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Sunday, June 13, 2010

no free speech for propeace advocates

Cindy Sheehan's Soapbox: Shenanigans

Thursday, June 10, 2010

If I was ever arrested for Marijuana possession, I would

If I was ever arrested for Marijuana possession, I would non-violently resist the government's authority over what I put in my body. I would go limp, so the police officers would either have to cary me everywhere or put me in a wheel chair. I would not give my name or sign any paperwork for the booking process. The corporate government probably has ways of dealing with situations like this, but it would give me the satisfaction of not being a slave to the United States of corporate America. Yo politicians, if you want to outlaw substances or drugs, what about the crappy drugs that the pharmaceutical companies put out?

Wednesday, April 01, 2009

April Fool's

The previous post was an April Fool's joke.

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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Breaking: Geifner under pressure to resign, Paul or Schiff may take his place

Publically, President Obama and VP Biden have been standing behind
treasury secretary Tim Geifner's performance thus far. However,
Liberty and Accessibility has received a tip from an anonymous source
that the Obama administration has had private discussions with the
secretary about resigning. When asked why the administration would
want Geifner to resign, the source said "It's obvious that Mr. Geifner
knows nothing about economics. Anybody who thinks that just printing
money out of thin air will solve the US economic crisis is a
douchebag." The source says that the administration is considering an
Austrian economist like Ron Paul or Peter Schiff to take Geifner's
place as treasury secretary. The source can be quoted as saying "The
Austrian economists have been predicting a crisis such as this for 30
years." The source says that it is the Obama administration hopes that
Tim Geifner resigns with dignity instead of President Obama having to
be forced to fire him.

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Monday, October 15, 2007

blog has moved

Future posts will be posted to

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Sunday, October 14, 2007

Ron Paul wins the GOP Nevada presidential straw poll

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Reviving American Health Care

Reviving American Health Care

I'm concerned that we're creating a system of corporate fascism in the American health care industry. You can learn what I mean by this, and what we can do about it here.

Instead of "universal health care," congress should do the following:

Remove the limits on how much can be contributed to an HSA

Make insurance premiums tax deductible and allow them to be paid out of HSAs

Remove legal mandates on what kind of insurance people must have. That will encourage companies to compete for pricing and policies.

Come to to learn more:

Keene Free Press - It's Official  President Bush Has Lost His Mind!

Sunday, 14 October 2007
The Bush presidency is the largest disappointment in the history of the
modern conservative movement. The Bush presidency was supposed to be
the culmination of all the hard work conservatives had done. In 1994
the "Republican Revolution" in Congress and then the control of the
executive branch by Bush gave this country the possibility of returning
from big government liberal garbage to the sanity of the Constitution.
Well we all know what happened. The "Republican revolution" was nothing
more than an increase in the same old liberal big government garbage.
They sold us out!
I had my feelings about President George W. Bush when he ran for his
first term. I had uneasy feelings about his so called "compassionate
conservatism". It reminded me of his father's slap in the face of the
great Ronald Regan. After Regan served his second term, George Bush
senior said we needed a "kinder and gentler nation". That was a direct
insinuation that somehow Regan was not kind or gentle. It was the
uneasy feelings that I had about President George W. Bush that caused
me not to vote for him. I voted third party instead. When it came time
to choose between Bush and Kerry in the last presidential election, I
voted for Bush (while holding my nose) since I knew there was a good
possibility that the Supreme Court would open a few seats. I hoped that
Bush would appoint good justices and it seems he did. I will give him
credit for that at least.
Here is the problem; one can point to any president and come up with
something that they did that was good (well almost any president). The
real question is did that president move us closer or further away from
the Constitution. Bush has been a disaster concerning the question. He
along with the "Republican Revolution" congress moved us to bigger and
bigger government with higher spending and the huge new prescription
drug entitlement program, and centralizing education. Pork barrel
spending and insane amounts of money spent in foreign aid in countries
with corrupt governments. Bush tried to fight the Iraq war with
political correctness instead of fighting the war as if it is a war.
So many conservatives tried to give him the benefit of the doubt. "He
must have a strategy we don't understand yet." In the end we all see
the truth and those uneasy feelings that caused me not to vote for him
the first time have proved to be right. President Bush has stabbed us
in the back. He has shown his true colors and I do not like what I see.
The final straw that broke the proverbial camel's back was the last
immigration amnesty insanity. What could be worse than allowing another
amnesty program? What could be more insane than opening the borders up
to another 50 million uneducated people over the next ten years who
will drain social services? This land is supposed to be the land of the
free…not the land of the free loaders!!! The insanity of the
Bush/Kennedy collaboration on the amnesty bill only serves as a grave
reminder that we are losing our national identity. Now we have the
latest amnesty bill coming at us under the name "The Dream Act." As I
have written about this previously, it is another insane amnesty
program wrapped up in a cuddly name. Isn't that dreamy?...Give me a break!
Now we get to the absolute, no turning back, worst act of insanity yet.
On October, 10, 2007, The Bush administration went to the Supreme Court
to argue in favor of an illegal alien who committed a double murder. He
raped, tortured, and murdered two 15 year old girls. The Bush
administration is now using its power and our money to argue that this
murderous pig should have a new trial because of a ruling by "the world
court" that stated the police should have contacted the Mexican
consulate and advised them of the trial. The world court? What is this
insane globalist garbage? Who cares what the "world court" has to say?
This is the United States of America! We are 50 states that are unified
under our Constitution. We elect our representatives and our
presidents. I do not care what some globalist in another nation thinks
about anything. This murderous scoundrel has no right to another trial.
He admitted his guilt and even bragged about his sick crime. For
President Bush, who previously stated that our justice system will
never be under a world court, to now send his administration to argue
in favor of submitting to this stupid world court ruling is treason.
Yes you are reading that right TREASON! Any politician that thinks we
Americans should submit to any another authority is a treasonous
criminal. The crime perpetrated by this disgusting criminal is bad
enough, but to add to it by having the President of the United Stated
argue on his behalf makes me want to vomit. Mr. President you have lost
your mind!
Bush is a globalist and his desire along with his buddies in Mexico and
Canada is to have Canada, the U.S.A., and Mexico join as one union like
the European Union. It is called "the security and prosperity
partnership." The agenda is clear; they want globalism to eventually
lead to one currency and one global world government. This is not a
conspiracy theory. This is their goal. We see it in Bush recognizing
the absurd ruling of the world court. What I am about to say may seem
upsetting to some of you but here it goes anyway….TO HELL WITH THE
WORLD COURT!!!!! That is where it belongs. Our veterans did not fight
to put us under foreign rule. They fought to keep us free from it. What
part of that do you socialist, globalists not understand?
President Bush's buddy, former President Fox of Mexico was on the
"O'Reilly Factor" show on Oct, 9, 2007 and spewed out a blame America
for everything diatribe. He blamed America for his country's drug
problem, for his country's inability to stop illegal immigration to
U.S.A. He compared the corruption in Mexico to American corruption and
when pressed on his true world-view the former Mexican President made
it clear that he wants a North American Union similar to the European
Union. He is an enemy of our nation and how dare he come here and
lecture us when most of his people in Mexico make under $4:00 per day
and are subject to the intense corruption of his government. I have
done much mission work in Mexico and I know firsthand that most Mexican
people are dirt poor. How dare he? He dares because our own President,
who swore to defend the Constitution from all enemies both foreign and
domestic, has himself become an enemy of it, along with the majority of
Democrats and Republicans in the House and Senate. The former Mexican
president went on to call us who are against illegal immigration and
amnesty, "xenophobes." The race card was pulled out also by the present
Mexican President Felipe Calderon when he said that the "Minute men"
are racist because they do not want our southern border open to illegal
aliens. So we who love our country, wish to defend it from invasion,
desire to uphold our national independence, and believe that our
veterans fought to keep us free from foreign rule are xenophobes, and
racists? Well Mr. Fox and Mr. Calderon, call us what you will but we
will not be deterred from protecting our beloved land from all enemies
foreign and domestic. We will continue to fight for our rights as
secured by the blood of our fathers who shed it for our freedom and our
right to self government. We know the truth. We simply stand as
Americans together to make known the true desires of our enemies and to
uphold our sacred right to be One Nation under God.
Dr. David M. Berman
Senior Pastor, Author, Convention Speaker
211 Whitcomb Road
P.O. Box 10357
Swanzey, NH. 03446
Phone 603 352 9471

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Saturday, October 13, 2007

Ron Paul on PBS News Hour

Ron Paul was interviewed on PBS news hour. You can listen on or

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Friday, October 12, 2007


Fred Supports the Draft
Fred supports, and has voted for, more gun control.
Fred voted for the Patriot Act or what I call the Anti-freedom Act..
Fred will increase Torture of terrorists! or so-called terrorists.
Since There are no trials, the US government can just declare anybody
terrorists and get away with it.
Fred will NUKE the iranian scum off the planet.
Fred will send all Muslims to GITMO
Fred has a 22 year old hot wife

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Thursday, October 11, 2007

Pinellas County is an anti-American zone

Pinellas County, Florida is an anti-American zone. The county's
government is actively violating the 1st amendment of the United States
counstitution. for more on
this anti-American county.

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Saturday, October 06, 2007

Amazon Now offers DRM-free MP3s.

Amazon now sells music in the .mp3 format. There is no DRM in the .mp3
files. This means that you can play the music on any mp3 player. You
can buy individual songs or albums. Go to

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Thursday, October 04, 2007

Is Government Giving You A Pain In The Neck: "Chiropractors Voting For Ron Paul" To The Rescue!

Chiropractors Voting for Ron Paul
04 Oct
by Michael Dorausch, DC
Why would chiropractors be so gung ho on the Texas obstetrician, Ron
Paul? I haven't read all the e-mail discussions so I don't yet have a
reasonable idea. Taking a brief look at his issues on health care, it
appears as though Ron Paul's suggestions for health freedom are quite
similar to those in the majority chiropractic interest. That's my first
guess.

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good CNN coverage of Ron Paul

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time to boycott the RIAA

It's time to boycott the Recording Industry Association of America and
all artists that do business with RIAA labels. For years, they have
been extorting money out of thousands of middle class people. The RIAA
and their lawyers know that most middle class people don't have the
money to fight them in court, so they have been extorting thousands of
those people into settling frivolous lawsuits. They've even managed to
sue dead people. Today, a jury baught into their con and awarded them
a $222,000 against a mother named Jammie Thomas. A couple independant
music sites are and

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Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Ron Paul is a credible candidate.

Some people have called Ron Paul a fringe candidate. However, since he
raised over five million for this quarter, even the old media is
starting to take notice.

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from Amy in reader comments

There is a psychiatric / pharmaceutical plan to "suicide screen" every
child in the United States before they graduate from high school.
Evidence exists that shows massive pharmaceutical backing that will
result in even more overdrugging of kids with psychiatric drugs .
Can you take a moment to view this very short video? Click here:
And then sign and forward this petition to your associates
and everyone you know? It already has over 23,000 signatures.
It's simply a race to inform enough parents so something can be done
about this.
Federal bill to ban funding for screening:
Thanks Amy. I just signed the petition.

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Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Congressional Control of Health Care is Dangerous for Children

Ron Paul's Texas Straight Talk - A weekly Column
This week Congress is again grasping for more control over the health
of American children with the expansion of the State Children's Health
Insurance Program (SCHIP). Parents who think federally subsidized
health care might be a good idea should be careful what they wish for.
Despite political rhetoric about a War on Drugs, federally-funded
programs result in far more teenage drug use than the most successful
pill pusher on the playground. These pills are given out as a result of
dubious universal mental health screening programs for school children,
supposedly directed toward finding mental disorders or suicidal
tendencies. The use of antipsychotic medication in children has
increased fivefold between 1995 and 2002. More than 2.5 million
children are now taking these medications, and many children are taking
multiple drugs at one time.
With universal mental health screening being implemented in schools,
pharmaceutical companies stand to increase their customer base even
more, and many parents are rightfully concerned. Opponents of one such
program called TeenScreen, claim it wrongly diagnoses children as much
as 84% of the time, often incorrectly labeling them, resulting in the
assigning of medications that can be very damaging. While we are still
awaiting evidence that there are benefits to mental health screening
programs, evidence that these drugs actually cause violent psychotic
episodes is mounting.
Many parents have very valid concerns about the drugs to which a child
labeled as "suicidal" or "depressed," or even ADHD, could be subjected.
Of further concern is the subjectivity of diagnosis of mental health
disorders. The symptoms of ADHD are strikingly similar to indications
that a child is gifted, and bored in an unchallenging classroom. In
fact, these programs, and many of the syndromes they attempt to screen
for, are highly questionable. Parents are wise to question them.
As it stands now, parental consent is required for these screening
programs, but in some cases mere passive consent is legal. Passive
consent is obtained when a parent receives a consent form and fails to
object to the screening. In other words, failure to reply is considered
affirmative consent. In fact, TeenScreen advocates incorporating their
program into the curriculum as a way to by-pass any consent
requirement. These universal, or mandatory, screening programs being
called for by TeenScreen and the New Freedom Commission on Mental
Health should be resisted.
Consent must be express, written, voluntary and informed. Programs that
refuse to give parents this amount of respect, should not receive
federal funding. Moreover, parents should not be pressured into
screening or drugging their children with the threat that not doing so
constitutes child abuse or neglect. My bill, The Parental Consent Act
of 2007 is aimed at stopping federal funding of these programs.
We don't need a village, a bureaucrat, or the pharmaceutical industry
raising our children. That's what parents need to be doing.

To write your representatives about this bill go to and

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Monday, October 01, 2007

Media Blackout: 161 Federal Tax Charges, 0 Convictions

IRS Suffers Staggering Defeat
Tax Questions Raised Regarding
Gold and Silver Coins Used to Pay Wages
Around noon on Monday, September 17th, a Las Vegas federal jury
returned its verdict refusing to convict nine defendants of any of the
161 federal tax crimes they had been charged with. The charges included
income tax evasion, willful failure to file and conspiracy to evade taxes.
The four-month trial centered around the family businesses of Robert
Kahre who paid numerous workers for their labor with circulating gold
and silver U.S. coins, and did not report the wages. The payments took
place over several years, allegedly totaling at least $114 million dollars.
On September 20, 2007, three days after the federal trial's dramatic
conclusion, the Las Vegas Review Journal, reportedly under a degree of
public pressure, ran its first (and last) story about the outcome of
the trial. To this day, with exception of the single article by the
Review Journal, no major media entity has published a news story
regarding the outcome of this important federal criminal tax case.
The censorship of this important news story is, unfortunately, not
unexpected given the continuing, worldwide onslaught against the U.S.
"dollar" -- specifically the Federal Reserve variety, and the ever
growing numbers of Federal Reserve Notes required to trade for an
actual ounce of silver, gold, oil, or for that matter, anything.
Ron Paul for President in 2008

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Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Ron Paul supporter gets help from ACLU

from the Florida ACLU's The Torch news letter
The 2008 presidential election may still seem far off, but fundraisers,
bumper stickers, yard signs and promotional materials of the like are
already popping up across the state.
These symbols of support are intended to increase candidate visibility
and may at times seem voluminous, but they are constitutionally
protected speech that should be free from government interference. At
least that is what 24- year- old Clermont residents Bryan and Leilani
Orr thought. Then, the city threatened to fine them $ 250 for refusing
to remove a political sign from their front yard.
The Orrs placed the sign in their yard to promote their presidential
favorite, Republican Congressman Ron Paul, never thinking it would
cause controversy. When a Clermont Code Enforcement Officer said they
were in violation of the city ordinance requiring candidates and their
campaigns to pay $ 50 before posting a sign, the Orrs pushed back: " I
simply wasn't going to stand idly by while the City stepped on my
rights as a citizen," Bryan said. Orr researched the ordinance and
found that the regulation did not apply to commercial, real estate, or
any signs other than those of political nature. Certain that political
speech is protected by the First Amendment, Bryan called the ACLU's
Central Florida Regional Office and was delighted to hear what they had to say.
" Political speech is the most protected of any speech," Regional
Director Glenn Katon told him. The ACLU sent a demand letter to the
City of Clermont on behalf of the Orrs citing similar ordinances around
the country that were struck down when challenged in court.
Katon left Clermont officials with two choices— end the enforcement of
their unconstitutional city ordinance or prepare to face the ACLU in
federal court.
The City of Clermont's response arrived less than 24 hours later,
stating that the city would not take any action against the Orrs. The
City also said they would continue to review the 1980 ordinance
regarding political signs and make any necessary revisions, inviting
suggestions from the ACLU for revising the ordinance and the permitting
" No one should let government censor them— and when injustice arises,
we all have a duty to stand up and say not here, not to me," Orr said
after receiving the City's response. " I'm glad it's come to a
resolution that our founding fathers would be pleased with."
Once again the Orrs are displaying the sign in their front yard, and
free speech lives to see another day in Clermont.  Bryan Orr stands by
his political sign in his front yard.

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