Friday, March 20, 2009 22:43
Gun Law Guts 2nd Amendment Privacy
A shocking new gun control law recently introduced in Albany County
is being labeled the most draconian piece of anti-second amendment legislation
yet seen. The law requires buyers of all ammunition, even shotgun pellets,
to provide their drivers license, state their purpose for buying the
ammunition, and have the information retained and accessible by law
enforcement for no less than 10 years.
Fed Did It, and Greenspan Should Admit It
In his Wall Street Journal article from March 11, 2009, former Fed chairman
Alan Greenspan rejects the idea that the Fed’s low-interest-rate
policy between December 2000 and June 2004 fueled the housing bubble,
which in turn laid the foundation for the current economic crisis.
Governor Stands Behind MIAC Smear Report
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has defended a report issued by the Missouri
Information Analysis Center that smears Ron Paul supporters, people
who have knowledge of the U.S. Constitution, and people who display
political bumper stickers as potential domestic terrorists.
Mother of All Depressions (MOAD)
The US government lit the fuse to the $683 trillion dollar derivative’s
debt bomb on Wednesday March 18, 2009 with the announcement the Fed
would purchase $300 billion dollars worth of US Treasury used toilet
paper and an additional $750 billion dollars worth of mortgage backed
used toilet paper. CBS:
Rapists allowed to join US military
The military is increasingly issuing something called “moral waivers,”
so they can enlist military personnel with felony convictions for crimes
like rape and sexual assault.
Environment Head Wants Global Warming Tax
You won’t find them calling it by that name, but the “New
Green Deal” being proposed by the Obama administration, as well
as U.N. environment agency head Achim Steiner, is nothing more than
a global warming tax designed to further castrate U.S. sovereignty and
geld Americans to accept increasingly centralized global regulations.
to three million march in French mass protest
In a record turn-out, as many as three million people hit the streets
in France on Thursday (19 March) to protest against the government’s
economic policies in response to the global crisis, according to
union estimates. The numbers were closer to 1.2 million, say the
kills 11 insurgents in Iraq: US military
A US airstrike north of Baghdad reportedly killed eleven insurgents,
but there is no word on whether or not any civilians were hit. According
to an Iraqi official, the strike took place on the eve of the six-year
invasion of Iraq by a US-led coalition.
Obama Deception: A Call to Action
As we stand on the precipice of a new world order… Will you
just sit back and watch or stand up and make your voice heard? So
many are asleep, wrapped up their day to day lives. If you are awake,
it is your responsibility to wake others! Spread the word, take