Ron Paul 2012!
After the priciest midterm campaign in US history, the Republican Party has swept to legislative power, taking command of the House of Representatives and significantly reducing the Democrat majority in the Senate. Radio host Alex Jones believes this is the beginning of one of the largest political realignments and this is the start of the second American Revolution.
Boston Tea Party 2010
Where did the Tea Party Movement begin?
Right here in Boston, both in 1773 and again in 2007 where disenfranchised Americans, tired of oppressive government rallied at Faneuil Hall and nation-wide to raise a record breaking $6 million one-day fundraiser "money bomb" for candidate for US President, Congressman Dr. Ron Paul.
By the year 2010, America has seen the rise of the "tea party movement" and almost every candidate is using "money bombs" to raise money.
The tea parties are being pandered to by neo cons and RINO's because this movement is making a difference. Many political pundits have stated that the next political force in our country will be the TEA Party, creating viable third party candidates.
As we head into the upcoming presidential campaign race with candidate announcements, the MassLPA has seen it fit to continue the ideological shift back towards the conservative libertarian roots of our Republic by providing a celebration of liberty in the "Cradle of Liberty", Faneuil Hall on December 12th 2010 at 12:00.
We have invited a great lineup of speakers including:
- Gary Johnson - former governor of New Mexico
- Stewart Rhodes - founder of Oath Keepers
- Sheriff Richard Mack - author of "County Sheriff, America's Last Hope"
- G Edward Griffin - author of "The Creature from Jekyll Island"
- David R.Gillie - Rediscovery of the American Civic Creed
- Carla Howell - advocate for smaller government
- Jen Coffey - second amendment sisters
- Adam Kokesh - Iraqi veterans against the war
- Gary Franchi - founder of Restore the Republic
- Jordan Page - liberty songwriter/musician
- Pastor Garrett Lear - The Patriot Pastor and pastor to patriots
Speaking of Rand Paul, he was interviewed on “This Week,” by Christiane Amanpour, and it was fascinating to see him come out of the closet, so to speak, as what Lindsey Light-Loafers would describe as an “isolationist,” i.e. someone who wants to isolate us from bankruptcy and unnecessary foreign wars. Amanpour asks him if his fervor for budget-cutting extends to the military, and he says “yes” not once but twice. He is then asked for specifics, and wisely fails to give any – what is he, a military expert? – whereupon Amanpour throws him a question one might expect of Hugh Hewitt:
By Damian Paletta
It wasn’t exactly a ringing endorsement, but considering some of the things Sen.-elect Rand Paul (R., Ky.) has said about Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke in the past, folks over at the central bank might be breathing a little sigh of relief today.
Mr. Paul, in his first Sunday talk show interview since winning election on Tuesday, invoked Mr. Bernanke’s concerns about the country’s debt to support his point that the government must cut spending to balance the budget.
“Bernanke says the debt is unsustainable,” Mr. Paul said on ABC’s “This Week.” “We need to do something about it.”
by Michael Moss | NY Times
November 7, 2010
Domino’s Pizza was hurting early last year. Domestic sales had fallen, and a survey of big pizza chain customers left the company tied for the worst tasting pies.
Then help arrived from an organization called Dairy Management. It teamed up with Domino’s to develop a new line of pizzas with 40 percent more cheese, and proceeded to devise and pay for a $12 million marketing campaign.
- Domino's sales soared by double digits
- One slice of Domino's new pizza has up to 2/3 of one day's maximum recommended allowance for saturated fat.
- Dairy Management is a marketing creation of the USDA
- At the same time, the USDA is spearheading an anti-obesity drive
Worth the read. Front page of today's NY Times.
Sen. Graham says the GOP will be split on foreign policy: the "Isolationist Wing" & the Graham-McCain WingSubmitted by bobbyw24 on Sun, 11/07/2010 - 18:56
President Obama stands a good chance of being reelected in 2012 if he makes progress in Afghanistan, he adopts a tougher line against Iran, the economy improves and there are no major terrorist attacks in the United States, a senior Republican said Saturday.
Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (S.C.), who has become a leading GOP national security spokesman, said that if Obama is looking for cooperation with Republicans, a continued U.S. military effort in Afghanistan is "one area where Republicans feel comfortable standing by the president" and are likely to give him more support than many in his own party.
Although Graham predicted Republican support for more aggressive U.S. involvement in the world, he acknowledged that some new members of Congress, particularly those elected under the tea party banner, are likely to have different foreign policy views.
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This commercial really gets under my skin. It shows some business sheeple going through the TSA line with their sales presentation, only to have some TSA goon, with a permed mullet, come over and intimidate them as they scramble off bleating.
Some of the youtube comments, seem to LOVE their new TSA goon masters. At what point of dehumanization are we going to stand up and say ENOUGH is ENOUGH!!!
Some of you might think it is cute and funny, but think of the hidden message it sends to the public. The TSA now has an opinion of how your sales presentations are packaged? It sends many messages that they are lords over us, and can stick their noses where ever they want.
In which & Eric King discuss:
- Mechanics of the gold futures market
- A gold short squeeze in progress?
- A futures market 'trading for liquidation only' timeout suspension trading?
- QE = PM (Printing Money)
- The mechanics of PM
- How the Fed is destroying the dollar and will bankrupt itself in the process
And much, much more. Listen Here
By Dan Weil | News Max
Results of the midterm elections make a war with Iran more likely, says Michael Scheuer, a counterterrorism expert who spent more than 20 years working for the CIA. But America isn't prepared for such a confrontation, thanks to President Barack Obama.
“On Iran, there’s no difference between Democrats and Republicans,” he tells Newsmax.TV. “They’re very comfortable with the idea that a foreign leader like [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu can take 300 million Americans to war whenever he wants.”
In Scheuer’s view, “The election was a disaster in terms of increasing the chances of another war that we don’t have the resources to fight, and we won’t have the will to win.”
Story continues with video at News Max