Ask yourself, does it look like these people want war?
A woman student says: "Governments have war with each other because they have benefits. But there is no war between people".
Rick Steves was asked by worried local people from the U.N. if there was anything he could do (as a travel writer in the Seattle area) to stop the rush to war and saber rattling and help calm things down. His thought? Get me permission from Iran to enter as an American film crew, and I will produce an hour TV show on Iran. Pub Nov 9, 2009
This gives me hope that the World is changing and governments have nothing to do with it.
Today, Judge Forrest permanently enjoined (prevented) enforcement of a portion of the National Defense Authorization Act, stating that the law “impermissibly impinges on guaranteed First Amendment rights and lacks sufficient definitional structure and protections to meet the requirements of due process.”
The NDAA is a federal law signed into law by President Obama on December 31, 2011 that authorizes the government to detain persons–without charge or trial–including U.S. citizens, who “substantially support” Al-Qaeda, the Taliban or their “associated forces.”
Wired - 09.12.12: The House on Wednesday reauthorized for five years broad electronic eavesdropping powers that legalized and expanded the George W. Bush administration’s warrantless wiretapping program.
The FISA Amendments Act, (.pdf) which is expiring at year’s end, allows the government to electronically eavesdrop on Americans’ phone calls and e-mails without a probable-cause warrant so long as one of the parties to the communication is believed outside the United States. The communications may be intercepted “to acquire foreign intelligence information.”
"We are on a road that leads straight to the World War 3, but in order to see that and to fully understand what is at stake you have to look at the big picture and connect the dots. This video examines the history of the dollar, its relation to oil, and the real motives behind the wars of the past two decades."
I just heard today that Jim Uprichard is being released from the hospital in Daytona Beach, & is flying home to Reno today!
His head injuries are still troubling him & he hasn't regained all of his memory or motor skills, but the hospital felt that he could be released. He also has a broken arm and facial fractures, but there's no reason to keep him in the hospital further.
We're hoping when he arrives, that the Reno VA Hospital can take over his care.
We all know the story about Maine and the duly elected delegates who were unseated. When we were in Tampa, we all stood together and supported Maine. That’s why we had several hundred people in the Maine walk out chanting, “As Maine Goes, So Goes The Nation!”
Let’s continue to support the liberty movement in Maine. Check out these awesome shirts the Maine delegates have put together to commemorate the duly elected delegates to the RNC in Tampa.
Two of the so called Al-Qaeda members who were wearing Guy Fawkes masks forgot to remove their press passes. Via: http://www.dailypaul.com/254485/photo-egyptian-rioters-were-...
Here is everything saved if they remove it: http://imgur.com/a/8UKgj
From Washington Examiner
Photo: Egyptian rioters were wearing Guy Fawkes masks
September 12, 2012
Egyptian rioters yesterday were photographed wearing Guy Fawkes masks next to photo graffiti on a wall of the U.S. embassy during a protest in Cairo, Egypt
With more Federal Reserve stimulus coming and central banks around the world turning into buyers, gold prices have room to run higher, Barrick Gold CEO Jamie Sokalsky told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” on Tuesday.
The new CEO of the world’s largest precious metals miner is optimistic about the outlook for gold prices, saying, “Gold could definitely surpass previous highs and go above $2,000 and even higher in the next year.”
By Hadeel Al Shalchi
BENGHAZI, Libya | Wed Sep 12, 2012
(Reuters) - The U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other embassy staff were killed in a rocket attack on their car, a Libyan official said, as they were rushed from a consular building stormed by militants denouncing a U.S.-made film insulting the Prophet Mohammad.
Gunmen had attacked and burned the U.S. consulate in the eastern city of Benghazi, a center of last year's uprising against Muammar Gaddafi, late on Tuesday evening, killing one U.S. consular official. The building was evacuated.
The Libyan official said the ambassador, Christopher Stevens, was being driven from the consulate building to a safer location when gunmen opened fire.
"The American ambassador and three staff members were killed when gunmen fired rockets at them," the official in Benghazi told Reuters.
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — The Federal Reserve, worried that improvement in the unemployment rate has stalled, announced a third, large purchase of bonds on Thursday in an effort to bring down long-term interest rates and spur growth.
The Fed said it would buy mortgage-backed securities at a pace of $40 billion per month.
The Federal Open Market Committee, which ended a two-day meeting on Thursday, said it was concerned that, without the action, “economic growth might not be strong enough to generate sustained improvement in labor market conditions.”Read text of statement.