Got Real Vision?

Got Real Vision?

Yet another sleepless night with 25 days to go before we know exactly how big the tsunami that is about to wash over the democrats is, or whether or not it is going to make any difference at all to the current state of affairs.

How many of you can relate?  Sleepless night after sleepless night worried about still not being able to find a job because you are too old and not one, but two, former industries have been completely collapsed by the progressives in Congress, the White House, and the Federal Reserve?  Worried about becoming homeless with a child that already has PTSD and wondering how that is going to affect their ability to cope.  Constantly worried about a family member becoming ill and not having any medical insurance.  Constantly worried about how to pay the bills and put enough food on the table to keep the family mentally and physically coherent.  Waiting and praying that there will actually be a collective sigh of relief when the Congress is flipped, and hoping that the Republicans don’t turn their ‘chance’ for redemption into one big cluster**** that drives us further into depression.

Is that resonating?

The GOP has put forward their ‘Pledge To America‘ that lacks creativity, bold reasoning, decisive measures, and for lack of a better word, vision. In their rush to sell themselves to moderates and indies, they have created a lukewarm beginning to the problems that face this country and have NOT embraced their ‘inner no’.

I have a better idea.  Want to hear vision?  My readers will let me know if I’m over the line on what I believe needs to be done.  Time to think outside the box when it comes to hitting the escape key on this system and re-inventing America once again.

Vision For America

  • CUT SPENDING!  Make earmarks illegal.  If a program does not fit inside the guidelines of the Constitution, it becomes mincemeat.  Considering the items that follow, there will be more than enough money for Americans to make sure those turtles have crossings, and whatever replaces the NEA (privately) will be able to make art happen.
  • Cut Spending – Abolish the private banking cartel known as the Federal Reserve System, cut up the credit card they provide to Congress, and stop paying interest on our money.  That is the most heinously idiotic damn thing I have ever heard.
  • Break the unholy alliance between the six biggest banks in the country and the federal government. Shut down the revolving door between Goldman Sachs and their brethren and the Treasury Department.
  • Cut Spending – Abolish the IRS whose entire existence revolves around siphoning off Americans’ wealth in order for the progressives to redistribute our wealth to the rest of the world, and to make sure the Federal Reserve Mafia gets their interest.  We would save $12.1 BILLION immediately, and give over 100,000 Americans a chance to make a living doing something they can take pride in.
  • Institute a fair or flat tax that is consumption based.  This would bring trillions of dollars in investment money back from the Caymans and other offshore banking areas, and it would tax the underground economy.
  • Repeal Obamacare and replace it with a free market solution that TAKES EMPLOYERS out of medical insurance completely.  How many of you feel like indentured servants having to take certain positions or stay at companies because they have you over a barrel with your benefits?  How many healthy Americans are being penalized with higher premiums because other members of the group policy haven’t taken care of themselves and are using benefits like water?  How many of us don’t even have benefits because we aren’t employed?
  • Repeal the Dodd/Frank financial reform FIASCO that gives even more control over Americans through banking institutions and their money, yet doesn’t address the biggest factor in the continuing housing collapse – GSEs Fannie and Freddie.  Fannie Mae has returned to its subprime lending terms on foreclosures, while we are still shelling out billions to keep Fannie and Freddie afloat.
  • Remove the federal government as the guarantor of last resort for credit cards (bank bailouts), student loans, mortgages, etc.  This IS NOT their job and never was.  Is it in the Constitution?  Nope!  Shitcan it.
  • Pass a Constitutional Amendment making presidential czars and federal government agency mandates illegal.  If the EPA wants to tell Americans that carbon dioxide is pollution, it has to be debated by elected officials.  If Cass Sunstein wants to ‘nudge‘ America, he is going to have to receive permission from us.
  • Take Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid away from Congress and the Treasury.  The lockbox for these government entitlement programs was a flat out lie and has never existed.  I am sure with minds like Steve Jobs, Steve Wynn, Donald Trump, and Hermain Cain, we can find a profitable, yet safe, retirement savings avenue for Americans to watch over their nest eggs.
  • Remove the United Nations from our country, literally and figuratively.  Rescind treaties under the guise of the United Nations; STOP sending Americans’ wealth to them; kick the IMF and World Bank out.  Deal with the fallout and then not only play by the rules, but write laws that protect America’s sovereignty.  It may be a global village (according to the Fabian Socialists) but without a leader, it will become even more chaotic.
  • Pass a Constitutional Amendment that forbids a central bank system from being established in America ever again, and remove the Treasury Department’s involvement with the Bank of International Settlements.
  • Stop using the power of the Executive Branch to strong-arm the world into compliance with what the global elites feel is in their best interest.  We don’t give a flying squirrel’s fluffy freakin’ tail what you want; you are wealthy enough already.  You aren’t going to be allowed to become yet wealthier by using shady underhanded schemes; i.e. Iraq and Afghanistan.  Thanks George and Dick.
  • Introduce and pass legislation that forbids think-tanks and NGOs from writing legislation; i.e. Apollo Alliance – Stimulus Bill or the Council on Foreign Relations.
  • Assign a Congressional task force to examine and recommend repeal of laws that have been passed in the last 150 years that are blatantly un-Constitutional, threaten liberty, privacy, and free enterprise.
  • Repeal the Patriot Act in it’s entirety.
  • STOP SPYING ON AMERICANS with cameras, illegal wiretapping, data mining protocols, etc.  Tighten the supervision of America’s intelligence community, and require them to share the data they do acquire.
  • Remove American military bases from islamic countries.  Stop providing the radical jihadists with another reason to attack America.
  • Introduce and pass legislation that forbids genetically modified organisms from being produced and require the multinational companies creating this organisms to clean up the pollution that they have introduced to the environment.  Are you listening Monsanto?
  • Introduce and pass legislation that forbids Big Pharma from creating viruses, patenting them, and patenting the genetic code of Earth’s lifeforms.
  • Introduce and pass legislation that forbids ‘Too Big To Fail’.
  • Introduce and pass legislation that requires term limits.
  • Introduce and pass legislation that makes lobbying illegal.
  • Pass a Constitutional Amendment protecting Americans’ right to bear arms – in perpetuity.
  • Pass a Constitutional Amendment that requires nominees to the United States Supreme Court to actually have judicial bench time.  Also require that the nominee in question not have been in the employ of the Executive or Legislative Branches, and show a history of interpreting law according to the Constitution and American Sovereignty.
  • Pass a Constitutional Amendment that emphatically states what a Natural Born Citizen is (born on American soil to two American citizens), and then require all candidates to comply with requirements proving they are natural born for the office they are seeking (if required).
  • Close the freakin’ border!  Understand that Mexican citizens are  ‘invading’ sovereign American soil and we will not tolerate it.  Locate and deport all illegal aliens as their prize for disrespecting our country and breaking our laws.

How’s that for a rant session?  Please feel free to add what you believe should be done to get our country back on the right track.

I’m going to try to sleep now…

Glenn Beck, 10.7.2010: Fabian Society, Part 2

Glenn states that he has received emails telling how freaked out and terrified his viewers are by the information he imparted yesterday in the first part of the Fabian Society history lesson. Check out the rest of this post after the videos for a broad overview of how the web was spun, but buckle up first.  It it wasn’t in black and white, you would not believe it.

Are you ready? Many of my readers know most of this history already, but there may be some tidbits to add to your picture of the web, and your understanding of the intrinsic evil of the United Nations.  We have 19 years of UN ‘controls’ that need to be added to this timeline.
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NRA Backing Dems

It appears that the NRA is just as deaf as AARP; they are backing incumbent democrats in 58 races.

According to the Washington Post, the NRA has a policy of being ‘incumbent friendly’ if both candidates for a seat are pro-gun rights.

NRA backs Democrats in key races, frustrating GOP

So far this year, the NRA has endorsed 58 incumbent House Democrats, including more than a dozen in seats that both parties view as critical to winning a majority.

In South Dakota, Rep. Stephanie Herseth Sandlin (D) got the NRA’s endorsement even though her opponent, Kristi Noem (R), has made her fondness for hunting a prominent part of her campaign.

Noem’s campaign manager, Joshua Shields, said that regardless of Herseth Sandlin’s record on gun issues, she would still support House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), “one of the most anti-gun speakers Congress has ever had.”

“We made that argument to the NRA,” Shields said. “Obviously it didn’t work.”

The thumbs-up from the NRA has given Democrats who represent conservative districts, such as Herseth Sandlin, an opportunity to fight back against repeated attacks that they’re tied to their party’s liberal leaders in Washington. With an NRA endorsement in hand, candidates are able to assert that they are willing to choose their constituents over their leaders when warranted. (emphasis added)

Wow…willing to choose their consitutents over their leaders WHEN warranted.

God save us from the political class and the elites.

Balancing The Budget (When It Finally Is Written)

Considering Joe Biden stating “If I hear one more Republican tell me about balancing the budget, I am going to strangle them.”, I thought I would help out by posting a very interesting video about balancing the budget (when it is finally written) without raising taxes.

Dan Mitchell of the Cato Institute narrates this Center for Freedom and Prosperity video, and even the bottom third of the class will be able to understand it.

It’s Simple to Balance The Budget Without Higher Taxes

Glenn Beck, 10.6.2010; Fabian Society And Incremental Socialism

Glenn Beck, 10.6.2010; Fabian Society And Incremental Socialism

(Editor’s Note: Please take the time to check out Part 2 of Beck’s history lesson on the Fabian Society as I have added a global socialism timeline from excellent research.)


This particular episode is an excellent history lesson on the Fabian Society’s beginnings in 1884 in England, eugenist George Bernard Shaw, H.G Wells, Margaret Sanger, how the Society influenced the formation of the English Labour Party in 1900, and what the Society has been able to accomplish.

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Boston Fabian Society member, Stuart Chase wrote ‘The Road We Are Traveling’ (1932) in which he details events that were occurring at the time that would replace the free enterprise system.

  • A strong centralized government.
  • A growing executive arm.
  • Control of credit, banking, and security exchanges by the government.
  • Underwriting of employment by the government either through armaments or through public works.
  • Underwriting of Social Security by the government; old-age pension, unemployment .
  • Underwriting of food, housing, and medical care.
  • Use of deficit spending.
  • Abandonment of gold.
  • Government control of foreign trade.
  • Control of natural resources.
  • Control of energy sources.
  • Control of transportation.
  • Control of agricultural production.
  • Enlistment of the youth corp.
  • Heavy taxation.
  • State control of communications.

Stuart Chase also wrote “A New Deal” and was part of FDR’s ‘kitchen cabinet’.

In 1937, the president told Chase’s father that his son was teaching the American people more about economics than any of the others combined. – Beck on Chase

The Fabian Society

The Fabian Society is a British socialist movement, whose purpose is to advance the principles of socialism via gradualist and reformist, rather than revolutionary, means. It is best known for its initial ground-breaking work beginning late in the 19th century and continuing up to World War I. The society laid many of the foundations of the Labour Party and subsequently affected the policies of states emerging from the decolonisation of the British Empire, especially India.

Today, the society is a vanguard think tank of the New Labour movement. It is one of 15 socialist societies affiliated to the Labour Party. Similar societies exist in Australia (the Australian Fabian Society), Canada (the Douglas-Coldwell Foundation and in the past the League for Social Reconstruction) and New Zealand.

Immediately upon its inception, the Fabian Society began attracting many prominent contemporary figures drawn to its socialist cause, including George Bernard Shaw, H. G. Wells, Annie Besant, Graham Wallas, Hubert Bland, Edith Nesbit, Sydney Olivier, Oliver Lodge, Leonard Woolf and Virginia Woolf, Ramsay MacDonald and Emmeline Pankhurst. Even Bertrand Russell briefly became a member, but resigned after he expressed his belief that the Society’s principle of entente (in this case, countries allying themselves against Germany) could lead to war.

At the core of the Fabian Society were Sidney and Beatrice Webb. Together, they wrote numerous studies of industrial Britain, including alternative co-operative economics that applied to ownership of capital as well as land.

The first Fabian Society pamphlets advocating tenets of social justice coincided with the zeitgeist of Liberal reforms during the early 1900s. The Fabian proposals however were considerably more progressive than those that were enacted in the Liberal reform legislation. The Fabians lobbied for the introduction of a minimum wage in 1906, for the creation of a universal health care system in 1911 and for the abolition of hereditary peerages in 1917[3].

Fabian socialists were in favour of an imperialist foreign policy as a conduit for internationalist reform and a welfare state modelled on the Bismarckian German model; they criticised Gladstonian liberalism both for its individualism at home and its internationalism abroad. They favoured a national minimum wage in order to stop British industries compensating for their inefficiency by lowering wages instead of investing in capital equipment; slum clearances and a health service in order for “the breeding of even a moderately Imperial race” which would be more productive and better militarily than the “stunted, anaemic, demoralised denizens…of our great cities”; and a national education system because “it is in the class-rooms that the future battles of the Empire for commercial prosperity are already being lost”[4].

The Fabians also favored the nationalisation of land, believing that rents collected by landowners were unearned, an idea which drew heavily from the work of American economist Henry George.

Many Fabians participated in the formation of the Labour Party in 1900 and the group’s constitution, written by Sidney Webb, borrowed heavily from the founding documents of the Fabian Society. At the Labour Party Foundation Conference in 1900, the Fabian Society claimed 861 members and sent one delegate.

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