Monthly Archive: January 2010

Jan 26

Slave or Human, Republic or Empire

I have found a new hero, historical author Jürgen Elsässer. Quote: “And this world supervision or world government requires the prior destruction of the nation states and the republics, of course.” Please read this essay, all of it. If you’re short on time, print it up and read it over your lunch hour. Read it …

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Jan 21

RINOs surfing the euphoria wave

Don Hank As soon as I learned McCain and Mitt Romney were present at Brown’s acceptance speech, I realized the GOP’s strategy: Mask their RINO stench, eventually get them onto the ballot and then get one of them into the White House. Many real conservatives were euphoric about Brown’s win because they saw it as a way to defeat Obamacare and …

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Jan 20

Do we need a theology of taxation?

We also have to ask about those who are doing the taxing. They obviously believe they have the right to take your resources from you. They must believe that they can obtain some good that you, and perhaps few others, would have subsidized if left to your own devices. They must believe that they know how much they can fairly extract from you. They must believe that they have the right, if you protest, to incarcerate you and take your possessions by force if need be. In sum, they are almost indistinguishable from tyrants.

Christians should not support tyrants or adopt their methods and so become tyrants ourselves. If there is a cause we wish to support, we ought to do so from our own resources out of the free expression of our own hearts (2 Corinthians 8).

Jan 10

Glenn Beck and how Americans got the way we are

Glenn Beck and how Americans got this way By Don Hank Recently, a lot has been written about Glenn Beck and his refusal to look at the eligibility issue and his disdain for those of us who care about it. First, let me be clear: I am a birther. By that I don’t mean that …

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Jan 08

Scott Brown as replacement for Ted Kennedy?

People’s Collective of Massachusetts” might elect a conservative Republican to fill the late Senator Ted Kennedy’s vacant Congressional seat Scott Brown’s Run for the Senate  By Jim O’Neill  Thursday, January 7, 2010 ”She does not want to meet with me, one-on-one, because I personally believe she’s afraid to show that her policies are so out of …

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Jan 06

Is Obama Employing the Cloward-Piven Strategy?

The Cloward-Piven Strategy is a deliberate series of tactics designed to bring a system down in collapse so that a preferred system can be erected in its place. Named after two Columbia University professors, it was actually employed in the early 1970s. I want to repeat that: it was actually employed.

This is not your ordinary conspiracy theory. In this case, we know that the strategy was employed and had some effect. Namely, by deliberately burdening New York city’s welfare system, they managed to bankrupt the city, which so declared in 1975.

Cloward and Piven, therefore, have made it impossible to take at face value measures which are put forward as being ‘for the poor.’

Jan 06

Are illegal workers really doing this?

 Are illegals really doing this? Radio host Dave Levine just added some new stuff to his blog today at: First, Dave and I would both like to thank for posting a link to this site and hence to his. It was a lot of fun seeing all those comments there, well over 50. …

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Jan 03

Another liberal state set to crash

Arizona hosts enormous illegal immigrant population Today’s feature article by Dave Levine relates to Arizona’s imminent crash. It is so sad to see state after state unable to pay its bills. And yet, as the article Dave links to points out, the people of Arizona voted for programs they can’t pay for, and these programs …

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