Theater of Nonsense: Scurrilous Liberal Mission to Discredit All OppositionCanada Free Press ^ | 11/09/14 | Kelly O’ConnellPosted on 11/9/2014, 4:23:50 PM by Sean_AnthonyWelcome to the Modern Progressive Art of Debate–A Political Storm in an Outhouse
THE ONE AND ONLY SHOT IN THE @$$ FOR AMERICA’s STOCKHOLM SYNDROME !!!!!
Oct, 2014 by Dave Hodges Print this article Font size -16+CSS Offical-New-Logo2north pole warfare
The Arctic region is known to hold large amounts of untapped oil and gas reserves. The United Nations previously canceled all land claims in the Arctic region.
This is in response to these territories being at the center of several disputes between the United States, Russia, Canada, to a large degree, and it also includes Norway and Denmark, to a smaller degree.
The American Dream Is Still Possible, Just Not in the US
October 22, 2014Editorial By Ron HollandAlthough there are no firm statistics on the number of Americans living outside the US, the US State Department estimates that somewhere between 3 and 6 million Americans now live offshore.
I think this is a low estimate and the number is clearly growing.I now live in Canada but often travel back to the United States. Driving through Customs near Buffalo is usually not a big ordeal but it does involve a time-wasting delay much like visiting the post office or any other US government bureaucracy.
But governments should police their borders, as this is one of the few legitimate functions of a central government.Still, whenever I’m there I do notice the America I grew up in and once knew has really changed since 9/11.
The trend toward a more militarized and aggressive police force continues to quicken. I know most Americans accept this as part of the consequences of the War on Terror just as they do the loss of financial privacy, increased fines and asset seizures.
The Canadian government recently warned citizens to be careful when taking cash to the US because of the risk of police taking their cash for hyped-up offenses. Did you know that in the last 13 years, over $2.5 billion has been stolen by law enforcement in almost 62,000 cash seizures?
I have to say that as an American, I’m outraged at the situation and always on guard when in the USSA.I fear many Americans who don’t travel internationally might have become somewhat immune to the intrusive, arbitrary nature of today’s American government and its institutions.
Here in Canada, law enforcement is almost always professional and courteous and even the bureaucrats are friendly and helpful, which simply amazes me.So to my American family, friends and business associates,
I want you to know it is still possible to achieve the American Dream of a simple life with opportunity for wealth creation, fun, freedom and good times without an overly intrusive, threatening government … just not in the United States.
Many other nations, in Central and South America and elsewhere, certainly also experience corruption and inefficiencies but government threats remain outside of everyday life for most citizens and expats.Following are a few things I’ve noticed recently pertaining to international real estate and lifestyle decisions many people are considering, ranging from a new presidential executive order to mouth-watering Austrian chalets.
I mention the latest presidential executive order not because it concerns your lifestyle or real estate but because this is how you are………….MORE!
Meet your next President
Canada Free Press ^ | 09/29/14 | Obie UsateguiPosted on 9/29/2014, 12:20:31 PM by Sean_Anthony
May God save us all and may God save America!
You know, the closer we get to the 2016 presidential elections, the more I fret the uncertain future which may lay ahead for our great nation, courtesy, if you will, of some of my fellow-Americans lackadaisical deportment regarding our decadent State of the Union; a paradoxical departure from everything that America stood for just prior to our president Barack Obama’s untimely election, as he claimed on October 30th, 2008, to being just five days away [election day] from fundamentally transforming the nation.
A feat, which, in hindsight, he was able to consummate fully and unobstructed.As far as I am concerned, one of America’s worse political blunders, ever, in the history of this nation, was, of all things, the election of Barack Hussein Obama to be our president, not once but twice, first in 2008 and then again in 2012.
And, whereas there was plenty of blame to go around for the iniquitous error of electing this man to lead America, I was impelled, at the end of the day, to lay blame solely on our trite laissez-faire conduct regarding Americans’ most basic commitment to democracy and our democratic system; to wit: our compromise with destiny to elect someone to the highest office of the land willing to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America gallantly willed to us by the Founding Fathers – a task arduously despoiled off by all those who voted this man into office……..
“Nothing Is Being Done To Contain the Virus….. Perhaps this is the real reason behind Program 1033 which has effectively militarized the police. This development will effectively convert local law enforcement into a martial law operation…………… ” ~ The CDC Admits the USA Is On the Verge of a Major Ebola Outbreak | Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show
Nothing Is Being Done To Contain the Virus
An analysis published this week noted that over 6,000 travelers fly from Nigeria to the U.S. every week, one of the countries hardest hit by the deadly Ebola outbreak which can claim the lives of 90% of infected people.
And would you care to guess where travelers from the U.K., Canada, France, Germany, the United Arab Emirates and China frequently fly to? That answer would be the United States. With a 21 day incubation period, and no mandated screenings procedures for people traveling from infected countries, it’s really not a matter of if, but when the virus reaches the United States. This is a recipe for disaster.
“It’s really awful. I would be cutting those off in his sleep,” said Heather Darch.But when Arthur became president in 1881, the whispers surrounding him were about more than his whiskers.Democrats claimed that Arthur, a Republican, wasn’t born in Vermont as he maintained, but in Canada, which according to the Constitution made him ineligible for the Oval Office.
The charge was never proven, but even today there are those who say it’s true.Heather Darch says that Arthur was born in a modest house in the town of Bedford in French-speaking Canada, just 15 miles north of the U.S. border – a house that is up for sale.”I think Americans could come up here and own a piece of Americana, very easily,” she told Rocca.
“I really do believe that Chester A. Arthur was America’s first Canadian president!”Just down the road in the village of Stanbridge East, Quebec, Darch and Judy Antle oversee the region’s archives at the Missisquoi Historical Society.
This would be the place to come to check up on Arthur’s birthplace, Antle said, “Because we have birth records, baptism records that go back to the early 1800s.”This much we know: Chester’s father, William Arthur, was an itinerant minister and teacher who traveled back and forth across the very porous border
.When his son, the future president, was born in 1829, Darch says, oral history and “vague references” point to Arthur’s father teaching in Stanbridge East at the local school.And the schoolhouse was known as … the White House. “Ironic!” said Rocca.”Yeah, very!” laughed Darch.
What’s more, the family of Chester’s mother, Malvina, was living in CANADA at the time of his birth.”Malvina, we know, already had children. So she would’ve needed someone to look after the children while she was nursing a new baby. So very likely that she went to her mother for help and assistance. So yes, it’s very likely that Chester was born here.”And then there’s this: