News 02/27/12 – Updated 2300 Hrs. Eastern

Chardon High School Shooting: One Dead, Four Injured

From the article…”The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has eight agents on their way to the scene and they are expected to trace the firearm.”

The BATFE should trace their own firearms first!

Banker’s Insulting Waitress Tip Incites Class Warfare Between the 1% and the 99%


Blah, blah, blah


The Geography of Government Benefits



Enviro-Nazi reasoning to go cashless…

“Cash is also repugnant because of the heavy eco-cost of mining metals for coins and the pollutants created while producing legal tender.”

‘The End of Money’ by David Wolman


Speaking at the Republican Debate in Arizona, Newt Gingrich says would support a preemptive strike on Iran at Israel’s request.


Zionist shill using code-speak to the brotherhood…In our hand

The title of the video is obviously wrong, as Joe Biden was speaking of impeaching Bush if he attacked Iran.  Listen to his rationale on this and if he was so serious, where are the impeachment proceedings against Obama for Libya?  From :48 onward in the clip…



This was in the Green Dot info.   Lines up just like the IRS and PayPal.

How much money can I add to my PayPal account using the MoneyPak?

Your starting limit is $250 a year. However, you can add up to $4,000 a month by providing your name, address, date of birth, and Social Security number just before completing the online transfer. Green Dot will confirm and record this information on behalf of PayPal, but this information will not be used for a credit check or marketing purposes.


Santorum’s vote to fund Planned Parenthood indefensible



Department Of Homeland Security Tells Congress Why It’s Monitoring Facebook, Twitter, Blogs


…”DHS Chief Privacy Office Mary Ellen Callahan and Director of Operations Coordination and Planning Richard Chavez appeared to be deliberately stonewalling Congress on the depth, ubiquity, goals, and technical capabilities of the agency’s social media surveillance. At other times, they appeared to be themselves unsure about their own project’s ultimate goals and uses. But one thing is for sure: If you’re the first person to tweet about a news story, or if you’re a community activist who makes public Facebook posts–DHS will have your personal information.”


Mormonism Vs. Christianity Debate with Elder Joe Evans



PETA Kills 95% of Animals They Rescue


You think that’s bad, this article doesn’t even go over the grants they receive from public sources to carry on their hysteria – piss on them.


Disarming the Myths Promoted By the Gun Control Lobby


American Jewish billionaire businessman says his support of Newt Gingrich is based on more than just his staunch support for Israel.

Adelson tells Forbes: I might give Gingrich $100 million


Berezovsky, once a ally of Vladimir Putin, speaks to Haaretz about his resentment of the Russian regime, the prospect of change and the relations between Israel and Russia.

Exile Russian oligarch Berezovsky: Putin will end up like Ghadafi








George Osborne: UK has run out of money



Aurvista Gold announces non-brokered private placement




    April 14, 2005

    by Joe Sobran

    [Originally published in THE WANDERER, June 13, 1996.]

    One isn’t supposed to say this, but many people
    believe that Israel now holds the White House, the
    Senate, and much of the American media in its hands. This
    is what is known as an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory.

    The odd thing is that it is held by many Israelis.
    In an essay reprinted in the May 27, 1996, issue of the
    NEW YORK TIMES Ari Shavit, an Israeli columnist,
    reflected sorrowfully on the wanton Israeli killing of
    more than a hundred Lebanese civilians in April. “We
    killed them out of a certain naive hubris. Believing with
    absolute certitude that now, with the White House, the
    Senate, and much of the American media in our hands, the
    lives of others do not count as much as our own …”

    In a single phrase — “in our hands” — Mr. Shavit
    has lit up the American political landscape like a flash
    of lightning.

    Notice that Mr. Shavit assumes as an obvious fact
    what we Americans can say publicly only at our own risk.
    It’s surprising, and refreshing, to find such candor in
    an American newspaper (though his essay was reprinted
    from the Israeli paper HA’ARETZ).

    The prescribed cant on the subject holds that Israel
    is a “reliable ally” of the United States, despite
    Israel’s long record of double-dealing against this
    country, ranging from the killing of American sailors to
    constant espionage and technology theft. The word “ally”
    implies that the relationship exists because it’s in the
    interests of this country, though Israel’s lobby is
    clearly devoted to the interests of Israel itself, and
    it’s childish to suggest otherwise.

    You expect that from the Israel lobby; lobbies are
    lobbies, after all. But it’s unnerving that the White
    House, the Senate, and much of the American media should
    be “in our hands,” as Mr. Shavit puts it. Bill Clinton, a
    lover of peace since his college days, raised no protest
    when the Israelis drove 400,000 innocent Lebanese out of
    their homes this year in “retaliation” for rockets
    launched into Israel (wounding one Israeli) by a faction
    over whom those 400,000 had no control.

    Congress of course, was supine as usual at this
    latest extravagance of Israeli “defense.” Congress too is
    “in our hands.”

    A recent article in the WASHINGTON POST likened the
    Israel lobby’s power to that of the gun and tobacco
    lobbies. But there is one enormous difference. Newspapers
    like the POST aren’t afraid to criticize the gun and
    tobacco lobbies. They will say forthrightly that those
    lobbies seek goals that are dangerous for this country.
    They don’t dare say as much of the Israel lobby.

    But much of the press and electronic media are “in
    our hands” in a more active sense: they supply misleading
    pro-Israel propaganda in the guise of news and
    commentary, constantly praising Israeli democracy and
    ignoring Israel’s mistreatment of its non-Jewish
    minorities — mistreatment which, if any government
    inflicted it on a Jewish minority, would earn it the
    fierce opprobrium of our media.

    No decent American would think of reducing American
    Jews to the status of Palestinians in Israel. The idea is
    almost absurd. Yet Americans are taxed to subsidize the
    oppression of Palestinians, on the flimsy pretext that
    they are helping an “ally” in America’s own
    self-interest, as if it were in our interest to be hated
    and despised by the whole Muslim world.

    All this is interesting less for what it tells us
    about Israel than for what it tells us about America.
    Frank discussion of Israel is permitted in Israel, as Mr.
    Shavit’s article illustrates. It’s rarely permitted here.
    Charges of anti-Semitism and a quiet but very effective
    boycott will be the reward of any journalist who calls
    attention to his own government’s — and his own
    profession’s — servitude to Israeli interests.

    Very few in America are doing anything to change
    that sorry state of affairs. Mr. Shavit wrote his article
    in the desperate hope of turning back his countrymen and
    his government from a morally and politically perilous
    course. At least he can hope. It’s harder for us, when
    our own government isn’t in our hands.


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  2. Man politicians are worse than used Car salesmen: at least they got to look you in the eye when they con ya.

    If the GOP wanted to win the election they could just run that video clip as part of an Impeachment campaign against Obama.

    But then they would be indicting themselves too.
    So that aint gonna happen.

    The Sobran piece: it is truly in ‘our hands’

  3. Regarding the government school shooting in Ohio, first, my thoughts and prayers go to the victims and the families. Second, there is no doubt this incident will perk the gun grabbers. We will see more firearm control nonsense in coming days…