Monday, October 16, 2006

Back to School

Heard from the School board candidates - Alpa Patel and Rosemarie Scott.

Ms. Patel is a lawyer and looks like a good candidate.

I talked with Mrs. Scott and will vote for her.
Perhaps of some interest to voters - registered for candidacy:

Patel 8-24
Scott 8-22

(Information thanks to Sandy at the Clerk's office.)

Why War?

Mark Fiore has the answer here:

Friday, October 13, 2006

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

John Birch Society Members' books not bad

G. Edward Griffin's book, "The Creature From Jekyll Island" and James Perloff's book, "The Shadows of Power" are very informative. Written by John Birchers they tell a story of the take over of the U.S. government by the wealthy insiders.

The Birchers seem a little obsessed with the Commies. The real enemies are the people in control. This may seem more obvious in today's world. The New York Times and major news outlets refuse to acknowledge Libertarian candidates and mention a Republican who is a write-in candidate. Notice that they will mention "Establishment" candidates like the "Independent" from CONnecticut. (LIEberman the socialist-warmonger) (Many journalists are listed as part of the 'organization' - Council on Foreign Relations -CFR - and this is seen today.)

Birchers seem to love God a little too much. Makes us wonder if the Pope mates with the new Establishment - and popes have been the Establishment - will the Birchers follow that leader.

Still, these are good books for listing the enemies of "The People" and the Constitution. They list the enemy as Globalists. This may be the most correct term for the enemy. George Soros is rich and hasn't figured out exactly who the enemy is, but seems less of a Globalist. This may be an illusion as the Neocons are so big government Hitler and Stalin look like good alternatives. So the liberals don't look so bad, . . . today. And of course the Birchers were ahead of their time and may continue to be ahead of the curve. This they have also found out can be dangerous. (My counter to this is to always be on the front page if you can.)

A good quote from Perloff, "James Madison said: 'The accumulation of all power - legislative, executive, and judiciary - in the same hands . . . may justly be pronounced the very definition of tyranny.'"

A change in the U.S. House (at the least) is welcome from most of us who cherish liberty.

For full disclosure G. Edward Griffin has worked with Aaron Russo on his latest release - "From Freedom to Fascism" and I support Aaron. Still this book "Creature" should be read by every American.

Monday, October 09, 2006

25 considered worst than Lugar

At we can see some of the dirtiest U.S. reps.

I asked about our filthy Lugar and eagerly await a reply.

I don't believe there are 25 worst than Lugar. He hasn't been caught. Give me a Constitutionalist who steals, beats his wife, and sometimes kills, and he may get my vote. These globalists should find another country.

Friday, October 06, 2006

Wake up c-span!

Due to a pathetic lack of coverage of one Libertarian candidate, I Posted this at Hammer of Truth:

Sent this letter to Perhaps others can add their opinions.


Dear producers,

I’ve seen on Washington Journal and in a Cheney rally for a write-in candidate coverage of Delay’s old Congressional seat. Yet no mention of the Libertarian candidate Bob Smither. What’s the problem? I do not see this same noncoverage of all candidates polling second in U.S. Congressional Districts.

I hope you have Mr. Smither as a guest to make up for this terrible mistake.

Thanks for your prompt attention.

Ed Gluck, Terre Haute, IN

I'll post any reply from C-span.