Monday, November 7, 2011

Unjust Laws or Decrees, Is it a Duty to Resist or to Petition a Redress of Grievance?

Fight The Power


by George Warm

As originally posted on: Lone Star Watchdog
October 27, 2011
We are living today where everything the US government does is an injustice based on unjust laws and regulations I like to call decrees. Many of these laws infringe on not just our personal freedoms of privacy and right to do process. It is also our right to economic liberty and our pursuit of happiness that is under attack. We have to look at the root cause of who really wants our God given rights taken away with unjust laws. Who is responsible first we have to ask. In most cases and not all, when

A Police State is there was for one reason, to be a rear guard to protect the real criminals from justice. Back in the days of the Colonies, When King George III needed to pay for the debt to the Bank of England to pay for the French and Indian war. The Parliament and the King enacted the Stamp Act where every official document and every item needed to King's stamp on it where the colonist had to pay at tax to have the Kings stamp. How did not enforce it? The Enacted the Townsend Act where British soldiers could write their own search warrants bypassing a magistrate to enter a home to see if every item had the Kings stamp on every official document in the home.

Due to unjust laws with taxes and regulation, the colonies did not have economic freedom in a free market economy because there was none. Monopolies where enthroned in a mercantile system where a few benefit at the expense of many. These unjust laws stifle competition in favor of one corporation over the other. These unjust laws were by design to force the population to pay into a fraud, the king was not afraid to use force to enforce unjust laws to get the colonist to pay the debt to the Bank of England. When the Red Coats came to Lexington to steal the arsenal from the local militia to make sure the people could not revolt against the king. They were met with resistance because the people decided to revolt, They made their stand because many seen it as an injustice to live one more day under the King and his unjust laws to pay back the bankers in the form of taxes and unjust laws. The colonist saw it as a duty to resist injustice after repeated petitions have failed. When the Red Coats fired the first shot, which is when they lost the war before it started when they oppressed the early colonist.

Today we are dealing with the same parallels with federal government acting just as King George III did before the conflict at Lexington and Concord. The difference today is technology. The use of portable video cameras and communication being much more rapid than the 19th century has changed the dynamics drastically. People see who the bad people are. The government cannot lie anymore and get away with it. When we see government at all levels attacking family farms, lemonade stands and health food stores with a vengeance. When we are getting see the point of a gun using coercive force to pay a debt we do not owe to bail out a few select political cronies. Our economy is destroyed and forced to have a currency that is no more than debt slip with interest attached to it we can never pay back to the bankers. The government is unresponsive to the will of the people; the only way they respond back is by force to protect the crook from Wall Street to Washington DC.

We will not by force pay for the bailout anymore we never consented. The people have a duty to resist non violently first before they are forced to fight back in self-defense. We are under an unjust system they not only steals our freedoms, but also robs us our ability to produce a good and service. We are getting to the point when people lose everything and there is nothing left to lose, they will lose it and push back. We have to duty to resist non violently and if the government responds back with unreasonable force unprovoked following orders from the top. That is when we know they have lost the battle firing the first shot, that is when we have a duty to resist or we perish.

77 percent of small business owners do not plan to hire any more workers

Via Survival

The Obama economy is so bad that 77 percent of small business owners do not plan to hire any more workers despite all of Washington's hype that the business climate is getting better. Worse: 64 percent of small business owners in a new survey provided to Whispers see the nation teetering on the verge of another recession.

Most shocking of all in the survey of small and medium sized business owners is that many would like to hire more workers but can't, and new financing rules imposed by hurting banks have made getting loans sharply more difficult than in the past. [Read: What Obama Can and Can't Do to Create Jobs.]

"Despite positive job numbers for the month of October, it is clear that business owners have a differing view of the economy," said Connie Certusi, executive vice president and general manager of Small Business Accounting Solutions, a division of Sage North America. Sage, a business management software supplier, conducted the survey among its 3.2 million customers. [See the 10 best cities to occupy.]

"The Sage SMB Perspective on Economic Recovery survey found that 64 percent of business owners who participated in the survey believe that we are either already in a recession or are headed for one in the next six months," said Certusi. "Not surprisingly, 65 percent of respondents in the Sage SMB Perspective on Economic Recovery said that the negative economy has had an impact on their own business." And, "The most telling statistic," she added, "is that 48 percent of business owners would like to hire additional employees but cannot due to issues related to the bad economy."


Somehow, I think I'll miss this.........

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Sarkozy calls Netanyahu 'liar' Obama: You're fed up with him? I have to deal with him every day

Via Atlas Shrugs
French President Nicolas Sarkozy reportedly told US President Barack Obama that he could not "stand" Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and that he thinks the Israeli premier "is a liar." According to a Monday report in the French website "Arret sur Images," after facing reporters for a G20 press conference on Thursday, the two presidents retired to a private room, to further discuss the matters of the day.

The conversation apparently began with President Obama criticizing Sarkozy for not having warned him that France would be voting in favor of the Palestinian membership bid in UNESCO despite Washington's strong objection to the move.

The conversation then drifted to Netanyahu, at which time Sarkozy declared: "I cannot stand him. He is a liar." According to the report, Obama replied: "You're fed up with him, but I have to deal with him every day!"

The remark was naturally meant to be said in confidence, but the two leaders' microphones were accidently left on, making the would-be private comment embarrassingly public.

McDonald’s CEO: ‘In Order to Create Jobs in America, You‘re Going to Have to Cut Taxes’

McDonald’s Corporation President and CEO Jim Skinner says for things to turn around in the American economy, spending and taxes must be curbed, especially towards business. Jeff Randall writes in the Telegraph on his upcoming interview with Skinner on Sky News Jeff Randall Live:

“‘The question is, how can we get the ox out of the ditch?’ Mr Skinner said. ‘In order to create jobs in America, you’re going to have to cut taxes… particularly in the business community.

‘We pay some of the highest [corporate] taxes around the world. There needs to be some leveling.’

Asked about federal borrowing, he said: ‘It’s not a good story… the government has to spend less. We have to grow the economy, grow GDP… and you have to be able to do it in an organic way and not through borrowings and increasing debt.’”


Israel 2011

As I write this column, I am sitting in a hotel room with a view of the wall of the old city of Jerusalem. This will be the first installment of several articles I will do about my trip to the Holy Land, the things we've done and seen and I will try to shed some light on what is going on in this very complex and volatile part of the world.

Trying to describe Israel and its six thousand year history in a series of columns is like trying to pour the contents of a swimming pool into a thimble. But I'll try to be concise and cover as much ground as I can.

First of all what you see on the surface of Israel is only man's latest effort, with millenniums of civilizations buried beneath it, stacked one on top of the other, layer upon layer of ancient societies beneath even the most recognizable landmarks that are so abundant here.

What is known for certain about this mysterious and intriguing place would fill many libraries full of thick volumes and what is not known for certain would fill just as many.

For instance, historians know where the Temple stood, where Jesus was tried and whipped by the Romans but the exact location of the crucifixion is not known for sure. Over the years it has basically boiled down to two major sites, one being covered by a Catholic church called the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the other on a hill with a scull shaped impression in the side of it, adjacent to an empty garden tomb carved out of solid rock.

There are many such Old and New Testament disputes about where certain biblical events took place.

Israel is a small country and their enemies live in their backyard - so to speak, and with the so-called Arab Spring all but guaranteeing that practically all Arab countries will be under the control of radical Muslims in a short while, the neighborhood just gets tougher and tougher.

In the coming articles we will explore some of the centuries old problems Israel faces, the people, the places and some of the events leading up to the present day situation Israel finds itself in.

I hope that I can help being some understanding about what's going on in this troubled part of the world.

You certainly won't learn about it in the media.

What do you think?
Pray for our troops, and for our country.

God Bless America

Charlie Daniels

Occupy Portland Protester Chains Arm Inside Concrete Filled Barrel

Via Moonbattery


More Psycho-Babble On The Confederate Flag

According to a new "study", its the Confederate flag's fault that some folks in the South can't support Barack Obama - because of his race, of course.

Quoting from the "study":
. . . participants primed with the Confederate flag reported less willingness to vote for Obama than those primed with a neutral symbol.
Hmmm . . . then how do you explain the fact Herman Cain has opened up a wide lead in the South Carolina Republican primary polling? (Mr. Cain is also black - just in case you missed that.) That's right - South Carolina - the hotbed of secession sentiments, Confederate nostalgia, and the location of the best known fight over public display of the Confederate battle flag. Gee, that really throws a wrench in the study's premise, doesn't it? I think the fact is this has a whole lot more to do with Mr. Obama's Marxist political bent than it does the color of his skin. Mr. Cain is politically conservative and a Tea Party favorite. Mr. Obama - well, not so much. It's policy, not race, for all you geniuses who need "studies" to figure all this out.

But one should think about the "study" on the Confederate flag and voting patterns in light of this "study" and voting patterns:

Fourth Woman Accuses Herman Cain

Herman Cain’s bid for the White House suffered a potentially fatal blow on Monday when an attractive blonde made a damning claim that he tried to grope her after she approached him asking for help finding a job.

Sharon Bialek, a former worker at the National Restaurant Association's educational foundation, is the first woman to go public and give explicit details of the abuse she claims to have endured at the former pizza mogul’s hands.
Bialek claimed at a news conference today that Cain put his hand under her skirt and reached for her genitals, while at the same time pushing her head toward his crotch.

She said she immediately asked him to stop. He replied, “You want a job don’t you?” before driving her back to her hotel in Washington.

“She went to Mr. Cain for help finding a new job. Instead, he gave her his idea of a stimulus package, Bialek’s lawyer, Gloria Allred, said to laughter among the journalists packed into the room.

Cain immediately put out a denial, again insisting he has never sexually harassed anyone, and attacking Allred.

Bialek, a registered Republican, said she met Cain again last month during a tea party-organized event in Chicago and asked him if he remembered her. “He acknowledged he remembered me, but looked uncomfortable and said nothing,” she said.

Memphis pizza delivery guy shoots would-be robber

An 18-year-old man a pizza delivery driver says he shot in self-defense is in custody in fair condition at a Memphis hospital.

Authorities say the unidentified pizza driver drew his own handgun after the would-be burglar told him to hand over his cash while delivering three pizzas in south Memphis.

The Commercial Appeal reports it's the second robbery attempt on a Papa John's delivery driver in the last eight months ( The first left 56-year-old Ron Brake dead. Another delivery driver was killed in a 2009 robbery attempt.


Ron Paul wins Illinois Straw Poll

CHICAGO, November 6, 2011 – It is the Year of the Outsider and that means victory for Rep. Ron Paul. Last night, the Texas congressman won the Illinois GOP straw poll with 52% of the vote. His enthusiastic grassroots support again stunned traditional GOP organizers garnering 66.5% support in online voting and 8% onsite voting. Businessman Herman Cain came in second with 15% online and 29% in person. Mitt Romney came in third with 7% online support and 35% in person support.

"What that says about our team is that we have a motivated grassroots movement in Illinois," said Scott Davis, an Illinois coordinator for Ron Paul. "We're plugged in, we're paying attention, and we are in it to win it."


The Road to Serfdom in Cartoons -Based on book by F.A. Hayek

St Paul's staff have to clean up human waste INSIDE the cathedral as protesters 'use it as a latrine'

Staff at St Paul's have been forced to clear up human waste inside the cathedral, it emerged today.

They have made several trips with mops to remove the mess found on a carpet inside the church near the West Steps - just yards from the anti-capitalist protest camp.

One cleric furious at the use of the building 'as a latrine' said: ' This is desecration of a very holy place. it hurts me and it hurts the staff.'


Grey-Haired Brigade

Via Green Mountains Homesteading

Gunslinger's Journal

They like to refer to us as senior citizens, old fogies, geezers, and in some cases dinosaurs. Some of us are "Baby Boomers" getting ready to retire. Others have been retired for some time. We walk a little slower these days and our eyes and hearing are not what they once were. We have worked hard, raised our children, worshiped our God and grown old together. Yes, we are the ones some refer to as being over the hill, and that is probably true. But before writing us off completely, there are a few things that need to be taken into consideration.

In school we studied English, history, math, and science which enabled us to lead America into the technological age. Most of us remember what outhouses were, many of us with firsthand experience. We remember the days of telephone party-lines, 25 cent gasoline, and milk and ice being delivered to our homes. For those of you who don't know what an icebox is, today they are electric and referred to as refrigerators. A few even remember when cars were started with a crank. Yes, we lived those days.

We are probably considered old fashioned and out-dated by many. But there are a few things you need to remember before completely writing us off. We won World War II, fought in Korea and Viet Nam . We can quote The Pledge of Allegiance, and know where to place our hand while doing so. We wore the uniform of our country with pride and lost many friends on the battlefield. We didn't fight for the Socialist States of America , we fought for the "Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave." We wore different uniforms but carried the same flag. We know the words to the Star Spangled Banner, America ,and America the Beautiful by heart, and you may even see some tears running down our cheeks as we sing. We have lived what many of you have only read about in history books and we feel no obligation to apologize to anyone for America .

Yes, we are old and slow these days but rest assured, we have at least one good fight left in us. We have loved this country, fought for it, and died for it, and now we are going to save it. It is our country and nobody is going to take it away from us. We took oaths to defend America against all enemies, foreign and domestic, and that is an oath we plan to keep. There are those who want to destroy this land we love but, like our founders, there is no way we are going to remain silent.

It was mostly the young people of this nation who elected Obama and the Democratic Congress. You fell for the "Hope and Change" which in reality was nothing but "Hype and Lies." You have tasted socialism and seen evil face to face, and have found you don't like it after all. You make a lot of noise, but most are all too interested in their careers or "Climbing the Social Ladder" to be involved in such mundane things as patriotism and voting. Many of those who fell for the "Great Lie" in 2008 are now having buyer's remorse. With all the education we gave you, you didn't have sense enough to see through the lies and instead drank the 'Cool-Aid.' Now you're paying the price and complaining about it. No jobs, lost mortgages, higher taxes, and less freedom. This is what you voted for and this is what you got. We entrusted you with the Torch of Liberty and you traded it for a paycheck and a fancy house.

Well, don't worry youngsters, the Grey-Haired Brigade is here, and in 2012 we are going to take back our nation. We may drive a little slower than you would like but we get where we're going, and in 2012 we're going to the polls by the millions. This land does not belong to the man in the White House nor to the likes of Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid. It belongs to "We the People" and "We the People" plan to reclaim our land and our freedom. We hope this time you will do a better job of preserving it and passing it along to our grandchildren. So the next time you have the chance to say the Pledge of Allegiance, Stand up, put your hand over your heart, honor our country, and thank God for the old geezers of the "Grey-Haired Brigade."

Author, Anon. Grey-Haired Brigade Member



This is spot on. I am another Gray-Haired Geezer signing on. I will circulate this to other Gray-Haired Geezers all over this once great county.

Can you feel the ground shaking??? It's not an earthquake, it is a STAMPEDE.

I for one will do my part to remove the current residences of the White House on election day. Please do your part come election day. If my comments ofend you, delete this message. If you agree pass in it so others can take action on election day. Dennis Bacon USN (Ret)

It's Working! The 60 second Commercial

Via pumabydesign

NAVY SEAL Commander Whose Team Killed Bin Laden Slams Obama

Atlas Shrugs

Why am I not surprised? Lest we forget Obama's insistence on an Islamic burial ritual for America's mass-murderering mortal enemy Osama Bin Laden, to please the millions and millions of uh, "fringe":

SEAL Commander Whose Team Killed Bin Laden Slams Obama FOX news

US NAVY Seals have revealed for the first time that they killed Osama Bin Laden within 90 seconds of entering his fortress-like home in Pakistan.

The men who killed the al-Qaeda chief have decided to speak out because they are tired of their "shabby treatment" by politicians who claim they were on a "kill mission."

They insisted there was no lengthy gun-fight in the compound and claimed they would have captured Bin Laden if he had surrendered, The Sunday Times in the UK reports (behind a paywall).

They were not on a "kill mission", they said, and fired only 12 bullets in the entire operation.

The details of the mission, which was codenamed Operation Neptune’s Spear, are revealed in a book by the Seals' former commander, Chuck Pfarrer.

"I've been a Seal for 30 years and I never heard the words 'kill mission'. It's a fantasy word. If it was a kill mission you don’t need Seal Team 6; you need a box of hand grenades."

He said the men were angry with President Barack Obama for announcing Bin Laden’s death on TV just hours after they completed the mission on May 1.

"There isn't a politician in the world who could resist trying to take credit for getting Bin Laden but it devalued the 'intel' and gave time for every other Al-Qaeda leader to scurry to another bolthole," he said.

"The men who did this and their valorous act deserve better. It's a pretty shabby way to treat these guys."

Read more here.

'15,000 strong' army gathers to take on Syria........

........ An insurgent army which claims to be up to 15,000 strong is being coordinated from Turkey to take on President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, which risks plunging the region into open warfare. The national "Syrian Free Army" aims to be the "military wing of the Syrian people's opposition to the regime," its leader told The Daily Telegraph from a heavily guarded camp in eastern Turkey. Confirmation of an armed force operating with the covert approval of the Turkish authorities follows evidence that attacks inside Syria are causing high levels of casualties in the security forces. It also shows the anger of Recep Tayipp Erdogan, the Turkish premier, with Mr Assad, a former ally whose failed promises of reform have caused a deep rift. – Daily Telegraph

Dominant Social Theme: War is breaking out all over. The Arab Spring is rising. What a coincidence.

Free-Market Analysis: Now it is Syria's turn. History will record that an Arab Spring swept across the Middle East and Northern Africa and turned dictatorships into Islamic democratic republics.

History will also show, we tend to believe, that the West has been challenged to reshape this radical Islamic surge along more "democratic" lines. It's all a lie, of course. It's all "directed." The 20th century appears to us to be "full on" directed history and right now the same appears for the 21st.

There's plenty of evidence these modern "revolutions" were spawned by the Anglo-American elites, determined to continue their advance toward one-world government. Various groups, affiliated perhaps with the CIA, were set up to promulgate "revolution." AYM is one such American/gobalist movement and obviously has ties to the US state department and large US corporations.

Now the "revolution" has come to America and is masquerading as Occupy Wall Street. Overseas, "revolutionary youth" have created an Islamic crescent arc. Within the US and Europe the "revolution" will serve a different purpose: It will build a "populist" movement blaming private industry and banking for the one-world program put in place by the elite money mafia creating this turmoil.


Conservatives seek coalescence behind: Not Mitt Romney

Milton Wolf
Conservative bloggers and activists worry that Mitt Romney himself the personification of what Nancy Pelosi famously said of ObamaCare: You have to elect him to find out what's in him.

Asks John Hawkins of Right Wing News:
Well, if Romney gets elected, which Romney will be President?

Romney 1.0: The left-of-center Republican who was adamantly pro-choice and wasn’t a fan of Reagan or the Contract with America during his run at Ted Kennedy’s seat?

Romney 2.0: The moderate, center-right governor of Massachusetts who left after one term because he would have lost if he ran again in 2006?

Romney 3.0: The fire breathing “conservative alternative” to John McCain who pretended like he was the reincarnation of Reagan?

Romney 4.0: The guy who’s running now, who believes whatever you believe, no matter what you believe?
The website:

Islam is Fear, Part III

The following post is the final part of a three-part series adapted from Bob Smith’s work at Islam’s Fatal Flaw.

Previously: Part I, Part II.

Occupy Wall Street vs. Private Property | THE PLAIN TRUTH by Judge Napolitano

Via pumabydesign

OCCUPY BOSTON: Officially Sanctioned, Obama’s Progressive Pro-Palestinian Terrorists Storm Israeli Consulate

Via pumabydesign

Ynet (excerpt)

“Social activists in the United States have found a way to mesh their own demands with the Palestinian protest against Israel: Several pro-Palestinian demonstrators ‘stormed’ the Israeli Consulate in Boston on Saturday, in protest of the Gaza blockade….”

“The Occupy protests are supported by President Obama and my congressman, the supposedly pro-Israel Congressman Steve Israel (NY-2), tried to take over the Israeli Consulate in Boston yesterday. If you missed it, it’s because the incident wasn’t covered by the mainstream media.

The attempted attack on the consulate should be a big surprise to people who read the mainstream media because they have been reporting the anti-Israel/anti-Semitic incidents coming from the Occupy protests were the product of a few lone-wolf nuts.

This particular Anti-Israel event wasn’t a fringe group or a lone nut, it was an officially sanctioned Occupy Boston event….

… If this incident was only the work of a few crazies, why was it on the Occupy Boston’s calendar of scheduled events? It is obvious that the attempted takeover was a fully sanctioned Occupy Boston event, and based on the liberal media’s history, if they ever bother to report on this attack on the Israeli Consulate they will ignore the evidence and try to explain it away as a few nuts…”


Liberal wacko

Via The Feral Irishman

No doubt an Obama voter.

Obama’s Automatons

Watching the latest videos of the mobs obstructing traffic, destroying property, and shouting orchestrated slogans liked robots, it occurred to me that we err in allowing them to dictate how we refer to them.

In conversation and in print let us name them in honor of the president who has extended his sympathy and given them license, and the party that has used its minions (Acorn and the unions) to feed and cosset them.

The mobs are living manifestations of the president’s ceaseless and irresponsible efforts to foment class warfare. Just listen to them scream invectives against “the rich” and “greedy corporations.”

In the spirit of giving credit where credit is due, his creations should be named accordingly. Barry’s Brawlers, Obama’s Bullies or Hussein’s Hoodlums are possibilities. Something suitably descriptive and creative, but within the bounds of the civil discourse the President, when convenient, likes to preach.


If you ever had any doubt the media was controlled... .....

Via Sipsey Street Irregulars

Homemade gun

36% Say Wall Street Protesters Represent Views of Mainstream America, 44% Disagree

Voters tend to view the Occupy Wall Street protesters negatively and regard their views as liberal and out of step with mainstream America. They’re almost evenly divided over whether the protesters genuinely want to change the system or just want a bailout of their own.

Thirty-three percent (33%) of Likely U.S. Voters hold a favorable view of the protesters, while 43% regard them unfavorably, according to the latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. Twenty-four percent (24%) are undecided.


swissRoomBox "Home on Board"

Via Cousin Colby

Virginia Tech policy tweak triggers conceal-carry protest

Oleg Volk

(WSLS) BLACKSBURG, VA -- A tweak in the rule book by leaders at Virginia Tech has triggered a November protest on campus. Tech's Libertarian Party is hosting members of the Virginia Citizens Defense League in a pro-gun right's demonstration.

"We don't believe that as a public university, Virginia Tech has any right to regulate the possession of firearms at all," said Eric Smith, President of the Virginia Tech Libertarians.

The university made efforts this summer to change their policy banning guns on campus after an opinion by the attorney general said it was too broad.

"We don't believe guns belong on college campuses, we don't think they belong in classrooms, they don't belong in dormitories, they don't belong in dining halls," said Larry Hincker, President of University Relations at Virginia Tech.

"Normal citizens are not here to stop criminals that what you have the police for and I figure that if untrained people have guns and try to do that it's going to cause more harm than help," said David Gonzalez-Fitch, a student at Virginia Tech.

According to Ken Cuccinelli, policy governing students and faculty does not apply to someone without university affiliation. VCDL members say it is why they have planned demonstrations at a handful of colleges including Tech.

"This is kind of the straw that broke the camels back, we were already concerned about this in the first place," said Smith.

Smith said the reason they chose the date of the home football game between UNC and Virginia Tech to protest is because of the national media attention that is expected on campus, but it is also a school day and one reason why Hincker says the permit was granted at the Squires Student Union, and not around the bulk of classrooms.

The student group at first applied to use the Drillfield at the center of campus, but was denied.

"The whole purpose of having permission to cite a rally or protest is so that the university can place it in a location where it will not have a significant impact on the ongoing events of the university," said Hincker.

What remains clear about this controversial issue is the difference in opinion of both university leaders and gun rights advocates.

University leaders say the attorney general's office is currently reviewing the new language added to their gun ban making it a regulation. The next step is presenting the move to the university's Board of Visitors.