When the failure that we call the public school system, has MY Property levied with tax mils?
Ukrainian gold reserves reportedly were loaded on an aircraft at Kiev’s Borispol airport last week and flown to the United States.
The pro-Russian Internet news site, iskra-news.info, reported Friday that 40 sealed boxes were hastily loaded on an unidentified transport plane at the airport. Ukraine has 36 tons of gold, according to the World Gold Council.
I'd like to know what you think the dumbest possible place to put your money is, where you are practically guaranteed to lose your principal. Whether its Ukrainian real estate or Thai bonds, I'd like to hear it.
And, sure, put down the smartest move with your money while you're at it.
The Hill writes:
. . .The photo op of McConnell hoisting the weapon like a defiant defender at the Alamo was supposed to rev up conservative activists. Instead, it has become a target of ridicule.
“McConnell just didn’t look comfortable waving the flintlock musket above his head,” Joseph Gerth wrote in The Courier-Journal, the main newspaper for Louisville, McConnell’s home town.
“Instead or recalling images of Charlton Heston at NRA conventions, where the late actor incited the crowd by raising a similar gun, McConnell looked a bit more like Michael Dukakis riding in a tank or President Barack Obama shooting skeet at Camp David, or Jimmy Carter doing much of anything,” Gerth wrote. . .
Continue reading at The Hill
My Faithful Execution of the Law Act is scheduled to be voted on this week. Learn more about the legislation by watching my testimony in front of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee.
FAITHFUL EXECUTION OF THE LAW ACT OF 2014 - H.R 3973
To amend section 530D of title 28, United States Code.
Every Republican likes to think he or she is the next Ronald Reagan. Some who say this do so for lack of their own ideas and agenda. Reagan was a great leader and President. But too often people make him into something he wasn’t in order to serve their own political purposes.
Reagan clearly believed in a strong national defense and in "Peace through Strength." He stood up to the Soviet Union, and he led a world that pushed back against Communism.
But Reagan also believed in diplomacy and demonstrated a reasoned approach to our nuclear negotiations with the Soviets. Reagan’s shrewd diplomacy would eventually lessen the nuclear arsenals of both countries.
by Julia Angwin
The East German secret police, known as the Stasi, were an infamously intrusive secret police force. They amassed dossiers on about one quarter of the population of the country during the Communist regime.
But their spycraft — while incredibly invasive — was also technologically primitive by today's standards. While researching my book Dragnet Nation, I obtained the [below] hand drawn social network graph and other files from the Stasi Archive in Berlin, where German citizens can see files kept about them and media can access some files, with the names of the people who were monitored removed.
TSA Purchases 1,980 Sticks of Dynamite to Go With Their 3.5 Million Rounds of Ammo
Jim Hoft on Sunday, March 9, 2014, 12:56 AM
Recently [March 7, 2014] TSA purchased 1,386 pounds of dynamite to go with their ammo.
The Activist Post reported:
Put this in the “What in the hell are they thinking?” category, but the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) protectors of the friendly skies, the Transportation Safety Administration (TSA) has submitted another request for high explosives via the Federal Business Online website today, and has issued a Limited Source Justification for three businesses to provide the material: Hallowell Manufacturing LLC, Omni Explosives Inc, and Tripwire Operations Group.
While this is not new, the explosive they are requesting has not been ordered/solicited in the past 10 years.
by Matt Mendez | 10News San Diego
SAN DIEGO - A manager at Cheetahs strip club says his dancers felt violated by police who photographed them almost nude.
The mood at the strip club in Kearny Mesa quickly turned intense Thursday night when 10 officers swarmed the building with guns and bulletproof vests, interrupting business for a couple of hours.
"I didn't know if it was a bank robbery or serial killer on the loose the way they had come in like that," said manager Rich Buonantony.
The detectives showed up to make sure all 30 dancers had proper permits and were in compliance. Surveillance video shows the women lined up and officers taking down their information.
"Memo to Cable News: Learn the Difference Between ‘Isolationism’ and ‘Non-Interventionism’"
Mediaite's Andrew Kirell took Fox News anchor Gregg Jarrett (and some MSNBC and CNN anchors) to task for REFUSING to learn the difference between "isolationism" and "non-interventionism," while trying to use the former title to smear/belittle Ron and Rand Paul.
My grandson is 17 - a good kid, lives with his dad (my daughter is his step-mom). He's been heavy on my mind all weekend in a "something's off" way, so when my daughter called last night I asked if something was going on with him.
She said yeah he's had a rough weekend. His mom's birthday is coming up and he bought her a toaster for a gift because her old one died. His school does random locker searches and found the receipt for the toaster among his things. They called my son in law to come to the school so they could do a thorough search of my grandson, his locker and his car.
It seems a toaster can be used to dry marijuana. Kids these days, eh? *eyeroll*
By Shane Goldmacher
March 10, 2014
Sen. Rand Paul is taking his anti-surveillance message on the road—and into the liberal lion's den of Berkeley.
Paul, the Kentucky Republican widely seen as laying the groundwork for a 2016 presidential run, will speak at the famously liberal university next week at an event on privacy, according to a Paul aide.
Win an autographed copy of "33 Questions About American History You're Not Supposed To Ask" by Dr. Tom Woods!Submitted by Zak Carter on Mon, 03/10/2014 - 12:24
Ben Swann is giving away something every week while his Season 2 indiegogo campaign is running, and this week we are giving away an autographed copy of "33 Questions About American History You're Not Supposed To Ask" by Dr. Tom Woods. Ben will give it away to someone on his email list. If you are not on the list, please sign up!
(Holly from Casper, Wyoming won the first prize, an autographed copy of "Liberty Defined" by Ron Paul)
You'll REALLY want to be a part of this giveaway for the grande finale prize too!
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