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- (4) Rand Paul Leads the GOP Pack for 2016 - And Not By a Little 07/09/14
- (3) Ladies and gentlemen, The President of the United States! 07/10/14
- (3) Teen charged with sexting girlfriend will be forced to get an erection via an injection and be photographed by police 07/09/14
- (2) Daily Paulers are full of so much love. 07/07/14
- (2) Obama Has A Great Reason He Is Bring Illegals Over (7/9/2014) 07/10/14
- (2) VIDEO: How would you like to be married to this sweetie? 07/09/14
- (1) Police dog sniffs out hidden memory cards, flash drives to search for child porn 07/10/14
- (1) Chemtrails: An eyewitness account in the Arctic Circle 07/09/14
- (1) "Gold During Trying Times..." (YT Opinion, 7/9/2014) 07/10/14
- (1) Main Stream Media vs. Alternative Media on the Economy 07/09/14
- (1) Where are the old posts? 07/09/14
- (1) Worse than ever - CISPA back as CISA - bill with expanded police state powers passes Senate Intelligence Committee 07/09/14
- (1) Largest Man In the World 07/09/14
The Last Hour
Rand Paul: "Amazing resistance from both republicans and democrats" to the Stand With Israel Act.
Listen @ 1:10 mark:
Anyone care to sort this one out?
My answer: Hamas is controlled opposition, that's why AIPAC opposes the Stand With Israel Act. AIPAC represents the Israeli government. They want US foreign aid to flow to Palestine, so it can flow to Hamas, so Hamas can use the money to attack Israel, so the Israeli military-industrial complex will have an "enemy" to fight. Wake up!
by John Zogby
7/09/2014 @ 2:15PM
A new Zogby Analytics poll of likely Republican primary voters in 2016 shows Rand Paul starting to build a lead over better known – and more establishment – GOP figures. The poll of 282 likely and eligible voters in GOP presidential primaries was conducted June 27-29 and has a margin-of-sampling error of +/-6 percentage points.
In the poll, the junior Senator from Kentucky polls 20%, followed by “Establishment” candidates New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush with 13% each. In fourth place is Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker with 8%, then Florida Senator Marco Rubio 7%, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindahl 4%, and New Mexico Governor Suzanna Martinez, Ohio Governor John Kasich, and South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley all with 1% each.
People often say we are a paranoid group of people, but are we schizophrenic? Here is a simple test to determine if you mistrust the government and you know what your talking about, or if your schizophrenic and maybe you need to go find some help.
If you are not fooled by the hollow mask, you just like 7 out of every 1000 Americans probably have Schizoprenia.
Drudge says its frontpage news.
Huffingtonpost says its no page news
Dailypaul mentions riots and civil disobedience
Dailykos says not news anymore
Wall Street Journal says not news
New York Times says frontpage side story
The Senate SUCKS just as bad, if not worse!
The conservative news channels want to blame obama and, HELL YES, he IS to blame.
But lets don't forget the other branches of our worthless government. The other guys with the 12% approval, excuse me, 88% DISAPPROVAL rating.
The NOT so supreme court also SUCKS!
There are 545 people responsible for EVERYTHING WRONG with this country. Not just one although he sucks, clearly, without a plan.
REPLACE THEM ALL NOW!
VIDEO: How would you like to be married to this sweetie?
Wow! This woman is a bit out of control and out of a lot more things. Guess they will have to start serving Nuggets earlier! Can you believe this?
This is the most bizarre behavior and at 6:30 am.. You are not going to believe this video . . . How would you like to be married to this sweetie?
Woman goes ballistic when a McDonalds employee in the morning doesn't have Chicken McNuggets…
I have been debating posting this for the past couple of months (it's difficult to decide whether to become 'un-anonymous'), but I'm so proud of my children and their hard work. We went to Branson to compete in a bluegrass competition. We didn't win, but we made a lot of friends and seemed to really resonate with the crowd. :) Our band name is Resonating Grace.
Outside of eternal salvation, my family is the biggest gift I've been blessed with.
Hope you enjoy!
From the YouTube description:
“What you hear in this video is from the audiobook of “The Iron Web,” a novel I wrote years ago. (The printed book and audiobook are at www.LarkenRose.com). These are the words of a fictional character in the book, and he says quite a bit more. And yes, the character is rather harsh in his condemnation of state-worship, but for a reason. If you have the story context of who is saying it, where, when, and why, some of it makes more sense. Many thanks to FreiwilligFrei for making this video.”
-- Larken Rose
“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” - Mahatma Gandhi
In a recent TED talk, actor George Takei gave a speech recounting the tale of how, at the age of five, he and his family were taken to internment camp for Japanese Americans during World War II. While Takei's story is frightening from a historical perspective, his attitude that developed from this traumatizing experience is truly inspiring. I highly recommend watching the 15 minute or so talk, and we'll pick up down below.
By all rights, George Takei should have every reason to "hate the state" for what the U.S. government did to him and his family. Forcibly removing the Takei family from their property and placing them in detention is an absolute affront to every ideal America is supposed to value. It could have easily made George Takei into a jaded, bitter anarchist who wants to burn all of the world's governments to the ground.
And yet, as he grew up and had discussions with his father, he came to realize that hate was not the proper path, and that he could still stand up for the same ideals he believed in despite the tragic events that occurred to him. George says his father told him,"Our democracy is a people's democracy; it can be as great as people can be, and as fallible as people are."
Daily Paulers are full of so much love. I can see that so clearly.
What is it you love? Where do you direct your love?
For me it is Samantha. Today is 9 years for us married, 10 years together.
She is my anchor. She is where the love of my world is focused. The whole world would be a different place without here.
Nine years ago today, on 7/7/2005, we were married in Taipei. It is a custom in Taiwan to have an elaborate wedding photo shoot.
Here is a picture from ours, after the shoot was over:
Century of Enslavement: The History of The Federal Reserve