Saturday, February 28, 2009

13-Year-Old Republican of the Apocalypse

Jonathan Krohn was a featured speaker at today's Conservative Political Action Conference. He's also a published author! read more
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Patrice Lewis: Washington socialists need a good spanking

Maybe America is learning that discipline can make a difference with spoiled brats. Maybe we're realizing that a good spanking is in order for the out-of-control socialists in Washington. Maybe that's why there are "tea parties" springing up all over America. And Obama has only been in power for less than a couple of months. Time for a spanking! read more Note from blog editor: By the way, had I followed my usual title format with the title followed with " - by (author's name)," the title to this story would have been, "Washington socialists need a good spanking - by Patrice Lewis." That sounded a little inappropriate, if you know what I mean. Or then again, Bawney Fwank would have loved it... LOL digg story

Meet the D.C. hypocrites - By Henry Lamb

Democrats and three RINOs just spent nearly $800 billion to: 1) stimulate the economy; 2) create or save 3.5 million jobs; and 3) reduce dependence on foreign oil, according to President Obama, Senate Majority Leader, Harry Reid and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. These goals could be achieved, however, with no new spending at all. read more digg story

'Living within our means' - by Joseph Farah

Whatever happened to the idea of leading by example? While Washington is borrowing a trillion here and a trillion there, the president is lecturing the rest of us to start living within our means. Not content with bankrupting the government, Obama and the Democrats seem intent on literally bankrupting the U.S. - and perhaps the world's - economy. read more

Friday, February 27, 2009

Feds grant eminent domain as collateral to China for US debt

The United States has tendered to China a written agreement which grants to the People's Republic of China an option to exercise Eminent Domain within the USA, as collateral for China's continued purchase of US treasury notes and existing US currency reserves! Secretary of State Clinton and Obama really are out to ruin this country. read more | digg story, submitted by indygirl

2 Hawaiian bandits: 1 on Oahu, 1 in D.C. - By Melanie Morgan

While in Hawaii, Melanie and her husband were robbed. In the meantime, another person from Hawaii, Barack Hussein Obama, is robbing us by raising taxes of various forms and one will surely be a Global Hoaxing tax. Melanie also shows evidence that the higher income tax rates are aimed at Conservatives by decreasing deductions for charitable giving.

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Wake me when this nightmare's over - By David Limbaugh

Certain highbrow right-wingers accused Mr. Limbaugh of hyperventilating. They told us knuckle draggers that Obama is pragmatic and centrist and that we should just calm down and give him a chance. We responded that we didn't have the luxury of being calm, because if we let our guard down, Obama would rush through his agenda... which he is doing.

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The Pakistani time bomb - By Hal Lindsey

There are major issues in Pakistan, one being that the Taliban now controls Swat, in Northwest Pakistan, a region the size of Delaware, and Al Qaida is allowed to openly operate in. The other issue is that Pakistan may have up to 100 nuclear warheads, and have ballistic and cruise missiles capable of delivery. If Pakistan falls, what could happen?

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Daily Show: Obama Is Antichrist, Hitler or Both

A little tongue in cheek for you today. The Daily Show's Jason Jones looks at the raising concerns that Obama is the Beast and/or the twin of Hitler, and it's getting the mainstream media's attention. read more | digg story, submitted by irfanmp

What on earth is bugging Michael Medved? - By Joseph Farah

WorldNetDaily has a fantastic relationship with most radio talk-show hosts. But there is one talker, Michael Medved, who for some reason makes it a regular practice of insulting, abusing and ridiculing WorldNetDaily, as well as Joseph and his friend and colleague Jerome Corsi. So, why is Medved so angry about WND? Does it seem a little bit strange? read more | digg story

Thursday, February 26, 2009

The president's plan to stimulate poverty - By Jane Chastain

In the description on digg.com for this story, I wrote: "With the passage of the so-called economic stimulus bill designed by the Democrat-run Congress and promoted by President Obama, the perverse incentives that actually reward states for enrolling and keeping people on the public dole are baaack! But Barack Obama had praised the welfare reforms of 1996 during the election campaign. Go figure..." Another great digg user and friend, indygirl, submitted the same story, only from the other WND url, and she said it in a way I liked better than my description: "1965, L. Johnson initiated a welfare system that for many people became a way of life. Not until 1996, when a Rep[ublican] Congress forced President Clinton to change welfare reforms was a 60% drop in welfare caseloads seen. Obama praised these reforms during his campaign, but now he seems bent on trapping ignorant people into poverty and control." It was the part when indygirl wrote, "he seems bent on trapping ignorant people into poverty and control," that was the perfect follow-up to what I had stated above. Well, except for the fact that she submitted the story first... Please note: I'm the guilty one of submitting a duplicate story to digg.com. The reason I submitted it again is because many readers of WorldNetDaily have to choose between the worldnetdaily.com or the wnd.com urls. Many of the people that see the article at WorldNetDaily or WND go to the digg page directly from the article. I am providing the links to both of the digg pages dealing with this column by Jane Chastain below. read the column digg the story I submitted digg the story indygirl submitted

A vast ocean of intellectual diarrhea - By Erik Rush

We need to be capable of successfully navigating the vast ocean of intellectual diarrhea that has become our conventional wisdom. The alternative media and online news outlets have made a dent, but the fact remains that millions of voting Americans still get their information from the far-left establishment press.

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Ayers already turning on Obama - By Jack Cashill

You did not have to be a weatherman to know that terrorist emeritus Bill Ayers would quickly blow cold on the Obama presidency. On Monday, less than five weeks into the Obama era, Ayers blasted Obama's decision to send additional troops to Afghanistan as a "colossal mistake." Now, Ayers is the potential extortionist who lives in the neighborhood.

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The Cal Ripken president - By Ann Coulter

Are we going to have to hear about this for the next four years? Obama is becoming the Cal Ripken Jr. of presidents, making history every time he suits up for a game. Recently, Obama also became the first African-American president to order a ham sandwich late at night from the White House kitchen! That's going to get old pretty quick.

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Race-baiter Eric Holder - By Joseph Farah

So why is Holder elevating extremists like Du Bois and Malcolm X and Paul Robeson, another card-carrying Stalinist, at the expense of unifying political and social figures like Booker T. Washington and George Washington Carver? The answer is simple. It is the extremists and socialists and haters with whom Eric Holder more clearly identifies.

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Heads will roll - By Barbara Simpson

Barbara asks if America's multiculturalism will lead to allowing "honor killings" by Muslims as prescribed by their Sharia law. Media coverage is always low key and virtually non-existent. Octuplets and a rampaging chimpanzee get headlines; a beheading gets a media pass. It's not acceptable to say or think anything untoward of Muslims or Islam.

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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Grab your Indian gear - The American Tea Party happens on Friday

As many of you may have heard, there is a revolt brewing over the Democrats' grotesque tax and spending boondoggle. A trillion dollars belonging to future generations of Americans has been blown on absolute garbage. The Liberals are abuzz about how Obama has done more in 30 days than any president in history. On that, I would agree. It took us 232 years to get to a $1 trillion national debt. Obama doubled it in 30 days. Yesterday the Frankenstein Democrats in the House unveiled their monster Omnibus spending bill (one wit noted that the Omnibus is the Stimulus's retarded little brother) with another $410 billion of pure pork products, including 9,000 (pigs') earmarks. [Continue reading]
Check the list of more than 13 cities nationwide to see if your city is having a party. digg story, submitted by PatriotRoom

Monday, February 23, 2009

Rothschild Agents Take 10 Key Posts In Obama Administration

Top: Rice, McFaul, Kagan, Slaughter, and Wolin Bottom: Emanuel, Summers, Orszag, Rouse, and Sutphen
"Six former Rhodes Scholars (educated at Oxford University in Britain) and four others associated with the London School of Economics are serving in key posts in the Obama administration. That's not good." By Michael Collins Piper American Free Press 02-21-2009 Our greatest founding father and first president, George Washington, probably wouldn't be ready to celebrate his birthday on Feb. 22 if he were alive today. Having led the 13 colonies to independence from the British Empire in 1783, following the course of a difficult eight-year struggle by those freedom-loving American colonists who followed him, Washington (who lived from 1732 to 1799) would most assuredly be appalled to see that the liberties achieved from the American Revolution are now being flagrantly defied by a number of figures who populate the upper ranks of the administration of Barack Obama. Six former Rhodes Scholars (educated at Oxford University in Britain) and four others associated with the London School of Economics are serving in key posts in the Obama administration. That's not good. Here are 10 of the key "British"-that is, Rothschild -operatives now ensconced in the Obama administration (more can be expected): Susan Rice - ambassador to the UN; Michael McFaul - head of the Russian desk at the National Security Council; Elena Kagan - solicitor general of the United States; Anne-Marie Slaughter - State Department policy planning staff; Neal S.Wolin - deputy counsel to the president for economic policy; Ezekial Emanuel - senior counselor at the White House Office of Management and Budget on health care policy; Lawrence Summers - head of the National Economic Council; Peter Orszag - director of the Office of Management and Budget; Peter Rouse - senior advisor to the president; Mona Sutphen - deputy chief of the White House staff. The truth about the Rhodes Scholarships is not known to the average American who is constantly told by the mass media that Rhodes Scholars (such as former President Bill Clinton) are among "the best and the brightest." [Continue reading at rense.com]
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Senator questions Obama eligibility

Shelby: 'They said he was born in Hawaii, but I haven't seen any birth certificate' WASHINGTON – A U.S. senator has weighed in on the continuing controversy over Barack Obama's eligibility for office by saying he has never seen proof the new president was actually born in Hawaii. "Well, his father was Kenyan and they said he was born in Hawaii, but I haven't seen any birth certificate," Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., told constituents in Cullman County. "You have to be born in America to be president." WND has reported on multiple legal challenges to Obama's status as a "natural born citizen." The Constitution, Article 2, Section 1, states, "No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President." [Continue reading]
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It'll be worse if Obama succeeds - By Roger Hedgecock

Does the president really expect to generate the optimism necessary to get the economy growing again with the doom and gloom rhetoric? Obama's speech on housing contained the word "crisis" more than 30 times. Even Bill Clinton, while praising the "change" in Obama's first month, voiced a need to hear the "hope."

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80+ year-old economic survivor guide - by Chuck Norris

An old Spanish proverb says, "An ounce of mother is worth a pound of clergy." I believe that value will hold, in or out of a recession. And being that his 87-year-old mother lived through the Great Depression, her value (and those like her) will actually increase through these tough economic times, because their insider wisdom can help us.

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Sunday, February 22, 2009

Barack Obama: American History’s WORST PRESIDENT EVER

He takes Bush’s position on warrantless wiretaps. He hires cronies for political appointments. He increases the deficit by a trillion or more (and that’s just his first month!) He stops giving detainees trials. He hasn’t closed Gitmo (issued an order to try, but Bush tried too). He will still do renditions. He wrote caveats into his own Executive Orders... ~ gbudavid Here is what Scott of floppingaces.net wrote:
Ya know, after I wrote the WORST PRESIDENT EVER line the other day, I expected a great deal of gripe from the left. It hasn’t come. It probably hasn’t been noticed bigtime. Still, I don’t make the comment as lightly as someone at MSNBC might. PR and name recognition isn’t my goal, and so those words don’t come from me as marketing tools or flippant. [Continue reading at floppingaces.net]
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No Habeas Rights For Obama Detainees - Bush Right Again

Obama Stays the Course on Bagram The Justice Department today said it would adhere to the Bush administration's position that detainees imprisoned at a U.S. air base in Afghanistan have no right to challenge their confinement in U.S. courts. Last month, U.S. District Judge John Bates gave the new administration an opportunity to refine its position in cases involving four detainees incarcerated at the Bagram prison, located on a converted Soviet base about 30 miles north of Kabul. They are seeking the same rights as prisoners held at the naval base in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba -- more than 200 of whom are challenging their detention in habeas proceedings in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Acting Assistant Attorney General Michael Hertz filed the government's response today. Here it is, in full: "This Court’s Order of January 22, 2009 invited the Government to inform the Court by February 20, 2009, whether it intends to refine its position on whether the Court has jurisdiction over habeas petitions filed by detainees held at the United States military base in Bagram, Afghanistan. Having considered the matter, the Government adheres to its previously articulated position." The approximately 650 prisoners in the hardscrabble Bagram prison are being held there indefinitely and without charge. The prison is closed to journalists and human rights activists, and while it has long been dubbed "the other Guantánamo," Bagram detainees lack the same privileges, such as regular access to lawyers. While the Guantánamo population has dwindled to about 245, Bagram has added more than 100 prisoners since 2005, according to the Defense Department. President Obama has ordered a task force led by the attorney general and the defense secretary to review overall policy on detainees. A report is due in six months. A Justice Department spokesman declined to speculate on whether the government's position may change following the review. [Continue reading]
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Mr. President, Keep the Airwaves Free - By Rush Limbaugh

By RUSH LIMBAUGH Dear President Obama: I have a straightforward question, which I hope you will answer in a straightforward way: Is it your intention to censor talk radio through a variety of contrivances, such as "local content," "diversity of ownership," and "public interest" rules -- all of which are designed to appeal to populist sentiments but, as you know, are the death knell of talk radio and the AM band? You have singled me out directly, admonishing members of Congress not to listen to my show. Bill Clinton has since chimed in, complaining about the lack of balance on radio. And a number of members of your party, in and out of Congress, are forming a chorus of advocates for government control over radio content. This is both chilling and ominous. As a former president of the Harvard Law Review and a professor at the University of Chicago Law School, you are more familiar than most with the purpose of the Bill of Rights: to protect the citizen from the possible excesses of the federal government. The First Amendment says, in part, that "Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press." The government is explicitly prohibited from playing a role in refereeing among those who speak or seek to speak. We are, after all, dealing with political speech -- which, as the Framers understood, cannot be left to the government to police. [Continue reading]
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National Guard scraps plans to invade rural town

'This operation could be pretty intrusive to the people' By Drew Zahn © 2009 WorldNetDaily DES MOINES, Iowa – Following publicized reports that the Army National Guard was planning a military training exercise on the streets of a rural Iowa town, the commanding officers have called off the mock "invasion." The Guard had planned a four-day urban military operation in tiny Arcadia, Iowa, population 443, sending troops to take over the town and search door-to-door for a suspected weapons dealer. The exercise was designed as a mock scenario to give soldiers the skills needed for deployment in an urban environment, and military officials stressed that only households that consented to be part of the drill would be searched. "It will be important for us to gain the trust and confidence of the residents of Arcadia," Sgt. Mike Kots, readiness NCO for Alpha Company, told Carroll's Daily Times Herald. "We will need to identify individuals that are willing to assist us in training by allowing us to search their homes and vehicles and to participate in role-playing. [Continue reading]
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Tumors triggered by fetal stem cells

Now besides murdering the baby, we can also kill the recipient of fetal stem cells. You gotta love these worshipers of death. Fetal stem cells have done absolutely nothing of promise and adult stem cells have shown great promise in over 60 diseases. That's OK keep killing babies for their stem cells. How disgusting. What a sick nation. read more | digg story, submitted by 7papa7

Saturday, February 21, 2009

Alan Keyes stokes Obama birth certificate controversy

The controversy over the validity of Barack Obama's birth certificate is back on a burner with firebrand conservative Alan Keyes making serious new charges. Keyes, who lost to Obama in the 2004 U.S. Senate race in Illinois, calls Obama a communist and usurper and says he refuses to acknowledge the validity of Obama's inauguration. read more | digg story

Senators Mikulski & Specter's H-2B bill multiplies less-educated foreign workers

Latest data reveal 1.6 million American young adults (18-29) with only a high school degree who are looking for a job but can't find one. Yet, Sens. Mikulski and Specter have introduced a bill to double or triple the visas for less-educated foreign workers over the next three years to compete against those unemployed young Americans.

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The last statesman in Marxist Europe - by Ellis Washington

"Not so long ago, in our part of Europe we lived in a political system that permitted no alternatives and therefore also no parliamentary opposition. We learned the bitter lesson that with no opposition, there is no freedom." ~ Vaclav Klaus, Czech leader (president since 2003), address before the European Parliament, February 19, 2009.

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Obama's Recovery Plan copies Democrat Socialists of America

In short, Washington Democrats adopted lock, stock and barrel, the Socialist economic recovery plan. Obama didn’t think it up. Pelosi and Reid didn’t even dream it up. They adopted it from the Democratic Socialists of America,. read more digg story, submitted by AwakeAmerican

Savage goes on offense in 'Fairness Doctrine' battle

Regulations 'nothing more than a desire to silence political opposition' Talk radio icon Michael Savage is joining forces with a Michigan-based civil rights advocacy organization to protect free speech by fighting the return of the so-called "Fairness Doctrine." "A regulation of speech motivated by nothing more than a desire to silence political opposition on controversial issues of public interest is the purest example of a law abridging the freedom of speech," said Richard Thompson, president and chief counsel of the Thomas More Law Center. "Such action is the hallmark of totalitarian governments, not a free society," he said. [Continue reading]
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'Fairness Doctrine' … say what? - By Pat Boone

If again enacted, the so-called "fairness doctrine" would throttle the speech of some to give unrestricted prominence to others. Its actual purpose is to silence opposition and resistance to the philosophies and intents of a liberal faction in our society – and even to classify some biblical pronouncements and doctrines as "hate speech." read more | digg story

A primer on efforts to kill free speech - By Joseph Farah

Do we still cherish and value the rights of free speech and free press today? Does the Constitution mean what it says in the First Amendment? Do you want to live in a land in which the government serves as the policeman over what can be said and what can't be said, what represents truth and what doesn't, or who is being "fair" and who is not? read more | digg story

Parents? We don't need no stinkin' parents! - By Patrice Lewis

Our parental rights will become null and void under an upcoming treaty called the "U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child." What a relief that after 233 years of independence, the United States is voluntarily ceding its sovereignty to the U.N. Under international law, if this treaty is ratified, it overrides our state Constitutions. Oh, great!

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End of the American Dream? - By Star Parker

According to our president, because "big banks traded in risky mortgages… lenders took advantage of homebuyers… homebuyers knowingly borrowed too much …" we have today's housing crisis. But it's all so untrue. What has failed in our country is not capitalism. It is the intentional undermining of it. The Obama team is bringing capitalism to an end. Star writes:
As our new political leadership leads us into the fiscal twilight zone, is it too much to ask for a little honesty as they do it? The day after President Obama unveiled his plan to bail out distressed mortgage holders, Treasury Secretary Geithner and Housing Secretary Donovan wrote an op-ed in USA Today explaining it. "Ordinarily, American homeowners don't need government help. … But these are no ordinary times," they say. But practically every American homeowner does get government help by being able to deduct mortgage interest from their taxes. And, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the taxpayer backed quasi-government mortgage behemoths, own or insure around 50 percent of all outstanding mortgages in the country. [Continue reading]
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Hijacked by the collectivists - By Henry Lamb

By Henry Lamb © 2009 Worldnetdaily.com Since Franklin Roosevelt's election expelled Republicans from control of government in 1932, Democrats have controlled the White House, the Senate and the House of Representatives for 31 years; Republicans controlled all three branches of government for only four years during this period. Democrats controlled Congress for 53 years; Republicans held the majority for only 12 years. In view of this reality, Democrats are primarily responsible for public policies that have resulted in: It is neither fair nor accurate to blame all the nation's woes on Democrats; Republicans provided considerable assistance over the years. But there can be no doubt that since Franklin Roosevelt's election, the nation's public policies have been shaped by Democrats. [Continue reading]
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CNBC's Rick Santelli Responds to White House Attack

CNBC's Rick Santelli Responds to White House Attack

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Obama hits back at 'tea party' rant

The White House apparently noticed yesterday when a CNBC analyst's impassioned critique of President Obama's mortgage-rescue plan became an Internet phenomenon. At the presidential press briefing today, press secretary Robert Gibbs eagerly responded to a reporter's question about Rick Santelli's rant. Gibbs says Santelli should drink decaf coffee.
Spokesman says CNBC analyst should switch to drinking decaf © 2009 WorldNetDaily The White House apparently noticed yesterday when a CNBC analyst's impassioned critique of President Obama's mortgage-rescue plan became an Internet phenomenon. At the presidential press briefing today, press secretary Robert Gibbs eagerly responded to a reporter's question about Rick Santelli's rant amid sympathetic, angry traders at the CME Group in Chicago. "I've watched Mr. Santelli on cable the past 24 hours or so," Gibbs said, according to an account by the newssite Politico. "I'm not entirely sure where Mr. Santelli lives or in what house he lives, but the American people are struggling every day to meet their mortgages, stay in their jobs, pay their bills, send their kids to school. "I think we left a few months ago the adage that if it was good for a derivatives trader that it was good for Main Street," the White House spokesman continued. "I think the verdict is in on that." Santelli later responded to Gibbs in an MSNBC interview, pointing out his complaint was based more on philosophical differences than on details of the plan. Gibbs contended Santelli "has argued, I think quite wrongly, that this plan won't help everyone." "This plan helps people who have been playing by the rules. ... I would encourage him to read the president's plan. ... I'd be more than happy to have him come here to read it. I'd be happy to buy him a cup of coffee – decaf," Gibbs said with a smile in an obvious reference to Santelli's passion.
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See 'tea party' call by CNBC analyst - By Jerome Corsi

Digg user 7papa7 writes, "Incredible, somebody on a far left station actually telling the truth and not praising Obama for his socialist agenda. I hope it becomes contagious and all America wakes up. A tea party is a good idea but impeachment is a better one. The longer Obama is able to implement his agenda the farther down America will go."
Posted: February 19, 2009 11:44 am Eastern By Jerome R. Corsi © 2009 WorldNetDaily With tongue only partially in cheek, a CNBC analyst on the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange this morning responded to President Obama's proposed $275 billion deficit-financed homeowner bailout plan and other massive spending measures with a call for a new "tea party." Rick Santelli, in a nearly three-minute rant that drew approving hoots and comments from nearby traders, said the Obama administration's promotion of bad behavior must be causing the founding fathers to roll over in their graves. "We're thinking of having a Chicago Tea Party in July," Santelli told CNBC "Squawk Box" co-anchor Joe Kernan. "All you capitalists who want to show up at Lake Michigan, I'm going to start organizing." Some viewers already are comparing Santelli's rant to the well-known scene from the movie "Network" in which character Howard Beale stands up in the middle of his newscast and declares, "I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore!" [Continue reading]
See Santelli's rant below or here. digg story, submitted by 7papa7

Friday, February 20, 2009

Armageddon looms large - By Hal Lindsey (on July 7, 2006)

It's worth nothing that a 1998 Iranian missile test had failed, detonating some 40 seconds after launch after reaching an altitude of 180 miles. It is also worth noting that a nuke detonated 180 miles above the United States would generate an EMP pulse that experts say would instantly plunge America's technology back into the 19th century.

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IAEA Chief: Iran Not Cooperating

The head of the UN nuclear agency said Iran is not helping resolve questions about possible military aspect of its nuclear program. IAEA Director General Mohamed ElBaradei said Tuesday in Paris that Tehran is not now providing any access or clarification about the issue. Western nations have accused Iran of working on nuclear programs in the past. read more | digg story, submitted by BigTomato

EMP attack: Overlooked catastrophe - By Hal Lindsey

Hal's article about the EMP (Electromagnetic Pulse) weapon, which is created by detonating a nuclear device very high in the atmosphere, is somewhat sketchy about what that weapon can do. Basically, when the weapon is detonated, the pulse of the electromagnetic waves are capable of literally frying any type of unshielded electrical circuit, which includes computer chips - which are now found in vehicles, appliances, civilian or military aircraft, military weapons, and satellites. The area of the affects would be very wide spread. The altitude of the device when detonated will determine the extent of the area affected and carnage below. And this is why the last paragraph of his column makes a lot of sense:
I never thought I would say this, but just maybe this is the reason that in chapter 38 of Ezekiel he predicts that the armies that invade Israel in the last days are all riding horses. Could it be that Ezekiel's prophecy is more literal than any of us dared to believe?
The following part of the column also deserves a minor correction, just to help clarify it:
In an article I wrote for WorldNetDaily in July 2007, I noted a 1998 Iranian missile test that "failed, detonating some 40 seconds after launch after reaching an altitude of 180 miles. This is the approximate ideal altitude to detonate a nuclear warhead for an EMP attack on a country."
As I found out, the article was actually written in July of 2006, called "Armageddon looms large". read more | digg story, submitted by rightwingattila. who beat me to it by just a few minutes! :)

Thursday, February 19, 2009

The Revolution is just beginning - By johnny2k

While many of the local TV stations scramble to go from analog to digital broadcasts, I decided to finally go "VOCAL". Having a severe case of "writer's block" in tbe last few weeks may have been the best thing to happen to me. I found out from a column I recently read that my problem was actually "Idea Gridlock." I had to conquer those fears.

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Kadima Headed for the Opposition - Politics

Kadima MK Tzachi Hanegbi spoke out in the afternoon on Voice of Israel government radio and he, too, made it clear that Kadima would head for the opposition. “Israel will have a government headed by Netanyahu. It will have 65 MKs. Kadima will lead the opposition,” he said.

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Savage slams "Batrotsky" Obama (Impeach Obama Now!)

Mike Savage: "Barack Obama is out of control. He is an ego-maniac and a narcissist who has no idea that 47 million Americans said NO to his concept of change, said NO to George Bush, said No to that old hack John Mccain BUT they DIDN'T say yes to Fidel Castro, Lenin, Trotsky and Marx." Awesome Rant! digg story, submitted by libertycheeks

President of Special Interests (Problems in the Bail Out)

Senators Grassley and Sanders offered an amendment to the bank bailout bill to prevent companies receiving bailout money from discharging American employees and replacing them with foreigners on H-1B visas. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and immigration advocates, such as the American Immigration Lawyers Association, immediately tried to defeat it. On January 23 Senator Grassley wrote to Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer:
“I am concerned that Microsoft will be retaining foreign guest workers rather than similarly qualified American employees when it implements its layoff plan. As you know, I want to make sure employers recruit qualified American workers first before hiring foreign guest workers. For example, I cosponsored legislation to overhaul the H-1B and L-1 visa programs to give priority to American workers and to crack down on unscrupulous employers who deprive qualified Americans of high-skilled jobs. Fraud and abuse is rampant in these programs, and we need more transparency to protect the integrity of our immigration system. “Last year, Microsoft was here on Capitol Hill advocating for more H-1B visas. The purpose of the H-1B visa program is to assist companies in their employment needs where there is not a sufficient American workforce to meet their technology expertise requirements. However, H-1B and other work visa programs were never intended to replace qualified American workers. Certainly, these work visa programs were never intended to allow a company to retain foreign guest workers rather than similarly qualified American workers, when that company cuts jobs during an economic downturn. “It is imperative that in implementing its layoff plan, Microsoft ensures that American workers have priority in keeping their jobs over foreign workers on visa programs. “My point is that during a layoff, companies should not be retaining H-1B or other work visa program employees over qualified American workers. Our immigration policy is not intended to harm the American workforce. I encourage Microsoft to ensure that Americans are given priority in job retention. Microsoft has a moral obligation to protect these American workers by putting them first during these difficult economic times.” [Continue reading]
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Why we don't celebrate 'Historians Day' - by Ann Coulter

Being gracious winners, this week, liberals howled with delight at George Bush for coming in seventh-to-last in a historians' ranking of the presidents from best to worst. This was pretty shocking. Most liberals can't even name seven U.S. presidents. Whenever history professors rank you as one of the "worst", you were probably one of the best.

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All is not lost! - By Jane Chastain

If you had an employee who was steeling from you, you would fire that employee. Why would you do otherwise with your employees in Washington? Plug into the National Taxpayers Union and start receiving those report cards on Congress. Then, be prepared to do the right thing in 2010. The money that hasn't been spent can be reclaimed!

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Things to do in Denver when you're pharaoh - By Erik Rush

We've been through worse. Unfortunately, conditions have never been as politicized as they are now. Politician's propaganda about our current financial woes are worsening consumer confidence and has exacerbated the problem – probably intentionally – and resulted in the current downward spiral. In this our doom has become a self-fulfilling prophecy.

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Glenn Beck: The End Game is Global Government & One Currency

“There is a global meltdown coming. It is global depression. And one world currency and one world financial system is the endgame.” Glen Beck Says, “China said last week they want one global currency. France said yesterday … they want one world order - a new world order at the end of this event." digg story, submitted by ColumbusRep

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Obama Sneaks Orders, Documents Through, Media Caught Unaware

Despite all claims to the contrary, President Obama has not been very vigilant about pursuing that idea of "transparency" he ballyhooed during the recent campaign. Politico reported on a host of documents, proclamations and executive orders that Obama has made in the last month and none of them were on-line. In fact, many were not even released...... read more | digg story, submitted by Pepper1024

Former Border Patrol Agents Released From Federal Prison

Igancio Ramos and Jose Campean are finally free and home with their families after spending two years in solitary confinement in federal prison for the non fatal shooting of an illegal alien and convicted drug smuggler while on duty as Border Patrol agents. read more | digg story, submitted by shnizep

It's for OUR children - by John Kubicek

"It's for the children" is a phrase that has brought about a bit of passion in folks, including yours truly. As a radio host known as "Mancow" from Chicago says, beware when you hear those words: "It's for the children"... To help you understand what is now at stake, I've brought this writing to you as a way of saying, "It's for OUR children."

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Monday, February 16, 2009

Obama's all in - By Roger Hedgecock

If last week in Washington were the World Poker Tour, it would have been said that Barack Obama was "all in." That is, the president has pushed all of his (political) chips to the middle of the table with a bet that the single biggest government expenditure in the history of the human race would "jump start the economy." What happens if he's wrong?

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Dear Congress: Leave us alone! - By Craig R. Smith

Free markets are screaming at the top of their lungs, "Leave us alone. Take your legislation and go home!" We know politicians are not the smartest people in the world - most of them could screw up a one-piece jigsaw puzzle - yet they think they can assist a market as complicated as the American economy? Markets know better. Signed, The Free Market

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Congress' clueless credit system - By Chuck Norris

If our country is to survive, we must elect only those who show proof of fiscal discipline, refuse under all circumstances to increase our national deficit, and who commit to pass and live under a constitutional amendment for a balanced budget. If our incumbents voted for the bailouts, vote them out of office. America, it is up to you. Chuck writes:
How does one fight an administration and Congress that believes "only government" is the answer? Is it really true that in the absence of government intervention and doling out another trillion dollars of debt that our nation would certainly experience an economic holocaust? Former President G. W. Bush pushed the first trillion dollar bailout upon America. Nothing happened. President Obama has now pushed the second trillion dollar bailout upon America. Why should we believe there won't be a third, fourth, fifth or sixth governmental so-called stimulus? What other recourse do they have? [read more]
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Which revolution is this? - By Barbara Simpson

It all sounds familiar, just like when Marie Antoinette said, "Let them eat cake!" The president and his cohorts feast on the best while millions of his countrymen lose their homes, their jobs, their savings and their retirement, and now eat cold cuts. But Americans have too much history of freedom. We must speak out now, while we still can.

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GM to Stop Making Cars

By Kevin Jackson GM is taking what has to be one of the most innovative approaches to the business of manufacturing automobiles. They are just going to not make them. GM COO Fritz Henderson admits, "…The fact of the matter is, right now we're losing money on pretty much every car we make…So you can imagine how much money we'd save if we just stopped making them." I think I'm going to start a business that is in the business of making nothing, then ask the government for billions of dollars to bail me out. All I need is for a million other people who say that they depend on my business. [Continue reading at Kevin's blog, The Black Sphere]
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The Church asks, "Is Science so bad?" - by John Kubicek

I saw this one segment on Fox & Friends Sunday morning with Lauren Green, a Fox News correspondent, discussing "Evolution Week IV". The segment starts out with poll results that show a significant proportion of Americans that are "undecided" when it comes to the question of Faith vs Evolution. At one time, centuries ago, science was right. But now?

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Obama lied, democracy died - By Joseph Farah

The lies are piling up after only 30 days. The campaign promises are being broken so fast, it is making the America people's heads spin. Let's look at one of the big lies. How about a promise that before he signs a bill that comes to him, the public will have five days to look it over. That's not going to happen with the porkulus bill now, is it?

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Sunday, February 15, 2009

Glenn Beck: The Twelve Values of "We Surround Them"

Glenn Beck discusses the second step, the 12 Values we should be living by to keep the ship from sinking: Honesty, Reverence, Hope, Thrift, Humility, Charity, Sincerity, Moderation, Hard Work, Courage, Personal Responsibility, and Friendship... Also, please be sure to go that page, and read the complete 9 Principles of the We Surround Them page! read more | digg story

Take courage! - By Greg Laurie

Have you ever been discouraged? Have you ever felt as though your life were a failure? Have you ever been frightened about the future? If so, you're not alone. None other than the great Apostle Paul experienced discouragement. However, Paul ignored the potential danger of returning to Jerusalem after his missionary journeys. God had a future for Paul, and God has a future for each of us! You will love Greg's column, so be sure to read it! Here is one paragraph that you will really appreciate:
Courage seems to be in short supply in this day and age. Courage, also known as bravery, will and fortitude, is the ability to confront fear, pain, risk, danger, uncertainty or intimidation. Physical courage is bravery in the face of physical pain, hardship or even the threat of death. Courage is something that flies against logic at times. To be courageous is to overcome suffering. Mark Twain said that courage is the mastery of fear, not the absence of fear. [Continue reading!]
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Praying for our president - By Pat Boone

The Freedom of Choice Act, though sounding so patriotic, is nothing but legalized murder of innocent life, whether still in the womb, or in the process of birth. It will codify Roe v. Wade. Parental notification or involvement laws in 44 states, and other restrictions at the state level, will be eliminated. Pray for Obama? Sure! But, also pray for America as rjwusa mentions in his comment.

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When America was great - By Joseph Farah

Today, Joseph Farah has written about wisdom and insight: Not his own, but that of our prominent Founding Fathers – those who left us with the legacy of liberty – if only we were bright enough to keep it. Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and Benjamin Franklin had it right. We should have learned from what they had told us, wisdom from centuries ago.

It's the wisdom and insight of some of our prominent Founding Fathers – those who left us with the legacy of liberty – if only we were bright enough to keep it: "Remember democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide." – John Adams, letter to John Taylor, April 15, 1814 "Government is instituted for the common good; for the protection, safety, prosperity and happiness of the people; and not for profit, honor or private interest of any one man, family or class of men; therefore, the people alone have an incontestable, unalienable and indefeasible right to institute government; and to reform, alter or totally change the same, when their protection, safety, prosperity and happiness require it." – John Adams, "Thoughts on Government," 1776 "I am for doing good to the poor, but I differ in opinion of the means. I think the best way of doing good to the poor, is not making them easy in poverty, but leading or driving them out of it. In my youth I traveled much, and I observed in different countries, that the more public provisions were made for the poor, the less they provided for themselves, and of course became poorer. And, on the contrary, the less was done for them, the more they did for themselves, and became richer." – Benjamin Franklin, "On the Price of Corn and Management of the Poor," November 1766

"But with respect to future debt; would it not be wise and just for that nation to declare in the constitution they are forming that neither the legislature, nor the nation itself can validly contract more debt, than they may pay within their own age, or within the term of 19 years." – Thomas Jefferson, September 6, 1789 "Every government degenerates when trusted to the rulers of the people alone. The people themselves, therefore, are its only safe depositories." – Thomas Jefferson, Notes on the State of Virginia, Query 14, 1781 "I think we have more machinery of government than is necessary, too many parasites living on the labor of the industrious." – Thomas Jefferson, letter to William Ludlow, September 6, 1824

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Welcome to Bedrock - By Patrice Lewis

Water wears away all the softer rock first, leaving bedrock: solid, immobile, strong. But even bedrock can be worn away. What you have to do is shut off the water. We are the bedrock, the foot soldiers in a war for the future our country. We are solid, immobile and strong. We are the stubborn ones who do not want our country damaged beyond repair.

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Our new trillion-dollar credit card - By Henry Lamb

Everyone in America wants the government to do something to end the economic tailspin – quick. The problem, of course, is that there is little agreement on what the government should do. Democrats, generally speaking, want to put a trillion dollars in purchases on a new credit card. The new purchases will provide the goods and services the government wants the people to have. Republicans, generally speaking, want to reduce taxes sufficiently to leave a trillion dollars in the pockets of the people so they can purchase the goods and services they want. The proposed solution is an awkward combination of the goals of the Democrats and the Republicans. At best, it is little more than a Band-Aid on a cancer that has been growing in America for half a century. It took Pearl Harbor to convince Americans of the threats to freedom that gathered in the 1930s. When called upon, Americans focused like a laser beam on doing whatever it took to defeat the enemies of freedom. Congress borrowed the money necessary to stoke the nation's manufacturing capacity to produce the goods needed to defeat the enemy. Men went to war; and women went to work. [Continue reading]
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Ask Arlen - By Melanie Morgan

Melanie received over 1,000 emails on what to ask Sen. Arlen Specter - if he actually talks to her - after KSFO in S.F. put out a call to their listeners. Specter, along with two other spineless Republicans, have betrayed our country by joining hands with the socialist-in-chief and his minions, the Democrats. Specter is a traitor to this country. read more | digg story

Phoenix Arizona Number Two City In The World For Kidnappings

By just a regular guy The accompanying video is an excellent example of how the illegal alien crisis in America is contributing to the beating our economy has been taking for years. The law enforcement resources required to deal with this crisis on a daily basis throughout this country are enormous and our politicians, from BOTH parties, do absolutely nothing about it. Phoenix is now the number two city in the WORLD for kidnappings behind only Mexico City. The Mexican drug gangs are ruthless, have military grade weapons and come and go across the border like they’re driving to the other side of town for a bowl of menudo and a Corona. I think it’s high time we do something about this crisis before what is happening in Phoenix becomes the norm all over our country. [Continue reading]
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Saturday, February 14, 2009

What Do You Do With Writer's Block and Idea Gridlock?

By Lewis Green Scream. Pray. Read. Reach out to others. Drink. Take a nap. Drive. Take time off. Run. Physical labor. I have tried each of those among a variety of other techniques. They each work sometimes and the results vary. But here's the story that works best for me. I started writing professionally at age 16, when I got a stringer job covering my high school's varsity sports. What was weird was that I played varsity football and basketball and was the co-captain of the varsity baseball team. So my first job presented challenges--how do I cover something in which I am a participant and still be objective? Well, you can't really, and that was a good lesson learned. Therefore, I focused on the facts and weaved those facts into a first-person account in which I saw the games played from outside myself. [Continue reading]
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Praying for our president - By Pat Boone (Is he kidding?)

The Freedom of Choice Act, though sounding so patriotic, is nothing but legalized murder of innocent life, whether still in the womb, or in the process of birth. It will codify Roe v. Wade. Parental notification or involvement laws in 44 states, and other restrictions at the state level, will be eliminated. Pray for Obama? No! Pray for America!

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Friday, February 13, 2009

We Have Been Bewitched - By Loren Davis

"America is headed towards becoming another third world country," writes Loren. "Today, Christianity as a whole has been neutered and biblical Christianity has been rejected by most of Western civilization including most professing Christians. This has left our societies with a void similar to that in the time of the Dark Ages." Really? You decide! read more | digg story

Barry and Marx - by Eric Rush

Some of have caught on that trashing our nation's economy might be the Marxist's key objective in edging this nation toward totalitarian communism. The Orwellian aspects of this president's machinations cannot be understated. During the campaign, Barry spoke against fear and imprudence. Now, he's pushing dire scenarios, and the politics of fear.

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Wanted: Americans willing to fight back - By Joseph Farah

As Newsweek proclaims, "We're all socialists now." That was actually the Promised Land all along for those who never believed in the American way of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Where we are headed is not looking good, folks. We can't sit around, waiting for the next election. We may have to do what our Founding Fathers did. read more | digg story

Making talk radio 'fair and balanced' - By Bill Press

In the interest of fairness, I'm blogging (and digging) this moron's column. He says, "Station owners complain they can't get good ratings or make any money with progressive talk, but that's nonsense." Nonsense? He later says that progressives could succeed in talk radio with a "level playing field," regulated by the government, of course, and that is the key. read more | digg story

Enjoy your $2.60! - By Hal Lindsey

The economic stimulus bill gives a tax cut that amounts, on average, to about $13 more per week in your after-tax paycheck, or about $2.60 per day. Almost a trillion dollars in new spending and tax cuts – for a wage benefit for the average worker of about $2.60 per day. Americans wanted change - and they got change - enough for a cup of coffee at breaks.

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Manliness (not a miracle) on the Hudson - by ilana mercer

Missed by the purveyors of pop culture and political correctness was a story about the value of an endangered, and vital, virtue: manliness. Witnessed in that cockpit was old-fashioned manliness. The feminization and regulation of American society has meant that life-saving manliness is confined to the one last place not encroached on: The cockpit. read more | digg story

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Nationalized Health Care As Buried In The 'Stimulus' Package

The following three scenarios represents how a national health care plan may be administered by federal bureaucrats. Doctor: Mrs. Johnson, you have breast cancer. It's spread to the lymph nodes. Because you are at an advanced age of 80 years old, just four months past the maximum life expectancy in the United States, Federal guidelines state that... read more digg story, submitted by rjwusa

Bill (abridging the free) Press - By Joseph Farah

Joseph Farah tells us what he thinks about Bill Press' radio interview last week with Sen. Stabenow, D-MI, in which he practically begs her to hold hearings on the reinstitution of the "Fairness Doctrine:" "Bill Press is an enemy of the uniquely American ideal of a free press – uninhibited by the long, strong and coercive arm of government."

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Senate support builds for 'Fairness Doctrine'

Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, has become the second U.S. senator in a week to endorse a return to the ideas behind the so-called "Fairness Doctrine," a plan that was abandoned under President Reagan in 1987 as unnecessary and unconstitutional. Harkin told radio host and WND columnist Bill Press, "We gotta get the Fairness Doctrine back in law again."

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Rush: It's Christmas every day for Democrats

Talk-radio giant Rush Limbaugh is blasting the so-called economic stimulus plan of President Obama and the Democrat-led Congress, calling it an assault on capitalism intentionally designed to harm the private sector and lead to bigger government..."It's payback time," he said. Well, not yet, but it's coming. read more | digg story, submitted by 44automag

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

End Times: Ready, or Not (Here He comes!)

There are different ways that people look at the End Times prophecy. Some will say that the End Times won't happen, ever. Some will say that the End Times will happen, but probably not in their lifetime. Some will say that the End Times will happen, just because there are people that want it to happen. And then, there is the "Ready, or Not" angle.

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Glenn Beck - Picture of the Day for February 9, 2009

The following was on Glenn Beck's site as the picture of the day (02/09/09):
From the front cover of the February 16, 2009 issue of Newsweek,
'We Are All Socialists Now'
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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Transparency: an open letter to Barack Obama

TRANSPARENCY: an open letter to Barack Hussein Obama: You Promised. We Believed you! read more | digg story, submitted by eRenee

Death by 1,000 porker cuts - By Doug Powers

We've been told that we face threats of a depression, soup lines, pestilence, famine, upheaval, and locust swarms if we don't shovel $1 trillion toward more government, union goodies and global warming mythology. But don't worry, 3 Republicrats made sure the knife was only plunged 12 inches into taxpayers instead of the originally planned one foot.

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Obama will fail - By Roger Hedgecock

The Obama administration will seek to nationalize the banks, automakers and doctors. Future plans include expanding to a majority those who pay no taxes. This new majority will make Democratic dominance at the polls permanent and make taxpayers a minority without a voice. But you can only fool some of the people alll the time (like the MSM).

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Beware unintended consequences - By Barbara Simpson

Limbaugh's program made closet conservatives across the country realize THEY WEREN'T ALONE, that others believed as they did, and they weren't crazy or subversive. Clearly, there'll be a move to reinstating some form of a "Fairness Doctrine" with the goal to undercut and eliminate nationally syndicated talk shows like Limbaugh's.

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Most sweeping ethics reform in history? - By Chuck Norris

Chuck writes, "Mr. President, I'm doing my best as a patriot and a conservative to support you. But if your present choice of leaders is reflective of 'the most sweeping ethics reform in history,' then I'd respectfully say, sir, you're sweeping in the wrong direction." Appointing tax cheats and lobbyists is not the example of ethics we want to see.

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Monday, February 09, 2009

Obama surrenders to jihadists - By Joseph Farah

Word to Obama: "War is not a tool of social engineers who want to change human nature and reshape people's values. It is a life-and-death struggle for victory and survival. If you're not willing or able to recognize that, you have no business fighting a war because you have little chance to win. You might as well get it over with and surrender."

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Sunday, February 08, 2009

How To Make Rocket Science Out Of A Stimulus Package

Before you endorse this package and argue that either side is right, ask yourself one simple question. Do you know where your money is going? We sure don’t. read more | digg story, submitted by sarahcouric

Surviving The Hudson - US Air Flight 1549 - Audio and transcripts released by FAA

By RicBNH at youtube.com This video may be rebroadcast by any news agency or media outlet without permission or compensation. ~Ric~ The FAA has released the audio tapes and transcripts of the radio communications between Flight 1549, the US Airways jet that crash-landed in the Hudson River on Jan. 15, and the various air traffic controllers in the area on the afternoon of the accident. The tapes are dramatic, providing a moment by moment account of the flights communications from the time it suffered a double bird strike to the time it glided down without engine power onto the chilly surface of the Hudson River just off Manhattans West Side. [Continue reading and see the trascript in the video description.]

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WeAreSparta ~ Banned From Digg. Like Other Conservatives.

If you're wondering what happened to Sparta's profile look no further than here. She was banned recently for being contrary to the norm and dissenting from the liberal garbage found here.

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Charges to Be Dropped Against USS Cole Bombing Suspect

The senior military judge overseeing terror trials at Guantanamo Bay is expected to drop charges Friday against a suspect in the 2000 USS Cole bombing, FOX News has confirmed. read more | digg story, submitted by LafayetteAve

What Recession? Congresscritters Give Themselves $93K Raise!

It took me a few days before I found this one that was on Gateway Pundit. This story needs to gain exposure. Do not forget what they are doing!
Beautiful. At the same time Obama is wagging his finger at Wall Street for their year end bonuses and auto executives are being harassed for flying on private jets, the Democratic-led congress just gave each lawmaker an extra $93,000 in petty cash to spend. After all, it takes a lot of money to spend other people's money...

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The missing SNL bailout skit - By Michelle Malkin

A surprisingly honest skit on Saturday Night Live about the craptastic bailout and its Democrat roots was pulled by NBC. The skit called out Fannie/Freddie and featured Nancy Pelosi dragging out various “victims” and lampooned the Sandlers and Soros. Michelle suspects there were a few high-placed phone calls, and down the memory hole it went. And the good thing is, the memory hole is leaking! See it here: The Banned SNL Skit read more | digg story

SNL skit on stimulus (porkulus) package pulled

NBC is furiously erasing its tracks. Any attempts to upload the forbidden SNL bailout skit skewering George Soros and his left-wing subprime schemer friends Herbert and Marion Sandler will likely be squashed. Transcripts/screen shots included. See it here: The Banned SNL Skit read more | digg story, submitted by shnizep

Saturday, February 07, 2009

To Glenn Beck, from a Nine out of Niner: We Surround Them

From Friday night's show, Feb. 6, 2009, when Glenn Beck discusses the "We Surround Them" thing that he has going on his radio and TV programs. Are you a nine out of nine? Even 7 out of nine? You may be surprised where you may now stand, politically speaking. You may find out that you really AREN'T a politcally progressive person, after all! To Glenn Beck, from a Nine out of Niner: We Surround Them!
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CREATING THE PRODUCTIVE ECONOMY AMERICA NEEDS

By Kevin L. Kearns and Alan Tonelson Monday, January 19, 2009 Submitted to the Presidential Transition Team by the U.S. Business and Industry Council, January 15, 2009: America’s economy is in danger because Washington and Wall Street have forgotten the bases for successful capitalism and sustainable prosperity – creating genuine wealth by producing, and thus supporting first-world living standards with earnings. For too long, consuming, borrowing, inflating assets, and reshuffling paper wealth were treated as adequate substitutes. The top priority of any stimulus or economic recovery plan must be refocusing American business on producing the goods and related services that Americans want and that can generate middle-class incomes for the great majority of working families. And if these goods and services are not produced at home, they won’t generate the needed incomes at home. Achieving this goal requires greatly strengthening domestic manufacturing – which (a) dominates the economy’s genuinely productive segment; and (b) is also the only sector of the economy with a proven record of enabling large numbers of working class Americans to earn middle class wages and benefits. [Continue reading]
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How to handle a crisis - By Pat Boone

If a family has a financial crisis, they hunker down and keep their expenses low until the problems are resolved. The sensible family doesn't run up all their credit cards and borrow 3 or 4 times what they need. They figure out what kinds of sacrifices they will need to take. Well, it's too bad that Obama and Congress don't use the same tactics!

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Glenn Beck: WE Surround Them

February 6, 2009 - 14:20 ET GLENN: So I'm going to just ask you right now just to think of these things and just answer out loud. Just say to yourself yes or no. Yes or no. Is this who I am? Is this what I believe? Because I believe you and I agree on most of these.
So many of us who truly believe in this country, but think common sense is dead, feel alone these days. When one caller said he was ready to unplug because he was so frustrated, Glenn asked him to give him a few weeks to prove that he wasn't alone. Today, Glenn starts trying to make this idea into a reality. Step one---if you believe in the principles that this country was founded on---please email an individual picture of you--and each member of your family who wants to participate to wesurroundthem@gmail.com [Read the Nine Principles]
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Stimulus to ban religious worship - By Bob Unruh

'This isn't like a convenient oversight, this is intentional'. President Obama's proposed economic stimulus plan makes a deliberate – and unconstitutional – attempt to censor religious speech and worship on school campuses across the nation, according to a lawyer who argued related cases before the U.S. Supreme Court 20 years ago and won them all.

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Is green losing its gold? - By Patrice Lewis

It's not that Patrice objects to green technology. Far from it. What she objects to is having green technology forced upon us at the point of a gun by government thugs who steal our money via taxes in order to fund it and thus gain more control over our lives. Green living should be an individual option, not a government-mandated requirement.

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Will the U.S. embrace global socialism? - By Henry Lamb

Reports from the recent World Economic Forum in Davos suggest that most of the world's leaders are convinced that the current crisis is the result of inherent flaws in capitalism, and are eager to impose new international rules to save the world. Australian P.M. Kevin Rudd is calling on Obama to join him in creating a new economic system.

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So.... Maybe we should all be crying - by John Kubicek

When was the last time you saw or heard a newscaster show emotion and literally lose it on a live newscast? If you have been having some very scary feelings about what is facing us, as a nation, and as people that really cares about where this country is now going, YOU ARE NOT ALONE. I'm very afraid of where this country is headed.

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Friday, February 06, 2009

Obama's full frontal liberalism - By David Limbaugh

Perhaps the silver lining to the new Obama administration's frenetic flurry of executive orders, proposed legislation, "diplomatic" rhetoric and autocratic commands is that people are getting a bird's-eye view into the misguided perspectives of liberals.

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How The One can regain his glow - By Melanie Morgan

We Americans, a majority of whom were duped into voting for President Barack "The One" Obama, have to believe that his administration will bring "change we can believe in" and operate with the highest of ethics. We have to believe because the mainstream media say so. Melanie takes a look at Obama's "flaws" so far in his new administration.

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