Sunday, January 29, 2012

Troops expose Ron Paul

January 29, 2011

A warning to America from the future

"No-o-o, go back! Don't come down this road!"

January 29, 2012
By Steve McCann
American Thinker

In Europe, there has been over the past two years a seismic shift in the opinion of the American president, who was once thought of as an agent for "hope and change" (something many in Europe could not explain either). I have often written about the opinion many in Europe have of Barack Obama.

Yesterday one of my favorite columnists, Janet Daley, who writes for The Telegraph in Great Britain, penned an outstanding article clearly calling out Barack Obama for who he is and what he is doing. The title of the piece: "Barack Obama is Trying to Make The US a More Socialist State."

From the column:

Listening to the President's State of the Union message last week was like a surreal visit to our own recent past: there were almost word for word all those interminable Gordon Brown Budgets that preached "fairness" while listing endless ways in which central government would intervene in every form of economic activity.
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Friday, January 27, 2012

TSA: Greatest Liars On Earth

January 27, 2011
Kurt Nimmo

In the following video, Alex Jones takes the TSA to task for its pathological lying about the danger of naked body porno scanners.

But as Jones notes, it is not simply the TSA that continually lies. The entire government is perpetually and habitually involved in all kinds of lies and fabrications – from George Bush’s deadly lie about WMDs in Iraq (that cost over a million Iraqis their lives) to countless sundry lies on all kinds of government activity (most recently the lies told to us about the government’s gun running operation to the banker drug cartels in Mexico).

In the video, Alex breaks down the lie told by government and its compliant corporate media propaganda tool about the outrageous and unconstitutional detainment of Kentucky Senator Rand Paul at the airport in Nashville.

The cops in Tennessee insisted Paul was “irate” about his illegal detainment, but a security video later released shows the Senator sitting calmly in a chair waiting for the TSA and the cops to let him travel. Of course, after insisting Paul was angry and uncooperative, the corporate media lie machine did not bother to pick up on the story published by The Tennessean. Read More

Georgia Ballot Challenge: Obama Walks On By

January 27, 2012
By Cindy Simpson and Alan P. Halbert
American Thinker

Two AT writers attended yesterday's hearing in Georgia over President Obama's eligibility for the presidential ballot. Cindy Simpson writes:

President Obama has a habit of turning his back and walking away from those with whom he disagrees, as recently discovered by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer. Professor John Lott, in an interview with Teri O'Brien, recalled similar experiences with Obama while at the University of Chicago.

Ms. O'Brien commented to Professor Lott: "Gods don't debate. They just issue decrees."

And apparently they also tend to place themselves above the law.

On January 26, I was in Atlanta to observe the hearings on the challenges to Obama's eligibility to appear on Georgia's 2012 ballot. In two previous American Thinker blog posts, "The Birthers Went Down to Georgia" and "Georgia on Obama's Mind," I described the content and history of the cases.

The courtroom was crowded to maximum capacity; however, the table for the defense was notably vacant. The defendant, Obama himself, was also not in attendance, even though the judge last week refused to quash the subpoena requesting his presence. Judge Michael Malihi, in his denial, stated:

...Defendant fails to provide any legal authority to support his motion to quash the subpoena to attend. Defendant's motion suggests that no President should be compelled to attend a Court hearing. This may be correct. But Defendant has failed to enlighten the Court with any legal authority...evidencing why his attendance is "unreasonable or oppressive, or that the testimony... [is] irrelevant, immaterial, or cumulative and unnecessary..."

Obama's attorney, Michael Jablonski, had warned of his absence in a defiant and last-minute move on the afternoon of January 25, via a letter he sent to Georgia's Secretary of State Brian Kemp. He requested that Kemp "bring an end to this baseless, costly and unproductive hearing by withdrawing the original hearing request as improvidently issued." Jablonski's letter concluded: "We await your taking the requested action, and as we do so, we will, of course, suspend further participation in these proceedings, including the hearing scheduled for January 26."  Read More

Bill Whittle: The Wealth Redistribution Pump

January 27, 2011
The Right Scoop

"Talk about a reality check. Bill Whittle breaks down where our tax money goes and exactly why we’re headed for collapse if we don’t fix it. And the ‘it’ I refer to , he says, is going to be very difficult to fix:"

Friends and family honor Ben Breedlove's life and message...Glenn Beck: This Is ‘One of the Most Powerful God Messages That I’ve Ever Seen’

January 27, 2011

USTIN -- Friends and family will honor the life of a Westlake High School student who died on Christmas.

Funeral services for Ben Breedlove are scheduled for Thursday at 3 p.m. at Gateway Church on McNeil in Northwest Austin.

The 18-year-old's message of faith and awareness of his illness lives on thanks to videos he posted on YouTube. The last video Breedlove posted before his death on Christmas Day has nearly one million views.

Breedlove suffered from a condition called hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. It causes a thickening of the heart, making it harder to pump blood.

Breedlove raised awareness about his condition through his YouTube videos. Now several people have posted tribute videos to Breedlove on YouTube remembering his life.

Friends hope Breedlove's message continues to live on.

"He just wanted to spread the word that even though he had this hardship he could still get through it," said Breedlove's friend Eden Young.

A Facebook tribute page and fund-raising site have been made in Breedlove's honor.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Chemtrails In Hawaii: Investigating Chemtrails And Geoengineering

January 25, 2011

The Intel Hub
Shepard Ambellas
May 16, 2011

Investigating Chemtrails Geoegngineering

Maui has had the driest weather in recorded history over the last few years. This dryness is likely linked to Geoengineering activities based on the governmental operations of the USGCRP which The Intel Hub reported on in early 2011.

Chemtrails, weather modification, and geoengineering are no longer a conspiracy theory. In fact these activities have been approved by the President and congress alike as pointed out in the article “Secret Presidential Chemtrail Budget Uncovered, Congress Exceeds Billions To Spray Populace Like Roaches”.

Elevated levels of barium, aluminum, and strontium have been found in the local rain water threatening the health of plant, animal, and human life.

This year the rain did not come in the first two months of the year as usual, it came later in the season according to local organic farmers (signifying changing patterns).

Some plants have even experienced what is known as “sudden death” possibly due to the high alkaline content of the soil as a result of geoengineering aerosol spraying. Some soil samples indicate a 20 to 50 times increase in the alkaline consistency.

Ron Paul Responds to Obama’s SOTU

January 25, 2011

From the Ron Paul 2012 website:

“Tonight, President Obama once again showed that he does not represent the fundamental change this country needs. Instead of offering solutions to the problems our country faces, the President was intent on delivering a campaign speech, further dealing in the typical Washington political gamesmanship that has gotten us exactly nowhere close to improving the lives of the American people. Read More

Obama Asks For More Power

January 25, 2011

The executive branch also needs to change. Too often, it’s inefficient, outdated and remote. That’s why I’ve asked this Congress to grant me the authority to consolidate the federal bureaucracy so that our Government is leaner, quicker, and more responsive to the needs of the American people.

You can watch it below starting at 50:36:

Mitch Daniels Response To The State Of The Union Address

January 25, 2011

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

A Generation Losing Hope: The Shattering of the American Dream

It is time that we demand that our nation re-establish its moral compass.  It is essential that we reward hard work and end the mentality of an "entitled society."
January 24, 2011
By Frank Ryan
The American Thinker

Before our very eyes, a generation of Americans is losing faith in the American dream and adopting attitudes and behaviors that emphasize living for the day, not planning to take care of their own futures. They clearly see the problems ahead and draw rational conclusions.

Most of our problems have been caused by government. The unintended consequences of poorly thought out legislation or legislation designed merely to garner votes for re-election is wreaking havoc on economic opportunity for our country.

For one, the regulatory burden by our government on economic growth is well-known. The regulatory impact of the Dodd-Frank bill, the Affordable Care Act, No Child Left Behind, and the EPA all influence costs but, concurrently, adversely affect productivity and our competitiveness in world markets. Read More

Friday, January 20, 2012

Allen West: We are at a modern day Chamberlin/Churchill moment with Iran

January 20, 2011
The Right Scoop

"I know this interview runs 23 minutes, but it’s worth watching in totality. Allen West is one of the greatest thinkers we have in Congress when it comes to dealing with foreign policy problems like Iran and the greater Middle East.

With regard to Iran, he believes we at a modern day Chamberlin/Churchill moment with Iran and are nearing the point where diplomacy will reach its end and we must be forthright about the use of ‘kinetic solutions’.

He also talked about Obama’s relationship with Israel and how that has affected their standing in the world to act unilaterally. The first thing he brought up was the moment where both Obama and Sarkozy were caught off-mic trashing Israel, and his point was that it wasn’t just heard in America and France, but also in countries that hate Israel like Iran, Lebanon, Gaza, and Egypt and that causes him concern.

He also made the point that while Obama has certainly visited Turkey and Egypt, as President he has never visited Israel which he believes is certainly revealing about Obama’s disdain for Israel.

And there’s more. Here’s the full clip:"

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Now We Know Who Was Right about Obama

We now see the lazy student, the charmer in the White House, busy at what he likes best: golf, basketball, vacations, parties, speeches, and raising money. He has not been the policy wonk Democrats dreamed of, President Clinton redux. Obama doesn't do hard work.


January 19, 2012
By Karin McQuilla
American Thinker

Now we know. After three years in office and the launching of his second election campaign, we have experienced President Obama's leadership. We can see whom we elected president -- the mystery man of 2008 revealed.

Democrats were in ecstasy over the great healer, the multiracial candidate who would bring together red states and blue states, black and white, coasts and flyover country. Republicans saw the man with the most leftist, least bipartisan voting record in Congress being installed in the White House. We now know who was right.

Democrat professionals Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen this July pleaded with Obama in a Wall Street Journal column, "Our Divisive President," not to run for a second term. They describe his leadership as toxically divisive to our country. According to Gallup, Obama's approval gap after one year was the most polarized in history, with an average approval of 88% among his own party and 23% among Republicans.

Obama's disdain and hostility to opponents has been quite visible. He dissed the Supreme Court to their faces, dismissed Congressman Ryan's efforts to work together on the deficit with a "you lost, we won" crack, and told Republicans to shut up and go to the back of the bus. He rammed through the biggest changes to health care in history by chicanery, to avoid having to make compromises with Republicans through the normal conference process. He ignored the recommendations of his own bipartisan commission on controlling debt and deficit. His favorite activity (next to golf) is class warfare. Obama is indeed the great divider, and the country shows it.

What else do we know? To the surprise of many, we now know that Obama does not pay attention to the black community -- he doesn't visit them, talk to them, encourage them, propose policies to benefit them. He hasn't helped this suffering community, and when he does go to speechify, this is what he says:

Take off your bedroom slippers. Put on your marching shoes. Stop complainin'. Stop grumblin'. Stop cryin'. We are going to press on. We have work to do.

What work is Obama referring to -- jobs for the black community? No, the work is the re-election work he feels blacks owe him! Read More

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Mark Levin full interview on Hannity

January 18, 2011
The Right Scoop

Mark Levin had his big interview on Hannity last night to discuss his new book, Ameritopia, along with the GOP debate and presidential race.

To Watch

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

The Transformational Tyrant

"Barack Obama's addiction to power hurts not only the nation and its future as a constitutional republic, but each and every one of us."


January 16, 2011
By William L. Gensert

No man is born a murderer, or evil or cruel. In America, no man is born a king or a tyrant. Just as a man must learn to be a killer, men must teach themselves to be tyrants. Barack Obama has learned how to be a tyrant.

The proclivity was always there, along with the arrogance and narcissism. When you are better than everyone else, it is a small step to wish to reign over them as well. Yet, few expected a University of Chicago lecturer on constitutional law to decide the Constitution did not apply to him, only to mere mortals like us. After all, when speaking of George Bush in 2007, he said, "I was a constitutional law professor, which means unlike the current president I actually respect the Constitution.

"I refuse to take 'no' for an answer," said Barack Obama in defense of his usurpation of our Constitution, which established three coequal branches of government, sharing power, designed to impede the machinations of a transformational tyrant refusing to take "no" for an answer, or a power-drunk Congress, or an out of control judiciary.

The checks and balances codified in our Constitution are the foundation of the balance of power intrinsic to our system of government. It is an exercise in divided authority -- adversarial, confrontational and restricted.

The Constitution is meant to curtail the extremes of unbridled authority. It protects liberty by throttling the wet dreams of would be tyrants.

A constitutional law professor should know this, but Barack Obama was a Senior Lecturer, not a professor on the track to tenure. Apparently, he had no desire for the rigorous imperative of publish or perish. He had bigger plans. Why write about the Constitution, when as a tyrant, he could rewrite the Constitution?

Tyranny is so much easier; tyrants control everything and don't have to take "no" for an answer. Read More

Decentralization Is The Only Plausible Economic Solution Left

"By limiting choice, we limit ingenuity and imagination. By narrowing focus, we lose sight of the much bigger picture. This is the very purpose of the feudal framework; to erase individual and sovereign strength, stifle all new or honorable philosophies, and ensure the masses remain completely reliant on the establishment for their survival, forever tied to the rotting umbilical cord of a parasitic parent government."

January 17, 2011
By Brandon Smith

When I first began the process of launching the Alternative Market Project, the idea and scope were rooted in analytical papers I had written years before on aspects of centralization versus decentralization, and globalization versus localization. Back then, I saw these conflicting economic systems as mutually generative. That is to say, the further we as a society are pushed towards collectivist or feudalist economic structures, the more we naturally or unconsciously gravitate towards independent and open markets. The problem today is that independent markets have been artificially and quite deliberately removed from the public view. As I have said in the past, centralization is a powerful tool for elitists, because it allows them to remove all choice from a system until the only options left to the people are those that the establishment desires. Though we deeply long for free and vibrant trade unhindered by corporate oligarchy, we are told that such a thing does not exist, and that we must make due with the corrupt ramshackle economy we have been given. I say, this is simply not so…

The great lie that drives the fiat global financial locomotive forward is the assumption that there is no other way of doing things. Many in America believe that the U.S. dollar (a paper time-bomb ready to explode) is the only currency we have at our disposal. Many believe that the corporate trickle down dynamic is the only practical method for creating jobs. Numerous others have adopted the notion that global interdependency is a natural extension of “progress”, and that anyone who dares to contradict this fallacy is an “isolationist” or “extremist”. Much of our culture has been conditioned to support and defend centralization as necessary and inevitable primarily because they have never lived under any other system. Globalism has not made the world smaller; it has made our minds smaller.

By limiting choice, we limit ingenuity and imagination. By narrowing focus, we lose sight of the much bigger picture. This is the very purpose of the feudal framework; to erase individual and sovereign strength, stifle all new or honorable philosophies, and ensure the masses remain completely reliant on the establishment for their survival, forever tied to the rotting umbilical cord of a parasitic parent government. Read More

Monday, January 16, 2012

Mark Levin interview in studio with Cavuto

January 16, 2011
The Right Scoop

Mark Levin actually went in studio today to talk with Cavuto about his new book, Ameritopia, as well as talk about the GOP race for president and the state of our country.

It’s a great interview: To Watch

Wikipedia to shut down for 24 hours Wednesday in protest of SOPA

January 16, 2011
The Right Scoop

In protest of SOPA, Wikipedia along with other internet giants Reddit, WordPress and Mozilla will participate in a 24 hour “web blackout” this Wednesday. CBS News Reports:

Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales has decided to join a protest of SOPA by shutting down his site on Wednesday.
Calling it a “decision of the Wikipedia community,” Wales said he plans to join other Web sites in ceasing operations to protest the Stop Online Piracy Act, a controversial antipiracy bill being debated in Congress.

Last week, the news site Reddit announced it would shut down for 12 hours on Wednesday to express its displeasure with SOPA and Protect IP, its Senate sister. Other sites, including the Cheezburger Network, home to massively popular Internet meme sites like I Can Has Cheezburger, have also said they will join the Web blackout.

The bills are heavily supported by a wide group of copyright owners, including the big record companies and Hollywood film studios. Copyright owners charge that online piracy has damaged their businesses and costs workers their jobs. However, Web companies and human rights groups have asserted that if the bills became law, they would rob the Web of free speech and damage the health of the Internet.
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Saturday, January 14, 2012

The Green Thing...How Wasteful the Older Generation Was

The Green Thing...How Wasteful the Older Generation Was

Checking out at the store, the young cashier suggested to the older woman, that she should bring her own grocery bags because plastic bags weren’t good for the environment.

The woman apologized and explained, “We didn’t have this green thing back in my earlier days.”

The clerk responded, “That’s our problem today. Your generation did not care enough to save our environment for future generations.”

She was right — our generation didn’t have the green thing in its day.

Back then, we returned milk bottles, soda bottles and beer bottles to the store. The store sent them back to the plant to be washed and sterilized and refilled, so it could use the same bottles over and over. So they really were recycled. But we didn’t have the green thing back in our day.

We walked up stairs, because we didn’t have an escalator in every store and office building. We walked to the grocery store and didn’t climb into a 300-horsepower machine every time we had to go two blocks. But she was right. We didn’t have the green thing in our day.

Back then, we washed the baby’s diapers because we didn’t have the throw-away kind. We dried clothes on a line, not in an energy gobbling machine burning up 220 volts — wind and solar power really did dry our clothes back in our early days. Kids got hand-me-down clothes from their brothers or sisters, not always brand-new clothing. But that young lady is right; we didn’t have the green thing back in our day.

Back then, we had one TV, or radio, in the house — not a TV in every room. And the TV had a small screen the size of a handkerchief (remember them?), not a screen the size of the state of Montana. In the kitchen, we blended and stirred by hand because we didn’t have electric machines to do everything for us. When we packaged a fragile item to send in the mail, we used wadded up old newspapers to cushion it, not Styrofoam or plastic bubble wrap. Back then, we didn’t fire up an engine and burn gasoline just to cut the lawn. We used a push mower that ran on human power. We exercised by working so we didn’t need to go to a health club to run on treadmills that operate on electricity. But she’s right; we didn’t have the green thing back then.

We drank from a fountain when we were thirsty instead of using a cup or a plastic bottle every time we had a drink of water. We refilled writing pens with ink instead of buying a new pen, and we replaced the razor blades in a razor instead of throwing away the whole razor just because the blade got dull. But we didn’t have the green thing back then.

Back then, people took the streetcar or a bus and kids rode their bikes to school or walked instead of turning their moms into a 24-hour taxi service. We had one electrical outlet in a room, not an entire bank of sockets to power a dozen appliances. And we didn’t need a computerized gadget to receive a signal beamed from satellites 2,000 miles out in space in order to find the nearest pizza joint.

But isn’t it sad the current generation laments how wasteful we old folks were just because we didn’t have the green thing back then?

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Five practical ways to raise your consciousness in 2012 (and beyond)

January 10, 2012
By Mike Adams
Natural News

(NaturalNews) Last week, I declared 2012 the "Year of Consciousness" for NaturalNews ( and pointed out that the ultimate solution to ending tyranny, wars, corporate deception and environmental destruction is to upgrade our consciousness rather than "killing our enemies." This announcement was greatly appreciated by NaturalNews readers, who for the most part have a very positive outlook on 2012 and beyond.

But there was something missing from the announcement: How do we achieve higher consciousness?

And I don't mean burning a roomful of candles, chanting mantras for seven years and mastering the art of transcendental meditation (which takes a lifetime or more). That's not practical for most people in the real world today. What we need is a practical way to upgrade our consciousness right now, here in 2012, in our own living rooms.

That's what this article is about: Five practical ways to raise your level of consciousness starting right now. (I'm also publishing a follow-up article listing things to avoid that crush your consciousness.) For this article, by the way, "raising your consciousness" means expanding your awareness of reality, expanding your connection with other human beings and living systems, and deepening your sense of free will, liberty and being the master of your own destiny through applied decisions and actions. It is not just a "sense of self" but also a heightened sense of how your actions impact the world around you.

Here are the five steps:

#1 - Spend more time in direct contact with nature
Want to boost your conscious awareness? Turn off the TV, ditch the X-Box, and go hiking in a state park somewhere. Go trail running. Plant a garden. Or just take your dog for a walk!

Spending time in nature heightens your senses, opens your heart and expands your sense of connection with who you are and the miracle of creation. So make an effort to spend more time in nature, and if you can manage it, move to a farm or ranch where you can actually live in nature.

#2 - Eat more high-vibration living foods and superfoods
Raising your consciousness means raising your nutritional standards, too. You're never going to attain a high level of self awareness if your brain is running on junk food, chemical preservatives and artificial colors. Those are things, in fact, that destroy awareness and cognitive function.

The highest-vibration foods you can get for awareness expansion are wild-crafted foods you go out and find yourself (in a forest, a field, etc.). The second highest foods are those you grow yourself, usually in a home garden or a sprouting machine.

After years of studying and teaching nutrition, the pattern is obvious: People who live on low-vibration foods (junk foods, fast foods and processed foods) have diminished consciousness and impaired cognitive function. They tend to have narrow, selfish minds and are incapable of assessing information from a wide perspective. They live on microwaveable dinners, they drink diet soda, and they vote for whatever political candidate the media tells them to. They are, in essence, "zombies" who operate more as brainwashed consumers than conscious human beings.

The junk food poisoning of our modern world is one of the most astonishing un-reported stories of our generation. I plan to cover it more here on NaturalNews, by the way, to reveal the links between the junk food supply and the downfall of complex civilization. For now, focus your effort on increasing your consumption of high-vibration foods, meaning living foods, sprouted foods, wild-crafted foods and home-grown foods.

#3 - Clean your clutter to clear your mind
Is your house a jumble of clutter? Do you have so much junk stacked up everywhere that you only have a narrow pathway through it all from your bedroom to your kitchen? The more clutter you have in your home or office, the more cluttered your mind tends to be. Eliminating that clutter is key to finding some peace in your own home.

I've struggled with this, by the way. The situation becomes even more complex when you practice preparedness food storage like I do. As the boxes, cans and other gear stacks up, it's not easy to get it all put away in an organized manner. The thing I've found that works best is a heavy-duty steel shelving unit (purchased at a local hardware store) combined with high-quality storage bins like these made by Akro-Mills:

I use Post-It tape ( and a permanent marker to write labels on these bins. The tape is sticky enough to stay put, but easy to pull off if you ever want to change the label. My bins are labeled with titles like: Flashlights, Batteries, Compass & Navigation, First Aid and so on.

#4 - Observe your decisions as if you were your own life coach
Instead of just making decisions and taking actions from your own first-person point of view -- I want a cookie, I feel happy, I feel angry, I need a job -- zoom out and take the greater perspective of being your own life coach.

In other words, view your actions and decisions as if you were your own consultant. If you have a particular outcome you would like to achieve in life, ask your inner consultant how that might be reasonably achieved.

For example, if you want to lose 50 pounds of body weight, improve your skin and experience a better sex life, your consultant might give you a reasonable course of action involving dietary strategies, daily exercise, and a reduction of stress. But when you view your life from your own (first-person) eyes, it's tempting to say, "I want to eat a pizza," or "I don't feel like exercising." That's why letting your consultant have a say in your life is a wise strategy.

In terms of consciousness, the mere act of invoking your inner consultant is, all by itself, a meta-level advancement in your perspective (and therefore, consciousness). To be able to observe your own actions from the perspective of an outside consultant is a necessary step to grokking the world through the eyes and hearts of other living creatures. It is the gateway to empathy, in other words, and empathy is the gateway to lasting peace.

War can only be waged from the perspective of "I" that lacks the greater awareness of connectedness among all living things. "I shoot you" is the mantra of modern warfare, and yet all by itself, the statement is illogical from a higher perspective because "you" and "I" are bound together in non-material ways that transcend our material bodies. Read more in my article on consciousness:

#5 - Increase your commitment to spiritual practice
No matter what your particular spiritual practices, deepening your commitment to spiritual awakening will automatically raise your level of consciousness. Whether you go to an organized church or simply practice your own personal form of spirituality, enhancing your commitment to that practice will reap rewards beyond the material.

Don't ever let anyone tell you that you have to go to church to be considered spiritual, by the way. If God is everywhere, then he's also in your living room. A church may be beneficial in many ways, but it does not have a monopoly on connecting with the spiritual realm.

For some people, a "spiritual practice" may consist solely of meditation or even taking a vow of silence. The point of such exercises is to turn your attention inward, to better know your inner self as a step toward connecting with your "higher self" (or spirit or soul or even God), which is both divine and non-material. Regardless of the particular terminology or spiritual practices you prefer, deepening them will have a profound impact on your level of consciousness awareness in day-to-day living.

Remember, we are more than material beings. And there is much more out there than the crude matter into which we typically find ourselves entwined. If you are not spending some time each week exploring the bigger questions of consciousness, philosophy, life and the after-life, then you are missing out on the most important part of having a conscious mind in the first place.

In summary
Got all that? Here are the five practical steps again:

#1) Spend more time in nature.
#2) Consume more high-vibration foods.
#3) Clean your clutter.
#4) View your life as if you were your own life coach.
#5) Deepen your commitment to spiritual practice (even if it's just a few minutes a week).

These five steps are simple but powerful, and they will dramatically alter (and improve) your experience of life. Coming up next here on, I'm working on an article about five things that destroy consciousness -- things to avoid, in other words, as you work to enhance your conscious awareness. Watch for that article in a few days.

Saturday, January 7, 2012

The Left's Heart of Darkness


January 7, 2012

By Bruce Walker
American Thinker

On January 2, Alan Colmes on Fox News mocked presidential hopeful Rick Santorum and Santorum's wife for bringing their critically ill newborn son, Gabriel, into the world and then bringing him home. Gabriel died 16 years ago, and Karen Santorum wrote a heartrending book, Letters to Gabriel, which describes how the couple dealt with the grief of his death. Mother Teresa wrote the foreword for the book.

Although Colmes has quickly retreated from his remarks, his crudeness shows how the left really thinks. When Sarah Palin brings Trig, a child with Down Syndrome, into the world, and he is cherished and loved, the left spins its head -- why not just waste the kid before he was born? This mockery did not end with the 2008 campaign: Family Guy in 2010 made fun of Trig, and in April, another leftist goon mocked the young child on his third birthday. The left's heart of darkness is so dreadful that appalling bile seems normal to its minions until normal, moral people object.

Less noticed in the Fox News interview is Colmes's statement that Santorum is crazy also because he thinks that consensual sex between unmarried people is wrong. What offends Colmes and the left seems to be adherence to the traditional moral values of Christianity, Judaism, Islam, and most of the world's historic metaphysical value systems. Santorum has not said that fornication is as great a sin as adultery, but he believes that sex should be confined within a marriage.
Does the left grasp just how much human misery it has caused by promoting the chic fashion of promiscuity? Do its disciples not grasp the horrors of the sexual revolution -- the millions of abortions, huge subsets of America's babies born out of wedlock, a huge rise in sexually transmitted diseases, and the general collapse of the nuclear family? Read More

Federal Protective Service

January 7, 2011
By Michael J. Bruning

Although they claim to have been around for 40 years, I have never heard of this “paramilitary” quasi-law enforcement” organization, the Federal Protective Service, until I saw a recent article that describes the agency performing some kind of training raid around a Social Security office in rural America.

The claim is that they provide security and protective services for over 9,000 federally owned or leased properties with a FPS force of some 900 personnel and over 15,000 “contracted” rent a cops, along with several thousand other staffers for a sum total of 20,000 career and quasi career federal employees. It is indeed ironic as to just how many “federal law enforcement” personnel exists – outside of the normal parameters of law enforcement. We all know the FBI, Secret Service, VA Police, Postal Agents, DEA, U.S. Marshal Service, Capital Police, TSA Agents, Border Patrol, ICE and a host of others, but this revelation that there is such a thing as the Federal Protective Service begs the question as to just how many American citizens owe their allegiance to the political decisions of the day, rather than to the American people? In addition to all of these “civilian” law enforcement personnel, remember that we also have a veritable list of American citizens who serve in the military and whose job it is to enforce federal law in their capacity as military police, etc. Such an over-lapping of law enforcement duties can not be ignored, nor can the fact that we entered upon this slippery slope with the Patriot Acts I and II and more recently, the unconstitutional Bill of Rights destroyer, the National Defense Act of 2011/2012. Indeed, we should be very worried about our future as American citizens and more importantly, the continuation of our freedom and liberty as a people and as a Republic.

I find all of the activity by the past half-dozen presidents, a worthless and corrupt congress and a blatantly lame and sadistic judiciary to be the blame for what we see and have today. Likewise, and to a great extent, an uneducated, illiterate, ignorant and severely apathetic electorate need to take the blame for electing and re-electing these same jackals, time and time again.  Read More

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

25 predictions for 2012 - 2015 (plus five things that won't happen)


January 4, 2012
By Mike Adams

I've been posting predictions each year for the last three years, usually with a 3-year window. In 2010, I posted a list of 36 predictions for 2010 - 2012, many of which have already come true, including:

• U.S. debt to be downgraded (this happened in 2011, much to everyone's surprise). (

• Increasingly radicalized weather patterns: 2011 was a year of very radical weather (

• War on health freedom ramps up, targeting raw milk (the FDA targeted Rawesome Foods in 2011, making it the biggest raw milk raid in history) (

• New attempts made to destroy internet freedoms (SOPA act introduced in 2011, a total internet censorship law). (

These predictions were made nearly two years ago. Of course, many predictions on that list did not come true, and some may yet come true in 2012 (

In 2011, I wrote another round of predictions about 2011 - 2012 ( These include:

• New attacks on internet freedom (SOPA act happened in 2011)

• Rapid rises in food prices (now widely reported as happening throughout 2011)

• Acceleration of the economic downfall of America, along with possible debt downgrades (already happened).

• Within a generation, many of the people raised on GMOs and vaccines will discover they are giving birth to mutants or not able to have children at all. (Infertility is already on the rise, and more evidence of this will emerge in the years ahead...)

25 new predictions for 2012 - 2015
Carrying on with this new year tradition, here's a new round of predictions for 2012 and beyond. Before you read these, keep in mind that while these are primarily "negative" predictions, there will always be a positive backlash in terms of the awakening of the People who need to be shaken back to reality in order to do three things:
1) Realize what's coming.
2) Take precautions to get through it.
3) Play a constructive role in the rebuilding of society and the advancement of human civilization. Read More