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Thursday, December 24, 2009

Tyrany Eve

From the blog of Matt Chancey:
"A Christmas Eve Manifesto

By a son of Liberty

Today, most of the world from New York to Nairobi and Jerusalem to Christchurch will pause in preparation for the commemoration of one of the world’s most significant events: the birth of Jesus Christ, God’s only begotten Son, the Savior of the world..." Keep Reading

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

The 96th Birthday of the Federal Reserve Corporation

The Federal Reserve is incorporated on December 23, 1913. And the 8th commandment is overtly violated by seven men who craft their bill called the Federal Reserve Act on a supposed duck hunting trip.
Read more in Peter Allison's excellent book, Dollar Noncents, The Respected Fraud and Beneficial Devestation of the Federal Reserve Corporation.

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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Sonia’s in

Senate Confirms Radical Anti-gunner to the U.S. Supreme Court but Obama nomination suffers a higher than normal number of opposition votes.

The Senate easily confirmed the nomination of Judge Sonia Sotomayor to the U.S. Supreme Court. Only 31 Senators took seriously their oath to uphold the Constitution and voted against this radical anti-gun nominee, with 68 voting for confirmation. All the Democrats in attendance voted for Sotomayor, while nine Republicans joined their ranks.

The common refrain heard in the Senate before the vote was: “The President deserves his pick.” Of course, Senator Barrack Obama did not hold that view in 2006, when he opposed President Bush’s pick of Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court. Then-Senator Obama said:

“There are some who believe that the President, having won the election, should have the complete authority to appoint his nominee, and the Senate should only examine whether or not the Justice is intellectually capable and an all-around nice guy. That once you get beyond intellect and personal character, there should be no further question whether the judge should be confirmed. I disagree with this view. I believe firmly that the Constitution calls for the Senate to advise and consent. I believe that it calls for meaningful advice and consent that includes an examination of a judge's philosophy, ideology, and record.”

...Thank you, everyone, for putting the heat on your Senators. President Obama would do well to interpret 31 NO votes as a “shot across the bow.” With his approval ratings plummeting, the president’s next Supreme Court pick may have to be far more in the mainstream."
Read the article (outside link)

The state of Alaska is sovereign…

“On July 10, 2009, Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin became the second governor in these States United (Governor Phil Bredesen of Tennessee is the other one) to sign into effect a State Sovereignty Resolution. (See ). These Sovereignty-type bills, resolutions and laws are an obvious and rightful response that the super-majority of the States in the Union is expressing to and against the usurping powers of the federal government. While the effects of federal tyranny are being felt more seriously than ever, history and human nature prove that the people of a society do not respond or revolt immediately against tyranny--though they have a right to. America's resistance is no different. Fortunately, the sleeping giant is being awakened, to the dismay of our Centralist-worshipers today…” Keep Reading (outside link)

Bush plans to make a North American Union similar to the European Union

In an international news conference in Guadalajara, Mexico on August 8, Howard Phillips, Chairman of the Coalition to Block the North American Union, will call for President Obama to fulfill his pledge to restore transparency and citizen involvement in the summit, and to abandon the Bush scheme of creating a North American Union similar to the European Union. As a candidate for President, Barack Obama submitted an op-ed to The Dallas Morning News published on February 20, 2008, which said "Starting my first year in office, I will convene annual meetings with Mr. Calderon and the prime minister of Canada. Unlike similar summits under President Bush, these will be conducted with a level of transparency that represents the close ties among our three countries. We will seek the active and open involvement of citizens, labor, the private sector and non-governmental organizations[emphasis added] in setting the agenda and making progress." Read the article (outside link)