Friday, September 5, 2014

The USS Barack Hussein has just been unveiled

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Our Totalitarian Future - Part 1

Despots, dictators, and power hungry presidents arise in an atmosphere of fear, scarce resources, hopelessness, and misery. As the power of the central government grows the freedoms, liberties and rights of the people are diminished and ultimately relinquished.
“Whenever the economic life of a nation becomes pre­carious, the central government is forced to assume additional responsibilities for the general welfare. It must work out elaborate plans for dealing with a criti­cal situation; it must impose ever greater restrictions upon the activities of its subjects; and if, as is very likely, worsening economic conditions result in polit­ical unrest, or open rebellion, the central government must intervene to preserve public order and its own authority. More and more power is thus concentrated in the hands of the executives and their bureaucratic managers.” – Aldous Huxley – Brave New World Revisited – 1958

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Halbig v. Burwell: The next big Obamacare case

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 07:29 AM PDT
The Supreme Court’s decision in Hobby Lobby has sparked substantial outcry and public debate, but the real litigation over PPACA implementation is just beginning.  However important Hobby Lobby may be for the law of religious accommodation, its effect on the implementation of the PPACA is relatively minor.  The same cannot be said for other cases that are working their way through the federal courts, and further litigation is inevitable.

One set of cases, including Halbig v. Burwell pending in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, challenges the legality of an IRS rule authorizing tax credits for the purchase of health insurance in federal exchanges.  A decision in Halbig is expected shortly, as is a decision in a parallel case pending in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit (King v. Burwell).  Two other cases are pending in federal district courts in Indiana and Oklahoma.

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Curmudgeonly & Skeptical presents Boned Jello

Curmudgeonly & Skeptical presents Boned Jello

Video: U.S Soldiers Intense Mountain Helmet Cam Firefight With A-10 Support

Sunday, June 29, 2014

Jean Lievens: Sarwant Singh on Smart Cities – A $1.5 Trillion Market Opportunity — With Comment by Robert Steele on the Real $4 Trillion Opportunity Being Ignored

Sarwant Singh
Forbes, 19 June 2014
Mahatma Gandhi once said, “India is to be found not in its few cities, but in its 700,000 villages.” Though that may at one time have been true, it is no longer the case. With about 30 country dwellers moving lock, stock and barrel every minute from Indian villages to become city dwellers, not many villages will be left in India by end of this century.
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Towards the end of the last decade, our planet achieved two remarkable feats. First, our human population crossed the seven billion mark and for the first time in history, 50 percent of the world’s population was living in urban areas. This is expected to accelerate to 60 percent before 2025, globally; with the Western, developed world reaching an 80 percent urbanization level during this time frame. Urbanization has become so important that it has elevated some cities, like Brussels, Seoul, Bogota, and many more, to be even more important than the countries themselves contributing to over 40 percent of the country’s GDP. Interestingly, the UK has already demonstrated its efforts in focusing on this Mega Trend of urbanization and city as growth hubs with the creation of a new ministry role called the “minister for cities.” This person is tasked with unlocking the economic potential of cities, thus giving them more empowerment and freedom to do so.

Martin Armstrong Warns Civil Unrest Is Rising Everywhere: "This Won't End Pretty"

Submitted by Martin Armstrong of Armstrong Economics,
Russell Brand
The greatest problem we have is misinformation. People simply do not comprehend why and how the economic policies of the post-war era are imploding. This whole agenda of socialism has sold a Utopian idea that the State is there for the people yet it is run by lawyers following their own self-interest. The pensions created for those in government drive the cost of government up exponentially with time. The political forces blame the rich and this merely creates a class warfare with no resolution for the future. Even confiscating all the wealth of the so-called rich will not sustain the system. Consequently, we just have to crash and burn and start all over again.
Submitted by Martin Armstrong of Armstrong Economics

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Video: Woman Violently Beaten As Toddler Tries To Intervene « CBS Philly

Video: Woman Violently Beaten As Toddler Tries To Intervene « CBS Philly

Everything is Racism

Academic freedomAdam Sandler filmsAdopting black childrenAir,AladdinAll you can eat taco barsAloofAmerican GirlAmerican flag,AmnestyAngryArab face/white belly dancersArresting international gun runnersAvatarBabiesBanning Baggy PantsBanning hoodiesBeards,Being against minimum wage increaseBeing against ObamaCareBeing anti-unionBeing whiteBeing whiteBenghazi investigationBitcoinBlack dogsBody Mass IndexBoehner, JohnBlack holeBlack-on-white rape,Border securityBreaking BadBrown bag lunchBuggerCalling a jerk a jerkCalling a spade a spadeCapitalismCarpChanging election days/timesCharter schoolsChicagoChicago BlackhawksChinese Fire DrillChristiansChristianityCleveland IndiansClimate changeClint Eastwood’s chair​Clinton, Bill (opposition to)Coachella Valley Arabs,Coconut brasColbert (Stephen)College transcriptsColorblindnessThe ConstitutionCountry musicCrimeCrossing your armsCruz (Ted),Cutting off a micDeath penaltyDemocratsDescartesDemocracy,Discussing war on ChristmasDogsDuck DynastyDumboDylan (Bob),EarsEcstasyEmojisEnding racismThe EnlightenmentEntitlement societyExpensive vacationsExperienceFantasiaFatFBI ratFewer black Major League Baseball playersFingernailsFirefighter testsFlower Drum SongFood stampsFounding FathersFox NewsFrackingGame of ThronesGetting food poisoning at an ethnic restaurantGlobal warming,GolfGoogleGovernment shutdownGrass skirtsGummy BearsGuns,Gun ownersGun rightsGypHarvard Business SchoolHashtagsHello kitty videoHiring a hitmanHump dayHurricane during a political conventionHusseinI Blame Myself videoIce cream trucksImpeaching a corrupt bureaucratImpeachmentImproving a neighborhoodImproving failed schoolsIncompetentInsulting drug dealersIntelligenceInterracial marriageInternal Revenue ServiceJob performance reviewsThe Jungle BookKaling (Mindy)Kicking a doorThe King & IKitchen CabinetLack of black Oscar winnersLackadaisicalLady and the TrampLaw & Order,Lazy​​Lesbians​​LiarThe Little MermaidThe Lone RangerLord of the RingsLordeLos Angeles police dogsLosing a union voteLow information votersMaster bedroomMarijuana lawsMilitary haircuts,Nabbing corrupt politiciansThe national debtThe national debt (again),The NBANigerian email scammersNot expanding MedicaidNot liking tacosNot liking Washington DCNot visiting a mosqueNullification,Obama (yes, Obama)Obama’s declining popularityOld menOnly dating people of your own raceOpposing big governmentOpposing Bill Clinton,Opposing Common CoreOpposing gay marriageOpposing immigration reformOpposing Medicare reformPaddy wagonPalin (Sarah)Peanut butter and jelly sandwichesPeanut galleryPerry (Rick)Peter Pan,PhiestaPhi GammaPhotographyPocohotasPlay on wordsPollution,Pre-schoolPresident ObamaPrivate schoolsPrivilegedProfessor,Prosecuting a black abortionistPro-LifePunctuation/spelling/grammar,Punishing an organization that repeatedly violates university rules,Questioning a black person’s geniusRace neutral college admission policiesRadio talk show hostsReadingReagan (Ronald)Recognizing IsraelRepublicansRescheduling electionsRomney (Mitt)Romney voters​​​​Santa ClausSchool mascotsScrutinizing ObamaSelf defense,SelfiesSiouxper drunkShowboatShuck and jiveSick daysSilicon ValleySnowSomeone else’s moneyStating a crime suspect’s raceStar TrekStates rightsSuperhero moviesSupreme CourtSurviving a concentration campSushi chef Halloween costumeSwanTake back our countryTaking jobs from AmericansTeacher tenureThe Tea PartyThe terms “black” and “white”The Village PeopleThomas (Clarence),Thoroughly Modern MillyThug Twain (Mark)The word ugly,Unemployment benefits (not extending)University of Utah fight songUnion bossesUnqualifiedUppityUrbanVenture capitalVideo gamesVoter ID lawsWar on drugsWashington RedskinsWelfareWelfare queenWhite JesusWinning 50% of the voteWorkfare instead of welfareYou didn’t build thatYou lieYou peopleZero tolerance rules that impact black studentsZionism


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