Saturday, March 12, 2011

Video: Meltdown

Bill Ayers Ghost-Wrote Barack Obama’s Memoir

In New Book Jack Cashill Proves that Bill Ayers Ghost-Wrote Barack Obama’s Memoir

March 12 2011
By John C. Drew, Ph.D.

Jack Cashill voices the pain of those of us who are doing the journalistic work we once thought was the sole responsibility of CBS’s 60 Minutes. In his newest book, he indicates it is not so easy to balance his efforts to save Western civilization with his concurrent responsibility of bagging leaves. In my case, I have sought to expose President Barack Obama’s intellectual roots as a revolutionary Marxist while addressing my nagging doubts about the necessity of rinsing dishes prior to loading in the dishwasher. If you understand that neither Cashill or me are kidding about our lives, then you will be thrilled by the tone and fresh insight in Deconstructing Obama: The Life, Loves, and Letters of America’s First Postmodern President.

As an eyewitness to young Obama’s Marxist ideology, I was excited to see Cashill busting up the myths surrounding Obama and replacing them with a more believable story that is a much better fit with accessible evidence. Cashill’s results are politically significant because Obama’s charisma is dependent on the images in his first book, Dreams from My Father. Cashill’s new insights about the real Obama should be particularly relevant to the sort of swing voters who tell survey researchers that they do not care for the President’s policies while still liking him as a person. After reading Cashill’s book, I suspect these swing voters will be disappointed by the titanic gap between Obama’s all-American myth and the cold facts of his real life.
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The "Prophets of Doom" Predictions

Are The Prophets Of Doom Right About Major War, $200 Oil, $2000 Gold And Dow 5000 By The End Of 2012?

The End of the American Dream
March 12, 2011

Are the "prophets of doom" right? Is a major war going to erupt in the Middle East? Is the price of oil going to $200 a barrel? Is the price of gold going to hit $2000 at some point over the next two years? Is the Dow going to drop to 5000 by the end of 2012? Right now there are some very respected financial experts that are making some absolutely stunning predictions. Charles Nenner, Gerald Celente and Lindsey Williams are all frequent guests on popular television and radio shows and they are all forecasting very difficult economic times over the next couple of years. So are they right?

Well, only time will tell. But it really is quite alarming that so many experts with such long track records are warning of economic disaster.

So what exactly are some of these "prophets of doom" predicting? Well, let's take a closer look at some of them.  Read More

Is the Ring Of Fire Coming To Life?

Was The Magnitude 8.9 Earthquake In Japan A Sign That The Ring Of Fire Is Coming To Life?

The End of the American Dream
March 12, 2011

Please pray for Japan. The footage of the devastation caused by the magnitude 8.9 earthquake in Japan is absolutely heartbreaking. It was the worst earthquake in the history of Japan, and it was one of the five largest earthquakes that has ever been recorded. The magnitude 8.9 earthquake unleashed a tsunami that was absolutely unprecedented in that part of the world. 30 foot walls of water swept as much as 6 miles inland. Cars and homes were pushed along by the rushing water as if they were toys for children. Since the initial quake, there has been over 100 aftershocks of magnitude 5.0 or greater. Hundreds of dead bodies have been discovered so far, and according to one report, 88,000 people are currently missing. There is no telling how high the death toll will eventually be. Large areas of land are now completely under water and 4.4 million households in northeastern Japan do not have electricity. So will we see more earthquakes like this? Are there other signs that the "Ring of Fire" is coming to life?  Read More 

The failure of Boehner to kill hidden ObamaCare funding

The Disgraceful Wimps and Putty Balls

Posted by The Right Scoop on Mar 11, 2011

Rush explains why the Republican leadership has been rejecting the push to kill the 105 billion that was hidden in ObamaCare for the sole purpose of funding it. The bottom line is that he believes that it’s not that they are power hungry uncaring hacks, but that the Republican leadership is too afraid of a government shutdown:

While Rush may be right on the reasoning behind their tepidness, the problem is that if this funding doesn’t get killed then ObamaCare will grow much larger roots into our health care system and will become much harder to rip out. Republicans should be balls to the wall, using every method at their disposal to keep ObamaCare from being funded.

It’s like Steve King has been saying, Republicans didn’t take an oath to Senate rules but to the Constitution. We all witnessed how the Democrats force ObamaCare on America and even though I respect the new leadership for wanting to set a higher standard, Democrats played dirty getting this passed and we will need to get a little dirty ripping it out of the ground. So forget about the rules for a moment and do what’s right for America.

Of course we have a voice in this too which is why Levin started his Levin Surge last night:

To Listen

Levin: Fighting soft tyranny that is trying to break our spirit

"We the people exist to fund the government"

"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

Obama's Hokus Pokus Exposed

Must Listen: Levin exposes Obama’s oil lies

"This is excellent. Levin did some research on Obama’s claims that the Gulf is producing at its highest level in seven years and found the source that Obama is using. Turns out that Obama’s people are counting physical drilling rigs that aren’t actually drilling, including ones that they stopped from drilling due to the moratorium. What a fraud!"

To Listen

Levin: Why is Boehner being a coward?

Levin explains that the last Congress is trying to control the spending habits of future Congresses through this hidden ObamaCare funding, and Boehner, despite already breaking a rule to stop other appropriations, refuses to break the same rule to stop this funding. Thus Levin asks why is Boehner being a coward.

He adds that any Representative that votes for this CR is voting to fund ObamaCare, and he’ll see to it that they have to answer for it in their districts. He also adds, ‘grow a pair’.

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"A democracy is nothing more than mob rule"...Thomas Jefferson

After the Revolution

"Growing up, we daily pledged allegiance “to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands,” not some democracy. As Walter Williams writes, Julia Ward Howe did not write the “Battle Hymn of the Democracy.”

Mach 11, 2100
By Patrick J. Buchanan

“Democracy … arises out of the notion that those who are equal in any respect are equal in all respects,” said Aristotle.

But if the Philosopher disliked the form of government that arose out of the fallacy of human equality, the Founding Fathers detested it.

“A democracy is nothing more than mob rule,” said Thomas Jefferson, “where 51 percent of the people may take away the rights of the other 49.” James Madison agreed, “Democracy is the most vile form of government.” Their Federalist rivals concurred.

“Democracy,” said John Adams, “never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts and murders itself. There is never a democracy that did not commit suicide.”

“You people, sir, is a great beast,” Alexander Hamilton is said to have remarked. If he did not, it was not far from his view.

Said John Winthrop, the Pilgrim father whose vision of a “city on a hall” so inspired Ronald Reagan, “A democracy is … accounted the meanest and worst form of government.”

But did not the fathers create modernity’s first democracy?

No. They created “a republic, if you can keep it,” as Ben Franklin said, when asked in Philadelphia what kind of government they had given us. A constitutional republic, to protect and defend God-given rights that antedated the establishment of that government.  Read More