Judge Andrew Napolitano is hosting today as Glenn is out with appendicitis. Get well and hurry back soon Glenn. WE NEED YOU!
Today’s show is going to cover more unconstitutional moves being made by The Federal Reserve in regards to executive pay of financial companies that DID NOT or PAID BACK TARP money. When are we going to get rid of this private banking cartel that is bankrupting our country?
Matthew Spaulding of the Heritage Foundation about Progressivism and control:
I will be adding the Michele Bachmann video when it becomes available.
Judge Napolitano interviewing Michele Bachmann about tomorrow’s “House Call” to kill Pelosi’s healthcare bill with an interesting tidbit about Pelosi possibly changing security protocols to keep people out.
Between Barney Frank trying his utmost to strangle free enterprise in this country, (a new post on a new bill introduced coming soon), and the State Department’s budget, this bill slipped by me. Rest assured, as soon as GovTrack comes back up from it’s crash status I will read it and let you know what I find. In the meantime, Glenn Beck and Matthew Spaulding had a discussion yesterday about the following bill and the ramifications for us when combined with other legislation that has passed.
There will be no more private student loans that are guaranteed by the government. The government will forgive your loans if you become a government employee or work for an “approved” non-profit for ten years.
Who is not going to jump at that? Most of the population is not educated enough on what this country and our Constitution is all about to understand how they are just selling themselves into indentured servitude.
Remember H.R.1388 that was signed by The One on 4.21.09? Oh, that’s right; so much has been driven through by this fascist administration that you may not remember. Here’s some highlights:
Aims to increase the percentage of disadvantaged youths in the National Civilian Community Corps to over 50% by 2012 (Sec. 1503).
Expands the National Civilian Community Corps mission to include projects on energy conservation, environmental stewardship or conservation, infrastructure improvement, urban and rural development, or disaster preparedness needs (Sec. 1506).