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Obama’s Racism

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Obama’s Racism

Stop the ACLU ^ | July 20, 2010 | Sharon SebastianPosted on Saturday, August 07, 2010 9:21:11 PM by 2ndDivisionVet

On the issue of race, Barack Obama speaks for himself through his writings, actions, policies and appointments. Unquestionably, this President has set race relations in America back decades. Though racism brims around this president, it is second tier to Obama first implementing Marxism.

Marxist’ controls must necessarily be imposed on America first. Marxism allows for government enforcement over citizens whereby certain classes and races of Americans can then be targeted and rendered legally defenseless. The Obama administration’s “Marxists controls” are slipping into place under the innocuous term “mandate” of which hundreds are listed in the healthcare law, the financial reform law, executive orders and proposed legislation.

Mandate means: “to force.” Force is the antithesis of a free people. Force replaces freedom and is a fascist tactic used to implement change. As with any government circumventing the rights and will of the people while forcibly imposing Socialism, the foul stench of fascism, “force,” now clings to this administration.

Historically, mixing fascism with racism leads to devastating results.For Americans today, the message is clear. All who are not Obama’s favored people are in for a bumpy ride as Obama appears intent to turn the tables, right past wrongs by seeking reparations via jobs, healthcare, appointments, government positions and the biggest socialistic grab-bag of all – redistributed wealth.

Obama’s proposed constraints on Americans’ self-determination and hard-earned prosperity carry both the chains of Marxism and racism. Which leads one to ask, is it a revenge mentality, a dispassionate disconnect, or the need for raw power that drives this president?

Many believe racial upheaval is at Obama’s core – based on over 20 years of anti-white and anti-Jewish racist diatribes in his chosen church and associations now and in his past with those who espouse such hatred openly.


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Hayworth says path to GOP nomination remains open J.D. says “I will say no to amnesty”

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He accused McCain of favoring amnesty for illegal immigrants already in the country.”I will say no to amnesty,” he said. “It is unsustainable. It is unwise.”

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The Post & Email gets mainstream media coverage | The Post & Email

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The Post & Email gets mainstream media coverage

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by Sharon Rondeau

Was Obama born in Honolulu? How does it affect his claim that he is a “natural born Citizen”?

Aug. 7, 2010 —

The Post & Email was contacted several days ago by reporter Mark Niesse of the Associated Press about “Barack Obama’s birth certificate” as indicated in his story published today on the Associated Press’s main website.Because we wish to report the news rather than be a part of the news, we declined a formal interview with Mr. Niesse.

However, he accurately reported our response to him, which stated, “No one here is requesting Obama’s birth certificate, since it is obvious that he doesn’t possess a valid one.”His initial email is as follows:

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Gunny G’s Postal Photos

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Marine Post Office-V Amphibious CorpsIwo Jima 1945In the Pictureleft to right 1st Lt. Joseph V. O’Mahoney, Tech Sgt. BartonAdams, Cpl.Frank Mitchell, Cpl. Robert Powers, Cpl. William Fitzsimmons,Sgt. Albert FritelleSent courtesy of M. J. O’

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Taking the World Down With Them: Bombing Iran

August 7, 2010 1 comment

WILLIAM BLUMCounterpunch

Aug 7, 2010

If and when the United States and Israel bomb Iran marking the sixth country so blessed by Barack Obama and this sad old world has a new daily horror show to look at on their TV sets, and we then discover that Iran was not actually building nuclear weapons after all, the American mainstream media and the benighted American mind will ask: “Why didn’t they tell us that? Did they want us to bomb them?”

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First Signs of Civil War begin in the US: Sheriff Tony DeMeo Threatens Force Against Federal Agents

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First Signs of Civil War begin in the US:

Sheriff Tony DeMeo Threatens Force Against Federal Agents ^ | 8-7-2010 | Terresa Monroe-HamiltonPosted on Saturday, August 07, 2010 4:13:15 PM by Whenifhow

It began with one Sheriff speaking with other Sheriffs about their oaths to uphold the constitution. A new movement is growing in this country in support of limited government, constitutional principles, states rights and a stronger role for sheriffs to play against federal abuse of power. In this 3-part video interview with Tony DeMeo, Sheriff of Nye County, Nevada, he explains that he is a Constitutional Sheriff and that authority for public office holders is derived from the people:SNIP

In his own words Sheriff Tony DeMeo describes an incident where federal agents of the BLM threaten him with arrest while the Sheriff issues his own threats of an armed response if illegal seizures of private property in his county continue. Imagine if BLM authorities went ahead with their “normal” operations of seizing cattle found on public property in direct opposition to Sheriff Tony DeMeo warnings? We would witness a standoff with dire consequences.

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About November

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About NovemberAmerican Thinker ^ | August 7, 2010 | Jeremy MeisterPosted on Saturday, August 07, 2010 5:19:16 PM by 2ndDivisionVet

Many conservatives are chomping at the bit for the November elections. My fear is that the November elections aren’t going to change anything going on in Washington.Without a two-thirds majority in both Houses of Congress to override the veto, any attempt to repeal the Obama agenda, be it socialized medicine or the financial “reform,” will be dead on arrival.

Obama is an ideologue who is getting almost everything he wants. He’s not going to give it back.Just consider: Right now there are ninety-one House seats in play. That sounds like a lot until you consider that there are 435 seats up for grabs.91/435 = 21%Ninety-one congressmen is less than half of the number who voted for ObamaCare. When you start throwing out the incumbents in that figure who will win, you’re looking at roughly 15% of the House changing faces.

Most incumbents will coast to easy reelection. Fifteen percent is a paltry figure when contrasted with the energy being displayed at Tea Party rallies. There is a reason why the ruling class has little regard for the people it is supposed to represent.

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Devvy Alerts: Is America Preparing For Martial Law?

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Is America Preparing for Martial Law?

by Michel Chossudovsky – April 10, 2005

Code Red Alert – Weatherford, Texas – 25 miles west of Fort Worth.  August 2, 2010:

Shadow Government Is at Work in Secret

After Attacks, Bush Ordered 100 Officials to Bunkers Away From Capital to Ensure Federal Survival

Martial Law — All the hysteria, but what does the Constitution say?

A Primer on Martial Law by Dr. Edwin Vieira

The ONLY remedy against a police state and keeping a free state secure is the constitutional militia:

A must read book:

Constitutional Homeland Security: A Call for Americans to Revitalize the Militia of the Several States. Volume I, The Nation in Arms By Dr. Edwin Vieira

Listen to a few of Dr. Edwin Vieira’s columns on the Constitutional Militia. Free audio. You can also download to a CD and listen while driving or to your IPod

My guest Monday night, August 9, 2010: Mark and Cheryl Hicks. What happened when they confronted a judge about the Code Red Alert. Hear their story and there were witnesses.

The case I cited when discussing the Prop 8 decision on my Thursday evening radio show:

U.S. Supreme Court
LOVING v. VIRGINIA, 388 U.S. 1 (1967)
388 U.S. 1
No. 395.
Argued April 10, 1967.
Decided June 12, 1967.

Born a certain race vs a voluntarily chosen lifestyle. They are not the same, but the courts are treating them the same.

The newspaper article I read parts of:

The next real war likely to be fought will be on US soil: Our Civilian-Military Face Off

Bill of Rights No Obstacle for the Corps

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Military retirement system broken, board says

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Military retirement system broken, board saysstripes ^ | August 7, 2010 | By Lisa M. NovakPosted on Saturday, August 07, 2010 4:55:51 PM by Flavius

The military retirement system is unsustainable and in dire need of repair, according to an influential Pentagon advisory board.Excerpt

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Return to Makin Island

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Return to Makin Island

YouTube ^ | 7 August 2010 | MePosted on Saturday, August 07, 2010 4:22:47 PM by paterfamilias

I have seen this before, but it is well-worth watching again.I find it both sad and inspirational, as we fight a pitched battle, starting on November 2, to preserve and restore the Constitution that they died defending.

In the early days of WW II the Marine raiders attacked Makin Island and left behind 19 dead Marines after asking the islanders to make sure that they received a proper burial.In 1999 the remains were discovered.

This is a touching tribute.

Semper Fidelis.

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“Lia”Obama’s Adopted Sister

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“Lia”Obama’s Adopted Sister

WTPOTUS ^ | August 7, 2010 | BridgettePosted on Saturday, August 07, 2010 12:33:54 PM by Leza2HOLIYAH SOETORO SABAH,

“LIA”, OBAMA’S ADOPTED SISTERWhat information was taken to her grave?You haven’t heard of Lia? Neither had we. The unknown, until now, adopted sister of Barack Hussein Obama died unexpectedly February 26, 1910. The USA media didn’t cover the story of this woman nor was her name found until the last few days.

A competent WTPOTUS sleuth, Leza, and other researchers uncovered an article about an adopted “brother” in Indonesia, named Lia or Lee. Following up on a tidbit of information and other clues, more information was uncovered. Lia was an adopted sister, not a brother. Two Indonesian obituaries were just found. These tell the final tale of this woman nicknamed Lia.

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Chris Matthews is a birther? – claims Obama was Born In Indonesia

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Chris Matthews is a birther? – claims Obama was Born In Indonesia

MSNBC via Birther Report ^ | August 7, 2010 | Chris MatthewsPosted on Saturday, August 07, 2010 12:44:23 PM by BrytaniBut didn‘t Hillary dump on Obama a few days ago for playing up his Indonesian roots?

So, what is she up to here? Is she pushing how great he is for having been born in Indonesia, or what, or simply reminding everybody about his background, his Islamic background? Chris Matthews – December 18, 2007 MSNBC Hardball TranscriptExcerpt Read more at …

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Gunny G’s Marines History and Traditions: Naval Militia and Marines

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States With Marine Detachments In Their Naval Militia1. Alaska2. New YorkIn the early part of the twentieth century about a third of the states had a Naval Militia, essentially a maritime version of the National Guard. Naval militiamen played important roles in the Spanish-American War and World War I. However, by World War II many states had abandoned their Naval Militias which included both naval and maritime personnel. During the postwar period only New York still possessed a naval militia, to be joined by Alaska.

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The Origins of the American Military Coup of 2012… (“CHARLES J. DUNLAP, JR.In 1992, General Colin Powell, chairman of the joint chiefs, awarded the prize for his strategy essay competition at the National Defense University to Lieutenant Colonel Charles Dunlap for The Origins of the American Military Coup of 2012.”)

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The Origins of the American Military Coup of 2012

CHARLES J. DUNLAP, JR.In 1992, General Colin Powell, chairman of the joint chiefs, awarded the prize for his strategy essay competition at the National Defense University to Lieutenant Colonel Charles Dunlap for The Origins of the American Military Coup of 2012. His cautionary tale imagined an incapable civilian government creating a vacuum that drew a competent military into a coup disastrous for democracy.

The military, of course, is bound to uphold the constitution. But Dunlap wrote: “The catastrophe that occurred on our watch took place because we failed to speak out against policies we knew were wrong. It’s too late for me to do any more. But it’s not for you.”From Parameters, Winter 1992-93, pp. 2-20.The letter that follows takes us on a darkly imagined

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Gunny G’s Marines History and Traditions: Whose Quote Is This, Anyway?

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Re”We herd sheep, we drive cattle, we lead people.Lead me, follow me, or get out of my way.

“-Gen George Patton


Some Marines like to use the above quote sometimes abbreviated/enlarged as their tagline, etc., insisting that “it’s USMC”–but then…jarheads insist most everything is theirs!

Look it up!-GyG

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Gunny G’s Marines History and Traditions: Re Ben Frank…

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Subject : Re:

NCO blood stripe

The statement that the red stripe on dress blue trousers was a”blood” stripe commemorating the Marines killed in the battle forChapultepec in Mexico City in 1847 is a long-perpetuated myth passedon to generations of boots by their DIs.

It simply is not true. To quote LtCol Charlie Cureton in “The Marines,” the wearing of stripeson trousers began in 1834, following the Army’s practice of having trouser stripes the color of the facings of uniform jackets. Colonel Commandant Archibald Henderson prescribed buff-white stripes forofficers and sergeants. When, in 1839, the uniform changed to dark blue coats faced red, officers’ trousers’ stripes became dark blue edged in red.

Ten years later the stripes changed to red, and ove rthe years, there were variations.

Finally, in 1904, the simple redstripe was adopted.


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You’ve Got to Get this Book! “We’ve Been Had” by James Keena

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You’ve Got to Get this Book! “We’ve Been Had” by James Keena ^Posted on Saturday, August 07, 2010 12:08:18 PM by FrdmLvrEditorial Reviews Review

James Keena has done a superb job of reconstructing Barack Obama’s carefully obscured past and documenting his network of radical connections.

The result is an unsettling, detailed portrait of the first anti-American President. –Scott Sweet, Author of To Set the Record Straight: How Swift Boat Veterans, POWs and the New Media Defeated John KerryThis book will awaken those outside of the 20 percent far-left demographic who still somehow believe the narrative that Barack Obama is a post-partisan, post-racial, all-American politician.

James leaves hardly a stone unturned exposing the true identity of the man behind the lofty rhetoric. Unfortunately, it’s true:

We’ve Been Had. –Monte Kuligowski, attorney and author of Does the Declaration of Independence Pass the Lemon Test?

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Bio-Bug: Car run on human waste is launched

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Bio-Bug: Car run on human waste is launchedThe Telegraph ^ | 8/6/2010 | Laura RobertsPosted on Saturday, August 07, 2010 12:03:21 PM by freebillyThe Bio-Bug has been converted by a team of British engineers to be powered by biogas, which is produced from human waste at sewage works across the country. They believe the car is a viable alternative to electric vehicles.Excrement flushed down the lavatories of just 70 homes is enough to power the car for 10,000 miles – the equivalent of one average motoring year.This conversion technology has been used in the past but the Bio-Bug is Britain’s first car to run on methane gas without its performance being reduced. It can power a conventional two litre VW Beetle convertible to 114mph.Excerpt Read more at …

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Recommended Reading: Saul Alinsky, The American Organizer (NEA Promoting Saul Alinsky Tactics!) (via ~ The GUNNY “G” BLOG & E-MAIL ~)

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Recommended Reading: Saul Alinsky, The American Organizer (NEA Promoting Saul Alinsky Tactics!) Saturday, December 26, 2009 12:40:01 PM · by Tiger555 · 8 replies · 446+ views NEA ^ | Current | NEA :Saul Alinsky The National Education Association is recommending reading Saul Alinsky – This avowed Communist is being promoted Straight from the site of the NEA. Disgusting! They are excitingly promoting this Communist “An inspiration to anyone contemp … Read More

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Gunny G’s Marines History and Traditions: Origin and History USMC Service/Serial Numbers….

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Origin and History USMC Service/Serial Numbers….September 27 2006 at 7:32 PMNo score for this post GyG Login Dick GainesForum Ownerfrom IP address information on the origin of service numbers for Marine CorpsPersonnel and the method of filing office and enlisted cases1. Effective 1 July 1905, each enlisted man’s file case was assigned a number and the file case filed numerically. The first, or lowest number assigned was 20,000. The numbers from zero through 19,999 were reserved for Headquarters “general files” correspondence.2. Previous to 1 July 1905, the enlisted men’s cases were filed alphabetically and when there were two or more cases with the same name, the cases were filed by date of enlistment.3. Circular Letter 432 of 15 February 1941 directed that

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Caption Barry and Alexi

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Caption Barry and AlexiWLS-890AM ^Posted on Saturday, August 07, 2010 10:26:41 AM by Cletus.D.YokelCaption Contest!

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Serious Questions Raised About Obama Tactics in 2008 Election

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Serious Questions Raised About Obama Tactics in 2008 ElectionAccuracy in Media AIM ^ | August 6, 2010 | By Roger AronoffPosted on Saturday, August 07, 2010 10:41:47 AM by Ooh-AhRecently AIM interviewed Gigi Gaston, director of the documentary film, “We Will Not Be Silenced.” The film documents voter intimidation and corruption by forces working for then-candidate Barack Obama at Democratic precinct caucuses and state conventions during the 2008 Presidential primary. The filmmaker is surprising in that she is a lifelong Democrat, whose grandfather was the mayor of Boston and later the governor of Massachusetts, and she is a Hollywood screenwriter.

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Stand With Me to Save Net Neutrality Al Franken

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Stand With Me to Save Net Neutrality

Al Frankena ^ | Unknown | Al FrankenPosted on Saturday, August 07, 2010 11:47:22 AM by fatnotlazyThe Comcast-NBC merger is the first domino. If it falls, the rest will soon follow. If no one stops them, how long do you think it will take before 4 or 5 megacorporations effectively control the flow of information in America not only on television, but online? How long do you think it will take before the Fox News website loads 5 times faster than DailyKos?It’s almost too late to stop this from happening, but not quite. The government can stop them. . . but first the government has to be MADE to act.Net Neutrality is THE First Amendment issue of our time. If you want to protect the free flow of information in the country and all that depends on it, you have to help me fight this.

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Sources say smackdown of Obama by Supreme Court may be inevitable (via ~ The GUNNY “G” BLOG & E-MAIL ~)

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Sources say smackdown of Obama by Supreme Court may be inevitable The Examiner ^ | July 9, 12:03 PM | Anthony G. Martin Posted on Tuesday, July 13, 2010 4:45:56 AM by Red Steel According to sources who watch the inner workings of the federal government, a smackdown of Barack Obama by the U.S. Supreme Court may be inevitable. Ever since Obama assumed the office of President, critics have hammered him on a number of Constitutional issues.  Critics … Read More

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Some people have the vocabulary to sum up things in a way you can understand them. This quote came from the Czech Republic. Someone over there has it figured out. We have a lot of work to do. “The danger to America is not Barack Obama but a citizenry capable of entrusting a man like him with the Presidency. It will be far easier to limit and undo the follies of an Obama presidency than to restore the necessary common sense and good judgment to a … Read More

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Voters Reject Notion That “Government Can Do Anything It Likes”

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An attendee asked Stark to explain his claim that health care was now a right rather than a privilege in light of the fact that government imposed Obamacare “infringes the inalienable rights of other people” under the Constitution. The attendee pointed out that to mandate others to provide a service was a form of slavery and therefore violated the 13th amendment to the Constitution.“The federal government – yes – can do most anything in this country,” responded Stark, a statement that prompted a loud chorus of dissent from the crowd.Watch the clip:

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9/11 responders demand justice

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RT filmed this emotional footage of 9/11 first responders pouring their hearts out at a speech just blocks away from where the twin towers fell. The rally was in response to Congress defeating a federal bill that would have provided billions of dollars in health care for those sickened by toxins released by the collapse of the World Trade Center towers Sept. 11, 2001.Eat like a king, stock up at eFoodsDirect today!

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Sen. DeMint Ratifying U.N. Children’s Rights Treaty Would Turn Parental Rights ‘Over to International Community’

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Sen. Jim DeMint R- S.C. said that if President Barack Obama gets his way and the Senate ratifies the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, the precedent would be set to place parental rights under the jurisdiction of the international community. “We believe we need to take clear action here in Congress to protect the rights of parents to raise their children,”

DeMint said at a Wednesday panel discussion. “This treaty would, in fact, establish a precedent that those rights have been given over to the international community.” DeMint is lead sponsor of S. Res. 519, a resolution to protect parental rights, which is co-sponsored by 30 senators total. Only four more senators need to sign on to inform President Obama that he does not have enough votes in the Senate to ratify the treaty, DeMint said.

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Who poses the real threat to the Internet?

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A new opinion piece on argues that it’s the government, not the companies providing internet access, that is the real danger to free speech and the internet: We should be skeptical of any claims that net neutrality regulation is consistent with the First Amendment, let alone required by it.

As First Amendment attorney Robert Corn-Revere has noted “The First Amendment, the Internet & Net Neutrality: Be Careful What You Wish For”, “It should not be forgotten that the federal government’s initial impulse [in the mid-1990s] was to censor the internet and to subject it to a far lower level of First Amendment protection.”

The real “Big Brother” threat here is a government with the power to completely foreclose all speech under threat of fine or imprisonment — a power the private sector lacks even if you buy into the silly notion that it is out to bottle up speech or speakers….

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1,200 National Guard Troops Being Deployed to Border Will Not Be Used to Stop and Detain Illegal Aliens

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The 1,200 National Guard troops that are being deployed incrementally to the southwest border “will not be doing direct law enforcement,” said U.S. National Guard Bureau Director of Communications Jack Harrison when asked if the forces would be interdicting drugs and undocumented immigrants.

“The two mission sets are criminal analysts and enter-identification team,” Harrison told “I can tell you that guardsmen will not be doing direct law enforcement on the southwest border.”In other words, the National Guardsmen will not be used to actually stop and detain illegal aliens trying to sneak across the border into the United States.

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Senate dumps strategy to prevent EMP damage

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ExclusiveSenate dumps strategy to prevent EMP damage

House planned defense against ‘malicious acts’ using shock wavePosted: August 07, 201012:30 am EasternBy Bob Unruh© 2010 WorldNetDaily

The U.S. Senate has dropped a House-approved plan that would prepare the United States to defend itself from an attack from any electromagnetic pulse source – whether it would be from a natural solar flare or the detonation of a space-located nuclear weapon by enemies intent on destroying America’s infrastructure, according to a representative who has raised alarms over EMP.U.S. Rep. Roscoe Bartlett, a Maryland Republican, said it is “unfortunate.””While one part of the federal government was warning us of possible solar electromagnetic pulse EMP damage to our electric grid, a key Senate commission approved a bill to ignore this threat,” he said.Do you want to keep up on the EMP threat? Subscribe to the publication that broke the story in 2004 – Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.

“It’s particularly ironic since the Senate amended a bill, H.R. 5026, approved unanimously by the House that would specifically protect the grid against solar EMP and other physical threats,” he said.Story continues below WND has reported for years on the devastating danger from an EMP attack that could be launched by a second-rate missile system against America.The concern is that any nuclear detonation that could be launched into the atmosphere anywhere from 25 to 250 miles above the United States could decimate the nation’s electric grid, essentially transporting it instantly back to an era of mechanical machines and agriculture.

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Your Choice: Thomas Jefferson or the Status Quo by Thomas E. Woods, Jr.

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Jefferson Or Obama?

Your Choice: Thomas Jefferson or the Status Quo

by Thomas E. Woods, Jr.

Recently by Thomas E. Woods, Jr.: The Right To Nullify This Government

When I appeared before hundreds of members of the Iowa GOP late last June on the eve of the state party convention and received a standing ovation from throngs of party loyalists, I knew the business-as-usual crowd would be annoyed. I had just finished explaining that if we are serious about limiting government, as opposed to giving pretty speeches and wringing our hands, we will have to make use of all the mechanisms of defense Thomas Jefferson bequeathed to the states, and not just the ones that don’t offend Katie Couric or the New York Times.

Nathan Tucker has fired the inevitable shot back, in the form of a more or less predictable review of my book Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century. I urge you, dear reader, to download a free chapter of the book at, and see if it intrigues you. Mr. Tucker, I am sorry to report, is not intrigued.

Jefferson’s argument is stated simply enough. If the federal government is allowed to hold a monopoly on determining the extent of its own powers, we have no right to be surprised when it keeps discovering new ones. If the federal government has the exclusive right to judge the extent of its own powers, it will continue to grow – regardless of elections, the separation of powers, and other much-touted limits on government power.

In his famous Report of 1800, James Madison reminded Virginians and Americans at large that the judicial branch was not infallible, and that some remedy must be found for those cases in which all three branches of the federal government exceed their constitutional limits…


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Obama’s Oil Drilling Moratorium

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Obama’s Oil Drilling Moratorium

Here’s my theory on Obama’s REAL agenda for his drilling Moratorium in the Gulf. In a recent video interview (YouTube), Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal can’t seem to fathom Obama’s utter indifference to wrecking the offshore oil and gas industry in Louisiana with his dictatorial Moratorium. He can’t understand Obama’s seemingly utter contempt and indifference to the tens of thousands of Louisiana workers who work for…….

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Forbidden Gates by Tom Horn

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Forbidden Gates

The technological, cultural, and metaphysical shift now under way unapologetically forecasts a future dominated by this new species of unrecognizably superior humans, and applications under study now to make this dream reality are being funded by thousands of government and private research facilities around the world. As readers will learn, this includes among other things rewriting human DNA…..

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Beware of “Whole Child Education” by Erica Carle

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Beware of “Whole Child Education”

Using Children For Community Takeover. Legislators, School Boards, Parents, and Teachers — BEWARE! “Whole Child Education” is here and it is dangerous. In fact, all education that claims to be “child centered” should be avoided. It is toxic to everyone involved. A better name for child centered education would be “Psychological Vandalism.” What does child centered education mean? It means that to the “educator” the child is a product………

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The Origins of Nullification by Thomas J. DiLorenzo

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The Origins of Nullification

by Thomas J. DiLorenzo
by Thomas J. DiLorenzo
Recently by Thomas DiLorenzo: How the Lincoln Myth Was Hatched



The defenders of centralized governmental power (a.k.a. tyranny) despise the Jeffersonian idea that the citizens of the states have a right to nullify what they believe to be unconstitutional federal laws. They hate it so much that they falsify history whenever they are forced to discuss it when it becomes news, as it has in recent months. Their favorite falsehood is the myth that nullification was the idea of U.S. Senator John C. Calhoun, the principal architect of South Carolina’s nullification of the federal “Tariff of Abominations” in 1832. This tariff, sponsored by Henry Clay, raised the average tariff rate to 45% with tariffs on some items exceeding 100%. Since almost all of the items covered by the tariff were manufactured in the Northern states, only Northern manufactures would benefit from them by charging higher prices once international competition was prohibited by the tariff on imports. South Carolinians, Virginians, and other Southerners correctly believed that the tariff was a break with the constitutional compact that outlawed discriminatory taxation. They were correct to interpret the Tariff of Abominations as an attempt by the neo-Puritanical New England “Yankees” to use the power of the central state to plunder them (and all consumers for that matter). That was a trend they sought to nip in the bud with their nullification law.

The defenders of this particular form of legal plunder usually heap the worst calumny imaginable on Calhoun, a former vice president of the United States and one of America’s most brilliant political theorists (read his Disquisition on Government), by associating him with slavery and nothing but slavery. The not-so-veiled implication is that nullification was some kind of white supremacist plot. Associating nullification with Calhoun and only Calhoun, and then relentlessly smearing him, is nothing more than a dishonest diversionary tactic on the part of the defenders of consolidated or centralized governmental power, the purpose of which is censorship of all discussion of the nullification of unconstitutional federal laws.

The idea of nullification was actually popular among the American colonists, long before Calhoun’s time, but is most closely associated with Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, authors of the Kentucky and Virginia Resolves of 1798. Jefferson authored the Kentucky Resolve at the request of the Kentucky legislature as a way of nullifying the hated Sedition Act that was being enforced by President John Adams. This law essentially outlawed free political speech in America.

As soon as the Federalist Party gained power it outlawed free speech, in clear violation of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. The spark that ignited this totalitarian impulse was an editorial by the grandson of Benjamin Franklin, Benjamin Franklin Bache, editor of the Philadelphia Aurora newspaper. Bache was a follower of Jefferson and his Democratic-Republican Party, and was outspokenly opposed to the Federalist program of protectionist tariffs, central banking, corporate welfare, high taxes, and a large public debt. In an editorial he called John Adams “old, querulous, bald, blind, crippled, toothless Adams.” Federalists responded in kind. Noah Webster called the Democratic-Republicans “the refuse, the sweepings of the most depraved part of mankind . . .”

Abigail Adams is said to have gone berserk over Bache’s characterization of her husband, and she and the Federalist newspapers began calling for Bache’s punishment. The result was the Alien and Sedition Acts. The Sedition Act was enacted on July 14, 1798, and made it a crime to publish “false, scandalous, and malicious writing against the government or its officials.” Of course, the government itself would solely decide what constituted improper and illegal speech, as was the case in the Soviet Union and all other totalitarian states during the twentieth century. The law was written so as to expire on the day that John Adams left office so that it would only be used against Jefferson’s Democratic-Republican Party.

Many of Jefferson’s followers resented the ostentatious displays of king-like grandeur that the Adams’s were known for. For example, according to the Wikipedia entry on the Alien and Sedition Acts, in July of 1798 President John Adams and his wife Abigail were making their way back home to Braintree, Massachusetts in elaborate carriages as part of a parade, with canons firing to celebrate their entry into every city and town along the way. A man named Luther Baldwin was sitting in a pub in Newark, New Jersey where, upon hearing the canon fire, said “There goes the president and they are firing at his arse.” He also said that he didn’t care if “they fired through his arse.” For this he was sent to prison and assessed fines and court costs.

In November of 1798, a man named David Brown put up a liberty pole in Dedham, Massachusetts with the words, “No Stamp Act, No Sedition Act, No Alien Bills, No Land Tax [referring to Hamilton’s national property tax], Downfall to the Tyrants of America; Peace and Retirement to the President; Long Live the Vice President [Jefferson].” For this he was fined and sentenced to eighteen months in prison.

Several dozen newspaper writers who were supporters of Jefferson were arrested under the Sedition Act for criticizing the government. In addition, Federalist party mobs often attacked newspapers and newspaper editors who were sympathetic to the Democratic-Republican Party or who criticized John Adams. Federalist Roger Griswold, a congressman from Connecticut, attacked fellow Congressman Mathew Lyon of Vermont by beating him with a hickory cane on the floor of the House of Representatives after Lyon criticized the Federalists as being “in opposition to the interests and opinions of nine-tenths of their constituents.”

After Lyons wrote a newspaper article suggesting that Adams had “an unbounded thirst for ridiculous pomp, foolish adulation, and selfish avarice,” the Adams administration convened a grand jury and indicted Lyons. After walking the Revolutionary War veteran through the town of Vergennes, Vermont in shackles, he was imprisoned. He ran for reelection from prison and won handily.

All of this is what motivated Thomas Jefferson to author the Kentucky Resolve of 1798, accompanied by Madison’s Virginia Resolve, which was almost identical (See William J. Watkins, Jr., Reclaiming the American Revolution: The Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions and Their Legacy). Section One of Jefferson’s Kentucky Resolve reads as follows:

Resolved, that the several States composing the United States of America, are not united on the principles of unlimited submission to their General Government; but that by compact under the style and title of a Constitution For the United States and of amendments thereto, they constituted a General Government for special purposes, delegated to that Government certain definite powers, reserving each State to itself, the residuary mass of right to their own self Government; and that whensoever the General Government assumes undelegated powers, its acts are unauthoritative, void, and of no force . . . . That the Government created by this compact was not made the exclusive or final judge of the extent of the powers delegated to itself; since that would have made its discretion, and not the Constitution, the measure of its powers; but that as in all other cases of compact among parties having no common Judge, each party has an equal right to judge for itself, as well as of infractions as of the mode and measure of redress.

Madison’s Virginia Resolve, in turn, declared that “in case of deliberate, palpable, and dangerous exercise of other powers, not granted by the said compact [i.e., the Constitution], the States who are parties thereto, have the right and are duty bound, to interpose for arresting the progress of the evil, and for maintaining within their respective limits, the authorities, rights and liberties appertaining to them.”

With Jefferson’s election as president, the Sedition Act ended at midnight on March 3, 1801, the moment Jefferson became president. Upon assuming the office, Jefferson ended all ongoing prosecutions and pardoned those who had been convicted under the Sedition Act.

South Carolina’s nullification of the Tariff of Abominations in 1832 was not even the second example of the principle of nullification being implemented. Far from it. After President Jefferson enacted a trade embargo in response to British theft of American ships and the kidnapping of American sailors, New England legislatures nullified the embargo act by quoting Jefferson himself. For example, on February 5, 1809, the Massachusetts legislature declared that the embargo was “not legally binding on the citizens of the state” and denounced the law as “unjust, oppressive, and unconstitutional” (See James J. Kilpatrick, The Sovereign States). All of the New England states (where the shipping industry was concentrated), plus Delaware, officially nullified the embargo act.

When the War of 1812 broke out (also the work of Henry Clay as much as anyone), the New England Federalists essentially seceded from the union by not participating in the war. Their political vehicle was nullification. As stated by the Connecticut state assembly:

[I]t must not be forgotten that the state of Connecticut is a FREE SOVEREIGN and INDEPENDENT State; that the United States are a confederated and not a consolidated Republic. The Governor of this State is under a high and solemn obligation, ‘to maintain the lawful rights and privileges thereof, as a sovereign, free and independent State,’ as he is ‘to support the Constitution of the United States,’ and the obligation to support the latter imposes an additional obligation to support the former. The building cannot stand, if the pillars upon which it rests, are impaired or destroyed.

This statement by the Connecticut state assembly echoed Jefferson’s states’ rights interpretation of the Constitution, as beautifully stated in the Kentucky Resolve. This places modern-day “conservatives” and “neo-conservatives” in a conundrum: They would like to nullify “Obamacare” and much of the other socialistic legislation that is being passed, and the movement in favor of state nullification as the vehicle for doing so is gaining more and more momentum by the day (see the Web site of the Tenth Amendment Center). But to embrace nullification is to associate oneself with the Jeffersonian compact theory of the state that was overthrown at gunpoint by the Lincoln administration, after several generations of nationalist/consolidationist/Yankee politicians failed to do so through the normal, non-violent political process. As Jefferson clearly stated in the Kentucky Resolve, the states are free, independent, and sovereign. They therefore have a right of secession as well as nullification. Jefferson himself wrote frequently in favor of a states’ right of secession. Indeed, the Declaration of Independence was nothing if it was not a declaration of secession from the British Empire.

An easy prediction is that the neocons will in fact advocate nullification as long as the Democrats are in power. But when they reassume power they will revert back to their cornerstone ideology of Lincoln idolatry, centralization, militarization, censorship, spying, torturing, endless warmongering, and denunciation of nullification and all other forms of the American tradition of states’ rights, otherwise known as federalism.

August 7, 2010

Thomas J. DiLorenzo [send him mail] is professor of economics at Loyola College in Maryland and the author of The Real Lincoln; Lincoln Unmasked: What You’re Not Supposed To Know about Dishonest Abe and How Capitalism Saved America. His latest book is Hamilton’s Curse: How Jefferson’s Archenemy Betrayed the American Revolution – And What It Means for America Today.

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Now Mobile Devices Will Scan Your Naked Body On The Streets (via ~ The GUNNY “G” BLOG & E-MAIL ~)

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Now Mobile Devices Will Scan Your Naked Body On The Streets – Prison – – Now Mobile Devices Will Scan Your Naked Body On The Streets Posted By admin On January 8, 2010 @ 10:51 am In Featured Stories, News In Focus, Paul Watson Articles | 55 Comments Airport tyranny comes to your door, as predicted Paul Joseph Watson Prison [1] Friday, January 8, 2009 Naked body scanners are being readied to go mobile and scan you on the street, at football games and any ot … Read More

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Bringing Back the Hat (via ~ The GUNNY “G” BLOG & E-MAIL ~)

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Bringing Back the Hat March 1, 2008 Up until the 1950's men were rarely seen out and about without a hat sitting upon their head. Since that time, the wearing of hats has seen a precipitous decline. No one is precisely sure why. Some say the downfall of hats occurred when JFK did not wear a hat to his inauguration, thus forever branding them as uncool. This is an urban myth, however, as Kennedy did indeed don a hat that day. Another theory posits that the shrinking si … Read More

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Danish drivers stumped by secret rules

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Danish drivers stumped by secret rules

The Telegraph ^ | 8/6/2010 | Bruno WaterfieldPosted on Saturday, August 07, 2010 3:50:54 AM by bruinbirdman

Danish drivers have protested after Copenhagen ruled that large sections of its traffic rules were secret in defiance of rulings that wardens must explain why they have issued parking tickets.

Traffic wardens in Denmark’s capital have refused to tell parking offenders what rules they broke.Following numerous complaints from motorists the Danish Broadcasting Corporation requested and received a 110 page document spelling out how traffic wardens should behave and how and when they should issue tickets.

But key sections of the guidance, including the pages concerning the rules setting out the circumstances for issuing tickets, had been blanked out by the Copenhagen parking authority.Traffic wardens claimed that if drivers became aware of the information they would lose respect for traffic law and probably try to work around the rules.The parking authority also insisted that it wanted to prevent wardens getting into long or semantic arguments with motorists about the small print of regulation.

Finally, the authorities declared that parking rules were “exempt” from freedom of information laws because “it is necessary for the protection of significant considerations regarding the implementation of public control”.The “secret” rules are thought to relate to information on recommended observation times for wardens, advice on how to make the judgement for issuing a ticket and the required positions of parked vehicles.

The authorities have ignored a ruling from Hans Gammeltoft Hansen, Denmark’s parliamentary ombudsman, who said the rules “did not justify secrecy”.Excerpt Read more at …

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THAT CRAZY FRENCHMAN Erica Carle "QUESTION: How did the crazy Frenchman expect to gain universal acceptance for his world management system? ANSWER: By controlling religion, public opinion, and education." *********************** February 1, 2009 The crazy Frenchman died long before IQ tests were concocted, but had they been available in the early 1800’s his score might have been one of the highest of all time. However, even high IQ nerds can have mental breakd … Read More

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Criminal complaint of Treason against Barack Hussein Obama Can the US Constitution Survive Dictator Obama? (via ~ The GUNNY “G” BLOG & E-MAIL ~)

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Criminal complaint of Treason against Barack Hussein Obama Can the US Constitution Survive Dictator Obama? Sher Zieve Bio By Sher Zieve Wednesday, June 17, 2009 In light of the now almost daily bombardment of the US Constitution by the sitting US Commander in Chief, the question ‘is our Constitution still the law of the land?’ is increasingly being asked by We-the-People.  The problem of Barack Hussein Obama seeming not to be a natural-born citiz … Read More

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Cops: Man charged after referring to Conn. rampage

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Cops: Man charged after referring to Conn. rampage

Google/AP ^ | Friday August 6th 2010 | APPosted on Saturday, August 07, 2010 1:12:47 AM by Mad DawggNEW HAVEN, Conn. —

Connecticut police say they arrested a man at a management company after he mentioned the shooting rampage across the state that killed nine people and said he understood the killer’s mindset.Fifty-eight-year-old Francis Laskowski of Derby was charged with breach of peace Wednesday after making the comments while working at Fusco Management Co. in New Haven.Excerpt Read more at …

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Prepare for Data Tsunami, Warns Google CEO ["Open the pod bay door, HAL!"]

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Prepare for Data Tsunami, Warns Google CEO

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CEO Eric Schmidt says an explosion of data is coming — and we’re totally unprepared to handle the deluge. Here’s why he’s right.Google CEO Eric Schmidt had some scary things to say about privacy yesterday.

In a nutshell, he said there’s an almost incomprehensible amount of data out there about all of us — much of which we’ve generated ourselves via social networks, blogs, and so on — and we are totally unprepared to deal with the implications of that fact.

Schmidt was speaking at the Techonomy confab, currently underway at California’s Lake Tahoe, where large-brained people gather to talk about how technology and the economy intersect.Marshall Kirkpatrick of Read Write Web distilled the highlights:”There was 5 exabytes of information created between the dawn of civilization through 2003,” Schmidt said, “but that much information is now created every 2 days, and the pace is increasing…

People aren’t ready for the technology revolution that’s going to happen to them….””If I look at enough of your messaging and your location, and use Artificial Intelligence,” Schmidt said, “we can predict where you are going to go.””Show us 14 photos of yourself and we can identify who you are. You think you don’t have 14 photos of yourself on the internet? You’ve got Facebook photos! People will find it’s very useful to have devices that remember what you want to do, because you forgot…But society isn’t ready for questions that will be raised as result of user-generated content.

“Are visions of 2001’s HAL 9000 or maybe The Terminator’s SkyNet dancing in your head yet? How about Minority Report or Enemy of the State?In those movies, it was malevolent machines or government agencies that played the boogieman. In Schmidt’s scenario, the source of evil is a lot murkier.Excerpt Read more at …

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