Glenn Beck, 10.20.2010: It’s All About ‘Spooky Dude’, George Soros, Media Matters, & Tides

Glenn issued a challenge yesterday to George Soros to come on his show and discuss the issues for an entire hour.  It appears poking the ‘Spooky Dude’ with a sharp stick has made George come out of the shadows and in the daylight contribute $1 million to Media Matters (instead of funneling his money through Tides Foundation and Open Society Institute).  This particular program is all about George buying journalists from MediaMatters to NPR, and Beck makes an announcement that in 10 days (10-29 to 11-1) he will be revealing some bombshell information that he would like to discuss with ‘spooky dude’.

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Vote For The Monster To Be The Next Speaker Of The House

Vote For The Monster To Be The Next Speaker Of The House

DiamondTiger - Next Speaker Of The House

I just learned something rather interesting this morning when Speaker Education started following me on Twitter.  The Speaker of the House of Representatives DOES NOT (Constitutionally) need to be a member of the elected body, though they always have been. (Ah, so many little details that we do not know about…)

The Speaker Eduction Project believes:

The Speaker Education Project believes that Congress can bridge its divide by selecting a strong, non-partisan individual from outside of Washington’s political arena as its next leader. This type of transformation must begin at the local level, through engaged citizens actively questioning candidates about their stance on this critical issue. You have the power to help educate voters about the race for Speaker of the House, and have an impact on the choices the candidates in your district make by simply getting involved.

Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives

2. How is the Speaker elected?

Article I, Section 2 of the Constitution states: “The House of Representatives shall chuse their Speaker and other Officers.” The Speaker is elected by roll call vote when each new House first convenes. Customarily, the conference of each major party nominates a candidate whose name is placed in nomination. Although the Constitution does not require the Speaker to be a member of the House, all Speakers have been members. Members normally vote for the candidate of their own party conference, but could vote for any individual, whether nominated or not. To be elected, a candidate must receive an absolute majority of votes cast, which may be less than a majority of full membership of the House, because of absentees of Members voting “present.” If no candidate receives the requisite majority, the roll call is repeated until a Speaker is elected.

Which, of course, got me thinking….

I do believe that somebody who actually embodies the Tea Party’s core beliefs of Ending The Fed (and stopping control of government by the big banks), Reducing The Size of Government, Repealing all of the ridiculous laws that have been put in place over the last 100 years or so, so and and so forth (I laid out my platform 3 weeks ago) should actually be installed as the next Speaker of the House.  It would definitely take the agenda away from the mealy-mouthed, pansy, Republican leadership that wants to compromise with the very traitors that are destroying our republic at break-neck speed.

The current dark horses from Speaker Education’s website?

Sarah Palin, Bill Clinton, Rush Limbaugh, and General Petraeus.

How about Diamond Tiger, Independent, and Common Sense American?

Make sure to let your representative know that you want a real human being to be the next Speaker of the House!!

Obama and The Federal Reserve’s Hidden Taxes

Obama and The Federal Reserve’s Hidden Taxes

G. Edward Griffin is a national treasure…

People think that the Federal Reserve System was created by the government as a means of controlling and regulating the banks, but in reality, the Federal Reserve System was created by the banks as a means of controlling and regulating the government and that’s the reality of today. – G. Edward Griffin


A reader sent me an article that looked at the discussion surrounding the tax cuts Americans have received as part of the Porkulus bill and how the GOP and FoxNews have been able to make a majority of Americans believe there has not been any tax cuts from the Obama Regime.

The point of this article is to show how TPTB still have the moos discussing tax cuts instead of the underlying hidden tax that has been occurring since the inception of the Federal Reserve System in 1913. A discussion about tax cuts or extending the Bush tax cuts is ridiculous when we have a private banking cartel in place that controls 100% of the money in the system, will collect $396 Billion in interest this year, and is on track to charge us $1 Trillion dollars in interest on our own money in 2011.  The END OF THE FED absolutely has to happen; no ifs, ands, or buts; or this country will not survive hosting a parasite of The Fed’s size.

NY Times:

From Obama, the Tax Cut Nobody Heard Of

After further prodding — including a reminder that a provision of the stimulus bill had cut taxes for 95 percent of working families by changing withholding rates — Mr. Paratore’s memory was jogged.

In a troubling sign for Democrats as they head into the midterm elections, their signature tax cut of the past two years, which decreased income taxes by up to $400 a year for individuals and $800 for married couples, has gone largely unnoticed.

American Spectator:

Spending Equals Taxes, Obama Tax Cut Edition

The first is that during Obama’s first two years taxes have in fact gone up. The stimulus tax cuts are only one of many changes to the tax code. Americans for Tax Reform reports that the 111th Congress enacted $352 billion in net tax hikes. Although most of those taxes are obscure and will not take effect as immediately as the stimulus tax cuts have, there can’t be any doubt that they have shaped the public’s understanding of the tax outlook. After all, cigarette smokers and tanning salon patrons — who will suffer large targeted tax increases — number in the millions.

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Before the Income Tax by G. Edward Griffin

This report is adapted from two earlier articles by G. Edward Griffin appearing in the April 13, 1987 and February 29, 1988 issues of THE NEW AMERICAN. Mr. Griffin, a journalist and film producer, is the author of The Creature From Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve.

It is a sobering thought that the federal government could operate – even at its current level of spending –
without collecting any taxes whatsoever.  All it has to do is create new money through the Federal Reserve System, a process called monetizing the debt. As a matter of fact, much of the money it now spends is obtained that way. The politicians who authorize that process know that this is not true debt, because no one in Washington really expects to repay it. It is merely a means of raising money to run the government without increasing taxes. Actually, the inflation that results from monetizing debt is just as much a tax as any other, but, because it is hidden and so few Americans understand how it works, it is far easier to collect than a tax that is out in the open.

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Allen West And Ron Klein Debate; 10.18.2010, Palm Beach

Allen West (R) and Ron Klein (D) debate on Monday, October 18th for the District 22 congressional seat in Florida. (52 minutes)

Pay attention folks; I expect Allen West to win this race, but if he does not, this will not be the last time you Lt. Col. Allen West on the political stage.

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