If you want a real insight into how Rand Paul truly views the world, check out his dad’s record in Congress during the Cold War.
W. James Antle III
Rand Paul is struggling to demonstrate that a presidential candidate can be skeptical of military adventures while still being tough on foreign enemies when necessary. And so far, all he is getting for his trouble is charges of flip-flopping.
By Margaret Kimberley, Global Research, September 13, 2014
The United States and NATO’s attack on the Russian Federation has failed. … the western gambit has been disastrous. … atrocities such as the shooting down of Malaysian Airlines flight 17 would have been avoided if there had been any grown ups at work in the western capitals. …
Israeli soldiers from elite wire-tapping unit refuse to use 'extortion', 'blackmail' on PalestiniansSubmitted by VoteRonPaul on Sat, 09/13/2014 - 12:56
Israel's intelligence corps has been rocked by a major internal protest over the treatment of Palestinians.
More than 40 former soldiers and current army reservists have signed a letter refusing future service in the Israeli Defence Force (IDF) military intelligence wing, known as Unit 8200.
DENVER (Reuters) - A candidate for a county commission seat in Colorado said on Friday he received a death threat after questioning whether the 2012 school shooting that killed 20 children in Connecticut was a hoax.
Thomas Ready, a Republican candidate for commissioner of Pueblo County, made the comments during a debate this week with his opponent, Democratic incumbent Sal Pace. A video of the exchange was posted online by the Pueblo Chieftain newspaper.
If this is true, we will all see each other in a FEMA camp.
Nothing is beyond what is going to happen.
From The Rutherford Institute:
Fox News Transcript:
JUDGE ANDREW NAPOLITANO: There's a view amongst the public that they are prepared to trade civil liberties for security because they have accepted what is in my view the myth that by trading civil liberties they will somehow be safer. The question I would like to see in that poll is, are we less free today than we were on September 10, 2001? And I would say that we are profoundly less free. Every single liberty guaranteed in the Bill of Rights has been violated with impunity by the Bush administration and by the Obama administration.
BRET BAIER: We are less free and less safe?
NAPOLITANO: Yes. It is the worst of all worlds because we now have come to the point to expect the government to spy on us. We don't even complain about it. And our grandchildren will be raised in an environment where that will know no privacy and they will know that they are expected to answer for their personal behavior to a faceless government bureaucrat.
By Harley Brown, New York | September 09, 2014
James Evans didn't think twice about posting song lyrics to his Facebook wall on Aug. 24, as he often does while listening to music. This time, however, the verse he chose -- "Student bodies lying dead in the halls, a blood splattered treatise of hate / Class dismissed is my hypothesis, gun fire ends in debate" from the metal band Exodus' song "Class Dismissed (A Hate Primer)" -- caught the attention of a fellow Central City, Ky. resident, who alerted local school officials. Two days later, Evans was arrested.
"It's surreal," Evans, 31, tells Billboard. "I didn't think anything would come of it."
The fallout began that same day. Local police officers arrived at Evans' mother's house in Greenville, Ky., asking if she knew where he was. She directed them to her son's house in Central City, where they proceeded to ask him if he planned on harming anyone, along with issuing a report on the situation. "I assumed the conversation got resolved," says Evans, who works the night shift at a screenprinting store. On Monday, the officers returned to his house while Evans was at work, asking his wife what kind of car he drove and if he was in possession of any weapons.
"They informed her that I may or not be charged," he says. "They said they were going to talk to me at work, but they never showed up. I didn't think it was that big of a deal." At 8 a.m. on Tuesday, officers showed up at his workplace and issued Evans a warrant for his arrest. According to 14News, the warrant says Evans was arrested because, "he threatened to kill students and or staff at school."
An interesting article in Forbes about the overall effects that Obama Care is having on lower paying jobs, You know, like the ones being created by our current administration.
MH17 Demand Truth: Demand that NATO Meet the Standards it Demanded
No Coverup/No Whitewash
July 18th statements:
Obama: “We’re going to make sure that truth gets out”
Prime Minister David Cameron: those responsible are “to be held to account”
United Nations (UN) Security Council demanded a “full, thorough and independent international investigation”
It wouldn’t be Friday without a teen facing two years of jailtime for taking sexually compromising photos with a Jesus statue and then posting them on Facebook would it? Of course it wouldn’t.
KRON4 reports that the photos were taken and uploaded in July in front of the “Love in the Name of Christ” Christian organization in his hometown of Everett.
Which action do you think should be penalized more harshly, punching a woman in the face or carrying a handgun as a means of self-defense?
If you guessed punching a woman in the face, then you would not be in line with the authorities in Atlantic County, New Jersey. A judge and prosecutor are pursuing a much harsher punishment for the victimless crime of carrying a gun than the disgraceful crime of a man, caught on video, punching a woman in the face.
By BRUCE ACKERMAN SEPT. 11, 2014
PRESIDENT OBAMA’s declaration of war against the terrorist group known as the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria marks a decisive break in the American constitutional tradition. Nothing attempted by his predecessor, George W. Bush, remotely compares in imperial hubris.
When I became chair of the [Pennsylvania] Senate Education Committee, I decided to focus on students and their parents. If education is truly about children, they should always be the focus.
However, most of my time as Chair has very little to do with students or parents. Rather, it’s mostly about money. And, it’s often about the employment of adults.
A survivor thanks us. How's that for a kick?