FK – Years ago I was told about a guy who put iron shavings in water and drank it because he heard ‘iron’ was good for us. Maybe he wasn’t so crazy after all, at least no crazier than the food corps.
FK – Just whip it out girl, but don’t give your attacker a chance to run. Leave him toes up so he doesn’t attack anyone else after he’s turned back out on the streets by our ‘just-us’ system.
Cantor, who represents Virginia’s 7th District, vastly outspent Brat, an economics professor at Virginia’s Randolph-Macon College.
On Monday evening, Gun Owners of America blanketed the district with phone calls to registered voters, hitting Cantor for his recent vote to expand gun control and noting that Brat stands 100% for the right to keep and bear arms.
FK – Did the ‘tea party’ support either one? It’s so hard to tell what the ‘tea party’ really is anymore.
FK- Now that is funny. The commies want the illegals here so they can get them to vote commie.
FK – How much longer? Is civil war on our door step?
In case you missed it, Google CEO Sergey Brin publicly admitted last week that Google+ was “a mistake” for him — one month after the man he hired to run the social network, Vic Gundotra, left the company without explanation.
Brin told the audience at boutique Bay Area tech conference Recode that he was “kind of a weirdo” and that, “it was probably a mistake for me to be working on anything tangentially related to social to begin with.”
It runs in stark contrast to when Brin told the world how he came to love Google+, and admitted to taking a direct hand in its design at the October 2011 Web 2.0 conference.
FK – Google has suspended me from YouTube again, maybe permanently. Let’s hope Google continues to screw up to the point that it has to sell YouTube to a corporation that respects real freedom of speech.
This is my response, for all the difference it will make. Most of the other commenters seem to agree:
Where is the official ‘provable’ list of all this “daily activity.”
The military hasn’t fought a war for Liberty since 1865 and the bad guys won that one.
The government IS OUR GREATEST THREAT HANDS DOWN. It’s time to wake up and grow up and put forth the effort to understand this.
Have you heard of OathKeepers????!!!!!
We need a militia force in every county to deal with the black-suited Nazis to make sure they don’t murder or railroad into prison any more victims via the ‘drug war’ or the ‘war on terror’ or whatever false ‘war’ the PTAWTB dream up next.
This is just excuse making. The ‘No Rights that aren’t Allowed’ group has been part of the problem for a long time since they helped pass GCA ’68. It was formed by Yankee generals so that should tell us something.
Don’t understand? Put in the time and effort to understand your ‘domestic’ enemies.
FK – One of the most intelligent presentations on this topic I’ve seen though it’s a little dated. I disagree with his ‘conservative’ estimate of when ‘disclosure’ by the E.T.s or whatever will happen(10 – 20) years. We’re still an exceedingly primitive species. Billions think it’s perfectly OK that their god, that’s ‘their’ god, is going to burn the vast majority of humans who ever existed alive in fire forever. By ‘believing’ in such a sadistic asshole they condone its behavior so who knows what else many of us are yet capable of condoning.
The editor of POLICE Magazine, one of the nation’s premier law enforcement publications, published an editorial Tuesday blasting the clamor for additional gun laws in response to the Santa Barbara killing spree, asserting bluntly, “you could have taken away every gun from every law-abiding American and outlawed the manufacture and sale of guns and this killer would have still found a way to leave his mark.”
David Griffith, who has served as editor at POLICE since 2001, said that the Isla Vista killer, who murdered three victims with a knife, was simply evil. He explained that “evil is a hard thing to treat and an even harder thing to contain.”
FK – Good for him but neither ‘crime’ nor spree killers are the issue. The right to kill those who would enslave us further or prevent us from restoring Liberty here is.
FK – We need an anti-tracking option added to the Bill of Rights.