1937. Santa Maria California, pea harvest workers
Nevada - Constitutionally minded Americans are not going to stand by and watch another massacre, nor a loss of gun rights, nor will we be entertaining violations of our freedoms for much longer. This society is on the edge of something. It's kinetic, or electric. It is not yet quite visible but it is there, reverberating in the atmosphere.
What comes next - Government seldom gives up this easily. I’d venture this is only settled for the moment and the heist will resume as soon as the media is distracted by something else... Figure however long it takes for the Feds to run facial recognition on everyone who showed up in support of the Bundys, and time for a Grand Jury to be empaneled and come up with some kind of conspiracy to obstruct, or whatever, and then a snap decision to show We the People who the boss is. I give it 120 days, more or less, but we’ll see how it all rolls out.
Tipping point - Americans have been surrounded, deliberately corralled, by an increasing code of regulations. Americans have regulations pointed at their health care in the form of ObamaCare, their finances by the mercurial , their communications by the , the future education of young Americans by the newly launched Common Core.
Election results explained - Based on a North Carolina study, where 35,750 people were found to have likely voted in North Carolina and one other state , the national voter fraud numbers from the 2012 election may have reached one million.
Regulations, laws and rights
Where rights secured by the Constitution are involved, there can be no rule making or legislation which would abrogate them.
All codes, rules, and regulations are unconstitutional and lacking due process of law.
This is the first time in our history thatAmericans don't identify with the upper class. They now realize that all of the rules, regulations, taxes, fees, militarized police, tasers, pepper spray, camps. homeland security billion bullets are meant for them, not someone else.
I think companies have the right to refuse business to people for wearing roller skates, speaking Swedish, or skipping leg day at the gym. But let's talk for a second about the 900-pound gorilla in the room: I have never heard of anyone being fired for being too politically correct. A recent article calling for jailing anthropocentric global warming skeptics did not, so far as I can tell, result in any lost wages. Calling for the destruction of the white race doesn’t get you fired—it gets you tenure. If Brendan Eich had been donating money to Howard Dean instead of Pat Buchanan, he’d still have a job, says Nicholas Pell in this article, The Care Bears vs. McCarthy, at Taki's Magazine.
Our law enforcement system is in a state of collapse - and it's a deliberate plan by the president of the United States, and it's wrong. And, people need to be aware of it and need to stand up to it and I believe the American people are beginning to do so. So, you come into the country illegally and the attorney general of the United States declares that these individuals have a civil right to amnesty. How can this possibly be: the chief law enforcement officer in America? Vice President Biden recently said, quote: 'You know, 11 million people live in the shadows; I believe they're already American citizens.' Eleven million undocumented aliens are already Americans? Goodness. The vice president of the United States would make such a statement. It's stunning beyond belief.
Disarming the proles - Aspiring group leaders often use "othering" to raise themselves to leadership of the group. Emphasizing a distinction between "us" and "them" that casts "us" in a favorable light is a time-tested tactic for acquiring acolytes and followers... Many of those persons are objectively inferior: stupid, ignorant, amoral, arrogant, unmannerly, and generally unfit for human society. However, they get to work in the "halls of power," and we don't. Their contemptuous attitude toward us follows naturally.
Marc Faber - I believe that the market is slowly waking up to the fact that the Federal Reserve is a clueless organization. They have no idea what they're doing. And so the confidence level of investors is diminishing, in my view. This year, for sure—maybe from a higher diving board—the S&P will drop 20 percent. I think, rather, 30 percent. Who knows. But all I'm saying is that it's not a very good time, right now, to buy stocks.