Daily Archives: May 6, 2010
Rally Info R.O.P.E. on Facebook Tagged: ballot measure, initiative, nea, no sq 744, oea, Oklahoma, Rally, Restore Oklahoma Public Education, ROPE, sq 744, state question Continue reading
Yesterday, as a kind of aside, we described Merkel as a socialist, and we got some pushback on the topic. We know it's hard to conceive of Merkel as a socialist because the mainstream Anglo-American media describes her as a "conservative." But like all those running the EU, she is indeed a socialist, in our view, someone who believes in the primacy of the state and state power.
We think the power elite is struggling. We write about this regularly. The Internet has proved a terrible challenge. And partially as a result, the elite's faux-monetary system is compromised; its promotions, generally, are weakening; and people around the world are waking up. In a recent media interview with Russia Today, the insightful, free-market analyst Gerald Celente said much the same thing. He said a revolution (hopefully a civil one) was brewing, and that these are still, in fact, early
Vote Moved to Tuesday, May 11, 2010 on Veto Override of HB 2569. Calls/visits needed to certain House members!
Action Alert courtesy of OK-SAFE; http://ok-safe.com Time for a cup off coffee with your Democrat Legislator… The OK House has agreed to vote to override Governor Brad Henry’s veto of HB 2569, the bill prohibiting RFID tags in the OK DL/ID cards. This vote was originally set for Wednesday, 5/5/10, but has now been moved to Tuesday, […] Continue reading
REPORTED BY G.W. SCHULZ The nation has committed billions of dollars to improving homeland security since 2001, including large sums awarded to states in preparedness grants. This map is part of an ongoing effort to document the continuing costs. See Map Click on each state to learn how authorities there have managed, or mismanaged, anti-terrorism […] Continue reading
From Downsize DC Once upon a time, in a country known as the land of the free and the home of the brave, these words were rarely heard: “May I see your papers please?” But, increasingly, the free and the brave became dependent and cowardly. They begged to wear chains. Many fought the trend, but […] Continue reading
Here we go again…
WASHINGTON—In a move that will stoke a battle over the future of the Internet, the federal government plans to propose regulating broadband lines under decades-old rules designed for traditional phone networks.
y Lori Fullbright, The News On 6 BIXBY, OK – New York City police were able to look back for clues at recordings made by 80 of its city surveillance cameras near the suspicious SUV after Saturday’s foiled bombing attempt in Times Square. The City of Tulsa has 140 cameras, but all of them are at intersections […] Continue reading