Few Americans seem to comprehend what is unfolding in the Middle East – with the latest conflict involving Saudi airstrikes against the Houthi rebels who now control Yemen’s capital of Sanaa. In this swirl of regional wars, it’s often not clear where the U.S. government stands and how American interests are affected.
Freedom, as people enjoyed it in the democratic countries of Western civilization in the years of the old liberalism’s triumph, was not a product of constitutions, bills of rights, laws, and statutes. Those documents aimed only at safeguarding liberty and freedom, firmly established by the operation of the market economy, against encroachments on the part of officeholders.
I’m not sure whether this was the work of Mae Brussell or the author of this post, Penn Jones, Jr. It is lengthy, but fascinating and an easy read. It’s been around for a very long time, but somehow I didn’t see it until a couple of days ago.
Among the listed mysterious deaths was Dorothy Kilgallen! We oldtimers remember her well.
Almost any war in the history of the United States is eligible for revisionist history. I have said before that what we need is a multi-volume study of America’s wars. Each volume would examine one war. It would answer three questions:
1. How did the United States get into the war?
2. How was the war paid for?
3. What were the social and economic results of the war?
Ron Vrooman, a friend and also a Member here, who now very much involved with common law as a defendant battling his local school board in Beaveron OR and it’s gendarme. Among the information he sent me was the following:
It only takes 29 people in each state to move the county…
Now, a new technology based upon the amazing properties of graphene to convert light to electricity is showing signs of surpassing silicon as the most efficient path toward potential free energy. And even if it comes up short of that lofty goal, it still might revolutionize computing and electronics.
INTERESTING NEWS came out of the Internal Revenue Service on 22 Jun 2011 ..
CAIR has LOST its 501(c)(3) /TAX-EXEMPT/ Status .. for violations of the reporting requirements ..
Here’s what is missing .. and why they lost that status ..
— “Under a new federal law, effective starting for tax years ending on or after Dec. 31, 2007, if an organization fails to file either Form 990-N, Form 990 or Form 990 EZ for three consecutive years, its tax-exempt status will automatically be revoked”
— “The annual reports include financial information on donations and other sources of income, operating expenses and names and payments given to directors and key staff members.”
(NOTE: The CAIR Foundation won exempt status in 2007 and then never filed any annual reports)
Therefore .. by NOT filing these reports .. CAIR Was automatically PURGED from the list of Tax-Exempt Organizations ..
(AND .. more importantly … DONATIONS to CAIR is no Longer Tax Deductible despite what their website states!)
Our country was founded upon freedom from oppression. Are we still free from oppression? How oppressive are taxes? How oppressive are laws defining behavior? How oppressive are dictates by Presidents and agencies that are not representative of the people’s wishes? Is America actually a free country.
If you have not read about the American company PlasmERG, and their “Plasmic Transition Process”, you should do so immediately. Their technology offers a solution the energy crisis, a way to end the use of fossil fuels, and the potential to jump start a new technological age — among other benefits!