It May be time for Obama to explain to Putin the whole thing about "costs" and "red lines" one more time, maybe over a two hour phone call this time so the former KGB spy finally gets it, because while Russia has been seemingly confused for the past two weeks, Moscow just successfully annexed Crimea, without spilling a drop of blood. Which is what Ukraine essentially just confirmed after its acting president, who attained his position after a violent coup and remains unrecognized by Russia, told AFP in an exclusive interview saying..
NSA vs CIA? Drudge Headline 'WAR: Senate accuses CIA of seaching computer network established for Congress...'Submitted by michaeljoseph on Tue, 03/11/2014 - 12:16
Senator Feinstein, cheerleader of the NSA, is now leading the charge in the inquisition of possible violation of the fourth amendment by conducting domestic searches or surveillance. This time the alleged surveillance is exclusive to the Senate Intelligence Committee.
These are some interesting developments.
When does the American Public draw a red line of their own?
How about a day where we can stop commerce or a few select businesses on our terms. We start with an hour long work stoppage. Should separate the men from the boys. It would of course need all kinds of grassroots media to build the idea.
Commence with the "Walk Out".
Saw this on Twitter.
@DRUDGE_REPORT: WHO IS YOUR CURRENT REPUBLICAN PICK FOR '16? http://t.co/HfXMmkyuRC
Update as of 3/10 1:00am
JEB BUSH 6% 15,799 votes
CHRIS CHRISTIE 5% 12,202 votes
TED CRUZ 28% 71,076 votes
MIKE HUCKABEE 4% 9,343 votes
BOBBY JINDAL 3% 7,319 votes
SARAH PALIN 5% 13,151 votes
RAND PAUL 31% 77,533 votes
RICK PERRY 4% 10,868 votes
PAUL RYAN 4% 9,098 votes
RICK SANTORUM 1% 2,257 votes
DONALD TRUMP 2% 4,682 votes
OTHER 7% 17,510 votes
250,838 Total Votes
Do you ever pass by a glimpse of tyranny in your daily life in your travels and in your journeys. What I'm getting at is the increased police state all around you perhaps harassing someone on the road or shaking someone down on the corner. My thoughts are when you see tyranny thumbs it down physically, nothing aggressive, just rational body language on something you find perhaps uninviting and plainly infringing on a human being from our legislated police state tax dollar cage machine. Anyways, what are your thoughts on the body language disagreement on daily tyranny?
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Guilty culprit fingered in the Ukraine:
CNN News did it! It was a secret plot to increase their miserable TV ratings!
*=)) rolling on the floor
how About a Daily Paul web banner / picture that daily paulers can put on their website or blog and link it back ti the daily paul
Well, the story of the FCC wanting to monitor the newsrooms is making this all clear.
(In case you missed it:
It's apparent there is a story loose that the upper echelon of our White House Mafia know is out but hasn't surfaced yet.
Some part of me thinks that Benghazi is a MUCH bigger story, as it keeps resurfacing in the news and many unanswered questions.
Some part of me thinks that there is info that hasn't been released yet by Snowden and Co. that the administration knows that they know about.
Links to my AMA request: http://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/1y4lwd/ama_request_der...
Link to the frontpage article on reddit:
tweet him about it: https://twitter.com/Grayson2014
hell facebook him: https://www.facebook.com/GraysonForSenate
"....Superintendent plans will require BitLicenses...."
That says it all. Entrenched monopolies hate competition as you all well know, especially the monopoly of money printing. Any ideas how low bitcoin's going to go now? Currently at $535/btc. Rats. I lost $15 on my $50 bitcoin holdings.
A friend of mine posted this article from The Rolling Stone website on Facebook about how Karl Marx was right about five things. More than Marx being wrong I thought that the author of the article was a moron so I wrote the rebuttal below to the five points brought up in the post.
I discovered "vines" back when I was trading live Grateful Dead recordings. The way it worked was you add your name to a list of recipients and when you received the CDs you copy them and mail the originals to the next person on the list. The person with the item in hand is responsible for postage. I think it would work with books too if the time frame is extended to allow enough time to read the book, say two weeks. I figure it's worth a try anyway.
I have been playing around and working with various flavours of Linux.
My present system for Linux is an old Dell machine that our lab got as a part of a package buy of used office equipment from a firm that was leaving town.
Now I have installed Slackware Linux on it and am running the XFCE desktop.
It is fast. It is beautiful. It is powerful.
Slackware does have a bit of a learning curve to it but it was not too difficult.
I just loaded the new version of Chromium the open source browser.