Thursday, March 10, 2011

Levin: Soft Tyranny and Stopping ObamaCare

Levin: We are fighting a soft tyranny that is trying to break our spirit

Posted by The Right Scoop on Mar 10, 2011 in Politics

Levin describes with great accuracy what we are up against right now as we fight to save our country:

"We are now up against a force that is demanding that we the people voluntarily enslave ourselves to more taxes, to more government, and to more debt. And this force is trying to break our will. It is trying to break our spirit. It is trying to establish in any way it can a permanent rearrangement of society."

To Listen

Mark Levin interviews Michele Bachmann and Steve King on killing ObamaCare funding

Rand Paul leaves the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency, Kathleen Hogan, speechless.

Obama Calling Tea Party Racist Reveals A Far More Disturbing Reality

"President Obama is slandering millions of decent hard working Americans who simply disagree with his progressive/socialist agenda."

American Thinker
March 10, 2011
By Lloyd Marcus

Please consider the validity of what I am about to say rather than having a knee jerk reaction dismissing it as being "over the top." Folks, we have an irresponsible egocentric evil man occupying the Oval Office.

The Democrats and the liberal mainstream media sold the American people on Obama, "the man." Despite Obama's zero experience at running anything, they said a leader with his spirit and heart was "what we have been waiting for".

Fearful of criticizing our first black president, politicians politely say, "President Obama's policies have been unfruitful," while ignoring the huge elephant in America's living room.

The elephant of which I speak and America's major problem is "Obama, the man"; socialist, divisive and evil.

My dad says a snake can stay under water a very long time just like a fish. But eventually, it must come up for air. Why? Because, it is not a fish. It is a snake. Obama continues to come up for air revealing his true self.  Read More

US farmers fear the return of the Dust Bowl

America's breadbasket aquifer running dry; massive agriculture collapse inevitable

March 10, 2011
By Mike Adams

It's the largest underground freshwater supply in the world, stretching from South Dakota all the way to Texas. It's underneath most of Nebraska's farmlands, and it provides crucial water resources for farming in Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma and even New Mexico. It's called the Ogallala Aquifer, and it is being pumped dry.

See the map of this aquifer here:

Without the Ogallala Aquifer, America's heartland food production collapses. No water means no irrigation for the corn, wheat, alfalfa and other crops grown across these states to feed people and animals. And each year, the Ogallala Aquifer drops another few inches as it is literally being sucked dry by the tens of thousands of agricultural wells that tap into it across the heartland of America.

This problem with all this is that the Ogallala Aquifer isn't being recharged in any significant way from rainfall or rivers. This is so-called "fossil water" because once you use it, it's gone. And it's disappearing now faster than ever.

In some regions along the aquifer, the water level has dropped so far that it has effectively disappeared -- places like Happy, Texas, where a once-booming agricultural town has collapsed to a population of just 595. All the wells drilled there in the 1950's tapped into the Ogallala Aquifer and seemed to provide abundant water at the time. But today the wells have all run dry.  Read More