Some people do not like sports, but RGIII is one the most popular QBs now. He is young, but it seems he is aware of what is going on. He has access to more young people than we could ever have.
"Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III took to Twitter on Tuesday to complain about the “tyranny of political correctness” he believes is holding American culture “hostage."
He goes on to define Tyranny
“Tyranny- ‘a condition imposed by some outside agency or force living under the tyranny of the clock’ or political correctness…”
Jerry Doyle: The CIA is Shoveling Millions and Millions of Dollars into Hamid Karzai's Pockets - Author Douglas Wissing ExplainsSubmitted by GBAmerica on Tue, 04/30/2013 - 23:08
The Jerry Doyle Show: The CIA is Shoveling Millions and Millions of Dollars into Hamid Karzai's Pockets - Author Douglas Wissing Explains
(Alot of other good shows lately! Look at them all!)
I only happened to spy it because I'm packing, and happened to be wrapping a vase in page A13. After seeing it, I wanted to come share it.
Karzai Confirms Accepting CIA Cash Monthly for 10 Years
By JUHANA ROSSI in Helsinki and YAROSLAV TROFIMOV in Kabul | Wall Street Journal
Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Monday acknowledged that his office has been receiving money from the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency over the past 10 years, dismissing the monthly cash payments as a "small amount."
Hi I'm Taylor Wilson, and I built a Nuclear Fusion Reactor @14 in My Parent's Garage; Soon, You can, Too!Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Tue, 04/30/2013 - 20:57
Oh, and found a cheap way to detect cancer, from what used to cost 100's of thousands of dollars, to barely over $100, oh yeah, and also invented about a hundred times cheaper radiation detector for port security.
All before he's even legally allowed to drink. Now, how about that?
Meet the Future, the WunderKind: Taylor Wilson
Taylor Wilson: My radical plan for small nuclear fission reactors
2.5 acres in South Texas, I'm considering a break from city life. What would you do if this was your land?Submitted by RobHino on Tue, 04/30/2013 - 20:41
What if someone gave you 2.5 acres in South Texas? Would you leave your city life?
We've all thought and dreamed about buying a piece of land somewhere and starting our own little homesteads, or just breaking free from the daily grind and trying something new. Well, I don't know how I've never thought about this, but my father owns 2.5 acres in South Texas that, in part of a divorce settlement, is to be given to my brother and I.
My father has tried once to sign over the property to us several years ago, but we balked at the extra responsibility of keeping up the property, as we were too young and irresponsible at the time, living hours away in the city...a clear opportunity missed.
I recently resigned my corporate America marketing job to pursue my entrepreneurial dreams, and I've been doing a lot of thinking about changing my lifestyle completely. I mean, could I really leave the city and move out to a small town, population around 5000, almost zero opportunity other than agriculture, government, or Wal-Mart...yep, there's a Wal-Mart.
I have so many ideas of how I might be able to use the property for business while also making a small homestead...and I wouldn't have to pay any rent or a mortgage! Of course, it would take some starter money to get going where I'd at least feel safe and comfortable.
This is a flier put out in 1917. Hemp for victory, and chickens for change!
Good to know I'm doing my "Patriotic Duty."
‘It’s Not Spiderman!’ Fox Host Spars With Judge Napolitano Over FBI’s Limits In Going After TerroristsSubmitted by DeMolay on Tue, 04/30/2013 - 14:54
“The Obama administration is looking to fine tech companies big bucks unless they make eavesdropping on Americans easier,” Fox & Friends’ Gretchen Carlson informed on Tuesday. As the crew brought in Judge Andrew Napolitano to discuss the situation regarding wiretaps and search warrants, host Brian Kilmeade invoked the Boston bombing suspects to counter Napolitano’s argument.
“So what would happen if had gone on under President Bush?” Kilmeade asked.
“This did happen under President Bush with the NSA persuading — National Security Administration — persuading telecom providers to allow them to tap into it,” Napolitano reminded. “Some of our colleagues in the media exposed it, and it stopped.”
MB Studio Productions High Capacity Magazine PSA
Published on Apr 21, 2013
This is the first of several Public Service Announcements MB Studio Productions will be producing to demonstrate who gun laws really affect and why they don't work.
Another happy ending, this time in Evansville, Indiana, provided courtesy the Second Amendment:
22-year-old Paul Lukac and 24-year-old Justin Henschen are accused of breaking into John and Matt Fugate's home, but those two suspects had no idea what was waiting for them....
Matt was behind his bedroom door when out of nowhere, he says two men kicked in the front door of his Idlewild Drive home....His brother John's 911 call explains what happened next.
"I just had somebody kick down my door, and my brother has him at gunpoint on the floor," John tells the 911-operator.
Matt says the suspects were surprised and with no other options didn't move until police arrived. For two-long-minutes, Matt's pistol stayed locked on his targets loaded and at the ready.
Patriot Militia Attacks Government Forces
(AMERICAN FREE PRESS -BOSTON)
Police and National Guard units seeking to confiscate a cache of recently banned assault weapons were ambushed Sunday by elements of a para-military right wing extremist faction. Military and law enforcement sources estimate that 72 were killed and more than 200 injured before government forces were compelled to withdraw.
Speaking after the clash, Massachusetts Governor Thomas Gage declared that the extremist militia faction has citizens who have links to the radical right wing tax protest movement. Gage blamed the militia for recent incidents of vandalism directed against internal revenue offices.
The governor who described the group’s organizers as “terrorists” , issued an executive order authorizing the summary arrest of any individual who has interfered with the governments efforts to secure law and order. The law enforcement team augmented by elements of the National Guard, were sent to raid a militia arsenal after widespread refusal of right wing extremists to turn over recently outlawed assault weapons. This decision followed a meeting in early July between government and law enforcement which authorized the confiscation of the illegal arms, known as the weapons of choice among criminals and militias.
One government official, speaking on condition of anonymity, pointed out “that none of these people would have been killed had right wing extremist obeyed the law and turned over the weapons voluntarily”.
It's time to make some noise....
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