Thursday, April 30, 2009

Great GOP Ad: After 100 Days Do You Feel Safer?

The ad helpfully reminds the public how chummy Obama is with Totalitarian thugs like Chavez and how he bows and scrapes to foreign leaders, while at the same time dismantling our ability to interrogate and detain the people who would kill us all. [Continue reading]
Here is the ad: digg story ~ Submitted by PatriotRoom

Governor Palin Time Magazine's "100 Most Influential People"

Sarah Palin was arguably the most influential person in 2008, but no one notices because she wasn't influential enough to overcome the deficits of her running mate and win the election. Until Palin, 45, burst onto the scene, Obama was headed for a Nixon/McGovern landslide. Palin may not have changed the election result, but she killed what otherwise would have been a rout. John McCain was so preposterous a candidate (at least on a Republican ticket) that Palin was responsible for far more votes than the usual vice-presidential candidate. The biggest red flag proving her popularity with normal Americans is that liberals won't shut up about her. Palin is a threat to liberals because she believes in God and country and family — all values liberals pretend to believe in but secretly detest. There's a reason there's no "Stop Olympia Snowe before it's too late!" movement. [Continue reading]
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White House aide's family likely has swine flu

A member of the US delegation that helped prepare Energy Secretary Steven Chu's trip to Mexico City has demonstrated flu-like symptoms and his family members have tested probable for swine flu. White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said that three members of an aide's family are being tested to see if they have the same strain of swine flu... read more | digg story ~ Submitted by pookydirt

Under The Bus

Another great video from ZoNation.Yeah, move over Rush and Glenn. ;) ...just kidding! But this guy is great!
I just love this guy! Oh….wait a minute….I’m not suppose to even like him, cuz well, his skin is a different color. At least that’s what Jacassinine Gabarfalo says. Hmmmm….
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Did president approve buzzing New York?

An Air Force officer, Retired Lt. Col. Buzz Patterson, who served in the Clinton White House and for two years carried the "nuclear football" briefcase of codes, says it's almost certain that the "highest levels" of the Obama administration knew about and approved this week's stunt in which Air Force One buzzed New York City. [Continue reading the story by Andrea Shea King on WorldNetDaily.com] Just in case you missed it, you can see the video below: Oh, cool, I just found another video that will give you a good idea of how low Air Force One was flying (see at about half way through the video): digg story

The Jevons Paradox: An Inconvenient Truth ~ By Jeff Jacoby

It seems intuitive: Increasing the fuel-efficiency of automobiles — or anything else that runs on gas — should lower the demand for oil. But guess what? It ain't so. "It is a confusion of ideas to suppose that the economical use of fuel is equivalent to a diminished consumption," Jevons wrote. "The very contrary is the truth." read more | digg story ~ Submitted by Indyanna

Obama's war on free speech ~ By Joseph Farah

Barack Obama and congressional Democrats are intent on nationalizing media in the U.S. They want to create "community advisory boards" of community activists to monitor the content of talk-radio programs, give billions to public broadcasting networks, and give bailouts of failing newspapers perceived as essential propaganda tools for the party. read more | digg story

Muslims: 'We do that on first dates' ~ By Ann Coulter

Without any pretense of an argument, which liberals are neurologically incapable of, the mainstream media are now asserting that our wussy interrogation techniques at Guantanamo constituted "torture" and have irreparably harmed America's image abroad. We are now snickered at in capitals around the world, where they know what real torture is. read more | digg story

Thought-policing in Middle America ~ By Jack Cashill

By defaming key opponents, the liberal establishment erodes the almost inevitable resistance it would naturally face in advancing its agenda. This week, The Kansas City Star has renewed its assault on the Kansas City area's most effective conservative preacher, Jerry Johnston of the First Family Church in the Kansas suburbs. read more | digg story

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

When Johnny Marries Moochie

Perhaps with Iowa's new progressive stance on equal rights and allowing the marriage between same-gender couples, I think it could easily be taken one more step: I can finally be allowed to marry the love of my life, my best friend Moochie, and be allowed to not have to live in sin by sleeping with my sweetie pie puppy cake (TMI). I'm just sayin'.. read more | digg story

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Obama supporters found guilty of voter fraud in Ohio

During the election, Obama supporters came to Ohio to get out the vote. Some of them voted as well. Today the Columbus Dispatch reported that three leaders of Vote Today Ohio were convicted of voter fraud. More prosecutions are likely. read more | digg story ~ Submitted by wthrockmorton

How swine flu could be a bigger threat to humanity than nuclear warfare ~ By Michael Hanlon

By Michael Hanlon When a new animal virus emerges in some crowded corner of the Third World and the experts start talking gravely about pandemics, the inevitable question is: How much should we worry? Well, it probably isn't time, quite yet, to be heading for the hills but the emergence of a new and deadly strain of swine flu in Mexico is a matter of serious concern. If we are lucky, we will see something like a rerun of the SARS or bird flu scares seen earlier this decade - scary but containable outbreaks of disease which have (so far) killed a few dozen to a few hundred people. But if we are really unlucky, and experts stress that so far this is looking unlikely, we could be witnessing the beginning of a global catastrophe that could kill tens or even hundreds of millions. For it remains the fact that in a world awash with new and exotic fears, from computer bugs to terrorist dirty bombs, old-fashioned infectious disease - particularly the numerous influenzas which infect humans, pigs and birds - probably still has the greatest capacity to kill the most people in the shortest time. [Continue reading]
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New Yorkers Run In Fear After 'Photo-op' Gone Wrong [Video]

The photo-op that made me just burn my left-over pizza... Wow. How dumb can they be? See the video below, or click here to see it on youtube.com: digg story ~ Submitted by njshawn

Monday, April 27, 2009

Parasites and promises ~ By Franklin Raff

Parasites derive their powers without consent, so they must be very sneaky. They must be encouraged: The parasite must speak to the host in bold, patriotic tones. They must speak of industry, of hope and change and the American way, and freedom. They must whisper, always: "Keep fighting. We're all in this together. Your success is our success...." read more | digg story

Swine flu hits U.S. ~ By Ellen Ratner

The bottom line here is that this has been going on for a while (weeks to months), and the government has been silent about this. The main concern among physicians Ellen spoke with is that we are not hearing the whole story. Either the government is concerned and needs to take more rapid action, or this is not something to be overly worried about. read more | digg story

The decline and fall of private education ~ By Chuck Norris

Parents deserve educational choices. Government control and monopoly of education or anything else is just another avenue for usurping power and control on the slippery slope to socialism. Just remember, the private choice of homeschooling was outlawed by the Soviet State in 1919, by Hitler and Nazi Germany in 1938, and Communist China in 1949. Coincidence? read more | digg story

Truth, lies and PC attacks ~ By Barbara Simpson

Bottom line, [Perez Hilton] said, Miss USA should be politically correct. In other words, there's no room for dissent on "gay" marriage. Even the pageant director said, "Religious beliefs have no place in politics in the Miss CA family." Some family – populated by mind-numbed robots who are only allowed to speak approved opinions and language." read more | digg story

The Obama eligibility cover-up - By Joseph Farah

Joseph writes, "Everyone reading this column knows that the news service over which I preside has been virtually alone in covering one of the biggest electoral scandals in American history – maybe the biggest. I'm talking about the question of Barack Obama's constitutional eligibility to serve as president." The Obama minions remain harsh critics. read more | digg story

Sunday, April 26, 2009

Miss USA runner-up to share Sunday message ~ By Alex Murashko

By Alex Murashko, LA Church & State Examiner Carrie Prejean, Miss California and Miss USA’s first runner up, is scheduled to be part of her home church's Sunday message, billed as: "No Compromise: Standing Firm On Your Faith." Prejean will appear at the Rock Church in San Diego. The services will also be availablelive at the church's Web site. Prejean is a member of the Rock family and actively serves in church outreach ministries, according to a press release issued by the church. [Continue reading]
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The Way We Get By (Movie Trailer)

This is a compelling couple of minutes. Take them. You won't regret it... See the video below, or at floppingaces.net:

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House Democrats refuse skeptic testimony: they don’t want Gore Humiliated

Capitol Hill Commies Protect Gore, Ban Scientist's Testimony
By Perry Peterson ~ Cave News Al Gore has never allowed anyone to publicly debate his position on global warming. He says it is man-made and that’s it. He refuses to debate. Washington Democrats in the House of Representatives have refused to allow debate during a global warming hearing today. They don’t want Gore humiliated. Washington Democrats in the House of Representatives have refused to allow debate during a global warming hearing today. They don’t want Gore humiliated. UK's Lord Christopher Monckton, a former science advisor to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, claimed House Democrats have refused to allow him to appear alongside former Vice President Al Gore at a high profile global warming hearing on Friday April 24, 2009 at 10am in Washington. Monckton told Climate Depot that the Democrats rescinded his scheduled joint appearance at the House Energy and Commerce hearing on Friday. Monckton said he was informed that he would not be allowed to testify alongside Gore when his plane landed from England Thursday afternoon. “The House Democrats don't want Gore humiliated, so they slammed the door of the Capitol in my face,” Monckton told Climate Depot in an exclusive interview. “They are cowards.” [Continue reading]
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Rep. Marsha Blackburn Makes Al Gore Mad!

Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) challenged Former Vice President Al Gore's contribution to environmental charities during an exchange at a subcommittee hearing on global climate change legislation. Al Gore seems to lose his cool. See the video below or click here to see it at youtube.com: digg story ~ Submitted by TRMarchesano

'Hateful words' may be prosecutable

By Jim Brown - OneNewsNow A Democratic congresswoman's candid remarks in the House Judiciary Committee yesterday bolster the fears of Americans who are concerned they one day may be convicted of a "hate crime" for merely publicly expressing their opposition to homosexuality. The Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act was reported out of the Judiciary Committee yesterday in the House. The bill, which is expected to face a vote in the full House on Wednesday, would add gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, and disability to the list of protected categories under federal hate crimes law. [Continue reading]
Related Story: 'Hate crimes' bill okayed; 'sexual orientation' remains undefined digg story ~ Submitted by jjvors

100 days in office, Obama coronated Messiah ~ By Drew Zahn

"The Truth" by Michael D'Antuono
By Drew Zahn © 2009 WorldNetDaily On his 100th day in office, President Obama will be "crowned" in messianic imagery at New York City's Union Square. Artist Michael D'Antuono's painting "The Truth" – featuring Obama with his arms outstretched and wearing a crown of thorns upon his head – will be unveiled on April 29 at the Square's South Plaza. According to a statement released about the portrait, "The 30" x 54" acrylic painting on canvas depicts President Obama appearing much like Jesus Christ on the Cross: atop his head, a crown of thorns; behind him, the dark veil being lifted (or lowered) on the Presidential Seal. But is he revealing or concealing, and is he being crucified or glorified?" Even the title of the piece, "The Truth," suggests a play on biblical themes, as Jesus said in John 14:6, "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me." [Continue reading]
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Saturday, April 25, 2009

One Lone Ranger Rides Again To Legalize Dope ~ By Mary Ann Akers

By Mary Ann Akers

Click here to see the video

Howard Wooldridge has one of the craziest jobs: trying to convince 535 of the most uptight people in Washington - the entire membership of Congress - to legalize drugs. That means everything from marijuana to cocaine to heroin. The idea isn't quite as far-fetched as you may think. The more money the United States spends on fighting a drug war that has spiraled out of control in Mexico, the more interest Congress seems to be taking in talk of decriminalization. "For the first time since I've been here, the "L" word, legalization, has been used in subcommittee hearings as a solution to the violence and Mexican cartels," says Wooldridge, a cowboy and retired police detective who three years ago became the lobbyist for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, known as LEAP. A handful of lawmakers have endorsed legalization of marijuana, including Reps. Loretta Sanchez (D-Calif.), Jim McDermott (D-Wash.), Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.) and Ron Paul (R-Texas).
[Continue reading]
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Will tea parties 'throw bums out' in 2010? ~ By Drew Zahn

By Drew Zahn © 2009 WorldNetDaily Crowds have long protested Congress with rally cries of "Throw the bums out," and if recent polls tabulating tea party furor over government spending translate to votes in 2010, angry Americans may make good on their mantra. Polls released by Rasmussen Reports this week demonstrate that – at least within the Republican Party – sitting incumbents who vote for increased government, taxes and federal bailouts risk voter backlash in the next election. Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., for example, is one of only three Republicans in Congress to vote for President Obama's $787 billion stimulus plan. According to a Rasmussen poll released this morning, the 28-year senator now trails his 2004 GOP primary rival Pat Toomey in the polls by 21 points: 51 percent of Pennsylvania Republicans say they'd vote for Toomey in a 2010 primary, while just 30 percent would support Specter. A separate Rasmussen poll demonstrated that 58 percent of Specter's Republican constituents cited his support of the stimulus package as reason for their waning support. When asked in December about a possible challenger in the 2010 election, Specter told CNN's "Late Edition," "I never look over my shoulder, never look behind. Somebody may be gaining on me. I run with blinders. I'll be prepared, whoever my opponents are." If Specter continues to vote in favor of increased government spending, however, his most troubling opponents in 2010 may not be from the Republican or the Democratic Party, but from the "tea" parties. [Continue reading]
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A Nation of Helpless Idiots ~ by Karen De Coster

As I was perusing through the diggosphere (that's the digg.com community, folks) last night, I came across this article. The description, as written by digg user populist, grabbed my immediate attention!
The tyranny of the masses is, and has been, a significant apparatus for serving the government in its crusade toward a totalitarian agenda. As long as the majority of the people are so passive as to welcome the government’s false sense of security, it will have an audience to which it can market its duplicitous spin.
Of course, I immediately brought up the story on to one of my open browser pages, and read an incredible story. Now check this out, this is from the article:
The Metropolitan Emergency Managers Committee is kind enough to include a video version of “Identifying Terrorists for Dummies.” In the video, actors play out the seven signs so you can learn what a terrorist looks like. Accordingly, “anything out of the ordinary” is deemed a “possible terrorist plot or threat,” and it is stressed that such abnormal behavior must be seriously assessed and investigated. At 3:55 of the propaganda production, a jogger runs by a man on a park bench writing in his notepad. I looked for signs of grenades, big ole bombs ‘neath the bench, or an assemblage of scary-looking darkies [emphasis mine, you'll see why later] toting box cutters in the background, but no such thing is apparent. However, since spending time alone to write in a notepad outdoors is a highly suspicious, deviant, and subversive activity, the jogger, disturbed by the sinister notebook, stops to pull out her cell phone and call the police. She’s being a good girl, executing the kind of response the chief fearmongers desire from a model citizen. This stuff is like chicken soup for the loyalist soul. We’re all Soviet snitches now.
Now, you need to see the video that Karen included in this very intriguing column:

There is so much more to read in this great column, I'll just let you read the rest of it for yourself. However, I should warn you: There may be people that will report YOU for reading this column. You may want to get yourself to an internet cafe or the public library, or if you really feel like being mean, a friend's house, because you won't want to be tracked and identified. There is no doubt that you may raise flags by reading this column. Oh, you know, like the fact that this column would obviously be a right-wing extremist's attempt to recruit you. Yeah, I am sure you caught that, too, (I helped by emphasizing it above, the part where the writer mentions "darkies"). Man, I should be calling the police, or maybe even the FBI or Homeland Security! And if you thought the IRS was heartless, you haven't seen nothin' yet. Are you getting the idea yet?
Read this column! digg story ~ Submitted by populist

Obama's bootlicking backfires ~ By Henry Lamb

Barack Hussein Obama's foreign policy missteps are mounting by the day. Whatever Obama's vision of America is, it is certainly different from the vision we've strived to achieve over the last two centuries. Until now, America had been the place where individual freedom encourages people to produce prosperity and defend freedom with our might. read more | digg story

Will Obama abandon Israel? ~ By Star Parker

Anyone who thinks that peace and prosperity will come from abandoning those very values that got us to where we are, and along with this our friends who share those values (Israel), is deeply misguided. Unfortunately, today we have an American president who is set on doing just that. Principled Americans and Israelis should tighten their seatbelts. read more | digg story

Here she comes, Miss Integrity ~ By Patrice Lewis

It's driving Perez Hilton nuts that Carrie Prejean is receiving all sorts of favorable media attention from a bunch of "dimwitted" conservative talk-shows and bloggers. How dare these people applaud this woman? He should get the attention, not her. He is clueless that Miss Prejean may have lost the battle but won the war, and kept her integrity. read more | digg story

The knock at the door ~ By Joseph Farah

It is rare in history that government moves to achieve its ultimate goals in one fell swoop. It is usually done in very small steps, going unnoticed until it is too late. Totalitarian regimes of the past created such "civilian national security forces" to serve their interests; to squelch dissent, to spy on the people, to intimidate and to police. read more | digg story

President Pinocchio ~ By Pat Boone

If there is anything good about Barry Obama being President, it's having outstanding columns being written by Pat Boone and others to read for the next 3 yrs and 265 days, (if the country happens to actually last that much longer, that is). Some people say we should give Obama a chance, but those first 100 days have been a real Pleasure Island. read more | digg story

Friday, April 24, 2009

Stay True to Your Beliefs ~ By John Kubicek

This may be a difficult thing to ask of you right now, following the DHS Assessment that links many of us to right-wing extremism, but now is the time for us to stick to our values. What Miss California Carrie Perjean did was to go out on the limb and stay true to her beliefs, despite the consequences. read more | digg story

Five Keys to Persuasive Online Advocacy

By Brandon Martin Many conservative politicos are eager to emulate the Left’s organizational success online. One such strategist we respect frequently talks about “community organizing” online and has developed considerable expertise in implementing the Left’s playbook . We, too, have noticed the funding and manpower of groups like Organize for America and MoveOn.org and the zealous dedication of the Left’s many standout bloggers like DailyKos and Wonkette. But, the more we monitor the growing conservative counter-revolution on-line, the more we think that the independent-Right should be focused not only on studying their adversaries’ strengths, but also on how to avoid their frequent mistakes. Here are five places to start... [Click here to continue reading!]
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Sean Penn: Shut up and act ~ Melanie Morgan

By Melanie Morgan © 2009 Today, I want to apologize for my fellow Marin County resident, Sean Penn. He appears to be off his meds (or on too many) and went on a rant that is common among too many pompous millionaire actors who confuse their vast sums of money with their ability for critical thinking. I hate to bring any serious attention to Penn, who is famous and wealthy because he is good at acting like a stoner ("Fast Times at Ridgemont High"), a thug ("Bad Boys") and a drug dealer ("The Falcon and the Snowman"). Given his much-publicized penchant for violence, I wonder how much "acting" he really does when he plays these parts. But Penn's rant needs attention because others who confuse celebrity with intellect might believe his socialist/commie rubbish. Sean penned his latest blather, pretending to be a serious commentator, this week. It was posted at the Huffington Post, where the world's leftist vipers go to spew their inane ideas that are fit for a rubber room in which their favorite dictators (Hugo Chavez, Saddam Hussein and the Castro brothers) are housed. [Continue reading]
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Tortured logic ~ By Hal Lindsey

The so-called torture memos released by the White House were not the only things tortured by what quickly became a crisis. The release tortured logic to a point beyond its endurance. Under that kind of torture, it quickly broke down. What purpose did releasing the alleged "torture" memos serve? It is painfully obvious how it served our enemies. read more | digg story

Throw out the bums, but not this guy ~ By Joseph Farah

By Joseph Farah © 2009 Seldom will you ever hear me beg an incumbent member of Congress to seek re-election. But that's what I am about to do today having learned that Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., is still not sure he will seek a second term in 2010. I personally believe almost all members of Congress hang around too long. They get comfortable in Washington. They can't imagine going home and working for a living, again. They love being treated like royalty. The days of the citizen-legislator are over in America today. There are exceptions, however. One of them is Tom Coburn, who has truly made a difference during his years in the House and Senate. He has an impeccable reputation for honesty and sticking to his convictions and principles. He is so candid, in fact, even Democrats admire him – recognizing that he truly believes in constitutionally limited government and will never compromise on those beliefs. [Continue reading]
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Can multiple sclerosis be beaten by fat cells?

By Bob Unruh © 2009 WorldNetDaily A new report on advances by a San Francisco research and development company working with stem cells says it may be possible to slow or repair the physical nerve deterioration caused by the incurable multiple sclerosis by treating it with fat. According to a statement from Medistem Inc., which previously reported a medical advance that would make the use of embryonic stem cells unnecessary, three patients treated with the new fat procedures "showed dramatic improvement in their condition." That's according to Dr. Boris Minev from the division of neurosurgery at the University of California-San Diego. He worked with Dr. Thomas Ichim of Medistem on the project. "While obviously no conclusions in terms of therapeutic efficacy can be drawn from these reports, this first clinical use of fat stem cells for treatment of MS supports further investigations into this very simple and easily-implementable treatment methodology," Minev said. [Continue reading]
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Thursday, April 23, 2009

Miss California gets backing of lawmaker ... from Alabama ~ By Chelsea Schilling

While many in Hollywood ridicule her, scores of Americans are now applauding Miss California's stance against same-sex marriage – including one Alabama lawmaker who drafted a resolution supporting her. At Sunday night's Miss USA pageant, Carrie Prejean was asked the one question she dreaded most, and her answer brought her both scorn and praise. From the article:
But while many Hollywood actresses stand by Hilton and condemn the beauty queen for her beliefs, one lawmaker is has drafted a resolution in support of the courageous contestant. State Rep. Jay Love, R-Montgomery, told the Montgomery Advertiser that there are those "telling people what they can believe and what they can say," which he believes is wrong. He said Prejean is being ridiculed and punished for refusing to support a lifestyle that goes against her beliefs. "I don't believe that's right," Love said. He said he applauds her for not compromising her beliefs by giving a politically correct answer. The bill was introduced Tuesday and every member of the House Republican Caucus and some Democrats have signed on as co-sponsors. However, State Rep. Alvin Holmes, D-Montgomery, said the resolution cannot pass because he claims Miss California is associated with right-wing organizations and supports discrimination. [Emphasis mine] "I am not for the Alabama Legislature honoring her in any kind of way," Holmes said. [Continue reading]
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Court: 2nd Amendment trumps local gun limits

Described as 'protection against government degenerating into tyranny' By Bob Unruh © 2009 WorldNetDaily The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in California has ruled that the 2nd Amendment right to keep and bear arms is "deeply rooted in this nation's history and tradition" and long has been regarded as the "true palladium of liberty," so it therefore must be applied against state and local government weapon restrictions as well as federal gun limits. The ruling came in a decade-old dispute over a private operation's request to hold a gun show at a county fairground, even though the county prohibited gun possession at its facilities. The new ruling from the usually liberal 9th Circuit said Alameda County in California was allowed to ban guns at its facilities, but in general the 2nd Amendment provision for Americans to keep and bear arms applies not to just federal gun limits but local rules as well. "This could be big, folks," wrote Kurt Hofmann at the St. Louis Gun Rights Examiner. "In Nordyke v. King … we may very well be seeing the beginning of the end of that very unsatisfactory set of circumstances, wherein state and local governments need not so much as pay lip service to the 2nd Amendment," he continued. "In the 9th Circuit, in fact, that end has indeed arrived. [Continue reading]
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Napolitano: The new Janet Reno ~ By Eric Rush

By Erik Rush © 2009 Some people don't seem to be getting what they expected in President Obama and the new administration. A week prior to the anti-spending tea parties (as opposed to anti-government or anti-Obama, as characterized in the press) that took place on April 15, Janet Napolitano's Department of Homeland Security released a report addressing (among other things, as it turned out) the involvement of "right-wing extremists." No doubt this was a pre-emptive move made in concert with the press and intended to sour the taste of the tea parties on America's palate prior to their even occurring. These dangerous people were said (by the DHS) to include pro-life advocates, proponents of immigration law enforcement and military veterans, among others. Napolitano, an apparent incarnation of Bill Clinton's Attorney General Janet "Waco" Reno, somehow couldn't keep her foot out of her mouth on this subject. There was, of course, lots of talk at the tea parties regarding the DHS report and Napolitano's comments on it. This seems to have – at least initially – added fuel to the "far-right boogeyman" fire. [Continue reading]
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History repeats itself with DHS smear ~ By Jack Cashill

"The current economic and political climate has some similarities to the 1990s," so reads a recent DHS report, "when rightwing extremism experienced a resurgence fueled largely by an economic recession, criticism about the outsourcing of jobs and the perceived threat to U.S. power and sovereignty by other foreign powers." read more | digg story

The left's fear of firearms ~ By Phil Elmore

No matter how much Obama and his cronies try to convince you otherwise, firearms technology is not unknowable, it is not unsafe, and it is not unmanageable by private citizens. Firearms technology and the Second Amendment are the linchpin holding our Constitution together. If we remove either out of fear or ignorance, everything falls apart. read more | digg story

Couric deserves Cronkite award ~ By Joseph Farah

Walter Cronkite, who was once the most powerful and influential "newsman" in America, came out of the socialist, anti-American closet a long time ago. So, it is entirely logical that Katie Couric should get the Cronkite award for "Special Impact on the 2008 Campaign". Who else could better fill the working-class hero shoes of Walter Cronkite? read more | digg story

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

FBI Spied on Tea Parties

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) conducted a clandestine monitoring operation of last week’s Tea Party protests, filming and cataloging the faces of hundreds of thousands of Americans who acted on their First Amendment right to Free Speech. Hey, FBI, here is more video for you to help you catalog faces of patriotic Americans: From the article:
The information comes from an FBI agent who leaked the information to The Canada Free Press. “Listen to what I am saying,” the agent said during an interview with Doug Hagmann, founder (NEIN). “The Department of Homeland Security Intelligence Assessment that is receiving so much attention is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg, and the true patriotic citizens of this country are on the Titanic. This is what bothers me. But is goes far beyond that assessment. There have been very significant changes made over the last few years that redirect the focus and assets of the intelligence community internally. These changes have greatly accelerated under this administration, and the threats have been redefined to include those who used to be patriots. It’s not only chilling but absolutely insulting to God-fearing Americans.” [Continue reading]
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Young Jews march in memory of Holocaust victims

From Yahoo News
By WOJCIECH GALON, Associated Press Writer OSWIECIM, Poland – Thousands of young Jews and elderly Holocaust survivors marched Tuesday at the former Nazi death camp of Auschwitz to honor those who perished in the Holocaust, while an Israeli official condemned the Iranian president's recent anti-Israel comments. [Continue reading]
digg story ~ And yet another great story submitted by Janinco

U.S. professor becomes first Jew to win 'Arab Nobel Prize'

Although this story is already a few days old, I felt it was a very significant movement toward peace in the Middle East. Only the first part of the story is shown here, be sure to click on the Continue reading link at the end of the story for more good news:
By Natasha Mozgovaya, Haaretz Correspondent and Haaretz Service An American professor has become the first Jew to win the King Faisal International Prize in Medicine, popularly known as the "Arab Nobel Prize." Stanford professor Ronald Levy, who heads the university's Oncology department, told Haaretz that as an American Jew married to an Israeli it never crossed his mind that he might win the Saudi-financed competition. "I didn't think there was much chance, and I forgot about it," Levy said. "It's an Arab country, and I didn?t think they are likely to pick a Jew." After he was informed of his victory, Levy rushed to check the contest Web site, where he found his picture and biography already on the homepage. The prize committee had posted Levy's biography exactly as he submitted it, with one glaring exception: the line showing his post-doctoral work at the Weizmann Institute in Rehovot had been deleted. The prize, which included $200,000, a medal, and a certificate in English and Arabic, also came with a dinner with Saudi King Abdullah. [Continue reading]
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Monday, April 20, 2009

The Unintended Consequences of Startups

In a column by Jason Nazar, he talks about something that I have also experienced. There are sacrifices to make when you want to get ahead in life. There is just no doubt about that. And, Jason reminds us in his column that at some point, we may have to decide if the "unintended consequences" are worth the reward. Hmmm.... something to think about! From the article:
There is only one way I can imagine running a startup, obsessively giving it everything you’ve got. In my opinion its what separates the winners from everyone else, and it’s the only way I’d ever be able to look back on this experience without regret. [Continue reading]
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My Last Day at Home Depot

See the video below, or click here to see it at break.com:

My Last day at Home Depot - Watch more Funny Videos

It took me a few times watching it, but I finally noticed the driver trying to run for his life after DIVING out of the forklift... He probably kept running right out to his car... I wonder if Home Depot kept his last paycheck? But then, maybe it wasn't really his fault. It may have been an inside job. Yep, somebody set explosives to it, I'm almost sure. It looked just like a building implosion! ;) digg story ~ Submitted by ChronicColonic

'We the People' to Napolitano: 'You're fired!' ~ Hedgecock

Roger Hedgecock starts out his column with the following: "The Bush Department of Homeland Security combined federal law enforcement and border protection functions to coordinate the fight against Islamic radicals after 9/11. Obama-appointed DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano has retasked the DHS to intimidate conservative political opinion." [Continue reading] digg story Related Story today: War on 'right-wing extremists' ~ By Joseph Farah UPDATE: RogerStrong, a left-winger digg user obviously funded by George Soros to disparage anything that Conservative diggers write, wrote the following:
The offending report was created on January 23, 2007, during the ***BUSH II*** administration. (What was leaked to the public was merely the most recent revision.) Here's the document right off the WingNutDaily web site. http://wnd.com/images/dhs-rightwing-extremism.pdf Load it, right-click on it, select "Document Properties", and see for yourself: Buried.
I checked it for myself. Here is my reply back to RogerStrong:
Sure, Roger..... yep, January 23, 2007..... That was the "created" date, but that doesn't mean that it is the COMPLETED date, does it? It was released on "7 April 2009"... I think that is the important part of the story. That is the date that counts. Actually, when it was started on 23 JAN 07, it was probably just going to be an office joke, and they were going to write: "Right-wing Extremists to Look Out For: Dick Cheney on a hunting trip" ..... :D
Obviously, I am funded by WorldNetDaily and Fox News, and get my marching orders from Rush Limbaugh, the leader of the GOP and the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy. I'm just sayin' ...

A letter to the president ~ By Barbara Simpson

Barbara writes to Obama, and reads him the riot act about being "rude, crass, arrogant and impudent in your recent dealings with two major Catholic universities," not to mention his attempt to appoint Caroline Kennedy, who is pro-abortion, to be U.S. ambassador to the Vatican. (They showed some spine and refused the appointment.) read more | digg story

Jefferson, U.S. hostages and Somali pirates ~ Chuck Norris

Chuck gives us another great history lesson today about the Barbary Powers Conflict and how it was handled. He leaves us with this great advice: "The voices of our forefathers cry out from the Barbary Powers Conflict in hope of imparting some wisdom to us. As the adage goes, we will either learn from history's mistakes or be doomed to repeat them." read more | digg story

War on 'right-wing extremists' ~ By Joseph Farah

Now that the Democrats have control of the White House and the executive branch of government, they are determined to put the Dept of Homeland Security to use hunting down right-wing extremists. It will be just like the Clinton years, who didn't see the attack on 9/11 coming, because they were too busy looking under beds for right-wing extremists. read more | digg story

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Pastor beaten, Tasered for defending his rights

By Drew Zahn © 2009 WorldNetDaily An Arizona pastor – Tasered, bloodied by broken glass and sporting 11 stitches in his head – claims his injuries came from being stopped at a Border Patrol checkpoint 75 miles inside the U.S. and then being battered by police for refusing to allow agents to search his vehicle. The incident earlier this week highlights tension between constitutional rights, the issue of border security and a controversial Supreme Court ruling that grants an exceptional level of police authority near the Mexican border. Pastor Steven Anderson of Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe claims he did nothing to deserve his eventual arrest and believes that when he refused to allow the search of his car he was simply standing up for his Fourth Amendment rights, which protect him against unreasonable search without a warrant. Anderson further questions why the Border Patrol is allowed to stop and search cars at a checkpoint along Interstate 8, 75 miles inland of where the highway nears the Mexican border at Yuma, Ariz. "I was in the United States! I had crossed no international border!" writes Anderson in commentary accompanying a video he made about his experience. "I didn't have any drugs; I didn't have a human beings in my car," he claims in the video itself. "Why is this happening in the United States of America?" Pastor Anderson's video explaining his side of the controversy and his rough treatment at the hands of police officers can be seen here:

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Israel 'preparing massive strike on Iran'

By Aaron Klein © 2009 WorldNetDaily TEL AVIV, Israel–The Israel Defense Forces is carrying out drills to practice for a possible massive aerial assault on Iran's nuclear facilities within days - or even hours - of being given the go-ahead by its new government, according to a report today in the Times of London. "Israel wants to know that if its forces were given the green light they could strike at Iran in a matter of days, even hours. They are making preparations on every level for this eventuality. The message to Iran is that the threat is not just words," one unnamed senior defense official was quoted telling The Times. The British newspaper quoted other unidentified defense sources explaining any Israeli attack on Iran would entail flying over Jordanian and Iraqi airspace, where U.S. forces have a strong presence. Previous drills have included the use of F15 and F16 fighter jets, helicopters and refueling tankers, practicing bombing raids at long distances, according to the Times. Those drills took place last year, according to IDF sources speaking to WND. [Continue reading]
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Oh Happy Day! (From "Sister Act 2")

And what a happy day it is! The fact that this song has nearly 10 million views since June 29, 2006, should tell you how much this clip is loved, and I am sure you will join me believing that Jesus Christ is touching many, many lives - even here in the cyberworld! See the video below (or click here to see the video on youtube.com)

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Revelation Song ~ Kari Jobe ~ (Music Video)

The ONE Reason to Celebrate Today and Everyday!

This post was updated on Dec 13, 2012 in order to provide a youtube video that hasn't been removed. Enjoy!

Thanks to my very good friend on digg.com, 4Christ, who alerted me to this wonderful, awesome video that is on youtube.com, and that you can see below:
Revelation Song - Kari Jobe - Music Video
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Saturday, April 18, 2009

Free Speech Under Attack

Former Congressman Tom Tancredo (R-CO) went to the University of North Carolina to give a speech regarding tuition assistance for illegal immigrants. A group known as Students for a Democratic Society, were protesting and interrupting the speech, and Tancredo was unable to continue. See the video below or click here to see it at FoxNews.com
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Distractions, Distractors, and Detractors ~ By John Kubicek

This may help explain why it is becoming more difficult to be a Conservative political commentator or blogger. The only antidotes that I know of at this time are faith and perseverence. I had started to write the post a week ago, on Resurrection Sunday (Easter). Unfortunately, I kept coming upon distractions, distractors, and detractors for the following week. Much of the problem had been that there was just so much that I could have written about during the week, but I found it difficult to choose which subject to write about. Just as I was getting one idea in mind, I would be distracted by other stories that were developing. Finally, on Saturday morning (4/18/09), it all came together, and I was able to complete this essay, complete with several videos, including the initial one that was what got the week started. read more | digg story

Bipartisan team stunned by DHS 'extremism' allegations ~ By Bob Unruh

'Veterans, families should not be viewed as a threat' By Bob Unruh © 2009 WorldNetDaily Members of both sides of the aisle in Congress are expressing outrage and seeking an investigation into a new Department of Homeland Security report on "extremism" that targets U.S. military veterans, opponents of abortion and supporters of other conservative causes. U.S. Rep Pete Hoekstra, R-Mich., was horrified at what he described as a "shoddy, unsubstantiated" document that was delivered to law enforcement across the nation. "I am concerned at what appears to be a shoddy, unsubstantiated, and potentially politicized work product that has been disseminated to the Intelligence Community, and law enforcement as a finished intelligence product," he wrote to DHS chief Janet Napolitano. "The report appears at best sloppy and unprofessional and at worst a representation of political bias being passed off as intelligence analysis by DHS." According to the Washington Times, Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., said he was "dumbfounded" that the report was, in fact, released. "This report appears to raise significant issues involving the privacy and civil liberties of many Americans – including war veterans," Thompson told Napolitano in a letter. "As I am certain you agree, freedom of association and freedom of speech are guaranteed to all Americans – whether a person's beliefs, whatever their political orientation, are 'extremist' or not," Thompson said. He said he was disappointed and surprised the report would be issued. And he demanded to know what types of further activities DHS had planned regarding the issue. The federal agency's report is called "Rightwing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment." It already has generated a lawsuit by talk radio host Michael Savage. [Continue reading]
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Napolitano 'Clarifies' But the Dye is Cast ~ By Anthony G. Martin

Napolitano's 'clarification' of the explosive Homeland Security report that denigrated half the country did little to assuage the fears of growing numbers of Americans that the Obama administration holds a hostile view toward a sizable number of Americans. read more | digg story ~ Submitted by Welshman007

Dems Attempt to Squash Anti-Socialist Revolts

From the article:
Following the growing successes of the anti-socialist, anti-tax tea party demonstrations being held across the nation, Democrats are doing their best to squash the political uprising. With thousands of Americans standing up in protest to out of control government spending, the White House has stuck his head in the sand. When asked about the tea party demonstrations, the White House responded, “the president is unaware of the tea parties and will hold his own event today.” Maybe Obama plans to sick his Civilian National Security Force on the tea party-goers. Illinois liberal and Obama crony, Rep. Jan Schakowsky attacked the tea party demonstrators, calling them “despicable” and “shameful.” She answered, “the tea parties being held today by groups of right-wing activists, and fueled by FOX News Channel, are an effort to mislead the public about the Obama economic plan that cuts taxes for 95 percent of Americans and creates 3.5 million jobs.” Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi accused the grassroots efforts of being an “AstroTurf” disguise, controlled by the rich elite in an effort to maintain tax cuts for the rich. She explained, “they want [a] continuation of the failed economic policies of George Bush, which got us into the situation we’re in now.” She continued, “…this [tea party] initiative is funded by the high end. We call it AstroTurf. It’s not really a grassroots movement [supported] by some of the wealthiest people in America, to keep the focus on tax cuts for the rich, instead of the great middle class.” [Continue reading]
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The Revolution has begun! ~ By Pat Boone

American citizens formed grass-roots "tea parties" in cities all over the nation, announcing to Obama and Congress that we will not stand for trillions of our dollars being spent on their socialist agenda. Aware of the growing uprising, DHS actually tried to pre-empt any influence by equating legitimate dissenters with right-wing extremists. read more | digg story

How to save America ~ By Henry Lamb

If a congressman is not willing to support the Constitution that he swore an oath to defend, he or she has no business in Washington. Every member of the House who refuses to co-sponsor the Enumerated Powers Act (H.R. 450) – or provide an acceptable, written reason why not – should be identified and made a target for replacement. read more | digg story

Tea for 2 … million? ~ By Patrice Lewis

From the article:
Of course, the reason the media claim to be unaware of how many people attended is because they weren't there. Sure, some local TV stations had their rigs, but the big guys? No way. I guess they think if they don't cover tea parties, it means they don't exist or something. That seems to be the government's best defense right now. Marginalize. Trivialize. Aww, isn't it cute that the peasants are having tea. Now that the big day is over, everyone should toddle home like good little sheeple and be quiet. [read more]
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Friday, April 17, 2009

Obama slammed: 'Chains we can believe in'

Americans thrash president for perceived pursuit of socialism By Joe Kovacs © 2009 WorldNetDaily WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – A sign with President Obama's famous "O" logo stating, "Chains we can believe in" welcomed hundreds of protesters to a tea party event here this evening in one of the nation's most affluent regions. Those braving rain showers to sound their objections to Obama's policies voiced a common theme, one suggesting America is rapidly racing toward socialism. "We're headed toward socialism, and socialism is anathema to everything this country's ever stood for," said Fritz Breland, a self-employed yacht broker from Boynton Beach, Fla. "I'm essentially unemployed because no one's buying." [Continue reading]
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1 million attend tea parties in 50 states ~ By Jerome Corsi and Chelsea Schilling

'Obama has awakened a sleeping giant' By Jerome Corsi and Chelsea Schilling © 2009 WorldNetDaily An estimated 1 million Americans participated in at least 1,000 tea parties, according to reports by organizers tabulating the nationwide numbers, with documented protests held in 50 states. Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform told WND, "The Obama administration has awakened a sleeping giant." Tax Day Tea Party national event coordinator Amy Kremer told WND she has confirmed that more than 850 parties took place. She has at least 100 more reports in her e-mail inbox that have not been posted. Asked how many people attended the events, she responded, "I would estimate it at over 1 million. I'm waiting on more numbers to come in from organizers right now. I can tell you it is absolutely over 750,000 right now." The largest protests occurred in Atlanta, Ga., with 15,000 participants. As many as 10,000 protesters participating in Sacramento, Calif., and Overland Park, Kan., according to data compiled by Americans for Tax Reform on more than 207 tea parties. Americans for Tax Reform has established an Internet page on the group's website where organizers of tea parties can submit attendance estimates to be included in the running tally. Michael DePrimo, special counsel to American Family Aassociation President Tim Wildmon, told WND that AFA's tea party website, Tea Party Day, had 2,031 confirmations that tea parties were to be held in as many cities. "Since yesterday, we have had 394 cities give us reports, many with photographs, about the tea parties that were held," he said. "We have not been able to get all the information up. We expect more to come in as the days go by." Glenn Beck reported yesterday on his Fox News program that official estimates of the participation in the Tea Party held in San Antonio, Texas, reached as many as 20,000 people. [Continue reading]
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Rendering unto Caesar ~ By Patrick Buchanan

Pat discusses the secularizing of America, and gives examples of the abominations taking place at once-Catholic colleges and universities, now wandering in the "desert of godlessness," as the Pope says. This is surely anecdotal evidence to confirm Newsweek in the conclusion reached in its cover story of Holy Week, "The End of Christian America." read more | digg story

Another Obama sham event ~ By Alan Keyes

You should know what Obama did when he visited the troops on his trip to Iraq! Every day our soldiers prove their fitness for the dangerous but sacred trust they are asked to perform. And every day, Obama gives new cause to doubt both his fitness for the office he dubitably claims, and his allegiance to anything but his own dangerous ambitions. read more | digg story

Tea parties: Just the beginning ~ By Melanie Morgan

They came on foot, by car, on Harleys. Some were assisted by metal walkers, others pushed in strollers. They also came from divergent political parties. Some love Barack Obama, some not so much. They carried signs, chanted, laughed and listened. But they had one message: America has had enough of big government. read more | digg story

Thursday, April 16, 2009

It's possible: Imagine no phone, no food, no fuel

No need for the risk and difficulty of trying to smuggle a nuclear weapon over the border or hit a particular city. Just launch a cheap missile from a freighter in international waters – al-Qaida is believed to own about 80 such vessels – and make sure to get it a few miles in the air." Detonated at a height of 60 to 500 kilometers above the continental U.S., one nuclear warhead could cripple the country – knocking out electrical power and circuit boards and rendering the U.S. domestic communications impotent. read more | digg story ~ Submitted by MightyRighty

Teen punks murder American hero's dog

The lone survivor of the deadliest battle in SEAL history is still at home recuperating from his injuries, when he hears gunfire late one night. He grabs his gun and rushes out to see 4 punks who have just shot and murdered his dog. The dog, named DASY, one letter for each of his fallen comrades, was a gift to help with his recovery. read more | digg story ~ Submitted by bossm4n

McVeigh cited again as reason for 'right wing' warning

A spokesman for the Department of Homeland Security today again has cited executed Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh as a reason that "right wing" interests have to be monitored closely by his agency. Agency spokesman Sean Smith spoke with Talk-radio host and WND columnist Roger Hedgecock on the issue. (Audio clip included in article.) read more | digg story

Obama's recipe for change not my cup of tea ~ by Ann Coulter

Democrats had turned California into a state – or as it's now known, a "job-free zone" – with a $41 billion deficit, a credit rating that was slashed to junk-bond status and a middle class now located in Arizona. California was, in fact, a laboratory of Democratic policies. The rabbit died, so now Obama is trying it on a national level. TEA Time! [Continue reading] digg story ~ Submitted by lookingforHim

Hedgecock seeks popular uprising

Columnist who revealed DHS crackdown calls government report 'un-American' Talk-radio host and WND columnist Roger Hedgecock says the Department of Homeland Security report he recently unveiled should cause more than alarm for Americans. "This kind of intimidation is so un-American," he said. "I'm hoping people will rise up against it." The DHS document warns against the possibility of violence by unnamed "right-wing extremists" concerned about illegal immigration, increasing federal power, restrictions on firearms, abortion and the loss of U.S. sovereignty. It singles out returning war veterans as particular threats. He was interviewed today about his report by Greg Corombos of Radio America/WND. [The audio of the interview is embedded in the column at this point.] The report, titled "Right-wing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment," dated April 7, states that "threats from white supremacist and violent anti-government groups during 2009 have been largely rhetorical and have not indicated plans to carry out violent acts." [Continue reading]
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Shock and awe: This church lady can sing

Frumpy 47-year-old stuns 'Idol' judge, catapults to sudden global celebrity By Drew Zahn © 2009 WorldNetDaily Simon Cowell, the British-accented and sometimes condescending talent judge of television's mega-hit program "American Idol," was stunned by the singing of a 47-year-old church volunteer who claims she's never been kissed but whose amazing performance has catapulted her to sudden celebrity. Cowell also serves as a talent judge across the Atlantic on "Britain's Got Talent," a singing competition similar to "American Idol." When contestant Susan Boyle, who lives alone with her cat and claims she's never even been on a date, walked onto the "Britain's Got Talent" stage Saturday night, her double chin, frumpy appearance and gray hair elicited snickers and rolled eyes from the crowd, accustomed to the show's producers parading less-than-glamorous singers – like Boyle – as comic relief. But when Boyle opened her mouth to sing, Cowell, the mocking audience and the nation's television viewers were shocked. [Continue reading]

Susan Boyle on Britain's Got Talent by dwarthy

This video, with over 10 million views already in just five days, can be seen on youtube.com. digg story ~ Submitted by AntiHegelian

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

ACORN Engages in Destructive Activity Against Tea Parties!

When the story first broke 2 weeks ago that ACORN and other Leftwing groups may attempt to disrupt the Tax Day Tea Party protests today, ACORN denied the story. But now we have confirmation on the local level that proves the group is intent on doing all it can to disrupt, thwart, and embarrass the Tea Party attendees. From the article:
ACORN is on a mission to infiltrate the tea parties all across the land to start fights and make the others who attend all look disorganized and troublesome. To go at great lengths to see to it, Obama has a clear and free pass is a bit extreme, but this is how an organization like ACORN rolls. Obama had no comment when he was asked about the community group accused of election fixing. Obama helped organize ACORN, and a no answer is not necessarily a not guilty answer.
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Bow to nobody! (But Why the Cover-up?)

They can spin it and try to distract us all they want to, but the cat is now out of the bag. The left already has it figured out, using the Rules for Radicals: For those of us that think that Obama bowed to the King of Saudi Arabia, we will now be known as "bowers". Just listen to how Geraldo explains the "bow," and his excuses he gives Obama. See the video below, or click here to see it on youtube.com. digg story

Glenn Beck and James Meigs Debunk FEMA camps

Glenn talks to James Meigs, Editor-in-Chief of Popular Mechanics, about the FEMA camps and other conspiracy theories. Meigs explains that conspiracy myths are able to continue on the internet because people seek theories that fit their world-view. Glenn adds that people should seek the truth, rather than proving their own agenda. See the video below, or click here to see it on youtube.com. digg story

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Who's Afraid of Tea Parties?

Liberal bloggers and media groups can't get the Tea Party phenomenon out of their heads. It wasn't supposed to be this way, to them. Ordinary people getting together to protest against the liberal establishment. There is a cognitive disconnect. There must be a plot; the vast right-wing conspiracy at work. read more | digg story ~ Submitted by DreadPirate

Monday, April 13, 2009

Tax and Spend by Barack Obama (Revolution is brewing)

Revolution is brewing... This April 15th, go to your local tea party! There will be tea parties in over 500 cities! Find out where your city's tea party will be here: http://www.taxdayteaparty.com

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Obama and Ahmadinejad ~ Commentary by Amir Taheri

In a column by Amir Taheri on 10/26/08, he asks: Is Barack Obama the "promised warrior" coming to help the Hidden Imam of Shiite Muslims conquer the world? The question has made the rounds in Iran since [Sept. 2008], when a pro-government Web site published a Hadith (or tradition) from a Shiite text of the 17th century. But, wait, there's more! read more | digg story