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American Institute of Architects Votes - WTC 7!

On May 16th, 2015:

The American Institute of Architects Votes on Whether to Support a New WTC 7 Investigation!

I received this email as an interested person concerning this matter. Below is the link to make a donation if you feel so compelled. I may not share the many sentiments here for Dr. Rand Paul, after all can any of us really blame one another for our arterial scars at witnessing absolute collusion of elitism to make futile Rand Paul's father's run as THE ONLY QUALIFIED PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE IN 2012!?

(The link and email was deleted from this thread) - not sure why?

10 votes

World Silent as ISIS Massacres Palestinians in Syria

Maybe this is the main reason why the Israeli Government has been supplying weapons. ground cover, and free medical care to ISIS. Looks to me like they hired ISIS to "mow the lawn."

So horrific, so sad, and our own government and brainwashed Americans are to blame for this.

And to my fellow Christians who believe the state of Israel is a fulfilled prophecy, this rogue state that calls itself "Israel" is a fraud and most definitely NOT OF CHRIST!

"By their fruits they shall be known." (Matthew 7:16)

2 votes

China Daily: China and Russia for World Peace

http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/world/cn_eu/2015-04/08/content_...

"China, Russia to deepen comprehensive partnership to promote world peace"

I look at this article from the Chinese press, then look at the vile warmongering spewed out by the American press, and I wonder... if I were an outsider to all these countries, which news articles would I find more inspiring? Is the USA really painting itself into a global box by trying to convince everybody that Russia is evil? Does the American war doctrine somehow lead to peace and a better economic world?

8 votes

Rand Makes Front Page on China Daily

http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/world/2015-04/08/content_200246...

Rand's presidential announcement is being heard around the world! This was on the front page of China Daily, which automatically loads every time you log into QQ, the Chinese version of Facebook, so he is getting some press in Asia!

21 votes

Peter Schiff Says Rand Is Very Much Like Ron

He says he knows both men personally and Rand is very similar to Ron in his beliefs/convictions and that Rand is only "playing the game" to essentially try to gain more votes.

http://www.schiffradio.com/medias-rand-paul-cant-win-nonsens...

-13 votes

20 Reasons I Will Not ‘Stand With Rand’

The source of much of Rand Paul’s support comes from the Libertarian quarters, many of whom are drawn to Rand because of his father Ron. Others are drawn to Paul because of his free-market fetishism and pro-Wall Street, pro-Corporate stance that allows money to act as the god above all else in society. Others still, are simply Republicans who experimented with Marijuana and realized that it did not turn them into an ax murderer. It is for this reason that Paul appeals to more than the more traditional grey-headed drug war pimps of the Republican party.

2 votes

Just In! Rand Paul To Appear On Fox New's 'On The Record' W / Greta Van Susteren

Just In! Rand Paul To Appear On Fox New's 'On The Record' W / Greta Van Susteren

I have no video other than I heard on Fox New's, 'THE FIVE" that Sen. Rand Paul will appear on 'The Record' Greta today, 4/07/15.

Fox News ssys the show will air 10PM ET - 7PM PT

4 votes

DEA tracked billions of phone calls for nearly a full decade before 9/11

Starting in 1992, the Justice Department amassed logs of virtually all telephone calls from the USA to as many as 116 countries, a model for anti-terror surveillance after Sept. 11, 2001.

WASHINGTON — The U.S. government started keeping secret records of Americans' international telephone calls nearly a decade before the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, harvesting billions of calls in a program that provided a blueprint for the far broader National Security Agency surveillance that followed.

2 votes

NYCLU Says It's Received Sheriff's Stingray Data

The NYCLU says the records reveal that:

· The Sheriff’s Office used stingrays at least 47 times between May 1, 2010 and October 3, 2014, including assisting other law enforcement departments like the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office.

4 votes

On Kawara: A Painting a Day

By Peter Schjeldahl | The New Yorker

On Kawara, the subject of a vast and elegant retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum, was born in Japan and lived very, very quietly in Manhattan for fifty years until his death, last June, at the age of eighty-one—or, rather, the age of twenty-nine thousand seven hundred and seventy-one days, by the form of reckoning that he preferred. Starting in 1966, he created nearly three thousand acrylic paintings, which feature only the dates on which they were made: the month, day, and year meticulously inscribed in white on layered grounds of red, blue, or dark gray. The “Date Paintings” are all rendered in the same sans serif-style, without the aid of stencils, and are horizontally oriented. They come in eight sizes: the smallest measure eight by ten inches, the largest sixty-one by eighty-nine inches. If Kawara couldn’t finish a day’s painting by midnight, he destroyed it. It was hard work. He missed on many occasions, but managed a marathon stretch of three straight months in 1970.

A frequent traveller, Kawara adapted his orthography to that of the country in which he found himself: “16 FEV. 1969” in São Paulo, “30.DEZ.1991” in Vienna. He made a cardboard box for each painting and lined it with all or part of a page from that day’s edition of a local newspaper, with no apparent attention to what had been reported on it. The pages may stir nostalgia or, as in the case of those accompanying paintings made during the seemingly endless Vietnam War, revive nightmares. Certain dates, of course, might excite some people more than others. One large painting, “May 1, 1987” (which is not in the show), sold at auction last year for more than four million dollars. It’s essentially the same as the others. Was it somebody’s birthday?

10 votes

Rand Paul MUST Keep On Attacking The Clintons!

Rand Paul MUST Keep On Attacking The Clintons!

Rand is running now so he must go after Hillary's record or lack thereof...She will be the nominee of the democratic party, therefore, going after her is the best strategy, IMO...

She is unfit to run for president. She is a failure!!

ATTACK, ATTACK, ATTACK...

6 votes

Justin Raimando LA Times OpEd: 'Stand with Rand' Paul? But where, exactly?

By JUSTIN RAIMONDO | April 6, 2015

"Stand With Rand." That's Sen. Rand Paul's main slogan as he launches his campaign for the White House. He's holding a "Stand With Rand" rally in his home state of Kentucky on Tuesday and is holding another "Stand With Rand" rally in New Hampshire, the traditional first primary state, on Wednesday. It's an unfortunate choice of words, because it underscores the chief problem with his candidacy. For the life of me, I can't figure out what he really believes — where he really stands, especially when it comes to foreign policy.

At a January forum with fellow Republican Sens. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, Paul challenged his colleagues' hawkish showboating on Iran: "Are you ready to send ground troops into Iran? Are you ready to bomb them? Are you ready to send in 100,000 troops? I'm a big fan of … trying the diplomatic option as long as we can. If it fails, I will vote to resume sanctions and I would vote to have new sanctions. But if you do it in the middle of negotiations, you're ruining it.'"

Two months later, he was "ruining it" by putting his signature on an open letter to the Iranian leadership. Authored by arch-neoconservative Sen. Tom Cotton, the letter basically told Tehran that a Republican in the White House would nullify any deal negotiated by the Obama administration.

6 votes

Do You Really Own Your Car?

I bought my first vehicle after I graduated college in 2006. When I purchased my gold Ford Explorer XLT it had 18,000 miles on it and the leather seats shined like new. It took me five years to pay it off and by the time I did the leather had lost it luster, but the car still drove like a champ. I’ll never forget the day I made my last payment or the feeling of satisfaction I felt holding the title it my hand. This was the first item of value that I actually owned. At least I thought I owned the vehicle, but what does it really mean to own something anyway?

11 votes

Rand is the Brand

If you go by the merchandise and logos, the brand for Rand will simply be "Rand".

I know Rand is a distinctive name, but the skeptic in me wonders if they are getting away from the word "Paul".

Quite an array of goods. Looks a little megalomaniacal to see so much stuff with a name on it.

He doesn't have a spatula like Obama had.

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