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Denver Cops Criticize Obama In Advance Of Denver Speech
http://www.completecolorado.com/ ^ | April 2, 2013 6:00 PM | Brian Maass
Posted on Tuesday, April 02, 2013 9:06:45 PM by averagemo
I am thinking about being on the sidewalk outside the Academy, on Wednesday, holding a sign that says something like “I’m a Real Cop Supporting the 2nd Amendment.” Anyone want to join me?
On orders from the Obama administration, the bolts from the M1 rifles carried by Marines in the Inaugural parade were removed. Even more shockingly, it appears that the Marines who normally provide security and perform ceremonial functions for the President were replaced with ringers.
Some of the “Marines” that paraded in front of the reviewing stand on Inauguration Day were unshaven, their uniforms out of line and ill-fitting, and their marching skills – in the opinion of this writer and dozens of other real Marines – could easily have been bested by any 3rd phase Marine Corp recruit platoon.
In this episode of “The Truth Is Viral,” I speak with radio talk show host Pete Santilli, himself a Marine; and together, we dissect the video provided by the United States Marine Corp, proving that the men who paraded in front of the President were not Marines from Marine Corp Barracks Washington D.C., the famed 8th & I.
TownHall.com ^ | 2/11/2013 | Katie Pavlich
Posted on Sunday, February 17, 2013 8:51:58 AM by NamVet71MP
He’s gutted their healthcare, plans to cut their pay and apparently, doesn’t trust them either. David Codrea over at Gun Rights Examiner points out that Marines marching in President Obama’s second inaugural parade recently were caring rifles without bolts, meaning they were removed.
By Doug Hagmann Wednesday, February 6, 2013The following information was provided to me by my DHS contact on two different occasions. Information from my first contact was previously published in two parts here and here. I was asked to withhold the final portion of the information that was provided to me at that time until after the inauguration. The following resumes where part II left off.
At the request of this source and for the sake of continuity, the following combines the information withheld and the information from our most recent contact on 4 February 2013.DH: Do I have your permission to record this conversation?RB: Please do.DH: We’ve spoken at different times since the information you gave me was published.
Posted on Tuesday, January 22, 2013 5:53:45 AM by lowbridge
At least one brave and patriotic American attended the Presidential Inauguration and is in the parade route with an American flag in the ‘distress position’ and the white Gadsden flag by the way, which is affiliated with the Culpepper Militia Minutemen so they were very brave!
Two days after reports that hotels in Washington are not filling up ahead of Barack Obama’s second inauguration, the president emailed supporters to encourage them to come to the festivities scheduled for next month in Washington, D.C.
“Because of you, I’ll be taking the oath of office again on January 21st,” Obama wrote in an email to supporters. “I’d like you to be part of this historic moment — whether that’s in Washington, D.C., or wherever you call home. As we make plans, we want to make sure the people who made this inauguration possible are the first to know what’s happening.”
In June of 1976, I was Ron Paul‘s speechwriter. Shortly after I joined his staff as his newsletter writer and economic analyst, I recommended that he do what I had been doing for a year: buy a Code-A-Phone telephone answering machine and make a weekly 3-minute recording for people in his districts to call.
He could send the tape to his office in the district, where the machine would be set up at a local phone number. Residents could call it for free. He thought this was a good idea. So began his weekly speeches.
…..The Constitution of the United States made no provision for executive orders. Congress never votes to create one, yet executive orders have the force of law. The Constitution says that all laws must be passed by a majority in both houses of Congress and then be signed by the President.
Therefore, during my time as President, the government of the United States will be run exclusively by laws that were passed in accordance with the Constitution. I do not have the authority to repeal laws on my own. I do have the authority to repeal executive orders. I have just repealed 13,600 of them.
From this point on, you are not obligated to conform to rules and regulations issued under executive orders. Of course, the various executive departments of the United States government will do their best to ignore this, so you had better check with your lawyer…..
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- Interest Rates in a Gold Coin Standard by Gary North ~ “…This is mainly the result of Ron Paul’s 2007 candidacy for the Republican nomination …” (gunnyg.wordpress.com)
- My Fellow Americans (lewrockwell.com)
- The Unpardonable Sin: The Ron Paul Blunder (gunnyg.wordpress.com)
- Ron Paul’s Inaugural Address, Written by His First (and Only) Speechwriter ” ~ BLOGGER.GUNNY.G.1984+. ~ (BLOG & EMAIL) (gunnyg.wordpress.com)
- Ron Paul’s Inaugural Address, Written by His First (and Only) Speechwriter (gunnyg.wordpress.com)
Godfather Politics ^ | December 20, 2011 | Gary North
Posted on Tuesday, December 20, 2011 9:56:45 PM by Tolerance Sucks Rocks
In June of 1976, I was Ron Paul’s speechwriter. Shortly after I joined his staff as his newsletter writer and economic analyst, I recommended that he do what I had been doing for a year: buy a Code-A-Phone telephone answering machine and make a weekly 3-minute recording for people in his districts to call. He could send the tape to his office in the district, where the machine would be set up at a local phone number. Residents could call it for free. He thought this was a good idea. So began his weekly speeches.
I wrote his first talk. He later told me that he didn’t like reading a script written by anyone else, so he had decided to record his own. As far as I know, that was the last speech anyone ever wrote for him.
He used that machine for the next two-and-a-half years. After his defeat in November 1976, he posted a weekly phone message. The weekly report became a tool for a comeback. In 1978, he defeated the man who had barely defeated him (268 votes) in 1976.
So, having been his only speechwriter, I will now offer my second speech that he will not deliver.