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Irwin Schiff Update + Born Again American

Irwin called me yesterday. He said he got to see the doctor and had an x-ray and nothing was broken. Irwin says it could have caused the onset of arthritis because his back is still killing him but he thinks it's a little better than it was.
 
He said he got a letter from Cindy and was glad to hear from her. Apparently she had sent him many letters, but since he was on the road going back and forth to Vegas court, all of her letters were returned to her. (Why can't they just hold the mail?) Would it be too much work? Or do they do it just to be mean?
 
He repeated that he is appealing Dawson's decision on the sanctions (extra prison time) and that his latest motion or response (I forget which) was supposed to be posted on his web site, but I can't find it. www.paynoincometax.com
 
I told him it was ludicrous to even think he was going to get a different decision from the same group of robes that put him where he is in the first place. I asked him, who are they going to rule for? You or their brothers of the bar? It's a no-brainer. Yet he persists. He also said he has his new book ready to be published (all about the judiciary), so we can look forward to that and I'll let you know when it becomes available.
 
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Born Again American
 
I dedicate this song to the memory of Charles Conces and Dan Meador and to the other great American truth lovers that are no longer with us. They cared about this country, her people, the truth and the rule of law. And to all of you, my fellow Americans still breathing, enjoy and share this wonderful song from these talented artists.
 
Studying what we study (like it's an obsession), has a tendency to get me angry and frustrated. This brought back my perspective and it came at just the right time. Angela

http://www.bornagainamerican.org/index.html

January 31, 2009 in Current Affairs | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

Fur Seals are Starving for Your Help

Juan,

Fur seals, endangered Steller sea lions, and sea birds are starving in the Bering Sea because their food supplies of Alaskan pollock fish are being depleted.

Pollock is the world's largest food fishery. Used to make McDonald's fish sandwiches and frozen fish sticks, the population has decreased by a stunning 62 percent since 2003. Factory fishing trawlers take over a million tons of pollock out of the ocean each year. The fish cannot reproduce and recover as quickly as they are being fished.

Without your help, we may be witnessing the total loss of the Bering Sea ecosystem. Please donate to Greenpeace today to help them prevent a disaster. >>

Multi-national corporations are making a billion dollars a year by overfishing pollock, while local wildlife face extinction. About a million tons of pollock are dragged out of the Bering Sea every year.

For years, Greenpeace has warned that industrial fishing would destroy this fragile environment, but the fisheries managers have buckled under pressure from industry.

In these tough economic times, you can know that Greenpeace will make every dollar of your donation count. Please help them guarantee the survival of the Bering Sea. >>

When Canadian policy makers ignored the warning signs about declining cod populations, the resulting collapse put 40,000 fishermen out of work and caused far-reaching changes to the ecology of the northwest Atlantic. Today, this same scenario is possible in the Bering Sea. The repercussions of this could be disastrous not only for local communities and economies, but for the many wildlife who call this area home.

Please, support Greenpeace's efforts to protect the Bering Sea and all those who depend on it for survival. They can't do it without you. >>

Thank you for helping the Bering Sea ecosystem survive.

Emily
Care2 and
ThePetitionSite Team

January 31, 2009 in Current Affairs | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

EMERGENCY ACTION ALERT - Stop FEMA Camp and Gun Control Legislation NOW!

- Emergency Action Alert -
Stop FEMA Camp and Gun Control Legislation NOW!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVA1bKPA500


RestoreTheRepublic.com, 3149 Dundee Rd #176, Northbrook, Illinois 60062, USA

January 31, 2009 in Current Affairs | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

USA Concentration camps?

There have been all kinds of conspiracy theories about FEMA camps across the US.
Workers have circulated photographs of them with barbed wire (just like Germany's concentration camps)on the internet. Everybody has laughed at them.

Well... here is the House bill that pays for them!   $360 Million over 2 years:

http://www.govtrack.us/congress/billtext.xpd?bill=h111-645


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R

January 30, 2009 in Current Affairs | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

OMG / Response to OMG!

Hello Janet,

Absolutely... I will be happy to forward on your story! Great example of revolution by consumer choice in action.

Thanks and all the best!

- Jim

----- Original Message -----
From: j Z
To: Jim Jones
Sent: Friday, January 30, 2009 12:29 AM
Subject: RE: OMG !

Jim,
 
Please pass this along to your list.  I want everyone to know how DEEPLY satisfying it was last week to call Time Warner cable and terminate all of our services!  We had the bundle package for cable/phone/internet and were paying around $140.00 a month with taxes included!  We have been Time Warner customers for over 10 years.  They always ask why you are terminating your service.  I hope they were recording my answer for "training purposes"!
 
I told them that their prices for all of their products had become far too expensive, especially for Road Runner High Speed, because it mostly delivered lower speeds more of the time - like LIGHT Road Runner.  I went on to say that the only programs worth watching on the 100 something channels that didn't insult my intelligence, beliefs or American way of life was a few of the Austin Community Access Television programs like Alex Jones and our other two or three patriot shows.  But now that I can watch these programs online at www.prisonplanet.tv , and www.simpletruthonline.com  I don't need to pay for cable anymore.  I told them I found other companies who require absolutely no contract for quality internet and cell phone service, and the monthly cost was much more competitive, as well as mobile. 
 
I went on to tell the Time Warner peon that I was not happy with the fact that Time WArner was participating with the government to infringe upon my 4th ammendment rights by installing equipment in my home that has the capability of listening in on conversations. I was also not happy about attempts to coerce me into purchasing services on contracts at an ever increasing monthly rate which, by the way, nearly doubled in the last two years and saw at least 300 percent increases over the last 10 years here in Austin for cable and internet alone. 
 
I hope they learned something.  It felt good to let go of Time Warner.  We will not miss tv as long as we have access to our info on the net.
 
I hope people are wising up and realize that one of their MAJOR powers comes as a consumer!  That power is greatest when people REFUSE to go along with their coersion, extorsion, and infringment on our rights.  None of these technologies are absolutely necessary to life, except the internet.  What did we do before we had those expensive cell phones?  We had ONE phone at home!  What did we do before television?  We had far more time together.  Some day soon we may not have the internet or any of these technologies without severly jeopardizing our liberty.  I'd like to think I am doing my part to not only cause the prices of these conveniences to go down, but to use my power as a consumer to demand that my rights be respected!  Join us in this quest, won't you?
 
 
Janet



From: artman-graphics@comcast.net
To: ;
Subject: Re: OMG !
Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2009 22:58:08 -0500


Hi Tom,
Was that a drama or a documentary that you were watching?
(see Tom's original email below)
 
The first episode of the new drama "The Beast" featured a crack head black guy dealing stolen military code cards who just happens to be a 911 conspiracy nut. The pipe huffing crackhead confronts the undercover FBI agent by asking him "are you a truther?... or a sheep?" ...pointing to a photo on the wall of the twin towers in flames on 911.
He goes on; "everybody knows that it was an inside job... there wasn't even any planes... it was all done with holograms...".
 
Terror TV is going totally fascist. The only things that I can watch now are old movies, drag racing, history channel, sci-fi and HGTV.
Most of what is on the psycho box today is truly toxic and I have seen it's psychologically addictive powers destroy the minds and thinking processes of some of my closest friends and relatives. TV is used today to terrorize it's addicts and control what they think and manipulate them to act in ways that they normally would not. Most TV addicts eventually quit reading books, listening to music, pursuing outside interests and hobbies and socializing with others.
TV becomes their only friend and escape... a drug. A drug that perpetuates depression.
 
I used to love TV and was addicted like most everyone else but I believe today that TV has become a tool of the social engineers and has become the drug that leads to depression and apathy.
The commercials are the worst... the subliminamals imbedded in the ""messages" from our sponsors" are loaded with psychologically damaging triggers such as self defeatism and self-esteem destruction, self loathing, fear and controlling manipulation. I know from personal experience how this "entertainment" system works... I am in the graphics arts/advertising business. There is a good reason why the TV business world refers to what they do as "programming" and why they refer to the commercials as "messages".
It is pretty obvious that today's TV broadcasting is designed to work with the psychoactive anti-depressant drugs that most of the world is on today. Mass mind control on a global scale.
 
Today, watching TV mostly insults my intelligence, isn't very entertaining anymore, and turns my stomach... besides life is to short... I keep myself real busy living and trying to pay the rent.
I watch very little TV now... and don't really miss it.
 
The new order is here. We can't let the ignorant few in denial destroy it for everyone.
God help us all.
----- Original Message -----
From: Tom, Deb & Kids
To: Jim Jones
Sent: Thursday, January 29, 2009 8:22 PM
Subject: OMG !

There's a movie show on TV right now called "Criminal Minds" where the government in the show says that Libertarians are religious nuts living in heavily armed compounds aka Ruby Ridge, Waco, etc, their words not mine who are very anti govt, anti tax etc and from what I just heard behind me are probably the killers of a social worker who was checking on the welfare of a child in the cult compound.  This is fucking unreal, and the cattle watching this will more than likely buy this bullshit !
Jim

January 30, 2009 in Current Affairs | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

Liberty and Freedom

It is found that when man fights for his freedom, man then begins to accumulate laws to take it away from himself. When the People of this once free country contend for their Liberty and Freedom, they seldom get anything for their victory, but new Masters or what can also be called Department Heads. We are really just slaves to the Government.

http://digg.com/political_opinion/Liberty_and_Freedom?OTC-em-sh2

January 30, 2009 in Current Affairs | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

Stimulus For Who?

From Ron Paul's Texas Straight Talk

This week the House is expected to pass an $825 billion economic stimulus package. In reality, this bill is just an escalation of a government-created economic mess. As before, a sense of urgency and impending doom is being used to extract mountains of money from Congress with minimal debate. So much for change. This is déjà vu. We are again being promised that its passage will help employment, help homeowners, help the environment, etc. These promises are worthless. This time around especially, Congress should know better than to pass anything of this magnitude without first reading the fine print. There a many red flags that I have found in this bill.

At least $4 billion is allocated to expanding the police state and the war on drugs through Byrne grants, which even the Bush administration opposed, and the COPS program, both of which are corrupt and largely ineffective programs.

To help Big Brother keep a better eye on us and our children, $20 billion would go towards health information technology, which would create a national system of electronic medical records without adequate privacy protection. These records would instead be subject to the misnamed federal "medical privacy" rule, which allows government and state-favored special interests to see medical records at will. An additional $250 million is allocated for states to nationalize individual student data, expanding Federal control of education and eroding privacy.

 $79 billion bails out states that haphazardly expanded their budgets during the bubble years, but refuse to retrench and cut back, as their taxpayers have had to, during recession years.

$200 million expands Americorps. $100 million goes to "faith-and-community" based organizations for social services, which will further insinuate the government into charity and community service. Private charities are much more efficient and effective because they are directly accountable to donors, while public programs tend to get rewarded for failure. With its money, the Federal Government brings its incompetence and its whims, while creating foolish dependence. This is sad to see.

Of course the bill is rife with central planning projects. $4 billion for job training, much of which will be used to direct workers into "green jobs". $200 million to "encourage" electric cars, $2 billion to support US manufacturers of advanced batteries and battery systems, which is yet another function of government I can't find in the Constitution. Not to mention $500 million for energy efficient manufacturing demonstration projects, $70 million for a Technology Innovation Program for "research in potentially revolutionary technologies" in which government, not supply and demand, will pick winners and losers. $746 million for afterschool snacks, $6.75 billion for the Department of Commerce, including $1 billion for a census.

This bill delivers an additional debt burden of $6,700 to every American man, woman and child.

There is a lot of stimulus and growth in this bill - that is, of government. Nothing in this bill stimulates the freedom and prosperity of the American people. Politician-directed spending is never as successful as market-driven investment. Instead of passing this bill, Congress should get out of the way by cutting taxes, cutting spending, and reining in the reckless monetary policy of the Federal Reserve.

Demand a "NO" vote on this criminal legislation! Contact your elected representatives at the following links

United States Congress:

http://www.house.gov/house/MemberWWW_by_State.shtml

United States Senate

http://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm

After contacting your representatives, contact your local media at:

http://www.mediapost.com/directories/

In Liberty,

-VoteRonPaul.com
http://www.VoteRonPaul.com


 



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January 28, 2009 in Current Affairs | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

New on BreakTheMatrix: 5 Steps to Freer Media, Operation BTM, S.E. Cupp and more!

http://www.breakthematrix.com/node/32739

Greetings Matrix Breakers!

We have a lot going on at BTM - here's a quick overview:

1.  New shows - Libertarian Lady joins BTM this week!  ByteStyle Episode 2 is up, with 5 easy steps for using twitter to get unfiltered news, plus my picks for this week's best/worst of the web.

2.  Upcoming events - S.E. Cupp is on Wake Up America tomorrow!

3.  Operation BTM is underway!!  Thanks to BTM member BEATLE for putting this together. 

4.  BTM is getting a makeover - we're shifting our focus to OnDemand content, so you can watch whatever you want, whenever you want!  Also on the way...  BTM mobile. 

Details for all of these things here:
http://www.breakthematrix.com/node/32739

Have a great week!

Shelly Roche

BreakTheMatrix.com

January 28, 2009 in Current Affairs | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

Ron Paul 1/27/2009 We Have Rejected The Market Economy

Ron Paul educates the people on the central planning that has dominated our economy for decades. Dr. Paul describes the effects of our inflationary system as well as our lose of economic freedoms and civil liberties

http://digg.com/political_opinion/Ron_Paul_1_27_2009_We_Have_Rejected_The_Market_Econom?OTC-em-sh2

January 28, 2009 in Current Affairs | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

Ron Paul calls Obama a Fraud

Ron Paul exposes Barack Obama as a fraud, playing politics with his anti-war message. His voting record, even of recent, does not support his position against conflict.

http://digg.com/political_opinion/Ron_Paul_calls_Obama_a_Fraud_7?OTC-em-sh2

January 28, 2009 in Current Affairs | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack