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.