This should be considered must-reading for every adult in North America . It is extremely rare that anyone speaks the truth like this at any College or High School Commencement Address.
Neal Boortz is a Texan, a lawyer, a Texas AGGIE (Texas A&M), and now a nationally syndicated talk show host from Atlanta . His commencement address to the graduates of this year’s A&M class is far different from what either the students or the faculty expected. His views are thought provoking.
June 21, 2008
High Gas Prices and the Marxist tactic of Crisis revolution
By AWR Hawkins
Karl Marx, (1818-1883), believed capitalism was the next to last stage in the evolution to an earthly utopia, which would be ushered in through revolution; a revolution resulting from the tensions that existed between workers and the owners of production. According to Marx, the final stage of this evolution toward utopia would result when workers rose up in revolution to overthrow the business owners who were exploiting them through a capitalistic economy. We know Marx’s “utopia” and other aspects of his philosophy by their more prominent name: communism.
A False Flag Target AGAIN?
—Ron Paul’s Texas City—
by Captain Eric H. May
The Lone Star Iconoclast
June 18, 2008
HOUSTON, June 18 — The Texas City Police Department roadblocked the city’s refinery area for most of the day today, responding to a petrochemical leak at Marathon Oil — and also raising suspicions among residents and employees in touch with The Iconoclast. Fire department and hazmat teams operated inside the cordon, which encircled the nation’s most polluted and perilous industrial area.
Texas City has been the focus of my recent articles in Galveston County’s The Police News. The latest, Ron Paul’s Texas City in Danger, appeared Monday. It raised serious and still unanswered questions about the township known to locals as Toxic City: 1
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US presidential hopeful John McCain is proposing a 300 million dollar (£152m) government prize to develop a car battery that far surpasses current technology.
With petrol prices climbing ever higher, the US economy in trouble and global warming, developing new sources of energy and moving away from the US’s dependence on foreign oil are shaping up to be major themes of the presidential campaign.