Monthly Archives: December 2012

QUIT COWERING – ANN BARNHARDT

NEW YEAR’S EVE HORS DOEUVRES POSTED BY ANN BARNHARDT – DECEMBER 31, AD 2012 4:54 PM MST 1. I release both myself and everyone else from the expectation of correct spelling of any French word with three or more consecutive … Continue reading

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US To Officially Go Over The Fiscal Cliff

As we forecast back in November, it is now official that the House will not vote on any deal out of the Senate, assuming there is one which there won’t be of course, later today, which means America will officially slide off the Fiscal Cliff. And … Continue reading

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Ballistic panels to protect your home

From YouTube: Panels are made in Waco Texas by Armorcore (www.ArmorCore.com). They make bullet resistant fiberglass panels for many uses. An improvised use would be ballistic panels to protect humans if regular armor plates are not available. The company does … Continue reading

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Declaration of the Causes and Necessity of Taking up Arms

An excerpt from the Declaration of the Causes and Necessity of Taking up Arms: Parliament adopted an insidious maneuver calculated to divide us, to establish a perpetual auction of taxations where colony should bid against colony, all of them uninformed … Continue reading

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Logic and Reason vs. Emotion

It’s terribly frustrating to live in America today. Gone are the days when character counted, when honor was esteemed, when truth was venerated. Today we allow the media to play with our consciousness. We have surrendered our free will to … Continue reading

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Failed Syria envoy Brahimi’s mission brings chemical war closer

The Syrian crisis unbelievably took another turn for the worse Saturday, Dec. 29: After making no headway with Bashar Assad in Damascus, the UN-Arab League envoy Lakhdar Brahimi was told in no uncertain terms by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov … Continue reading

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Obama – Something Fundamental in America Has to Change

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What Would You Pay for a 30 Round Magazine?

Click here to view a larger image Mag AR-15 Colt Factory GI Issued M16 30 Round 35 Customer Reviews Our Low Price: $99.97 Manufacturer: COLT Item: MAG-068Factory Colt AR-15 Magazine, 30 round .223 Rem / 5.56 NATO magazine. Fully operable, but may … Continue reading

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Congress Is Like a Bunch of Drug Addicts Looking for Another Fix – Ron Paul

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FEDERAL JUDGE DISMISSES SILVER MANIPULATION LAWSUIT AGAINST JP MORGAN

Federal US District Court Judge Robert P. Patterson Jr. has dismissed the class-action litigation suit brought against JP Morgan (and originally HSBC) regarding silver market-rigging.  Judge Patterson cited lack of specifics and claims of bad intent necessary to bring the suit to trial. … Continue reading

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Government Dependents Outnumber Those With Private Sector Jobs In 11 U.S. States

America is rapidly becoming a nation of takers.  An increasing number of Americans expect the government to take care of them from the cradle to the grave, and they expect the government to dig into the pockets of others in … Continue reading

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Human powered generator

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Cooking bread on top of your wood stove.

From YouTube: Using a cast iron pot to make a poor man’s oven. If you have a lid for the pot you can place the pot bottom down and use the lid as the top of oven. Peasant Bread 4 … Continue reading

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Maria Bartiromo to Democratic Senator: ‘Are You Guys Just Incompetent, Or What?’

From YouTube: Maria Bartiromo challenges Maryland Democratic Senator Ben Cardin to offer specifics on what spending cuts he would be willing to support, accusing both sides of talking generally about a “balanced approach” but failing to reach an agreement to … Continue reading

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Did the Market Collapse Start?

See additional comments on Tea Party Nation. The stock market was down 158.20 yesterday (December 28th): the fifth straight day of losses. There are two very important facts concerning the stock market shown below in two charts below from CNNMoney.com. … Continue reading

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Bloodbath

Finally, the market realizes that it was the patsy all along. This is what a real cliff looks like: More…

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Understanding The 2013 NDAA: Part 2- Section 1029

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Trying to Inflame the People?

Is the purpose of the latest executive order to unfreeze federal workers’ pay or is it to inflame the people? Is now the time to raise federal payrolls when the debt ceiling is about to be broached again on December … Continue reading

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Keiser Report: Next American Revolution – Gerald Celente)

Starts at 15 minutes, 38 seconds From YouTube: In this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss Hank Paulson sightings in Chicago and the Boxing Day presents for the global peasants from the global elite, including 45 bad banker apples … Continue reading

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Is This Liberty?

When a government confiscates your personal property when you die and taxes have become tribute, is this Liberty? From CNBC: In 2010, after a year in which the estate tax was zeroed out altogether, Congress passed a law that set … Continue reading

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The socialization on the Continent has infected the American shores – Mark J. Grant

The equity markets have not panicked yet but I fear that is coming. There is a double edged sword here and both equally able to cut you. The first is that we go over the cliff and nothing happens and stalemate … Continue reading

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Feinstein’s Gun Control Bill Will Trigger The Next American Revolution – Brandon Smith

All political power comes from the barrel of a gun. The communist party must command all the guns, that way, no guns can ever be used to command the party – Mao Tse Tung After a shooting spree, they always … Continue reading

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The Real Crisis: “People Have Lost Trust In The Government And The Market”

As AP discusses in this excellent article, ordinary Americans – defying decades of investment history – are selling stocks for a fifth year in a row. It’s the first time ordinary folks have sold during a sustained bull market since relevant records … Continue reading

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FEINSTEIN UNVEILS SWEEPING GUN-CONTROL AGENDA

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., plans to introduce sweeping gun-control legislation at the beginning of the congressional session in January. “It [the bill] will ban the sale, the transfer, the transportation and the possession” of certain weapons, the California senator said on NBC’s … Continue reading

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The Truth Behind the 2013 NDAA- Part 1: The Feinstein/Lee Amendment – Ben Swann

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The latest from “DHS Insider” – Doug Hagmann

So the DHS, working with other law enforcement organizations, especially the TSA as it stands right now, will oversee the confiscation of assault weapons, which includes all semi-automatic weapons following a period of so-called amnesty. It also includes shotguns that … Continue reading

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The Day The War Began – T.L. Davis

You don’t know it. If you were a farmer without a radio during Pearl Harbor, you would not have known that the world had just gone to war and it would not end without the deaths of millions and millions. … Continue reading

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Stop Playing Their Game

If we are truly conservative, in the spiritual as well as the material sense, then we need to stop playing the same games as the greedy, godless monsters whom we claim to oppose. For one, we need to stop playing the … Continue reading

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U.S. Budget Bargain Shrinks as Congress Nears Deadline

The deal that seems possible to fix the U.S. budget is getting smaller and smaller. Five days before a deadline that would trigger more than $600 billion in tax increases and spending cuts that could cause a U.S. recession, Congress … Continue reading

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GRNC – This isn’t about ‘assault weapons,’ folks

Gun Owners: If you labor under the misconception that Barack Obama’s proposed gun ban will encompass only “assault weapons,” you are about to get a wakeup call: Initial reports indicate the ban will be far more expansive than the one … Continue reading

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Nukes or Fat Government – Which is Worse?

Thanks to http://danieljmitchell.wordpress.com/2012/12/15/whats-more-dangerous-for-an-economy-a-nuclear-strike-or-big-government/ My favorite comment on the original site is – Reminds me of what the Swedish economist Assar Lindbeck once said, with reference to what The Bronx looked like back in the ’70s: “Rent control can do more … Continue reading

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Iran, Hizballah setting up terror squads to perpetuate Syrian war post Assad

Tehran is developing its own plans for continuing the Syrian war and maintaining its grip on the country – even as Washington and Russia press on with secret discussions on the fate of Syrian president Bashar Assad, backed by UN-Arab League envoy … Continue reading

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Demand A Plan HYPOCRITES

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JIM WILLIE: THE GOLD WAR

Several immutable Gold Rules appear to be self-evident and powerfully manifested in the modern world of banker corruption, financial market intervention, currency debasement, phony accounting, and economic deterioration, all amidst powerful incessant media propaganda, against a backdrop of endless war. … Continue reading

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THE LINUS VAN PELT LESSON ON TRANSLATION ACCURACY – ANN BARNHARDT

That really is a sweet little clip. The child who voiced Linus had such a quintessentially warm American accent, even down to the little lisp. Magic in a bottle – from the voices to the soundtrack. It was made in … Continue reading

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Sam Donaldson Tells Tea Partiers ‘It’s Not Your Country Anymore – It’s Our Country’

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Volume Off; Hedges On

Equity futures closed at their lows (after cash ended nearer its highs) amid deathly quiet volume with VIX at 6 week highs and HYG underperforming. Much was made Friday about the compression in VIX from its early spike highs – with … Continue reading

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Government Security Is Just Another Kind Of Violence

Do we really believe government can provide total security?  Do we want to involuntarily commit every disaffected, disturbed, or alienated person who fantasizes about violence?  Or can we accept that liberty is more important than the illusion of state-provided security? … Continue reading

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In Defense of the Second Amendment – Gary North

To understand the Second Amendment, we need to go back to something like the beginning. FEUDALISM AND POLITICAL SOVEREIGNTY In English common law in medieval times, meaning as late as the 13th century, the feudal legal system limited ownership of … Continue reading

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Turkey resumes NATO ties with Israel – a Netanyahu breakthrough

Turkey dropped its ban on cooperating with Israel as a third-nation NATO partner at the 28-member alliance meeting in Brussels on Dec. 4, in response to a reprimand from Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen that the ban had “created a … Continue reading

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