Monday, December 10, 2007

RE: Flu shots

Our pediatrician does not recommend Thimerosal based vaccines. He does give us options, and suggests waiting between shots. The other important thing we found out is that kids should be really healthy when getting any vaccination, and not have like colds or be “under the weather” of any sort. This gives them better chances on bouncing back from the vaccine itself. Jake for instance has allergies, including peanuts, which gives him a disadvantage to certain medicines as we have found out.

Even though there is conflicting information, most of it is coming from the government and the big pharma industries. I keep asking people if they believe big pharma is looking out for the safety of the kids or for profits? The CDC and FDA are simply wanting to stem the tide of millions of families if in fact bad information is revealed like in the case of Merck Viox, or the Bayer Hemophiliac disaster.

We are being cautious none-the-less.

Friday, November 16, 2007 Amero information fake!

The Hal Turner Show somehow manages to get peoples attention with these "ground breaking" stories all the time. Hal Turner is nothing but a fraud artist taking advantage of people who do not do their research properly. I would equate Hal Turner as the left version of Glenn Beck or Bill O'Reilly. These people subvert information and make NO attempt to tell people they are transmitting false claims.

Take for instance the Amero claims on Hal's website. The coins themselves are "fantasy coins" that come from dc-coin.

The Amero is real, the North American Union is real, and Hal Turner has once again managed to convince people the Denver Mint is making these coins. Well, not these coins Hal. They are made out of copper and silver by dc-coin selling non-US mint collectors coins.

Engadget blew the Hal Turner "Keyboard Logging" scandal wide open, and there are multiple instances on the net disproving this obvious lie. Of course the images he links to are all gone now, but I still remember the story. However, our friends at captured this data permanently. Dans Data review has a great Keyghost Logger write-up.

Whatever Hal Turner is up to, its not the truth. I personally want to listen to someone that at least gets the information right most of the time and that I NEVER catch lying on purpose. Why not take Alex Jones Infowars for instance? This guy always has good information and I have never once found he is subverting the facts. Is Alex passionate and does he use information to his advantage on his show, yes, but never flat out fabricates or lies about stuff.

Listen to Hal Turner if you have a passion for funny, well derived fictional stories like the Onion.

Sunday, November 04, 2007

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Monday, August 27, 2007

Why I oppose Ron Paul

I got a response letter from a netizen about Ron Paul. I thought it important to understand the ideas and thought process behind someone who does not support Ron Paul. This country and Ron Paul especially engage in the idea of free speech. Although a free platform is not required, I thought this post was especially thought through and requires a response. Please by all means respond to this post with your thoughts and counter-arguments. Please keep the thread without insults people.

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by Kursio
published 8/27/2007

I think that Ron Paul’s policy of non-intervention, withdrawal from Iraq and immigration stances are good ideas, not to mention that he brings a lot of hope and inspiration for many people and get usually politically inactive young people to take part in campaigning. However I don’t like his libertarian domestic policies (except promoting state’s right and standing up for constitution) that would effectively abolish most federal programs which help the poor and low-income people the most while Paul would want toreduce regulations on enterprises to a minimum: government power would change to corporation power at worst, in the long-shot. His voting record is clearly anti-environmentalist which I see highly irresponsible in the time of global warming, he opposed raise on the minimum wage that would raise the quality of life of the poorest workers and he opposes right for abortion (though he would let the states decide), not to mention that he could reduce foreign aid as he sees it more harmful than helpful. When looking his voting record he hasn’t fought against corruption that much but on the contrary wanted to maintain it by voting NO on campaign finance reform banning soft-money contributions, voted NO on banning soft money and issue ads, and promotes UNLIMITED campaign contributions; with full disclosure. This would lead to even more corrupted politics and money would get even bigger role, effectively maintaining and strengthening two-party system. Furthermore, Ron Paul opposes giving a representative who could vote in Congress & electoral vote for over 500 000 D.C. residents, appealing to the Constitution which clearly isn’t flawless when today’s world is concerned. Hisstance in this issue goes against the principles of democracy: every adult citizen counts in the decision-making process.

What comes to Paul’s isolationist foreign policy: withdrawal from international organizations such as WTO, NATO, World Bank and especially the UN (in addition to some free trade treaties) would be showing back to rest of the world while hurting US economic & political interests and strengthening the idea of strong nation states in other countries, and I don’t think that such countries are in anyone’s interests. Lack of cooperation and strong, selfish major powers eventually got the world into WW I and II.International cooperation at political, economic and military level is what brings stability and peace to the world: the EU was established for the very reason for European countries to cooperate with each other, increase commerce, promote common values and stop further wars. Moreover, withdrawal from the UN would mean that the USA wouldn’t take part in the peacekeeping operations anymore.

Ron Paul is seen as a candidate of true change but if that’s the case, why he doesn’t promote abolishment of ”first-past-the-post” election system which effectively created & maintains corrupted and undemocratic two-party dominance and replace it with a multi-party system, not to mention the Electoral College that isn’t needed anymore? Why he doesn’t actively campaign against the power of lobbyists in Washington? Why he doesn’t talk about electoral reform in general? I take my information about Paul mainly from but have also read ”issues” section from his homepage.

I indeed support Barack Obama for president though I don’t 100% agrees with him in issues. He’s not just charismatic & able speaker, he’s also honest, humble and energetic “people’s man” who has good record in fighting against corruption & lobbyists while promoting voting rights & bi-partisan approach. He’s relatively young in the US politics and as black he would significantly increase racial equality & tolerance, if not by legislation at least by attitudes. His plan for withdrawal from Iraq is realistic like his new foreign policy proposals which mainly emphasize cooperation over using the force ofarms. His health care & energy plans are seemingly good & extensive, and he’s Washington outsider compared to other major candidates (except John Edwards). Obama brings hope & change while he has realistic chances to actually make it to the WhiteHouse unlike Ron Paul in current conditions. I actually think that most Paul-supporters will vote for Obama if he’s nominated in the Democratic Convention.

It’s true that Ron Paul’s presence in the internet is extensively strong and young people show him strong support but this isn’t enough. Ron Paul lacks a lot of campaign money compared to front-runners to get face & policy recognition, the mass media largely ignores him and polls don’t look that good. Some people point out that Ron Paul has almost as much campaign money as Mitt Romney after expenses but this is a false comparison: Romney has got a lot of media visibility with his money unlike Paul who has used it pretty carefully. Though Paul won New Hampshire straw-poll it must be noted that the poll didn’t hold much significance compared to Iowa straw-poll, and internetpolls give very biased & even false picture as people can vote more than once in most of them. Not to mention that strong hype & campaign activity in the streets and in the internet may not mean a lot of actual support: Governor Howard Dean had stronggrassroots support and internet presence in 2004 but he came down like a janitor from the roof in the Primaries. I think Ron Paul will make it to 4th or 5th place but he won’t win the primaries: people aren’t completely fed up with the Democrats & Republicans whohave many different candidates, the mass media calls the shots and money talks, not to mention that there’s no visible crisis in the USA in the eyes of most people that would require totally new candidate for president. It can also be questioned if there are thatmany voters in the USA who actually agree with Paul’s libertarian policies.

What comes to the Council of Foreign Relations: it’s a political think-tank, a policy discussion club with a lot of influence & also secrecy surrounding it, agreeto that, but as far as I’m concerned it’s still not some secret conspiracy society that promotes North American Union under one government: increasing economic and security policy cooperation isn’t the same thing, and pointing out that X actually means Zdoesn’t make it true. There’s not even a mention about the one world government like many want to argue, and there’s no actual proof that Barack Obama or evenother presidential candidates would be actual members as the CFR doesn’t publish its membership records anywhere and speaking in CFR event doesn’t make aperson a member, even active one: Youtube videos and conspiracy sites are hardly credible sources. For example many Germans were members of the NSDAP during1930’s & WW II just to help their careers or not stand out from the pack. Furthermore, the policy statements & programs are written by a small group of CFR insider members and those statements & programs aren’t voted on in some national CFR convention to get approval from CFR members. Whole hype around the CFR makes me wonder: is this really the only major argument that many Paul-supporters make against frontrunners andother candidates? I hope not.

Furthermore I would like to add that even if, by some miracle, Ron Paul would be elected to become the president of the United States; he would hardly get much done if he would stand as firmly behind his principles as he has to this point. Legislation initiatives would get grid-locked, Paul’s vetoes repealed by Congressional majority, and Paul’s legislationinitiatives would hardly pass in addition to fact that mass media would bombard maverick president Paul. What this would cause would be a better cooperation andunderstanding between the Democrats & Republicans while strengthening support for third party and independent candidates which is a good thing.

Nevertheless, my main concern in this whole Ron Paul-issue was that no matter who supports what candidate, is that some people spread negative, hateful and even false information around from other candidates and paint devils into walls while taking noopposing, not even tiny critical stance towards their own candidate: in this aspect I just happened to read comments of Ron Paul’s videos and decided to comment a little bit in trying to break this image of Ron Paul as some Vice Jesus for many of his supporters. Isnegative campaigning really bringing about hope & change? The Paul supporters should make positive campaign emphasizing Paul’s values instead of furiously attacking against other candidates: criticizing others and attacking others are two different things.

P.S. I remembered that Iraq was going to switch to euros but wasn’t able to fully carry it out until the Coalition invaded at 2003.

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Sunday, June 17, 2007




TO: Mr. Stephen R. Monier

c/o Office of the U.S. Marshal

Warren B. Rudman U.S. Courthouse

55 Pleasant Street, Suite 207

Concord 03301


FROM: Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.

Private Attorney General, 18 U.S.C. 1964(a), Rotella v. Wood

DATE: June 15, 2007 A.D.

SUBJECT: Mr. Ed and Mrs. Elaine Brown

Greetings Mr. Monier:

This is to inform you formally and officially that my office legally represents the United States ex rel. in Tenth Circuit appeal #07-2017.

In that case, extensive verified evidence has already been admitted into that Court’s record, proving conclusively that there is no Statute at Large creating a specific liability for income taxes imposed by subtitle A of the Internal Revenue Code (“IRC”).

The alleged “liability” was fabricated by the Internal Revenue Service, but there is no corresponding Act of Congress creating that specific liability for any income taxes imposed by IRC subtitle A.

Accordingly, even if the IRS were a de jure service, bureau, office or other subdivision of the U.S. Department of the Treasury (which they are NOT), they would still not have any authority to create a tax liability by means of regulations published in the Federal Register. See 31 U.S.C. 333; Commissioner v. Acker, 361 U.S. 87 (1959).

Moreover, you are hereby served with formal NOTICE that the constitutionality of IRC subtitle A, the federal Jury Selection and Service Act and the Act of June 25, 1948, has now been properly and formally challenged in that Tenth Circuit Appeal.

In the first instance, it is now the position of the United States ex rel. that the Jury Selection and Service Act is unconstitutional because it expressly discriminates against State Citizens by requiring that all jury candidates be federal citizens. The U.S. Supreme Court has already held that such “class discrimination” in jury selection is unconstitutional. There are two (2) classes of citizens in America.

Therefore, the Browns were never “indicted” by a lawfully convened federal grand jury, and they were never “convicted” by a lawfully convened federal trial jury. Both panels of federal citizens were not lawfully convened federal juries, in the first instance.

My office has not yet had an opportunity to review any of the court pleadings filed in the Browns’ case. Nevertheless, our 17 years of experience in State and federal litigation inform us that the U.S. Department of Justice routinely institutes criminal proceedings on behalf of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. However, the latter entity incorporated twice in Delaware, and both of those foreign corporations have now been revoked by the Delaware Secretary of State.

To make matters much worse, the long-standing rule in all federal litigation is that statutes conferring original jurisdiction on Federal District Courts must be strictly construed. The Article IV United States District Court has no criminal jurisdiction whatsoever. The general grant of criminal jurisdiction at 18 U.S.C. 3231 confers original jurisdiction upon the Article III District Courts of the United States, not on the Article IV United States District Courts.

We have enclosed a few key documents to substantiate every statement above, and full details are readily available from supporting links and related resources in the Supreme Law Library on the Internet here:


Accordingly, formal demand is hereby made of you and all of your associates, accomplices and accessories of whatever description, to cease and desist immediately from any further attempts to apprehend the Browns or to trespass upon their fundamental Rights or private property in any manner whatsoever.


If you willfully violate this lawful NOTICE AND DEMAND TO CEASE AND DESIST, this is our formal NOTICE to you of our intent to lodge a VERIFIED CRIMINAL COMPLAINT, ON INFORMATION specifically naming you as a principal in a conspiracy to engage in a pattern of racketeering activities in connection with the Browns and in connection with any other attempts by your office to enforce a non-existent liability for IRC subtitle A “income taxes”, in violation of 18 U.S.C. 1962.

Notice to agents is notice to principals.

Notice to principals is notice to agents.

Thank you for your immediate cooperation.

Sincerely yours,

/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell

Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.

Private Attorney General, Criminal Investigator and

Federal Witness: 18 U.S.C. 1510, 1512-13, 1964(a)

List of Hard Copy Attachments:

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

What happened to the root cert?

Has anyone seen the Root cert called "UTN-USERFirst-Hardware"? Or for that matter an EV (Extended Validation) certificate? It seems that Network Solutions has somehow changed their certificate model to using this UTN cert Root certificate path.

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Thursday, May 24, 2007

Goodling Admits Her Partisan Hirings Were ‘Illegal’

"In her opening statement to the House Judiciary Committee today, Monica Goodling — the Justice Department’s former White House liaison — admitted that she had “taken inappropriate political considerations into account” while hiring career employees at the Department."

Karl Rove and AG Gonzales are the power players behind all this stuff. As people start getting burned around them, we will start to see a flood of fire extinguishers coming out and whistle blowers. Even Bush had to hire and fire several generals and other cabinet posts before he found just the right suck-ups. What we have is a dictator with spineless ninny minions lurking around the Executive Branch now.

and because of all these lies, I need to talk about how to fix it:

I have been watching sessions on C-SPAN and you should really hear how the Congress feels about the President. Its not just the Democrats, but some Republicans are also not very happy about what is going on. Yes, there are still some nut-job war mongers lingering around but not too many any more. (but then again, who isn't going to vote for more money for our troops so they don't starve).

I personally feel that we should have a separate funding process for ongoing operations, so our troops get clothes, bullet proof vests, bullets, food, etc. Then we have discussions on funding for extra war effort and time lines, etc, which I think will never get past the Congress. They take too much effort in all the ninnying and cowing to the President. Who is going to finally take some action and stop this crap from happening? We need Ron Paul in there.

Fixing a lot of our monetary policy, lobbying, corporatism, and the military industrial complex problems will go a long way to getting America back again. Ron Paul addresses most of these topics.

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Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Will Republicans Destroy Themselves Before They Destroy America?

"As everyone except for a dwindling band of Bush supporters now knows, the US is in a terrible situation in Iraq from which it cannot extract itself. For Bush and Cheney, their own pride and delusion are more compelling than US casualties, the destruction of Iraq and its people, and the inflaming of sectarian strife and anti-American violence..."

All I need to say, is please start watching C-SPAN. I have been watching the "Today in Washington" shows, and the "Tonight in Washington" show. There is some really good dialogue going on here. You will find out that the Congress is really distressed about the President's actions and want things to change.

The legislative process is slow, but as long as good people keep on fighting change will happen.

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Friday, April 06, 2007

How The RIAA Destroyed The Record Store

"Owners of little record store detail the evil machinations of the recording industry."

This is the best article I have read of late about the music sales industry. I think they hit it right on the head. Who would have known that greedy music bigwig bastards by stuffing their pockets would kill the industry? Ok, that was a little sarcastic, but come on, if you only look after yourself you will get whats coming to you.

The RIAA needs to immediately and unconditionally accept online forms of music, P2P and bring back the 80's and early 90's style of music marketing. The record stores will slowly come back. Stores such as Wal Mart will also need to have brand new distribution agreements forbidding the under-sale of music, and no more exclusive boxing deals. Multi-national giganto-corporations are where the problems are at too, not just the music industry.

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Federal marshals arrest wrong man in S.J.

According to the article "A San Jose man wrongfully arrested on sex charges by the U.S. Marshals Service was released from Santa Clara County Jail late Thursday night."

It also seems
"The name, address, drivers license and birthday matched up information provided by the Prince George County Police Department."

However, the most shocking thing buried in the story is this
"Sgt. Dalia Rodriguez of the sheriff's office said once Glover told the court that he was not the person in question, authorities contacted law enforcement officials in Maryland and requested a photograph of the man wanted for the sexual assaults." "By looking at the photo, we believe at this point the person they arrested was not the right person," Rodriguez said."

Lets see here, you are a Federal Agent, assigned the task of hunting down a sex criminal and the first thing you do is NOT request a photograph of the person you will be arresting. But wait, they already said they had the drivers license information.

Please, if you are law enforcement, take a moment and make sure the people you will be arresting, breaking into their homes, storming apartments with SWAT teams or the like, that you actually know what is going on.

Those who are in law enforcement are supposed to be there because they have training, and they have studied for it, and they have experience. They are also supposed to be public servants. Coming up with an oops, sorry, just doesn't cut it any more.

Don't keep doing stupid things, or you will end up on my jackboots in America blog.

Friday, March 30, 2007

oops, we are the jackboot brigade and we bungled another warrant...

Yet again, another example of our men in blue dressed down in riot gear serving a warrant. Didn't they surveil the house "just a little"? If you are going to serve a warrant in FULL RIOT GEAR there should be some kind of protocol to do some surveillance first and make sure the people in question are actually there.

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jackboots of the future - Death Squad in Delaware

"An Iraq veteran who served two tours is gunned down by a militarized police force---in the US of A! Why be surprised? We spend approximately 50% of the total worldwide outlays for military expenditures. Do you really think a civilized, peace-loving republic would countenance such a state of affairs?"

Take a look at this article. It has several main stream media references, and is well written. It is about an Iraq war vet basically surveilled and murdered for some reason.

Although these militarized police events are limited to large areas like Virginia, Florida, Texas, etc, they are slowly progressing to a police state throughout the country. This is a really good example about what I have been talking about. The police have absolutely no reason, authority, or should never become this violent. This type of story goes well beyond police duties, and into the realm of assassination with prejudice.

Stick this together with the many “S.W.A.T.” team raids for simply warrants, and you have yourself some pretty deadly situations.

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Wednesday, March 21, 2007

14 year old Texas girl gets 7 years in prison for shoving Hall Monitor.

"In Texas, a white teenager burns down her family's home and receives probation. A black one shoves a hall monitor and gets 7 years in prison. The youth had no prior arrest record, and the hall monitor--a 58-year-old teacher's aide--was not seriously injured. But Shaquanda was tried in March 2006 in the town's juvenile court, convicted of assault."

This is a statement on our schools, not racism. Any little infraction is now considered a felony. They want to get everyone in the system, and better yet NOT have to deal with these kids again.

If you glide through school accepting ALL forms of conditioning and brainwashing, you might, just maybe survive the experience. Of course you will be scarred for life with no real hope of understanding the true society as a whole. You will only see things from the establishment viewpoint.

I would look into whether this school prescribes to a zero-tolerance policy or not. If they do, you should take your kids out immediately and have them transferred to a school which does not have one. Kids will be kids, and we MUST train them to be civil.

A 14 year old "pushing" anyone would be considered bad behavior and should be written up as such. It would be the parents responsibility to correct such action. If this girl continues to be aggressive, then you take more appropriate action, but NEVER jail. Jail is for hardened criminals who cannot be simply rehabilitated using normal society methods.

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Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Daylight Spending Time? Candy Lobby groups making our jobs harder?

"DST doesn’t really save any energy. It makes us spend more money, and requires us to buy more candy for Halloween. Now, kids will trick-or-treat on daylight time and the candy companies are thrilled. Candy Lobby groups of all things have been hitting our Senetors hard since 1985 for this to happen. Is this what we have come to?"

Seriously, should we still allow these lobby groups to make bad policy like this? Our company alone spent a couple weeks, hundreds of man hours, and perhaps thousands of dollars in lost productivity to make sure all our network servers, workstations and various appliances were all up to date.

All I am going to say is that we need more transparency in laws which get signed. We should expect to know who originally requested the legislation and where the money is which is funding the research and moving the bill through Congress.

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Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Chavez: "CIA Out to Kill Me"

"President Hugo Chavez on Sunday said he believes enemies including the CIA are out to kill him, and called U.S. diplomat John Negroponte a 'professional killer.'"

Cheney's five big goals getting into office was to 1) Invade Afghanistan 2) Invade Iraq 3) Invade Iran with nukes 4) Kill Chavez take over country with a puppet government 5) Use above reasons to block oil production, run up prices and make tons of contractor investments in middle east (primarily in Iran). Just read PNAC documents and neo-con agendas for proof. Its all laid out and has been executed throughout the last 6 years. Paul Wolfowitz in now head of World Bank, neo-con leaders are being replaced in all factes of the government by executive order.

Maybe this Libby thing will put a perspective on everything.

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Monday, March 05, 2007

ACLU sues Bush administration over removal of Activists; Bouncers on Trial

"The ACLU has looked into whether there was a pattern of illegally preventing critics from speaking at Bush public forums."

"Free Speech Zones" were actually started in force by Clinton. Bush simply took it to a new level. Now keep in mind this is the Secret Service under orders from the Executive Branch, but still the same thing. I have done a fair amount of research into this, and it seems that any level of dissent whether signage, t-shirts, or speech has been banned into free speech zones are altogether removed from appearances by any Executive Branch and for that matter current administration events. So you basically have tons of "Bush lovers" waving fake Chinese-made flags praising Bush all the time, as being reported by the media.

Is this Bush doing this? Probably not, it is the same NWO and fascist leaders who run this country. Keep in mind that the Bush family is so disconnected with the American people that I doubt they would understand dissent if someone presented it to their faces. The corporate lobby groups, and Neo-conservative leaders in power seem to do a great job of shielding our president and many parts of this government from looking upon reality. All you need is some very targeted prompting to the secret service from them to spring into action and remove "troublemakers" or "possibly security threats" from the crowd.

What we need is for tons of American citizens who feel strongly about the problems this country is facing to show up at rallies and any Bush cabinet member event. This includes Cheney, Bush, DOD, and congressional events. Show up with Bush supporting signs, and Bush supporting t-shirts. Then all you do is put your real sign and t-shirt underneath. Once Bush, Cheney or whomever show up and are in direct line of sight, everyone pull off the fake signs, and remove your fake t-shirts to expose the real message. By using perfectly legal subversion we should be able to show them what are message is.

Plus, it doesn't give time for the Secret Service or anyone, including the press to react fast enough. Each of these events will make the front page and nightly news.

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Friday, February 23, 2007

Ron Paul 0wnz the Federal Reserve - Video

Rep. Ron Paul breaks it down for Ben "Helicopter" Bernake on the Federal Reserve and how it harms Americans financially and enriches the banking elite.

I am glad everyone likes the clip. I was scanning through my episodes on C-SPAN and found this gem the other day. I am so glad I tape these hearings on Tivo, they really pay off from time to time. I did post a much longer segment which includes Barney Frank's comments, Ron Paul of course, and several other committee members, before Bernanke speaks. However, Google Video decided that C-SPAN was copyrighted and whacked my upload. I am contacting C-SPAN for clarification on copyright for speeches from the floor.

I think that programs like Washington Journal, etc should be copy protected, but House and Senate hearings/speeches?


I got this up on concen as a torrent

This is Ron Paul from the House Finance Committee Floor.

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Cheney:‘No Consensus That Global Warming Is ‘Caused By Man’

In its latest report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change concluded it was “very likely” — or more than 90 percent probable — that human activities led by burning fossil fuels explained most of the warming in the past 50 years.

Global Warming is more of a Global Climate change. Most of it is brought about by natural world activities like volcanos, and of course the Sun heating up. To state that fossil fuels are solely responsible, is just a course of action leading to a world-wide carbon tax or something.

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$1,000,000 if you can show Ed Brown the law

Ed Brown is offering a $1,000,000 compensation (commercial property) to the first person to show him the law requiring him to pay federal income tax.

@fourletters in the research I have done, Congress can tax us on income derived from any source. However, income is defined as gains and profits ONLY.

Ed is right, there is no law. I am glad someone with balls of steel, and the money to back it is coming forward.

"Article XVI. The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States and without regard to any census or enumeration."

This is the Sixteenth Amendment; but notice that it makes no provision for the repeal of the clauses requiring apportionment. Why? Because it was not the "intent" of Congress to levy a direct tax (or a "capitation" tax for that matter), the "intent" was to clarify that a tax laid upon the "income", derived from real and personal property, was in its nature an excise tax. In other words, Congress specifically intended that the "gains and profits" derived from the "income" of real and personal property be treated in the same manner as the "gains and profits" derived from business and professional pursuits. In other words, the Sixteenth Amendment is a "net-income" tax, not a gross income tax.


Top link in this article is please watch it all the way through. Order the DVD/cd's and pass them around. This study course goes in depth on "sources" and "derived income" the law, title 26, and regulations thereof. Once you watch this presentation, you will all understand.

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Saturday, February 10, 2007

You may never have to pay income tax again--if Ed Brown can get to court

"The continuing story of Ed Brown, the New Hampshire man who asserts Americans don't have to pay income tax and can use the tax code to prove it. With enough support, Ed may get his day in court--and that's precisely what scares the IRS. Digg this up, make some noise, and let's see what one stubborn person can do!!"

Police enforcement is handled by the city you are in, not the Federal government. The Constitution allows for a tax on incomes derived. If you look at the actual tax code it means income and profit from a business. So yes, if you have a business you must pay taxes on profit and income (gains and profits). However, on actual labor there is no law stating you must pay an income tax, in fact taxes are supposed to be on gains and profits only.

We have been paying taxes for so long, I don't think most people really understand what it is all about. It basically has given the big banking cartel called the Federal Reserve (yes they are private banks) enough money to do us in. The United States no longer uses Income taxes to pay for any services, it simply pays off our national debt (basically interest on it). If we stopped paying income tax we would have to absolve all debt back to the Federal Reserve and shut it down. Yes, there would be some pandemonium for a while, but we would get over it.

We need to get rid of the central banking cartel of which the Federal Reserve banks belong, the IMF and the WTO. They are just causing pain and suffering throughout the world in the form of tax credits, trade credits, and fake loans.

Wake up and watch Freedom to Fascism. It doesn't answer all questions, but it makes you think and do research for yourself. Keep in mind that the Federal government can tax you on gains and profits for ANY source derived. Direct labor is NOT taxable, only gains and profits from things like property, gifts, business profit, investments, etc. So, yes, you perhaps need to file a tax form with the federal government if you have income stated as the above. You DO NOT have to file a 1040 if all you do is labor for your money. Also keep in mind that state and local taxes are still applicable.

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Saturday, January 06, 2007

ISLAMIC TV SHOW: How to properly beat your wife...

"Here is a actual TV show in Islam telling you how to properly beat your Islamic wife!"

Why is @punkrockxtian getting dugg down? The purpose of this tv clip is to show the absurdity of "beating" your wife. He clearly says that a woman is NOT the merchandise of the man. Islam is also not the problem here, it is completely a middle-eastern culture which has proven to keep women in a lower class status than men.

If you can't remember your history women couldn't vote here in the USA, and up until the early 70's women were considered to be running the house and mostly serving their husbands when they come home.

We all need to grow up and put aside this insane desire to keep bashing Islam, the Middle East, other religions, and especially other cultures without fully understanding them. As Americans we are supposed to be the shining light among nations. We are supposed to be the democratic example for the world. Lets ask ourselves if that is happening today or not.

If the Middle East is a little far behind us as far as women's rights go, then lets keep on supporting them and being their friends. That goes a lot way towards establishing long-term trust. If we decide to pressure them into moving into the current century then we may have to face a decision of ending our relationship with them. Does this give us the freedom to make war with their country, blast them to bits, and steal their oil? Absolutely not.

We are left with government propaganda stating that Islam is bad. We have news story after news story about how evil the Islamic people are, and how they want to hurt us. If we are to be afraid of anyone its the government. Terrorists by definition have a political agenda in mind when making you believe you are under attack. In some cases terrorists do attack, like car bombs, or bus bombs, etc. If you notice our press, only attacks involving Muslims gets reported. Then we have the FBI staged events like the Florida 7, or the MI-5 London "liquid bomb" scare, or even the London 7-7 bombings which have a lot of questions unanswered at this point.

Don't fall for terror angle. You are more likely to get killed on a plane, killed by police, or have an allergic reaction to peanuts than by a terrorist act. Lets live our lives people, and NOT allow terrorism to affect our lives. Tell your representatives and Congress to stop passing bills to make a police state. Stop giving our government the ability to control our lives to the micro-managed degree. Stop the American Union ( Stop bowing to the UN council. Stop the integration with Mexico and Canada, we are sovereign nations and our borders should stay secure by ourselves.

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