Economic history lessons of the US with depressions that were averted. In 1946, the Republicans ran on the phrase, “Had Enough Yet?” and took control of congress. You may not be saying that phrase yet, but you will…
(Getting ready for Christmas week)
A Nation Of Sheep Will Beget A Government Of Wolves – Edward R. Murrow
Glenn’s program is all about the Constitution and the progressives’ war against it with guests David Barton and Judge Napolitano.
Judge Napolitano on the biggest Constitutional offenders of the 20th century:
Seton Motley of StopNetRegulation.org explains the media marxism behind ‘Net Neutrality’ in down-to-earth terms that overloaded and overwhelmed patriots can understand is as little as five minutes.
This is an assault on the industry to effect an ideological outcome. There is a man by the name of Robert McChesney, he’s an avowed marxist, he is also a college professor. Please pardon the redundancy. He’s the godfather of the media “reform movement”. His objective of net neutrality, and I’m going to quote him (not directly), but it’s close is that net neutrality is the necessary first step in eradicating the media capitalists from the phone and cable companies and divesting them from control. How very Hugo Chavez of him. The purpose of net neutrality isn’t to create net neutrality, it’s to create an untenable economic environment for private investment which will subsequently be followed by government investment at which point government becomes the sole internet service provider, and at that point, if you are a conservative website or a small government website, how’s your downloads going to be? – Seton Motley
Robert McChesney – The Problem of the Media, March, 2009:
A conversation between Barack Obama and Bill Ayers about ghost writing another book because of Mishy’s desire for more Jimmy Choo shoes.
(Just for fun.)
(H/T BB and JCashill)
I’m not quite sure how to explain this show because it proposes an interesting theory of the biblical story of the ‘Tower of Babel’ being put forward by Rabbi Daniel Lapin in regards to global governance.
The ‘Revolution’ has hit prime time!
Part 1, Sarah Palin, the Federal Reserve, inflation, and running for president:
Glenn starts this program with the general news of the very expensive trip that Obama is taking to India and Indonesia, and breaks it down further along in the program. His first topic is all about the Fed’s QE2, how it is devaluing the dollar, causing commodity prices to skyrocket and how all of our food is going to become more expensive. Here is a news flash Glenn; I covered this on October 20th with the article Obama And The Federal Reserve’s Hidden Taxes with the proof of $14 coffee here in Hawaii. Market Ticker’s Karl Denninger has been writing about this for months.
Glenn then wants to know the upside of the $600 million dollar trip to India. Here is something to think about; this trip to India is a campaign stop on the way to UN Secretary-General. Ban Ki-Moon’s first term as the UN SG will expire in 2012, and though India is not currently one of the non-permanent members of the UN Security Council (who nominates the UN SG), they will become a two year member in 2011.
The General Assembly elected Colombia, Germany, India, Portugal and South Africa to serve as non-permanent members of the Security Council for two-year terms starting on 1 January 2011. The newly elected countries will replace Austria, Japan, Mexico, Turkey and Uganda.
My spidey-sense tells me that Obama does not plan to run for a second term if he can move up to ‘King of The World’. Considering what the global elite banksters are doing to our dollar, and the push for a global currency, why wouldn’t Obama go for the next brass ring as the ultimate citizen of the world? Think Mishy is going to sit still as First Lady when she can be Empress? Think about the Narcissist-in-Chief’s general demeanor; who else would look at the Presidency of the United States as a stepping stone to something else?
The last topic covers the losses that George Soros suffered during the election a few days ago. I want to point out that the reason the California Pot Legalization proposition was defeated was because only a certain number of licenses to grow were going to be issued and guess who they were going to? Yes, you guessed it, Big Agra. The locals mobilized to stop this prop and Big Ag from taking over what will be an incredible revenue stream.