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Michael Bloomberg to Spend $50 Million on New Gun Confiscation Group & Propaganda

(I know Bloomberg being an ass is not exactly breaking news, but bear with me, I do have a valid point.)

Michael Bloomberg, the 13th richest man in the world with a net worth of $27 billion, has a whole lot of money and a lot more free time now that he’s no longer the mayor of New York.

Apparently, he plans to spend some $50 million of that money forming a brand new gun control network according to AP:

Obama & Holder Demonstrate the Need for Having an Autoloading Rifle in the Closet

Government officials are only people, subject to all the infirmities and limitations involved with being human. Some are insane, others myopic, others power hungry, and a few are men and women of good purpose. The problem with government officials being fallible is that, in the case of the United States, 300 million people depend upon them always doing the right thing.

Stainbrook gets in a verbal nasty altercation with local conservatives

Lucas County Chairman Jon Stainbrook showed his true colors over the weekend in an altercation between myself, him and his opponent Bill Delaney for State Central Committee and County Chairman of the GOP.

Jim Tressel and UT Provost compete for the same job

What do former OSU football coach Jim Tressel and UT Provost Scott Scarborough have in common? Well, along with both being forced from their previous jobs as a result of scandals--they now are competing for the presidency of the University of Akron.

Tressel and Scarborough are among 19 applicants vying to be president of Akron (a link to a related article appears at the end of this posting). Tressel is currently UA's executive vice president for student success.

Obviously, the activities leading to Tressel's OSU departure were well-documented; but publicity regarding Scarborough's suspension and subsequent resignation from DePaul University was primarily limited to the Chicago media. In 2007, the DePaul Board of Trustees suspended Scarborough from his position as executive vice president for what a DePaul spokesman described as "Something we investigated thoroughly." Scarborough later resigned.

DePaul never publicly disclosed what he did, but Scarborough did not receive severance pay--which is very unusual for a person at his level of administration.

New Prostitute Pelosi Photo Ad Enrages Liberals: “It Is a Disgusting New Low”

Democrats are furious over a new Breitbart News ad depicting Congressional Representative Nancy Pelosi as a prostitute willing to do anything to further her political agenda.

The ad superimposes Pelosi’s face onto the body of Miley Cyrus. The ad, which was denounced by the Democratic National Committee, also takes a shot at California Governor Jerry Brown.

Wasserman Schultz issued a statement Monday about Breitbart’s new California politics ad, which featured an image of a bikini-clad Pelosi sprawled on the floor on her hands and knees, The Hill reported.

Tax Freedom Day three days later

While the little people see their tax burden increase, big business hides in offshore accounts.
‘Tax Freedom Day’ falls three days later this year
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2014/04/07/tax-freedom-day-falls-three-days-later...

Today in corporate tax avoidance: Caterpillar's 'pink elephant'
http://www.latimes.com/business/hiltzik/la-fi-mh-caterpillars-pink-eleph...
Quote from article:

Obama to get Special Forces recognition?

By now, we are all aware of how tough Obama is. So when I read this report about Obama becoming an honorary Green Beret, well I said to myself, “It’s about TIME!”

I interject quickly that this is SATIRE (sad that I would have to actually point this out), but the report is funny nonetheless. Let’s face it, in the Era of Obama nothing is impossible, when it comes to giving out laughable lauds.

As was farced in Red Flag News:

Progressives Shutting Down Dissenting Voices & Skeptics

We have them here to, at Swampbubbles, just saying...

It's funny (not funny ha ha) that leftists must always be fighting against something. They must always have a bogeyman lurking in the shadows that they feel the need to defend the rest of us from.

Liberals can't just mind their business and live their lives. It might be the mythical separation of church and state, homosexual "marriage" or a "woman's right to choose" to murder her baby. No matter what, the wacky cause du jour, there must always be a straw dog oppressor, or denier.

Unexploded Bombshell: Barack Obama Admitted Kenyan Birth..

I am mad as hell. President Barack Obama, in 1991, admitted being born in Kenya, and no one seems to care. This is not hearsay. It is documented. This is not a typical "bombshell" because the truth is that we have known about this for well over a year, and some have known for much longer than that. The problem is that no one wants to report it or talk about it. The media and lock-stepping useful idiots will either make excuses or simply pull out the insults.

suggestion for the treeces and their airport privatization plan

As has been well-documented in recent weeks, the Treece family has developed a proposal where the Toledo Express and Toledo Executive airports would be operated by private management. Mayor Collins quickly squelched the plan.

I have one sure way that the Treece airport plan would receive immediate approval. You see--The Blade’s J.R. Block is really envious that the newspaper’s president and general manager, Joe Zerbey, IV, has an airport named after his newspaper-owning family. The Schuylkill County Pennsylvania airport is called “Joe Zerbey Airport.” It’s the truth. That might explain the obsession Block has with Toledo Express Airport's future.

My suggestion for the Treeces would be to add the following statement to their plan: "Upon switching to private management, the Toledo Express Airport will forever be known as the 'Block Family International Airport.'” Their proposal would be signed, sealed and delivered.

Attacks from Reid to Koch brothers for Offenses Committed by Reid Donors.

Wow! What a hypocrite, read the story, goggle it.

ToledoLiberty today! Will not want to miss this liberty filled newsworthy event!

TOLEDO, OH— Toledo's biggest second annual Liberty festival is taking shape and has an official date. This festival is ToledoLiberty! ToledoLiberty is a gathering of the liberty minded community and will be one of the largest events of its kind in the whole state.

Last year's scheduled speakers included
-Libertarian Perrysburg City Councilman, Todd Grayson
-Republican Toledo City Councilman, Tom Waniewski
-Conservative activist Samuel Wurzelbacher (Joe the Plumber)
-Executive committee member of the Libertarian Party Nathan Eberly

The cancer industry (part II)

The following link is regarding the late Canadian nurse, Rene Caisse. There is some explanatory preface, and then an "Interview with Dr. Glum", a chiropractor who wrote a book about nurse Caisse and an old Ojibway remedy she used (under supervision) for late stage cancer victims who had been told they were terminal and untreatable by doctors.

http://www.cancertutor.com/mirror-essiac/

Stansley, Jacobs, DeWine--Life ain't fair

Where would you be if you owed (for several years) $1 million in back taxes to Ohio? If you answered either "in jail" or "without an asset to my name," well, then you're not Rick Stansley. Until recently, Stansley was working as a $1,200-a-day consultant at a taxpayer-funded institution.

What's up with that?

A couple of years ago my neighbors owed $6,000 in back Ohio income taxes and even though they were on a payment plan, Attorney General Mike DeWine's office slapped a lien on their house.

The difference between you/me/my neighbors and Stansley is he is looked after by people with political power. He talks to someone, who puts in a good word for him to someone, who talks to the politicians in Columbus--and life is peachy.

GM has recalled 4.8 million cars--just in 2014!

The New York Times has reported that GM "has acknowledged that it knew about the defective ignition switches for more than a decade but did not recall the vehicles." On Friday, the 13th death related to these faulty switches was reported.

In the first three months of this year, GM has already recalled 4.8 million cars. What a pathetic situation the one-time largest corporation in the world is in.

Senate Liberals Go Ape$#!t, End Up Admitting Taxes Are Too High

Senate Democrats Introduce Tax Cut Bill for Workers
http://www.accountingtoday.com/news/senate-democrats-introduce-tax-cut-b...

"Senate Budget Committee Chairman Patty Murray, D-Wash., and two other prominent Senate Democrats introduced legislation Wednesday to update the Tax Code to help workers and families keep more of what they earn, but also double the penalty on tax preparers who do not follow the Internal Revenue Service’s due diligence requirements for claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit."

Ares Armor Raided by ATF - Gun Advocates Respond

Federal Judge Janis L. Sammartino revised her previous decision, which allowed the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms to raid Ares Armor, a firearms parts seller in San Diego.

The ATF raided the company in order to gain access to a list containing more than 5,000 names of customers who had purchased an EP Armory plastic or polymer lower receiver, a part that is used to build rifles at home.

The ATF raid of Ares Armor was caught and posted on YouTube. ATF officers entered the business heavily armed and then cracked a safe inside.

The Banksters Strike Again!

The Obama Eligibility Case & A Few Good Judges

In today's legal world, where few judges have the courage to do what needs to be done to restore the nation to justice, there comes a few rays of light. As someone who has fought the legal and government establishment for decades (see my autobiography, "Whores: Why and How I Came to Fight the Establishment"), many incorrectly see me as cynical and jaded when it comes to our public servants.

Senate Democrats Vote To Repeal Obamacare Tax.

WASHINGTON -- It isn't every day that more than half the Democrats in the Senate vote to repeal part of President Barack Obama's health care law.

But that's what happened Thursday night when the Senate voted 79-20 to repeal a 2.3 percent sales tax on medical devices such as catheters, pacemakers and MRI machines, which was intended to help to finance coverage for the uninsured that starts next year.

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