Our President and Congress are poised to take the next step to replace our freedom with socialistic slavery. Truly every founder will roll over in his grave the day this health care bill passes into law. Those of us carrying the standard of liberty now should not allow this event to pass unchallenged. I am calling upon all of you to flood your state legislatures with your emails, phone calls and physical visitations to demand that they immediately begin debating nullification legislation which will make the federal bill illegal in your states and provide your governors with the legal authority to defend their citizens by force of law or arms.
Wake up America; it's time to fight for Liberty!
Constitutional Conservative Republican
U.S. Congressional Candidate
Oklahoma 4th District
by Daniel McCarthy | March 17th, 2010
The American Conservative
Rand Paul has a double-digit lead over his primary opponent in the race for the GOP Senate nomination in Kentucky. As the Politico notes, “A win by Paul, a Bowling Green ophthalmologist, would represent the first true electoral success of the tea party movement,” which has adopted Rand as a leader. The neoconservatives who ran the GOP into the ground over the last decade aren’t too happy about what that might mean.
John Dennis is being attacked for his principled defense of a non-interventionist foreign policy by his Neo-Con primary opponent. Dana Walsh put out this website - http://johndennisexposed.com/ - and is hitting the conservative SF airwave(s) promoting her neo-con bs while painting John as a liberal.
John is going to stay positive and on message, but he needs our help. John's website will soon have a Vets for Dennis tab, and we need your submissions, tell us why you as a Vet (I'll be there too!) support John and non-interventionism - a picture in uniform would be great, and if you could make just a 15 second video too of you saying your name, rank and branch(past and present) and your support of John Dennis, that would be awesome!
Stand up for peace and freedom - Hooah!
Please post your submissions here, and email them along with the picture and videos to - firstname.lastname@example.org
Another Paul Nettles GOP
by Jonathan Martin
"Recognizing the threat, a well-connected former aide to Vice President Dick Cheney convened a conference call last week between Grayson and a group of leading national security conservatives to sound the alarm about Paul.
“On foreign policy, [global war on terror], Gitmo, Afghanistan, Rand Paul is NOT one of us,” Cesar Conda wrote in an e-mail to figures such as Liz Cheney, William Kristol, Robert Kagan, Dan Senor and Marc Thiessen.
With an attached memo on Paul’s noninterventionist positions, Conda concluded: “It is our hope that you can help us get the word out about Rand Paul’s troubling and dangerous views on foreign policy.”
In an interview, Conda noted that Paul once advocated for closing down the detention center at Guantanamo Bay and sending some suspected terrorists to the front lines in Afghanistan."
Rand Paul is a MAJOR THREAT to the system. Now theyre going into smear mode Dick Cheney Liz Cheney Bill Kristol all of them and now his opponent Tray Greyson is again leading in fundraising!!!
Yesterday I was fortunate enough to be invited for a live interview on Russia Today, or RTAmerica. The show aired only in metropolitan areas like NYC and Washington, DC and was shown internationally as well. The interviewing was done remotely, so this was the first time to hear questions coming in my ear and then responding by looking into a camera, and believe me interviewing live is quite different from private conversations.
“I like Jack Hunter. He offers something that is sorely lacking and missed in contemporary mainstream radio: thoughtfulness, intelligence, and respect for the Constitution. I wish that more Americans could hear
Check out the link for the King World News interview:
Perhaps the most surprising aspect of Senate Banking Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd's (D-CT) proposed financial reform bill (.pdf) was the role of the Federal Reserve. In his original draft from November, Dodd mostly stayed away from increasing the power of the Fed, seeking to establish a new systemic risk regulator, rather than provide that duty to the Fed like the House version. This week's new proposal, however, mostly fits in the House's mold. But he ultimately provides the Fed with even more power, by putting the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau under its umbrella, though it remains mostly independent. Then, he sort of attempts to reign in the Fed in a little with some new restrictions that come out of no where -- like not allowing any bank employees on the Fed's Board of Directors and requiring the president of the New York Fed to be nominated by the President and confirmed by the Senate.
When I think of someone opinionated about the Federal Reserve, Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) comes to mind. He also happens to be a rock star of the GOP, fresh off his 2012 Presidential straw poll win at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference last month. So I thought it might be interesting to get his thoughts on some of the more controversial aspects of Dodd's bill that involve the Fed. Given that Paul wants the Fed abolished, you can probably guess the direction his opinions take: anything that strengthens the Fed he's against, while anything that limits its independence he's for. The transcript of our conversation is below.
Me: Are you disappointed that Dodd's new proposal provides the Fed with more systemic risk authority than his original bill?
Paul: Well, I don't know whether I'm disappointed or excited. It's just sort of what I expected. What else do they do? When somebody gets very powerful, and they mess things up, Congress tries to clean it up, and they exacerbate it by giving the people who caused all the trouble more power. I just think it's typical of the way government works. I don't expect much good to come form this, and the Fed's gonna be more powerful than any other, and there's really not gonna be any real transparency of the Fed. They're protected from that happening.
As you can see at srlc2010.com, RP is now listed as a speaker. So there's no longer any doubt. It's also been confirmed by RP on his Facebook site.
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Don't you guys think we should promote this as best we can starting now?
We can win this. In 2006 the total number of votes in the straw poll was a little over a thousand. There will probably be many more this year, but if we can get 500 to 1000 (or more) people to show up and vote for RP, we've got a great shot at winning. RP almost won the Louisiana primary in 2008; this should be a piece of cake.
And if we won it would be huge. According to a Sarah Palin site:
"SRLC is the Real Proving Ground for Gauging A POTUS Run"
Land of the free, huh???
On the afternoon of September 24, 2009, Pennsylvania State Troopers, their guns drawn, broke down the door of room 238 of the CareFree Inn on the outskirts of Pittsburgh. The troopers were acting on a search warrant related to protests planned for the G20 summit—a meeting of the heads of state of the world's major economies. Thousands of protesters had descended on the city, presenting demands ranging from curbs on carbon emissions to the outright abolition of capitalism.
Anticipating hordes of black-masked, Starbucks-smashing anarchists, the Pittsburgh police and the Secret Service coordinated nearly 4,000 law enforcement officers, outfitting them with the latest in riot-dispersal technology. Crowds marching on the summit were met with pepper spray, stun grenades, and—for the first time on US soil—acoustic cannons that blast painful sounds as far as 1,000 feet. But the protesters had their own crowd-control methods, and that's what had brought the state troopers to the CareFree Inn.
What they found when they broke down the door were a couple of middle-aged housemates from Queens, New York. Elliott Madison sat at a desk with a laptop and a cell phone. A police scanner lay nearby...
Big Brother, Video Game Psychology & Obedient Humans living inside Skinner Boxes. This was a presentation at the recent DICE 2010 Summit.
- Cereal boxes with screen
- Soda cans with Wi-fi
- Tattoos with Adsense
- REM in-ear entertainment
- Sensors that sense our emotions
- Gov't rewards for supporting political candidates
- Eye sensors that track our reading