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Former Sheriff Jailed in the Jail that Bears His Name


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According to Channel 9 News, Pat Sullivan, a former Sheriff of Arapahoe County, Colorado–once called “Colorado’s Sheriff” and a “hero”–was arrested as he tried give a man meth-amphetamine in return for performing a homosexual sex act.  Former Sheriff Sullivan is now being held on $250,000 bond in the county jail that bears his name.

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http://www.9news.com/news/article/232884/339/Sullivan-accused-of-exchanging-meth-for-sex

 

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Them That’s Got Shall Get


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Some of you may remember the lyrics of the Billie Holiday blues song, God Bless the Child:

 “Them that’s got shall get,

“Them that’s not shall lose,

“So the Bible says and it still is news.”

Those lyrics refer to Proverbs 22:7 which warns that, “The rich rule over the poor, and the borrower is servant to the lender.”  Them that’s got (the rich) shall get (rule); them that’s not (the poor) shall be ruled, even oppressed—and/or act as “servants” (even slaves) to the rich (those able to lend money).

Given that Proverbs was written almost 3,000 years ago, you can’t argue that the debtor’s dangerous relationship as “servant” or “slave” to the lender is really “news”.

The “news,” if any, is humanity’s persistent addiction to the “high” we call credit and aversion to the subsequent “depression” we call debt.

We know that debt can be dangerous and even self-destructive.  Nevertheless, if you want to catch a man or a nation, bait your trap with credit.

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Dr. Nick Begich: HAARP, Mind Control, Alaska & Conspiracy Theories


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Fear sells.  When it comes to making sales, fear as almost as effective at attracting customers as scantily-clad women and free money.  Because fear is such an effective motivator and marketing device, I tend to distrust those who rely on fear to “sell” their ideas or products.  I distrust those who “sell” fear.  It’s easy to exaggerate fear in order to make sales (or garner votes).  Such “exaggeration” is necessarily a lie.  I don’t like lies.

More, I don’t like fear (even when it’s seemingly justified by some very intimidating adversary or conditions), because Revelation 21:7-8 offers a “laundry list” of those destined for damnation:

“He that overcometh shall inherit all things; and I will be his God, and he shall be my son.
“But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death.”

That “laundry list” includes “murders,” “liars” and others we might expect to be doomed.  But I was much surprised when I first realized that the first class of people listed for damnation were the “fearful” (other versions of the Bible read “cowardly”).

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What If?


Andrew Napolitano

Judge Andrew Napolitano asks a series of “what if” questions.  All of these “what if’s” appear to already be true.

I was particularly surprised to hear Judge Napolitano ask “What if the States were mere provinces under a totally nationalized and centralized government?”

Judge Napolitano is the first high (or formerly high) government official that I’ve heard of who’s given credence to the “The State vs. this state” hypothesis that I and others have been advocating for over a decade.  Where he refers to “provinces,” I’m inclined to speak of “territories” or “territorial states” (rather than States of the Union).  Perhaps Napolitano’s description (“provinces”) is better than mine (“territories,” etc.).  But if we disagreed as to nomenclature, we apparently agree that the very nature of our State’s governments has been radically changed into something unconstitutional and treasonous.

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Former Senator Mike Gravel Accuses the US Gov’t of Immorality, Crimes Against Humanity


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Mike Gravel (Democrat) was a Senator from Alaska from A.D. 1969 through A.D. 1981.  He masterminded the creation of the Alaskan oil pipeline.

I’m surprised by his candor in the following video.  At one point, he says, “The US is like a drunkard who charges to war with anyone who might pose a threat.”  I wouldn’t think any politician would be willing to say so much truth.  But he’s been out of office for 30 years and may never have been as corrupt as the treasonous whores who currently populate Washington DC.

Whatever the explanation, Mr. Gravel makes a strong indictment of the U.S. government and its policies. He makes a lot of sense and clearly describes fundamental problems..

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVQm-fY4qvQ&feature=player_embedded

 
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Posted by on November 26, 2011 in Despotism, Fascism, Government as Gangsters, Tyranny, Video

 

Black Friday Riots Evidence of Moral Decay? Or Congenital Silliness?


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The first  video was posted about a year ago.  It’s based, in part, on the “Black Friday” riots of A.D. 2010 when video cameras caught Americans trampling each other to get at the Christmas “bargains” in several stores.  The video shows a class of Americans who appear less than noble.  The point to the video is that America has become so materialistic, that it’s losing its dignity.  How are we going to save this country insofar as Washington DC is populated by a bunch of treasonous whores, and more than a few Americans are too ignorant and greedy to even want to be saved?

I’d say this video is “darker” than it needs to be, but it makes a point:   Welcome to the mobocracy.

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Posted by on November 26, 2011 in Values, Video

 

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Dese Indians Be Crazy!


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This is one of the damnedest videos I’ve ever seen.  It has nothing to do with legal,political or economic issues.  It may have a lot to do with mental health issues.  It’s just so damned strange that I feel compelled to post the link.

The video is of an talent show in India that, in this case seems to combine America’s “Jackass” TV programs of a few years back with professional wrestling.  The result is bizarre.  Even disturbing.  They’re lucky nobody died.

It’s like something out of Indiana Jones and Temple of Doom.  Only real.

The Warriors of Goja.  Amazing.

video    00:07:21

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2SUaoVy_iU&feature=share

 

 
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Posted by on November 26, 2011 in Video

 

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