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Thursday, October 31, 2013

ACLU Tells Schools To Stop Praying, Or They May Sue | Ben Swann Truth In Media

ACLU Tells Schools To Stop Praying, Or They May Sue | Ben Swann Truth In Media

Obama’s Trick Or Treat: “I Just Lost My Doctor” | Ben Swann Truth In Media

Obama’s Trick Or Treat: “I Just Lost My Doctor” | Ben Swann Truth In Media

▶ Sen. Paul Appears on America's Newsroom with Bill Hemmer- October 31, 2013 - YouTube

▶ Sen. Paul Appears on America's Newsroom with Bill Hemmer- October 31, 2013 - YouTube:

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Obama’s Cynical Politics of Deception | The Fiscal Times

Obama’s Cynical Politics of Deception | The Fiscal Times

▶ What to Do About U.S. Political Dysfunction - YouTube

▶ What to Do About U.S. Political Dysfunction - YouTube

▶ #TBT: If You Like Your Plan, You Can Keep It - YouTube

▶ #TBT: If You Like Your Plan, You Can Keep It - YouTube:

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▶ NSA Global Scandal Becomes Global Comedy - YouTube

▶ NSA Global Scandal Becomes Global Comedy - YouTube:

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▶ Open Request to President Obama, Harry Reid, and John Boehner - YouTube

▶ Open Request to President Obama, Harry Reid, and John Boehner - YouTube: "http://youtu.be/1tJPjTxFykE"

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msnbcmedia.msn.com/i/MSNBC/Sections/A_Politics/_Today_Stories_Teases/Late_October_NBC_WSJ.pdf

msnbcmedia.msn.com/i/MSNBC/Sections/A_Politics/_Today_Stories_Teases/Late_October_NBC_WSJ.pdf

Obama to Dropped Insurance Customers: 'Just Shop Around in the New Marketplace, That's What It's For' - NationalJournal.com

Obama to Dropped Insurance Customers: 'Just Shop Around in the New Marketplace, That's What It's For' - NationalJournal.com

Belgium considering unprecedented law to grant euthanasia for children, dementia patients - The Washington Post

Belgium considering unprecedented law to grant euthanasia for children, dementia patients - The Washington Post

The slippery slope.

Obama accused of breaking promise to consumers as health plans cancel policies - The Washington Post

Obama accused of breaking promise to consumers as health plans cancel policies - The Washington Post

Obama Always Knew His Messaging Around Health Care Reform Was a Lie | FDL Action

Obama Always Knew His Messaging Around Health Care Reform Was a Lie | FDL Action

Intel Officials Says French And Spain Intelligence Agencies Did All The Dirty Work In Gathering Data On Millions Of Calls | Techdirt

Intel Officials Says French And Spain Intelligence Agencies Did All The Dirty Work In Gathering Data On Millions Of Calls | Techdirt

These governments assist NSA and then complain about them?

Marine could be booted from Corps for warning troops about rapist Afghanistan cop | The Raw Story

Marine could be booted from Corps for warning troops about rapist Afghanistan cop | The Raw Story

Tomgram: Jeremy Scahill, The Fantasy of a Clean War | TomDispatch

Tomgram: Jeremy Scahill, The Fantasy of a Clean War | TomDispatch:

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German Authorities Raiding Homes To Find Skype Tapping Whistleblower | Techdirt

German Authorities Raiding Homes To Find Skype Tapping Whistleblower | Techdirt


Sounds to me like something that might have happened circa 1940.

A Vertical Forest Is Growing in the Middle of One of Europe’s Dirtiest Cities | Singularity Hub

A Vertical Forest Is Growing in the Middle of One of Europe’s Dirtiest Cities | Singularity Hub

BBC News - GPS bullets are latest weapon for American police

BBC News - GPS bullets are latest weapon for American police

▶ The Mises View: "International Sanctions" | David Gordon - YouTube

▶ The Mises View: "International Sanctions" | David Gordon - YouTube

▶ The Doomsday Vault - YouTube

▶ The Doomsday Vault - YouTube

▶ John Stossel - Food Police Fatheads - YouTube

▶ John Stossel - Food Police Fatheads - YouTube

▶ Save Us Chuck - Alan Grayson - YouTube

▶ Save Us Chuck - Alan Grayson - YouTube

▶ Save Us Chuck - Alan Grayson - YouTube

▶ Save Us Chuck - Alan Grayson - YouTube

Mad science: In the name of 'geoengineering,' delusional scientists may destroy human civilization

Mad science: In the name of 'geoengineering,' delusional scientists may destroy human civilization

Confirmed: Girl smuggled into UK to have her organs harvested for wealthy recipients

Confirmed: Girl smuggled into UK to have her organs harvested for wealthy recipients

131031 – No Tapering… Duh! | The Hyper Report

131031 – No Tapering… Duh! | The Hyper Report:

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15 Unique Gas Stations Around The World

15 Unique Gas Stations Around The World

15 Unique Gas Stations Around The World

15 Unique Gas Stations Around The World

▶ Boeing F 16 drone given unmanned test flight by US air force (HD) - YouTube

▶ Boeing F 16 drone given unmanned test flight by US air force (HD) - YouTube:

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▶ Remy: Healthcare Mash - YouTube

▶ Remy: Healthcare Mash - YouTube:

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Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis: How the NSA Hacked Google and Yahoo! - Part Two - Man in the Middle - "Flying Pigs", "Hush Puppy"

Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis: How the NSA Hacked Google and Yahoo! - Part Two - Man in the Middle - "Flying Pigs", "Hush Puppy"

CNN Anchor: Obama’s People Will “Threaten Your Job” If You Question Them | Ben Swann Truth In Media

CNN Anchor: Obama’s People Will “Threaten Your Job” If You Question Them | Ben Swann Truth In Media

How Obama Is Unwittingly Boosting Republicans | The Fiscal Times

How Obama Is Unwittingly Boosting Republicans | The Fiscal Times

Florida Democrat Says Colorado Recall Is A 'Blatant Attack On Our Democratic Principles' - Liberty Crier

Florida Democrat Says Colorado Recall Is A 'Blatant Attack On Our Democratic Principles' - Liberty Crier

Bloomberg anti-gun group leader running in Colorado | The Daily Caller

Bloomberg anti-gun group leader running in Colorado | The Daily Caller

NASA powers up Orion for the first time

NASA powers up Orion for the first time

Robokind Zeno R25 social robot detects and mimics emotions

Robokind Zeno R25 social robot detects and mimics emotions:

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Let The Games Begin | Fairewinds Energy Education

Let The Games Begin | Fairewinds Energy Education

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Educating the “Digerati Generation” | The American Conservative

Educating the “Digerati Generation” | The American Conservative

Letters of Note: Make your soul grow

Letters of Note: Make your soul grow

Geopolitical Intelligence, Political Journalism and 'Wants' vs. 'Needs' | Stratfor

Geopolitical Intelligence, Political Journalism and 'Wants' vs. 'Needs' | Stratfor

Robert Lax | The American Conservative

Robert Lax | The American Conservative

Obama administration warned about health care website - CNN.com

Obama administration warned about health care website - CNN.com

Sebelius blames contractors for HealthCare.gov problems - CBS News

Sebelius blames contractors for HealthCare.gov problems - CBS News

A broken ocean: The aftermath of Fukushima

A broken ocean: The aftermath of Fukushima

BETRAYED: Democrats now admit they knew all along that millions would lose their existing health plans

BETRAYED: Democrats now admit they knew all along that millions would lose their existing health plans:

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▶ NBC Prediction That We Will All Have an RFID Chip Under Our Skin by 2017 - YouTube

▶ NBC Prediction That We Will All Have an RFID Chip Under Our Skin by 2017 - YouTube:

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Actually, Obamacare will force some of you to change plans | Marketplace.org

Actually, Obamacare will force some of you to change plans | Marketplace.org

Global Warming VS Border Security - YouTube

Global Warming VS Border Security - YouTube:

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Global Warming Gets Nearly Twice As Much Taxpayer Money As Border Security | Vision to America

Global Warming Gets Nearly Twice As Much Taxpayer Money As Border Security | Vision to America

Sebelius on Hot Mic: "Don't Do This to Me"

http://www.youtube.com/v/g3YF-MYmMhg?version=3&autohide=1&feature=share&autoplay=1&autohide=1&attribution_tag=0NMxyEcU5GyaZs-GNiLeZQ&showinfo=1

Sen. Rand Paul Appears on Fox's Hannity- October 29, 2013

http://www.youtube.com/v/cUwt5bZ3EI0?version=3&autohide=1&showinfo=1&autohide=1&autoplay=1&feature=share&attribution_tag=wZ-4bP7KW7sn7X1VbwZI7Q

Sen. Paul Appears on CNN's Out Front with Erin Burnett- October 29, 2013

http://www.youtube.com/v/KYvh5k18fBk?version=3&autohide=1&showinfo=1&autohide=1&autoplay=1&feature=share&attribution_tag=H0i02qMUcjv_ix-TWbcjyw

▶ CRAFT IN AMERICA "Holiday" | Preview | PBS - YouTube

▶ CRAFT IN AMERICA "Holiday" | Preview | PBS - YouTube

Ben Swann Interviews Dr. Ron Paul

http://www.youtube.com/v/-OKi1shdx2A?version=3&autohide=1&autohide=1&feature=share&showinfo=1&autoplay=1&attribution_tag=Oq18wnLvInOb5nPWipuhoQ

131030 – Bubbles Do Exist! | The Hyper Report

131030 – Bubbles Do Exist! | The Hyper Report:

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How To Prepare Your Community For Disaster - Liberty Crier

How To Prepare Your Community For Disaster - Liberty Crier

FiberFix aims to make duct tape look pathetic

FiberFix aims to make duct tape look pathetic

First glide test of Dream Chaser spacecraft successful, but ends in a flip

First glide test of Dream Chaser spacecraft successful, but ends in a flip

Four Steps to Stop Obamacare | Tenth Amendment Center

Four Steps to Stop Obamacare | Tenth Amendment Center

AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: JFK | Jacqueline Bouvier | PBS

http://www.youtube.com/v/oXwvflaKol8?autohide=1&version=3&showinfo=1&attribution_tag=qr6QK-07epjHZg_P_e0Urw&autohide=1&autoplay=1&feature=share

Sober Look: First fall in US manufacturing output since 2009 as the Eurozone pulls ahead

Sober Look: First fall in US manufacturing output since 2009 as the Eurozone pulls ahead

Fukushima horse breeder braves high radiation levels to care for animals | World news | The Guardian

Fukushima horse breeder braves high radiation levels to care for animals | World news | The Guardian

NSA Spying Damages More than EU Alliances | The Fiscal Times

NSA Spying Damages More than EU Alliances | The Fiscal Times

Is the Embattled IRS the Next Obamacare Nightmare? | The Fiscal Times

Is the Embattled IRS the Next Obamacare Nightmare? | The Fiscal Times

Brain-dead Health Canada destroying innovation by threatening brilliant designer over his magnetic pen invention

Brain-dead Health Canada destroying innovation by threatening brilliant designer over his magnetic pen invention

Welfare is Slavery

http://www.youtube.com/v/q2oOHhnWPtI?autohide=1&version=3&feature=share&autohide=1&attribution_tag=EdlMtnWlsYGpzF11ibHbHg&showinfo=1&autoplay=1

Is "Limited Government" Still Too Much Government? (Tom Woods Show, 10/25/13) - Liberty Crier

Is "Limited Government" Still Too Much Government? (Tom Woods Show, 10/25/13) - Liberty Crier

60 Minutes Confirms Benghazi Is A Real Scandal, And You’ve Been Lied To - Liberty Crier

60 Minutes Confirms Benghazi Is A Real Scandal, And You’ve Been Lied To - Liberty Crier

22 Year Old With Down Syndrome Beaten By The Police For "Bulge In Pants" That Was His Colostomy Bag - Liberty Crier

22 Year Old With Down Syndrome Beaten By The Police For "Bulge In Pants" That Was His Colostomy Bag - Liberty Crier

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Too Early to Say: Is China's Long Game Paying Off?
By James Corbett
There is an oft-repeated story that former Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai, when asked about the impact of the French Revolution, responded that it is “too early to say.” The idea that the Chinese, a civilization that has persisted for thousands of years, think events like the French Revolution of the 18th century so relatively recent that they can't yet be commented on seems to describe so much about China and its way of thinking.
Of course, like so many other famous quotes, it isn't quite true. The “too early to say” remark arose, according to Nixon's Chinese interpreter, out of a misunderstanding. Apparently he thought that the question about the “French Revolution” and the “Paris Commune” referred to the student uprising of 1968, then just a few years past, not the storming of the Bastille in 1789. Still, however spurious the remark's popular interpretation may be, it seems an apt description of Chinese foreign policy and economic thinking in our current era. It's the geopolitical long game, and the Chinese and Russians are masters at it.
Take 9/11. The world collectively held its breath as the US made its determination of which boogeyman to blame for the attacks and how they would respond. On September 20th, Bush announced the war on terror and Russian President Vladimir Putin, against the advice of his top generals, threw his support behind the project. For the intervening 12 years, Putin (and his puppet Medvedev) have been content to sit back and allow the US to overextend itself in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Libya, Yemen and elsewhere in the pursuit of that fictional war, not because these interventions have not hurt Russian interests in those regions, but because Putin is playing the long game. If his strategy is to weaken the unstoppable juggernaut of the American empire without firing a single shot, all the while bolstering his own justification for suppression of terror groups in the Caucasus, his strategy has worked brilliantly. The US has bankrupted itself in Iraq and Afghanistan, and bankrupted its political capital to wage more unilateral wars of aggression (just look at the recent Syria debacle). Zbigniew Brzezinski himself couldn't have advised a better strategy.
China, too, is playing its growing clout on the international stage with an eye on the long game. Some have been surprised at its seeming reticence to become more actively involved in the Security Council (refusing to use its Security Council veto to block the NATO invasion of Libya, for instance), but look at the remarkable transformation in China's position over the past decade. Economically, politically and militarily, China has begun the process of turning its resources to the task of feeding and equipping a rising superpower. It is a long way to go before China could conceivably pose any serious threat to American interests, even in the Asia-Pacific region, but all things being equal, it will get there. China is already slated to overtake the US to become the world's largest economy by GDP as early as 2018.
Of course, a lot can happen between now and then. Just ask Japan. In the 1980s everyone was forecasting the Japanese takeover of America, but 10 years later the Japanese bubble had popped and the Land of the Rising Sun has limped along ever since. Fast forward three decades and the very same fears that were being raised about Japan are now reserved for China, almost verbatim. In August 1987 it was the sale of the Mobil Building in New York to a Japanese company that unsettled Americans. When Mitsubishi bought a 51% interest in New York landmark Rockefeller Center in 1989, the takeover seemed inevitable. Compare this to the nearly identical handwringing that Americans are undergoing over JP Morgan's sale of another Rockefeller-connected New York landmark, Chase Manhattan Plaza, to Chinese industrial giant Fosun for $725 million just last week.
The move has sparked the expected round of soul-searching over the rise of the red dragon that one would expect from the New York Times, Bloomberg, and MarketWatch. Few and far between are those sane voices in the wilderness asking whether this move actually makes sense for China's long game. As The Asian Century points out, the Chase Manhattan Plaza acquisition and other real estate deals like it that are occurring more and more frequently of late is not some grandiose Chinese buyout of America, but an indication of China's own problems keeping the lid on its own real estate bubble. Housing prices in Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen and Guangzhou all jumped markedly in September, with the dreaded “b” word now being raised in China's overheating property markets. As the government attempts to clamp down on domestic real estate markets, excess capital is looking for somewhere safe to pour the fruits of China's economic growth, and prime New York real estate seems a safe as bet as any.
But such nuance aside, the Fosun takeover has given the American media a chance to once again raise the question of just how far the Chinese economic invasion will go. The first wave of dread crashed on the shores of public opinion in 2005, with China's state-owned China National Offshore Oil Corp.'s (CNOOC) $18.5 billion bid for Unocal, a bid that was roundly squashed by populist politicians in Washington. But a similar bid actually came to fruition earlier this year as CNOOC sealed the deal with Calgary-based oil and gas company Nexen Inc. CNOOC's $15.1 billion dollar acquisition of Nexen was signed in February, the largest foreign acquisition by a Chinese company in history. Once again, the headlines generated by this takeover mirror those of the Japanese bubble era (“Japanese firm to buy Firestone in cash deal!”) almost perfectly. 
Militarily, too, China has been showing signs that it is ready to start asserting itself more on the world stage. From a farcical naval force of two dozen poorly-equipped ships in 1949, the People's Liberation Army Navy is now a modern fighting force with over 500 ships and 400 aircraft with increasingly sophisticated gadgetry. The PLA Navy's first aircraft carrier entered service last year, and the Air Force's increasing drone capabilities were enough to force Japan to formulate a new policy on blasting drones that violate their airspace out of the sky. Meanwhile the DF-21D anti-ship ballistic missile that China deployed in 2010 has generated enough “aircraft carrier killer” headlines to drown an aircraft carrier (ironically enough). And perhaps that's the point. Although China has so far not actually engaged any of its South China Sea or East China Sea adversaries militarily, the rhetoric around China's potential military threat is undoubtedly changing. While this potentially works against their interests, drawing the US into the region in the much-ballyhooed Asia-Pacific pivot, it could be part of a long game pivot of China's own, from a country that cares only about itself and its immediate neighbors to one that is increasingly set to take on the role of regional superpower.
And where there is economic and military power, monetary dominance is not far behind. Or at least that's the way every imperial power throughout history has operated, the US included. So what about China's role in the construction of the next global monetary paradigm? There has been consternation in the west for years now about China's growing tendency to ink bilateral trade deals with its trading partners in local currencies, bypassing completely the de facto international monetary unit of the US dollar. This is nonsensical in the short term, of course, as China holds $1.3 trillion dollars in US debt and thus stands to lose a lot if and when the plug is pulled on the dollar as the global reserve currency. But in the longer game, setting itself up for the seemingly inevitable next monetary paradigm, China is in a prime position to excel. If the dollar is to be replaced by some basket of currencies, perhaps facilitated through an IMF-administered Special Drawing Rights scheme, China will be well-positioned with trade in a number of different currencies. Add to this the furious gold hoarding that the rising dragon has been undergoing in recent years, and all signs point to China wanting to step up to the plate as one of the nation's represented in that SDR basket of the future.
Of course, if we are in the middle of a transition from China the Developing Nation to China the Rising Superpower, there are a number of questions that remain unanswered. Will they be able to sustain the economic growth of the past decade at all, or will the Chinese Dragon turn out to be another paper tiger, like the Japanese bubble era? Will the country be able to pull off feats like the planned transplantation of 250 million Chinese rural dwellers into cities over the next decade? Will Chinese society be able to handle the stresses of such a transformation, or will the strange admixture of Maoist government and capitalist enterprise disintegrate under the pressures of the country's changing roles? Will China's long game approach to this transformation pay off, or would it be better served by a more assertive role in the international arena? Will the yuan form one of the building blocks of the next monetary paradigm?
Make no mistake, these questions will be answered one way or another over the course of the coming decades, and, depending how they are answered, could be decisive factors in shaping the future structure of global geopolitics. But, in keeping with the long game sentiments of the Chinese mentality, for the time being our best answer to these questions might simply be: it's too early to say.


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Unacceptable Politics
By Bob Rinear
One of the benefits of doing several hundred talk radio shows is that not only do you get to meet some great people and expand your circle of friends, you wind up meeting some incredibly brilliant folks along the way. One of my biggest sorrows is that there’s simply not enough time in a day to listen to and read all the tremendous thoughts that truly bright people speak of. 
As you all know the last few months has been a political free for all. Between the Government shut down, the Ted Cruz display, the debt ceiling, and the Obama care roll out, we’ve had both parties lobbing verbal bombs at each other.  So occasionally I will catch something one of my friends writes and I think it speaks loud enough that I want to copy it and present it to everyone.
I’ve brought you all some of the words from Doug Gibbs in the past. He’s a good friend that began an internet radio show called the Political Pistachio many years ago and many were the evenings I’d be a guest on his show. It was a lot of fun and we brought up a lot of good points for the audience. I especially enjoyed the call in portions of the show, some of Doug’s listeners were really bright folks and I had to have my “A-Game” working to make sure my answers were worthy.  So, I’d like to present a piece Doug wrote last week that just “stuck with me” enough that during these times of intense political warfare, I think it is worth sharing.  Here’s Doug…
Unacceptable Politics
By Douglas V. Gibbs
"You know what is wrong with you?" Fred said to me as he practically poked his finger through my sternum.  "You aren't inclusive.  You alienate people.  You use words like 'liberal,' and it alienates people."
"The 'liberals,'" I responded, "believe in concepts foreign to the founding of this nation, and we have nothing in common.  Why would I try to include them in a movement that they can't understand, and refuse to understand."
Thus, began a terse conversation with an old friend of mine earlier this week.
He tried to explain to me that I don't get it because I think there is a right-left paradigm.  "You've bought into the idea of a two-party system."
I hate it when people just assume what is in my head.  Actually, his statements were too simplistic, and doesn't really show the full depth of the problem.
The right-left paradigm exists, but not necessarily in the Republican versus Democrat manner that most people think.  It goes deeper than how JASmius even explains it when he calls it the "Right Tribe versus the Wrong Tribe."
The Political Spectrum places 100% government to the far left, and 0% government to the far right.  The United States Constitution, taking a left-side concept of a central government, and then limiting its authorities with constitutional republicanism (a right-side concept), is actually dead-center.  When we study the notes taken by James Madison during the Constitutional Convention, and subsequent writings by some of the various Founding Fathers, we realize that they understood that dynamic, and they were trying to create a balancing act that incorporated just the right amount of both sides in order to establish a system that fostered freedom, protected the rights of the individual, and would stand the test of time.  However, without informed participation by the people, even a governmental system as exceptional as America's would eventually succumb to tyranny.
Throughout history the forces of tyranny have taken various forms, and have called themselves by many names, but in the end, despite the arguments about red versus blue, or big government versus small government, the reality of it all is that what we are fighting is something much more basic than the complex political war we seem to be steeped in.
We have a President not being held accountable for his unconstitutional policies that are designed to limit choice, and place more power in the hands of the federal government. . . and that is unacceptable.
The powerful elites in Washington have ended their budget battle temporarily so that they may raise the debt limit and can go another trillion dollars in debt. . . and that is unacceptable.
In violation of Article II, Section 3, the President of the United States has been picking and choosing what laws, or what parts of the law, to enforce, rather than taking "care that the Laws be faithfully executed." . . . and that is unacceptable.
In violation of Article I, Section 1, which gives all legislative powers to the Congress, the President of the United States has been issuing executive orders to modify laws. . . and that is unacceptable.
We have a President scolding the House of Representatives, which is the voice of the people, for using their Constitutional authority to challenge his statist policies, and then President Barack Obama taking actions "with or without Congress". . . and that is unacceptable.
We have a political party, and President, arming drug cartels, and groups in the Middle East that are sworn enemies of the United States. . . and that is unacceptable.
We have a political party, and President, that is working to grow the power of the government, targeting the destruction of liberty, choice, and individuality. . . and that is unacceptable.
This is no longer a political skirmish over a difference in policies.  This is no longer red versus blue, or republican versus democrat.  What we are experiencing under the onslaught of unacceptable infringements by the federal government is an age old war.  It is as old as mankind.  It is the struggle between individualism versus collectivism.
Throughout history ruling elites have emerged, determined to control the populations, claiming they are engineering society for its own good.  Rulers are the rule, not the exception. . . until America.  That is why the United States is exception.  We are the exception to the rule.
In the United States the individual could own property, and plant whatever crop he wanted on it.  It was not the king's realm.
In the United States the individual could choose his own faith, and practice it in the manner he so chose.  There was no state religion.
In the United States the individual could be self-reliant, keeping more of what he produced, and build wealth for himself, his loved ones, and his community through is own success.  There was no redistribution of wealth through heavy direct taxation.
Now, through farm subsidies and heavy regulations, property owners must act in the manner allowed by the powerful federal government.
Now, the state religion of progressivism is in place, and those who dare disagree become targets of political correctness, are accused of being one kind of phobe or another, and are silenced and prohibited to practice their own religion by societal ridicule - via political correctness.
Now, through a growing welfare system that boasts, for example, the rapid increase of food stamp program participants, and through a system of the redistribution of wealth, success is being squashed, the rich are being targeted, and it is becoming a stigma to be successful.  Wealth is being stolen by the government, and is being redistributed to those that are not producers, and the takers cheer when the producers in America suffer under the heavy weight of government..
The solution is simple.  The solution is the principles contained within the pages of the United States Constitution, and the wise writings of the founding fathers that supported the concept of republicanism.  Individualism is the key.  God-given individualism is the foundation upon which our system must be rebuilt.  If we continue down the road to national collectivism, and ultimately global collectivism, we will lose our identity as individuals, we will lose our freedom, and we will lose our power of choice.
We have an instruction manual on how to do what needs to be done, but the Constitution is only ink and paper if we are unwilling to learn it, apply it, and fight for it.
This can be turned around. . . but it is up to you to do it.
I think Doug did a really good job of trying to get past the “generally accepted” bunk, and drill down to what the real issues are truly about. We’re in a really ugly place right now. For instance a lot of folks on the left continue to try and paint the Republicans as part of the KKK, a party that the Democrats started! Things are truly upside down and I don’t see it getting any better in the next year. We really need a “none of the above” button at the polls. 

Household Survey 
  • Unemployment rate 7.2%; Not in Labor Force +136k (record 90.609 million
  • Household Survey +133k, Civilian Labor Force +73k 
  • Participation Rate unchanged at 63.2% 
  • Employment-Population Ratio unchanged at 58.6% (Employed women at 24-yr low
  • Birth/Death Model jobs -26k; -14k in September 2012 
  • Total nonfarm m/m change, not seasonally adjusted 612k; 621k for September 2012 

NBC News: Thousands get health insurance cancellation notices 
By Anna Gorman & Julie Appleby
Florida Blue, for example, is terminating about 300,000 policies, about 80 percent of its individual policies in the state. Kaiser Permanente in California has sent notices to 160,000 people – about half of its individual business in the state. Insurer Highmark in Pittsburgh is dropping about 20 percent of its individual market customers, while Independence Blue Cross, the major insurer in Philadelphia, is dropping about 45 percent.

Bombshell: Federal judge suddenly green-lights lawsuit that could stop Obamacare in its tracks
By David Martosko
  • ¥ Small-business plaintiffs say the government is treating all 50 states the same even though Congress allowed them to opt out – and 36 did
  • ¥ The IRS is granting insurance subsidies to taxpayers in the 'refusenik' states, even though the text of the Obamacare law doesn't allow it
  • ¥ A federal judge denied the government's motion to dismiss the case on Tuesday
  • ¥ He also refused, however, to issue an injunction barring the Obama administration from implementing the law while the case moves forward

BofA’s Countrywide Found Liable for Defrauding Fannie Mae
By Patricia Hurtado
Bank of America Corp.’s Countrywide unit was found liable by a jury for selling Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac thousands of defective loans in the first mortgage-fraud case brought by the U.S. government to go to trial.
A federal jury in Manhattan yesterday also found former Countrywide Financial Corp. executive Rebecca Mairone liable for defrauding the U.S. Mairone was the only individual named as a defendant in the government’s lawsuit.

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Stupid is as Stupid Does
By Alfred Adask
Detroit Spent Billions Extra on Pensions
The city of Detroit filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy on July 18, 2013. It’s the largest municipal bankruptcy filing in U.S. history, estimated to be $18–20 billion.  Current and former employees of the city of Detroit have been particularly distraught over the apparent loss of their pensions.   However, according to Dealbook, “Detroit’s municipal pension fund made payments for decades to retirees, active workers and others above and beyond normal benefits, costing the struggling city billions of dollars and helping push it into bankruptcy, . . . . 
“The payments, which were not publicly disclosed, included bonuses to retirees, supplements to workers not yet retired and cash to the families of workers who died before becoming eligible to collect a pension, . . . .
The fact that the city didn’t disclose all of these “extra” payments is evidence that pension fund trustees knew that those “extra” payments were actually crimes.  I.e., they knew they were looting the pension funds. 
“How much each person received is not known. But available records suggest that the trustees approving the payments did not discriminate; nearly everybody in the [pension] plan received them.”
Thus, “nearly everybody” who’d worked for Detroit was complicit in looting their own pension funds. 
“Joseph Harris, who served as Detroit’s independent auditor general from 1995 to 2005, compared the government handouts to ‘dandelions’. ‘You just accept them. They were there, something you’ve seen all your life.’”
I.e., looting theirown pension funds was simply part of the city’s “culture”.  A criminal mentality to take whatever you could get was accepted as normal within the city of Detroit. 
“When asked on what legal authority the trustees made the payments, Mr. Harris said, ‘My understanding was, it had to be approved by City Council, and council was under the belief that the money was there—that the pension funds were earning the money—with the consideration that in bad times the city would be making up the difference. I hate to say that. Ultimately the fund has to be funded by the taxpayers.”
Yes, the government always sticks it to the idiot “taxpayers”.  And they’d do just that in Detroit except the taxpayers (those private workers and businesses who actually earned an income) have largely left Detroit.  
The loss of privately-employed taxpayers creates a big problem.  The city government is incapable of funding its own pension programs.  The government produces nothing.  The government can only fund its pension programs by predating on private taxpayers.  In fact, all government is inherently parasitical and can’t survive without privately-employed taxpayers to pay for government excesses.
Thus, Detroit’s pension funds will no longer be funded by privately-employed taxpayers.  More, the pension funds that former city workers, themselves, helped to loot, will disappear.  Government pensioners will scream at the injustice of losing their pensions, but insofar as they didn’t mind looting their own pension funds “back in the day,” they have no moral ground to complain about their losses.
I suppose that a lot of Detroit’s government employees were singing “let the good times roll” back in the day when they were looting their own pension funds.  Now, they’re crying the blues because the pensions are gone and the good times have ended.
People who loot their own pension funds are just like people who riot and burn down their own neighborhoods.  They’re stupid.
But such stupidity is hardly confined to Detroit.  Here’s evidence of more stupidity:
American Exceptionalism
President Obama spoke to the UN last September to demand a UN resolution authorizing military action against Syria.   According to AntiWar.com (“Obama: America ‘Exceptional’ Because of all the Wars”), 
“While giving lip-service to the idea of diplomacy, President Obama made it clear during the speech that American ‘exceptionalism’ centers around its willingness to fight wars.”
“Obama insisted, ‘I believe America is exceptional, in part because we have shown a willingness, through the sacrifice of blood and treasure, to stand up not only for our own narrow self-interest, but for the interests of all,’” Americans who support all these damned foreign wars are exceptional alright.  They’re exceptionally stupid. 
Nations that expend their lives and treasure fighting for “interests of all” other nations (and many special interests) necessarily incur costs contrary to their own best interests.  By fighting other people’s wars, we’ve weakened ourselves and diminished our own ability to defend ourselves if we’re called to fight our own wars.
Americans who allow their government to engage in foreign wars that have no national value to are just as stupid as the city employees who loot their own pension funds or demonstrate by burning their own homes to the ground.
Civilians Responsible for Government
In “Syrian Civilians Bore Brunt of Rebels’ Fury, Report Says,” The New York Times reported that that the primary victims of the current civil war in Syria are the Syrian civilians.
That’s no surprise.
According to Wikipdia
“The civilian casualty ratio in an armed conflict is the ratio of civilian casualties to combatant casualties or total casualties. The measurement can apply either to casualties inflicted by a particular belligerent or to casualties in the conflict as a whole.
“The ratio of ten civilian casualties for every combatant is a frequently-cited, but disputed figure. “
The 10:1 ratio may be disputed, but it’s almost certainly roughly correct.  
The lesson in the civilian casualty ratio is that civilians (a/k/a “taxpayers”) will be held liable for their own governments.  Insofar as Syrians allow themselves to be ruled by tyrants, they’re liable for that government’s debts and crimes.  Therefore, if someone attacks the government of Syria, it may be cruel and harsh, but’s still fair that Syrian civilians be gassed, wounded or killed.  The civilians are responsible for their government’s crimes.  They are responsible for allowing a criminal elite to take control of their government.
Similarly, if Syrians have a good government but fail to support and defend it against attack, the Syrian civilians will be held liable for their failure.  Again, it will be fair for them to be gassed, wounded or killed by the attackers and their new government.
War may have once been “honorable” insofar as warriors fought other warriors.  The Battle of Waterloo was fought in A.D. 1815—a little less than two centuries ago.  Napoleon commanded 69,000 French soldiers; the Duke of Wellington commanded a 67,000-man Anglo-allied coalition.   Of these 136,000 warriors, about 50,000 were killed or wounded.  But virtually no civilians were killed or wounded.  In fact, civilians gathered around the perimeter of the battlefield to watch the fight, somewhat like people today gather in coliseums to watch football games or boxing matches.
Back then, warriors fought warriors but didn’t generally attack the civilians.   As a result, civilians often felt a special respect for men who were warriors. 
Today, our warriors no longer restrict their targets to enemy warriors. Instead, the modern warrior is 10 times as likely to kill a civilian as an enemy warrior.  
If war was ever “honorable” (warrior vs warrior) that time has passed.  
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Awaken the Sheeple, Obamacare drama continues, economic downturn continues as expected across the globe! Middle-East conflicts rages on, same of the same! stock market still high on Q.E. Unemployment still rising with Presstitudes lying as usual! Festive season will be a slow one, too many people struggling, setting up for an interesting 2014, that won't be a happy new year for most people!

Elderly, At Risk and Haphazardly Protected | Life and Death in Assisted Living | FRONTLINE | PBS

Elderly, At Risk and Haphazardly Protected | Life and Death in Assisted Living | FRONTLINE | PBS

Sen. Ted Cruz Opening Statement in Judiciary Subcommittee Hearing on 'St...

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Strange new land: A Syrian refugee family arrives in Austria | Marketplace.org

Strange new land: A Syrian refugee family arrives in Austria | Marketplace.org

The earliest of adopters | Marketplace.org

The earliest of adopters | Marketplace.org

Damn LIAR!

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LP Chair Geoffrey J. Neale to speak at Adam Smith Forum in Russia | Libertarian Party

LP Chair Geoffrey J. Neale to speak at Adam Smith Forum in Russia | Libertarian Party

Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis: Four New Challenges to Obamacare: Can Any of Them Possibly Work?

Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis: Four New Challenges to Obamacare: Can Any of Them Possibly Work?

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Stop Stealing to Pay for Hobbies!

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▶ AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: JFK | Extended Preview | PBS - YouTube

▶ AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: JFK | Extended Preview | PBS - YouTube

Ben Swann: Is Bitcoin Real Capitalism?

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Sen. Paul Appears on Fox's The Kelly File- October 28, 2013

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E-Cigarettes: Second-hand Smoke, Vaping, and the Price of FDA Regulations

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Save Us Chuck - Obamacare Site

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Follow the Money, Who Profits from Government.

GOP Wants Sebelius to Answer for Obamacare Rollout | The Fiscal Times

GOP Wants Sebelius to Answer for Obamacare Rollout | The Fiscal Times

Saudis in a Snit over Obama’s Mideast Policies | The Fiscal Times

Saudis in a Snit over Obama’s Mideast Policies | The Fiscal Times

GOP Budget Strategy Takes Obamacare off the Table | The Fiscal Times

GOP Budget Strategy Takes Obamacare off the Table | The Fiscal Times

Paul Krugman’s Shocking, Revisionist, and Obscurantist Views on Single Payer « naked capitalism

Paul Krugman’s Shocking, Revisionist, and Obscurantist Views on Single Payer « naked capitalism


I think Krugman gets a fat paycheck every month from the DNC.

A brief note on why the progressive blog movement failed | Ian Welsh

A brief note on why the progressive blog movement failed | Ian Welsh

The end of the New World Order | Seumas Milne | Comment is free | The Guardian

The end of the New World Order | Seumas Milne | Comment is free | The Guardian

Obama 'gave go-ahead for Merkel phone tapping' German newspaper claims | Mail Online

Obama 'gave go-ahead for Merkel phone tapping' German newspaper claims | Mail Online

Getting Angela's number NSA

The New Yorker

Who is Jeh Johnson, and Why Should Black People Be Hanging Our Heads in Shame? | Black Agenda Report

Who is Jeh Johnson, and Why Should Black People Be Hanging Our Heads in Shame? | Black Agenda Report

Experian Sold Consumer Data to ID Theft Service — Krebs on Security

Experian Sold Consumer Data to ID Theft Service — Krebs on Security

Latest Legal Challenges to the Health Law: A Guide - Wall Street Journal - WSJ.com

Latest Legal Challenges to the Health Law: A Guide - Wall Street Journal - WSJ.com

Data center glitch is latest problem in 'Obamacare' rollout | Reuters

Data center glitch is latest problem in 'Obamacare' rollout | Reuters

HealthCare.gov crashes amid changes - The Hill's Healthwatch

HealthCare.gov crashes amid changes - The Hill's Healthwatch

Daring Fireball: Thoughts and Observations Regarding This Week's Apple Event Introducing the iPad Air and Retina iPad Mini

Daring Fireball: Thoughts and Observations Regarding This Week's Apple Event Introducing the iPad Air and Retina iPad Mini

CBA spy subject's legal threat

CBA spy subject's legal threat

Wave of attacks kills scores in Iraq - Middle East - Al Jazeera English

Wave of attacks kills scores in Iraq - Middle East - Al Jazeera English

BBC NEWS | Science & Environment | Cats 'exploit' humans by purring

BBC NEWS | Science & Environment | Cats 'exploit' humans by purring

▶ Mushroom Material - YouTube

▶ Mushroom Material - YouTube

NBC News Pulls Original Article About the President Lying About ObamaCare | Independent Journal Review

NBC News Pulls Original Article About the President Lying About ObamaCare | Independent Journal Review

131029 – Weimar As A Guide | The Hyper Report

131029 – Weimar As A Guide | The Hyper Report

Monday, October 28, 2013

The evidence is clear: Fukushima radiation is still tearing up West Coast of USA

The evidence is clear: Fukushima radiation is still tearing up West Coast of USA:

'via Blog this'

Federal government planning black box vehicle mandate to track, tax and even remotely control all personal vehicles

Federal government planning black box vehicle mandate to track, tax and even remotely control all personal vehicles:

'via Blog this'

TWI reveals handheld 5 kW laser torch

TWI reveals handheld 5 kW laser torch:

'via Blog this'

Hands on with the Ego-kits mountain bike motor system

Hands on with the Ego-kits mountain bike motor system:

'via Blog this'

High School Cheerleaders’ Car Wash Shut Down Because It Violates “Environmental Laws” | Ben Swann Truth In Media

High School Cheerleaders’ Car Wash Shut Down Because It Violates “Environmental Laws” | Ben Swann Truth In Media

Will Congressman Justin Amash Lose His Seat In 2014? | Ben Swann Truth In Media

Will Congressman Justin Amash Lose His Seat In 2014? | Ben Swann Truth In Media

One year later, Oakwood Beach is lost to Sandy | Marketplace.org

One year later, Oakwood Beach is lost to Sandy | Marketplace.org

Margaret Sanger Was Anti-Abortion!?!? Peter Bagge on Planned Parenthood,...

HBO History Makers Series with Ted Koppel

Technology's Humanitarian Purposes

▶ ObamaScare: It's Coming - YouTube

▶ ObamaScare: It's Coming - YouTube

Major rally Saturday in front of the Capitol Building calling for END to mass surveillance | Libertarian Party

Major rally Saturday in front of the Capitol Building calling for END to mass surveillance | Libertarian Party

▶ Axelrod: 'Most People' Will Be Able to Keep Their Plans Under Obamacare - YouTube

▶ Axelrod: 'Most People' Will Be Able to Keep Their Plans Under Obamacare - YouTube

Welcome to the Freedom Academy

131028 – Obamawreck Distortions | The Hyper Report

131028 – Obamawreck Distortions | The Hyper Report

Data Shows Democrats Fully Embraced by Surveillance Industry

Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis: 4th and 1st Amendments Under Fire; "Everyone Spies" a Favorite Cry of US Apologists; War Against Journalists; "We Hit the Jackpot"

Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis: 4th and 1st Amendments Under Fire; "Everyone Spies" a Favorite Cry of US Apologists; War Against Journalists; "We Hit the Jackpot"

Dianne Feinstein and the NSA vs James Madison | Tenth Amendment Center

Dianne Feinstein and the NSA vs James Madison | Tenth Amendment Center

Armed Agents Seize Records Of Reporter, Washington Times Prepares Legal Action - Liberty Crier

Armed Agents Seize Records Of Reporter, Washington Times Prepares Legal Action - Liberty Crier

Texas Police Arrest Legal Gun Owners At Gun Rally - Liberty Crier

Texas Police Arrest Legal Gun Owners At Gun Rally - Liberty Crier

Fukushima nuclear plant operators prepare for dangerous procedure | South China Morning Post

Fukushima nuclear plant operators prepare for dangerous procedure | South China Morning Post

Scenes from a rally, StopWatching.us | MyFDL

Scenes from a rally, StopWatching.us | MyFDL

Federal Prosecutors, in a Policy Shift, Cite Warrantless Wiretaps as Evidence - NYTimes.com

Federal Prosecutors, in a Policy Shift, Cite Warrantless Wiretaps as Evidence - NYTimes.com

Sorry liberals, Obamacare’s problems go much deeper than the Web site

Sorry liberals, Obamacare’s problems go much deeper than the Web site

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Could the Open Source Movement Have Prevented ObamaCare’s Federal Exchange Debacle? « naked capitalism

Could the Open Source Movement Have Prevented ObamaCare’s Federal Exchange Debacle? « naked capitalism

The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity : Al-Qaeda’s Corridor Through Syria

The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity : Al-Qaeda’s Corridor Through Syria

The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity : Max Boot Justifies NSA Spying: Everybody Does It!

The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity : Max Boot Justifies NSA Spying: Everybody Does It!


Just because everybody does it, does not make it right.

The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity : A Welcome US/Saudi ‘Reset’

The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity : A Welcome US/Saudi ‘Reset’

Infographic of the Day: How Netflix Destroyed Blockbuster

Infographic of the Day: How Netflix Destroyed Blockbuster

Lou Reed, Legendary Heart - Dead At 71

▶ Gospel's Jubilee Showcase | "Willing to Wait" | PBS - YouTube

▶ Gospel's Jubilee Showcase | "Willing to Wait" | PBS - YouTube

A Short but Accurate Summation

We are in the throes of the economy of destruction. All the best jobs are in value destroying - lawyers, government "service", military industrial complex - all of it feeding on what's left of the producer class. In the end, the parasite consumes the host.

Want to know who's spying on you online? There's an app for that | ZDNet

Want to know who's spying on you online? There's an app for that | ZDNet

How the Sunni-Shia schism is dividing the world - World Politics - World - The Independent

How the Sunni-Shia schism is dividing the world - World Politics - World - The Independent

China risks turning into 'giant North Korea' says panda pundit – Telegraph Blogs

China risks turning into 'giant North Korea' says panda pundit – Telegraph Blogs

White House Scrambles to Secure Support for Obamacare | The Fiscal Times

White House Scrambles to Secure Support for Obamacare | The Fiscal Times

Police shoot and kill father while kidnapping his 3-year-old son after pot tip

Police shoot and kill father while kidnapping his 3-year-old son after pot tip

For the first time, FDA announces safety rules for pet food manufacturers (and they actually make sense)

For the first time, FDA announces safety rules for pet food manufacturers (and they actually make sense)

Army names Christians and Tea Party as terror threat

Army names Christians and Tea Party as terror threat

An Open Letter to Russell Brand - Let's Start a Revolution!

Crooked and Corrupt

Seniors Going Back To Work to Salvage Their Retirement Nest Eggs, Says AMAC - AMAC, Inc.

Seniors Going Back To Work to Salvage Their Retirement Nest Eggs, Says AMAC - AMAC, Inc.

The Two Party System in America

People who voted for Obama because they did not like Bush wound up with a continuation of the big government policies of the Bush administration on fast forward. They were sold a bill of goods as were the people who voted for Bush thinking he would be better than Clinton. The two party system has failed us and are no different from each other on the big issues like more government, wars, and spying. They argue about a few issues to make us believe we actually have a choice.

What We Saw At The Anti-NSA "Stop Watching Us" Rally

Friday, October 25, 2013

Aging Well: Keeping Blood Sugar Low May Protect Memory : The Salt : NPR

Aging Well: Keeping Blood Sugar Low May Protect Memory : The Salt : NPR

Silicon supercapacitor could store electricity inside a silicon chip

Silicon supercapacitor could store electricity inside a silicon chip

▶ The Truth About Obamacare - YouTube

▶ The Truth About Obamacare - YouTube

▶ Carney: 'Good Reporters' Cover Obamacare Successes - YouTube

▶ Carney: 'Good Reporters' Cover Obamacare Successes - YouTube

A Road Less Taken: Energy Choices for the Future on Vimeo

A Road Less Taken: Energy Choices for the Future on Vimeo

- Pruning Shears - Union and third party leaders not fighting, not present

- Pruning Shears - Union and third party leaders not fighting, not present

New optical disc can store information "for a billion years"

New optical disc can store information "for a billion years"

Mark Twain Plays With Electricity in Nikola Tesla’s Lab (Photo, 1894) | Open Culture

Mark Twain Plays With Electricity in Nikola Tesla’s Lab (Photo, 1894) | Open Culture

NSA Hacked Email Account of Mexican President - SPIEGEL ONLINE

NSA Hacked Email Account of Mexican President - SPIEGEL ONLINE

Israel issues warning on report on Iran bomb

Israel issues warning on report on Iran bomb

Shelf Life | The Nation On Tocqueville

Shelf Life | The Nation

White House delays ObamaCare sign-up amid midterm fears - The Hill's Healthwatch

White House delays ObamaCare sign-up amid midterm fears - The Hill's Healthwatch

Op-Ed Shakespeare | The Weekly Standard

Op-Ed Shakespeare | The Weekly Standard

7.5 EQ, Tsunami, 60mph winds and Fukushima

Why Call Centers Can't Save Obamacare | The Fiscal Times

Why Call Centers Can't Save Obamacare | The Fiscal Times

American Student Slashed In London, Police Eye “Muslims Patrols” - The Daily Beast

American Student Slashed In London, Police Eye “Muslims Patrols” - The Daily Beast

Sen. Reid thinks YOU WANT to pay more taxes.

Former Obama Chief of Staff: Obamacare Rollout Comparable to the Titanic Hitting the Iceberg - YouTube

Former Obama Chief of Staff: Obamacare Rollout Comparable to the Titanic Hitting the Iceberg - YouTube

Obamacare Nullification Hearings Scheduled! - Liberty Crier

Obamacare Nullification Hearings Scheduled! - Liberty Crier

Raising Adam Lanza | FRONTLINE | PBS

Raising Adam Lanza | FRONTLINE | PBS

Rubio: Piecemeal Approach to Immigration the Way to Go