Daily Archives: May 11, 2010

Ron Paul to House May 11th – Creating Money and Giving it to Friends

Ron Paul speaks to the House about his concern regarding the currency crisis. He reviews the economic situation and the audit the fed bill briefly. He talks about the bailout of Greece and how money is created out of thin air and then transferred to banking ‘friends’. He is clearly concerned and continues to educate and inform and encourage an audit of the federal reserve system. Continue reading

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“Cop Book” memoirs reveals police spying at the RNC

By GW Shultz, reporter fro the Center for Investigative Reporting May 10, 2010 The autobiography of a former police officer in Minnesota discloses fresh details about the breadth of law enforcement spying on political protesters that took place leading up the 2008 Republican National Convention in St. Paul. The book has received only scant attention […] Continue reading

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The Charlie Brown Syndrome

America is no stranger to the ditches along with the fools who persist in driving us there; and the world of politics is an excellent arena to demonstrate this fact. For over four decades now from 1968 to 2010, the Republican Party hierarchy has been playing the role of Lucy to Charlie Brown conservatives. Every election year GOP politicians promise to millions of traditional conservatives among the party that if they will donate their money, time and votes to elect them, they as Republicans

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Biggest Scientific Boondoggle Yet

We are always shocked by NASA's profligacy and the way it goes about spending billions. It's not far behind the Pentagon in that regard. And we guess the European Space Agency shares similar characteristics. We suppose that this announcement is a way for NASA to reclaim some relevancy after cuts in its budget and various manned-space programs. But isn't all this Big Science getting a little out of hand. Here's some more from the article:

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German Backlash Strikes EU?

We do not know how this epic struggle will be resolved. But we do know that the EU's recent actions in supporting its Southern flank may now have jeopardized its Northern one as well. Perhaps all will be well, but we've never been especially bullish on this flawed version of Charlemagne's empire – not even after the trillion-dollar bailout announced yesterday. The "market euphoria" following those financial moves took about 24-hours to wear off. Now, we would venture, the EU, or at least the

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Veto Override Fails in House 5/11/10 – Politics ‘as usual’ in OK

The attempted override of Governor Brad Henry’s veto of HB 2569 failed today in the OK House.  HB 2569, a very popular bill by Rep. Paul Wesselhoft of the House and Sen. Dan Newberry of the Senate, prohibits “the imbedding, affixing, adhering, or assigning of a radio frequency identification tag (RFID) or RFID-type ink into or […] Continue reading

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