As some of my readers know, the last couple years have been unbelievably tough for my family and for theirs. Now we have a theme song that embraces that uphill struggle as everything around us is contracting. Trace Adkins unveiled a song at the Republican National Convention that finally hammers home what makes Americans so much different from the rest of the world, namely our resilience to natural and manmade tragedies and our diamond forged spines. Our enemy, the global elite, has once again underestimated us, and are creating some of the toughest Americans by forging millions of us in the hellfires of economic depression. I guess they don’t remember the last time they did this to us?
For all those that are still here, standing their ground, and pushing that boulder uphill while wearing cement shoes, listen to this new song from Trace Adkins, ‘Tough People Do‘, then stand up and take a moment to pat yourself on the back for still breathing and getting stronger by the minute. We ain’t beaten yet, the worst and best is yet to come…
(And DO NOT let this song become the theme song for the Romney/Ryan campaign because as the song lyrics suggest, times change, people don’t.)
Hit the link below to hear the song.
Seattle Riot Police WTO 1999
I wonder how the rest of ‘Real America’ (not the elites and their henchmen; the police, IRS agents, the banks, credit card companies, certain segments of the intelligence community and the military, etc.) feels about drones flying overhead recording and analyzing their every move? How much more like 1939 Germany must America become before the shit finally hits the fan? The frakkin’ cameras everywhere but in your undies are bad enough, but this bullshit is now officially over the top. This headline says it all…really? FRAKKIN’ REALLY?
The nation’s police chiefs have adopted a code of conduct for their use of drones, including letting any images captured by unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs, be open to inspection by the public, and that the images not be stored unless they are evidence of a crime or part of an ongoing investigation.
The chiefs also said that if they plan to fly drones over an area where they are likely to spot criminal activity and where they would be intruding on someone’s “reasonable expectations of privacy,” they should seek to get a search warrant first.
In their three-page document, the chiefs said they are aware of privacy issues that have arisen with the prospect of an explosion in both governmental and private use of drone technology.
Read more: Police chiefs adopt drone code of conduct – Washington Times
Oh thank you so much!! That statement makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside about unmanned drones spying on every inch of land, and I just know the police are gonna keep their word. I just know they are because they are there to protect and to serve. Right? Really? Truly? That’s rich. I thought this was supposed to be the land of the free and the home of the brave….nah, not so much for the last five decades. So much easier to tell you what you want to hear, then make another industry and a few asshats at the top very rich, add to the states’ coffers with revenue, AND get you sheeples to fall in line and ACCEPT! With the added bonus that these jackoffs never actually have to go out and get their hands dirty (i.e. work for a living). To Protect and Serve…riiiiigggghhhhttt. It’s been decades since our police had anything but collecting revenue as the basis for their actions. DUI checkpoint anyone?
You do realize what this actually says? “We don’t give a rat’s ass what you criminals think. We Can So We’re Going To!’ ‘You’re all a bunch of criminals anyways, and we just haven’t been able to catch you and make you pay the tribute yet.’…until now.
Welcome to the Fourth Reich for as long as the financial rollercoaster allows it to last…and then….the shoe will be on the other foot.
Anybody surprised that on Tuesday past, the main stream media was shoveling footage of the capsized Costa Concordia while Treasury Secretary and former chairman of the NY Federal Reserve Bank is raiding federal pension funds in order to give Obama some financial wiggle room? Anybody? Nah, didn’t think so. Also, if you think SOPA is only about online piracy, maybe it might be time to check into Bitcoin and see how former Chairman of the Senate Banking Committee, Chris Dodd, is now the head of the Motion Picture Association of America; the prime mover and shaker behind SOPA and PIPA and how it might benefit his global elite banking buddies if they aren’t cut out of financial transactions between little people via the peer-to-peer digital currency of the future. (more…)