Saturday, February 08, 2014

Ten Ways You Have Been Treated as a Mushroom... Kept in the Dark and fed Horse Pucky

  1. Fukishima -  While a crisis in Japan, it has almost no global impact.  Yet you are not told that. It's used as a smoke screen to keep your eyes from seeing real problems.  This is the classic, "Look a Squirrel".  The reality of Fukishima is  rough for Japan, insignificant on the rest of the world.  Lies are meant to divert your attention.
  2. Iran - The supposed de-nuclear agreement Kerry and Obama came up with is a farce.  Russia and Syria know it. Iran has won this war and once again Obama and company lie about it.
  3. Left Wing Terrorism - The recent attack on the power station is left wing occupy action.  No one is talking about it. The fact you hear nothing is because it is too hard for the left wing media to admit how dangerous and evil these people really are.  Just wait.
  4. Islamic Threats -  Globally and in the USA the threat of radical Islam has been ramped up.  Our war stupidity in Iraq and our lost war in Afghanistan (Vietnam part Deaux) has emboldened them.  They know we are weak, spineless and without leadership.  I am waiting for the imagery of Helicopters loading people as they climb Jacobs ladder to safety.  Once the Taliban take back total control there will be a purge and they know it.  I blame Bush for getting us in and I blame Obama for fumbling the ball handed to him. 
  5. The Economy -  The lie you are fed is things are getting better.  Any even half informed semi economist knows the debt load of Europe and the USA is so great that all the money printing machines in the world can't save us. The stock market exists as it does because there is no other place to go.  And economic policy had defrauded the American citizenry from any legacy to rebuild. Obamacare, the IRS, EPA and ten thousand regulations has destroyed our economy.  It's already dead.  It's plugged into artificial life support.
  6. The REAL Unemployment Rate -  7 years ago there were 301 million people in the USA.  Today there are 316 million.  There are 1.5 million fewer people working today then 7 years ago.  That means the REAL unemployment rate, not the lie the government puts out, is around 27%.  About like the Great Depression.  Our misleaders in Washington keep telling us unemployment is good for us. 
  7. Our Government's Police State Slide and What is Coming AFTER the Economic Collapse.  This is most troubling to me.  It is no coincidence that there is an increasing jackboot thugocracy of our police forces (ducking posse comitatis) but an arming of our weather service, post office and IRS.  Then there are the constant reports of FEMA camps being set up. I can't speak to that except to say we are being kept from knowing the truth behind these moves. I don't trust our government and they don't seem to trust us. Yes in the case of collapse I want some law and order to be held... I just don't know if they will hold it in our best interests.
  8. The Neutering = Neutralization of America -  The constant drip drip drip of neutering men, gay rights over traditional values, same sex marriage, gender neutral this and that and an education system bent on making boys just like girls is resulting in a weenie nation.  A nation unable to take a stand. What they lie about is that it's not intended that way.. however I am convinced it is.  The powers that be want to culturally castrate the men in our country. A nation of eunuchs is easy to control.
  9. The Profound Incompetence in our Government Starting in the White House -  No one wants to admit it, but most of the House of Representatives and Senate is made up of wishy washy men of women who lack any leadership skill and who's only goal in life is to squeak by the next election.  What is worse are the government agencies staffed with people who couldn't make the personality cut to work at the DMV or Post Office. We are being governed by the least competent among us.  The chief executive incompetent is the biggest tragedy of all.  The great experiment has failed.  We now have a passive aggressive C student with a wife who treats him slightly better than the dog trying to lead his part of the government without a clue;  even after 5 years of on the job training.  He has surrounded himself with yes men and women hired to protect him at all costs.  We have a second class President surrounded by third class lackeys.  The truth about his incompetence won't be revealed until he is out office. You are being lied to by a compliant lap dog media that he doesn't even have half a clue.  We have no POTUS today.
  10. How the Global Warming Lies Have Damaged our Climate - The climate political machine has so bungled this that if we end up suffering severe consequence because of Global Warming, it will be laid at the feet of scaremongers like Al Gore.  A simple truth without all the goofy ideas attached to it like a bad Christmas tree would have allowed us to avoid the crisis we may experience.  When money making schemes like Carbon Credits were pursued instead of technological advances we might have made it.  When world governments used global warming as a lever to extract money from the USA it masked the real problem.  When questioning the theory became a tool of demagogues to discredit any valid disagreement our future was placed in jeopardy.  What is worst in my opinion is the lack of preparation for the consequences in favor of insipid attempts to ameliorate this by battery powered cars (charged by coal fired plants).   Real solutions are eschewed (like distributed nuclear) out of bad science.  So the very same liars who kept you in the dark will now condemn you to the dark.  There are serious climate changes going on, we are unprepared for them because a blame and tax game is being played.  Lies may cost us far more than we imagine... our lives.

Friday, February 07, 2014

Nothing to see here.

The FBI is saying this was not a terrorist attack.  This is the same government that said Bengazi was because of a video. Read this article. I PROMISE you there is something bigger here. Look at how well planned the attack was. How researched to know just what fiber optic cables to cut in which manholes. This is concerning. No panic, but some thing is afoot. If it's domestic terrorism, (occupy goofs) that's one thing, but if it's larger than that... they won't need an emp to cripple the nation. 50 of these would bring the grid to it's knees

Vernon J Neitzell -- LESSONS ON WIND

God’s blessing is like wind, and our part is like a ship. God’s wind can blow & blow, but if we put no sails up, or don’t know how to maneuver, it won’t help us like He wants it to.

If man puts up big beautiful sails but has no wind, again failure.

Some sails can catch the wind better. Look at a big sailing vessel. Lots of sails of different size & shape. Learn!

Don’t worry about the wind the other guy is catching. You can’t catch all the wind! God has plenty for you! ...vjn

These are reported to be actual test answers from various schools in the Huntsville, Alabama metropolitan area:

Q: Name the four seasons.
A: Salt, pepper, mustard and vinegar.

Q: How is dew formed?
A: The sun shines down on the leaves and makes them perspire.

Q: What is a planet?
A: A body of earth surrounded by sky.

Q: What guarantees may a mortgage company insist on?
A: If you are buying a house, they will insist you are well endowed.

Q; Name a major disease associated with cigarettes.
A: Premature death.

Q: How can you delay milk turning sour?
A: Keep it in the cow.

Q: How are the main parts of the body categorized?
A: The body is consisted into three parts - the brainium, the borax and the abdominal cavity. The brainium contains the brain, the borax contains the heart and lungs and the abdominal cavity contains the five bowels, A, E, I, O, and U.

Q: What is the fibula?
A: A small lie.

Q: What does "varicose" mean?
A: Nearby.

Q: Give the meaning of the term "Caesarean Section."
A: The caesarean section is a district in Rome.

Q: What is a seizure?
A: A Roman emperor.

Q: What is a terminal illness?
A: When you are sick at the airport.

Q: Use the word "judicious" in a sentence to show you understand its meaning.
A: Hands that judicious can be soft as your face.

Q: What does the word "benign" mean?
A: Benign is what you will be after you be eight.

Q: What is a turbine?
A: Something an Arab wears on his head.

Q: What is a Hindu?
A: It lays eggs.

Thursday, February 06, 2014

Sam Zell Defends the 1%

Sam Zell, real estate developer and so forth, is on Bloomberg TV, In the Loop with Betty Liu on Wednesday.  And she said, "Let me ask you about Tom Perkins, because you're part of the 1%.  How did you feel when you read that letter to the editor in the Wall Street Journal he wrote, and when you heard his comments?" 

Tom Perkins one of the founders of Kleiner Perkins, the venture capital firm wrote a letter to the editor in the Saturday Wall Street Journal.  He said that the incessant attacks on the 1% in this country -- and he was addressing specifically in San Francisco -- are the equivalent of Kristallnacht, which was the beginning, as you know, of Hitler's Final Solution.

ZELL:  I guess my feeling is that he's right.  The, quote, 1% are being pummeled because it's politically convenient to do.  The problem is that the world and this country should not talk about envy of the 1%.  It should talk about emulating the 1%.  The 1% work harder --

Betty Liu said, "But Sam, but Sam, to the person who's on minimum wage, who's living below the poverty line."  See? "To the person who's on minimum wage and living below the poverty line, they should try to emulate the 1%.  How are they gonna do that, Sam, how are they gonna do it?"

ZELL:  Lots of people have come from nowhere and become part of the 1%.  The politics of envy, the politics of class warfare are what have separated America from many parts of the rest of the world, and we have benefited dramatically from not having class warfare, from not having envy.  William Jennings Bryan in 1896 was the first person to run publicly in the United States on a platform of class warfare.  He lost.  And wisdom at the time said, "This is not America."  And I think it still is not America.  I guess my feeling is that he's right.  The, quote, 1% are being pummeled because it's politically convenient to do.  The problem is that the world and this country should not talk about envy of the 1%.  It should talk about emulating the 1%.  The 1% work harder --

CAROL COSTELLO CNN REPORTING ON THIS:  (she replays the video of this interview) The 1% simply work harder and the rest of us are simply envious of Mr. Zell's incredible wealth.  Seriously?  Mr. Zell worked harder than a single mother working two jobs?  Mr. Zell talks about envying the 1%.  It's not envying all the money they have.  It's sort of like lower middle-class people probably don't really respect the rich because they think the system is rigged against them. It's not that they're envious of all this money that wealthy people have.

They want to be like them.  The point is, if you're gonna have examples for people to follow, there's nothing wrong with following the example of people who got there by hard work.  But the left eschews that, impugns that, and trashes that and instead says that's a hopeless route 'cause the game's rigged just like Carol said. You can't get there with hard work because they didn't get there with hard work.  They got there by cheating. They got there with connections.  The only way to get where you're gonna get is to let government get you there, is what they believe.  It's sick, folks, and that's why liberalism is destroying people's futures and taking away, stripping away their human dignity.

from Rush Limbaugh dot com

Wednesday, February 05, 2014

where you live matters

If your goal in life is to live off the largess of others, then where you live matters. I don't know what the minimum wage thingy is all about when you can find yourself livin large in Hawaii...

The national welfare championship goes to Hawaii, which offers $60,590 in annual welfare benefits, once you account for the fact that welfare benefits are tax-free to the recipient, compared to work-related wages. That’s the equivalent of $29.13 an hour. Rounding out the top five were D.C. ($50,820 per year and $24.43 an hour), Massachusetts ($50,540 and $24.30), Connecticut ($44,370 and $21.33), and New York ($43,700 and $21.01).


from insta pundit


Some college-educated people are switching to skilled trades because it offers better pay. But if they'd gone that route to begin with they'd have saved time and money. Why didn't they? Because guidance counselors generally encourage students to go to college. So encouraging people to consider a skilled trade, rather than mindlessly going to college because going to college is "what everybody does," is a good idea.

who exactly are these camps for anyway?

class envy

The whole class envy thing is just like the antisemitism that Hitler propagated. Plug in the rich and you have the same thing today. Demagogues use things like income redistribution to create evil states. Are you unemployed? The Jews have your jobs. Is your family mired in poverty? The Rothschilds have your money. Do you feel more insecure in the city than you did on the land? The Jews are trapping you in factories and charging you exorbitant rents.

Tuesday, February 04, 2014

15 Things That Emotionally Strong People Don't Do

1. They Don’t Beg For Attention

Needing attention is directly linked to emotion. Those who feel the
need for recognition only find themselves experiencing feelings of worth
when others make them feel needed; it’s as if these people are
uncertain of their value, or if they have any ounce of self-worth.
Feeling unsure of your worth is a self-fulfilling prophecy; if you don’t
know you matter, then no one will ever believe you do.

2. They Don’t Allow Others To Bring Them Down

Emotional strength requires resilience. This world is filled with
haters and trolls. There are jealous eyes lurking around every corner.
The unfortunate truth is that often the people who hold us back the most
are those closest to us. Getting rid of these people is often the best
solution, but also the most difficult. If you can quietly remove these
people from your life, that’s one fewer bridge burned and much less of
an emotional trigger.

3. They Don’t Hold Grudges

If you’re holding a grudge, then you already care more about a
situation than you should. If a person apologizes genuinely, forgive him
or her. If this person doesn’t apologize, then don’t interact with him
or her, but don’t hold grudges. People with whom you seek to alienate
and hold grudges against take up too much of your mental energy, doing
more harm than good.

4. They Never Stop Doing Their Own Thing

Emotionally strong individuals do what they do because they love
doing it. They don’t plan on slowing down or stopping for anyone who
deems their happiness inappropriate.

5. They Never Stop Believing In Themselves

Those who love themselves and understand themselves — those who
aren’t afraid or proud to be themselves — never doubt themselves. You
amount to your own self-worth, not a shilling more.

6. They Don’t Act Like Bitches Or Assh*les

People are mean. But we wonder, why? Being a jerk is only good as an
intimidation factor, and if you’re trying to intimidate people, then you
better be a negotiator by profession; if you’re intimidating just for
the sake of it, you’re obviously overcompensating for a lack of
confidence. Do you also drive a very large automobile, perhaps? I hear
they make pills for that.

read the whole thing

15 Things That Emotionally Strong People Don't Do | Elite Daily
Who's in? ~robin

Monday, February 03, 2014

15 February “Catastrophe” Warned Will Shake Entire World

A grim report circulating in the Kremlin today prepared the by the Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU) of the Ministry of Defense is warning that the assassinations this past week of three top Western bankers coincide with Snowden Documents detailing a 15 February 2014 “catastrophe” being engineered by the Obama regime in order to establish some type of “new world economic order” prior to the coming global meltdown of markets and massive bank failures, some of which have already begun.
Edward Snowden is a computer specialist and former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) agent who with his yet unidentified US military backers obtained nearly two million highly classified top-secret documents from the United States Department of Defense (DOD) run National Security Agency-Central Security Service (NSA/CSS) and was granted temporary asylum in Russia in 2013 after his designation by the Obama regime as the “most wanted man on earth.”
The three Western bankers targeted for elimination by Obama regime “black team hit squads,” this report says, were Deutsche Bank executive Bill Broeksmit,
58, found dead at his home in Chelsea, south west London, on 26
January, JPMorgan Chase & Company vice president in technology
operations Gabriel Magee,
39, who died after falling from his London headquarters on 28 January,
and chief economist at Russell Investments, and former US Federal
Reserve economist, Mike Dueker, 50, found dead at the side of a highway that leads to the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in Washington State on 31 January.
The “common link” between these bankers, this GRU report continues, began this past year after two JP Morgan whistleblowers confessed that their bank manipulates the gold and silver markets, which led to this past weeks stunning announcement that Europe’s largest bank, Deutsche Bank, would withdraw from the appropriately named gold and silver price “fixing”, as European regulators investigate the manipulation of precious metals prices by Western banks.

Read the whole thing

15 February “Catastrophe” Warned Will Shake Entire World › Der BRD-Schwindel

Sunday, February 02, 2014

We are ALL born entrepreneurs.. and at some point, society teaches us that we should goto school, get a job in an office somewhere, and live a 'stable' life.

I love this!

But think back to when you were a kid. Did you have a lemonade stand? A bike route? Sell your old toys to other kids in the neighborhood? Have a car wash?

And/or how are you raising your kids to keep this real American dream alive??

50 Reasons It's The Best Time In History

Here's the first 20  ... pretty compelling stuff

1. U.S. life expectancy at birth was 39 years in 1800, 49 years in
1900, 68 years in 1950, and 79 years today. The average newborn today
can expect to live an entire generation longer than his
great-grandparents could.

2. A flu pandemic in 1918 infected 500 million people and killed as
many as 100 million. In his book "The Great Influenza," John Barry
describes the illness as if "someone were hammering a wedge into your
skull just behind the eyes, and body aches so intense they felt like
bones breaking." Today, you can go to Safeway and get a flu shot. It
costs 15 bucks. You might feel a little poke.

3. In 1950, 23 people per 100,000 Americans died each year in traffic
accidents, according to the Census Bureau. That fell to 11 per 100,000
by 2009. If the traffic mortality rate had not declined, 37,800 more
Americans would have died last year than actually did. In the time it
will take you to read this article, one American is alive who would have
died in a car accident 60 years ago.

4. In 1949, Popular Mechanics magazine made the bold prediction that
someday a computer could weigh less than 1 ton. I wrote this sentence on
an iPad that weighs 0.73 pounds.

5. The average American now retires at age 62. One hundred years ago,
the average American died at age 51. Enjoy your golden years -- your
ancestors didn't get any of them.

6. In his 1770s book The Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith wrote: "It is
not uncommon in the highlands of Scotland for a mother who has borne 20
children not to have 2 alive." Infant mortality in America has dropped
from 58 per 1,000 births in 1933 to less than six per 1,000 births in
2010, according to the World Health Organization. There are about 11,000
births in America each day, so this improvement means more than 200,000
infants now survive each year who wouldn't have 80 years ago. That's
like adding a city the size of Boise, Idaho, every year.

7. America averaged 20,919
murders per year in the 1990s, and 16,211 per year in the 2000s,
according to the FBI. If the murder rate had not fallen, 47,000 more
Americans would have been killed in the last decade than actually were.
That's more than the population of Biloxi, Miss.

8. Despite a surge in airline travel, there were half as many fatal
plane accidents in 2012 than there were in 1960, according to the
Aviation Safety Network.

9. No one has died from a new nuclear weapon attack since 1945. If
you went back to 1950 and asked the world's smartest political
scientists, they would have told you the odds of seeing that happen
would be close to 0%. You don't have to be very imaginative to think
that the most important news story of the past 70 years is
what didn't happen. Congratulations, world.

10. People worry that the U.S. economy will end up stagnant like Japan's. Next time you hear that, remember that unemployment
in Japan hasn't been above 5.6% in the past 25 years, its government
corruption ranking has consistently improved, incomes per capita
adjusted for purchasing power have grown at a decent rate, and life
expectancy has risen by nearly five years. I can think of worse

11. Two percent of American homes had electricity in 1900. J.P Morgan
(the man) was one of the first to install electricity in his home, and
it required a private power plant on his property. Even by 1950, close
to 30% of American homes didn't have electricity. It wasn't until the
1970s that virtually all homes were powered. Adjusted for wage growth,
electricity cost more than 10 times as much in 1900 as it does today,
according to professor Julian Simon.

12. According to the Federal Reserve, the number of lifetime years
spent in leisure -- retirement plus time off during your working years
-- rose from 11 years in 1870 to 35 years by 1990. Given the rise in
life expectancy, it's probably close to 40 years today. Which is
amazing: The average American spends nearly half his life in leisure. If
you had told this to the average American 100 years ago, that person
would have considered you wealthy beyond imagination.

13. We are having a national discussion about whether a
$7.25-per-hour minimum wage is too low. But even adjusted for inflation,
the minimum wage was less
than $4 per hour as recently as the late 1940s. The top 1% have
captured most of the wage growth over the past three decades, but nearly
everyone has grown richer -- much richer -- during the past seven

14. In 1952, 38,000 people contracted polio in America alone,
according to the Centers for Disease Control. In 2012, there were fewer
than 300 reported cases of polio in the entire world.

15. From 1920 to 1949, an average of 433,000 people died each year
globally from "extreme weather events." That figure has plunged to
27,500 per year, according to Indur Goklany of the International Policy
Network, largely thanks to "increases in societies' collective adaptive

16. Worldwide deaths from battle have plunged from 300 per 100,000
people during World War II, to the low teens during the 1970s, to less
than 10 in the 1980s, to fewer than one in the 21st century, according
to Harvard professor Steven Pinker. "War really is going out of style,"
he says.

17. Median household income adjusted for inflation was around $25,000
per year during the 1950s. It's nearly double that amount today. We
have false nostalgia about the prosperity of the 1950s because our
definition of what counts as "middle class" has been inflated -- see the
34% rise in the size of the median American home in just the past 25
years. If you dig into how the average "prosperous" American family
lived in the 1950s, I think you'll find a standard of living we'd call
"poverty" today.

18. Reported rape per 100,000 Americans dropped from 42.3 in 1991 to
27.5 in 2010, according to the FBI. Robbery has dropped from 272 per
100,000 in 1991 to 119 in 2010. There were nearly 4 million fewer
property crimes in 2010 than there were in 1991, which is amazing when
you consider the U.S. population grew by 60 million during that period.

19. According to the Census Bureau, only one in 10 American homes had
air conditioning in 1960. That rose to 49% in 1973, and 89% today --
the 11% that don't are mostly in cold climates. Simple improvements like
this have changed our lives in immeasurable ways.

20. Almost no homes had a refrigerator in 1900, according to
Frederick Lewis Allan's The Big Change, let alone a car. Today they sell
cars with refrigerators in them.

50 Reasons It's The Best Time In History - Business Insider

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amazing, isn't it?

Every single cell in our body 'hears' what we are thinking. When we smile, when we truly feel good - our body feels this as well. Our hearts and our minds are inextricably linked. Try simply smiling when you're in a 'poor' mood and see how this simple act can totally change your mood. Displaying acts of kindness to others is also known to boost the immune system! Isn't that incredible? But it does make sense - we naturally want to feel good and so nature has intelligently designed us so that we get positive biological feedback when we do feel good - placing us on an upward spiral of positivity and attracting that same vibrational frequency into our lives...
Sad but true...

North Dakota Boy makes good... yes Virginia, there are Black Folks in the Dakotas

Charles Payne

Charles Payne
Charles Payne joined FOX Business Network (FBN) in October 2007 as a contributor.

Payne is also a contributor to FOX News Channel (FNC), frequently appearing on shows such as "Cashin' In," "Cavuto on Business," and "Bulls and Bears." Payne began his career on Wall Street as an analyst at E.F. Hutton in 1985. In 1991, he founded Wall Street Strategies, an independent stock market research firm where he serves as chief executive officer and principal analyst. He published his first book entitled "Be Smart, Act Fast, Get Rich" in May 2007. 

Payne attended Minot State College and Central Texas College during his time in the United States Air Force. Check out his Twitter:

It's Recent History we need in Black History Month

Daymond John
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Born February 23, 1969 (age 44)[1]
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
Residence New York City, New York, United States
Nationality American
Occupation Founder, President, and CEO of FUBU
Employer FUBU
Net worth Increase$250 million (est.)