by George Spelvin, staff writer
A nationwide flu outbreak could be a sufficient excuse to call up the National Guard Rapid Response Parallel support module to take control of a “national emergency” with possible declaration of martial law protocols. According to a North Carolina police lieutenant, in some three to six months declarations of martial law could be made throughout the nation. In a two part radio broadcast aired by a Virginia pastor, Lieutenant McCoy has attracted the attention of more than 20,000 listeners. “We’re in huge trouble,” he says as he calls up memories of white, granite gravestones all over Europe; gravestones marking the final resting place of veterans who died “for us” during World War II. (1)
Tragically, many of our veterans are now referred to as potential “domestic terrorists” by President Obama’s Department of Homeland Security. Men who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan have been declared “risks” should they choose to purchase a firearm for private … Continue Reading:FEMA and the National Guard–working for or against the American public?
by Doug Book, staff writer
“At this point…Gallup Daily tracking of likely voter preferences suggests Obama has lost more support than he could afford to, given his current [51% to 45%] deficit to his Republican challenger, Mitt Romney.” (1)
If this sounds like good news, the Gallup 7 day tracking poll has even better. Mitt Romney has been ahead of Barack Obama for the past several days with the October 27 result of 51-45 once again putting the challenger over the 50% level into territory which Obama has failed to approach for a very long time.
And now, according to Gallup’s “demographics of likely voters,” it appears the 2012 election will find more Republicans than Democrats heading to the polls on November 6th!
Over the past few years, more voters have been identifying themselves as Republican and fewer as Democrat. As Gallup sees it, this means that “…the party composition of the electorate … Continue Reading:Gallup believes turnout may favor Romney in a BIG way
by Doug Book, staff writer
Feigning indignity, outrage and remorse, the Obama Administration quietly watched from the sidelines as a Hezbollah commander, guilty of planning the murder of five U.S. Marines, was set free on July 30th by the Iraqi central criminal court.
In January of 2007, a dozen or more terrorists dressed in U.S. uniforms opened fire on a military camp in Karbala, just south of Baghdad. One soldier died at the scene and four others were kidnapped, tortured and murdered by the terrorists. The mastermind of this complex and well-planned attack was Ali Mussa Daqduq, a Lebanese national taken by U.S. forces in Basra just 2 months after the operation.
For 5 years, Daqduq was held at Camp Cropper, a US military detention facility in Baghdad. Yet neither George Bush nor Barack Obama saw fit to try the terrorist killer for his crimes.
For the criminal prosecution of Daqduq, whether in … Continue Reading:Obama Regime helps to free Muslim murderer of 5 Marines
By Suzanne Eovaldi, staff writer
Anarchy long has been a driving theme of the cynosure signer of an online petition of 1,200 authors and writers lending their support to the Occupy Wall Street types daily ramping up their message that Capitalism is Evil.
Noam Chomsky’s name stands out in bas-relief from even authors like Margaret Atwood and Salman Rushdie, still under Imam Khomeimi’s fatwa for his novel The Satanic Verses (l989), along with Alice Walker, author of The Color Purple. Over fifty years a professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Chomsky and his teachings often were mentioned in the academic circles of the University of Chicago types with whom I sometimes was allowed to chat.
His leftist interpretations of transformational grammar ideology somehow took second place to Chomsky’s belief that people are served best without any government at all. The word Anarchy in our Indo-European Family of Languages is derived from the Medieval … Continue Reading:We know what Occupy Wall Streeters are, why pretend to understand their pseudo intellectualism?