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Saturday, January 15, 2011
Via The Bonnie Blue Blog
This Is What A Collapse Looks Like
"Lying politicians, massive debt, corrupt banks…..I don’t want to be alarmist but the governmental corruption that set Argentina's in motion appears shockingly similar to what is going on here in the USA."
Lessons from Argentina's economic collapse
The Author’s Blog
"During times like these, it is important to be positive, and take time to enjoy life and our loved ones. I believe it is also prudent to make plans for possible problems. Chance favors the prepared!"
A Chronicle Of Treason, Argentina & Now The U.S.
March 25 @6:30 PM–9:30 PM March 26 @8:30 AM–4:30 PM March 27 @9:00 AM–10:00 AM
March 26–Kickoff Banquet at Pate Chapel at the Thomas Road
Baptist Church, Lynchburg, VA
March 26–Speaker Presentations and Artifact Displays at The Arthur
S. DeMoss Learning Center on the Campus of Liberty University,
March 27–Period Worship Service at The R.C. Whorley Prayer Chapel
on the Campus of Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA
434-592-4366 or email@example.com
Dr. Clifton Potter
Key Note Address:
Lynchburg and Virginia on the Eve
Naval Actions in 1861
Ethan S. Rafuse
A Single Grand Victory:
The First Campaign and Battle of
Rebels at the Gates
(Lee’s West Virginia Campaign)
Missouri and Kansas
Judith E. Harper
Women During the Civil War
A Little Short of Boats:
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Rev. Alan Farley
Period Church Service
(Sunday, March 28, 2011)
Everyone is encouraged to secure reservations for this seminar
price is $65. After March 23 the admission price is $75. Admission
Seminar attendees can choose to stay at either the
Wingate Hotel or Days Inn at
River Ridge Hall and receive special LU Civil War Seminar rates.
WINGATE BY WYNDHAM:
Phone: (434) 845-1700 or 1-888-494-6428
DAYS INN at River Ridge Mall:
Phone: (434) 847-8655 or 1-800-787-3297
Period music by
"Many statements have been made by Ministers and Generals in various countries on the necessity for long periods of training before even an infantry soldier is ready for action. This is utter nonsense when applied to volunteers for guerrilla warfare. After only one week of collective training, this Flying Column of intelligent and courageous fighters was fit to meet an equal number of soldiers from any regular army in the world, and hold its own in battle, if not in barrack yard ceremonial. It's camp training now completed, the Flying Column was ready to seek out the enemy."
Page 22, last paragraph.
I'm reading this now, given to me by my brother Henry "Hen House" for Christmas.
TARBORO — "Ed Bearss, has what might best be called a battlefield voice, a kind of booming growl, like an ancient wax-cylinder record amplified to full volume–about the way you'd imagine William Tecumseh Sherman sounding the day he burned Atlanta, with a touch of Teddy Roosevelt charging up San Juan Hill."
Virginia Creates Subcommittee To Study Monetary Alternatives In Case Of Terminal Fed "Breakdown", Considers Gold As Option
Abolish The Fed
In what may one day be heralded as the formal proposal that proverbially started it all, the Commonwealth of Virginia introduced House Resolution No. 557 to establish a joint subcommittee to "to study whether the Commonwealth should adopt a currency to serve as an alternative to the currency distributed by the Federal Reserve System in the event of a major breakdown of the Federal Reserve System."
"We welcome you to join us as we honor not only their military genius, but their personal lives, faith, and character," Dorsey said. "We also encourage you to walk the streets and explore the town upon which both men left their permanent mark and legacy."
Columbia, "Mr. Lincoln, give me back my 500,000 sons!"
Lincoln, Well the fact is — by the way that reminds me of a story!!!
"........to me, just about every act of the U.S. government since its beginning has gone against America’s interests, that is, if one believes that America’s interests are those of preserving liberty, and that the government’s purpose is to protect life, liberty and property. For instance, after the Southern States peacefully seceded from the American “union” in 1861, President Abe Lincoln “levied war” against them, that included his killing thousands of innocent civilians and burning entire cities to the ground. Lincoln’s need for greater centralized State control and dominance, and obsession with compelling millions into an association to which they did not want to belong, was worth his depraved acts of aggression, violence and murder. Lincoln acted treasonously, against his fellow Americans and the basic values of the America that George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and their fellow Revolutionaries and secessionists-from-Britain believed in, and against the interests of the Southern secessionists who believed in freedom and prosperity."
Via David, SHNV
You can do as well working one week a month at minimum wage as you can working $60,000-a-year, full-time, high-stress job.
My chart tells the story. It is pretty much self-explanatory.
Stunning? Just do it yourself.
Via Zero Hedge
--Robert Heinlein, Beyond This Horizon, 1948
What Krugman objects to is our conclusion that two can play that game.
But let us not have any finger-pointing or tongue wagging about "threats of violence." Their side brought the threat of government violence to the table first. Now they want us to unilaterally disarm?