I would like to offer some sound advice regarding the use of cash versus plastic. If you take nothing else from this thread other than the stigma surrounding the use of cash then I am elated. Let me give my opinion as to why cash is much more viable as a means of payment than plastic, i.e. debit/credit cards:
1) cash can easily be manipulated into a much smaller size than plastic for safe keeping/storing;
2) cash is already counterfeited by the Federal Reserve, therefore rendering it void of monitor if lost/stolen;
DON'T BUY INTO THE WAR PROPAGANDA TONIGHT! ISIS is gonna get ya...BOO!
Instances of the United States overthrowing, or attempting to overthrow, a foreign government since the Second World War.
(* indicates successful ouster of a government)
◾China 1949 to early 1960s
◾East Germany 1950s
◾Iran 1953 *
◾Guatemala 1954 *
◾Costa Rica mid-1950s
◾British Guiana 1953-64 *
◾Iraq 1963 *
◾North Vietnam 1945-73
◾Cambodia 1955-70 *
◾Laos 1958 *, 1959 *, 1960 *
◾Ecuador 1960-63 *
◾Congo 1960 *
We are joined by Susanne Posel to talk about the fraud going on in the cannabidiol industry. We also discuss medical marijuana, recreational marijuana and much more.
Full video of yesterday's Capitol Hill press conference pushing for the declassification of the 28-page finding on foreign government support of the 9/11 hijackers, including some very moving remarks from 9/11 family members.
President Obama will make a rare prime-time address to the nation tonight at 9pm ET regarding his strategy for confronting ISIS. ISIS or ISIL is the scariest thing to ever happen in the history of the universe. Think 'The Nothing' from The Never Ending Story. The War on Terror pretty much is The Never Ending Story...
Interact with others from the Liberty Movement (and beyond) by using #NoStupidWars tonight on Twitter.
Watch Sen. Rand Paul's response (Hannity wasn't pleased) here: http://iroots.org/2014/09/10/rand-paul-responds-to-isis-spee...
Written by Adam Dick | Wednesday September 10, 2014
Putting the beating of the war drums against ISIS into context, Kucinich discusses the effort to use fear to manipulate Americans into supporting wars since the attacks of September 11, 2001:
Everyone experiences fear in his or her life. It’s a human emotion, and we experience it…. The American people are by nature not a fearful people. And, ever since 9/11, there’s been an effort to try to instill fear in Americans so that America’s manipulated to go into wars against countries that have no ability to attack us and to continue to promote regime change around the world and to promote an American imperium, which is just absolutely contrary to the reason why this country was founded, contrary to our best interests, and contrary to a secure future — not only for America but for the world.
This is absolutely fantastic! Now we just need sub-titles to the show.
Jennifer Bowman on the ISIS threat.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney met with House Republicans Tuesday morning after returning from their August recess, warning lawmakers about how grave the threat of Islamic State (ISIS) terrorists is.
But some anti-interventionist Republicans were not thrilled about Cheney’s foreign policy views returning to prominence in the party.
Rep. Justin Amash, R-MI, fresh off of his victory of a contentious Republican primary, was one of them.
I know we have heard these kind of statements before, but you really have to listen to this guy and some of his insights. Don't be too quick to judge, all we can do is listen, absorb, plan for the future and wait. Some of the activity in the worldwide gold and silver markets may be reasons for the sudden rush to war with Russia and China.
The Salt Lake City Tribune has an interesting story about a Florida town which well-known for its speed traps, and a startling ticket:resident ratio. First, some background on the town of Waldo, FL:
The north Florida town of Waldo has long had a reputation as a speed trap, and it’s no wonder. A small segment of highway that runs through Waldo requires drivers to speed up and slow down six times: 65 mph becomes 55 mph; 55 becomes 45; then goes back to 55; then back down to 45; to 55 again and eventually, 35 mph.
I subconsciously made a bunch of the typical mistakes after a certain point in my relationship with her based on my bad experiences from the past. My fault, no one else’s. I knew something was wrong, but I became too defensive and less understanding. Here’s a quick summary:
1. She asked for space 2 weeks before it ended. I gave it to her although we maintained short daily messages (probably too much).
Sen. Elizabeth Warren ripped Federal Reserve officials Tuesday for not putting a single Wall Street banker behind bars for their role in the financial collapse.
Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/sep/9/elizabeth-war...
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The NEOCONs are in full attack mode. They have been waiting for this moment. The GOP is having Dick Cheney give speeches to the House Republicans.
Some of our "fellow traveler" politicians are giving in. People are beginning to make the point for intervention on liberty forums. NEOCON leaning GOP members are winning primaries.
What are you doing about it? Are you writing articles to your local paper? Are you changing the conversation towards liberty in your circles of influence? Are you educating yourself on the situation in order to make a compelling non-interventionist argument?
These are the times that test men (and women). Push the conversation back in our direction. If you don't fight, many people will die and Dick Cheney's crew will end up back in charge of the country.
Rand and Mitt both at 15%... http://www.forbes.com/sites/johnzogby/2014/09/09/rand-and-mi...