests.

A further six in ten would like to reduce their hours to spend more time with their young ones, the Government-backed study found.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

In the 1990s, feminists exhorted women to leave their homes and go to work. The feminists didn't say women should have a choice in the matter. The social expectation of home-maker was simply replaced with a new social expectation of career path. The door was not merely opened into the executive quite; women were kicked through it. Indeed women who wanted to stay at home with their children were looked on as socially inferior.

Then the economy started to change and women in the workplace discovered they could not go back to staying at home with the kids. Two working parents became the social norm, with the government happy as hell to collect the additional taxes. Raising the children feel to the school/indoctrination centers and TV. Mom's home-cooked meals gave way to processed food. Profits and revenues went up while the social and health consequences continued to climb.

Behind the revenue stream was a darker issue. In hindsight, the push to make women independent came with a parallel program to demonize men, call them all potential rapists, and make them disposable. Looking back it was obvious even then that a prolonged war was being planned and men had to be freed up to be soldiers.

The 1990s was a repeat of the "Rosie the Riveter" campaign that lured WW2 women out of their homes and into the factories so that the men could be shipped off to be killed in war.

After WW2 ended the media pushed the image of "mother at home" as new fashion ideal. TV shows like "Leave it to Beaver" and "Father knows best" persuaded women to leave the factories in order that returning soldiers would find jobs. It was all social engineering and manipulation and while it may have worked well in the 1950s, women today with a sense of history are realizing they have been scammed and that what they thought was freedom of choice was really just another imposed societal expectation. The extra cash they thought they would earn has all but vanished into higher taxes and child-care costs, not to mention the expensive wardrobe, second car and other accouterments of the modern workplace. Meanwhile women are just now realize what men have known all along; it is painful to watch ones children grow up from afar.

Woken want out. But they are trapped just as trapped as they were told they were when they stayed at home with the kids.

Aug 03 08:23


One has to wonder why people never learn from the lessons of history. Why is it that the rulers and enforcers of laws turn a blind eye to the atrociousness and retributions leveled upon them from days past, justified by the brutality of power madness currently sweeping the landscape? Do they think they are going to continue along this destructive path and not suffer the consequences when history repeatedly proves otherwise? Are they that stupid to believe they can treat people like herds of stock and not get gored?

Aug 03 07:45

Alex in Top form

And so our enslavement begins...

Aug 03 06:56

Google launches rare ad campaign to sell more apps

Google Inc. is so well known that it has become a synonym for search, making advertising unnecessary. Getting businesses to buy Google's online suite of office applications requires a little more elbow grease and marketing muscle.

In a rare commercial campaign, Google is leasing billboards along major highways in New York, San Francisco, Chicago and Boston this month to promote a bundle of business applications that sells for $50 per worker annually. A different message will be displayed each weekday through August, starting with Monday morning's commute.

Aug 02 10:11

Members of state workers union grant authorization for strike

California's largest state employees' union voted on Saturday to approve a strike authorization measure to protest furloughs of state workers and pressure state officials to ratify its labor contract.

A spokesman for Service Employees International Union Local 1000 said a strike was not imminent but that the vote authorized union officers to initiate certain job actions, including a strike if necessary.

The SEIU represents about 95,000 state employees, including clerical workers and teachers.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Given California's current economic situation, this union may very well find itself broken if they actually strike.

Aug 02 09:03

A chip off the old block.

Write them off as impromptu indiscretions, or as off-the-cuff remarks not to be taken as formal expressions of policy, but diplomatic time-bombs tossed casually in the past month by his Vice President and his Secretary of State are exposing President Barack Obama to something dangerously close to ridicule on the international stage.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The only "change" we have witnessed from this administration is that of having an infinitely more telegenic pitch-person feeding us precisely the same kind of tripe the previous administration attempted to ram down the throats of Americans; the only difference here appears to be that Obama looks infinitely better doing and saying precisely what Bush and his minions did and said.

This is going to lead to calamitous problems geopolitically in the weeks and months ahead.

Aug 02 08:36

Enough Happy Talk

A recent article, "Happiness Consultants Won't Stop A Depression" by Chris Hedges really hit home for me.

I live with a man who wants to believe that if you put a "positive" spin on something, that something will magically become truly positive.

This sort of crazy culturally induced wishful, magical, narcissistic, childish, cowardly thinking and intellectual, psychological & spiritual laziness makes me absolutely insane.

Hey ­ it's self-benefiting reciprocity all over again ­ meaning that I won't call you on your lies if you won't call me on mine.

Aug 02 01:29

Massive demonstration, serious jam in Malaysia capital

More than 30,000 people took part in a massive demonstration against the Internal Security Act (ISA) in the city towards the National Palace to hand over a memorandum to the King on the abolishment of the ISA.

Aug 01 13:12

The Only Thing Weirder Than The Birthers....

The only thing weirder than the Birthers are the anti-Birthers, who blame the Birthers for being conspiracy theorists yet actively feed the conspiracy by refusing to call for President Obama to release his birth certificate.

Aug 01 08:00

Health and safety row over man who died in 18in of water as 999 teams were told it was too risky to rescue him

Police, firemen and paramedics refused to go to the aid of an accident victim who was drowning in just 18 inches of water... because they believed it was too dangerous.

A senior fire officer banned his men from using ropes and ladders to climb down a 15ft bank to the victim after carrying out a ‘risk assessment’.

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Aug 01 03:54

Emails Show Rove's Role In U.S. Attorney Firings

The Washington Post and New York Times have obtained emails that offer glimpses into Rove's role in the firing of certain of the U.S. attorneys. They jibe closely with many similar emails that were released last year as part of a Justice Department inspector general report which essentially found that the firings were engineered by Rove and other White House officials.

Jul 31 17:01

Two Guys Walk Into A Bar...

...One of them starts bellowing "Drinks for everybody" the other guy glances sideways and says ; "What's up with that ?" the first guy says ;
"Profit reports push Dow to best July in 20 years"

Jul 31 15:29

Michelle Obama’s Patient Dumping Scandal Revealed!

Hope And Change: Michelle Obama’s Patient Dumping Scandal Revealed!
Written by: Uncle Seth The Noble on Thursday, July 23rd, 2009
This story premiered on Hannity’s America last night. It involves Michelle Obama being at the center of a controversy when she worked in a Chicago hospital that is being accused of turning away medicare patients and those that have no insurance for those that have private plans, plans that pay hospitals higher premiums.

Jul 31 13:37

Readar Photos - Rally for Peltier in Waikiki

Jul 31 09:13

Corporate Media Gets You Ready for Your Forced Experimental Vaccination

Northcom has a plan “on the table” for “five regional military teams” to back up FEMA when the pandemic hits.

Jul 31 08:44

Politicians: Wake The Hell Up

Our government has become an unacceptable and unaccountable den of liars and thieves, and the people are getting damn tired of it. The evidence of extreme dissatisfaction, which may rise beyond the soapbox and ballot box if this trend is not reversed and soon, is clear. Nobody with a shred of intelligence wants to see the inevitable outcome of a government that refuses to follow the law itself, refuses to prosecute criminal wrongdoing by favored parties, and refuses to listen to the electorate on the issues of the day, instead mollycoddling those who have committed massive fraud upon the public and giving them hundreds of billions of dollars in hand-outs funded by the very people they ripped off in the first place!

Jul 31 08:32

Town halls gone wild

Screaming constituents, protesters dragged out by the cops, congressmen fearful for their safety — welcome to the new town-hall-style meeting, the once-staid forum that is rapidly turning into a house of horrors for members of Congress.

On the eve of the August recess, members are reporting meetings that have gone terribly awry, marked by angry, sign-carrying mobs and disruptive behavior. In at least one case, a congressman has stopped holding town hall events because the situation has spiraled so far out of control.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It will be tar and feathers next!

Jul 31 08:25

Obama's empire

Unfortunately, many of the Obama administration's diplomatic efforts are being directed towards maintaining and garnering new access for the US military across the globe.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

What we are getting from Obama is nothing even remotely close to change.

It's more of the same crud we got from Bush, just using an infinitely more telegenic and intelligent pitch-man up front; that's the only discernible difference between these two administrations so far.

Jul 31 07:22

Obama's Empire

Jul 31 07:06

'It burned straight away': Mother reveals how yobs threw bleach over her after she asked them to be quiet during Harry Potter film

A mother who was badly burned in a bleach attack after asking a group of youths to be quiet during the new Harry Potter film has today spoken for the first time about her ordeal.

The woman, who does not want to be named, was followed by yobs after the screening which she saw with her husband and two children.

The family were in a nearby restaurant when the bleach was thrown over her head by two youths who followed them inside.

The woman needed hospital treatment for burns and may have permanent damage to her eyes.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The people of a nation will be no more moral than their leaders.

Phony Tony Blair lied to help George Bush start a war and threw bombs all over the Iraqis. The yobs are just showing their respect for their leaders.

Jul 31 06:55

A cry for freedom and against injustice

In 1977 Leonard Peltier, a member of the American Indian Movement and civil-rights group for native Americans, was jailed for the murder of two FBI agents.

Since then, his supporters have claimed Leonard Peltier is a political prisoner in the U.S. and the FBI falsified evidence to frame the activist.

Jul 31 06:52

Study: Bank Bonuses Far Exceeded Profits

Several financial giants that received federal bailout money in the last year paid out bonuses to employees in 2008 that greatly exceeded the amount of profit generated by the banks, according to a study on executive compensation released by New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo Thursday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Translation: We the People got the short, sharp end of the shaft with the bailout, paid for by our tax dollars.

Jul 31 04:48

Government’s Chief Swine Flu Propagandist is Hired by ABC

This ought to tell you what the government-media coalition has planned for us down the road concerning its swine flu crisis and the militarization of health care. ABC certainly had to offer a sweet pot to entice Dr. Besser to jump from government mouthpiece to media mouthpiece. There’s a big job planned for this fella. Red flag anyone?

Jul 30 23:08

Ron Paul: What Are They So Afraid Of?

Dr. Paul responding to Wall Street, the corporate media, and Chairman Bernanke's propaganda campaign against the audit of the Fed HR1207 and S604.

Jul 30 12:08


One has to wonder why people never learn from the lessons of history. Why is it that the rulers and enforcers of laws turn a blind eye to the atrociousness and retributions leveled upon them from days past, justified by the brutality of power madness currently sweeping the landscape? Do they think they are going to continue along this destructive path and not suffer the consequences when history repeatedly proves otherwise? Are they that stupid to believe they can treat people like herds of stock and not get gored?

Jul 29 15:45

Save The Coyote Den…Just Two Days Left!

Jul 29 14:19

Rally calls for justice for Leonard Peltier

Jul 29 13:46

Here comes the War

The Pentagon is preparing to make troops available if necessary to help the Federal Emergency Management Agency tackle a potential outbreak of the H1N1 virus this fall, FOX News has confirmed.

the military has weapons, so are they going to shoot the flu? I don't think so

Jul 29 13:37

Edge of Chaos

Surfing through the blogosphere (haven't heard that term for awhile), it should seem obvious to the open minded that the world is teetering on the brink of disaster. While the likes of William Cooper, Alex Jones, and Mike Rivero have been warning us for decades about the looming death and destruction, the governments of the world keep stumbling along through the sewage and wreckage just barely keeping our heads above the effluent enabling the naysayers to squeak, "where is this big crash in which you crazies speak?"

Jul 29 12:31

Unjustly slammed, Lucia Whalen speaks out

Lucia Whalen speaks out
Who should be blamed for this woman's turmoil and the consequences of her acting as a responsible citizen?
Simple... the two race pimps... Henry Gates... and the President of the United States.
Wednesday, July 29, 2009 in Plainly Setting the Record Straight |

Jul 29 11:59

READER PHOTOS - Vigil for Leonard Peltier

Jul 29 10:46

Report: Stormy Daniels's Adviser Has Car Bombed

This is the same guy who worked with Deborah Jeane Palfrey.

Jul 29 10:42

At a Border Crossing, Security Trumps Openness

Four years ago, when the federal General Services Administration unveiled its plans for a new border-crossing station here in northeastern New York State, the design was presented as part of the agency’s campaign to raise the dismal standards of government architecture. Even many in the famously fractious architectural community celebrated the complex — particularly its main building, emblazoned with glossy yellow, 21-foot-high letters spelling “United States” — as a rare project the government could point to with pride.

Yet three weeks ago, less than a month after the station opened, workers began prying the big yellow letters off the building’s facade on orders from Customs and Border Protection. The plan is to dismantle the rest of the sign this week.

Jul 29 10:12

Sex with horse? S.C. man charged 2nd time

A Conway, S.C., woman who had video surveillance of a man having sexual intercourse with one of her horses said she found the suspect behind her barn Monday night and pointed a shotgun at his head until police arrived and arrested him.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The horse insists they are really in love.

Jul 29 10:02

Rasmussen: 75% of Americans Favor Auditing The Fed

So much for the ongoing secrecy of the nation’s independent central banking system. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 75% of Americans favor auditing the Federal Reserve and making the results available to the public.

Over half the members of the House now support a bill giving the Government Accounting Office, Congress’ investigative agency, the authorization to audit the books of the Federal Reserve Board.

Support for the bill has grown now that the Obama administration is proposing to give the Fed greater economic regulatory powers.

Jul 29 09:47

New Policy Allows Police To Shoot At Fleeing Cars

The new policy, from police Supt. Jody Weis and confirmed by WBBM Newsradio 780 Wednesday morning, allows police officers to shoot at fleeing vehicles if the driver or passengers are suspected of committing a felony.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This will last until a bystander on the far side of the car gets killed.

Jul 29 09:28

Lead Fever

When they finally cross the line and declare martial law for what ever myriad of reasons that may or may not be orchestrated by "them," will we have descended to the final stage that brings us to shooting the bastards? Each person alive has to deal with the line in the sand that states "enough."

Jul 29 08:41

Illegal Organ Trafficking

This is a telephone interview from 7/24/09 that was done with Anthropologist Nancy Scheper-Hughes where she talks about how she blew the whistle on Brooklyn's organ bazaar.

There are a couple of interesting Jewish call-ins. If I got the gist of it correct, it seems there are issues with Jews wanting to buy organs because many don't believe in desecrating bodies after death so they won't use donated organs from those who die. One lady's attitude was "Why should I put this burden on my family if I can buy the kidney instead?"
It also appears there are some hospitals that don't mind doing surgery on these possibly unwilling "donors".

Via NPR out of NYC. It's about 38 mins long and well worth listening to.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Nancy Scheper-Hughes is the woman who told the FBI a year ago that Rosenbaum was trafficking in black-market human organs.

The FBI did nothing about it.

Jul 29 08:09

Obama's Doctor: President's Vision For Health Care Bound To Fail

Than man Barack Obama consulted on medical matters for over two decades said on Tuesday that the president's vision for health care reform is bound for failure.

Dr. David Scheiner, a 70-year Chicago-based physician who treated Obama for more than 20 years, said he was disheartened by the health care legislation his former patient is championing, calling it piecemeal and ineffectual.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

First, the Federal government is broke, busted, and will have one heck of a time not defaulting on its current financial obligations as it is without funding this program.

Secondly, what we don't need right now is an entirely new class of bureaucrats in Washington with the power to override patients' physicians when it comes to healthcare decisions.

Jul 29 08:07

Edge of Chaos

Surfing through the blogosphere (haven't heard that term for awhile), it should seem obvious to the open minded that the world is teetering on the brink of disaster. While the likes of William Cooper, Alex Jones, and Mike Rivero have been warning us for decades about the looming death and destruction, the governments of the world keep stumbling along through the sewage and wreckage just barely keeping our heads above the effluent enabling the naysayers to squeak, "where is this big crash in which you crazies speak?"

Jul 29 07:47

In Virginia town, health fair tends to America's poor

Remote Area Medical (RAM), a traveling collective of volunteer medical practitioners, was set up in 1985 by British expatriate Stan Brock, who wanted to take medical care to those who were too poor, or live in areas too remote, to otherwise access it.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

What Brock and his volunteers do is nothing short of miraculous.

At the same time, for a country which can spend billions to pursue wars without end, this is an absolute moral outrage, to say nothing of a colossal embarrassment for US government.

The legislation currently before congress is not the way to fix this.

But other countries, like Belgium, have managed to make sure that their people can access care when they need it, without breaking the national bank; why can't the US?!?

Jul 29 06:24

Martial Law and the War on Terrorism

The New York Times reported last week that the Bush administration considered sending in the U.S. military to arrest the so-called Lackawanna Six in 2002. Ironically, one of the worst prosecutorial overreaches by the Justice Department in the war on terror almost resulted in a temporary period of martial law.

The Lackawanna Six was a group of half-a-dozen Yemeni-Americans from a Buffalo suburb who traveled to Pakistan and Afghanistan in the spring and summer of 2001 and attended an al-Qaeda training camp. Some members of the group asserted that they fled the camp after they heard appeals for violence against America.

Jul 29 06:15

Beluga whale 'saves' diver

A drowning diver has told how she was saved by a whale that pushed her back to the surface when she suffered crippling cramps

Yang Yun thought she was going to die when her legs were paralysed by arctic temperatures during a free diving contest without any breathing equipment.

Jul 29 06:09

World's tallest tower to open for public on Dec 2

The world's tallest building Burj Dubai will be thrown open to the public on December 2, to coincide with UAE's National Day.

The opening date of the building has been a closely guarded secret for years – however, a senior architect working on the project has confirmed that December 2 has been set aside for the opening, the Arabian Business reported.

Jul 29 05:04

Distrust of Government Blunting Obama's Pursuit of New Programs

Thank God!

Jul 28 22:48

Flashback Wrh Radio interview with Ry about Native Americans

In light of Leonard Peltier possibly getting out of jail for a crime there was never evidence he committed, I'd like the re-link to this radio interview I did with Mike Rivero who is one of the best in alt media to speak up for Natives. In this interview I recommended the film "Lakota Woman" I stand by that. It goes over the Peltier case as well, and shows just how bad the GOONS were and how Natives mineral rights were sold to DC illegally by prejudice white police in the 70s.

Jul 28 17:08

US Real ID Is UN Global Surveillance Tracking Compliant

Folklore by Tom DeWeese
July 6, 2009
Mandatory IDs containing biometric information in international databases that can track our every move through CCTV cameras on every street corner, which monitor our facial expressions and measure our sweat - are not tools to make us safer. They are the weapons of tyranny designed to keep the government safe from apparently "dangerous criminals" who believe in the Constitution of the United States - the very document every single American public official from the President to the police officers swore to protect and defend. Does that connect enough dots for you

Jul 28 16:09

liberty news radio network archives are now free!!

Jul 28 14:55

7 arrested in North Carolina on terrorism charges

The indictment did not allege that the group was plotting attacks on U.S. soil.

If convicted, the suspects, all but one of whom are U.S. citizens, could face life in prison.

Jul 28 12:38

Rockefeller Operative Named to New York Fed

The New York Federal Reserve will get an old school insider to replace a Goldman Sachs insider.

The chief executive of the nonprofit business organization Partnership for New York City, Kathryn Wylde, has been named a director on the New York Federal Reserve Bank’s Board.

Jul 28 11:12

Leonard Peltier: brutal cop killer, political prisoner, or symbol of a defeated people?

Over the years, these have been many and famous: among them, naturally, the former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, as well as Pope John Paul II, Nelson Mandela, the actor Robert Redford, the European Parliament, various national legislatures in Europe, a former UN commissioner for human rights and Amnesty International. Amnesty does not classify Peltier as a prisoner of conscience, but it too is urging that parole be granted, because of doubts about whether his trial was fair and whether political factors played a part in his conviction.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The parole hearing is over. Results expected soon, but parole board has up to 21 days to make its decision known.

We hope for justice, but too many people in power are afraid of yet another embarrassment walking around free to talk to the world press. I am expecting that Peltier will get the same treatment as the torture victims at Guantanamo, life behind bars and away from the eyes of the public.

Jul 28 10:59

Archbishop Desmond Tutu on the Leonard Peltier case

Jul 27 20:17

Other Unknown Facts : The Truth About Cops and Race

The Truth About Cops and Race
By Michael Filozof
Last week, Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates, a black man, was arrested by a white police officer for disorderly conduct. Gates accused the officer of racism. President Obama created a national media firestorm by commenting on the arrest, saying the cops "acted stupidly" and that the U.S. has a "long history" of "African-Americans and Latinos being stopped by law enforcement disproportionately, and that's just a fact."
It's that old liberal stereotype once again - bigoted white cops picking on poor, innocent blacks, just like Selma, Ala. in 1963. Really?
The truth is quite the opposite: minority suspects are likely to kill or injure white officers at a rate much higher than the minority component of the overall population.

Jul 27 19:59

Not so honest Skip Gates gets caught

July 27, 2009
Skip Gates corrects his foundation's filings
Thomas Lifson
Oops, that research grant wasn't a research grant. And a conservative blogger apparently forced the "distinguished scholar" to come clean.
Chalk up another leftist embarrassed into doing the right thing by a conservative blogger. Dan Riehl of Riehl World View last Saturday exposed the rather questionable practices of Henry Louis Gates Jr's very own Inkwell Foundation, located in his Harvard-owned home on Ware St. in Cambridge. The one Sgt. Crowley tried to protect from a reported burglary.

Jul 27 18:07

Please show your ID, Sir

By Paul Proctor
July 24, 2009
The fact that Barack Obama commented on the incident at a Wednesday news conference, saying that police “acted stupidly,” seemed rather odd to me, bringing to mind another controversial identity issue in the news: Obama’s own refusal to provide a copy of his original long-form, hospital-generated, birth certificate to prove his American citizenship – something every candidate for president must do to satisfy the Constitutional requirement of being a “natural born citizen.

Jul 27 13:46

Urgent Action: Stop the mandatory NAIS, Anti family farms bill - vote is tomorrow!

From the National Independent Consumers and Farmers Association (NICFA) & Campaign for Liberty:


HR 2749, the All Industrial Agriculture bill, could be voted on in the House of Representatives Tuesday. Please call your Congressman immediately and request that he or she reject this bill. Normal voting rules have been suspended to try and ram this through, so please call immediately.

This bill will:

  • Mandate NAIS (National Animal Identification System)
  • Allow industrializations of all farms
  • Give the federal government arbitrary power to force any practices they choose on any farm.
  • Allow the federal government to outlaw raw milk
Jul 27 10:38

US schedules trials of new swine flu vaccine

Jul 27 09:24

Obama Birth Certificate Issue Activism Discussion

I want Joe Biden to be President. And if not him, Nancy Pelosi
Just thought I'd join the crowd. The Constitution has been ignored for 97 years.

Unless you really enjoy being the "kook fringe", I'd drop it and keep fighting to expose the bankers. This issue didn't start out as a rascist thing, but it's become one. If you want to be labeled a racist and a whacko, keep pushing this issue. The question I like to ask about issues of contention is, "What good could possibly come out of this?"
Unless you truly think that Obama is the ringleader of the international banking cartel and has been for 97 years, why bother? Yep, he's a puppet. Yep, they all are.

Jul 27 08:53

Conyers calls for criminal investigation into Bush administration

The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee has called for both a criminal investigation and a blue-ribbon panel to look into "Bush administration abuses of power and misconduct."

Rep. John Conyers (D-MI) told the National Press Club Friday that both avenues should be pursued because a criminal investigation would be done in private, while a blue-ribbon "9/11-type" panel would work publicly and would create a public record of the Bush administration's actions.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Conyers has a very track record of making very bellicose claims about vowing to get to the truth about various issues, but somehow never quite gets there.

His subpoenas have been consistently ignored, and nothing has happened so far with many other investigations he has chaired. He never throws down a serious Contempt of Congress citation against those who ignore him.

This little performance for the National Press Club appears to be more sound and fury, signifying nothing, which, unfortunately, the American people have been accustomed to getting from Conyers.

Jul 27 07:44

Harry Patch, Britain's last surviving soldier of the Great War, dies at 111

Jul 27 07:30


1. An imaginary line near which organized criminals in and out of uniform may stop, search, kidnap, cage, shoot, rob or otherwise harm peaceful people without consequence.
2. An imaginary line representing a place at which two or more tyrants agree to stop killing, raping, maiming and robbing each others’ slaves, the better to continue enslaving and stealing from their respective territorial thralls.
3. An imaginary line marking zones of exclusivity for legalized privilege in the forms of taxation, regulation, reporting duties, “law” enforcement, subsidy, etc.

Jul 27 07:23

Harvest of Corruption: The Shame of the Scandal in New Jersey

he New York Post, in its characteristically pithy bad taste, has already dubbed the arrest of several prominent Brooklyn and New Jersey rabbis last week the case of the "kosher nostra." It is an ugly story, and not just how the Post tells it: alleged corruption among ultra-Orthodox leadership in the form of money laundering through charities and, even worse, strong-armed trafficking in human organs. Not two years after the breaking of the Agriprocessors scandal, we have another searing example of immorality dressed in the garb of Jewish piety, complete with all of the cringe-inducing stereotypical overtones. Yes, it’s a full-blown shande far di goyim—a scandal in front of the non-Jewish world.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Not to mention Swindler's List, i.e. Bernie Madoff with the loot!

Jul 27 07:21

Fired Because Wife a Porn Star: Fort Myers Beach Manager

Janke was fired from his $106,000 a year job Wednesday night after town council members learned that his wife Anabela Mota Janke is also porn starlett Jazella Moore. All five town council members have stressed the firing was not because of what she does for a living but because of the distraction and disruption they expect it would cause.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Meaning he was fired because of what she does for a living.

Sue the bastards!

Jul 27 05:10

Bernanke: "I Had To Hold My Nose" Over Bailouts

07/26/09 10:34 PM

WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said Sunday that he had to "hold my nose" over last year's taxpayer-financed bailouts of big financial companies but argued that the action had to be taken to avoid a major meltdown of the U.S. financial system and the broader economy.

Bernanke's comments came during a town-hall style meeting in Kansas City, Mo., where he was peppered with several questions about government decisions last year to rescue so-called "too big to fail companies" like insurance giant American International Group, whose collapse would have wreaked havoc on the global economy.

Jul 27 05:09

Bill Gates quits Facebook over 'too many friends'

Sat Jul 25, 10:02 am ET
NEW DELHI (AFP) – Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said he was forced to give up on the social networking phenomenon Facebook after too many people wanted to be his friend.

Gates, the billionaire computer geek-turned-philanthropist who was honoured Saturday by India for his charity work, told an audience in New Delhi he had tried out Facebook but ended up with "10,000 people wanting to be my friends".

Gates, who remains Microsoft chairman, said he had trouble figuring out whether he "knew this person, did I not know this person".

"It was just way too much trouble so I gave it up," Gates told the business forum.

Jul 27 05:07

Amazon Faces a Fight Over Its E-Books

July 27, 2009
Amazon Faces a Fight Over Its E-Books

SAN FRANCISCO — Last week, Jeffrey P. Bezos, chief executive of Amazon, offered an apparently heartfelt and anguished mea culpa to customers whose digital editions of George Orwell’s “1984” were remotely deleted from their Kindle reading devices.

Though copies of the books were sold by a bookseller that did not have legal rights to the novel, Mr. Bezos wrote on a company forum that Amazon’s “ ‘solution’ to the problem was stupid, thoughtless and painfully out of line with our principles.”

An apology was not enough for many people.

Jul 26 20:25

Obama funds go to Anti-white, militant Chicanos

Anti-white, militant Chicano group to get $1.75 million from bailed out bank. News Team 25 Jul
Citigroup, which was bailed out by taxpayer dollars, is giving $1.75 million to the militant Chicano outfit National Council of La Raza. Obama also earmarked millions of taxpayer dollars directly to the militant group in the Federal Stimulus bill. The money, provided mostly by white taxpayers, will subsidize home purchases by Chicanos....Last June, NCLR held a conference in DC to demand free health care for Chicanos. They demanded that elderly whites, who spent their lives paying into Medicare, give up treatments and die so that both legal and illegal Chicanos can get free treatments.

Jul 26 19:23

The Path Forward for Honduras

by Roberto Micheletti

In recent days, the rhetoric from allies of former President Manuel Zelaya has also dominated media reporting in the U.S. The worst distortion is the repetition of the false statement that Mr. Zelaya was removed from office by the military and for being a “reformer.” The truth is that he was removed by a democratically elected civilian government because the independent judicial and legislative branches of our government found that he had violated our laws and constitution.

Jul 26 15:09

The Rat Hole

Would you like to know why? Why is it that the race that is a religion is always getting strung up like so many sides of beef by countless countries throughout recorded history? Why is it that these countries can’t see the light and accept these hooked nosed scull capped ringlet sporting bearded circumcisers into the fold? Now this is indeed a great question so without further ado, let us have ole Mr Morphed shine a bit of light on these poor souls that are so innocent and pure that to hate them will most likely be a death sentence soo

Jul 26 10:34

Rescue me! Aretha the sheep waits for help after becoming stuck on cliff ledge

These amazing pictures shows a lonesome sheep who has survived for a month after she became trapped on a tiny cliff ledge 100 feet above the North Sea.

And it's baaaaad news for the woolly wanderer - nicknamed Aretha by sympathetic locals after Aretha Franklin who sang the soul classic, Rescue me, - as no one is prepared to save her.

Jul 26 10:31

Inside the swine flu hotline call-centre: Tasteless 'David Brent' jokes and a terrified 16-year-old recruit

During a training session, instructor Ben Kirby – whose manner was akin to television character David Brent – joked that the rapid spread of swine flu would help boost the profits of Teleperformance, the firm contracted by the Government to run the hotline.

Our investigators also found:

  • Among those selected to field enquiries was a 16-year-old school leaver who confessed she was so terrified she told a caller to dial 999.
  • Teleperformance will earn money from each call it handles under a hastily-struck deal with the NHS – prompting Mr Kirby to state: ‘There’s an endless budget...on this campaign.’
  • Mr Kirby joked about sending a victim to run around the streets of Bristol to spread flu.
  • Jul 26 10:20

    Rabbi Busts Stun World's Largest Jewish Enclave

    Brooklyn In Awe As FBI Hauls Off 1 Prominent Figure After Another Allegedly Connected To N.J. Corruption Probe

    Jul 26 09:58

    IDF Vets Train U.S. Jews to Protect Their Communities

    Starting in late July, a group of Israeli combat veterans will be holding a training camp in New York to teach advanced self-defense techniques to Jews in U.S. communities. An increasing number of American Jews have expressed interest in the program following a wave of anti-Semitic incidents worldwide over the past year, organizers report.

    Training this year will begin on July 31 and conclude on August 9.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Who trains U.S. NON-Jews to protect their communities?

    Jul 26 08:28

    Distrust of government blunting Obama's pursuit of new programs

    If President Barack Obama got anything indisputably right at his news conference last week, it was this: The American people don't trust the federal government.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    And why should the American people trust the government?!?

    The only thing for which they can trust the federal government, at this point, is that the federal government will lie to the American people to achieve any objective the government believes is in its own best interest, whether or not it is actually in the interests of the American people.

    In fact, for most think Americans, one of the most terrifying statements to hear is, "I'm from the government, and I'm here to help you!!"

    Jul 26 08:17

    The big New Jersey bust - What they're not saying

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    What the TV news is NOT reporting is:

    1. The FBI was advised of this organ traffciking
    ring SEVEN YEARS AGO by a totally credible source
    (a university professor) and it's MUCH larger than
    a single potential transaction.

    2. Law enforcement in Brazil and South Africa acted
    immediately on the information and went after the criminals.

    3. This was not just organ dealing. It was organ
    stealing. Impoverished people were flown in and
    told if they didn't go through with the deal, they'd
    be shot. Some had no idea the details of what they'd
    agreed to.

    Organs were "bought" for $10,000 and re-sold for
    $150,000 and more.

    It took the FBI SEVEN YEARS to get themselves in gear
    and get an indictment.

    Jul 26 08:03

    Tax on 'gold-plated' health care plans gains ground

    White House officials are embracing a plan to tax "gold-plated, Cadillac" insurance policies, giving momentum to an idea that is receiving bipartisan consideration on Capitol Hill.

    Sen. Charles Grassley of Iowa, the top Republican on the Senate Finance Committee, said Friday on Bloomberg TV that he is "taking an intense look at it."

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Oh, REALLY?!?!?

    Then let's start with taxing the health care benefits of all congressional representatives!!

    As reported in:

    "As soon as members of Congress are sworn in, they may participate in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP). The program offers an assortment of health plans from which to choose, including fee-for-service, point-of-service, and health maintenance organizations (HMOs). In addition, Congress members can also insure their spouses and their dependents.

    Not only does Congress get to choose from a wide range of plans, but there’s no waiting period. Unlike many Americans who must struggle against precondition clauses or are even denied coverage because of those preconditions, Senators and Representatives are covered no matter what - effective immediately.

    And here’s the best part. The government pays up to 75 percent of the premium. That government, of course, is funded by taxpayers, the same taxpayers who often cannot afford health care themselves."

    And please understand; even if a senator or congressional representative has served for only one term, these benefits stand FOR THE REST OF THEIR LIVES.

    Jul 26 07:23

    One Percenters Enjoy Unprecedented Protection

    Here's a truism: The wealthiest 1 percent have never had it so good .
    According to government figures, 1 percenters' share of America's total income is the highest it's been since 1929, and their tax rates are the lowest they've faced in two decades.
    With 22,000 Americans dying each year because they lack health insurance, Congress is considering universal health-care legislation financed by a surcharge on income above $280,000 - that is, a levy almost exclusively on 1 percenters. This surtax would graze just 5 percent of small businesses and would recoup only part of the $700 billion the 1 percenters received from the Bush tax cuts. In fact, it is so miniscule, those making $1 million annually would pay just $9,000 more in taxes every year - or nine-tenths of 1 percent of their 12-month haul.

    Nonetheless, the 1 percenters have deployed an army to destroy the initiative.

    Jul 26 06:45

    Lettermen bids Palin top-ten farewell

    Jul 26 06:03

    We've Figured Him Out

    We've Figured Him Out
    By Ben Stein

    Americans are waking up to the truth that ObamaCare basically means that every time you are sick or injured, you will have a clerk from the Department of Motor Vehicles telling your doctor what he can and cannot do.

    (* And My prediction is; a Republican back in the White House , before we ever get a health care package through this government .)

    Jul 26 05:48

    Rasmussen: Obama’s presser backfired

    What happened? Besides the distraction of putting his foot in his mouth over the Gates arrest, Obama said nothing new or even particularly interesting on Wednesday night about health care. The only really new statement made by Obama was that he would approve tax hikes on the middle class as long as they didn’t primarily pay for the reform bill.

    (* And My prediction is; a Republican back in the White House , before we ever get a health care package through this government .)

    Jul 26 05:37

    CBO deals new blow to health plan

    For the second time this month, congressional analysts have dealt a blow to Democrats' health reform efforts .

    (* And My prediction is; a Republican back in the White House , before we ever get a health care package through this government .)

    Jul 25 19:36

    92 Percent of Canadians Satisified with Health Care

    The largest survey on primary health care ever conducted in Canada found that most people have high praise for their family doctor, and a staggering 92 per cent would recommend their physician to a relative or friend.

    The study found that 95 per cent of Canadians with chronic health conditions had a regular place of care, either a family doctor, or community health centre.

    Care is available 24/7 without any insurance premiums or direct patient fees, whether you are rich, poor, employed, unemployed, young, old or have pre-existing conditions.

    Jul 25 17:17

    What vital news is Zionist MSM hiding by its NJ reporting?

    Rabbis, Jewish Leaders
    In FBI Bust N.J. Corruption Probe
    Updated: Friday, 24 Jul 2009,

    MYFOXNY.COM/ AP - The arrests by the FBI of five ultra-Orthodox Jewish leaders in New York and New Jersey is making international headlines particualarly in Israel. All three of the country's major newspapers feature pictures of the men busted.

    Jul 25 08:28

    Grassroots Heroes: Tell Us What YOU'RE Doing to Spread the Message!

    "There is a certain enthusiasm in liberty, that makes human nature rise above itself, in acts of bravery and heroism"
    --Alexander Hamilton

    Post a comment here to tell us what you're doing to spread the message, so we can keep inspiring each other to take action!

    THANKS for everything you do!

    Shelly :)

    Jul 25 08:08

    Rabbis among 40 arrested for fraud

    OFFICIALS are decrying political corruption in New Jersey after more than 40 people, among them rabbis and elected officials, were arrested in an investigation in which some were accused of laundering tens of millions of dollars and of black- market trafficking of kidneys and fake Gucci handbags.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Fake Gucci handbags?!? NOW THEY'VE CROSSED THE LINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Jul 25 07:55

    Fraudsters have you in their sights with five new scams

    Phishing (also known as 419 scams), where criminals attempt to elicit payments or personal details by e-mail, are now well known, so practitioners are turning to telephone-based variants. The principal method is “vishing” (voice phishing), where the perpetrators call victims posing as their bank and ask them to verify their identities by divulging personal details, often using an automated system. In the most convincing version, the target is not asked for details on the spot, but told to call the bank’s “fraud department” on a specified security number. “Smishing” (SMS phishing) is the latest adaptatation, where initial contact is made by text message.

    Jul 25 07:22

    Major law enforcement group slams President Obama verbal attack on police

    On Thursday, the Law Enforcement Alliance of America appeared on WUSA9 television to defend Sergeant Crowley and blast President Obama for his improper, uncalled for and unseemly attack on an innocent white police officer.

    Jul 25 07:13


    Everything was for sale -- from politicians to kidneys.

    Separate federal probes targeting rogue rabbis in Brooklyn and corrupt public officials in New Jersey led to the arrests yesterday of 44 people, including three mayors and five religious leaders.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 


    Jul 25 07:03

    Undercover Cop Arrested for Selling Drugs to an Undercover Cop

    Good thing they were able to stop that small amount of marijuana they were selling from reaching the streets.

    Jul 25 02:50

    I guess this means he's not the Mesiah

    Yes, even Barack Obama can say stupid things. Pissing off nearly every police officer in the country is never a good idea but more important it created a distraction and was a Republican wet dream.

    Jul 24 11:49

    Former Monsanto VP now Obama's Food Safety Czar

    The person who may be responsible for more food-related illness and death than anyone in history has just been made the US food safety czar. This is no joke.

    Jul 24 09:42

    Continuity in Kyrgyzstan: The Same Old Imperial Game Goes On

    The New York Times tells us that the ongoing political crackdown in America's Terror War ally Kyrgyzstan is an example of the difficult "challenge" faced by the Obama administration as it seeks to "balance" its strategic needs with its "concerns" for human rights.

    But of course this is not a "challenge" at all. It's remarkably simple. When you are conducting wars of imperial domination in far-flung, hard-to-access lands, you must keep the local satraps sweet -- unless or until you can replace them with your own hand-picked stooges. Everything else is just window dressing for the rubes back home.

    Jul 24 09:24

    Emanuel: Changes To Health System Take Time

    (* Who was Napoleon's Emanuel ,and how did he fare at Waterloo ?)

    Jul 24 09:14

    Never Interrupt This President While He's Making A Mistake

    Fast forward to ObamaCare. Republican Senator Jim De Mint said, "If we're able to stop Obama on this, it will be his Waterloo. It will break him."

    The Waterloo allegory symbolizes a turning point in Obama’s struggle to impose government-run health care on Americans. The infamous Battle of Waterloo effectively ended Napoleon Bonaparte’s military career.

    Napoleon believed in government "for" the people and rejected the concept of government "by" the people. His France was a police state with a vast network of secret police and spies. The police shut down plays containing any hint of disagreement or criticism of the government. The press was controlled by the state. It was impossible to express an opinion without Napoleon's approval. Sound vaguely familiar?

    Jul 24 09:12

    Today's Byte-Sized Action: 500 Donations for Clean Slate Candidate Peter Schiff

    Peter Schiff announced last week that he will challenge Chris Dodd in 2010 IF he can raise the funds. He'll be making the decision based on the amount of support we show him over the next month or so.

    Can you imagine if we had an actual finance & economics expert in the Senate, instead of the entrenched do-nothing special-interest-favoring draconian Chris Dodd??

    The Challenge:
    500 donations to support Peter's campaign TODAY. Make sure you leave a comment here to let us know you've donated, since they don't have their ticker up yet.

    PLEASE share this Friday mini-challenge with your network so we can blow our goal of 500 donations out of the water.

    Jul 24 08:05

    From Iraq to Afghanistan, US Wars Not Going According to Plan

    The growing opinion in Europe is that Afghanistan is the United States’ "new Vietnam." The truth is that it is worse than Vietnam.

    In Vietnam, the United States had a clearly identified enemy, supported by a responsible Communist state in North Vietnam with its government in Hanoi. The U.S. had a theory about what it was doing: suppressing the insurrection in the South, and bombing North Vietnam until the government stopped the war. All of this was, in principle, possible.

    However the U.S. acted on a nonsensical theory about the world "going Communist" if the U.S. didn’t win, just as today the U.S. has an even more nonsensical theory about radical Islam conquering Muslim Asia and all of Europe, and then attacking the U.S., if Washington fails.

    Jul 24 07:19

    The Serving Armies of The Standing Bankers.

    Why then do seemingly intelligent people resist the obvious truth? Let’s give an example of a personality type. Let’s take a man who went to war in Vietnam or Iraq under the illusion that he was fulfilling some patriotic duty to a democratic country. We’ve since learned that the Vietnam War and the Iraq War, like nearly all wars, were the brain child of bankers who initiated them for profit. Let’s consider that the so-called democratic country is not, in fact, a democratic country but a serf nation in fealty to a collection of bankers called The Federal Reserve. All of the representatives of this serf nation are employed by the bank and serve at the pleasure of the bank. John Steinbeck illustrated the nature of the bank in his wonderful novel, “The Grapes of Wrath”.

    Jul 24 06:33

    Millions wait for delayed jobless checks

    Cracks in unemployment system widen under strain of recession

    Years of state and federal neglect have hobbled the nation’s unemployment system just as a brutal recession has doubled the number of jobless Americans seeking aid.

    In a program that values timeliness above all else, decisions involving more than a million applicants have been slowed, and hundreds of thousands of needy people have waited months for checks.

    Jul 24 04:03

    Reid: No Health Care Vote in Senate Until Fall

    (* And My prediction is; a Republican back in the White House , before we ever get a health care package through this government .)

    Jul 23 23:48

    Authorities arrest 44 in N.J. corruption case

    A two-year corruption and international money-laundering investigation stretching from the New Jersey shore to Brooklyn to Israel and Switzerland culminated in charges against 44 people yesterday, including three New Jersey mayors, two state assemblymen, and five rabbis, authorities said.

    Much of the cash came from Israel, where a man arrested as part of the inquiry yesterday said he obtained the money from a Swiss banker, prosecutors said. Another man in Brooklyn, Levy-Izhak Rosenbaum, was accused of enticing vulnerable people to give up a kidney for $10,000 and then selling the organ for $160,000.

    Jul 23 23:09

    Poll: Majority in US Oppose Both Wars

    A new AP-GfK poll released today shows a majority of Americans opposed to the wars in both Afghanistan and Iraq. The numbers also reveal growing concern that the president will be able to meet his goals, particularly in Iraq.

    The Iraq War was opposed 63-34, while the slightly more popular Afghan War was opposed 53-44. Both numbers split strongly along party lines, with roughly two thirds of Republican supporting each war. Only 10 percent of Democrats support the Iraq War while only 26 support the Afghan War, which has been the foreign policy centerpiece for the Obama Administration.

    Jul 23 18:04

    FLASHBACK - Moldova's desperate organ donors

    Mrs Vermot-Mangold says the trail in illegal organ-trafficking leads from Moldova to Turkey where kidneys are sold to Israelis, Arabs, and Western Europeans.

    She says the going rate for a kidney is $165-250,000.

    Jul 23 16:56

    ‘I Am What You Call a Matchmaker’

    “Let me explain to you one thing. It's illegal to buy or sell organs…So you cannot buy it. What you do is, you're giving a compensation for the time… I am what you call a matchmaker."

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Well, that makes it ALL better, doesn't it!

    Jul 23 16:18

    List Of Names / PICS NJ Corruption Probe

    Levy-Izhak Rosenbaum, 58, of Brooklyn, NY, charged with conspiracy to transport human organs.

    Jul 23 14:00

    Top NJ rabbis and government leaders arrested in black market organ scandal

    New Jersey top government officials and religious leaders, according to MSNBC, have been arrested in connection with a supposed "major corruption and international money-laundering conspiracy." Reportedly it was also discovered that many were involved in a black market organ ring.

    Jul 23 10:48

    Virginia Tech Shooter's Psych Doctor Hid Mental Health Records, then Participated in Armed Raid on Cho

    Dr. Robert C. Miller, we now know, took the records home and secretly kept them there, avoiding telling police about their location. They were only found during a document discovery phase of a pending trial.

    Jul 23 10:36

    'Hitler' gnome acquitted

    A visitor to the gallery objected and lodged a complaint that Hoerl had violated German laws prohibiting the reproduction of Nazi symbols or slogans. News of the "Nazi gnome" promptly went around the world.

    The prosecutors in Nuremberg said they would not put Hoerl on trial because he was obviously mocking the Nazis, not honouring them, and had made the gnomes as art. Gnomes used to be popular as garden decorations.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    One of the problems with these "visitors" is that they forget that they ARE just visitors and being allowed through the front door does not grant a right to decide for everyone else present what they should and should not see.

    I had the same problem with my first mother-in-law, who would come over to visit my first wife and I then proceed to lecture us about how the place would look so much better with this or that artsy item placed just so and how certain items from my family really ought to go, etc. I finally told her to her face that she was a guest in my home, a welcome guest, but still a guest and that decisions on decor were reserved to my wife and myself. From the look of outrage on the mother-in-law's face you would have thought I just relieved myself on her coat; she was THAT sure that it was her right to go into other peoples' homes and offer her recommendations on how things should be. I guess that was part of that unshakable sense of entitlement and superiority that she was raised with.

    Jul 23 09:19

    Senate Votes for ‘Temporary’ Army Increase of 30,000

    The vote appears to be little more than a rubber stamp approving an announcement by Defense Secretary Robert Gates about his intention to increase the military by at least 22,000.

    However this bill makes no provision for funding the increase, but rather will leave the Obama Administration facing yet another “emergency funding” bill, like the one they fought through earlier this year. During the campaign President Obama condemned the Bush Administration for using emergency funding to pay for the wars, and promised after submitting the previous one that it would be their last.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    OK, to begin with, this government can't pay for an increase in its military.

    What happens if, all efforts put through on retention and recruitment fail, and they wind up with no where near the numbers Sec Def Gates has indicated he needs?

    Anyone feel a draft?

    Jul 23 05:29

    Watch Who You Call Extremist!

    Jul 22 15:59

    Land Mine Left In Colorado Goodwill Donation Box

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    "You want yer tax receipt for that?"

    Jul 22 13:31

    Sotomayor, another corrupt judge to blackmail?

    By: Devvy July 22, 2009
    There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that Sotomayor has been a willing participant in a judicially run and tolerated bankruptcy fraud scheme. There is no hesitation on my part when I say that if given all the evidence, a grand jury would indict not only Sotomayor, but several other federal judges involved in this fraud. This is a major scandal that has gone unchecked, but must be stopped. Integrity and honesty in our judiciary must be of the highest priority.

    Jul 22 11:53

    25 Things About To Become Extinct

    Many of us can remember “candy stores” and dial-up internet,
    even if we do not want to tell others.

    Jul 22 09:56

    US, Israeli and British Air Forces in big war game over Nevada

    DEBKAfile's military sources report that the Nevada exercise, which ends July 24, is not related to any Israeli plans for striking Iran's nuclear facilities except from affording its air crews valuable experience in flight and combat over broad spaces.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Yeah, right.

    Jul 22 09:11

    Democrats irked by Obama signing statement

    President Barack Obama has irked close allies in Congress by declaring he has the right to ignore legislation on constitutional grounds after having criticized George W. Bush for doing the same.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    So THIS is what Obama characterizes as "change"?!?!?

    Unflipping believable.

    Jul 21 09:25

    US to Increase Army by 22,000

    Gates said the move was prompted by his concern that the Army could not continue its troop rotations at current levels in both the Afghan and Iraq wars. Pentagon officials say they will boost the numbers through both increased recruitment and increased retention of existing troops.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    And if increased recruitment, coupled with increased retention of existing troops doesn't generate the numbers necessary, then what?!?

    Anyone feel a draft?

    Jul 21 08:17

    Taser-hit man burst into flames

    A man in Western Australia was engulfed in flames when police officers fired a Taser stun gun at him.

    Police say they used the Taser on Ronald Mitchell, 36, when he ran at them carrying a container of petrol and a cigarette lighter.

    They said that Mr Mitchell, who lives in a remote Aboriginal community, had been sniffing petrol. They suggested the cigarette lighter started the fire.

    Jul 21 08:16

    Want Treatment? Just Sign This No-Complaint Contract

    Until recently, patients whose doctors kept them waiting for hours without explanation, brushed off their questions or seemed downright incompetent had little recourse, other than complaining to family, friends or, in egregious cases, the state medical board. That was before the Internet gave everyone with an e-mail address the ability to reach a vastly wider audience by posting -- often anonymously -- critiques of doctors, in much the same way travelers rate hotels on such Web sites as TripAdvisor.

    As a defensive measure, some physicians are requiring patients to sign broad agreements that prohibit online postings or commentary in any media outlet "without prior written consent."

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    The first time a medical staff member required I sign something like this, I'd be walking out of that office in an Olympic-paced sprint.

    And if there are problems, websites like this give the not so great doctors incentive to clean up their act.

    Having graduated from medical school and been a resident doctor does not give any MD the license to be a bad physician!

    Jul 21 08:03

    Key Gitmo report delayed an additional six months

    A task force appointed by President Barack Obama to craft detention policy in the wake of his decision to close Guantanamo Bay will take another six months to release their recommendations.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Translation: they don't know what to do with those prisoners of war at Gitmo who were sold to US troops for reward money who have committed zero crimes, but wound up at the absolutely wrong place at the absolutely wrong time.

    And under normal American jurisprudence, many of these cases would be absolutely thrown out of court, period, end of discussion.

    Jul 20 19:35

    Airman goes in for simple surgery - loses both legs!

    This is such a tragic story.

    But this might be the timely message: "But because of an old federal law called the Feres Doctrine, Read, his wife, and his family members can't sue the military over what happened to him."

    Jul 20 18:18

    Peltier Eligible for Parole

    The shooting occurred on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota on June 26, 1975. Violence on the reservation, some say stirred up by the FBI, was common during the three years after the 1973 takeover of Wounded Knee.

    Jul 20 18:06

    Jewish groups email/buy to counter boycotts

    Jews match boycotts with emails and spending
    Israeli kosher wine was hard to find on liquor store shelves after members of the Jewish community turned up in the hundreds to counter a boycott by a group that opposes Israel's Palestinian policies, shortly before Passover.
    Sales of kosher wine and Dead Sea Scrolls tickets soar after blasting message to community
    Jul 20, 2009 04:30 AM
    Rather than react to the boycotts with counter-arguments and more rhetoric, the United Jewish Appeal and other groups such as the Jewish Defense League have begun responding to boycotts by urging supporters to buy more of whatever is being boycotted.

    Jul 20 16:04

    Something is in the air....

    Reminds me of some of the things that happened during the Clinton years...

    Remember the guy who stood up and said "Name me one country that has taxed itself into prosperty"?

    Remember the woman who stood up and spoke what was verbotten regarding Clinton's "Blue Ribbon Panel" on race - 'Who up there is representing WHITE people'"?

    Jul 20 15:10


    Ok some of u think this may be way out there BUT........

    there are a lot of other stories and stuff going on that circumstantially support my hypothesis, But I'll leave it here 3 was enough

    what if the powers that be AND the Uber Rich (same people)
    actually believe in end times and/or 2012

    what would they do ? what would the economy look like ?

    i think things would be exactly as they are right now...
    stock pile all the stuff u can before heading in the caves with your riches !!!!!!!!

    where would they live ? what other preparations might they make ?

    Work begins on world's deepest underground lab
    WHO is going to live here ? probably not a lab at all BUT a shelter for the Uber Rich lab is just the cover story. cant have the surfs panic before it's time

    Jul 20 09:27

    New Healthcare Bill Will Kill Jobs, Burden Small Business

    It just blows my mind that THIS is the best they can do. That instead of looking at ways to reduce healthcare costs so more Americans could afford coverage, their knee-jerk reaction is to tax our businesses to help fund their $2 trillion "plan."


    Jul 20 08:44

    US Strategy Of Total Energy Control Over The European Union And Eurasia

    By holding out several juicy financial carrots, to Turkey, to Armenia, even to Tehran if it were to abandon its nuclear ambitions, Washington hopes to throw a giant monkey wrench into the attempt of Moscow to retain a significant control over Eurasian energy supplies to the EU, a major lever to ensure more stable EU-Russian relations amid growing threats to Russia's security from Washington's misnamed missile defense shield being built in Poland and the Czech Republic.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    "Full Spectrum Dominance" cannot possibly continue to be supported by an all volunteer army only.

    I wouldn't bet against Obama's re-instituting the draft at some point during his term in office to guarantee that his very muscular foreign policy actually has the military "teeth" necessary to back it up.

    Jul 20 08:05

    Obama Says Health-Care Reform Essential to Repairing Economy

    The president urged lawmakers Friday to take bolder steps to achieve health-care reform, and today in his weekly radio and Internet address, Obama called reform essential not only to expanding health care coverage to the 46 million Americans who lack it but also to restoring the nation's economic stability.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Whatever the current problems are, this legislation is not the solution.

    It is about raising more tax money (from an already taxed to death population) to forestall a US default on its debts before the end of the year.

    Jul 19 19:36

    Walter Cronkite: Most Trusted Asset of Operation Mockingbird

    I wonder if Mr. McManus knew the real Cronkite — Cronkite the a former intelligence officer who was lured away from his UPI Moscow desk by Operation Mockingbird’s Phil Graham.

    Of course he did. Because the corporate media, at least at the level Walter Cronkite occupied, is rife with spooks, government agents, and disinfo operatives. The CIA has “important assets” inside every major news publication in the country, a fact established by numerous FOIA documents. A rare glimpse was also provided by Frank Church’s committee in the mid-70s.

    Jul 19 12:21

    Orders revoked for soldier challenging prez

    A U.S. Army Reserve major from Florida scheduled to report for deployment to Afghanistan within days has had his military orders revoked after arguing he should not be required to serve under a president who has not proven his eligibility for office.

    Jul 19 10:10

    Grassroots Heroes Among Us - See how a few minutes of activism a day is adding up to BIG impact

    Think 5 minutes of activism a day can't make a difference? See what these people are doing that is having a big impact...


    You guys inspire me to do more, so please keep posting comments to let us know what you're doing and how it's going!

    Jul 19 09:46

    The Ringworm Complex and the Federal Reserve.

    Jul 19 09:29

    Birthday card thief sentenced to 5 months in prison

    An East Linda man who stole cash from children's birthday cards while working at the U.S. Postal Service facility in Olivehurst will serve five months in federal prison.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 


    Jul 19 08:21

    Obama Ally Throws Cold Water On Health Care

    ""I have a lot of concerns as a governor," Schweitzer said from the National Governors Association meeting in Biloxi, Mississippi. "Now, let me lay this out, there are only a few states that have a budget surplus, we are one them, we have about $400 million in cold hard cash in the bank. Very few states have got that. And we got there through good fiscal management. You can't put more things on your plate than you can afford to pay for. Now what is happening in Congress right now, things that disturb us as governors, is first they are looking at the rules and one of the proposals would be that the way we are going to pay for a portion of this health care is we will turn to the states and ask them to bond, to pay for some of the health care.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    This is not about people who need health care actually getting healthcare.

    This is about more and more taxation on an already tax-strapped population, taxed for money borrowed by this government to continue their wars without end.

    At the end of the day in Congress, we don't have democrats or republicans; all we have is the War Party.

    And even though we go through our kabuki-style elections every so often in this country, what we have come to in recent years is a new version of taxation without representation, the very issue which caused the
    American colonies to rebel against the British government.

    Representatives no longer represent We the People; they represent those large interests which have acquired them (through overt and covert campaign contributions and perks), and the people be damned.

    Schweitzer is absolutely correct in stating that an intelligent government won't spend more than it has, something the federal government has blown by a wide margin, looking at the national deficit.

    Were we not borrowing money to fund these wars without end, then perhaps we could actually fund meaningful health care reform.

    But this legislation, which Obama is hoping desperately to stampede through congress without it even being read and digested by congress members, cannot logically be paid for under the current circumstances.

    This appears to be just another ploy to stave off the very real possibility that the US will default on its debts before the end of this year.

    Jul 19 08:20

    'Biting The Rabbit'

    About a week later my mother and I went to The Big Store and I pointed it out to her. She gave no indication that I could one day own that rabbit. Easter 1962 arrived and with it....the chocolate rabbit! I was ecstatic!

    But when I opened the box, something did not seem right. The weight did not match the size, and when I bit into the ear the awful truth hit me like a framing hammer....the rabbit was hollow!

    What I thought was a week's worth of chocolate was the equivalent of two Hershey bars! That was my first inkling that things are not always as they seem in this world and that sometimes things are misleading on purpose.

    Jul 19 06:57

    Internal Rifts on Road to Torment

    Interviews Offer More Nuanced Look At Roles of CIA Contractors, Concerns Of Officials During Interrogations

    In April 2002, as the terrorism suspect known as Abu Zubaida lay in a Bangkok hospital bed, top U.S. counterterrorism officials gathered at CIA headquarters in Langley, Va., for a series of meetings on an urgent problem: how to get him to talk.

    In August 2002, as the first anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks approached, officials at CIA headquarters became increasingly concerned that they were not learning enough from their detainee in Thailand. When the interrogators concluded that Abu Zubaida had no more to tell, Langley scolded them: "You've lost your spine." If Mitchell and his team eased up and then al-Qaeda attacked the United States again, agency managers warned, "it would be on the team's back," recalled the former U.S. official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss classified information.

    Jul 19 05:53

    Walter Cronkite – The Most Dishonest Man in America

    (LRC) – Never being one to buy into that nonsense about “speaking ill of the dead,” I want to bring to your attention the following statement that the recently-deceased Walter Cronkite said in accepting the 1999 Norman Cousins Global Governance Award at the ceremony at the United Nations:

    “It seems to many of us that if we are to avoid the eventual catastrophic world conflict we must strengthen the United Nations as a first step toward a world government [emphasis mine] patterned after our own government with a legislature, executive and judiciary, and police to enforce its international laws and keep the peace. To do that, of course, we Americans will have to yield up some of our sovereignty. That would be a bitter pill. It would take a lot of courage, a lot of faith in the new order. But the American colonies did it once and brought forth one of the most nearly perfect unions the world has ever seen.”

    Jul 18 22:34

    Swedish Man Attacked & Molested by Tattooed Girl Gang

    As the man was lying defenceless on the ground, the women proceeded to pull off his trousers and underwear and molest him sexually before fleeing the scene.

    “It’s downright unusual for five girls [to do something like this]. Perhaps there are others who’ve had the same thing happen to them,” Haaster told Aftonbladet.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Used to happen to me all the time. I just never felt the need to ... call ... the ... police! :)

    Jul 18 22:29

    Wienermobile crashes into home in Wisconsin

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    "Oh I'm glad I'm NOT an Oscar Mayer wiener...!"

    Jul 18 12:12

    If you like Organic GMO-Free foods... TOO BAD!

    If you like Organic foods and don't want to feed yourself or your families Genetically Modified foods, this is a MUST READ article.

    Here's an excerpt:
    We might, as American eaters, still be having a healthy debate about whether we want to eat genetically-engineered corn, soybeans, and other foods. But the USDA data shows that our farmland is much farther along in making up its mind.

    See a new chart showing the huge increase in the percentage of farms planting GMO crops here

    Read the rest of the article & take action here:

    Jul 18 12:01

    MoD computers become part of Ghana’s dangerous trade in e-waste

    Britain was accused yesterday of dumping toxic household and industrial waste in developing countries on two continents in breach of an international convention.

    Hilary Benn, the Environment Secretary, ordered an investigation into two British companies linked to 90 shipping containers containing 1,400 tonnes of waste. They included syringes, condoms and nappies. The companies that received the waste — sent from Felixstowe to three Brazilian ports — said that they had been expecting recyclable plastic.

    Jul 18 10:20

    No-bid contracts mean higher costs

    The Pentagon saves more than three times as much money when companies compete, the AP analysis showed. Yet more than $242 million in federal contracts — representing more than one-fourth of the military's stimulus contract spending so far — has been awarded under the recovery program through no-bid contracts for repairs and maintenance.

    Across the government, more than $543 million in federal contracts have been awarded so far without competition under Obama's $787 billion stimulus program.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    This means even more tax dollars out of your wallets, folks.

    But then, of course, people in the Pentagon and Congress do not care about what those extra taxes mean to your quality of life (or the lack of it).

    Jul 18 09:24

    Another broken Obama promise - Sell off ROADLESS Nat. Forest logging rights.

    "This week, the Obama administration approved the sale of timber in a roadless national forest in Alaska. The Tongass National Forest is a 17 million acre temperate rain forest in southeast Alaska, which is home to both endangered species and native Alaskan tribes. It is the largest temperate rain forest in the United States....

    ...President Obama supported the roadless rule in his campaign."

    Jul 18 09:10

    Walter Cronkite—The Most Dishonest Man in America

    Walter Cronkite was called “the most trusted man in America”—he was trusted by the Establishment that control America to promote their One World Government Fascist agenda.

    Jul 18 08:41

    Having Eyes but Never Seeing

    Four Montgomery County police officers are refusing to pay speeding tickets they received from speeding cameras.

    Two of them were driving twice the speed limit, driving 50 and 51 mph in 25 mph residential zones.

    Jul 18 08:39


    Jul 18 08:17

    W.H.O. Says It Plans to Stop Tracking Swine Flu Cases

    In a move that caught many public health experts by surprise, the World Health Organization quietly announced Thursday that it would stop tracking swine flu cases and deaths around the world.

    The announcement, made in a “briefing note” posted on the organization’s Web site late in the day, perplexed some experts, and even baffled a W.H.O. spokesman, Gregory Hartl, who said in an e-mail message, “I don’t have reliable info” about what his agency would track instead.

    Jul 18 06:50

    The coup in Honduras has exposed divisions between Obama and Clinton

    Who's in Charge of US Foreign Policy?
    By Mark Weisbrot

    July 17, 2009 "The Guardian" -- The current stand-off in Honduras, in which the coup government headed by Roberto Micheletti is refusing to allow the return of elected president Manuel Zelaya, is raising questions about who is in charge of US foreign policy for the hemisphere.

    Jul 18 06:45

    Banana Coup in Honduras? Chiquita in Latin America


    Jul 18 00:09

    Goldman Sachs' US Thieving Thugs

    As Goldman Sachs posts huge profits from the economic crisis, the question is: Did it cause the problems in the first place?
    By Alex Brummer
    Last updated at 3:39 AM on 18th July 2009
    The tentacles of this operation reach right into the heart of Washington. It is no coincidence that President Barack Obama's chief-of-staff, Rahm Emanuel, who shaped much of the bail-out plan and stimulus package which has helped to save America - and Goldman Sachs - from ruin, served his time inside the hallowed walls of the bank. So did President Bush's last Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson,.... who then persuaded Congress to cough up $700bn worth of rescue funds for America's banks - an estimated $5bn chunk of which (yes, you guessed it) went to Goldman Sachs.

    Jul 17 20:34

    Hillary Clinton admits that the CFR runs the Government

    "...but it’s good to have an outpost of the Council right here down the street from the State Department. We get a lot of advice from the Council, so this will mean I won’t have as far to go to be told what we should be doing and how we should think about the future."