Archive for April, 2009

Rev. James David Manning Makes No Bones About It

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Rev. James David Manning Makes No Bones About It
The Andrea Shea King Show ^ | April 30, 2009 | Andrea Shea King

Posted on Thursday, April 30, 2009 4:30:06 PM by patriotgal1787


Next Show: Thursday, April 30 at 9 pm ET.


The Rev. James David Manning joins us on The Andrea Shea King Show at 9 p.m. ET. Link here to listen.

He refers to Obama as a “long legged mack daddy, the son of a sack of white trash, Stanley Ann Dunham, a floozy, the lowest of women in Honolulu, Hawaii; and his father was a bigamist white woman chaser.”

He insists that Obama is a usurper and won’t produce his birth certificate. “Know why he doesn’t?” he rails. “He doesn’t have one!!!”

“Whose citizenship did you use when you applied to Columbia? He won’t show it. You know why? Because it says Barry Soetoro of Jakarta, Indonesia. He’s not a citizen of the United States of America!”

He says Oprah is the anti-Christ. That voter fraud is perpetrated by ACORN — “A Criminal Organization Representing Negroes”. And that yesterday was “Bad Wednesday”.

Boom shaka laka brother!

We get started at 9 p.m. ET sharp on Blog Talk Radio. Link to listen here. See you then!

It’s Radio Free Andrea, where the Revolution has begun, one Broadcast at a time. We lit a torch to light your way.

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No love of the common man….[Glenn Beck]

April 30, 2009 1 comment

No love of the common man
Philadelphia Inquirer ^ | April 30, 2009 | Jonathan Zimmerman

Posted on Thursday, April 30, 2009 10:48:34 AM by fleagle

Is Fox News host Glenn Beck our own Father Charles Coughlin, the “radio priest” who railed against Franklin D. Roosevelt in the 1930s?

That’s become a common refrain among liberals, who hear echoes of Coughlin in Beck’s attacks on President Obama. Conservatives recoil at the charge, of course…

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This is still America, so wave your flag Choose from Navy Jack, Betsy Ross, Don’t Tread on Me

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This is still America, so wave your flag
Choose from Navy Jack, Betsy Ross, Don’t Tread on Me

Posted: April 29, 2009
9:07 pm Eastern


WASHINGTON – Are you afraid of being called a “right-wing extremist”? If so, you probably want to stop right here.

If not, check out the latest patriotic memorabilia from the WND SuperStore.

The Betsy Ross

That’s right. It’s the season for flags. Memorial Day is right around the corner. Flag Day follows two weeks later. Then, believe it or not, Independence Day comes just three weeks after that.

Are you prepared to show your colors?

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There’s plenty from which to choose – and more coming in the weeks ahead.

You can choose the standard 50-star American flag, or the old Navy Jack, or the Betsy Ross version, or the message that may seem most appropriate in this age of bailouts and trillion-dollar “stimulus packages,” “Don’t Tread on Me.” The latter comes in two varieties – Culpepper and Gadsden.

Culpeper flag

Check them all out at the new flag department of the WND SuperStore. They are all quality made and not one of them is made in China! Just try to find an American flag not made in China these days.

Navy Jack flag

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Will Your Flu Shot Protect You Against Swine Flu?

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Will Your Flu Shot Protect You Against Swine Flu? ScienceNOW Daily News ^ | 28 April 2009 | Jon Cohen Posted on Thursday, April 30, 2009 2:03:48 AM by neverdem The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention strongly doubts that this year’s flu vaccine will offer people any protection from the swine flu.

“We don’t think that any of the existing vaccines are effective,” acting CDC Director Richard Besser said yesterday at a press conference. But some flu vaccine researchers and public health experts say the jury is still out. “If I hadn’t already had the vaccine, I’d take it,” says Robert Webster, a flu guru and vaccinemaker at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee.

CDC’s Daniel Jernigan says experiments with ferrets done there suggest that the current vaccine has no power against the H1N1 strain of swine flu now circulating the globe. CDC researchers took ferrets never infected with an influenza virus and injected them with this year’s vaccine, which has an H1N1 component of human, not swine, origin.

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April 30, 2009 2 comments
By Berit Kjos

April 30, 2009

“Lenin outlined a program for an active participation by both children and adolescents in the building of socialism. … Socially useful work should serve as a school of collectivism.”[1]

“…expand and strengthen service-learning programs through year-round opportunities … in order to renew the ethic of civic responsibility and the spirit of community for children and youth throughout the United States.”[2] Serve America Act (GIVE, H.R.1388), signed into law on April 21

“Brainwashing is a system of befogging the brain so a person can be seduced into acceptance of what otherwise would be abhorrent to him. … Facts and fancy whirl round and change places.”[3] Edward Hunter, Brainwashing

“O our God… we have no power against this great multitude that is coming against us; nor do we know what to do, but our eyes are upon You.” 2 Chronicles 20:12

Traditional American volunteerism and self-giving service has been praised by people around the world. But it may soon be replaced with a government system of mandatory service and re-education for all ages. Obama’s signature on H.R. 1388 “Serve America Act,” [See 2] will usher in a new era. While people of all ages will be recruited, the main focus will be on the youth. Words such as “uniforms,” “youth corps,” campuses” and “boarding” [i.e. “grouped together as appropriate in campuses for operational, support, and boarding purposes” SEC. 1516] bring memories of totalitarian government-controlled youth service.[4]

“Service learning” — the heart of this evolving program — is grounded in Soviet ideology. Banning Biblical sharing, it reflects Communism’s “dialectical materialism” and notorious “re-education” camps. Its basic formula is simple:

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Clarence Thomas : Fairness Doctrine ‘unconstitutional’

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Clarence Thomas : Fairness Doctrine ‘unconstitutional’
WND ^ | April 30, 2009 | Joe Kovacs

Posted on Wednesday, April 29, 2009 11:43:52 PM by RobinMasters

For the first time, a U.S. Supreme Court justice is offering some legal insight about the so-called Fairness Doctrine, suggesting the off-the-books policy could be declared unconstitutional if it’s revived and brought before the bench.

In written discussion on yesterday’s ruling cracking down on indecent language on television, Justice Clarence Thomas called the policy “problematic” and a “deep intrusion into the First Amendment rights of broadcasters.”

The doctrine requiring broadcasters to air opposing viewpoints on controversial issues was brought to an end in the 1980s under the direction of President Ronald Reagan’s Federal Communications Commission.

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Did president approve buzzing New York?

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Did president approve buzzing New York? ^ | April 30, 2009 | Andrea Shea King

Posted on Thursday, April 30, 2009 1:57:03 AM by Jet Jaguar

An Air Force officer who served in the Clinton White House and for two years carried the “nuclear football” briefcase of codes says it’s almost certain that the “highest levels” of the Obama administration knew about and approved this week’s stunt in which Air Force One buzzed New York City.

Retired Lt. Col. Buzz Patterson served in Clinton’s White House from 1996 to 1998 and was responsible for the president’s “emergency satchel,” the black bag of nuclear codes that accompanies the president at all times.

He wrote “Reckless Disregard” and “Dereliction of Duty” after his retirement from the military.

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