23 votes

We lost.

We had our convention today to elect committee members. We had a slate of people to put up against the establishment. They had not been challenged in 12 years.

But one by one we lost each election. I'm not sure why.

These people were so quick to pat each others backs claiming victory in this year's elections. One of our representatives won by 1 vote. Hardly a victory.

Out of 180 delegates elected last year, only 90 showed today.

Our party is not only broken...but we are broke. They had a silent auction at the convention today. Some of the top donations were some pies and a couple of bottles of wine.

24 votes

FBI Celebrates Duping Another Mentally Ill Man Into Fake Terror Plot


"The alleged plan, officials said, was to start a “civil war” by making it appear as if the attack had been carried out by “anti-government militias,” sparking a crackdown by the government on right-of-center dissidents."

These are the "Al Qaeda Operatives" who do not deserve due process? Mentally ill dupes for the FBI? Meanwhile, the FBI is trying to incite a civil war?

18 votes

Video: Another Meteor Flashes Across SF Bay Area Skies

Another Meteor Flashes Across Bay Area Skies - VIDEO


CBS KPIX Channel 5
February 15, 2013 | 11:45PM

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — On the heels of a close fly-by of an asteroid 17,000 miles from Earth on Friday morning and a devastating meteor that landed in Russia, Bay Area stargazers caught a glimpse of another meteor Friday night.

20 votes

IT'S TRUE! Police officers in Illinois allowed to work 'half-drunk' in multiple counties: Video

View more videos at: http://nbcchicago.com.


The Daily Mail: A shocking new report has uncovered union contracts that allow police officers in Illinois to show up for duty while ‘half-drunk’ or up to one-percent under the state’s legal limit.

Three departments in suburban Illinois permit alcohol limits of up to .05 while two others up to .079 - or one percentage below the state's definition of being drunk - the report by the Better Government Association found.

15 votes

The Social Security Swindle, by Irwin Schiff (pdf)

The Social Security Swindle: How Anyone Can Drop Out by Irwin Schiff


Please save a copy for future reference...

46 votes

Julie Borowski opposes the Violence Against Women Act

Julie Borowski opposes the Violence Against Women Act and she explains why:


31 votes

Ginsberg, Obama - Streamlining American Voting...

‎"The president, in announcing the commission during his State of the Union address on Tuesday, noted that the presence of Mr. Ginsberg, a longtime Republican, would lend credibility and move beyond party politics to ensure its bipartisan nature."

Referring to his placing Ginsberg on a new presidential commission to 'to find ways to streamline how Americans cast their ballots'

For those who are unaware, it was Mr. Ginsberg who forced through a series of rule changes at the 2012 RNC designed to make it more difficult for candidates to win convention delegates as well establish control at the very top of the party. He was instrumental in disenfranchising delegates leading up to and at the National Convention.

34 votes

Cops Nab 5-Year-Old for Wearing Wrong Color Shoes to School

In Mississippi, if kindergarteners violate the dress code or act out in class, they may end up in the back of a police car.

A story about one five-year-old particularly stands out. The little boy was required to wear black shoes to school. Because he didn’t have black shoes, his mom used a marker to cover up his white and red sneakers. A bit of red and white were still noticeable, so the child was taken home by the cops.

10 votes

The Daily Paul Called It Almost a Year ago, Herman Cain Will Join Fox

Get ready to hear a lot more from former presidential candidate and "9-9-9" spokesman extraordinaire Herman Cain.

Fox News announced on Friday that it has signed Cain on as a contributor.

"Cain’s impressive resume makes him a valuable addition to the Fox News and Fox Business lineup. As a political expert with business savvy, he brings an important voice to the nation’s debates," Bill Shine, Fox News Channel executive vice president of programming, said in a statement.


54 votes

Establishment DESPERATE as they start losing GOP Civil War!

Found this. Its a great summary of the GOP Civil War to date and how the Grassroots alliance between the three anti-Establishment groups is now winning the GOP Civil War between them and the Establishment.

Establishment Desperate as GOP Civil War turns in favor of the Grassroots

(The Subsidiarity Times) The GOP Civil War has begun to unravel the Republican Party as many strategists now begin to fear that the party will soon split in two. The war, which officially began with the purge of the four fiscally responsible U.S. representatives from their committees by Speaker of the House John Boehner in late 2012, has grown and expanded as the first two months of the year 2013 have progressed...

Read More at: http://subsidiaritytimes.com/2013/02/14/gopcivilwarfebruary2...

I also found this right here on the Daily Paul. Great Ideas from the same guy on how we can defeat Karl Rove's new PAC: http://www.dailypaul.com/274380/gop-civil-war-how-we-can-def...

33 votes

A Very Junior Senator Delivers A Jolt

By Jonathan Weisman | The New York Times | February 15, 2013

WASHINGTON — As the Senate edged toward a nasty filibuster vote on Chuck Hagel’s nomination to be defense secretary, Senator Ted Cruz, Republican of Texas, sat silent and satisfied in the corner of the chamber — his voice robbed by laryngitis — as he absorbed what he had wrought in his mere seven weeks of Senate service.

4 votes

Stephan Kinsella on AVTM: Ron Paul Likely to Lose RonPaul.com Suit

Kinsella: "My guess he [Ron Paul] is going to lose this suit." (12:58 to 13:56).


33 votes

Rangel introducing legislation to reinstate the draft


"Rep. Charlie Rangel, D-N.Y., talks about the two bills which will reintroduce the draft and require all women to register for Selective Service. Rangel also says that “if a president can’t convince the Congress to support the draft than he should not be bringing the question of war in front of the Congress or the American people.'”

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