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- (2) Looks like it's gonna be a rocky road for ol' Scotty Walker. 02/27/15
- (2) Captain Kirk versus Miley Cyrus 02/27/15
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- (1) Best anti-GMO/Pro Organic commercial ever 02/25/15
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- (1) The Miracle of Life 02/27/15
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- (1) Ron Paul: Internet, RIP? 02/27/15
The Last Hour
ISIS? Who are they and where did they come from? Ben Swann explains in his latest great piece.
Record US Farmers Switching to Non-GMO Crops in 2015
Continue to vote with your dollar
by Christina Sarich | Infowars.com | February 24, 2015
“Non-GMO is More Profitable.”
He compares taking on 100,000 protesters to taking on the Islamic State. Apparently to Walker, enacting your 1st Amendment rights and protesting = Islamic State terrorism. He's just another more control, neo-con fool.
OXON HILL, Md. (AP) — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said Thursday that his experience taking on thousands of protesters in his state helped prepare him to take on terrorists across the world.
By Ron Paul | February 26, 2015
Today the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), a non-elected federal government agency, voted three-to-two to reclassify broadband Internet as a common carrier service under Title II of the Communications Act. This means that – without the vote of Congress, the peoples’ branch of government – a federal agency now claims the power to regulate the Internet. I am surprised that even among civil liberties groups, some claim the federal government increasing regulation of the Internet somehow increases our freedom and liberty.
The truth is very different. The adoption of these FCC rules on the Internet represents the largest regulatory power grab in recent history. The FCC’s newly adopted rule takes the most dynamic means of communication and imposes the regulatory structure designed for public utilities. Federal regulation could also open the door to de facto censorship of ideas perceived as threatening to the political class – ideas like the troops should be brought home, the PATRIOT Act should be repealed, military spending and corporate welfare should be cut, and the Federal Reserve should be audited and ended.
The Miracle of Life
"Regarde attentivement, car ce que tu vas voir n'est plus ce que tu viens de voir."
"Look attentively, for what you will see is no longer what you just saw."
-- Leonardo da Vinci
(Hans Zimmer's music)
(Reuters) - With Republican rivals like Scott Walker and Jeb Bush off to a strong start in the 2016 U.S. presidential race, Rand Paul will seek his own breakout moment at an annual gathering where hopefuls go to burnish their conservative credentials.
Of all the potential candidates speaking at the meeting of the Conservative Political Action Conference, the Kentucky senator should feel most at home. He won the event's presidential straw poll the last two years, buoyed by support from young libertarian-leaning conservatives who plan to turn out in force again this year.
The 52-year-old Paul, famous for his non-interventionist approach to world affairs, could find himself at odds with a growing hawkishness among other Republican hopefuls mustering support with their calls for more aggressive action against Russia and Islamic State militants.
Was flicking through channels and just saw it was coming up this hour. The segment will show supposed similarities, according to sexual deviant and harasser Bill's promo, between "crazy" statements or comments made by Ron Paul and Joe Biden. The promo asked "Would you buy them dinner?"
Just letting people here know.
I have been using Firefox for a year or so, and they just asked me to congratulate them and their users for getting a federal bureaucracy (the FCC) to create "net neutrality."
I could not find any proper place to complain to them as they don't answer mail on their politics, apparently, but I did complain to the developers about it, and I've fired them.
I asked them why they thought anything good (food, healthcare, education, economics, or speech) would be better with the word "politicized" in front of it.
I'll share mine. For much of my young life, I suffered in agony from chronic earaches. Doctors explained to me why I get ear infections more often than the average bear, but that was twenty years ago or so and I forget what they said. i wasn't paying much attention then and I don't care much about it now.