…and all those other alphabet agencies that have been slacking on their patriotic duty to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, both foreign and domestic‘. These cogs in the machine are accomplices to the criminal actions that this administration and government have been perpetrating. Please send this excellent vid from StormCloudsGathering viral…
An Open Message to The NSA
Basic, I say basic, history of spying on Americans:
A history of NSA wiretapping, Prism, Edward Snowden, William Binney and Thomas Drake:
Remember the big flap about firstname.lastname@example.org back in August, 2009? That same ridicule applies to the current surveillance state. Let them know that we know and that we are going to continue doing what we are doing because our rights come from God, not the Constitution, not the Declaration of Independence, not the Bill of Rights and certainly, NOT FROM THIS TOTALITARIAN GOVERNMENT.
I am not saying the town of Concord, Mass. is purposely and maliciously pursuing the continued poisoning of their citizens with tap water that is more than likely fluoridated; I’m saying the the people in charge of Concord are just plain dumb.
CONCORD, Mass. — The town of Concord has banned the sale of bottled drinking water in town beginning in 2011.
“We only have one planet and I just don’t want to see it spoiled,” said Jean Hill, who introduced the measure at Concord’s Town Meeting.
Hill said that New York, Illinois and Virginia, as well as more than 100 cities, have taken action to cut spending on bottled water.
The measured passed by Concord would allow the sale of refillable containers of water, which could still be sold and delivered in town. Only plastic bottles that companies cannot reuse would be banned.
“Water is something we can get from the faucet. You can’t turn your faucet on and get soda,” said Selectwoman Virginia McIntyre, explaining why other plastic bottles would not be banned.
Are you ready? Here we go…
In this video, Christopher Bryson, an award-winning journalist and former producer at the BBC, discusses the findings of his new book The Flouride Deception. EARLY REVIEWS of The Fluoride Deception: “Bryson marshals an impressive amount of research to demonstrate fluoride?s harmfulness, the ties between leading fluoride researchers and the corporations who funded and benefited from their research, and what he says is the duplicity with which fluoridation was sold to the people. The result is a compelling challenge to the reigning dental orthodoxy, which should provoke renewed scientific scrutiny and public debate.” — PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
This might help some of those fence-sitters to understand why the Tea Party Patriots are growing in numbers. You folks ain’t crazy, and that sinking feeling you have been experiencing is just your common sense kicking in. Come on down!!!
President Obamaseems to believe that most of his sweeping agenda to transform the country can be accomplished without even a vote of Congress.
While Congress considers sweeping new legislation to permanently institutionalize the bailouts and federal control of our financial system (right on the heels of their health care takeover, of course) several other sweeping power grabs are going on outside the spotlight of legislative debate. Indeed President Obama seems to believe that most of his sweeping agenda to transform the country can be accomplished without even a vote of Congress. The chart seen above and found here shows what the administration is up to.
As I’ve previously noted here in the Fox Forum, the the EPA is pursuing an aggressive global warming power grab under the direction of White House Climate czar Carol Browner (who was not subject to Senate confirmation), and the FCC is pursuing a regulatory takeover of the Internet.
Both of those efforts are now escalating. The EPA has now finalized its vehicle emissions rule, for the first time regulating global warming under the 1970 Clean Air Act. While EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson is trying to calm a political backlash by promising the delay the onslaught of regulations (the overall blueprint is over 18,000 pages and regulates almost everything that moves and lots of things that stay put) she remains committed to them. The Senate will have a key vote on S.J. Res. 26, which would stop the EPA, some time in May.