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U.S. Election: A Season for Political Spending

April 9, 2012

Most Americans know that when President Obama entered the power pole of presidency, he changed the law to allow unlimited spending for campaign contributions. One year ago, the Obama administration was contemplating an executive order that would require all corporations with a government contract to disclose political spending. The purpose was to make the federal contracting process more transparent. Since so many companies have a federal contract, the order was seen as an act of disclosure that required all corporations to reveal political spending over $10,000.

As is often true in politics, this initiative seems to be dead. The administration is unlikely to issue that order until after the 2012 elections at the earliest, and you know why. It’s been a grand pretense.

The larger question is what the White House is actually willing to do to create a better campaign finance system. If it’s not going to sign this executive order, the administration could try to force some nominees onto the Federal Elections Commission, as many good government groups have urged. Alternately, the White House could call for the Securities and Exchange Commission to issue rules requiring political spending disclosure, a move that one SEC commissioner has already voiced support for.

If Barack Obama is serious about campaign finance reform, he might take some of these executive actions. Alternately, he could just keep supporting bills he knows won’t pass, while raking in millions to his Super PAC for untold future promises.


How the U.S. Government is Spending Money

March 29, 2012

Obama Administration: Your Tax Dollars Spent on Overseas Mosques

February 18, 2012

Your Tax Dollars Spent on Overseas Mosques

US Facing An Unsustainable Crisis

February 2, 2012

countdown BernankeThe strange French of “financial literacy” is once again being touted in Washington. “Although historical experience and economic theory do not indicate the exact threshold at which the perceived risks associated with the U.S. public debt would increase markedly, we can be sure that, without corrective action, our fiscal trajectory will move the nation ever closer to that point,” says Fed chairman Bernanke. Quite simply put, the United States federal government can’t continue operating as it has been over the last decade or more.

Bernanke says that an economic recovery is underway and that Washington risks undoing that. According to some, “bipartisan politics’ is part of the problem. Like most Americans, I’m hardly fooled by such talk. One of the largest problems in this nation is that politics in both parties has become more and more synonymous. The only difference is advertising and perception, a problem that some politicians feel must be changed this election. The real problem is that any change is just window dressing. The power behind the throne remains the same.

Spending, jobs and national production have only recently began to indicate the possibility of improvement. Those in financial circles are fearful of continued stability with record government spending. The politicians see staying the course as a kind of guarantee that the job market will continue to improve. Stable prices is the other goal as the nation faces hyperinflation from continued ‘quantitative easing,’ the vernacular that indicates printing more greenbacks. Why is Bernanke cautionary? He realizes that at some point the Federal Reserve cannot continue their present course and expect the financial rivets to stay the hull. The iceberg of uncontrollable inflation is staring him in the face. Even an overextended global currency can’t continue forever without credit restraint. Even Bernanke is smart enough to see the signs.

Preparing for an Economic Collapse and Food Crisis

Government Credit is Everything & Nothing

January 10, 2012


In the nation that we affectionately call the United States, a situation exists where nearly 50 million people are dependent on food stamps and the numbers keep getting worse. The majority of the population is now reliant on the government for their day-to-day living expenses. There is a comparative handful of people who fritter away billion of dollars every year through the financial institutions they control while their annual “compensation” is an inconsiderable fraction of the losses they preside over. A global banking system, where fiat money created out of thin air through the fractional reserve, used to be to lent to individuals and businesses. That money credit is now being created to buy the debt of government.

The amount of that debt continues to increase everywhere, often with a shrinking tax base of older folks with falling birthrates. Everywhere, the idea of a government actually reducing, let alone paying off its debt. is considered irresponsible because of the “recession” which would be the inevitable outcome. US ratings agencies downgrade European sovereign debt on concerns that the nation in question ‘might not’ be able to pay off their debt while ignoring the fact that this same debt is the ONLY foundation available to the credit-based monetary system.

As the guardians of the insane system, the central banks boast about their indispensable role in maintaining monetary stability. To maintain this invaluable stability, they decree non-existent interest rates, create ever larger mountains of freshly printed money to keep companies, banks and governments solvent. They go to any length to prevent paper assets from being genuinely priced in any form. The marketplace is a fiction.

Recently, at a picturesque resort in Wyoming, Fed chairman Ben Bernanke met with his global counterparts. The financial world was attentively looking for indications of what these men are planning after having exhausted every monetary policy tool at their disposal. They continue to print dollars.

The never-ending credit expansion is obviously unsustainable. It’s painfully obvious, like the stoned dad that pilfers away the earnings of his family to buy more bad drugs. In the meantime, the mob supplies the credit for the kids to live on. The insanity must stop, but not because of any wisdom or bold “financial literacy.” One day, it simply will. Everything that real people have put their faith in simply won’t help them anymore.

Ron Paul Speaks About The Treason of Indefinite Detention

January 3, 2012

Every American citizen that doesn’t act or do exactly as the government dictates is now subject to indefinite detention per new law. What is coming down the pike? You can use your imagination.

The Truth About the New US National Detainee Policy

January 2, 2012

Confusion and debate continue about Obama’s approval of the abominable HR1540. This article isn’t about to change that, just as millions of non-custodial parents have lived for the last few decades under increasing tribulation under federal oppression through the Bradley Amendment. If you weren’t aware, you gave up key rights of privacy under this legislation even though you weren’t involved. HR1540 isn’t any different. If you aren’t aware of it, you’d better wake up. All that is needed is an incident, manufactured or otherwise. What is worse is the list of offenses listed below. Reading this article could offend the sensibilities of authority. While the author is somewhat critical of the intelligence of Americans, I say that most are too misdirected by the media or simply too busy. That needs to change. The pdf files are being stored on this website for your use and reference. In doubt? Read this article and think about it. ~ E.J. Manning

National Defense HR1540 conf

by Mike Adams

In the aftermath of the signing of the NDAA by the traitorous President Obama, some citizens remain completely hoodwinked by the language of the bill, running around the internet screaming that the law “does not apply to American citizens.”

This is, naturally, part of the side effect of having such a dumbed-down education system where people can’t even parse the English language anymore. If you read the bill and understand what it says, it clearly offers absolutely no protections of U.S. citizens. In fact, it affirms that Americans are subjected to indefinite detainment under “existing authorities.”

Let’s parse it intelligently, shall we?

First off, the offending section of the bill that used to be called 1031 was moved to 1021. Here is the title: HR1540



The two relevant sections to consider are titled and stated as follows;

(d) CONSTRUCTION. — Nothing in this section is intended to limit or expand the authority of the President or the scope of the Authorization for Use of Military Force.

By PARSING the language here, we must split it into two sentences based on the “or” operator. This statement essentially means:

• Nothing in this section is intended to LIMIT the authority of the President or the scope of the Authorization for Use of Military Force.

• Nothing in this section is intended to EXPAND the authority of the President or the scope of the Authorization for Use of Military Force.

In other words, this section places no limits whatsoever of the “authority of the President” to use military force (against American citizens). Keep that in mind as you read the next section:

(e) AUTHORITIES. — Nothing in this section shall be construed to affect existing law or authorities relating to the detention of United States citizens, lawful resident aliens of the United States, or any other persons who are captured or arrested in the United States.

This section “e” is the section that the hoodwinked people on the internet are running around saying “protects American citizens” from the NDAA. But where do they dream up such language? If you read section (e) again, you’ll discover it says nothing whatsoever about protecting American citizens from the NDAA. Instead, here’s what it really says when parsed into two sentences based on the “or” operator:

• Nothing in this section shall be construed to affect existing LAW relating to the detention of United States citizens, lawful resident aliens of the United States, or any other persons who are captured or arrested in the United States.

• Nothing in this section shall be construed to affect existing AUTHORITIES relating to the detention of United States citizens, lawful resident aliens of the United States, or any other persons who are captured or arrested in the United States.

In other words, section (e) only says that it does not alter “existing authorities” relating to the detention of US citizens.

So to answer the question about whether this affects U.S. citizens, you have to understand “existing authorities.”

What are those “existing authorities?”

Existing authorities already allow indefinite detainment and the killing of American citizens

As everyone who studies history well knows, the Patriot Act already establishes an “existing authority” that anyone suspected of being involved in terrorist-related activities can be arrested and detained without trial. If you don’t believe me, just Google it yourself. This is not a debated issue; it’s widely recognized.

Furthermore, President Obama already insists that he has the authority to kill American citizens merely by decree! As Reuters reported on October 5, 2011, a “secret panel” of government officials (who report to the President) can decide to place an American citizen on a “kill list” and then murder that person, without trial, without due process, and without even being arrested. (

Importantly, as Reuters reports, “Two principal legal theories were advanced [in support of the kill list authority] — first, that the actions were permitted by Congress when it authorized the use of military forces against militants in the wake of the attacks of September 11, 2001.”

Are you getting this yet? So the authority ALREADY exists for the President to order the killing of an American citizen. All that is required is that they be suspected of being involved in terrorism in any way, and not a shred of evidence is required by the government to support that. There is no trial, no arraignment, no evidence and not even a hearing. You are simply accused and then disappeared.

Thus, the authority already exists, you see, and the NDAA openly states that “Nothing in this section shall be construed to affect existing AUTHORITIES…”

In other words, the NDAA does nothing to protect American citizens, and it piggy-backs on the Patriot Act as well as Obama’s executive “kill list” justifications to essentially place all Americans in the crosshairs of government murderers or military action.

Rep. Justin Amash, a Congressman from Michigan, explains:

The key to subsection 1021(e) is its claim that sec. 1021 does not “affect existing law or authorities” relating to the detention of persons arrested on U.S. soil. If the President’s expansive view of his own power were in statute, that statement would be true. Instead, the section codifies the President’s view as if it had always existed, authorizing detention of “persons” regardless of citizenship or where they are arrested. It then disingenuously says the bill doesn’t change that view. (…)

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Storing food could get you labeled as a terror suspect

So then, you might be wondering, “What kinds of activities could get me accused of being involved in supporting terrorism?”

And here’s the kicker, because all the following activities could cause you to be arrested, detained, interrogated and even murdered all under U.S. law, thanks to Obama:

• Criticizing the federal government.
• Using cash to purchase things.
• Storing food and medical supplies.
• Owning a firearm and storing ammunition.
• Standing still and minding your own business near a government building.
• Writing something down on a piece of paper near a government building.
• Using a pair of binoculars.
• Protesting for animal rights in front of a medical lab.
• Protesting your government (or Wall Street).
• Requesting to take more than a couple thousand dollars out of your bank account in cash.

You see, under existing authority, you could be labeled a “terror suspect” for engaging in any of these activities, and then LEGALLY arrested, detained, interrogated or even killed by the U.S. government, all under Obama’s authority (or whatever next President takes over in Washington and perhaps does far worse things with that power…)

You are already enemy combatants, folks. The NDAA does absolutely nothing to protect you from its provisions. In fact, it openly states that it does not limit existing authorities — authorities which already claim the right to subject you to indefinite military detention merely for being “suspected” of involvement with “terrorism,” which could be interpreted to apply in practically any situation.

Reading between the lines
Get this through your heads, folks: to properly understand the NDAA (or any other bill), you have to learn to think like lawyers and tyrants.

They don’t just put language right out in plain view that says, “Americans may never be arrested or detained without due process.” Instead, they create a web of legalese statements that are cross-referenced, paraphrased and specifically engineered to obfuscate their intended purpose. This is designed to hide their true intentions, not to make them clear.

Furthermore, if the bill actually intended to protect Americans from the NDAA, then it should have contained language saying something like, “American citizens are specifically excluded from all the provisions of this bill, in its entirety.”

I’ll bet anyone a thousand dollars they won’t find language like that in the bill. Because it doesn’t exist! And the reason it doesn’t exist is because the NDAA is clearly intended to apply to American citizens.

The writers of the bill have managed to fool a lot of everyday people who seem unable to parse language and read plain English with any depth of understanding. That is as much a failure of America’s public education system as anything else. I find it astonishing that today’s citizens can’t even read and understand the grammatical structure of sentences written in plain English. This alone is a highly disturbing subject that must be addressed another day. For now, it’s enough just to realize that the NDAA really does apply to you, me, and all our neighbors and friends. In signing it, Obama has cemented his place in history as the enabler of government-sponsored mass murder of its own citizens.

History does repeat itself after all, huh? Hitler, Stalin, Mao and now “Obama the enabler.” While Obama himself probably won’t engage in the mass murder of American citizens, have no illusions that a future President will try to use the powers enacted by Obama to carry out such crimes. Gingrich, anyone?