Wednesday, December 23, 2015

The government giveth, the government taketh away

"In addition, the glitch caused the IRS to issue another $19 million in refunds that should have been flagged as potentially fraudulent, inspectors found."
IRS Mistakenly Issued $46 Million in Tax Refunds Due to Glitch 

How many pages are there in the U.S. tax code - WTF fun facts

In our next story TheGreat One is vindcated all over again:
Feds working to put SC ‘Sovereign Citizens’ in prison for getting huge income tax refunds

Perhaps 10 years ago various people we knew discovered this process and ecstatically cashed in big. If any actually got to keep the money, it was precious few. Most get themselves in serious trouble, because when the IRS giveth back, it's often in a pharaonic sense (revisit book of Exodus).

If something looks too good to be true, it probably is. Not always, but mostly.


Thursday, December 17, 2015

Some federal taxes actually get stalled

I think it was the great Michael Rivero that reported that Obamacare isn't expected to last two more years, it's so unpopular and all-fired disastrous. Yummy:

ObamaCare fear after tax freeze
    ObamaCare advocates are growing fearful that several key taxes frozen in Wednesday’s budget deal will never go into effect.
    The pair of budget deals negotiated by congressional leaders would halt or delay three ObamaCare taxes, forcing the president to make his biggest concession yet since his healthcare law was passed.
    Hours after the deal was announced, White House spokesman Josh Earnest downplayed the biggest change – a delay of the Cadillac tax – as “minimal.” But supporters of the law say they’re worried that the delay of these taxes, until after Obama leaves office, will ultimately lead to their demise.....

Wicked pedia: "Informally, a Cadillac plan is any unusually expensive health insurance plan, usually arising in discussions of medical-cost control measures in the United States." Now that's pretty cheeky slang, isn't it!

More good news -- some crooked lawyers actually get put out of business by courts! Here's just one of the thousands of rich, strange tidbits at

In November, lawyer Michael Petersen of Appleton, Wisconsin, was ordered by county judge Philip Kirk (in a sentence for contempt of court) to inform every client he acquires in the following 12 months that Petersen is a "crook," "cheat," "thief" and "liar." Kirk concluded that Peterson had lied about a plea deal with the prosecutor and created phony documents for backup, leading a client to plead guilty to armed robbery when the prosecutor said there was never such a deal. According to the Appleton Post Crescent, Kirk (after dressing down Petersen in colorful language) told him, "I want you to have as much business as a pimp in a nursing home." [Appleton Post Crescent, 11-19-2015]

The "weird" or "odd" news category -- one joint that never stops jumpin'. Michael Rivero's What Really Happened broadcast, one of the greatest things in radio on the air or offline. Check it out!


Sunday, December 13, 2015

War of stances between citizen and "city hall"

Our position is the reasonable demand for freedom, truth and justice -- notably from GOVERNMENT to US. Bureaucrats' position is that whatever they do is perfect and correct -- that anybody challenging them is mentally ill, a "danger to others and themselves"......

Man Arrested After Trying To Pay Taxes With $1 Bills

Our position is that taxes are multiple, five ten or 20 times as high as they should be, and that at and point of interchange, the System refuses to give us any respect much less a serious hearing. We're not learning ANY of the backstory on this particular matter, but you can rest assured there is one favoring the "little man".

Click the link -- it's quite rich. Links are clickable here now. Do some living!


Wednesday, December 9, 2015

From an important, totally neglected aggregator

The federal government confiscated more property from citizens (through "civil asset forfeiture") in 2014 than burglars did, according to FBI figures publicized by the independent Institute for Justice (and that did not count state and local government seizures, which are not uniformly reported). None of the governments is bound by law to await convictions before exercising seizure rights. (Some of the seized assets must eventually be returned to private-party victims, but news reports abound of suddenly enriched police departments and other agencies being "gifted" with brand-new cars and other assets acquired from suspects never convicted of crimes.) [Washington Post, 11-23-2015]

Are We Safe? As News of the Weird chronicled in 2010 and 2011, Iraqi police (either corrupt or sincerely unsophisticated) continued to purchase worthless bomb "detectors" to use at checkpoints in Baghdad, instilling residents with a false sense of security, with the result that hundreds of people died in supposedly safe neighborhoods. Briton James McCormick, the most successful con man/seller, is serving a 10-year sentence for the "ADE 651" (which, somehow, Baghdad police continued to buy long after the U.S. had warned of the scam). Since then, more bogus detectors have been peddled to Thailand and other governments. In November 2015, London's The Independent, in a dispatch from the Egyptian resort Sharm el-Sheikh, reports that luxury hotels' security officers are now using similar bogus detectors to reassure tourists frightened by the recent terrorism-suspected Russian plane crash in Egypt. [The Independent, 11-10-2015]


Friday, December 4, 2015

MSN reveals itself as total axe-grinding re freedom breakthrough

To those in the laughably misnamed "mainstream" media, there is no such thing as a tax patriot or even a legitimate tax resister. Often called the propaganda arm of government, the cartel media have one goal -- to further the tyrannical "new world order" featuring total tax vampirism. No, if you have a disagreement with the IRS and believe (esp. if per the Constitution or Bible) you have a natural God-given right to the full fruit of your labors, YOU ARE A "CHEAT".

This is not just another tax headline, gang. It's an example of how great news can still happen every day, even as Amerika crumbles down to its last few atoms! If only you'd join us at, you'll see where considerable good news including technological has been racked up recently.


IRS loses hundreds of criminal agents as tax cheats take heart

Sunday, November 1, 2015

Most unusual alternative to fiat "money"

Artisanal Currency, a Refreshing and Totally Legal Way to Pay

Have you ever seen currency notes so beautiful that you’d actually hesitate to spend them? Well, they’re called ‘artisanal currency’, and they’re all the rage in several parts of the world, including London, Amsterdam, and New York. The concept is quite similar to artisanal coffee, cheese, or chocolate that is handmade, not mass produced.


According to The New York Times, “these are small-batch currencies designed by locals and lovingly handled by millennials, who came of age during the rise of the Internet.” Interestingly, this local currency is not meant to be a collectible, but is legally accepted at cash-only community businesses so that the money stays within the town or district.

London’s Brixton district, for example, has its own artisanal currency designed by award-winning artist Jeremy Deller. His £5 notes feature a “fuzzy, psychedelic image of an androgynous face surrounded by rainbow clouds and swirling etchings.” Deller said that he wanted to create “something old-fashioned looking, something almost pre-currency.” And the people of Brixton are quite pleased with their own special pound notes. “I’d be more inclined to save money if it all looked like that,” said Ewan Graham, a 31-year-old architect.......

Click for the rest of the article -- please! It's long, historical, current, exciting and profusely illustrated. (Have you noticed? Links are clickable here now.)

The "weird" or "odd" news category is often where you find the least weird, most promisingly normal and healthy news items, many of which are considered trash by the so-called mainstream media. I strongly urge keeping up with them notable, and . Mind you, it's also where you see the worst of human nature writ large -- which is also something I think we all need to do in our quest for the totality of timely truth. 

To all who can answer why the last word in our title is in sarcasm quote marks, a special treat is in store.


Thursday, October 29, 2015

Book: Roger Stone’s and Robert Morrow’s “The Clintons’ War on Women”

Liberalism is not what people think. Everything about it is a lie. It's hell on an economy -- everybody knows that -- but also on the poor, minorities and other putative victim groups. Here comes a new study on just how rotten the Clintons, the very personification of liberalism, are toward the fair sex.

Excellent Exposé: Breaking the Protective Shell of the Clinton's "Elite Deviance"

This book should certainly have never been necessary. Clinton was fully revealed in the national media as a serial rapist in the midst of his (ugh) presidency, so why women haven't at least totally abandoned him by now is one of the mysteries of the universe. But Hillary too is viciously anti-woman as you'll see, going way back in time. I like this part of the above article:

“In fact, the Clinton Foundation is a slush fund for grifters. Both Clintons are notorious moochers. The pizza delivery boy who recalled delivering pizza to Hillary’s dorm room at Wellesley College recalled being stiffed on any tips, and Bill Clinton notoriously carried no cash, leaning on friends and associates to pick up the tabs for his meals, drinks, and revelry.”

What makes this book stand apart from the other Clinton exposés is that it encompasses the full range of their misdeeds, rather than focusing on single issues, as do the books by such notable authors as Edward Klein, Peter Schweizer and others. As Roger Stone wrote in the Introduction, “This book doesn’t focus on Monica Lewinsky, Whitewater, or the Clinton pardons. Instead, it’s about the many, many ways in which the Clintons have been tied to sexual abuse, cover-ups, strong-arm tactics, drugs, lies, and the intimidation of victims.”

It's remarkable that people can take the Clintons so casually, acting as if they're human. I don't think they are.


Wednesday, October 28, 2015

"House committee chairman moves to impeach IRS chief"

Being as cynical as I am about the political firmament, I can't help wondering what the ulterior motive is here. He's not up for re-election >:-)
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Republican chairman of a powerful House committee moved Tuesday to impeach the head of the Internal Revenue Service, saying he violated the public trust and obstructed congressional investigations into the treatment of conservative groups.
   Rep. Jason Chaffetz of Utah said IRS Commissioner John Koskinen failed to comply with a congressional subpoena, allowed documents to be destroyed and misled the public. Chaffetz chairs the House Oversight Committee, which has been investigating the IRS for more than two years.
   Chaffetz called impeachment an appropriate tool to restore public confidence in the IRS and "demonstrate to the American people that the IRS is under repair."
   The impeachment bid comes less than a week after the Justice Department said no IRS official will face criminal charges in the political controversy over the processing of applications by groups seeking tax-exempt status.
   The decision closed a two-year investigation into accusations that stoked outrage among Republicans in Congress, who alleged bias in the tax agency's treatment of conservative and tea party groups in seeking the tax-exempt designation..........

Koskinen is pretty obviously a Finnish name, but Wikipedia is oddly close-mouthed as to his parentage.

Not feeling hypertense at the System yet? Try this -- and please pass it on:
10 Taxpayer Handouts to the Super Rich That Will Make Your Blood Boil

The dollar amounts here remind us again of how incredibly many filthy rich people there are, and how disconnected from reality these opulently-educated one-percenters are.


Sunday, October 25, 2015

Just when you think it's reached bottom, the bottom falls out

Cops Now Using Prepaid Card Readers To Rob Motorists Of Digital Funds On Roadside

Civil asset forfeiture (CAF) is coming under increased criticism around the country, as the immoral nature of this drug war weapon becomes exposed. New Mexico became the first state to make meaningful reforms, and even law enforcement officers are speaking out against CAF.

CAF amounts to outright theft from innocent people since cash and assets can be taken with no conviction of a crime. It brings millions in revenue to police departments so they can turn around and get more gadgets of oppression.

Case in point—the Electronic Recovery and Access to Data (ERAD) Prepaid Card Reader. This tool, developed by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), is increasingly being deployed by local police departments.

The ERAD allows cops to swipe prepaid cards, check the balance, freeze the account and take all the money. The ostensible purpose is to go after “bad guys” with “dirty money,” as drug traffickers are turning to prepaid cards instead of bundles of cash when traveling.

However, this ERAD-enabled moral crusade by government will undoubtedly bring about more theft from innocent people, including those with no actual drugs and harmless users who might have a joint lying around.

If Joseph Rivers had put his life savings on prepaid cards as he traveled to Los Angeles with dreams of becoming a music producer, he still would have been robbed by the Drug Enforcement Agency.

The Navajo County Sheriff’s Office in Arizona was recently approved to use ERAD devices during traffic stops that result in the discovery of illegal drugs. They are paying $3,685 for three readers, but also must give 5.7 percent of the stolen wealth to the company, creating a demand for more and more CAF seizures.........

What does this leave -- "public servants" just mugging you at your front door with the full blessing of courts?


Saturday, October 24, 2015

Too bad she wasn't a Somali Bantu

And maybe she should try wading across the Rio Grande with her next pregnancy, even though it doesn't say that was ever her intent:
Taiwanese Woman Who Gave Birth On U.S. Bound Flight Deported Without Her Baby 
The Taiwanese woman who gave birth on a flight from Taipei, Taiwan, to Los Angeles, California, has been deported without her newborn baby from the United States.
The birth occurred on China Airlines Flight 008 in early October. A video of the child being born was posted by a fellow passenger to her YouTube channel, The Kitchen Doc.

This is merely ironic -- but truly fearsome cross-border headlines are coming in every day.


Thursday, October 15, 2015

Urban legend or reality? Useful either way

Among the many common things in our lives that lack names is the usually anonymous and undocumented meditation, fulmination or info briefing you get from friends or coworkers. This just in:

Awesome odds.  Check it from start to finish!

The odds of winning the Florida lottery are 
1 in 22,957,480. 

The odds of winning the Powerball is 
1 in 175,223,510.

The odds of winning Mega Millions is 
1 in 258,890,850. 

The odds of a disk drive failing in any given month are roughly one in 36. 
The odds of two different drives failing in the same month are roughly one in 36 squared, or 1 in about 1,300. 
The odds of three drives failing in the same month is 36 cubed or 1 in 46,656. 

The odds of seven different drives failing in the same month (like what happened at the IRS when they received a letter asking about emails targeting conservative and pro-Israeli groups) is 37 to the 7th power = 1 in 78,664,164,096. (that's over 78 Billion)

In other words, the odds are greater that you will win the Florida Lottery 342 times than having those seven IRS hard drives crashing in the same month. 

Now, if you don't believe the IRS is corrupt to the core, you definitely need to get a grip on reality!

I don't see it at or, so no way to verify -- but if the figures aren't accurate, the point and overall thesis certainly is. This did turn up -- what is it?


Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Knowledge is falling down like rain

Somebody must want you ponder World War II's real impact on the ameriKan economy. The theme has surfaced in the form of a Tom Woods video via yesterday

No, World War II Did Not Help the Economy

.....and a 2012 Wall Street Journal clipping I found in processing tons of old yellowing stuff in my file room this evening:

Peter Schiff: The Fantasy of a 91% Top Income Tax Rate 
A liberal article of faith that confiscatory taxes fed the postwar boom turns out to be an Edsel of an economic idea.

We've been talking a lot about "income taxes" in the "4um" lately. People are so downtrodden they don't even want to believe those are unnecessary or consider the obvious evidence, but I'm working on them. Please join the 4um and start helping sunder light from darkness!

Something came to me in the course of writing a post there applying the Scriptures to the subject

As a child one thinks it's crazy on learning that Israel under the prophets had no king. Then you grow up and remember THIS
........and ah, does it make sense -- painfully so. Gee, that passage carries more irony than I thought! People joke that "if God only requires ten percent" (tithing) "then that should be good enough for the IRS!" But ten percent was presented in the above passage as a punishing horror, so the IRS is freshly condemned from the Word of God all over again.

That is, because it's gouging way, WAY more than any 10% today on everybody who'll sit still for it.

Do you see it now -- do you agree -- will you spread the word? INCOME TAXES ARE HIGHWAY ROBBERY and IRS agents are NO "ministers of God to thee for good" -- Romans 13!

If you attend a super-holy, doctrinally airtight temple of systematic theology that thus teaches that everybody hired by (or elected to) government is a "minister of God to thee for good", you mght want to share all this your pastors there. You might want to quit putting money in the collection plate. Depending on their response, you might want to shake the dust of its feet as you exit it for the last time.


Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Property taxes must go!

It came up in my favorite discussion forum and I had to take the soapbox:

As you see from the link in red, there are countries that have none.

It's a small list, but it includes four European nations ranging from very poor to ultra-rich, and that closes the case. "The Middle East is becoming known as a zero tax region" -- can you believe it? We must if we're ever to breathe free again!

Property taxes, like the direct taxing of wages, are a form of cannibalism.


Monday, October 12, 2015

Taxes in the news (partly shocking)

Sometimes the IRS is just degenerate:

Yeah, that story's a little strange, but since the agent confessed it seems there's no doubt who's at fault. Now showbiz:

Actress Melissa Gilbert (a star of TV's "Little House on the Prairie"), 51, announced in August that she would run for Congress from Michigan's 8th Congressional District -- even though she is currently on the hook to the IRS and California for back taxes totaling $470,000. Gilbert, a former president of the Screen Actors Guild and member of the AFL-CIO Executive Council, promised that she (and her actor-husband) would pay off her tax bill -- by the year 2024. [Detroit Free Press, 8-12-2015]

Oh, great -- she's a Dummacrat and a bit of a trollop

Don't forget, starring in Little House on the Prairie was also the main claim to fame of Karen Grassle who played the wife and mother in the heroic anti-IRS film Harry's War.


Saturday, October 10, 2015

It's truth, not hyperbole to call the IRS a farce

Albeit a farce that's cannibalizing the ameriKan economy. and ruining many citizens' lives through fraud, bluff and coercion.
Report: IRS Allowed Thousands of Felons to Prepare Tax Returns

Now this is a killer story. You've heard many times of prisoners running hugely lucrative scams -- tax and otherwise -- but hiring TWENTY THOUSAND of them as tax preparers? The article doesn't say they're people presently incarcerated but mentions "prisoners", and either way it's just staggering. Unstated, unanswered essence of the story: how did this happen? Either some IRS bureau deliberately hired felons, or word got around the felon community that it was an easy hire. Something like that--!??!!

Pay your fair share, now. Helps feed and clothe those cruelly cut off from society. Probably gets them cigs, booze and nooky too!


Thursday, October 8, 2015

Corporations keep their money offshore, support the regime that concocted FATCA

We've heard this matter before, but this is probably the most devastating writeup of it yet. The page may switch to a noisy advertisement, but just right-click the back arrow to get back to it.
The 500 largest American companies hold more than $2.1 trillion in accumulated profits offshore to avoid U.S. taxes and would collectively owe an estimated $620 billion in U.S. taxes if they repatriated the funds

The lengthy title nicely accents the grandiosity of the subject. FATCA is of course the fedgov's Marxist grab at money ameriKans sensibly want to stash offshore.

We've heard much about how corporations most be viewed as person in our Orwellian age, but note that they're barely mentioned in this article. It's reference to "United States persons (including those living outside the U.S.)" clearly refers to the individuals Washington hates for seeking serious self-preservation, whether expatriating or not. Communist Manifesto:
4. Confiscation of the property of all emigrants and rebels


Sunday, September 20, 2015

A famous, simple perception test explains the herd instinct

Just came across this:
Which Line Is The Longest? Find Out Why So Many Got This Question Wrong

What a commentary on the nature of our species, supposedly the most intelligent and with-it on The Planet! It goes right along with this famously damning study
The Milgram experiment on obedience to authority figures was a series of social psychology experiments conducted by Yale University psychologist Stanley Milgram. They measured the willingness of study participants to obey an authority figure who instructed them to perform acts conflicting with their personal conscience. Milgram first described his research in 1963 in an article published in the Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology[1] and later discussed his findings in greater depth in his 1974 book, Obedience to Authority: An Experimental View.

If it seems at times I'm trying to condemn humanity wholesale, I'm really just trying to point out the basic realities about us that most people would rather not hear about. There can be no overcoming of these very bad traits without recognizing and facing them. But are people capable of learning from history, much less deep collective self-examination? More from the article:

The experiments began in July 1961, in the basement of Linsly-Chittenden Hall at Yale University,[3] three months after the start of the trial of German Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann in Jerusalem. Milgram devised his psychological study to answer the popular question at that particular time: "Could it be that Eichmann and his million accomplices in the Holocaust were just following orders? Could we call them all accomplices?"[4] The experiments have been repeated many times in the following years with consistent results within differing societies, although not with the same percentages around the globe.

As you can see in our era just 26 years after the fall of the Berlin wall, the answer is looking dismal -- the U.S. government is working overtime to revive and epitomize communism and the worst aspects of Nazism. They're killing millions of foreigners who haven't done us any harm (and never could) and killing our freedom and prosperity (there's that phrase again) in the name of saving these things, insanely and irrationally using the wars as their excuse.

Even as experiments in the Milgram mold continue, my reluctant judgment is to agree with H.L. Mencken's extremely jaundiced, disgusted view of people, ameriKans most of all. look him up online for some of the most devastating and even funniest assessments of it all!

My motto used to be "humor vincit omnia" -- "humor conquers all" in Latinglish. Not so much anymore......


Friday, September 4, 2015

All God's children got wheels

"But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased." The ways such Bible verses apply to life today are many and ironic. "Knowledge shall be increased" -- does that refer to the massive development of artificial intelligence, perhaps, or to the way people are waking up to the reality of the political racket?

With the number of passenger vehicles rivaling the number of people in this country and private enterprise carrying people into space, it's not hard to imagine what "run to and fro" refers to today. And one of the most tragicomic applications is how those smartening up about temporal realities are relocating.
Americans escaping high taxes and welfare states

We've discussed the thousands of people who are leaving amerika for freer, less schizoid locations. This new form of expatriation (well, the states are supposed to be countries!) is a further indictment of the "evil and wicked government" at all levels that Dr. Clarkson used to deplore in inimitable ironic tones.


Fun and games with county lines now

Merely another day, another headline in the politicians' hexing of South Carolina:
State Agency Reviewing County Lines – Minus Public Input


Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Tax hypocrisy of fedgov and fat cats knows no bounds

We're told that if the IRS taxed the rich harder it would barely make a dent in the country's deficits. That may be, but cutting out large corporations' obscene tax loopholes could, it appears, allow millions of working people to quit paying taxes. WHAT IS THE POINT of taxing both individuals and businesses? Two answers apply to both: greed and mass behavior modification. 

Thank God for election years. They bring recognizably human behavior out of creatures who are clearly some other feral species. Vermont's Bernie Sanders is the only official socialist (=communist) in the U.S. Congress but oh, the decent human noises he's making while running for president! As you enjoy this article, remember that it's entirely possible that Bernie and the very fat cats he's decrying are partying together in some plutocratic resort right this minute. 
Sanders to CEOs: Look in the Mirror

Sen. Bernie Sanders said corporate leaders should look in the mirror before lecturing the American people on ways to tackle the deficit. After the heads of more than 80 big companies issued a statement Thursday on deficit reduction, Sanders released a report detailing how many of the companies headed by the same CEOs have avoided taxes, sent American jobs overseas and took taxpayer bailouts. "There really is no shame," Sanders said. "The Wall Street leaders whose recklessness and illegal behavior caused this terrible recession are now lecturing the American people on the need for courage to deal with the nation's finances and deficit crisis. Before telling us why we should cut Social Security, Medicare and other vitally important programs, these CEOs might want to take a hard look at their responsibility for causing the deficit and this terrible recession."

"Our Wall Street friends might also want to show some courage of their own by suggesting that the wealthiest people in this country, like them, start paying their fair share of taxes. They might work to end the outrageous corporate loopholes, tax havens and outsourcing provisions that their lobbyists have littered throughout the tax code - contributing greatly to our deficit," Sanders added.

Many of the CEOs who signed the deficit-reduction letter run corporations that, in total, evaded at least $34.5 billion in taxes by setting up more than 600 subsidiaries in the Cayman Islands and other offshore tax havens since 2008.  As a result, at least a dozen of the companies avoided paying any federal income taxes in recent years, and even received more than $6.4 billion in tax refunds from the IRS since 2008.

Several of the companies received a total taxpayer bailout of more than $2.5 trillion from the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Department.

Many of the companies also have outsourced hundreds of thousands of American jobs to China and other low wage countries, forcing their workers to rely on unemployment insurance and other federal benefits.

"In other words," Sanders said, "these are some of the same people who have significantly caused the deficit to explode over the last four years."

Sanders, a member of the Senate Budget Committee, said the $16 trillion national debt is a serious issue. He has proposed specific ways to lower deficits. For details, click here.
I can't seem to get the "click here" to work. Maybe you can at the above link. In another location which makes copying impossible, it says for instance that the taxpayer bailout of Bank of America by the Fed and the Treasury department (presumably for last year) was over $1.3 trillion; BoA paid zero federal income taxes and got a "tax refund" of $1.9 billion; and if its offshore tax havens were eliminated, its federal tax obligation would have been $2.6 billion.

Consider this ultimate fuel for the "fair share" flames -- and above all, please remember AND INFORM OTHERS that THEY DO NOT OWE TAXES ON THEIR WAGES. 


Monday, August 31, 2015

Some nice fresh insights into the filth of wage taxation

Or income taxes as they're mistakenly known. VIEW THESE VIDEOS, please -- in the first one, a former DEA agent names the real #1 drug dealer! Mike Wallace and other "mainstream" newspersons are materially heard from.
Say No to Taxes 

Sounds like a good Canadian narrator in the first video.

Mind you, this is not a site your mother would want you messing with -- but it happens to feature some of the most important, crucial information you'll find anywhere. No, I don't agree with everything in it, but what's good is beyond price. Reality is often ugly, our remaining abilities to expose it is beauty personified.

This is linked there too -- let me know what you think please:

Views expressed in this column are not necessarily those of the PN or its management.


Thursday, August 13, 2015

Was Fox once conservative -- or something?

Some will perhaps think me cynical, but I've never found Fox News measurably right-of-center overall. How could it be, as a Rupert Murdoch creation? What a line-up -- you know, the police kind!

Our story for today --

It's not enough that a monster like Murdoch has to pass through this veil of tears and make it more lachrymose. Oh, no -- he has to replicate. Liberal MITOSIS and CYTOKINESIS rule.


Monday, August 10, 2015

Busting the History Channel wholesale

The History Channel is no more on the level than any high-dollar source of information today. I just love it when people say "well, I just have a TV to watch the news" or "I'm against TV too, and only have one to watch the history programs."

The "real" offerings on THC are bad enough. When it was new, it was so WW2-obsessed they could have called it the Hitlery Channel. (Complications: calling Hillary Clinton Hitlery is so easy!) Meanwhile, Ancient Aliens is an example of how a top-rated award-winning channel can compromise itself. It features David Hatcher Childress, a known liar and faker for many years. Thank God, there are serious, professional-quality debunkers at work -- brief but powerful example here:

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from other planets may have
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"History Channel" about Ancient
Aliens and the bogus experts they
parade around are...well you judge.


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Oh, God, the channel just calls itself History now. Trendy trendy! 


Wednesday, August 5, 2015

'Least Transparent Ever – IRS Used “Wholly Separate” Instant Messaging System to Hide Communications'

How many layers -- HOW MANY layers of evil have been unearthed on this thing?

More headlines from that intriguing if naive site:

This one almost sounds like good news:


Monday, August 3, 2015

High-tax states drive out residents -- duh!

Taxes in Xew Jersey obviated my ever owning a home there ($15,000 per year on an ordinary split level), so I pulled out of my beautiful $750/month ghetto apartment and moved to Dixie. 23 years later, it's both gratifying and aggravating to see the status of the problem.
This is What Happens to States that Raise Taxes

They focus on Connecticut, a state that should be white-picket-fence New England perfection. "Earlier this week, the Nutmeg State’s legislature approved a collection of new taxes to close a two-year, $40 billion budget to help pay the multibillion-dollar tab to repair and replace the state’s dilapidated roads and bridges. The package includes a 50-cent-per-pack hike in cigarette taxes and a bump in tax rates on corporations and the state’s wealthiest earners" -- will you kindly tell me what they're doing with state funds if roads and bridges are falling down? ROADS AND BRIDGES are the average shmoe's first idea of what taxes are for -- with some justification!

"The Ex-patriot movement consists of Americans who have grown weary of increasing taxes and have moved elsewhere to slough off the tough tax burden associated with living in the U.S." The pun is no doubt unintentional, but rich! Clearly they meant to say expatriate, but many expatriates are for sure ex-patriots too. The oath you take to renounce citizenship is pretty serious stuff, but sometimes I feel ready to take it any old time. Finding an affordable country that doesn't hate ameriKans with good reason, there's the rub.

So happens we heard from one of our own experts on the subject at two recent PN meetings -- Dr. Steven Yates. The news is mostly good, very good, in his new homeland of Chile -- except that the elongated country's latest "massive" earthquake was in a city long touted as an ideal expat destination:

Pretty sure Iquique is the city with no water of its own, where all water is piped to town from 90 miles away. How'd you like to get caught there the day the pipes finally rupture? I'm so negative, huh.


A younger Chomsky on some very old dialectical tricks

BrasscheckTV again provides a video that throws much-needed light on the tricks the establishment plays on the citizens. Our "leaders'" choice of words is, as Prof. Noam Chomsky says, always heavily weighted with duplicity. In this they are Orwell's 1984 characters come to life (war is peace, freedom is slavery, ignorance is strength).

A country's military, if it feels it must have one, is supposed to exist to defend the country's borders. "Our" troops get sent all over the world in "defense" of "our national interests" -- meaning whatever  selfish, cynical purposes the establishment wants, normally for the express purpose of enriching themselves (defense contracts, weaker countries' raw materials etc.)

When the politicians and bureaucrats yammer about the need to stop discrimination, they actually want to kill people's faculty for being discriminating -- and to run their own affairs as they see fit. No doubt you can think of other examples.

This is a very, VERY important message that anybody within earshot of the politicians' (and media mavens') yammer needs to keep constantly in mind!


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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

A stunning quote from a financial villain

You sometimes hear Keynesian economics mentioned in tones of disgust and imprecation -- and rightly so. He was as I understand it the father of today's insane tax-and-spend economics.

Politicians love to spend money with wild (indeed crazy) abandon and John Maynard Keynes (1883-1946) is their presiding spirit in it today. He posited that a country in economic trouble could spend itself to prosperity. How do you think it's working? Like most crazies he did have moments of coherence. At some point in his career he uttered this very sound statement:

Lenin is said to have declared that the best way to destroy the capitalist system was to debauch the currency. By a continuing process of inflation, governments can confiscate, secretly and unobserved, an important part of the wealth of their citizens. By this method they not only confiscate, but they confiscate arbitrarily; and, while the process impoverishes many, it actually enriches some. The sight of this arbitrary rearrangement of riches strikes not only at security but [also] at confidence in the equity of the existing distribution of wealth.

Those to whom the system brings windfalls, beyond their deserts and even beyond their expectations or desires, become "profiteers," who are the object of the hatred of the bourgeoisie [once successful upper middle class entrepreneurs], whom the inflationism has impoverished, not less than of the proletariat [working people]. As the inflation proceeds and the real value of the currency fluctuates wildly from month to month, all permanent relations between debtors and creditors, which form the ultimate foundation of capitalism, become so utterly disordered as to be almost meaningless; and the process of wealth-getting degenerates into a gamble and a lottery.

Lenin was certainly right.  There is no subtler, no surer means of overturning the existing basis of society than to debauch the currency. The process engages all the hidden forces of economic law on the side of destruction, and does it in a manner which not one man in a million is able to diagnose.

Keynes' antithesis was the "Austrian school" of economists, free-market advocates led in effect by Friedrich Hayek and Ludwig von Mises. It overlapped with the modern Libertarian movement, featuring great minds like the late Murray Rothbard. Rothbard loved the Confederate flag and its meaning in the fight for freedom in the face of statist tyranny, despite having zero personal connections with our region. (He was born in New York the son of a Russian and a Polish Jew.) When he died in 1995 it was said that at his request the flag would always bedeck his grave -- something or other like that.

Scan this article with a skeptical eye

......but check out these organizations in its right margin sometime:


Saturday, July 18, 2015

Chomsky gently, benignly smashes all illusions

Which is good. Desperately needed. The poor interviewer! He wants to return home with some shred of what he arrived with, but..... there's nothing left:
Propaganda Inc.: 
"Truth seeking media is a sham"

As you listen to the parts about COINTELPRO, remember that your Patriot Network was deemed important and scary enough for the government to attempt to shut it down -- not only once under that name but more recently in the guise of "dismantlement." For a while there Big Brother was convinced that our Asheville club (actually an unrelated study group some of our ex-participants had started) was the devil incarnate,

Your government hates freedom and people that know and demand their rights. It seems to hate everything decent and want to kill it.

The good news is your PN is still here, and plans to be for a long time.


Thursday, July 16, 2015

Coulter: "Every Pro-Immigration Claim is a Lie"

I just love sweeping statements when they're true. This one is. Notice the apt reference to a parody of blustering Bill O'Reilly!

To this stellar presentation I'd add a note about the supposed need to reunite families by letting more invaders in. Whose idea was it to separate them?

Do you see how liberals are just con artists that slink and sneak from one effort to another to throw up barriers to the truth? Are you happy being told you're evil because you want ameriKa to be America once again, or that you have to clear out to make room for these colonists?

THIS just in TOO:
The Endgame - Full White Genocide documentary

It's only 21 minutes long, a bit eccentric and repetetive, but essential! Statements from major celebrities. DON'T JUST WATCH IT, SHARE IT WITH ALL YOU KNOW.



We regret to inform you..... the communists running everything rig everything
The Washington Teacher: Teachers Say No Freaking Way to AFT Endorsement of Hillary Clinton

Think I exaggerate in always calling the left establishment communist? Note how this scam was attempted -- they tried to announce poll results with no poll!

"Those who cast the votes decide nothing. Those who count the votes decide everything" -- attributed to Stalin.


Sunday, July 12, 2015

More good insights from Stefan Molyneux

I'm a libertarian (lower case), not a Libertarian (capital L). And I'm frankly rather jaded on the subject of Libertarianism (capital L). But when a thoughtful Libertarian comes along and starts expostulating, it can be very exciting..... and it sometimes boils down to paleo-conservatism, a.k.a. libertarianism.

Youtube has Autoplay now -- upper right of screen. Start Stefan talking and don't stop him for a good long while! Extreme vulgarity warning......

Who Will Pay? Austerity vs. Bailouts | Greece, Europe and The Euro!

Sure, he has some ideas I don't like, but that's par for the course with most any guru. (When did I last turn you off in this space? Wish you'd tell me.) He's racially illiterate and as big a yankee coward on diversity "issues" as you'll find. But within the worldview he has, I think he has the ability to blow away cobwebs long-overdue for it. He does stand up against the anti-Confederate flag cult in a longer presentation!

Anybody who can identify his accent, there's a special reward waiting for them.


Saturday, July 11, 2015

The IRS and other federales really care a lot

........about themselves and their own deranged obsessions.
IRS Makes It Illegal For Small Businesses to Help Employees Pay Healthcare Premiums

We live in a very caring society today. Health care is a topmost priority for the intelligentsia. They work on night and day ow to finagle things just right. More from the invaluable sender of the above item:

Like ancient Israel in Palestine, America was supposed to be a land of unwalled villages. And it was, for centuries -- until, in the late 20th century, numerous suburban neighborhoods realized they had to wall and gate themselves to ward off the results of socialism from their midst. Our country was supposed to be truly the latest, greatest thing anywhere -- and it was, until the late 20th century, when police routinely started wearing body and face armor.

That is a sign you're headed straight back to the middle ages, and with a lot of the gliberal (?) thinking and emoting heard in this state lately, life feels positively feels positively pre-literate anymore.


Friday, July 10, 2015

"Portugal's Experiment in Drug Decriminalization Has Been a Success"

What is the solution in the drug "war"? We've talked about this at PN meetings. An expatriation personality in Uruguay says recreational drugs have been legalized in his native UK, but it's hard getting any documentation on that. 

In my favorite discussion forum, two stories just in:
Cartel Land Trailer (2015) Documentary Movie HD

and that of today's post title:  
This month, Portugal celebrates fourteen years of drug decriminalization. The grand experiment is now considered a happy success considering it was adopted out of desperation and in the face of dire warnings from proponents of the global drug war. 

What Led to Decriminalization 

During the mid-twentieth century, Portugal experienced fifty years of military dictatorship, and when leftist democratic control was reestablished in 1974, many expatriate Portuguese returned to Portugal from its colonies. Of course, many of these people were dissidents, outsiders, and outcasts, and many of them used illegal drugs. 

Over the next twenty-five years, there was a surge in drug use, drug abuse, addiction, overdoses, and eventually a very substantial prevalence of HIV/AIDS and other dirty-needle-related diseases. At the peak of this drug epidemic the rate of drug addiction and HIV/AIDS infection was "considerably higher" than the rest of Europe according to Dr. João Goulão, the longtime drug czar of Portugal. 

Goulão was on the eleven member anti-drug commission that formulated law 30/2000 which decriminalized all drugs starting July 1, 2001. 

The "grand experiment" seems to be the result of two factors. The first is that Portugal is a relatively poor European country and was unable to fight the war on drugs on every front. 

The second factor is that the commission was relatively non-partisan and simply adopted the common sense notion that drug abuse and addiction are not criminal problems for the police to solve. Drug abuse and addiction are medical and psychological problems that are better solved by the individual with the help of professionals and social pressures..........

The film linked first is high drama and no doubt great cinema, but how much of the cartel trouble ameriKa and Mexico have shared is actually in any way necessary? I think countries (us in this case, not them) create drama because it superficially seems to give them validity. Governments definitely go to war, any kind of war, in order to look macho to the citizens. 

IMHO, the ONLY reason ameriKa has ANY drug problems is because politicians and their cronies in business are making fantastic profits off them and it's easier to push around a doped population. 

It should matter to the powers that be that their policies and neuroses bring great, totally needless harm to millions of innocent people, but their consciences are clearly seared with a hot iron. 


Wednesday, July 8, 2015

National Infrastructure Week -- the ironies

I certainly appreciate anybody who wants to draw public attention to the deplorable state of public infrastructure in this country. But I also pity them as long as this "100-year war on terror" garbage is holding sway!
May 11-15 is national Infrastructure Week in the U.S., but don’t get out the party hats. It’s not a celebration. It’s more like a cry for help. Bridges are crumbling, buses are past their prime, roads badly need repair, airports look shabby, trains can’t reach high speeds, and traffic congestion plagues every city. How could an advanced country, once the model for the world’s most modern transportation innovations, slip so badly?.........

Takes me back to a protest against this "war" that we held some years ago. A guy on a motorcycle paused at the light and smirked at me. "I was just over in Iraq building bridges and schools,"
he said, obviously trying to cancel all pro-peace argument with this revelation. I managed not to say "I guess we don't need those things here, huh?" but only because I'm trying to be good in these latter years.


Wednesday, June 24, 2015

The power to tax is the power to destroy...... Greek pensioners

In a country like ours, people regard taxes as a nuisance, even a plague -- but not yet as destruction as in my ancestor John Marshall's famous phrase. Taxes are destruction in Amerika, but people have yet to recognize it. Whether they ever will (even as taxes, open borders and whatnot hasten Amerika's demise) remains to be seen.

In Greece all hell's breaking loose, and people there have fewer blinders on.
SYRIZA Sellout Triggers Internal Party Revolt

They're even starting to call fees and other little government gouges what they really are -- taxes, cannibalistic taxes from hell!

Greece is in a tough position. Because of the world's passion for sports cultism, Greece bit the bait to host the 2004 Olympics. This involved building a monumentally expensive facility. The festival lasted 16 days, but the buildings are forever -- and were put up for just this one very fleeting purpose.
How the 2004 Olympics Triggered Greece's Decline

Maybe somewhere a few quadrillion light years from here there's a planet where people want and do what actually works instead of lurching from one raging, irrational passion to another like us earthlings. There I would imagine they do whatever it takes to maintain real social, financial, moral stability first, and develop entertainments only after making sure the crucially important things are in place.

Greece is where "democracy" started, even before the idea caught on in Rome. It would be a lovely thing if that noble country were to live to tell its tale past this century despite the lies and betrayals of its filthy rotten evil politicians.


Thursday, June 18, 2015

New "little" items at News of the Weird revealing as any newscast

Aren't their little headings cool?

Unclear on the Concept
About three-fourths of the 1,580 IRS workers found to have deliberately attempted to evade federal income tax during the last 10 years have nonetheless retained their jobs, according to a May report by the agency's inspector general. Some even received promotions and performance bonuses (although an internal rule, adopted last year, now forbids such bonuses to one adjudged to owe back taxes). [Associated Press via, 5-6-2015]

Is This a Great Country or What?
Lightly regulated investors' "hedge funds" (the province of wealthy people and large institutions) failed in 2014 (for the sixth straight year) to outearn ordinary stock index funds following the S&P 500. However, at hedge funds, underperformance seems unpunishable -- as the top 25 fund managers still collectively earned $11.62 billion in fees and salaries (an average of over $464 million each). The best-paid hedge fund manager earned $1.3 billion -- more than 48 times what the highest-paid major league baseball player earned. [New York Times, 5-5-2015]

Lead Story
Silicon Valley code-writers and engineers work long hours -- with apparently little time for "food" as we know it. Eating is "time wasted," in the words of celebrity inventor Elon Musk, and normal meals a "marketing facade," said another valley bigwig. The New York Times reported in May that techies are eagerly scarfing down generic (but nutrient-laden) liquids like Schmilk and People Chow, largely for ease of preparation, to speed their return to work. The Times food editor described one product as "oat flour" washed down with "the worst glass of milk ever." "Pancake batter," according to a Times reporter. (That supermarket staple Ensure? According to the food editor, it's "fine wine" compared to Schmilk.) [New York Times, 5-25-2015]

The Continuing Crisis
If Only There Was Somewhere He Could Have Turned for Moral Guidance: Suspended Catholic Monsignor Kevin Wallin, 63, was sentenced in May to more than five years in prison for running a meth distribution ring from Bridgeport, Connecticut, where he also operated a sex shop to launder the drug profits. (Though he faced a 10-year sentence, he had a history of charity work and submitted more than 80 letters of support from high-ranking clergy.) [Associated Press via WTIC-TV (Hartford), 5-7-2015]

The Continuing Crisis
-- America (sometimes called a land of "second chances") gave stockbroker Jerry Cicolani Jr., 69 such chances, before he pleaded guilty in May to selling unregistered securities -- setting up his first overt punishment despite a history of 60-some client complaints made to his then-employer, Merrill Lynch, between 1991 and 2010. The stockbrokers' self-regulating arm (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) has finally revoked his license, but issued a statement acknowledging that it needed to improve its monitoring. [New York Times, 5-19-2015]

A News of the Weird Classic (March 2011)
Tombstone, Arizona, which was the site of the legendary 1881 Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (commemorated in a 1957 movie), is about 70 miles from the Tucson shopping center where U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and others were shot in January (2011). A Los Angeles Times dispatch later that month noted that the "Wild West" of 1881 Tombstone had far stricter gun control than 2011 Arizona. The historic gunfight occurred when the marshal (Virgil Earp, brother of Wyatt) tried to enforce the town's no-carry law against local thugs. Today, however, with few restrictions and no licenses required, virtually any Arizonan 18 or older can carry a handgun openly. [Los Angeles Times, 1-23-2011]

Incidentally, we have strong suspicions that the Giffords case was merely more Kabuki theater aimed at destroying the Second Amendment. Suspect it of this new affair in Charleston until proven we know otherwise, OK?

It's just too convenient -- cui bono to the nth degree.


Superb short performance in a police encounter

I almost don't want to post this because lots of people walking down the street carrying a gun perhaps need to be questioned by police. The world is full of crazies and getting more so by systematic design of the System. But the protagonist here is so sharp with his chapter and verse you'll no doubt enjoy the lesson:
MUST SEE! Police gets owned by law student

How many details of law and strategy can you tally in the course of these three minutes-plus?

Wow! Anymore, a "Black Guy with Dreads owns racist ass Cop in Texas!!!" Filthy language warning:

Merely quoting the title. Not endorsing its spin. Remember, filming these interchanges is crucial. Ideally I suppose we should all be whipping out the cell camera whenever we're near a police action. Of course, they're still totally unpredictable. As the second video followed the first in Youtube, the next one after that appears rather bloody.


Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Crucial American tax history via Canada

Stefan Molyneux is an unusual fellow. He has gained an international following simply by doing up Youtubes of himself speaking on issues of the day easily racking up 30, 40, 50 or 90 thousand views. (I feel certain one is in the high six figures but can't find it.)

His material is not all sane by any means, but is generally populist and right-on. Here's a marathon on the "father of our country" by this Canadian that I urge you to view, or at least hear in the background of your work day. Get ready to lose a lot of respect for our first official president -- at least temporarily. Think of it as a visit to a strange, faraway world -- in a sense, it is, that of unvarnished reality:
The Truth About George Washington

Before digits, you'd have to pay some professor in an expensive university to dole this exact same information and sourcing out in 50-minute intervals, then torture out of you by testing what you've retained of it. Thanks to the net, you get the same exact material (and much, MUCH better) free of charge in whatever dose you wish, any hour of the day or night. Yes, there are trainloads of lies, misinfo and disinfo out there but any adult whose absorbed formal schooling will be able to separate the wheat from the chaff.

As you know if you've been following my modest punditry, most of the "common knowledge" on things is IMHO upside-down and backwards. There have been rumors and whisperings of George Washington's evils forever. Knowing the human condition and mentality I've had no trouble believing they could be well-founded.

A particular revelation came some years ago with the discovery (via internet, natch!) that the Whiskey Rebellion was in fact huge grab for power and money by Washington (the man and the capitol). The good news there was that the real rebellion was on the part of individual brewers across the land and in particular rural Dixie. They simply refused to knuckle under to the federal assault, and kept doing business the way they always had. I wrote this up for a chronicle I was doing at the time for the Nationalist Times print newspaper (still in existence).

In the present video, Molyneux traces among many other things how excessive taxation, the thing over which our ancestors revolted, grew with little resistance in the course of Washington's life and work. The killer is around the 2:30 mark where our speaker starts summing up how the failure of citizens to burn these weeds off the political landscape morphed into the Federal Reserve 114 years after Washington's death and how this expressly led to America's involvement in World War I, since the former enabled the printing of money to finance the latter.

Don't feel too glum as Stefan's going after the slave issue, however -- "our" Northern states were also ghoulishly slave-driven. Slavery was indeed probably more brutal up there than down here. The African Burial Ground National Monument is in New York City, not Richmond or Birmingham. Don't be fooled by the name -- it's an actual potter's field of slave bones, many of them showing pitiful signs of physical abuse and neglect during life! And this was nothing isolated -- Connecticut, New Jersey and other states realms were rife with black slave plantations.

Stefan is still emerging from a PC consciousness (aren't we all) so he probably has no idea of all that yet. Only God knows how much of this talk of his is factual; if much, let's rejoice that amerika is still as functional as it is, insofar as this can be said. After so much voodoo and vampirism by our admired heroes, it's a wonder that groceries are passably affordable and we have the freedom to read and write all this.


Saturday, May 30, 2015

McCartney, 72, suddenly seized by normal parental impulses

Well, almost. Kind of.
McCartney says he's given up pot now that he's a granddad
LONDON (AP) — Paul McCartney says he has given up marijuana after many years of indulgence and now prefers wine or "a nice margarita."
The former Beatle told the Daily Mirror he doesn't want to set a bad example for his children and grandchildren by using marijuana. He said Saturday his decision is "a parent thing."
He says "the last time I smoked was a long time ago."
McCartney had been a long-time marijuana user who spent 10 nights in jail after he was arrested trying to enter Japan with a large quantity of the drug in 1980.
The 72-year-old British rock/pop star is fit and has long advocated a vegetarian lifestyle. He continues to perform for adoring crowds worldwide.

Sort of, in a manner of speaking. Ya know what I'm saying?

Of, come on, /\/., get real. Quit being such a bluenose! It's OK if kids switch to wine or margaritas wherever Beatle music is enjoyed. It sounds so chic, so now when Paul says it, huh!

Oh, those Beatles -- the essence of cool. Great role models!

Everything doesn't have to embody some kind of principle, after all? It wasn't in the original Founders' plan for deities of the day to model use of one controlled substance after another, but come on, this is the 21st century.

I think I'm almost convinced. You are, right?


Another terr'ist -- CAUGHT!

Isn't it just marvelous that they've caught the Silk Road guy? Oh, it's exciting! Where would we be without our noble Federal gangbusters -- they always get their man.
Ross Ulbricht begs judge: 'Please leave light at end of tunnel' with sentencing

There's only one little wrinkle -- our noble federales are infinitely bigger criminals, including drug trafficking, than this guy will ever be. Yeah, criminals.

Am I imagining things or is it there's usually a female judge on some grotesquely tyrannical ruling? You don't think they're just a touch oedipal, do you?

"Convicted Silk Road operator asks judge for leniency as prosecutors demand lengthy sentence to set example for would-be deep web entrepreneurs" = FP's thumbnail summary of the above matter. See, they hate true free enterprise, because they can't control or tax it. They live to control and tax -- it's in their DNA. It's not deep-web criminals or shysters they're after, but entrepreneurs. Bitcoin? They probably have to pop twice the blood-pressure pills, they hate it so bad.

I hope, pray and envision there will come a day when the government simply has to let the innocent people go, because it's finally out of money or mercenary stooges or something.


Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Here are enemy itineraries -- go tell them what you think

It's their and your opportunity to be heard -- if you want it.

They will tell you what they think you should want to hear from them on the issues -- you may very well have a chance to tell them exactly what you think of them.

It seems clear Randy-poo doesn't want you to come out to meet him. The above was all the info I could find on his itinerary, and I had to really dig for any clue of it even in his website.

Maybe he's already heard about what South Carolinians think about neocon liars and phoneys?

These are just two pages almost-readily at hand and relevant to my area at the moment. Wherever you live, keep with these sites and make sure to give these demoniacs a piece of your mind at every opportunity! We protested against the so-called war on terror today at the Greenville federal building, and my, it felt good.

Action, my friends. Action and only action will get us anywhere. Do something on the case today, please -- however great or small, it all adds up!