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The Last Hour
WASHINGTON - Three potential 2016 Republican presidential candidates - including Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul - will share the stage this weekend in the first, but unofficial, smackdown of the political season.
Now, you will have to stay up late for this. The much-anticipated confrontation is scheduled for 11:30 p.m. EST Sunday. It will be livestreamed on ABCNews.com and moderated by ABC's White House correspondent, Jonathan Karl.
Paul, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio will participate in a forum sponsored by the Freedom Partners Chamber of Commerce in Palm Springs, Calif.
The year of the sheep (ram, goat) is coming soon.
It begins Feb 19th in China, Feb 18th here in the States (the 2nd new moon after the winter solstice)
Sheep are benevolent mostly but can be stubborn as well. They are all about working together and finding harmony and balance.
The year is still a wood year so spring is still in the air but now we are in a yin year. Yin is the dark side of the hill...more feminine, the moon.
So, the seeds were planted, had time to germinate and then sprout! Now the plants are getting more mature and darker in color. This is the time that their direction and growth are fine tuned. This is when they reach for their best accomplishment. This is the time where they begin to mature and blossom everywhere.
Is the relationships that were formed, and the growth that occurred as a result.
That is what the Ark is all about. Keeping everyone together. We're about to change ships, but everyone here's got a guaranteed spot on the new ship.
Ron Paul says talking to Marco Rubio about Cuba is ‘like talking to a stone wall’
By Rick Sanchez, Published January 23, 2015, Fox News Latino
To hear former Texas Republican congressman and longtime conservative rock star, Ron Paul, tell it, Marco Rubio is clueless when it comes to the power of the free market.
I am trying sometimes to take inspiration from one of the greatest warriors that ever lived. Some of you have heard me invoke his names before, the Geh-Hron-Im-Aho. You know his name as "Death From Above" because that is the meaning of the English interpretation of his name which to you is....
Geronimo. Death From Above because his crazy-ass Chiricahua warriors would scream his name as they lept from above with their blades flashing.
In the literature, apparently this guy was one of those leaders that people could just feel HOLINESS radiating from them and POWER. Incredible power that he charged his warriors up with and these guys, they just whipped ass. No other way to put it. And for a long time, nobody could catch them, nobody could kill them but one by one, by treachery and misfortune, almost all of Geronimo's people were killed off before his eyes, he went though like 4 or 5 wives and sets of kids, all killed off in the genocide but nobody but nobody could kill Geronimo. Only like half the nation white, red or black was out for his bounty, the entire United States Military was out for him and every single time he either fought them to a stand still or escaped to punish them from another angle.
Like many of his time, he believed his medicine made him impervious to bullets. Others payed for this medicine but it didn't work out too well.
With Geronimo, it worked. Nobody could kill him.
I don't know what did.
What I do know is as the years took their toll and seeing his people repeatedly decimated, he tried to surrender again and again saying "I have had enough of this. I don't wish to fight any longer". And again and again he tried to surrender only to find treachery again but finally the Federal Government, Washin-done had enough of being embarrased and enough coffins ordered and interned to where they actually finaly and without guile or misdeeds gave him a nice little house and a farm and promised to pay him tribute and his few people tribute and leave them in peace.
400 TSA agents have been arrested for theft of passenger items while not one terrorist has been caught.Submitted by Diamond Dog on Sat, 01/24/2015 - 16:24
A TSA agent convicted of stealing more than $800,000 worth of goods from travelers said this type of theft is “commonplace” among airport security. Almost 400 TSA officers have been fired for stealing from passengers since 2003.
Pythias Brown, a former Transportation Security Administration officer at Newark Liberty International Airport, spent four years stealing everything he could from luggage and security checkpoints, including clothing, laptops, cameras, Nintendo Wiis, video games and cash.
Speaking publicly for the first time after being released after three years in prison, Brown told ABC News that he used the X-ray scanners to locate the most valuable items to snatch.
“I could tell whether it was cameras or laptops or portable cameras or whatever kind of electronic was in the bag,” he said.
by Alex Henderson
The careless use of SWAT teams in no-knock drug raids — when heavily armed police burst into a home without warning — has resulted in a long list of innocent people being killed or seriously injured in the United States. 2014 alone found SWAT teams in Georgia senselessly killing businessman David Hooks and maiming toddler Bounkham “Baby Boo Boo” Phonesavanh. And when those raids victimize people who aren’t even selling drugs, narcotics officers seldom face criminal charges and are given every benefit of the doubt. But if, on the other hand, Americans shoot narcotics officers during militarized drug raids—perhaps believing that they are being robbed and are acting in self-defense—charges of first-degree murder are likely. The case of Marvin Louis Guy in Texas is a glaring example.
Guy, an African-American man who is now 50, was the target of a no-knock drug raid on May 9, 2014. Narcotics officers, operating on a tip from an informant who claimed that Guy was selling bags of cocaine, carried out a SWAT raid on his home in Killeen, Texas at around 5:30 AM—and Guy grabbed his gun and opened fire. Charles Dinwiddie, one of the officers, was hit and died two days later. Guy was charged with capital murder, and prosecutors are seeking the death penalty despite his assertions that he thought he was acting in self-defense. Guy’s trial is scheduled for June of this year.
www.endthefed.org is live! This website is the place to send those who have not awakened to the fraud of the Federal Reserve. It is designed to be a one-stop shop to take someone from no understanding to “I get it now”. It compiles basic explanations, short videos, documentaries, books, resources, etc that helped me during my awakening process into one convenient package. Use it as a tool to help streamline the process for others.
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Russia has decreased its U.S. Treasury holdings by 30% over the past year, while increasing its gold holdings 16%.
An fed-up Missouri father posted a photo of the letter he received from his daughter's substitute teacher who criticized the girl's lunch.
One problem: the teacher didn't see her whole lunch.
Dr. Justin Puckett was asked to sign a note sent home with his daughter Alia after the teacher saw her eating marshmallows and chocolate at lunch earlier this week.
He refused to do so, and posted it online instead, saying that it was just the latest in what he sees as a growing trend of overreaching by authorities.
I remember when I first discovered Ron Paul. I was a conservative on the religious right, studying to become a pastor, and blissfully unaware of the real going ons of the world. I was watching a presidential debate sponsored by AFA (American family association) in the fall of 2007. The turn out to the debate was abysmal, with only candidates not afraid to voice their faith present. Huckabe was there, that other catholic neocon, some other no name guy and Ron Paul. I listened carefully and took notes, and then something happened, I had a religious experience via Ron Pauls words.
Uniforms make heroes according to Rand
We never expected such a stand
Heroes kill foreigners for money
Man, that's frightening, not funny
My God, he's supposed to be the best
From what asylum came the rest?
People rotting in cages for an herb
Obscene searches along the curb
Read anything in school but the Word
Glorify what's wrong and absurd
Guns drawn over raw milk and real food
It's the military state mood
Put another medal on that dude
He killed another foreigner for crude
Animal Farm - George Orwell (Full Length Animated Movie 1954)