Yes, you all read that correctly, SCOTUS will soon rule on the very validity of the Constitution. Chalk another one down, in the CRAZY lunatics in the Fed.Gov. column.
United States Supreme Court Will Soon Issue a Landmark Decision on the Validity of the Constitution
Nov 13 01:55 AM US/Eastern
President Obama dropped a bipartisan bombshell today, announcing he will award the Presidential Medal of Freedom next year to ex-President George H.W. Bush...
The ex President admits on TV and in his book to torture and is getting away with it..so far.
What a joke this is IMO...George Bush, his father and his brothers are all a bunch of criminals. When are these SOBs going to be held accountable for their crimes against humanity? When?
Videographer Bill Dumas's 2008 Ron Paul Video Diary Episode 3 - Phoenix is now available.
Episode 3 features Ron Paul's first trip to Phoenix where Ernie Hancock's Revolution sign had just been born. In this episode is the in-studio interview on KFNX with Charles Goyette and Dr. Paul's first appearance on Bill Maher's Reel Time on HBO, live via satellite and Barry Goldwater, Jr. speaks out for his friend. And as always, never-before seen video of private campaign moments. Also, several links to DVD Extra online footage.
For more information and to purchase, click here. Thanks Bill!
Is it time to do this 1207 style?
How about Opt-Out Sign Waves on the way to the
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The course runs 4 hours and will be taught on Saturday, December 11, 2010 from 1pm - 5pm Eastern time. Dr. Woods will have a one hour presentation, followed by a half-hour question and answer session. Other instructors will be announced shortly and will cover the nuts and bolts of putting Nullification into practice locally.
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The local NRP affiliate has invited me to be on this show as well. LISTEN AT:
FYI we have also booked Chip Parker and Matt Taibbi from Rolling Stone, by phone.
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Foreclosure Judge Doesn’t Read Mortgage Cases -- or, He Says, Rolling Stone
So I'm starting to get a lot of mail on the foreclosure story, and over the course of the next week I'll be doing some more appearances on the subject. One of those is a radio station in Jacksonville, where I'll be on First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross, the local NPR affiliate, at 9 a.m. next Thursday. I'll be on with Chip Parker, a foreclosure lawyer who was one of my main sources and who also, I should point out, coined the phrase "Too Big For Fraud."
The backlash continues over those new TSA screening measures, and now one Central Florida airport has decided to go with a private security screening firm. Orlando Sanford International Airport has decided to opt out from TSA screening. "All of our due diligence shows it's the way to go," said Larry Dale, the director of the Sanford Airport. "You're going to get better service at a better price and more accountability..."
*This is the kind of story we want to spread!
Ron Paul To Oversee Fed Chairman Bernanke
Posted by Ebony Jones
Thursday, November 18th, 2010
Ben Bernanke has had a lot to think about as Federal Reserve chairman ever since he first got the job almost five years ago. His job is going to get a little more stressful now, though, because his biggest opponent in Congress, Rep. Ron Paul from Texas, is about to become chairman of the House Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy, which means Paul will be one of Bernanke’s overseers.
Who better to host the debate over sound money in Congress than the Fed's most persistent critic?
By Seth Lipsky | November 17, 2010
Wall Street Journal
One of the most exciting features of the new Congress is the prospect that the chairmanship of a House subcommittee that oversees the Federal Reserve will go to Ron Paul. Final assignments are still being worked out, and the leadership may yet shy away from giving the position to a congressman who doesn't believe the Fed should exist. But Dr. Paul, an obstetrician, has been the ranking Republican of the Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology subcommittee, and tradition suggests he will be the next chairman.
This couldn't come at a more timely moment, though Dr. Paul has been working his way up to the assignment for more than a generation.
I first met the congressman nearly 30 years ago, back when the physician-turned-legislator was emerging on the national scene as a member of the United States Gold Commission. The commission had been formed at the start of the Reagan administration to consider whether America, in the wake of the collapse of Bretton Woods, should move to sound money.
In the event, the committee recoiled from reform. But Dr. Paul wrote a dissent that made the case for gold and is still being read today.
Continued at: The Wall Street Journal
SAN MATEO COUNTY, Calif. (KGO) -- The San Mateo district attorney's office has a warning for all TSA personnel at SFO -- anyone inappropriately touching a passenger during a security pat down will be prosecuted.
Incoming San Mateo DA Steve Wagstaffe says any complaints of inappropriate touching during an airport security pat down will land on his desk.
"The case would be reviewed and if we could prove the elements of it, that it was inappropriately done with a sexual or lewd intent, that person would be prosecuted," he said.
The charge -- sexual battery.