Monthly Archives: May 2011

Sold Out Again

TOMORROW THE HOUSE JUDICIARY SUBCOMMITTEE A IS MEETING AT 10:00 A.M. AND HB 36 will be discussed. It is anticipated to be voted upon by the Committee. BIG PROBLEM EVOLVED TODAY.  SEE ATTACHMENT OUR REPRESENTATIVES HAVE AMENDED THE E-VERIFY BILL … Continue reading

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What Does the Government Use to Develop the Baseline for Malcontents?

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The Department of Homeland Security has developed a mobile system to detect “malcontents” as shown in the following video: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yurl_piWaBE What picture did they use to develop this technology?

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Ever Wonder Why the General Assembly Isn’t Passing Serious Legislation?

The General Assembly has failed to passed the legislation that the Republican Party promised the voters last year in the first 100 days. Voter ID, 2nd amendment, 10th amendment and immigration reform will have to wait. Crossover is about to expire … Continue reading

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Two Blasts from the Recent Past

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Based on the reports of gang violence over the Memorial Day weekend, maybe the military’s preparedness training will be necessary this summer: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=agNsYiPzF-E One year later, was Art Laffer wrong?

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Barack Obama: can anybody beat him?

Conservatives now have two favorite past times: 1. Arguing among themselves which Republican candidate will be able to beat Obama. 2. Assuring themselves that Obama will be a one-term president. This election will be about money. Obama will raise at … Continue reading

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Not Coincidence, Just Events Adjacent in Time and Space

At dinner with some friends tonight, we discussed prospective travel plans. During the conversation I mentioned I had placed voluntary restrictions upon my domestic travel. I will not travel: • On transportation where the TSA violates the 4th Amendment • … Continue reading

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Head in the Sand

In a special election last week, a Republican candidate for the US House of Representatives, Jane Corwin, lost in what most considered was a blue collar Republican District in upstate New York. The liberal media is spinning this as proof … Continue reading

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Freedom Reigns

We sang “Freedom Reigns” in church today and the following line shows why Socialism must by necessity destroy religion in order to flourish wherever any semblance of freedom previously existed: Where the spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom … Continue reading

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Real HOPE for 2012

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Ahem … Perhaps the idea will become contageous and we’ll see spontaneous self-burial by people who hate individualism and liberty. Offended by this idea ?  Great … talk to the hand, then grab a shovel. … but before you pull the dirt back into the … Continue reading

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The Fatal Idea of Legal Plunder

But on the other hand, imagine that this fatal principle has been introduced: Under the pretense of organization, regulation, protection, or encouragement, the law takes property from one person and gives it to another; the law takes the wealth of … Continue reading

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What We Better Be Thinking About….

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Your next vote may be your last. And no, the RINOs and TPINOs (Tea Party in Name Only) will not get it done.  They went to Washington claiming opposition to the Patriot Act, then not only reauthorized it but added … Continue reading

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The Dead Cat Has Bounced

The US dollar recently strengthened after a prolonged decline but was this a dead cat bounce as previously reported? The US dollar lost 1.09% yesterday. Although this is good news for our government since it reduced our national debt, this … Continue reading

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Where’s Our Strategy?

The following strategy update from the Obama reelection campaign foreshadows our worst case,but probable scenario: four more years of our country’s dismantling by forces devoted to our nation’s collapse. As I wrote previously in 3% vs 47%, it is a question … Continue reading

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Why Reconstruction?

Since I have started speaking and writing on the topic of restoring our Republics, I have been finding that people are not seeing the significance in seeking adjudication upon the unconstitutionality of the Reconstruction Acts, and what exactly a success … Continue reading

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Accept No Substitutes

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Representatives from Freedomworks and The North Carolina Budget and Tax Center offered opposing viewpoints concerning HB 188 – The Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights at the Judiciary Subcommittee A hearing on May 25, 2011. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgTi_WjzrLI As outlined in an earlier article, … Continue reading

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The Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights Hurts Children

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Chris Farr from Americans for Prosperity explains why the Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights (HB 188) should be passed in the beginning of this video. Mandy Ableidinger from Action for Children then speaks out against this legislation and states: “The Taxpayers’ … Continue reading

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Are We Starting to Understand the Political Process?

The picture above may reflect who the general assembly is really representing for immigration reform. The following immigration legislation is being held hostage by committees. This list does not include the legislation for: Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights 2nd amendment legislation … Continue reading

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What Is 11-299?

There are many people who are fighting for principles and our country. Most of these people are disparaged for their good work by others due to fear, jealousy or other motives (usually political aspirations).  Isaac Hutchinson Birch is fighting for … Continue reading

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Immigration Reform’s Hidden Agenda – Part 2 of 4

http://www.freedomsjournal.net/2011/05/immigration-reforms-hidden-agenda-part-2/ President G. W. Bush’s guest worker proposals were “amnesty” by another name and would have depressed wages for Americans. It is not correct to say undocumented workers do jobs which Americans supposedly will not do. If these jobs were … Continue reading

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Representative Hall – WE ARE NOT COLORADO

I will be posting videos concerning House Judiciary Subcommittee A today but I would like to address the Colorado issue brought up as a defense against passing the Taxpayers Bill of Rights (HB 188). We cannot be distracted by comparing … Continue reading

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Resistance Forming?

 The House Judiciary Subcommittee A meeting this morning had two changes: There was not even standing room available I was joined by two other video cameras This attendance and additional media coverage was due to the bills beings discussed but seeing … Continue reading

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How Will You Honor Memorial Day?

I sadly never gave much thought to Memorial day growing up.  For most of my lifetime, it was a holiday for kids from school and for those that worked outside the home; a time for picnics and bar-b-ques; the unofficial … Continue reading

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I Will Be No Party to Such Wicked Violations to the Constitution

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On Saturday, May 21st, North Carolina celebrated our 150th anniversary of the secession from the union. The stars and bars flew over our Capitol to commemorate this event: In order to enter the Capitol to witness the recreation of the … Continue reading

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Government Gridlock or Business as Usual?

Once again House Judiciary Subcommittee A will not put immigration or 2nd amendment legislation on their agenda. This list of bills is shown at the end of this article. Here is the list of 45 pieces of legislation that this … Continue reading

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Regulatory Control or Discrimination?

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HB 805 will amend the requirements for applying for and receiving a name change. As stated in the video, the reason for this legislation is based on an example where a convicted rapist obtained a name change using misrepresentation to have … Continue reading

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Memorial Day – What is it all about?

Memorial Day was set aside as a holiday to commemorate those who died in the service of our country. Who are these people who gave their lives so that the rest of us could live free?  Many of us lost … Continue reading

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Two Pictures Tell the Story

As our president abandons the United States long standing policy to support Israel, people in our country do not understand the consequences of his actions. When the president breaks ties with Israel and sides with the Muslim world for no … Continue reading

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And I will bless them that bless thee

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AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee) works to secure vital U.S. foreign aid for Israel to help ensure Israel remains strong and secure. AIPAC is working to promote strategic cooperation between the two nations, to develop sound U.S. anti-terrorist policies, … Continue reading

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Immigration Fairness Isn’t Part of Reform Efforts

http://www.freedomsjournal.net/2011/05/immigration-reforms-hidden-agenda-part-1/ “Dedicated on October 28, 1886, the Statue of Liberty was conceived as a gift from France originally in tribute to the Civil War built by Frederic Bartholdi based upon the likeness of an ancient Egyptian female fellah or peasant, … Continue reading

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New Study Finds Shariah Law Involved in Court Cases in 23 States

Center for Security Policy | May 17, 2011 For Immediate Release For more information and to schedule an interview, contact: Travis Korson tkorson@securefreedom.org (202)-835-9077 David Reaboi dreaboi@securefreedom.org The Center for Security Policy today released an in-depth study– Shariah Law and … Continue reading

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Immigration and Partisan Politics

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House Bill 36 was on the agenda for the Government Committee on May 19th, 2011. This bill would “require counties, municipalities, entities who contract with a government agency in this state, and their subcontractors to use the Federal E-Verify program”. … Continue reading

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You Decide Who Is Worse

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Representative Brandon from Guilford County made the following statement in the Government Committee Hearing on May 19th: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2mHAlB5rRQ Here is Representative Ross defining “American”: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CcrLCNZL0Yw You can decide which is worse but both statements reflect a problem in the general … Continue reading

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Satellite Images of the Mississippi River – May 20

This satellite image from NASA of the Mississippi River is from May 19th. Since the government opened the Morganza Spillway, no satellite images showing the flooding in this area of the country have been released. Although satellite images of Cairo and Memphis … Continue reading

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You Can’t Make This Up – Part II

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The Government Committee discussed HB 877 at the general assemby today: A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO PROVIDE SPACE ON THE INCOME TAX RETURN FOR INDIVIDUALS TO MAKE DONATIONS TO THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA FOR GOVERNMENTAL SERVICES. What appeared … Continue reading

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Protecting the Legislators from Radicals – That Would Be Me

The Modernize NC Emergency Management Act was discussed in House Judiciary Subcommittee A on May 18th. This legislation was developed as a consequence of the abuse of power by the local government in King, NC in February, 2010 as outlined … Continue reading

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Who Is Really Abusing Power?

During discussion of HB 687 at the Judiciary Subcommittee A meeting on May 18th, Rep. Brawley is asked why a revision to the legislation was made by Deborah Ross. His answer in the following video shows us how much influence … Continue reading

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Restore the Sovereignty of North Carolina

Post Civil War Reconstruction overthrew the founding principles of America. The Reconstruction Acts: nationalized citizenship in the United States, which gave the federal government an indefinite supremacy over All American citizens and is an absolute overthrow of 10th Amendment State’s … Continue reading

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Constitutionality of the Reconstruction Acts back before the Judiciary

Since my last post, I appealed the verdict from the Macon county Superior Court. On 17 May 2011 I served my Appellant Brief to the NORTH CAROLINA COURT OF APPEALS and the ATTORNEY GENERALS OFFICE. The brief is a “237-page … Continue reading

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And It Is Not Even Completely Funded

The Nature Research Center in Raleigh (across the street from the General Assembly) is shown below as of May 18, 2011. The estimated cost of this project is $56 million but only $10 million is funded by the state.  Although … Continue reading

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Get Your Mug Today

Last year, the President said, “I can’t spend all of my time with my birth certificate plastered on my forehead.” This is about as close as we can get. If the facts can’t make these ridiculous smears go away, we … Continue reading

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