Blacks Waking Up To Mental Slavery (VIDEO)

October 28th, 2014

I applaud the men on this video for seeing how their neighborhoods and people have been driven to dependence upon government by voices and policies of the Democrat party. Like any other man, they want jobs, opportunities, and business ownership (mom and pop capitalism) as opposed to public housing, public assistance, and mental slavery.

Remember, take this a step further, this is more than Democrats driving people to dependence upon Big Brother, it is the hidden hand of communists and globalists. Don’t forget that.

CDC Admits Ebola Is Airborne… Almost… Sort Of…

October 27th, 2014

The CDC, who has either handled the seriousness of Ebola with the dumbest people they could find within their ranks or simply planned to keep us in the dark this long for nefarious reasons, has a new poster claiming Ebola isn’t airborne but it can be passed within 3 feet from one person to another. Sounds airborne. I claimed it was airborne long ago. What took the CDC so long?

Here’s how the CDC differentiates between airborne and droplet:

Airborne spread happens when a germ floats through the air after a person talks, coughs, or sneezes. Germs may land in the eyes, mouth, or nose of another person. If a germ is airborne, direct contact with the infected person is NOT needed for someone else to get sick. Airborne spread diseases include: chickenpox, tuberculosis.

Droplet spread happens when germs traveling inside droplets that are coughed or sneezed from a sick person enter the eyes, nose, or mouth of another person. Droplets travel short distances, less than 3 feet (1 meter) from one person to another. A person might also get infected by touching a surface or object that has germs on it and then touching their mouth or nose. Droplet spread diseases include: plague, Ebola.

There is no difference within the definitions. Ebola can be spread via coughing and sneezing which makes it highly contagious. In a nutshell… Ebola is airborne. The politically correct lingo is mind-boggling. The CDC appears to be like any other political party. They don’t want to admit that they are wrong and will do anything to keep themselves appearing that they are in control and know exactly what they are talking about. Yet when things like this come out, they appear more inept than ever.

NYPD Discard Ebola Items In Public Trash! (VIDEO)

October 24th, 2014

If the incompetence of our elected officials and the CDC hasn’t made you think twice, making you wonder if commonsense exists regarding the dangers of Ebola… this may. The clip shows NYPD’s finest (police officers) placing their gloves, face masks and caution tape in a public trashcan and then walking away from the scene outside the Harlem apartment of Dr. Spencer, who last night became the fourth confirmed Ebola victim in the United States.

Shouldn’t those discarded items be considered a bio-hazard?

Police-State And Sheep (VIDEO)

October 23rd, 2014

The following video shows a musician legally performing in the subway. He is a great performer and not in anyone’s way nor is he bothering or impeding passerby’s. The police officer harasses this guy even after reading what the law states… that the musician is within his legal right to perform there. Ultimately the musician is arrested as onlookers protest. Who are the sheep here? I say those documenting the incident and the protesters who speak up are the sheep. They live in fear of the police state even when abuse is occurring right before their eyes by those who are supposed to uphold the law (the growing police-state). For the record… I’m not one of those rabid anti-police “progressives”. I support justice. Not abuse.

CDC vs. EBOLA

October 15th, 2014

The Sporting Mentality

October 15th, 2014

This evening I watched a fantastic documentary on HBO called, Sport in America. I say it’s fantastic because it’s about how sports (the game, the players, and the sports fans) affect one another. It encompasses the sports world and how that huge part of our American fabric has affected us, how we live our lives, who we choose to be. It’s bigger than simply a baseball game on television. People who enjoy each others company; people who have suffered personal tragedy; people who need someone to look up to; people who need to escape the daily grind… all these people watching this supposed “simple game” have something in common. They pray for a win. They celebrate the accomplishments of that moment. They are united as fans of the team and the individual players upon the game field. It’s a coming together of people no matter the background for several hours where memories are cemented for a lifetime.

Sports games, sports television, sport books, and sporting memorabilia intertwine the fabric of this nation (and other nations too). People come together to cheer their team and favorite players on. It’s a time to support not just impending greatness but one’s community. Tears of joy for the score and tears of pain for the loss are shared regardless. It’s unity, win or die, that is a deep bond for those few “game time” hours. Ultimately it’s much more than a game. It’s a celebration of life embodied by player and fan alike. A dance of physical and heartfelt moments.

It is this palpable, blaring passion that solidifies us (for a time), united. Even beyond the games and gamesmanship many of us have been influenced by not just the actions of our sports heroes but by their words too. Think of all the coaching and motivational books that has come from professional sports. People who have nothing to do with sporting games have been motivated in some sense by books written by players and coaches alike. Well-written, experienced material has been published for us to study and use within our own lives so that we can hopefully score a home run on the job or achieve some other success in our lives. These books are a testimony to how powerful, positive, and uplifting the sports world is.

Watching the HBO documentary I wondered how United States citizens could be motivated to feel as much passion for the Bill of Rights and the US Constitution like they do their favorite sports team? It sounds crazy. I know. You’re wondering how I went from the greatness of sports to the founding documents of our land. If you sit down and think about it, it’s not so crazy. We cherish winners. Offense, defense, plays, scores. It’s all for us to witness. The team and its players who work the hardest earn the prize while our adoring eyes watch. Still what of freedom? Freedom is as American as baseball and apple pie. It’s easy to escape the daily grind and bow out for a few hours. It feels good. But if freedom, yours and mine, is mandated, supported, and written in ink upon a large paper called, the Bill of Rights and the Constitution of the United States of America, it makes me wonder why we as a people, citizens of this great nation, don’t unite under the banner of freedom and purge our homeland of corrupt, corporate CEO’s, shady politicians, and globalists? How can we stand tall with our hands on our hearts at a game and Pledge Allegiance to the Flag (not our government) or sing America the Beautiful with sincerity while it’s all being flushed down the toilet by enemies within our political body?

You can see where I’m going with this, right? I’m not writing to denigrate sports. It has done so much for so many; motivational-wise, economically, and spiritually too. With that said, what have we done, you and I, to keep our freedoms alive? If we can believe in the impending touchdown no matter the odds and be so emotionally invested in our sports heroes, why can’t we feel the same for America and the hard working people who still call it home? Why can’t we come together and strive for this nation’s winning touchdown, no matter the odds?

I’m not writing to say, “Why can’t we?” I’m trying to clarify, to get across that we can cast our divisions aside and unite in agreement. We can take our homeland back. America has been spoiled by corruption from the top down. Our nation is like a baseball team that has struggled to make it to game 7 of the World Series. Powerful enough to get this far yet barely standing like a stunned boxer. The tools are there, ready to be used but the willpower is lacking. The only power demonstrated by American citizens has been the worship of sports games the many other manufactured realities laid out before us for rapid consumption.

Besides sports, all of the manufactured realities alluded too are also a part of the fabric that makes us who we are as a nation. That’s a problem. The unreal has become all too real. Too meaningful. We have become blind to the problems around us and incredibly self-absorbed. Yet it’s quite simple. The bulk of our major problems; war, illegal invaders, abusers of our free market system, welfare growth, joblessness, homelessness, foreign viruses… they stem from the ineptness and failure of the US Government from the top down. The failure to support the middle-class, small businesses, traditional family values, and our founding laws. What they have done is created an environment popular for multinational corporations, foreign investors, drug dealers, communists, and atheists. The God in our spirit and heart has been replaced by humanism and globalism. The past mantra of independence has been replaced with the new goals of dependence.

So if we can unite as strangers for a sports team, why can’t we unite as strangers to take back our homeland?

A question to ponder.

World Health Organization Admits Ebola Is Airborne!

October 8th, 2014

WHO has finally admitted that Ebola has gone airborne; meaning people can catch this horrific virus like the common cold by breathing the same air an infected person nearby has or simply by touching an object that an infected person has previously come in contact with.

The CDC has been lying all along to the American people when it claimed that Ebola could only be passed via bodily fluid contact; such as how HIV is passed. Army doctors and researchers from the Infectious Disease Department has known this about Ebola for years, never ruling it out. Documentation demonstrates aerosolized Ebola being used to contaminate pigs and monkeys. This is old news that has been hidden from the American public and other countries as well. The question is why?

Going back a few months, I speculated that Ebola was airborne. I knew, that after health care staff, including doctors, were coming down with Ebola that something in the media’s reporting didn’t add up. How was this virus infecting people exponentially if health care workers were taking the proper protective measures? Supposedly it could only be passed via bodily fluids. In Africa, thousands of citizens aren’t running around touching each others open wounds and bathing in blood. There was and is only one answer. It went airborne. How can a few hundred cases turn into 10,000+ cases in a matter of months? Once again, Ebola is airborne.

We know that when combating viruses, whether it’s the common cold or something far worse we tend to stay home from work or school. We isolate ourselves so that we don’t get others within our community sick. This is common practice. Yet, Tom Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, last Friday said restricting travel between the U.S. and West Africa would likely “backfire” and put Americans more at risk of contracting Ebola.

Did you read that? The man in charge of the CDC, a professional who’s duty it is to safeguard American citizens from viruses and diseases claims that our borders should remain open as that is safer than isolating the populace from the deadly Ebola virus. Insane, incompetent, or dare I ask… planned?

Currently we have an Enterovirus D68 that has literally infected hundreds of school children, paralyzed some, and killed others. The Enterovirus D68 is supposedly more common in Latin America, not the United States. Yet it’s here in over 40 states according to media outlets. Could this be related to the mass invasion by the southern illegals? How about Ebola? When will that be an emergency? When it’s also found in 40+ states?

Our country, more specifically, our politicians have become so politically correct that their policies have froze American progress. Progress used to be about the success of mom and pop stores, the best education system in the world, the greatest medical care on earth, traditional families, and enjoying the fruits of one’s labor. What happened to that? What happened to simplicity?

If we keep this up the only thing standing will be Ebola. Our dear leader’s policies dictate it to be so.

A hot mic caught reporters expressing their amazement at a White House Ebola press conference, with one journalist remarking, “we’re screwed.”

Trends Tell No Lies! Prices Up, Up, Up!

June 12th, 2014

The following historical charts for commodities (products we all must purchase) demonstrate an upward trend; corn, beef, fuel, wood, etc.

When assessing the charts remember to keep in mind your real wages after taxes. Don’t forget the cost of medicine, car repairs, home repairs, school, childcare, and monthly bills. Now throw a date night in. Add all your wage and expense factors in along with the upward trends demonstrated below and you can see that life is getting more expensive. The upward trends will not decrease in any meaningful, long term way.

COMMODITY FOOD PRICE INDEX - 10 YEAR CHART

Description: Commodity Food Price Index, 2005 = 100, includes Cereal, Vegetable Oils, Meat, Seafood, Sugar, Bananas, and Oranges Price Indices

COMMODITY FUEL PRICE INDEX - 10 YEAR CHART

Description: Commodity Fuel (energy) Index, 2005 = 100, includes Crude oil (petroleum), Natural Gas, and Coal Price Indices

CRUDE OIL PRICE INDEX - 10 YEAR CHART

Description: Crude Oil (petroleum), Price index, 2005 = 100, simple average of three spot prices; Dated Brent, West Texas Intermediate, and the Dubai Fateh

COMMODITY AGRICULTURAL RAW MATERIALS PRICE INDEX - 10 YEAR CHART

Description: Commodity Agricultural Raw Materials Index, 2005 = 100, includes Timber, Cotton, Wool, Rubber, and Hides Price Indices

COMMODITY METALS PRICE INDEX - 10 YEAR CHART

Description: Commodity Metals Price Index, 2005 = 100, includes Copper, Aluminum, Iron Ore, Tin, Nickel, Zinc, Lead, and Uranium Price Indices

BLM & Government Monopolies

April 30th, 2014

Monopoly

Doing a bit of research into the underhanded tactics of the BLM (Bureau of Land Management/federal government), some local government decisions, and various eminent domain actions it amazes me that more Cliven Bundy’s haven’t popped up to take on the collectivist actions of the taking of private property rights and actual land away from American citizens by government officials.

The following excerpt sums up much of the problem nicely.

A Breitbart article: Last May, U.S. District Court Judge Robert C. Jones ruled that “the government and the agents of the government in that locale, sometime in the ’70s and ’80s, entered into a conspiracy, a literal, intentional conspiracy, to deprive the Hages of not only their permit grazing rights, for whatever reason, but also to deprive them of their vested property rights under the takings clause, and I find that that’s a sufficient basis to hold that there is irreparable harm if I don’t… restrain the government from continuing in that conduct.”

Judge Jones found the government’s demand for trespass fines and damages from innocent ranchers to be “abhorrent to the Court and I express on the record my offense of my own conscience in that conduct. That’s not just simply following the law and pursuing your management right, it evidences an actual intent to destroy their water rights, to get them off the public lands.”

Read the entire article HERE!

Assessing the judges statement against the BLM one would think he was about to sentence members of a notorious, organized crime family. The language is strong… condemning. And rightly so. Just because a branch of the government says something is so doesn’t make it true. Remember the moniker “Question authority”? It’s an important one in this modern day of overzealous, government incursions into our personal wealth, private lives, and private property.

Government, especially the Feds, is not God or even a powerful deity. It is made up of people who have a strong desire to tell citizens what they must and must not do. When one looks at current politics of our federal government it is clear that there is a war for public approval between two forces; the promise of socialism & the far reach of government versus the system of self-responsibility/capitalism, business models, and private wealth/private property.

Liberal groups (socialist & communists) blast business owners and capitalists as “evil”, greedy, selfish, and unfair. Liberals say these folks create the ills of the world and inequality for all. Yet the libs will promote liberal government policies as if they are well-thought out and can do no wrong. Policies that take hard earned capital from the middle-class plus the wealthier and give it to the “needy”. Only if these extremists could take a step back and realize that it is the federal government that is not the savior they claim it to be.

Ever notice how the common political answer to any problem is to simply throw money at it? They throw money at the education system yet US students continue to fall behind the world in test scores. They throw money at social programs yet more people become homeless all the time. We can even look at people who win the lottery. People who have no clue about money win millions and they blow through it like nothing. They end up broke. The money didn’t solve their problems. Their problems were only exacerbated. Big government, monstrous social programs, and unchecked spending is not the answer for society unless the true intent is to destroy it for some other model – a model of dependency.

Allowing the Federal Government to outright own and “manage” land can be beneficial in some cases. But they are literally creating a monopoly of American land. America is not government. America is the citizen, The People. Remember that. Government simply steers the nation in a direction. The People actually man the sails if willing.

Read some of the following stats about how much land is owned by the Feds. It blows the mind.

Today the federal government owns and manages roughly 635-640 million acres of land. Four agencies manage 609 million acres of this land: in the Department of the Interior (DOI), the National Park Service (NPS) manages 80 million acres, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) manages 248 million acres, and the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) manages 89 million acres (plus 217 million acres of marine refuges and monuments); and in the Department of Agriculture, the Forest Service (USFS) manages 193 million acres. Most of these lands are in the West, including Alaska. In addition, the Department of Defense administers 19 million acres in military bases, training ranges, and more. The remaining several million acres (estimated) are managed by a variety of government agencies.

Can you imagine the outcry from the liberals and the conservatives too if one corporation owned all of this land? 640 million acres! For what? I mean whatever happened to 40 acres and a mule at the end of slavery? Government is very greedy no matter the party. They benefit while citizens struggle under the weight of their Frankenstein policies.

Let’s take this exposure a step further. Beyond the hundreds of millions of acres that the Feds “own” (Should they even own land when it belongs to The People?) think about all the resources they control. I don’t simply mean natural resources which are highly important but think about the flow of cash, the creation of laws, the passing of bills, the arm of the military… they control all of that and so much more. Yet the libs scream about a business owner owning several corner stores and saving for a nice retirement? That is one-sided extremism at its finest.

It’s absolutely moronic to think that the government “owns” anything when it is our tax dollars that fund it in the first place. Today we literally fund our competitor (government) so it can buyout or intimidate land away from citizens with it’s well-staffed law offices and well-armed BLM thugs.

How can a struggling rancher, farmer or land owner fight such a force? They have limited money and families to support. Litigation and the fees are exhaustive. Meanwhile the government continues to take more of our personal wealth in the form of taxes and land. It’s a vicious cycle that isn’t recognized by many of the American people. In the meantime the power of government agencies like the BLM continues to grow just as the federal government’s monopoly on land, wealth, natural resources, and power does… and liberty and freedom fade.

Bundy’s Narrative Skewed By Media Matters?

April 25th, 2014

I can’t keep up with the minute-by minute-changes that occur in the news and that includes the Bundy Ranch standoff with the Feds. The Feds will certainly come back. They’re just regrouping, I’m sure.

It came out that Mr. Bundy is a racist. I read the interview and I immediately pulled back. My reaction was admittedly knee-jerk. More evidence has recently come to light. An actual video of what he said appears to exonerate him as a hater.

After I watched the following video, when it was made available to me, it appears that he isn’t a racist. He isn’t a hater. Yes, he uses old, backward terminology; such as “Negro”, but he doesn’t hate on anyone except for government policies that hinder people’s growth. In fact he states that the Mexicans have strong family ties and that the white man could take a page from them. I agree. White folks should be more into their families.

Still it doesn’t change the fact that he brought race up. I don’t think he should have. That is such a volatile issue that can blow up in anyone’s face if not handled correctly. Mr. Bundy appears to be a good guy but sometimes he takes on too much. And taking his lecture out of context doesn’t help. Shame on Media Matters for doing that. By the way… isn’t Media Matters funded by George Soros?

Here’s the video. Watch the entire clip and judge for yourself.