WNB June 17, 2013
The facade of stability?
Two analogies are often used to describe the actions of the Federal Reserve
in the United States as well as other central banks around the world: the
punch bowl, and the drug addict. Each is helpful in explaining the addictive
nature of easy money (or alcohol or drugs) and the inevitable withdrawal
that takes place when the stimulus is removed.
According to Austrian school business cycle theory these declines in markets are the inevitable consequences of an expanding money supply, sold as the answer to fighting a recession. Low interest rates, Keynesians believe, help to stimulate borrowing and investment which works to reverse the economic downtrend and get things moving again. There are numerous flaws in this theory, including not knowing just how much new money needs to be printed, or when to stop. The problem is simple: Central bankers don’t know the answer to either question and as a result are unprepared for the consequences, or even to recognize them while they are occurring.
- As one of the commenters wrote "Reality waits for its grand entrance."
If Bill Clinton deserved to be impeached (and he did), Barack Obama
certainly deserves to be impeached. And for that matter, G.W. Bush deserved
to be impeached. Any President who deliberately and willfully tries to strip
the American people of their Natural liberties by unleashing the spy
agencies of the federal government against them should be impeached. They
should also be tarred and feathered!
So, what is YOUR congressman or congresswoman doing? What is your senator doing? What are your State officials doing? What is YOUR pastor and church doing? What are YOU doing?
- As I wrote below impeaching will only lead to more book deals and speeches
with lifetime Secret Service protection. Only taking our country and
governments back so we can hold the treason trials and executions that we so
desperately need will begin to solve anything. The elites will continue to
snub their noses at us until their blood runs in the streets or their necks
Chain of command
As national sovereignty increasingly becomes a thing of the past for most
Europeans, the controversial European Union is taking the British government
to court in an effort to force taxpayers to supply more welfare for
immigrants in the United Kingdom. Analysts, however, say the move is likely
to backfire, with fuel essentially being poured on the fire as escalating
anti-EU fervor sweeps across Britain ahead of a promised public vote on
After two years of “discussions” between London and the emerging Brussels-based super-state resulted in an impasse, so-called “eurocrats” still claim that British authorities are improperly denying welfare benefits to some immigrants. “Tens of thousands of EU nationals living legally in the U.K. have been refused access to benefits to which they are entitled,” alleged EU spokesman Jonathan Todd, citing “official figures” showing that British authorities had denied welfare to almost 30,000 immigrants between 2009 and 2001.
- One wonders if they're headed toward their own not so 'civil war?'
The Post notes that the principal — Jennifer L. Young, according to Dowell
Elementary’s website — told the boy’s mother that things would have been
even worse had the toy gun been loaded with caps. In that case, the school
would have regarded the plaything as an explosive and called the police.
The original suspension handed down May 29 was for 10 days. After a disciplinary conference and the intervention of local attorney Robin Ficker, the suspension was reduced to three days.
- Of course they can't just spank the kid for doing a silly thing and be
done with it. The "Liberal"(commie) trash who run the schools have to
enforce their false mindless pacifism on young minds.
So when will Cruz and Paul and others introduce legislation to repeal the
gun laws, all of them, shut down the BATF Nazi scum and try them for treason
and execute them for enforcing laws that don't belong in a free
country??????? It's time to stop playing political games.
Escobar admitted that she conspired with brokers, including Jalil, to obtain
cash from customers in return for providing them with renewed digital
driver’s licenses. The customers did not have the required identification to
obtain a license because they were in the country illegally, authorities
Customers paid $2,500 to $7,000 for a license or license renewal, and the MVC clerks and brokers split the proceeds.
- Still cheaper and easier than gaining 'citizenship' I suppose. We may all
be needing fake I.D.s in the near future. After all, fences work both ways.
So what of those of either party who intend to hold on to our American
identities against Obama? I suggest that we press those members of Congress
who individually represent us to join Republican Sen. Rand Paul’s
introduction of the “Fourth Amendment Restoration Act of 2013,” which,
according to his Senate website, “ensures the constitutional protections of
the Fourth Amendment are not violated by any government entity.”
No matter, I would add, who the president is.
“The bill,” says Paul, “restores our constitutional rights and declares that the Fourth Amendment shall not be construed to allow any agency of the United States government to search the phone records of Americans without a warrant based on probable cause” (www.paul.senate.gov).
Safety of the officers comes first
If the guy assaulted her in the past why is he not in jail or even still
alive? The first priority of any LEO is to go home at night and to breathe
long enough to collect his retirement. Your safety is way beyond secondary,
somewhere after 'revenue enhancement.'
Zuckerberg added that no agency has "direct access" to Facebook's servers.
But that doesn't necessarily close the book on PRISM, the secret NSA program
that allegedly allows the NSA to wiretap the communications of Internet
companies' foreign users.
As we reported on Saturday, PRISM may well work like a data-ingestion API. Saying that Facebook doesn't "proactively" give user data away doesn't rule that out at all.
- I've been blocked from FB twice. They want a picture I.D. or cell phone
no. to reactivate. Funny how an email address is plenty fine for any other
Congress clamped down on the Department of Homeland Security’s ammunition
buy but when Rep. Jeff Duncan, who represents South Carolina’s Third
Congressional District, visited a federal law enforcement facility last
month, he encountered the IRS agents training on the gun range with the
rifles. These are the same firearms that gun prohibitionists refer to as
“assault weapons,” which they claim only belong on a battlefield.
Duncan chairs the House Homeland Security oversight subcommittee, according to the Politico article. He understands that the IRS has an enforcement division, but he wonders why the IRS can’t rely on other law enforcement agencies for serious firepower if a situation calls for it.
Make sure you go buy one...
...cause the Nazis don't want you to have it.
All questions and answers presumed that an officially initiated and run "law
enforcement" operation that has resulted in untold numbers of people dying
and an untold number of people still at risk should be treated as a
personnel matter. That's something this column warned against in 2011,
decrying the utter lack of civil or criminal repercussions in a case where
sanctioned export violations have remained unquestioned and where at least
one Justice Department official has already relied on Fifth Amendment
protections against self-incrimination.
For reasons presently left unsaid, the prospect of criminal prosecutions appears to encompass territory that no Republican has so far dared to even mention, let alone lead a serious scouting expedition into. It would seem fair for interested citizens to ask why not, if the GOP leadership is discouraging that, and if so, why.
Hints that the Holy See contained a network of gay clergy surfaced last year
in reports about a series of embarrassing leaks to Italian journalists.
The "Vatileaks" scandal factored in Pope Emeritus Benedict XIV's shocking decision to resign earlier this year, according to some church experts, as it impressed upon the 86-year-old pontiff that the modern papacy requires a vigorous and watchful presence.
Francis' enigmatic comments came during a meeting Sunday with CLAR, the Latin American and Caribbean Confederation of Religious Men and Women, who head Catholic communities of priests, sisters and monks.
- Big surprise there. Uh huh.
Part of the conspiracy?
Some respond positively to Jones' style, some don't. The braindead don't
care how 'nice' you are because they'll jump through hoops to maintain their
willful ignorance so they don't have to take on any personal responsibility
for what happens in the world around them. I didn't like Jones years ago
until I saw some of his documentaries which are very well done without his
'ranting' style commonly seen on his radio show and YouTube vids.
Off-duty cops in two counties in Alabama spent the weekend collecting saliva
and blood samples from drivers at roadblocks.
According to Lt. Freddie Turrentine with the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Department, drivers were asked to voluntarily offer samples of their saliva and blood for a study being conducted by the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation.
The drivers were compensated for their samples.
- Setting the precedent, conditioning the mindless brain-dead sheeple.
In a paper published on June 5, John Howell at the University of Rochester
in New York and Benjamin Howell show how to make simple cloaks that hide
huge objects over the entire optical spectrum, albeit with a significant
compromise. One of their devices is big enough to cloak a person.
Their approach is head-slappingly simple. Instead of using complex metamaterials to steer light, the Howells do the same job with conventional lenses and mirrors.
If we are working on this kind of tech in our still dark world one wonders
what the 'watchers' are capable of.
Battle to the finish
Global warming? These entities, or the knowledge of them will be used for
political gain as always.
“I’m a gun owner -- but” is a typical divide-and-conquer tack used by “gun control” proponents to advance their agenda and to sway low information and/or just plain selfish “sport shooters” into going along with whatever infringement du jour is being presented as “common sense.” We saw this tactic employed with MoveOn.org’s “proud defender of the Second Amendment” and we saw it again with Bloomberg’s “Average Joe” gun owner. We saw it used by "reasonable" gun owner Mark Kelly. And we can expect to see it used again and again, especially by anti-gun politicians doing photo ops with shotguns.
- Won't stop until we stop apologizing to our domestic blood enemies and
start treating them with the disdain and disrespect they deserve.
The petition states: “Therefore, we the undersigned urge Congress to immediately undertake a full and impartial investigation into the many blatantly unconstitutional actions of Barack Obama. For members of Congress, each of whom has also sworn a solemn oath to uphold the Constitution, to allow a president to routinely flout the Supreme Law of the land without being held accountable is equally repugnant to a free country and a free press.”
- Good luck with that. They impeached klinton, now it's making mega bucks on
speeches and book deals. Nothing will change until we do what will be
Turn key tyranny
"Just another guy," with a six figure income.
On March 8, Sgt. James Joseph Hoagland of the Liberty County Sheriff’s
Office arrested Parrish during a traffic stop after finding a .25 automatic
pistol in Parrish’s pocket and a holstered revolver in the front seat,
according to court records. Parrish was then taken to the county jail.
Finch arrived at the jail with Parrish’s brother and spoke to Parrish, after which Finch took the arrest file and told correctional officers Parrish would be released with no charges, according to investigators. Finch also ordered both the pistol and revolver be returned to Parrish.
- Sounds like the sheriff did something that's not really in his 'power' to
do no matter how much we might like it. He needs to tell his employees that
they aren't to enforce these evil laws in the first place.
Evergreen State Open Carry activists are today promising a warm welcome for
anti-gun Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s upcoming gun control bus tour if it
visits the Pacific Northwest, according to messages posted over the past
several hours on the Open Carry/Washington forum.
The billionaire anti-gun New York mayor is busy today using his bottomless bucket of bucks to bully a New Hampshire senator for voting against his background check scheme, the Manchester Union Leader reported. He is spending $400,000 on a ten-day advertising campaign against New Hampshire Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte because she voted against the background check bill in the Senate; a measure the mayor wanted.
- All this euphemistic speech annoys me after a while. A true 'warm welcome'
would provide the trash what it truly deserves. But too many don't have to
courage to say what needs to be said nor do what will be required.
The cornerstone of our Republic
In a free country there's no such thing as a group whose motives cannot be questioned.
No matter what happens, we must fight for the Bill of Rights. That's what they want so desperately to destroy.
How much longer?
Speaking to reporters ,the South Carolina senator asked rhetorically, “Who
is a journalist is a question we need to ask ourselves?” the Free Times out
of Columbia reported.
“Is any blogger out there saying anything — do they deserve First Amendment protection? These are the issues of our times.”
In general terms, any U.S. citizen is granted freedom of speech under the Bill of Rights. The First Amendment does also say, as Graham is alluding, that Congress shall make no law abridging freedom of the press. It is this provision that has Graham wondering if it extends to bloggers as he helps draft a new media shield law to protect members of the press after the federal government has come under fire for targeting the emails of Associated Press reporters and a Fox News reporter without warrants.
- Another piece of shit that deserves only a treason trial and speedy execution.
The modern 'printing press' is a computer, smart phone, anything that can be used to share information. The First Amendment doesn't say anything about a 'press pass.'
Here's Graham's contact page. This is what I told it:
Hey asshole, the First Amendment doesn't say anything about a 'press pass.'
The 'press' is now any device capable of sharing information and millions of us posses them and you don't like that do you freak?
I would be 'nice' if I thought being nice worked. For many of them the only 'nice' they'll understand is a speedy treason trial and execution.
We need to focus on taking our country and governments back so we can figure
out who to hang.
Targeting newswhores or patriots?
Here's the link to this piece of shit's contact information. It only allows subjects of commienoise to send it messages via its Senate contact page. Call it at every number and tell it this:
"The First Amendment doesn't mention a press pass! The 'press' is now any device capable of sharing information and millions of us posses them and you don't like that do you freak?"
Don't be nice to it.
It doesn't deserve it.
But government snoops did not stop with reporters. The regime has set its
sights on bloggers and the alternative media.
Several top Congressional Democrats have stated in recent weeks that bloggers do not have the same rights and protections as "authorized journalists." And when U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., was asked about the matter, he stated that he was "not sure" that bloggers have the same rights as authorized journalists.
- Absolutely incredible, but not really. These creatures are evil. It's not
unlikely that the newswhores were targeted so our lowlife commie 'lawmakers'
could target everyone else by creating a class of 'official journalists,'
always approved by the state. It's time to get over your denial and get
ready to do what will be required.
Should the U.S. refuse to take part in this international gun registry,
other nations could be required to ban the export of firearms to the United
States. This would drive many foreign firearms manufacturers out of business
and significantly increase the cost of perfectly legal firearms. The
fundamental right to self-defense would become unaffordable for many
law-abiding civilians around the world.
Signing this treaty would be a clear indication that President Obama wants to resurrect his failed attempt to implement backdoor gun registration. It would also show his clear contempt for American supremacy and sovereignty.
- How much longer until we do what will be required?
Masters of world domination
The Texas Legislature adjourned its regular session on Memorial Day after passing fifteen pro-Second Amendment measures, and was immediately called back into special session by Governor Rick Perry to address the drawing of district lines in which federal and state lawmakers will run for re-election next year. The Governor can add issue items to the agenda (known as "the call") as the special session progresses. It is important that you contact his office and urge him to place the following unfinished pro-Second Amendment business on the call.
- Ah, if Texas just wasn't so flat, or hurricane prone, or desert like.
How much longer until the illegals change their legislature?
Seattle Gun Rights Examiner Dave Workman reported yesterday that the Illinois legislature's bipartisan passage Friday, by overwhelming margins, of a concealed carry bill, is a "good first step." That's a good term for it, because gun rights activists cannot consider the bill as passed (depending, of course, on rabidly anti-gun Governor Quinn's actions), to be anything close to an acceptable final destination for armed self-defense laws in Illinois.
As the Illinois State Rifle Association (ISRA) explains, to secure passage of the bill in a legislature dominated by Chicago-area gun-hating Democrats, a great many serious concessions had to be made, despite the seemingly decisive gun rights trump card of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruling requiring some kind of legal defensive firearm carry by June 9. In fact, the bill is so densely freighted with arcane legalese mandating the hoops one must go through to exercise the Constitutionally guaranteed, fundamental human right of the individual to keep and bear arms, that ISRA's lawyers will need a while to sort out the implications.
- We have such
a very long way to go.
One insanity versus another. We still exist in a very dark age.
Firearms rights advocates have argued for years that “zero tolerance” is an
excuse for zero common sense. What about youngsters who return to school
after a weekend of hunting with their parents or grandparents? What about
kids who get a new rifle for Christmas or a birthday, or learn to shoot at
summer camp? Do they automatically draw a suspension that remains on their
academic records for life, perhaps even affecting their ability to get into
a college or university?
This might be a concern that draws ridicule now, but far too many people have learned that something they did years ago suddenly now disqualifies them from owning a firearm. It was a major concern for then-16-year-old Demari DeReu, a student at Columbia Falls High School in Montana back in November 2010. This column covered her dilemma. She had hunted over the Thanksgiving weekend with her family, inadvertently left her unloaded, cased rifle in the trunk of her car and then reported that to school authorities when her memory kicked in.
The deadly tornado that plowed through an area near Oklahoma City last week
was even larger and more powerful than previously estimated — a record 2.6
miles wide with winds that reached nearly 300 mph, just shy of the strongest
winds ever measured.
The National Weather Service on Tuesday announced that the twister that hit El Reno was a top-of-the-scale EF5 twister — the second to strike the area in less than two weeks.
Rarely have I seen a teenager or a pre-teen pick up a tablet on a plane and
read a book. More often than not, the ones with the Kindles are college
So indeed, today's children are more "advanced", if we agree they are the first generation to embrace the Version 1.0 David Gelernter "Lifestream", which I believe is quickly turning our society into one dominated by attention-deficient nitwits.
I'm certainly not suggesting that we take smartphones and tablets away from our kids. If anything, the smartphone has given the modern parent a better communications and location mechanism than any generation of parents have had before, giving them increased peace of mind.
But we have to remember that smartphones and tablets and other forms of digital interaction are no replacement for real human interaction, as well as traditional forms of learning.
- My posted comments:
If I could afford to travel somewhere, I wouldn't want to just sit on my
ass and eat.
I agree largely with what you're saying but I'm 50, was half raised by Kaptain Kangaroo, but in the country on a farm and I did other things, but not as much as I should have, by a long shot.
There may be more ADD or whatever now. But my great aunt told me about her two sons the other day, about 10 years older than me, and how one of them would sit quietly on the couch when told but the other had to watched.
Societal norms have changed with technology, partly because of it. TV showed us a world outside the hills, and still does. People here in the stix where I exist have smart phones but a limited understanding I think of the world they are in even though it is now at their fingertips.
It's the effort the individual makes that makes the difference. Most are herd animals and will only graze and breed and make more 'consumers' and 'human resources.'
Evolution by stealth
If AJ was whining about the '1%' that newswhore would be kissing his feet.
It can't be real, since Wikipedia has
list of attendees and the Bilderberg group has its own
You know--I'm not sure that helps much. For one thing, one must wonder about
his sincerity. How much of this sudden "change of heart" was actually a
tactical retreat, motivated by pressure--perhaps professional pressure? His
sudden emphasis of the fact that he was not speaking for Marshall University
lends some credence to the idea that the university had expressed some
displeasure to him about the embarrassment he must be causing.
The last sentence, though, is still more troubling--he apologizes to the "decent NRA members," but not to "the fringe [he] was targeting." That would seem to indicate he is not backing down from calling for the execution of that "fringe." So who would that be? The more than 86,000 who attended the NRA convention in Houston, and enthusiastically cheered the speakers Swindell found so abhorrent? Or maybe "merely" the subset of that number who unanimously voted in favor of Jeff Knox's resolution against any more gun regulation (the bought and paid for anti-gun "journalists" of Media Matters call them "fringe," anyway).
- Imagine that, a little commie that values its paycheck more than its
Opponents of Colorado Senate President John Morse on Monday turned in more
than 16,000 signatures demanding the Democratic leader’s recall. That’s more
than twice the number required to trigger a special election that’s expected
to be fought behind the scenes by national interests on both sides of the
gun control debate.
Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler has 15 days to certify that at least 7,178 of the signatures are valid for the recall election to proceed.
- Need to bring the troops home and activate the Militia and arrest the
Colorado legislators and hold treason trials and executions.
Watch their other vids on this. Big doin's.
Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said that the country wants the
ass-kicking American actor to head up an international marketing campaign
for the Degtarev arms plant.
Rogozin accompanied Seagal on a trip to Russia on Tuesday. Putin hopes to make Russia the world’s foremost arms market.
- Does this mean the Russian govt. is going to recognize its subjects' most
basic right? Probably not.
Matthew Taylor, owner of Taylor’s Printing Shop in Newport, recently
displayed in his shop window a custom made shirt stating “Obey our laws,
respect our beliefs or get out of our country.” Somehow, the message is in
violation of British law and is punishable by arrest, fine and/or
That fact wasn’t lost on Gwent County law enforcement when they ordered Taylor to remove the offending shirt or face arrest under the Orwellian sounding Public Order Act.
- One more time, the English failed to begin killing their "Liberal"(commie)
trash when told to surrender their weapons, so now they fully deserve what
ever is done to them.
In a free country there's no such thing as a group whose motives cannot be
We had just been through a hard fight to stop gun bans and registration. And
some of you may have even felt the immigration amnesty was not a “gun”
But if the amnesty bill is passed, within 20 years, Washington could be as anti-gun as Albany, Hartford, and Sacramento.
This is because the bill will create at least 11,500,000 new citizens -- but probably closer to 20,000,000 -- and, if history is any guide, they will vote 71% of the time for far Left Democrats like Barack Obama.
- Click on the link, send the message to your elected public servants. It's
time to bring the troops home and retake the East Coast and southern
Getting DNA swabs from criminals is common. All 50 states and the federal
government take cheek swabs from convicted criminals to check against
federal and state databanks, with the court's blessing. The fight at the
Supreme Court was over whether that DNA collection could come before
conviction and without a judge issuing a warrant.
According to court documents, the FBI's Combined DNA Index System or CODIS - a coordinated system of federal, state and local databases of DNA profiles - already contains more than 10 million criminal profiles and 1.1 million profiles of those arrested.
- How long until they say 'DNA evidence' isn't trustworthy?
World War III?
Last week, 130 members of Congress signed a letter to Obama and Kerry urging
them to reject the measure for this and other reasons.
"As your review of the treaty continues, we strongly encourage your administration to recognize its textual, inherent and procedural flaws, to uphold our country's constitutional protections of civilian firearms ownership, and to defend the sovereignty of the United States, and thus to decide not to sign this treaty," the lawmakers wrote.
- No surprises here.
“I came here to deliver a warning to all law enforcement officers that
they are unthinkingly delegitimizing themselves,” Vanderboegh continued,
reminding them of their oath to the Constitution and citing increasingly
paramilitary nature of departments, federalization and “vertical
integration,” and telling the audience of cases where law enforcement
considers them “as greater enemies than the jihadis.
“If you read police magazines these days, you’ll find much about police tactical teams adopting a ‘warrior ethos,’” Vanderboegh observed. “Well that begs the question: With whom are they at war?
- The actual speech:
What the rally was about:
All this because some brain dead piece of shit doesn't deserve to live in this country because it doesn't know what our rights are and doesn't respect our Liberty and is so stupid it gets scared just because it sees a weapon.
The website on the sign in the first vid:
Events, alerts, actions and groups you should be involved with:
- July 4 Open Carry march on Washington - Which has apparently now been canceled and moved to every state capital?
legislator email addresses
You fight as you train
Candidates worth voting for:
Raisin' 'em right
Commie/NWO site of the week: Agenda Project
Commie of the week: Claire McCaskill
Patriot site of the week: Camp4u
Word(or phrase) for the times: mercantilism
Quote for the times:
"Many people, especially ignorant people, want to punish
you for speaking the truth, for being correct, for being you. Never
apologize for being correct or for being years ahead of your time. If you're
right and you know it, speak your mind. Even if you are a minority of one,
the truth is still the truth" -
"Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should
not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all
experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while
evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms
to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and
usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to
reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their
duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their
future security." -
The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America,
Adopted by Congress on July 4, 1776
(To the Founders, 'state' meant independent sovereign nation state,
that was voluntarily entering into the union and could theoretically un-volunteer later.)
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It's time to bring back the old
saying: "Better dead than red."
Only we need to apply it to Amerika's reds.