Yearly Archives: 2011

This Is Just Pathetic

Friend — We’re just a few hours from 2012 and our deadline. If you’re out celebrating and away from your computer, you should know that we’ve made it incredibly easy for you — or anyone you’re with — to make … Continue reading

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Obama Signs HR 1540 (NDAA)

President Obama has sign the NDAA into law today (December 31, 2011). His reasons for signing this legislation after pledging to veto it are given below. He does state: Moreover, I want to clarify that my  Administration will not authorize … Continue reading

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Patrick Henry: Why Didn’t Anyone Listen to our Most Passionate Proponent of Liberty?

On March 23, 1775, Patrick Henry delivered one of the most important speeches in our country’s history.  Attending a meeting of the Second Virginia Convention at St. John’s Church in Richmond, Henry intended to present a proposal to organize a … Continue reading

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Obama’s Second Inaugural Address

I received the following email from Mr. Obama begging for money so that he will be able to present his second inaugural address when reelected. I can save you the time. If you do win a second term, here is … Continue reading

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Voter Suppression in South Carolina

Eric Holder’s Department of Justice is targeting South Carolina’s voter ID legislation. The ACLU Blog of Rights (because freedom can’t blog itself) has presented their viewpoint on this attack by the federal government against states’ rights. The Voting Rights Act was … Continue reading

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A Message From Michelle Obama

Friend — This holiday has felt a bit like one last long, deep breath before we plunge into 2012. This time next year, I don’t want us to have any regrets. I want to be able to say we rose … Continue reading

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How Does Russia View the NDAA?

New US Defense Act curtails liberties not military spending The US Congress has already approved National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2012 (NDAA 2012) and President Barack Obama has announced his readiness to sign it. The most radical analysts … Continue reading

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Obama, NDAA, Iran and Golf

The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) was approved by the Senate on December  15th (the Bill of Rights Day). This legislation will federalize the National Guard, eliminate posse comitatus and may allow the federal government to suspend US citizens rights … Continue reading

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Terrorism at Hockey Games

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) today announced a new partnership between DHS’ “If You See Something, Say Something™” public awareness campaign and the National Hockey League (NHL) – highlighting the Department’s continued partnership with the sports industry to ensure … Continue reading

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Why Is Gold Collapsing?

The following excerpt is from Foxnews.com: Gold fell to its lowest in three months on Thursday on a stronger dollar, worries over a critical euro zone debt situation and a liquidity crisis which is pushing banks to sell assets such … Continue reading

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California Is Still a Bellwether State

Here is a list of laws enacted by the state of California. Since this is a bellwether state (see Megatrends), the rest of the country should follow within a few years: California passed laws prohibiting the sale, trade, or distribution … Continue reading

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More Confidence Building from Tim Geithner

China’s Vice Premier Wang Qishan (R) and U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner (L) try to shake hands while U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton stands in the middle ahead of the opening ceremony of the China-U.S. Strategic and Economic Dialogue … Continue reading

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When Children Are in Charge

The president will ask for yet another increase in the debt limit this week. We have no federal budget (again) and no effective leadership in the executive and legislative branches. At least no leadership that the political parties will listen … Continue reading

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Anonymous Survival Guide for Citizens in a Revolution

Anonymous has just released their survival guide for citizens in a revolution. Or I should say the upcoming insurrection. Not really: this guide is at least seven months old as seen in this article from May 28th, 2011. Tips to … Continue reading

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Don’t Worry, This Can’t Happen in America

If the Eurozone banks collapse, our banks will collapse within a few days. Whether the government will declare a bank holiday, print more fiat currency or a combination of efforts, you can be assured that the Federal Reserve and Tim … Continue reading

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