Archive for June, 2013

As a veteran and long time (since 1978) Libertarian whose brand of libertarianism was relabeled as Neolibertarian (a description I heartedly embraced) by the crew at QandO back in 2004, I believe that Sarah-Cuda just laid out why we need a strong revolt from the self-privileged, self-entitled, thieves, poltroons and con-men of the political class.

On America’s News HQ, Sarah Palin criticized both Republicans and Democrats who “caved” in to President Obama’s “wishes to legalize illegal aliens.”

Palin slammed the bill and its supporters, saying “it’s a matter of a lack of principle and respect the law.” She even called it a “betrayal” to law-abiding Americans and legal immigrants. “It doesn’t solve any of the problems that we may have with immigration.”

When it comes to NSA leaker Edward Snowden, Palin said he needs to face the consequences of his actions if he did indeed violate the law. “We are still a nation that respects the rule of law, right, even though amnesty bill just sort of thwarted all that.”

via Sarah Palin: Immigration Bill Supporters 'Betrayed' Americans – YouTube.

Hear what AlfonZo Rachel thinks of the Lil Wayne flag stomping controversy. Did Lil Wayne make a mistake, or did he really intend to trample on the stars and stripes? For some better music, listem to Zos band–20 Lb. Sledge. Find more info at http://www.Facebook.com/20lbSLEDGE

via ZoNATION: Lil Wayne Is a Flag Stomping Coward – YouTube.

Louisiana Senator Elbert Guillory R-Opelousas explains why he recently switched from the Democrat Party to the Republican Party. He discusses the history of the Republican Party, founded as an Abolitionist Movement in 1854. Guillory talks about how the welfare state is only a mechanism for politicians to control the black community.

via Elbert Guillory: "Why I Am a Republican" – YouTube.

Why who’s in charge, of course!!!

When the story broke that the NSA has spent the past several years collecting the phone records of millions of U.S. mobile customers, the Obama administration and other lawmakers were quick to dismiss the immense privacy implications posed by such information.

We disagree, and believe then-Senator and now-Vice President Joe Biden got it right in 2006 while commenting on the Bush-era NSA’s similar mass collection of calling records.

If you agree and want to see reforms to rein in NSA spying, visit our coalition site at https://optin.stopwatching.us to make your voice heard.

For full video, see http://cbsn.ws/11xfnOy

via Biden in 2006: NSA Collection of Phone Records Violates Privacy – YouTube.

Capitol Hill apparently. No wonder the budget is in such an overblown deficit.

Rep.Ed Markey (D) explains the difference between math and arithmetic during the Senate debate in Springfield on June 11, 2013.Go ahead, look it up here if you think the definition has changed since you went to grade school.

And he’s asking for the power over our lives?

via Nonsensical Markey: Its Not Math, Its Arithmetic – YouTube.

Assemblywoman Shannon Grove hosts Lord Christopher Monckton at California State University- Bakersfield. Lord Monckton shares why the Fallacies of Global Warming Theory are going to cost you so much.

via Lord Christopher Monckton presents "Fallacies about Global Warming". – YouTube.

On July 1, 2012, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi D., Calif. appeared on “Meet the Press,” where she promised that “everybody will have lower rates, better quality care and better access” as a result of the Affordable Care Act a.k.a. Obamacare.

Nancy Pelosi: ‘I Don’t Remember Saying that Everybody in the Country Would Have a Lower Premium’