There is an etheric communication network that I am able to tune into from time to time. It is a sensory thing that there is no name for, or at least, I don't know the name for it. The name I use for it is "the ether." It is a field of some kind. The noosphere?
Here is how I would describe it: You know how right before it rains sometimes, the birds are all just going crazy? Chattering, chattering, chattering. And then all of a sudden, they stop? And all fly away in a big whoosh? And then it just starts pouring rain.
That's what it feels like now, in the ether. Like there is a shift coming. Or the shift has already happened, and we start feeling the effects. Suddenly the birds have gone quiet.
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The United States Constitution is the, 'Law of the Land.'
The only reason why it exists is mainly because of the Bill of Rights that were attached to it...those pesky 10 Amendments that were essentially written in American stone that laid the foundation for what America is today.
Ron Paul is the self professed, "Champion of the Constitution."
Mitt Romney even poked fun at him over the title...
After over more than two years and the order long forgotten, my Ron Paul action figure arrived in the mail today. Just shows we should never give up on anything associated with Dr. Paul.
There can be no aspect of your daily life that’s removed from politics. Now you will be monitored by your own children for expressing unapproved opinions. You’d better watch what you say at the dinner table, Mom and Dad.
First lady Michelle Obama is encouraging students to monitor their older relatives, friends and co-workers for any racially insensitive comments they might make, and to challenge those comments whenever they’re made.
I live in the City of Detroit, and for the first time I feel like the police chief is protecting our rights as citizens.
Here is the NRA's "America's 1st Freedom" article:
I also love that he's getting support from Detroit citizens. But like always, the gun grabbers hate him.
And it's a coincidence because I went to the Wayne County Sheriff's Office to file my new CPL/CCW application today and when I came back home I saw this story on the 5 o'clock news.
Can anyone clip the first five seconds?:
(For the record he meant "piracy," but it applies nevertheless.)
the department needs these vehicles because of the combat vets returning home that could use IED's to defeat policeSubmitted by Carrie M Christman on Mon, 05/19/2014 - 16:59
Explain to me why the Police need militarized equipment?
The following is an article from Indiana.
The Sheriff deputy explains it quite well
"In Morgan County Indiana, a Sheriff Deputy inadvertently let the cat out of the bag by describing the reasons the Sheriff's Department needs to have militarized, mine resistant vehicles. During an interview, Sgt. Dan Downing said the department needs these vehicles because of the combat vets returning home that could use IED's to defeat police. (Uhh, he said what?) What does that mean?"
Oregon's Senators: Where are you? Only Rand Paul is demanding an explanation for killing of US CitizensSubmitted by RandWatcher on Mon, 05/19/2014 - 16:38
Joe Clifford | Salem-News.com
May 19, 2014
Like Rand Paul or not, he is the only member of Congress who is demanding a legal explanation for the killing of US citizens.
Mr. Paul is held in contempt by the left for many legitimate reasons, but the left cannot find it within themselves to rally behind Mr. Paul for trying to prevent more killings of US citizens. Not one member of the left, or Democratic Party is willing to stand with Mr. Paul in demanding a legal explanation for the killing of US citizens. Shame on them!
Mr. Paul is attempting to block the nomination of David Barron as a member of the US Court of Appeals because Paul says it was Barron who wrote the legal briefs justifying earlier assassinations, but Paul argues: "I’ve read David Barron’s memos concerning the legal justification for killing an American citizen overseas without a trial or legal representation, and I am not satisfied.
"While the president forbids me from discussing what is in the memos, I can tell you what is not in the memos. There is no valid legal precedent to justify the killing of an American citizen not engaged in combat."
So if Mr. Paul is correct in his assessment of there being no "legal justification", then it must be an illegal killing, or murder, yet Mr. Paul stands alone in the US Congress.
No, seriously, I’m – I mean I – I’m looking at this because I see people like Rand Paul and Ted Cruz and, to me, I don’t want the Republican Party going in that direction. Whether it’s me or someone else, I want to do all that I can to make sure that what I call the realistic foreign policy wing and national security wing of the Republican Party does not give into the isolationists. And I don’t want to go back to the 1930s and the days of Charles Lindbergh.
Start at 10:20:
As seen on The Kelly File
A gospel song saved a 10-year-old Atlanta boy from his kidnapper. Willie Myrick said he was in his front yard and bent down to pick up money when somebody grabbed him and threw him in a car.
"On Friday, federal Judge John Heyburn ruled that the state must apply for a permit to lawfully obtain the seeds, and paved the way for Growing Warriors to obtain individual planting permits."
When NSA contractor Edward Snowden downloaded tens of thousands of top-secret documents from a highly secure government network, it led to the largest leak of classified information in history — and sparked a fierce debate over privacy, technology and democracy in the post-9/11 world. Now, in "United States Of Secrets," FRONTLINE goes behind the headlines to reveal the dramatic inside story of how the U.S. government came to monitor and collect the communications of millions of people around the world—including ordinary Americans—and the lengths they went to trying to hide the massive surveillance program from the public. “This is as close to the complete picture as anyone has yet put together — and it’s bigger and more pervasive than we thought,” says veteran FRONTLINE filmmaker Michael Kirk.
VIDEO: Border Patrol Attempt To Seize Phone From Libertarian Filming Inland Checkpoint Stop
Agent: “I don’t know if it’s a weapon”
May 19, 2014
Video that surfaced over the weekend shows border patrol agents close to El Paso, Texas attempting to seize a libertarian activist’s phone as he was videoing what he believed to be an unconstitutional checkpoint stop.
Although I wouldn't call it a "warning" I wholeheartedly agree:
The world-known Web news headliner has cleaned his Twitter account of all tweets and posts - except for a single, solitary message that strikes a somewhat ominous tone.
"In this manic Digital Age ... It's vital ... To clear your mind ... Constantly," he tweeted.
But that’s the only message that remains on his account. And he subsequently changed his profile background picture of a parrot pecking at another parrot.