Monthly Archives: February 2012

Time to Fight Back

The information below comes directly from YouTube. My only original commentary was the title of the article. Did this “exercise” of free speech warrant physical action? At some point, we have to stop hanging our heads and appeasing attacks. We now … Continue reading

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After the Obama Apology

I received an email from the Obama reelection campaign today asking for donations of $40 or more to receive a “free” iPhone case.  Is an iPhone a prerequisite for supporting Obama? Since I do not own an iPhone, here is … Continue reading

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Wait For the Graphics

Simplicity Part1 Simplicity Part 2

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Rallies in Afghanistan were largely peaceful with protesters chanting “Death to America”?

Afghans burn an effigy representing President Obama in Ghani Khail, Afghanistan, Feb. 24, 2012, during an anti-U.S. protest over the burning of Korans at a military base. (AP Photo) See additional comments on Tea Party Nation. The following excerpt from Emirates247.com … Continue reading

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The Final Word on 2012 …

I knew someone would find a name for our election process for this year. ELECTILE DYSFUNCTION: The inability to become aroused over any of the choices for President put forth by either party in the 2012 election year.

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Déjà Vu in Wyoming? Doomsday Legislation Is Under Study

Here is the synopsis of the novel Molon Labe! which I highly recommend: After a decade of retaking their stolen freedoms, the people of Wyoming (many of them newcomers) are forced to finally confront their jealous masters in the U.S. … Continue reading

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Presented for Commentary

Thomas Jefferson – quod erat demonstrandum (Q.E.D.) 1. To take from one because it is thought that his own industry and that of his father’s has acquired too much, in order to spare to others, who, or whose fathers, have not … Continue reading

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How Free Are We in North Carolina?

WHY DOES THE STATE HAVE JURISDICTION OVER ME? Today all people ask why can’t I get the state off my back? Why do they say they have jurisdiction over me? Why is it that I can’t seem to shake the … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t We Out in the Streets?

At some point, America must say enough. George Washington realized this when he made the following statement: “The time for petitions is over.” At some point, America must recognize that our freedom is gone. We know that Thomas Jefferson was … Continue reading

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John Rockefeller on Cybersecurity Legislation

See additional comments on Tea Party Nation. John Rockefeller testified at a Senate hearing for the need of a civilian agency to coordinate our civilian cybersecurity under the supervision of the Department of Homeland Security. Janet Napolitano is seated behind … Continue reading

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And We Need More Cybersecurity?

Friend — As you may have noticed, we’ve asked you for a donation a few times now. But according to our records, you haven’t yet made a donation online at this email address. (If our records are wrong, I apologize and thank … Continue reading

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SANTORUM AND BECK PART WAYS ON LIBERTARIANISM

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We Have Seen These Things Before…

Every time communism surges, we see the same events worldwide… take a look

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DC Is Making Social Security Bigger

The trend in Social Security reform should be a concern of every American.  The trend is to make the system bigger, with a wider revenue base by pushing the cost of the system from the covered worker to the general … Continue reading

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Cherokee County Commissioners’ Meeting – Thou Shalt Not Steal

The following videos are from the Cherokee County Commissioners’ meeting on February 20, 2012 in North Carolina. The issue being debated concerns a contract with an outside vendor to audit the business property  listings with the state in order to collect … Continue reading

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