Monthly Archives: March 2011

Get Ready to Pay for the Federal Reserve’s Mistakes

The following article from the Wall Street Journal outlines a serious threat to the stability of our economy that cannot be avoided. The Federal Reserve’s policies have kept our economy and stock market artificially stimulated with POMO and low interest … Continue reading

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Another Brick in the Wall

The European Central Bank (ECB) has announced the possibility of an increase in their interest rate in April. This action is being taken preemptively to slow their rate of inflation. What are the consequences in the United States:  The Euro … Continue reading

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This Article from Survival Blog Makes My Skin Crawl

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If you have not read the book “Patriots” by John Wesley Rawles, I recommend it highly. The information in this book is valuable as is his website: http://www.survivalblog.com. The excerpt from the following article on March 30 on this site … Continue reading

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Whom Do Our Representatives Represent?

The following video from the HB 33 hearing at the General Assembly shows Bill Faison and Deborah Ross outlining their view of the “unintended consequences” of the passage of this legislation. HB 33 will protect the people of North Carolina … Continue reading

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Separation of Church and State?

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Do you support the use of tax dollars to rebuild churches in our country? How about mosques in Muslim countries? httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z43q69W1Dz8

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What Are We Missing to Unite Our Country?

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Our country is lacking one concept that gave us the ability to govern ourselves and more importantly gave us our freedom: public virtue. In 1776 the term public virtue meant voluntarily sacrificing personal benefit for the good of society. It took … Continue reading

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Isn’t This How We Got Here?

The discussions and facts concerning an impending economic collapse have been an ongoing source of contention since the last presidential election. I am cognizant of the facts and the Cloward-Piven Strategy as well as the lack of leadership in the political … Continue reading

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Summer of Fire 2011

Alabama is the only state in the union which will not have a budget deficit in 2012. Seven other states have either not reported data or their budget deficit is “not applicable”. The current budget deficit for the fifty (not … Continue reading

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Breach of Contract

T.L. Davis describes his arms-length relationship to the Tea Party. I am not content to sit by and watch the continued destruction of liberty in this nation. It is time for action. We must, as a people, understand that there is … Continue reading

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Women’s Rights or Genocide

In order for Socialism to succeed, the people must transfer their faith in a supernatural being to the state. Our nation was founded on Judeo-Christian religions and a belief in an almighty God whose son is Jesus Christ. The government … Continue reading

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18 April 2011 … only a few days away…

The arrival of Tax Day always makes me think about government and its monopoly on the initiation of force. Seems I’m not the only one who is worried: My favorite delusional argument from those still attached to the matrix is that they pay … Continue reading

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Cherokee County Fiscal Analysis

I recently submitted a letter responding to various citizens’ support of former County Manager Badger. Mr. Michael Kelischek of Brasstown took exception to my letter. These letters of support for Mr. Badger complimented the county’s fiscal success. I wasn’t critical … Continue reading

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“Cogito, ergo armatum sum”

Lately I’ve invested a lot of time in study of “enemies domestic”.  This post provides a bit of perspective on “enemies foreign” who may in fact operate in our domestic theater. Excerpt from The Perfect Day: I have been told … Continue reading

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Unintended Consequences for Aiding and Abetting Illegal Aliens

Deborah Ross’s comments as outlined on this site concerning “Americans” did not reflect the unintended consequences of North Carolina’s policy to harbor illegal aliens by issuing driver’s licenses in exchange for votes. I am sure that the taxpayers in Mississippi … Continue reading

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