The Disturbing Aftermath of 9/11

The devil is in the details. And the devil is busy with these folks!

Covert Geopolitics

The day will live in infamy, the attacks planned well in advance. Bin Laden and so-called “crazed Arabs” had nothing to do with destroying the twin towers and striking the Pentagon.

The Big Lie persists. Most Americans no longer believe the the 9/11 whitewash commission’s official account of what happened.

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Term Limits: A Palliative not a Cure

The other side of the coin is OUR involvement in picking the candidates. We need to join our County Committee and only present Conservative, Constitutionally oriented candidates.

Publius-Huldah's Blog

By Publius Huldah

What’s the real problem with our federal government? That people in Congress serve too many terms? And if we get an Amendment to limit their terms, our Land will be healed?

Of course not! The real problem is that the politicians we elect ignore our Constitution – yet we keep reelecting them.

As a result, the federal government exercises thousands of powers not delegated; but everyone goes along with it. The States get federal funds for going along with unconstitutional federal programs; the People get all sorts of benefits, subsidies, and free stuff; and many live altogether at other peoples’ expense. And all this free money is added to the national debt.1

Members of Congress also profit from ignoring our Constitution: By exercising the thousands of powers not delegated, they obtain endless opportunities to become rich, powerful, and important.

So, unless we turn over a new…

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Kids Conflate Information and Wisdom: Easy Marks for Liberal Rhetoric

We have to enlighten the youngsters and introduce them to Freedom and Liberty.

Jane Republican

When I was a kid, a teenager, and yes, a young adult (I’m that old) the internet did not exist.  I was in my early to mid-twenties when the internet came to my home.  And by “my home” I mean my parents home.  I don’t think I had my own computer with internet access at my own place of residence until I was at least 28 years old.

It’s hard for young people today to envision a world without computers.  Every child and teen has a computer at their fingertips 24/7.  Literally, at their fingertips with an iPhone.  If they want to know an answer to a burning question….any question at all, or if they just want to keep up with what’s happening in the world at large, they can access that information instantaneously.

When I was growing up kids and teens weren’t all that interested in the world at…

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