I found this article from 2012. Kinda reminds us that that the global issues are religious not secular as most would suppose.
This will give you an idea why we support Saudi Arabia and oppose Syria, Iran and Iraq and Russia supports them.
Anyway, Russia and the USA opposites.
"RUSSIA, THE WEST, AND THE SUNNI-SHIITE TRAP
Gordon_2By Gordon M. Hahn
During the Cold War Washington and Moscow constructed the barricades that made for what Alexander Solzhenitsyn called “a world split apart.”
What Are We Doing? Let's Audit The Fed! Harry Reid Is Ousted So Let's Do It! What's Stopping Us Now?Submitted by JoeMO on Tue, 01/20/2015 - 00:34
Contact your congressman and make sure Mitch knows this is is important.
Rand needs to pressure Mitch!
Lets pick up the pace people. Hoorah!
...that I bought off EBay for $45.00
The Unabridged History of the United States, Or, Republic of America by Emma Willard
Are these NOT our sentiments today?
A couple other ideas have popped into my head in the last hour or so, but I thought it important to give the second idea before working on them.
Apply Computer Organization and Procedure Standards to US and State Code
This idea may or may not make sense to you depending upon your understanding of how computer code is organized, developed, tested, launched, audited, and maintained. It is not a hard subject to follow, it actually really makes good sense if you think about it.
I have a humanities course at a local community college entitled Technology and Society. LOL...so, on our first day of class the topic of privacy came up and the wire tapping that the government did post 9-11. 9 out of 10 stated outright that they didn't care because they weren't doing anything wrong!! Hoo-boy....I bit my tongue as best as I could during all this...until it was my turn to explain how I felt. My answer was short: The Federal government and its alphabet agencies broke the law in doing this...period, end of story.
First off I hate to disappoint you right out of the gate, but I only have four ideas to start with, not five. One idea turned out to be a subset of another, and I just came up one, so I really only had three.
Here they are. Each one will get its own post as I get time to write them up.
- A Daily Paul Lessons Learned Exercise
- Open Source Liberty
- Apply Computer Organization and Procedure Standards to US and State Code
- Liberty Through Innovation
A Daily Paul Lessons Learned Exercise
I recently finished 'Choose Yourself' by James Altucher and it gave me an idea. It goes like this.
If you have a Yahoo account, vote this up and help make Yahoo better with Ben Swann and a dose of liberty and truth -
(if you don't have a Yahoo account, it's easy, quick and free to set one up just to vote this up there, just sayin;)
Day after day we hear about all the problems,corruption and injustice in the world.I don't think things will change much for the better until many more people are won over to the principles of truth,liberty,peace,the golden rule,the non-aggression principle,sound money,ending the drug war and a non-interventionist foreign policy.Therefore,I am simply suggesting the best solution and game plan I can think of to accomplish this.If anyone else has an idea on how to accomplish this,I would love to hear it.
I haven't been here in a while and the first thing I see is a lot of articles about dailypaul going down for good? Is this true?
I saw one article asking how to save a few DP websites that were in a favorites menu, and I got an idea:
Lets archive as much of dailypaul as we can.
We can split up sites/posts by time period and assign them to users (or users can just randomly volunteer for whatever time period they want, first come, first served).
"WE LIVE IN a culture that worships comfort. During the 20th Century we saw the greatest assault on discomfort in the history of the human race.
We have learned to control our environment with central heating and air conditioning; we have reduced drudgery with machines and computers; we have learned to control pain, depression and stress; we even provide electronic antidotes to boredom with television sets and video games.
I posted about the Chinese governments' rejection of Microsoft and Google several months back. Well now I'm back in China after being in the USA for 6 months and sure enough, its true. The Chinese gov't, consisting of 80-90 million people in the Communist Party, have rejected Microsoft Windows 8. They will stay with Windows 7 because apparently Windows 8 has the ability to spy on everything the user does. I also do not have access to any google web sites, including the search engine and gmail.
I've seen a lot of myself in my son lately. I've become more than acquainted with the realities of myself, yet lesser so with wishing them not to be. I've hurt many people with my obsessiveness, yet my obsessiveness, rather sensitivity of the senses is fundamental to my continual enlightenment: the faults, mistakes, burdens, achievements, emotions and goodwill of who I am as a human being. I have loved a beautiful woman for 12 years. We have fought. We have fought for our children. We have fought for each other. We have fought for blessing and love.
One World Tribe, the quiet evolution of humanity.
From the YouTube account of 1 NEOTECH
The Global Show Of Hands Pamphlet
I disagree that money is the root of all evil, I believe that dishonesty and irrationality holds that title, otherwise I found this presentation very agreeable. Please share your thoughts below.
One day my friends and I started making up crappy jokes.
Sometimes really good ones would come but mostly cheap complicated puns.
Either way cool because they were original. The session lasted several years but has since dwindled.
All in all we could've made our own joke book with a solid 500 or so jokes. But alas we didn't.
We still text new ones that Pop up from time to time so between phone history and memory that's what's left.