"People from all over the globe are meeting in New York to discuss, debate, and (many of them) try to come up with an international treaty which would "regulate" the sale and movement of firearms and ammunition. This is a massive move to impose highly restrictive gun control measures, mostly on the U.S. It is a political move by President Obama to get around the Second Amendment".

Lessons learned: Why KIA Cars and Chinese Appliances and the merchants that sell them hurt the Toledo Economy.

Why Free Trade Is Failing America
By Peter Morici
(AXcess News) Baltimore, MD - No economic policy could better serve Americans than genuine free trade but open trade policies are failing Americans.
Free trade is a compelling idea. Let each nation do more of what it does best, and specialization will raise productivity and incomes.

Media Matters takes issue with Dobbs' stance on North American Union

From Media Matters
"North American Union"

President condemns jihadi recruiting in Minnesota

These young men leaving America to fight against us is so tragic. And you can't blame Bush any more.
Finally, a strong condemnation of jihadi recruits targeting Muslim youths in Minnesota from the president. No, not the president of the United States.
The president of Somalia:
The president of Somalia on Sunday denounced the recruiting of young men from Minnesota’s huge Somali community for terrorist activity in his war-ravaged homeland, and said he plans to work with the U.S. government to bring those still alive back home.

Strong Words to Obama from Doug Giles


I love this guy's style!

Obama Makes a Political Booty Call to the Church
Doug Giles
Saturday, August 22, 2009

What’s this? Obama now needs the Church—which he’s been regularly dissing—to come to his aid and help “prod Congress” to pass his Health Scare Deform Swill? Well, La-dee-da. In the words of the angry and bad serial dater, Alanis Morissette, “Isn’t it ironic, don’t ‘cha think? A little too ironic, and yeah, I really do think.”

Suspicions confirmed

Tom Ridge, better late than never, confirms how American public manipulated and duped during Bush administration 'terror alerts.'


For Immediate Release: Open Letter to Representative Kaptur

An Open Letter to
Representative Marcy Kaptur,
9th Congressional District of Ohio

Dear Ms. Kaptur,
It is with deep respect for the Constitution of the United States and the legislative branch it establishes that we, the people of the 9th Congressional District of Ohio, submit this open letter.

Rightwing Extremism

Rightwing Extremism:
The Bush administration requested a report on radicalized right-wing groups, along with one on the threats posed by radical left-wing groups, before President Bush left office.

(U//FOUO) Historically, domestic rightwing extremists have feared, predicted, and
anticipated a cataclysmic economic collapse in the United States. Prominent
antigovernment conspiracy theorists have incorporated aspects of an impending

White House fires back at Rush Limbaugh

I was reading a story from The Hill where in the President's Spokesman Robert Gibbs made the following statement regarding how terrible it is that Rush Limbaugh says he wants President Obama (and his policies) to Fail, said Gibbs:

"I can only imagine what might have been said a few years ago if somebody might have said that on the other side relating to what was going on in this country or our
endeavors overseas,"

Iraqi Reporter Insults United States of America

By now you've probably seen the infamous flying shoes propelled at President Bush by an angry Iraqi reporter during a press conference yesterday. http://www.cnn.com/2008/WORLD/asiapcf/12/15/bush.afghanistan/index.html

Many news organs are reporting that being hit with shoes is one of the worst insults that can be levied in Iraq. Here's the BBC report: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/7783325.stm

Bush says government role essential to ease crisis

"This is a pivotal moment for America's economy," Bush said. He said that a financial contagion that began with low-quality home mortgages had "spread throughout our financial system."

"This has led to an erosion of confidence that has frozen many financial transactions including loans to consumers and to businesses seeking to expand and create jobs," Bush said.

US weighs stepped-up military forays into Pakistan

WASHINGTON - Top Bush administration officials are urging the president to direct U.S. troops in Afghanistan to be more aggressive in pursuing militants into Pakistan on foot as part of a proposed radical shift in its regional counterterrorism strategy, The Associated Press has learned.

US says it may still strike


"Bush administration officials reassured Israel's defense minister this week that the United States has not abandoned all possibility of a military attack on Iran, despite widespread Israeli concern that Washington has begun softening its position toward Tehran."

Report: Bush, Cheney Knowingly Lied

President Bush and Vice President Cheney knowingly lied to Congress and the public about the threat Iraq posed to the United States in the months leading up to the invasion of the country in March 2003, according to a long-awaited report released Thursday by the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.

President Bush Seeks Broader Wiretapping Authority

President Bush wants Congress to broaden
the government's powers to eavesdrop on private conversations without
court approval. VOA White House Correspondent Scott Stearns reports, a
controversial public surveillance law is set to expire February 1.

Bush to lay out economic stimulus ideas

"WASHINGTON - President Bush
is putting together his first public call for an emergency fiscal
stimulus bill while negotiations on Capitol Hill focus on rebates for
taxpayers and other steps to jump-start the sagging economy.

Fellow holy people, should we pick a presidential candidate on the basis of his /her

understanding of the Bible?
I say no. I would rather have a person that knows and upholds the Constitution , even if he were an atheist, than a bible thumper that is liberal like Pres. Bush.

Bush to announce $20-billion arms deal with Saudis

I find this shocking and certainly unneccessary . The Saudis are not our friends, and they have their own money.


Bush to announce $20-billion arms deal with Saudis
Matthew Lee - Associated Press Writer OneNewsNow.comJanuary 12, 2008

Bush message to Musharraf

WASHINGTON - President Bush, personally intervening in the political crisis in Pakistan, told President Pervez Musharraf on Wednesday he must hold parliamentary elections soon and step down as army leader.

Bush Asks for $46 Billion More for Wars

Monday October 22, 2007 7:16 PM


Associated Press Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Bush asked Congress on Monday for another $46 billion to fund the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and finance other national security needs. ``We must provide our troops with the help and support they need to get the job done,'' Bush said.

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