Daily Archives: May 16, 2010

All Eyes on Kentucky this Week – A Message from Kelley Paul

May 16, 2010 — A message from Kelley Paul wife of U.S. Republican Senatorial candidate Dr. Rand Paul. Continue reading

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Military Madness Without End

The mess in Afghanistan has even Saudi Arabia concerned. In our humble opinion Afghanistan has been tortured enough after some 30 years of intermittent, cyclical war. And we wonder why the leaders of the Anglo-American axis continue to believe the blood-letting and expenditure of massive amounts of treasure is worthwhile.

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Just Goldman?

There is (just so we don't leave anyone in suspense) an Anglo-American elite with European roots, an intermingling of royal and industrial families and Venetian bankers probably tracing their antecedents back to Rome and beyond, perhaps eve… Continue reading

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What is good enough for Communist China is good enough for Oklahoma

May 16, 2010 by Kaye Beach Why was HB 2569, a good bill that would have protected Oklahoma residents from the risks and insecurities  of RFID technology being embedded in required identification documents such as state driver’s licenses and state ID cards vetoed? It appears as though the same industry lobbyists that are helping China […] Continue reading

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DC Lobbyists Letter to Gov. Henry urging him to Veto HB 2569

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