Monthly Archives: April 2011

Understand the Scam … a letter to “Dagney”

David posted several good articles today and “Dagney” raised an excellent question in response to “Whoever has the Most Gold Wins”. Dagney asked: “What does it mean in lay man’s terms please?”  Let’s answer Dagney’s question by looking at purchases a … Continue reading

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Almost $1 Billion to Close Banks by the FDIC

The following information comes from the FDIC’s site for the week closing April 29th. The total loss to the Deposit Insurance Fund (DIF) and loss-share tranactions is $964.50 million. Information for Community Central Bank, Mount Clemens, MI The FDIC estimates that … Continue reading

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You Just Lost 3.7% of Your Savings in April

The US dollar index on Bloomberg.com (DXY:IND) compares the value of our Federal Reserve Notes against a basket of other world currencies. As the value of our dollar declines through redistribution and the unchecked policies of the Federal Reserve, the … Continue reading

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Whoever Has the Most Gold, Wins

The price of gold is currently $1558.30 $1562.40 $1565.70 – up $22.50  $26.40 $29.90 today and the 14th record set in April. The major factor for this increase is not the decline in the value of the dollar but the demand across … Continue reading

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Interventionism and the Death Rattle of Free Markets

Today … an editorial in the Wall Street Journal: “… President Obama and his union-beholden appointees at the National Labor Relations Board, … have asked the courts to intervene and force Boeing to stop production in South Carolina. The NLRB wants Boeing … Continue reading

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Because We Are Not A Muslim Nation

The following editorial from the Charlotte News & Observer attacks North Carolina Reps. George Cleveland and Ric Killian for introducing HB 640. This legislation is  “AN ACT TO PROTECT RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES GRANTED UNDER THE NORTH CAROLINA AND UNITED STATES … Continue reading

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The End of an Era

Superman has renounced his US citizenship and his fight for the American way has now become a fight for the New World Order. I suppose that we will have to spend $5.99 to find out what is “enough anymore” for Superman. … Continue reading

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Birther Credibility

The post from Hans showing a video (which has now been removed from YouTube) detailing the layers in the PDF of Obama’s birth certificate made me investigate this matter a little further. Two questions were immediately raised in my mind: Could the administration … Continue reading

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I Post – You Decide

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Wow … looks like the long-awaited birth certificate. But wait, lookee heeeere … httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pt7oi2qfxlY One of two possibilities: Either the YouTube analysis is bogus, or the birth certificate is a forgery. What is the criminal penalty for forgery ? UPDATE: “A … Continue reading

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That’s All Folks

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The Federal Reserve Note that represents the United States’ paper currency is collapsing. It is ironic that the Federal Reserve, a private banking corporation, should control the treasury of the United States but most people think that the Fed is … Continue reading

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State Retirement Crisis

The article below details the growing disparity between promised state retirement promises and their actual funding. North Carolina shares in this fiscal crisis and there are only three ways to proceed: Cut benefits and retirement for state workers. Raise taxes … Continue reading

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THE STATUS of RELIGIOUS RIGHTS IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

Young adults often wonder what their rights are in the public school system with respect to religion. On the one hand there is the First Amendment right to religion itself (free exercise and the freedom from being forced to belong … Continue reading

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Point of No Return?

My article concerning the end of the Constitution seems to be causing some controversy. Although I have responded to comments, I would like to make a few points: 1. The executive and legislative branches are out of control and the … Continue reading

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National Suicide ? … or just progressive energy policy ?

And under his policy, energy prices would NECESSARILY skyrocket … Explained in the excerpt below, air permits for Alaska oil exploration were denied because the estimated effect would bring one small town “close to air quality standards” … not in violation … … Continue reading

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The Constitution Is Dead: Long Live the King

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The Supreme Court of the United States has put the final nail in the coffin for the Constitution. The justices declined to rule on whether the president’s health care legislation is legal under the Constitution. This one ruling would have … Continue reading

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We The People?

I attended the Raleigh Tea Party on April 15th, 2011 which had Jason Lewis as the headline speaker. Triangle Conservatives Unite did an excellent job sponsoring this event which had perfect weather. By my estimate, there were about 600 people … Continue reading

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Senate Republicans Assist in Destruction of Constitutional Checks and Balances

Friends, we cannot vote our way out of this mess: On March 30, Senator Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y., picture, left) and 15 co-sponsors (including Republican leaders) introduced S. 679, the “Presidential Appointment Efficiency and Streamlining Act.” The measure would remove the “advice … Continue reading

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Eric Holder Has A Dilemma at the Department of Injustice

Eric Holder will not prosecute “his people” under federal law making two classes of citizens in our country . Does this protection include transgendered individuals? Federal Legislation passed under the Obama administration makes the following individuals “protected” under hate crimes: … Continue reading

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Budget Cutting Joke

Are there any responsible adult leaders in Washington, DC? It does not appear so as the President and both political parties in both legislative houses patted themselves on the back for allegedly cutting the Federal budget by $38.6 billion, i.e., … Continue reading

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America … the next Argentina

What do you get when you de-industrialize a country, eliminate the middle class and plunged the citizens into massive starvation and unspeakable poverty? Answer:  a third world economy Some parallels between policies of the Obama government and the destruction of Argentina… … Continue reading

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The Greatest Theft in History

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I have watched Glenn Beck since he started his show on FoxNews in early 2009. I admire his challenge to us to check his stories and he is one of an elite group of people who actually admit and apologize … Continue reading

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All politics is ultimately about economics

All politicians get elected by convincing voters they are the best choice to help improve our economic situation. If they do not understand economic cause and effect they are incompetent as elected representatives. Further distressing is that most media reporters … Continue reading

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Respect Must Be Earned

A partial history of the Resolute desk from ourwhitehouse.org The Resolute served in the British Royal Navy for twenty-three years until she was decommissioned. No longer in service, she was sent to the breakers dock for salvage. Queen Victoria ordered … Continue reading

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The Consequences of Eric Holder

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Here is another consequence of an attorney general who maintains two classifications of citizens. Obama has Eric Holder investigating gasoline price gouging instead of prosecuting the New Black Panthers for voter intimidation. Although these two girls will be arrested and … Continue reading

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Korus – About to Be Sold Out for Foreign Interests Again

The Korea-U.S. Free Trade agreement is being pushed through Congress with little fanfare but huge consequences to our trade and sovereignty. What do Walter Jones (R-NC) and Ron Paul (R-TX) have to say about this agreement: “This pact is a … Continue reading

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Raleigh City Council Opposes the 2nd Amendment

The Raleigh City Council unanimously voted to oppose HB 111. Although this legislation has passed the House and is now stalled in committee in the Senate, public officials always seek to extend their power for their own recognition. I would put … Continue reading

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Strange Bedfellows on Judicial Elections

House Bill 99 will amend our state’s constitution concerning vacancies in the offices of superior court judges and district attorneys. Justice Robert Orr joins with Rep. Deborah Ross to make this change for our judicial elections. As I listened to … Continue reading

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RSC Budget Proposal – BETTER !

Normally I don’t get enthused by another email from AFP, but this one’s different. I did not know that the Republican Study Committee had prepared a budget proposal more aggressive than the one Paul Ryan announced earlier. The RSC achieves … Continue reading

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Prepper Podcast Radio Network

Just wanted to give you a heads-up about some exciting changes that have been going on with Ed’s show: “Survivalist Radio with Ed Corcoran”, on the newly expanded Prepper Podcast Radio Network.  Now broadcasting live shows daily on their new … Continue reading

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Just a Series of Coincidences

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Desertec is an initiative in North Africa to generate electricity from solar and wind sites for transmission to both local and European markets as shown in the map below. Bringing the Desertec vision into reality How are the various government … Continue reading

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Arrogance in Office – The Obama Way

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The article outlining obama’s arrogance toward abiding by Congressional legislation is just another example of this man’s lack of honor for the United States, our Constitution and the people. Watch this short video concerning signing statements by obama. David DeGerolamo … Continue reading

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Spike ?

Look at the morning spike: S&P has maintained the US rating at “AAA” but cut the outlook to negative. Read:   WTF Was That Flash ?               Stocks Tumble …

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Political Pawns in North Carolina

The voters in North Carolina clearly sent a message in the November elections that we expect responsible government. The Republican Party has taken control of the General Assembly for the first time in over 110 years. The first 100 days … Continue reading

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They are dismantling our country piece by piece

Once again the government used the weekend to enforce two extremely important events. I doubt the MSM will cover either or if they do, they won’t give much time to them. But both have huge implications toward life in our … Continue reading

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Jason Lewis at the Raleigh Tea Party

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Nationally syndicated talk show host and author Jason Lewis closed out the Raleigh Tea Party on April 15th, 2011. I enjoyed his no holds barred approach to our country’s economic problems and his easy manner. Thanks to Laura Long, 106.1 … Continue reading

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Eat the Reich

An interesting weekend concerning respect for the president (lower case intentional) of the United States of America. The debate centers on respect of Obama versus respect for the office of the Presidency.  Pouring water over an Obama mask at the … Continue reading

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Arrogance in Office

In my last post, I suggested we need to attack the structures that enable the Imperial Presidency (History Repeats Itself). The keyboard was not yet cool from my fingers when our current president made a public declaration of his arrogance: … Continue reading

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David’s Prayer at the Raleigh Tea Party

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The text for my speech is shown below. I felt that it was important for people to understand the role that Christianity played in the thoughts of our founding fathers as shown in the Declaration of Independence. I also want … Continue reading

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Dessert of the Desert?

I was dumbstruck when I saw the article “Green Energy on a Gigawatt Scale” by Gene Wolf in the March 2011 issue of “Transmission & Distribution World”.  He references the “DESERTEC Solar Power Project” and includes a map of the project … Continue reading

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Food Production to Ensure One World Order

The mission statement below for Institute for Environmental Security represents a prelude for one world order under the guise of “environmental security”. It is associated with the Club of Rome and Agenda 21. This article is the first of a series detailing the … Continue reading

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