Ron Paul Is So Fringe For Wanting To Legalize Freedom

Ron Paul Is So Fringe For Wanting To Legalize Freedom

Matt Lauer tried to belittle and marginalize Dr. Ron Paul for some of his Constitutional views, but the good doctor wasn’t having any of it.

I want to legalize freedom; what’s so bad about that? What’s wrong with legalizing choices about your life, your liberty, and your religious values? What’s wrong with, like, legalizing the Constitution. I can defend everything I do by the Constitution, so why can you turn that around and say, ‘everything he is doing is nuts and crazy’. (more…)

Frank Luntz, 4.17.2011: The American People & The Politicians (Full Video)

Hannity hosts an entire hour program with Frank Luntz and one of his famous focus groups.  According to Mr. Luntz, for years, the politicians ‘only faced the tough questions of the media; today the politicians are going to face the tough questions from the American people.”  Frank starts out this focus group speaking about Paul Ryan and asking the audience how they would describe the national debt.  My description would be: the second greatest threat to our national security after Barack Obama’s hidden past.”

(H/T LibertyWriters)

Just Add 8 Zeros

Patriots, this vid is going to blow your mind. Easily comprehensible math for the lay person!  After watching it, ask yourself if you are prepared for the rocks below because we have definitely gone over the edge.

$4 Billion DAILY Reasons To Fire The Fed Permanently!

$4 Billion DAILY Reasons To Fire The Fed Permanently!

(The curse of the Monster happens to be witnessing the future unfold and writing about it months before anybody else is broaching the subject; take the Bush Tax Cuts post in September, 2010, for instance. A small excerpt from the post that explains the trap we are caught in when it comes to the central banking mafia in this country follows this article.)

Everybody please give Ben Bernanke and those 1913 Progressives a round of applause...

$4 Billion DAILY REASONS to permanently fire the Federal Reserve System Mafia and cut up the credit card they issued to the legislative branch of the federal government back in 1913.

Last year’s interest tab on the debt? $396 BILLION.

This year’s tab? $1.46 TRILLION.

Got beans?  Got rice?

Actual Unemployed: 25,695,54

That's $55 TRILLION

Are you yet ready to fire the Federal Reserve and put our money back on sound footing? How about making the banks show those trillions in bad assets on their books, force them into receivership, and put a floor under the housing market?

When do the bankers’ arrests start again?


A little history lesson for those newbies amongst us.  If you have not read the article below, I urge you to take the time to peruse the charts of the interest on the debt that we pay to the Federal Reserve and the history of the central banking schemes in this country.

Bush Tax Cuts; Brainwashed To Yearn For The Status Quo?

A current recap. Chairman Zero wants to keep the tax cuts in place for couples making less then $250k and individuals making less than $200k. Princess Pelosi believes that ‘they’ must extend the “Obama Middle Class Tax Cuts” for just the middle class, and 31 of her not-so-loyal soldiers have gone off the reservation when considering such a move. Just a few days ago, the Queen of the Swamp stated But I see no justification for going into debt to a foreign country to underwrite and subsidize tax cuts for the wealthiest people in America.Technically, Nancy has a point, BUT what about the $110 MILLION that went to create 55 California jobs…it’s okay to underwrite and subsidize corruption and all the rest of the silly spending these teenagers have approved? Also, according to National Review Online, a tax increase for the upper 2% of Americans would bring in a whopping $34 Billion next year; enough to cover 9 days of deficit spending. In addition, John Boehner had a ‘moment’ on a recent Sunday news show stating that he would vote for the partial tax extension if forced to, but has since backtracked. We also have had the media arguing very vocally for about two weeks about whether or not the super rich should be getting the tax extension like everybody else. Every single time you look at print or television, you hear about the Bush tax cuts expiring at the end of the year or see a countdown clock for the ‘greatest tax hike in history’ on television. Chairman Zero is even stating during speaking engagements that “giving” a tax cut extension to millionaires and above would create $700 Billion in more debt over ten years.

Let’s keep beating the ‘debt’ drum, shall we? We KNOW we are in trouble, but who exactly is responsible for the debt and the deficits?

Ready to bust out of the chute moos? Ready to understand on the most basic level why we have $13.4 TRILLION in national debt and $110.4 TRILLION in unfunded liabilities? (September, 2010)

From the Economic Collapse (GMTA):

Shut Down The Federal Reserve, Break Up The Big Banks And 16 Other Ideas Barack Obama Could Have Proposed If He Actually Wanted To Fix The Economy

So is there anything that we could do to actually start fixing things?

Yes, but the solutions are radical.  They would cause quite a bit of chaos.  They would not be easy for people to accept.

But the truth is that our economy and our financial system have terminal cancer.  If something radical is not done quickly we are going to lose the patient.

The following are 16 ideas that Barack Obama could have proposed if he actually wanted to fix the economy….

#1 We Must Shut Down The Federal Reserve

Illinois Corporate Owned Moos Have Their Taxes Raised In The Middle Of The Night

Illinois Corporate Owned Moos Have Their Taxes Raised In The Middle Of The Night

While the good little cash cows of Illinois were tucked in their beds, and criminals were ignoring the law, the Illinois state legislature voted on a closed door deal at 1 o’clock in the morning to raise personal income taxes by 66%.  Eerily familiar isn’t it?

Law abiding residents’ income tax percentage will go from 3% to 5%; criminals using the black market economy – 0% Who is leaving Rahm’s fiefdom first?

Illinois Lawmakers Approve 66% Tax Hike

UPDATED 01/12/11 10:43 a.m.

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (CBS) – By a single vote, Illinois lawmakers approved a 66 percent increase to the personal income tax overnight, and soon, your paycheck will be shrinking.

But as CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports, Democratic state lawmakers have said the tax hike is necessary to get the state’s outstanding bills paid. Lawmakers also say cuts and spending limits will be part of the plan.

Around 1 a.m. Wednesday, the Illinois Senate approved the tax hike by a vote of 30 to 29. The Illinois House approved the tax hike on Tuesday evening, by a vote of 60 to 57.

Gov. Pat Quinn still must sign the bill into law, but he has supported a tax hike all along, although this plan is double what he originally said he’d support.

But Quinn agreed to the deal in closed-door meetings with top Democratic lawmakers this week and he was on the Senate floor when the vote was taken.

The hike increases the state’s personal income tax rate from 3 percent to 5 percent.

In real numbers, if your gross income is $50,000 a year, your state income taxes will rise from $1,500 to $2,500 a year.

As CBS 2′s Susanna Song reports, the tax hike wasn’t sitting well with Chicago residents Wednesday morning. She spoke with dozens of commuters Wednesday and none of them supported the tax increase.

“I don’t like that. I’m already losing enough money,” one woman said.

“My taxes are high, so I just really … I’m really struggling as is,” another woman said.

The hike will also boost the corporate income tax rate by nearly 50 percent, from 4.8 percent to 7 percent.

Democrats said the tax hike will help plug a $15 billion budget hole.

“We’re going to pay bills on time, and that’s a huge change,” said state Senate President John Cullerton (D-Ill.)

Cullerton emphasized that the tax hike is only one portion of a solution to the state’s budget crisis.

“The taxes are going to not borrow anymore; to make our pension payments without borrowing our pension payments; to make up for the loss in federal revenues. They’re not going for any new programs or any new spending,” Cullerton said. “There’s going to have to be further cuts, even with this tax.”

The tax hike will be coupled with strict 2 percent limits on spending growth. If officials spend above those limits, the tax increase will automatically be canceled. The plan’s supporters warned that rising pension and health care costs probably will eat up all the spending allowed by the caps, forcing cuts in other areas of government.

But Republican critics say the hike will harm middle class families.

“This means hundreds of dollars for Illinois families that they’ll be paying more to the State of Illinois, and the irony is the money they have been sending to the state has been so grossly mismanaged for the last decade,” said state Senate Republican Leader Christine Radogno (R-Lemont.)

The tax hike is not set up to be permanent. After four years, it drops to 4 percent.

“This is always tough to raise taxes,” Cullerton said. “We’ve done it before under Republican governors, and when there’s been big recessions, and that’s what we responded to.”

The higher taxes will generate about $6.8 billion a year.

The tax hike followed fiery rhetoric on both sides of the Senate aisle.

“We don’t have a better choice today!” state Sen. David Miller (D-Dolton) said in a raised voice. “Everybody wants to go to heaven, but nobody wants to die!”

Miller, an unsuccessful candidate for state comptroller last year, later collapsed while watching the Senate debate, although he seemed awake and alert when paramedics responded and took him for further treatment.

Critics have expressed doubt about whether the tax hike will really solve the state’s budget problem. Earlier this week, the Better Government Association called the move to pass a tax hike plan “closed-door backroom dealing,” and bemoaned the lack of public hearings or answers to questions.

Radogno also said she believes lawmakers have failed to address the factors that are contributing to the ballooning deficit.

“That’s the big lack in this whole bill. No one’s addressed the spending yet,” Radogno said. “I don’t just mean spending at the state level, but there’s so much work that this body could do to make Illinois more efficient.”

Republicans also fundamentally reject the idea of raising taxes after years of spending growth.

“We’re saying to the people of Illinois, ‘For eight years we’ve overspent, now we’re going to make it your problem,”‘ said Rep. Roger Eddy (R-Hutsonville.) “We’re making up for our mistakes on your back.”

The Sultan Travels To India With A $200 Million Dollar a Day Tab (UPDATED: 34 Warships)

The Sultan Travels To India With A $200 Million Dollar a Day Tab (UPDATED: 34 Warships)

(Update, 11.4.2010: The White House is now saying that this figure is incorrect and will not state how much the trip is going to cost. They are saying that the $200 million a day figure is a rumor. I guess we will have to wait and see how much it actually does cost us at a time when the true unemployment is in double digits and millions of Americans are in foreclosure. $200 million a day is not that farfetched an idea when we are talking about the Narcissist-in-Chief and his Empress.)

Yes, we really do want our sultan President very own Xerxes to travel in style with (6 oops) 40 airplanes, 3 disassembled Marine One helicopters, 850+ hotel rooms split between two hotels, 3000 SS and assorted attendants, etc, etc, etc., with a $200 million dollar tab per day for the 3 day trip. We really do want to reward Chairman Zero for his handling of the economy, other domestic issues, and foreign diplomatic situations over the last two years, don’t we?  Doesn’t he deserve it?  We can afford it; just make sure to use powered milk, better yet; make the sacrifice for our great leader and only partake of bread and water.

I’m convinced he isn’t coming back which would be an interesting bittersweet moment; no more Obama, but Biden running the country.  Which is worse?

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“End Of Liberty”

Welcome to the U.S. (pause) S. A. – Gerald Celente

With comments from Gerald Celente about breaking the chains of tyranny, and returning freedom and liberty to Americans, this trailer for the new documentary “End Of Liberty” from National Inflation Association is powerful and shows moments of the very real anger that has been pent up for years and is now driving Americans off their couches.

FreedomWatch, 10.16.2010: O’Donnell, Rodgers, Ventura & The Economy

The Judge has an excellent show today starting out with indie maverick Jesse Ventura speaking about his distrust of all government officials, political parties, the unlawful tracking of all Americans by the feds, and the conspiracies he is following. The Judge also interviews Christine O’Donnell about the race in Delaware, and follows up with Jim Rodgers and the tanking of the economy.

Part 1/4, Jesse Ventura, Matt Kibbe, Tea Party Patriots and The Fed:

Part 2/4: Christine O’Donnell with information stating that Coons’ family business will profit from Cap & Trade, and Jim Rodgers on gold and the currency bubble:

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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, 9.23.2010: Monetary Pain Is On The Way (Economic Darkness)

Glenn starts this show speaking about the GOP’s “Pledge To America” where he hopes the GOP will go for ‘shock and awe’, but he isn’t sure any of that will be forthcoming.  As we have seen from the pledge, it is more beige-y than bold.  He then continues with the silliness of GOP’s pledge to return spending levels to 2008 levels instead of the spending levels of 1908.  Glenn covers the Weimar Republic and the ‘economic darkness’ of our monetary situation.

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