18 September 2011
The notion that a man of principle could win a national election here in the USA is difficult to reconcile with election results of the last 50 years or more. But Ron Paul has been true to his principles and right in his predictions for 35 years. Maybe Americans are ready for liberty and integrity.
23 October 2009
“Delusions are states of refuge. The mind, unable to comprehendrealities or to deal with them, finds its ease in superstitions,beliefs and modes of irrational procedure. It is easierto believe than to think.” ―Garet Garrett
President Obama, like all our public servants, has sworn an oath to “preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.” To judge by his actions thus far, however, it appears he has no such intention.
Many of his supporters thought Mr. Obama would reverse the warlike policies of Mr. Bush and end the unconstitutional wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. They appear to be . . . → Read More: Believing Rather than Thinking
6 October 2009
My 17-year-old son plays the bass and guitar and has an eclectic taste in music. Everlast is one of his favorites. I’ve heard this song many times blasting out of his room. Powerful stuff, but not generally the style I spend much time listening to. Just today, however, I saw it mentioned by two different guys my age talking about two very different symptoms of the gathering storm. I was reminded of it again watching video footage of the Pittsburgh police beating up on yuppie college kids. There wasn’t a stone in any hand at that gathering. The kids . . . → Read More: Stone in My Hand
21 December 2008
The item of Obama’s birth place just won’t go away. Apparently, “to ensure better flow of information” the Kenyan government has forbidden any of Obama’s family to talk to the media without official government approval. I wonder what information they are trying to control the flow of? More here>>>>>> Kenyan Government Gags Obama Family