politics

built on a foundation of silly putty

April 26, 2015
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built on a foundation of silly putty

One of the grandest scams of all time is still running along handsomely in spite of its core being exposed as nothing but hot air. Please keep in mind the source of so much global governmental meddling and the reality that flies in its face. More importantly, what it says about the proponent media, politicians…

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big spender on public schools

April 3, 2015
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I wrote, published and used the article below as part of my election campaign for Idaho Governor in 2006. Nine years later I’m looking smarter and smarter. But the electorate put their Xs next to the R … hmmm does “R” stand for “Rather not think about it”? Butch the R just signed a bill…

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news briefs

March 25, 2015
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news briefs

I have several bits that I wanted to share in some way or another. This morning I decided to get ’em done with the simple expedient of clipping the links together in one digest. First off, a You-Tube video where one of the most insightful news analysts runs through the headlines and truth behind them.…

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[more] Hillary felonies

March 13, 2015
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[more]  Hillary felonies

Obama’s Tepid Response to the Clinton Email Scandal Mr. President, are you not troubled that your secretary of state had a non-secure email account and used it for all of her work? by Andrew Napolitano Hillary Rodham Clinton, the former first lady, U.S. senator from New York, and secretary of state, used a private email…

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unemployment stats

March 8, 2015
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unemployment stats

Because the federal government likes to take credit for employment levels, in 1994 they decided to stop counting people who still cannot find gainful employment after 6 months or more of looking. Ya-see, they aren’t The Unemployed anymore, they are something else … like homeless or living in Mom’s basement … disappeared off the unemployment…

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big bucks vote for vaccines

March 1, 2015
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big bucks vote for vaccines

The debate rages over vaccines. On one side are the horrible, irresponsible Luddites with their outlandish claims that vaccines are actually a bad thing. On the other side are medical professionals, drug companies, politicians and mainstream media insisting that vaccines are so important to our health that they must be made mandatory. There are four…

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the roll of the presidents

March 1, 2015
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the roll of the presidents

A Century of American Figurehead Presidents Marching to the Beat of Wall Street and the New World Order By Joachim Hagopian – from: Global Research, February 18, 2015 It’s that time of year again! President’s Day, a time to honor America’s two greatest presidents in history (at least from history book consensus) – George Washington…

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CIA’s clumsy hitters

February 28, 2015
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CIA’s clumsy hitters

In what strongly appears as a contract hit, Boris Nemtsov was murdered within photo-op distance of the Kremlin by multiple shooters from a slow-moving car. Though a tiny figure in current Russian politics, he could be called “an opposition leader”. Of course the man of many names who could be called “president” was among the…

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4 simple questions

February 28, 2015
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4 simple questions

While the information below is still a solid, real part of true history, the links that were included and referenced in it have been removed from the World Wide Web, as far as I can tell. You can try them. They didn’t work from my computer. The cold-case posse charged by Arizona’s Maricopa County Sheriff…

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Secession, Slavery and the Civil War

February 27, 2015
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Secession, Slavery and the Civil War

Causation, Correlation or Mass Confusion? from: NathanKleffman.com The facts, theories, conspiracies, scams, resources and products that I think are important, and so should you. The Ludwig von Mises Institute recently hosted their annual get together in Houston on the heroically controversial theme of secession. Mises Institute President Jeff Deist opened the morning with a speech…

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who do you trust?

February 25, 2015
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who do you trust?

Just because you do not take an interest in politics doesn’t mean politics won’t take an interest in you. Pericles One of the great frustrations for those who are paying attention is family and friends who don’t. I realize THE RULERS have the glitzy media on their team and the smoothest liars money can buy…

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body English

February 25, 2015
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Since I almost never watch television, it is extremely rare I see the con-man-in-chief with his lips moving. On those few occasions recently where I did both, I was struck by the body language clues ohbummer puts out. Where are his minders? After each outlandish falsehood he utters, his mouth blatantly broadcasts the movements of…

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42 ADMITTED False Flag Attacks

February 14, 2015
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42 ADMITTED False Flag Attacks

Posted on February 9, 2015 by WashingtonsBlog Painting by Anthony Freda Governments from Around the World Admit They Do It There are many documented false flag attacks, where a government carries out a terror attack … and then falsely blames its enemy for political purposes. In the following 42 instances, officials in the government which…

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in the news

February 13, 2015
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In this morning’s “newspaper”, the Rational Review Digest is one of my sources) I found several excellent articles I would like to share with you. I just couldn’t decide which one(s). So today I give you excerpts with links to the full articles. – Ted A Father’s Personal Struggle with the Vaccine Debate The Dissident…

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terrorist manufacturing

February 11, 2015
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terrorist manufacturing

Released Guantanamo Terrorist Killed in Afghanistan, Recruiting for ISIS Fellow Conservative, We’ve been trying to stop Obama from releasing terrorists from Guantanamo Bay for months. Our argument is simple: if these extremists are released back to the Middle East, they will take up arms against the United States. This Guantanamo lament comes in a constant…

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Americans Have Obeyed Their Last Gun Law

February 2, 2015
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Americans Have Obeyed Their Last Gun Law

Americans Have Obeyed Their Last Gun Law A cyberpamphlet by L. Neil Smith [email protected] My mom was used to calling herself a “fallen-away Catholic”. Like so many others of that kind, she never got entirely free of it, and carried baggage of guilt and self-hatred with her to the end of her days. Although I…

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more guns, less crime

January 29, 2015
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FBI Confirms That While Gun Sales Are Up, Violent Crime Is Down Posted by Bob Owens on January 26, 2015 at 9:37 pm   Various anti-gun groups claiming that the increased acceptance of firearms in American society is lead to more violent crime and gun accidents. Unfortunately for the deceivers, we know that gun accidents…

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the state of THE STATE

January 21, 2015
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the state of THE STATE

I am grateful to those with the intestinal fortitude to sit through the propaganda fest performance by the liar in chief. I get as much as I can stand by reading and viewing the responses. The primary lesson one should take away from this show is what the rulers have in mind to do to…

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Monsanto’s Role in Ukraine

January 20, 2015
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Monsanto’s Role in Ukraine

Will this be a takeover of Ukraine’s farmland? by Christina Sarich – from Common Dreams .org There are many facets to the conflict in Ukraine that have been overlooked by most media outlets. The role of western biotech firms is just one of them. (Image: via Natural Society) The World Bank and International Monetary Fund…

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Government is the Country’s Biggest Problem, Say Americans

January 2, 2015
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Government is the Country’s Biggest Problem, Say Americans

Independence DayGovernment (and the creatures who infest its rotten carcass) was the most important problem facing the United States in 2014, Americans tell Gallup pollsters. That’s up from being the second most serious problem in 2013, and the third-ranker in 2012. Who says the American political system is stuck? This is progress! The news that…

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Illegal Immigrant Kids cost $260k each per Year

December 30, 2014
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Illegal Immigrant Kids cost $260k each per Year

By Mark Wachtler December 29, 2014. Fort Sill, OK. (ONN) Remember this summer when tens of thousands of illegal immigrant children were streaming across America’s southern border into the US? They are still coming, at an estimated rate of 5,000 to 10,000 per month, unaccompanied and into the waiting arms of the Obama administration, the…

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Nullification Works

December 18, 2014
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Nullification Works

Congress Ends Federal Ban on Medical Marijuana Ryan McMaken from Mises Institute blog The LA Times reported on December 16: Tucked deep inside the 1,603-page federal spending measure is a provision that effectively ends the federal government’s prohibition on medical marijuana and signals a major shift in drug policy. The bill’s passage over the weekend…

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the good war

December 16, 2014
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the good war

History will be kind to me for I intend to write it. – Winston Churchill Dubya-Dubya-Too is often considered the last good war. Some of us have to look almost a century prior to find a contender for that honor. Nevertheless, Winston is highly respected by history for his “leadership during that time of crisis.”…

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inside view of Ferguson protection

December 3, 2014
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inside view of Ferguson protection

The Ferguson Conundrum Solved By Community Security   This article comes from personalliberty.com by Brandon Smith Many times in the past I have discussed the concept of what I call the “non-participation principle,” but often people misinterpret what “non-participation” really entails. Such a strategy does not mean an individual activist or group simply refuses to…

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the WHY shows up

December 1, 2014
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the WHY shows up

Yesterday I assembled information and links to a number of glaring oddities surrounding the Ferguson protests, riots, arsons and responses. Clearly USofA federal agents are doing some of the damage and a lot of the stirring up (see Ferguson, protests, looting, violence). I could figure some of their motivations, but felt I was missing something.…

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