Although the women of the United States are confined within the narrow circle of domestic life, and their situation is, in some respects, one of extreme dependence, I have nowhere seen woman occupying a loftier position; and if I were asked... in which I have spoken of so many important things done by Americans, to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of that people ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply, To the superiority of their women.

--Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Charlotte Iserbyt on Agenda 21

As some of you know, I'm a real Charlotte fan. Her work The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America is a tremendous tool to convince any doubter about the larger Communist conspiracy in this country. Newsflash: it didn't start with Obama, he's just one of their employees. Anyway, I wanted to share this tremendous interview with Charlotte where I've never seen her so fired up!

The schools system will be federalized, including the private schools. When a conservative talks up school choice, know right here and now that that issue has been co-opted by the communists by the conservatives, yes conservatives. Charlotte has some words to speak about the "conservative" organizations like Heritage. She blames them more than liberals for the Communism we see in America. Why? Because no one suspected them and on some level, these people knowingly go along to get along.

Also discussed is the deliberate take-down of the family, the Reece Committee, get involved locally, be on the lookout for Agenda 21 in your community. Also, get informed and pass it along. These one-worlder totalitarian types were hoping to take us out in the '70s she said, but some brave patriots fought for our right to be communicating right here and now. She also said that Ron Paul is the only candidate who can save our country.

If you haven't looked into some of the series on my blog, you really ought to check them out. Notice that I don't advertise, I don't make any money with this blog, I just want to do my part to alert people who love the Constitution and America as founded as to what is going on. So if you search it out somewhere else, that's ok too. Here are some entry points:

The Establishment: Naming Names and Tracing Their Roots
The Subversion Process
Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution
Wall Street and FDR

So here is the interview, chock full of real information - I highly recommend it.

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

I Am Not a Hippie!!!

Listen to a Vet tell his story :

h/t Daily Paul
The bottom line: a specific mission, win the war, and come home to the USA!

Zak's long story is found here at Combat Veterans for Ron Paul. The best part is the last part:

Why are we the worlds policeman when our own country is being openly violated? Why are we borrowing money hand over fist from nations not exactly our friends, just to spend it on our out of control foreign policy? I am starting to feel like the powers that be do not have America’s interests in mind at all. It’s starting to feel like our ruin is their objective. From our factories closing and moving overseas, to the plunging value of our dollar, America is crumbling. Yet I love her far to much to watch her fall apart.
This is why I am taking my personal revolution and joining for forces with Dr. Ron Paul’s revolution. His “bring all the troops home” non-intervention foreign policy and plans to put America first again are just what we need at this time in our history. I don’t expect you to agree with everything he says, but I do hope we can all put our differences aside and join him in seeing that ALL the troops come home, the Republic is restored and America saved. Thank you and God Bless.

Monday, February 27, 2012

Crybaby Rick Couldn't Handle Iran

That's what I get from the whining about how bad he sucked at that debate the other day. Instead of owning up to his "Team Big R" record, he then attacks the two who exposed his record. You're not running for student council, Rick, but for POTUS, meaning your past will come up. Instead of accurately dealing with your record in a way that a very, very cynical public would believe, you decide to cook up some conspiracy theory about the Goldman Sachs Fed Cartel candidate working with the pro-gold, pro-Constitution candidate. Your evidence? They attacked you  at the debate, and not each other. Here's a tip, Rick: when you're polling at #1, you're going to be the target of the other contenders. If you're playing ball and are holding the ball, you're going to be the target, understand? Ron and Mitt have the biggest war chests, are the only candidates on the VA ballot, and both have a 50 state strategy. Do you realize how pathetic you look like saying stuff like this:

You have to ask Congressman Paul and Governor Romney what they’ve got going together,’ Santorum told reporters in the spin room in Mesa, Arizona. ‘Their commercials look a lot alike and so do their attacks.’ h/t The Blaze
When you're number one the enemies attack, isn't that what you're always telling us with your American Exceptionalism act? How can you handle the Mullahs, when you can't handle a four man debate? Oh, I know, those strong military men will protect you, that is if they still give a crap about the oligarchy (yes, I'm talking about you, you bankster tool) after playing Praetrorian Guard all these years.
Awww. Ron Paul hurt poser Ricky's feewings!

And By the way, know how long I personally have been pro -life? Since I learned where babies came from. But not Rick Santorum, no sir. He decided he was prolife just as he was about to run for Congress. I would have thought it would have been when he held his first child for the first time, or saw the first sonogram, that's what does it for most people, but for Rick Santorum, it takes the political calculation of running for US Congress. What a character, huh?

Philadelphia Magazine, Dec. 1995

Listen to Doug handle this better than I can:


"Ron Paul would throw the Ring of Power into Mount Doom."
"If 22 years of lobbyists, women, and ego temptations in Congress didn't corrupt Ron Paul, you actually think that Mitt Romney can corrupt him?"

So Rick, I know it made you feel tough when you talked behind your comfy little desk in the foreign relations committee, but you can't handle the heat from your time on Globalist-Bankster-Team-RINO. Your're just making a fool of yourself. True, true, great swaths of the American people are fools, so you think its a perfect fit don't you, you little buttwipe? Well, the tireless minority out here knows who you work for, and we'll never, ever let you forget it.

Friday, February 24, 2012

Rumors of War: The Mexican-American War

Because there was no internet in 1846, we're going to be looking today at the Mexican War in a more critical light. No Fess Parker and Bowie knives here, but some facts are presented that were markedly absent from you Establishment schoolbooks. This is from a column written by Richard Sanders via Lew Rockwell. I will backlink, embellish, and attempt to make connections as we review history, which is always in the process of repeating..

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Santorum's K Street Baggage

Nicely done vid by 147 Degrees, who would appear to be a big Newt supporter, but anyway credit where credit is due.

Isn't this just what we're studying on this little blog? Government and industry working together to shut down competition and turn the whole thing into a command economy. I've been tellin' ya Rick was a bankster boy!

Homeland Official Clueless about Underwear Bomber

I saw this little nugget at infowars, I think. But it is really comedic for those of us in the know regarding the Underwear Bomber Theater that occurred, what, three years ago now? You've got this Homeland Security offiical on C-Span taking calls. About six callers call in and ask him about what Kurt Haskell and other witnessess saw that day regarding the official agent, from whose agency we know not, shoving old Umar on that plane without a visa. Poor McCarter says he's never heard anything about it. Then this one guy calls in and says that he's disabled, implying he doesn't get out much, and he'd heard about. Then, towards the end, this one dude calls in and brings up the Undersecretary of State Patrick Kennedy testified in a Congressional hearing that Umar was allowed to get on that plane as apart of a larger operation that he couldn't talk about. Again, Micky McCarter is clueless. My old Congressman, Jimmy Duncan said on the floor that former Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff stood to make a pretty penny off these scanners. That's one thing in this interview I found interesting is that Micky McCarter admitted that there was a plan all along to use these body scanners under Bush. I guess they were just waiting for the right crisis. Read about how the money was made and the whole deal on my piece at the Classic Liberal, The Skivvy on Naked Body Scanners.

I guess I get a kick out of it because with each sip of his coffee cup, you can see his mind go "oh crap"!

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Santorum right on Satan, 100 Years Too Late

Yes, Satan has attacked America, but it was via the "love of money is the root of all evil." The Lord Jesus said that, which is why when you "follow the money" you find the money changers.

The money changers have succeeded in turning our commodity based currency into monopoly money. Satan can't play on a level playing field, he has to fix it in order to win. I'm of course talking about the Federal Reserve Act that has most of your conservative "talk radio" listeners whistling past the graveyard. Yes, it's important, they acknowledge, but let's get back to the talking points our conservative media gives us. Yes, the Fed is like a huge black hole sucking our freedom away, let's ignore that and watch the moon base of shallow conservative platitudes being built. That sounds like an awesome idea. Fingers in ears, lalalala.

Oh, and by the way, these guys who set up the Fed and ran their own little cartels in their various economic sectors also laid the groundwork for the modern liberal movement. They financed professorships at all the big universities, and eventually the smaller ones to have liberal, anti-American founding professors indoctrinating people. It became a perpetual liberal-creating machine. The goal: convert America from a free-market economy to a command economy where the population is manipulated by them. Externally, these cartel money changing types use the power of the America fiat dollar to finance the subjugation of the world's resources. Pretty sweet little package the devil's got going there, too bad it won't last him more than seven years.

There's just one adult in this race who gives it to ya straight. He's diagnosed the problem, and he's got a prescription, but seems like some people don't want to take their medicine. They would rather be lied to over and over. I would just like to say right here how much of a Christian witness Ron Paul has been to me during this campaign. The class and grace he's shown those who have been downright rude is really breaking through to a lot of nonbelievers, of which we have plenty in the r3volution.

So yes, Santorum, Satan is the father of lies. I've got to wonder though, did you ever question where all the K Street money was coming from? Do you wonder where we're going to get all this money to fight these endless wars and rumors of war that you conveniently have never served in? It's from the fiat monopoly money of the Fed are these things temporarily possible. I'm just a housewife and I've got that figured out. You were a US Senator with a staffed office and you were never the least bit curious about how we got to this point. Seriously, I'm supposed to buy this dung? (an apostle Paul approved excrement term)

Value of US Dollar since 1913
Thank you moneychangers!

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Libertarian Laughter

From the Dollar Vigilante, which has some pretty cool stuff if you have time.

Ain't it the truth!
I've been called a doper, an anarchist, etc. since pulling for my man Paul. Truth is, I've never drunk a beer or smoked a cigarette in my life. I think that a nation's laws should be grounded in God's law. I think that our troops are precious and should not be put in harm's way unless it is necessary for the defense of America as defined by the center of the North American continent, rich with natural resources. I think that if American troops are deployed, they should have finite objectives so the general public can follow along to ensure that those objectives are being met and our representatives can be held to account. I know, I'm just INSANE that way....

By the way, yesterday, I came across this little gem in Isaiah 29, right after the potter and the clay bit:

And the needy of mankind will rejoice in the Holy One of Israel. 20 For the ruthless will come to an end and the scorner will be finished, Indeed all who are intent on doing evil will be cut off; 21 Who cause a person to be indicted by a word, And ensnare him who adjudicates at the gate, And defraud the one in the right with meaningless arguments.

This NASB version uses the word adjudicates, which paints a picture to me of these lobbyist goons who write up regulation on the fly to shut down some area of our economy to ensnare the average person who just wants to do their thing. And defraud with meaningless arguments. I love it! That's what 90% of what the newscycle consists of: the reporting of meaningless arguments. The Devil will do anything to keep people destracted while he builds his technocratically run society full of restrictions and regulations. Enjoy it while it lasts, Scratch, for Isaiah has a little prophecy about your doom:

12 How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!
 13For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north:
 14I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High.
 15Yet thou shalt be brought down to hell, to the sides of the pit.
 16They that see thee shall narrowly look upon thee, and consider thee, saying, Is this the man that made the earth to tremble, that did shake kingdoms;
 17That made the world as a wilderness, and destroyed the cities thereof; that opened not the house of his prisoners? 

I know the title of this post is Libertarian Laughter, gee whiz, how did I get here? Well thinking on the Lucifer hanging out in sides of the pit makes me laugh -

Monday, February 20, 2012

The Bonus Army

Listen to the Octogenerian explain the history of the Bonus Army, World War I veterans who were promised a bonus by the USG. Often, the USG lies and short-shrifts. The Bonus Army was the original veteran march on Washington. Of course they called them commies and other names. That's what being a patriot gets you these last 100 years, generally it gets you called nuts. That piece of paper called the Constitution is all in you head, etc.

I can't wait until we get to this period in the presidency of FDR in my book-blogging series, Wall Street and FDR, to see if and how the Bonus Army incident was mentioned..

Update: Be sure to check out the veteran protest today at this link Because when the foreign policy get sooo crazy, somebody's gotta say somthin'!!

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Ben Swann: Homeschooled Super-Star

This guy is really amazing: same age as me with as many kids as me: five. He's a journalist, no really, a real, true blue journalist that investigates stuff. Broadcasting from Fox 19 in Cincinnatti, this guy is single-handedly doing what the multi-billion dollar media refuses to do - get to the bottom of the controversies.

Stories he's broke:
He finished high school at 11, got his bachelor's from Brigham Young at 14, got his master's in history at 16. What have you accomplished lately? Making me feel kind of negligent over here. Apparently, BYU has a great correspondence college program, which is why his mother selected that school. Looks like I need to get some tips from that lady, huh?

Here's just a sample:

Friday, February 17, 2012

The Tholian Web of Regulation

Another apt metaphor would be death by a thousand cuts over 100 years, but to add to the Star Trek analogy game I'm playing with myself, I present to you the Tholian Web of Regs.

It all starts so innocently. You don't want to eat maggoty meat do you? Why nooo, it is good that a non-partisan organization like the US Department of Agriculture is checking for maggoty meat. Thank you USDA! What's that across the sky?

Talk Radio Smack-down Hilarity

This is the funniest dang thing I've heard in a long time. I'm going to have to sit down and write down some of these one-liners. They're real zingers.

The story is in the video: long story short, the Clear Channel Toledo affiliate decided not to renew Mark Levin when his contract expired. He didn't take that too well, and well, emailed while hot under the collar, prompting a response by the radio director of the Toledo affiliate, Brian Wilson, personal friend to all the big names in the liberty movement and buddy can he write a smack-down email.

Just so those of you who are following the soap opera known as reality on planet Earth know, Mark Levin is funded by heir to the Mellon fortune, Richard Scaife, who bankrolled his Landmark Legal Foundation I would assume being the wealthiest guy on the board.  Mark Levin supports policing the world foreign policy I suspect because Richard Scaife is highly invested in defense contractors.

This is so classic:
'As an obscure philosopher once wrote "beware the lollipop of mediocrity, lick it once, and you'll suck forever"... suck on mark, suck on, and I say that with all due respect.'

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Obama Nominates Morgan Man for FDIC Board

His name is Jeremiah Norton and if you don't know how JP Morgan figures into the history of 20th century America, you better get with it! And for the record, Norton was promoted by the Republicans in the Senate, having once worked for Congressman Edward Royce.  Just so you know, this big Elite stuff is totally above the parties and on this level, principles are thrown out the window. The only principle that remains is get big or get gone.

Check this out:

Art Thompson of the John Birch Society explains how the Non-Govermental Organizations (NGO)s and how they are actually apart of the UN. He also breaks down how the FDIC works to cripple anybody in the banking industry who dares to operate without permission of the banksters. He goes on to show you how the game is played to shut down entrepreneurs by the big boys.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Christian Marine Shot in Cold Blood

Marine Sgt. Manuel Loggins Jr.
Sgt. Manuel Loggins Jr.
You can read this sick story for yourself here in the LA Times. The whole family would go to the high school track early for what they called "prayer walks". His wife is pregnant and wasn't going, so it was just him and his two daughters ages 14 and 9. According to the article, Sgt. Loggins crashed through a gate at the high school at a high rate of speed and refused the policeman's orders to stop. Then he turns back around, without a weapon, mind you to his car. This threatens the officer who shoots him to death because he was concerned about the welfare of the children. Yeah, like seeing your father murdered in front of you is good for a kid's welfare. Something about this story stinks to high heaven. Look at the pic the Yukon in question in this article. Does it look like it's been through a gate at a high rate of speed? This video shows a front picture of the vehicle, and it looks flawless. Another article says that he was spotted by four officers who came to set up a perimeter? and had dialogue with the deputy who eventually shot him. This is made even more mysterious by the fact that Sgt. Loggins was the recipient of three good conduct medals, and was considered a model Marine who followed orders flawlessly. Somebody out there is trying to get their story straight for sure. This makes absolutely no sense, and the articles say that there are a lot of angry, angry Marines at Camp Pendleton as Sgt. Loggins was a real popular guy there with a winsome attitude.

Check out this wonderful little addendum written by Vox Day on the current score of police vs. people:
 607 vs. 71

Exit Question: Should parents have to carry around their kids' birth certificates to prove they are who they say they are? And if I pulled my kid's paperwork out of my purse, would the cop shoot me for thinking I was pulling a piece on him? 

I know God's wrath bucket just got another drop more full. One of these days, it won't hold anymore..

Santorum voted for Sonia Sotomayor

Haven't we learned by now what happens when we don't carefully examine a candidate's record? Erik Ericson at RedState, who would not jive with my particular views 100%, but has put together the fully back-linked accounting of Candidate Santorum's voting record while in the Senate. If you removed the name from the list, I would have thought this to be a liberal democrat's voting record. However, finding Santorum's campaign linked in with so many banksters and Elites, it doesn't really surprise me. He's like the Republican flavor of statism, the guy who'll hand you the convenient form to get your benefits from the new government program along with a slice of fresh apple pie. I hope you guys are smart enough not to take treats from Statists. If your mother didn't tell you not to trust a politician, then let the republican mother tell you - never, ever trust a politician without checking to see who's greasing his wheels.

I'm just going to give you a few of the eyebrow raising picks:

  • Voted for Sonia Sotomayor, Circuit Judge
Wasn't there a big hubub about what a liberal she was? Did she suddenly turn liberal in the last few years or did Ricky vote for a lib to be 2nd Circuit Federal Judge. Where do you people think Supreme Court Judges come from? They don't sprout out of the ground.

  • Voted to give $25 million in foreign aid to North Korea
I'm sure the poor North Koreans got a square meal! (Eye roll)
  • Voted to weaken alien terrorist deportation provisions.   If the Court determines that the evidence must be withheld for national security reasons, the Justice Department must still provide a summary of the evidence sufficient for the alien terrorist to mount a defense against deportation.
Tough on terrorism, eh? Well to be fair, most of the Senate went along with this. But to also be fair, the POTUS this time around doesn't need to "go along to get along" for all our sakes. But I get the feeling that Ricky votes like he's told...just like Barry does.

Monday, February 13, 2012

Wall Street and FDR: Chapter 8

Wall Street Buys The New Deal
B.M. [Bernard Baruch] played a more effective role. Headquarters just didn't have any money. Sometimes they couldn't even pay the radio bill for the candidate's speeches. They had practically nothing to carry on the campaign in the critical state of Maine. Every time a crisis came, B.M. either gave the necessary money, or went out and got it.
Hugh S. Johnson, The Blue Eagle from Egg to Earth (New York: Doubleday, Doran, 1935), p. 141. On FDR's campaign in 1932.
I know, the critical state of Maine?? What we glean from this quotation, however, is that our old pal Bernard Baruch was sitting behind the scenes pulling out his wad to keep the Roosevelt train rolling. To back up one election cycle to 1928, there was the Tammany Hall machine candidate, Alfred E. Smith vs. our already known-to-be-a-bankster-boy, Herbert Hoover. As you may recall, Hoover denounced the lasseiz-faire economy in favor of a regulated one, regulated by his friends the banksters, that is.

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Dem vs. Repub 1983 Ball Game - Starring Ron Paul

with some commentary by Barney Frank, I think. Bizarre and yet entertaining for this Sunday. From back in the days when people actually followed baseball, before the Strike and all that.

Some shaky video around 6 min.

h/t The Daily Paul - Your Source for all things Paul

What's hilarious is that the Republicans put Ron Paul way down in the lineup to begin with to the bemusement of the commentators. Even playing a game, the guy can't get a break.

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Postcards from the Edge

Copied from the Woodrow Wilson paper available online:

on board the
May 26.Dear Governor:
I believe I told you that Mr. Paul Warburg had been in conference with Senator Owen and Mr. Untermeyer. I inclose you his answer to their argument in favor of the issuance of currency by the Government. His reasons seem to me to be conclusive. Why venture along uncertain paths when a well known road can be used? For a moment before I left I thought, perhaps, a compromise might be considered, but I doubt whether it would be safe to conceed the least which they would be willing to accept. The situation is a difficult one and I am sorry that I am not near to lend what help I might.
Your very faithful,E. M. House

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

26 Things That Keep People From Going Paul

These are hilarious and smart, seeing how they come from the mind of the great Tom Woods:

(1) The American political establishment has done a super job keeping our country prosperous and our liberties protected, so I’m sure whatever candidate they push on me is probably a good one.

(2) Our country is basically bankrupt. Unfunded entitlement liabilities are in excess of twice world GDP. Therefore, it’s a good idea to vote for someone who offers no specific spending cuts of any kind.

(3) Vague promises to cut spending are good enough for me, even though they have always resulted in higher spending in the past.

(4) I prefer a candidate who plays to the crowd, instead of having the courage to tell his audience things they may not want to hear.

(5) I am deeply concerned about spending. Therefore, I would like to vote for someone who supported Medicare Part D, thereby adding $7 trillion to Medicare’s unfunded liabilities.

(6) I am opposed to bailouts. Therefore, I will vote for a candidate who supported TARP.

(7) The federal government is much too involved in education, where it has no constitutional role. Therefore, I will vote for a candidate who supported expanding the Department of Education and favored the No Child Left Behind Act.

(8) Even though practically everyone was caught by surprise in the 2008 financial crisis, which we are still reeling from, it’s a good idea not to vote for the one man in politics who predicted exactly what was bound to unfold, all the way back in 2001.

(9) I am not impressed by a candidate who inspires people, especially young ones, to read the great economists and political philosophers.

(10) I am concerned about taxes. Therefore, I will not vote for the one candidate who has never supported a tax increase.

(11) I believe it is conservative to support bringing the Enlightenment to Afghanistan.

(12) Even though I lost half my retirement portfolio when the economy crashed from the sugar high the Federal Reserve’s artificially low interest rates put it on, I would like to vote for someone who is not really interested in the Federal Reserve.

(13) Even though 50 years of the embargo on Cuba did nothing to undermine Fidel Castro, and in fact handed him a perfect excuse for all the failures of socialism, I favor continuing this policy.

(14) If someone has a drug problem, prison rape is the best solution I can think of.

(15) Even though the Constitution had to be amended to allow for alcohol prohibition, and even though I claim to care about the Constitution, I don’t mind that there’s no constitutional authorization for the war on drugs, and I will punish at the polls anyone who favors the constitutional solution of returning the issue to the states.

(16) I believe only a “liberal” would think it was inhumane to keep essential items out of Iraq in the 1990s, even though one of the first people to protest this policy was Pat Buchanan.

(17) The Brookings Institution says Newt Gingrich’s 1994 Contract with America was an insignificant nibbling around the edges. I favor people who support insignificant nibbling around the edges, as long as they occasionally trick me with a nice speech.

(18) I am deeply concerned about radical Islam, so it was a good idea to depose the secular Saddam Hussein — who was so despised by Islamists that Osama bin Laden himself offered to fight against him in the 1991 Persian Gulf War — and replace him with a Shiite regime friendly with Iran, while also bringing about a new Iraqi constitution that makes Islam the state religion and forbids any law that contradicts its teachings.

(19) Indefinite detention for U.S. citizens seems like nothing to be worried about, especially since our political class is so trustworthy that it could never abuse such a power.

(20) Following up on (19), I believe Thomas Jefferson was just being paranoid when he said, “In questions of power, then, let no more be heard of confidence in man, but bind him down from mischief by the chains of the Constitution.”

(21) Even though the war in Iraq was based on crude propaganda I would have laughed at if the Soviet Union had peddled it, and even though the result has been hundreds of thousands of dead Iraqis, four million people displaced, trillions of dollars down the drain, tens of thousands of serious injuries among American servicemen and an epidemic of suicide throughout the military, not to mention the ruination of America’s reputation in the world, I see no reason to be skeptical when the same people who peddled that fiasco urge me to support yet another war as my country is going bankrupt.

(22) I do not trust the media. But when the media tells me I am not to support Ron Paul, who says things he is not allowed to say, I will comply.

(23) I know the media will smear or marginalize anyone who would really fix this country. But when the media smears and marginalizes Ron Paul, I will draw no conclusion from this.

(24) I want to be spoken to like this: “My fellow Americans, you are the awesomest of the awesome, and the only reason anyone in the world might be unhappy with your government is because of your sheer awesomeness.”

(25) I think it’s a good idea to vote for Mitt Romney, whose top three donors are Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, and Morgan Stanley, and a bad idea to vote for Ron Paul, whose top three donors are the U.S. Army, the U.S. Navy, and the U.S. Air Force.

(26) I have not been exploited enough by the cozy relationship between large financial firms and the U.S. government, and I would like to see it continue.

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

The Gamesters of Triskelion: Earth Edition

Science Fiction fans, are you ready for a parallel universe post wherein I compare our current situation to the classic Star Trek episode, The Gamesters of Triskelion. I thought so!

Honest Mistakes from the MSM

This great vid was compiled by a fellow DPer and really puts the manipulation in focus for you with some humorous touches to make it go down easier. Remember that all of the Big Media in this country is owned by a cartel of six corporations, so stop assuming any autonomy of action on their part. Remember how I showed you that the Big Media is hugely interlocked with the Defense Contractors and the Bailout Banks? Gee, I wonder why they would want to put the kibosh on Dr. Paul? At the end of this video, RP acknowledges this fact in a statesman-like way.

If Ron Paul is unelectable, it's because if he were to get past the MSM cone of silence gauntlet, then they'll just Diebold his behind. That's no excuse to lay down, however. I say make them steal it.

Sunday, February 5, 2012

This is the Day

that the Lord has made.

How do you keep from getting down? Remind yourself that the Earth is the Lord's and all the fullness therein. Note that the Scroll mentioned in Revelation is the title deed for the Earth. Who is worthy to open the scroll? No one but Jesus.

Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also. I used to wish to travel the world, but have decided to wait. I'm going to let Jesus clean it up first, no TSA will exist, and travel will surely be more interesting. The Bible says the lions and lambs will exist together and the little child will play on a cocatrice den. Figurative language, literal, or maybe both. I plan on trying it out.

My goal in life now is maybe getting a corner office in New Jerusalem, or maybe reigning with him "out in the field".  I know one thing, this old world is rapidly heading toward the final conclusion, and you better make your "calling and election sure". Check out my "Are You Going to Heaven?" link in the upper left for some hard - core - no wishy washy pansy talk on making sure that your soul is securely sealed in the Spirit.

Saturday, February 4, 2012

Senator Brandegee Suicide or Cold Case?

The year is 1924 and The Evening Tribune of Rhode Island is reporting that Senator Brandegee of Connecticut has committed suicide by gas in his upstairs bathroom.

The suicide note read:

October 13, 1924

Dear George:

I enclose $100 dollars for you and $100 dollars for Emma and Rufus.

I am up in the bathroom on the top floor near 17th Street. The top floor. The one above the room I sleep on. 

If you or Lundy come up there beware of the gas.


Frank B. Brandegee

George was his chauffeur and Emma and Rufus his servants. The red portion of the note was written in red crayon, which is odd. I guess no one wanted to confuse George. According to the article, he went out riding around with his secretary W. Lundy the day before who said he appeared to be in a great mood. But that doesn't always mean anything in these cases. He was heard moving around upstairs later that day, but the next morning, they found that his bed had not been slept on, but contained the suicide note. He was discovered in the bathroom with his head on a folded up bath rug and holding the gas tube, which was still attached to the open valve. He as fully dressed. The doctors arrived on the scene at 10 am and said he appeared to be dead for about 5 or 6 hours. He didn't have any family, thank goodness.

Senator Frank Brandegee was a great ally of Henry Cabot Lodge as was a big, big opponent of the League of Nations. The official line of why this man would have killed himself was that he was having financial troubles. This could very well have been true, but it seems odd that the RNC Secretary Weeks would issue a statement saying:
"I exceedingly regret to learn that Senator Frank B Brandegee has committed suicide. I have been entirely familiar with his personal business affairs and I know that the reason for him taking this rash step is due to personal financial troubles resulting from investments in real estate."

A headline the Baltimore Sun said:
Claims Filed Against Estate Of Connecticut Senator Who Committed Suicide LIABILITIES ARE $150,000 Secretary Mellon And Several Colleagues In Upper House Among Creditors

Several more newspaper articles indicate he was borrowing a lot of money. My thoughts go immediately to blackmail. Secretary Mellon is Andrew Mellon, who is the great uncle of Richard Schaife, who is a big patron to Mark Levin's Landmark Legal Foundation and funds many things you are probably not aware of.

Anyhow, other newspaper clippings reported that a mysterious woman came forth as a witness and delivered a letter to Senator Coleman Blease of South Carolina, who handed it over to a Senate committee investigating the DC police for incompetence. The letter indicated that there was knowledge that Senator Brandegee had been murdered.  

I can't seem to find that subcommittee to see what happened, I'm guessing not much.

It would seem that Frank Brandegee gave a speech on William McKinley, who you might remember met with an untimely end also.

He was the son of Augustus Brandegee, who was a US Representative. Both father and son were Skull and Bones for those of you looking out for that kind of thing. 

Frank Brandegee was opposed to the Versailles Treaty (which many have claimed laid a clear path for World War 2), women's suffrage, prohibition, child labor laws, and the League of Nations. This garnered him enough enemies that elements of both parties joined forces to try to unseat him.  Pretty much everything the progressives were for, he was against. 

What, did you think I was going to solve a 90 year old mystery in a blog post at the end of a long day? I'm not superwoman, ya know.

Overload: It was bound to happen...

Combine infinite source of new-to-me information, ADD, and a mind that won't shut off and you've got a big case of overload.

So many posts percolating, so little time. I guess it's time to get out the spiral notebook and prioritize. This is what I'm thinking:

Star Trek analogy posts:

  • The Gamesters of Triskellion: Earth Edition
  • The Tholian Web of Regulation
  • Bearded Spock Universe - Upside Down and Inside out
  • The Cloud People - The Elites

Retro-blogging posts:

  • Posts mined from Wilson's eLibrary where the banksters use him like a cheap date
  • More suspicious deaths from the 1910-140 period
  • The Mark Levin - Richard Scaife connection
  • The seed money for the Heritage and other conservative organizations - (No one is above suspicion anymore. After all this time and we have got no where with turning things around, I suspect bankster co-option.)

Book-blogging posts:

  • Review of The Grand Chessboard
  • Review of Blackwater
  • Finishing FDR Series
  • Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler - (which is spooky as all get out)
Personality posts:
  • Meet Your Elites
  • Historical figures, influential yet lesser known types
Big Idea posts:
  • American Exceptionalism -What it Is and What it Ain't
  • Mass Manipulation - The Delphi Technique
  • Amateurs talk about strategy, experts talk about logistics - military nuts and bolts
  • Lucis Trust - United Nations - the Antichrist cometh
So anyway, you can see why I'm overloaded!

Friday, February 3, 2012

Ann Barnhardt Tells Willard to Go Home

This is most delicious.. Ann can tell someone off in such a righteous way. She puts so many men to shame. Love the Patton-esque background.

Thursday, February 2, 2012

The Reality of the Situation

I'm doing a little pitch hitting at Political Realities, given that LD is spending precious time with his mom.

Well, what to write about? I thought of the title of his blog, Political Realities and that got me to thinking, what is the political reality right now? I started blogging when the conventional conservative talking points no longer described the reality I was witnessing, so I set out to find some answers. This took me down a rabbit hole that hit bottom around the year 1900 and have been kind of retro-blogging the past so that I may get a firm handle of the mechanisms at work. This leads me to this fantastic and bone-chilling quote from everyone's favorite "behind the throne" personality, Edward M. "Col." House:

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