and the Secret "End-Game" Memo
You got to read this!
Brought to you by the truly independent Mrindependent
Where workers are not allowed to carry firearms to protect themselves.
You need a "card" to get into this place. Well, he had a card - somebody else's.
A military installation with no real protection in place. Oh yea, BO is still prez
BOE member Jon Stainbrrok apparently enticed one of his fellow Republicans to file yet a 3rd attempt to cancel the residency of fellow Republican board member Anthony DeGidio. Stainbrook apparently makes enemies of anyone who doesn't agree with him and Degidio has made clear his intentions to stop Stainbrook's abuses at the BOE including support of incompetents and abuse of employees by Stainbrook. DeGidio has indicated his desire to vote to remove Gallagher from the BOE as recommended by the SOS John Husted.
Well, almost 5 years in office tell me he doesn't like what little he knows of the U.S. Constitution. Rand Paul, of course, is right:
IMHO, for no better reason than that the Nobel-Peace-Prize-recipient-in-chief can play war:
Walid Shoebat, from this link, is a more than credible source. But I doubt Judy Woodruff or Bob Schieffer will be interviewing him any time soon.
Assad has never demonstrated any evidence of being that stupid. This, to most of us, appears to be the work of Islamist nut cases (aka "rebels") who want more American blood to be shed in the desert for nothing.
Pension funds are (as one poster formerly noted) essentially ponzi schemes.
They could only have survived if there were enough people being born to replenish the work force. But in 1973, 7 liberal morons on the U.S. Supreme Court decided that it would now be legal to murder Americans by the millions in abortion mills. Those murdered babies are now not available as adults to "replenish" the work force. They are not available to buy things, from toys to autos, to houses.
Moyer's and Company
America’s Gilded Capital
August 23, 2013
Bill talks with author and New York Times journalist Mark Leibovich about his latest book, This Town, in which he writes that money rules D.C., and status is determined by who you know and what they can do for you.
My very favorite one:
It's sort of in "code", as it is doubtful the average Dem would know the meaning of the words "fathom" or "hypocrisy" without a translator.
(the old-time saying used to go).
Or if I were heretofore clueless, and actually believed that several "identities" could not be run by one user/poster, I might have chosen a title something like: "What, that cannot possibly be true!" " All people are good and honest, right Spot"? [signed Sally, sister to Dick and Jane] (ha ha)
... He will win, hands down.
It's just a question of whether or not he wants to put himself through the campaign meat grinder.
Interesting guy. For several years now. Bought the Washington Post. And apparently the first question that popped into the minds of politics-watchers everywhere was: Dem or Repub? It's one of the drop-down questions at google.
Apparently, he is a Libertarian:
Just asking. Because:
This article is loaded with information that will never dribble out via the mainstream media. For instance, the "petro dollar ponzi scheme". How many Americans even "get" this?
Just a reminder that McCain went to Syria and told the Islamist nut cases that the American people were "with" them. [NO we ARE NOT, Senator.]
The author, Murray is the evangelical Christian son of the late atheist, Madalyn Murray O'Hair. (O'Hair, I was surprised to learn from her wiki profile, graduated from Rossford High School.) Somehow, it doesn't surprise me that both O'Hair and Steinem grew up in this swamp.
Amendment was narrowly voted down - but THIS is what real, thinking bipartisanship looks like:
Michael Savage had a further discussion of this on his program last evening:
I listen to maybe 30 or 40 minutes of Savage a few times a week. I actually like his family stories and health and botany pieces more than his politics - because he is all over the map on politics. Well, no problem, his show is about what he thinks.
It would, at the very least, explain why the Snowden story has gotten real quiet in the mainstream media right now. That "attack" (stopping the flight) on the Bolivian president's plane was indeed an act of war.
Good article to print out and see how many of the "dots" this author connected correctly, say, 8 or 9 months from now.
That's what they call the Chinese not-so-covert monitoring by Chinese authorities -- of use of the internet by Chinese citizens. This program was on PBS a couple nights ago. We were not planning on watching more than the opening scenes, but were absolutely riveted & watched the entire program.