Monday, September 15, 2014

Goodies from Ol' Remus

 1937. Ennis Texas roadside stand and gas station 
Ennis is a town of 18,500 in northeast Texas, 40 miles south of Dallas.
Missed opportunity - In order to prevent another 9/11, we should have immediately ended all immigration from Muslim countries. Visas for visiting should have been limited to diplomatic and high level trade. If an oil sheik needs to come here to do a deal with Exxon, fine. Further, Muslims here should have been deported if they were not citizens. The foreign funding for mosques should have been confiscated. We can’t ban the religion, although I would be in favor of it, but we can encourage our citizens to put out the unwelcome mat to Muslims.
ZMan at

Printed metal 45ACP fires 1,000 rounds - The gun is 45ACP. It’s rifled and the rifling was built directly into the part – or as we like to say, “grown” into the part – using 3D Printing. This gun has NOT BEEN MACHINED. We used hand tools for some post processing, but we did not machine this gun. It’s born this way... We are thrilled to report that our 1911 3D Printed metal gun has successfully fired 1000 rounds.
Alyssa Parkinson at

art-link-symbol-small-rev01.jpg America under siege
The law in the United States has been twisted and undermined to the point of being unrecognizable from its original Magna Carta/Common Law foundation. And it has been done predominantly by the very institutions charged with preserving it. It was done in Rome. It was done in the Ottoman Empire, Germany, the Soviet Union, and it is now being done here in the USSA. All of this preparation and roll out—all of this Sovietization of American life —is merely a preview of America's burgeoning police state, says Timothy Pope in this essay, Under Siege: An Analysis of America's Burgeoning Police State, and the Solution, at America The Battlefield.

art-link-symbol-tiny-grey-arrow-only-rev01.gif Nobel Committee Regrets Obama Peace Prize, by David Swanson at Scribd

art-link-symbol-tiny-grey-arrow-only-rev01.gif Survival Techniques: Building a Shelter to Live Through the Night, by Nick H. at Imminent Threat Solutions.
art-link-symbol-tiny-grey-arrow-only-rev01.gif Witnesses fault inquiry into handcuffed man’s Lake of the Ozarks drowning, by Laura Bauer at The Kansas City Star

Loot for sale - Washington politicians are in the position to grant special privileges, extend favors, change laws and do other things that if done by a private person would land him in jail... Maybe we should think about enacting a law mandating that Congress cannot do for one American what it does not do for all Americans. For example, if Congress creates a monopoly for one American, it should create a monopoly for all Americans. Of course, a better solution is for Congress to obey our Constitution.
Walter Williams at

Collapse - We have been warning about this for years and the system hasn’t gone “nuclear meltdown” yet. Now do you see why we have been warning for years, not concerned with trying to pick “the top of the bubble”? Do you think it was better for people to pack up and leave Germany YEARS before the war started, or was the best move to wait until the day, or the hour before the bombs dropped on their specific house? ... People who have been out of the system for two or three years will be much safer vis-a-vis clawback than people who are just now getting out.
Ann Barnhardt at
Space Available - When you see the headlines touting strong retail sales, you need to consider what you are actually seeing in the real world. RadioShack will be filing for bankruptcy within months. Wet Seal will follow. Sears is about two years from a bankruptcy filing. JC Penney's turnaround is a sham. They continue to lose hundreds of millions every quarter and will be filing for bankruptcy within the next couple years. Target and Wal-Mart continue to post awful sales results and have stopped expanding.
Jim Quinn at 

No comments:

Post a Comment