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Every So Often . . .


I see a story that’s so “real” that–even though it has nothing to do with law, politics or economics–I feel compelled to post it on my blog.

Here’s an example.  It’s about a man (Ronnie Greene of Mascot, Tennessee) who really does seem to have the “spirit of Christmas” year around.

I know this article will be read by some “Grinch” who won’t be able to resist telling us that there is no Santa Claus, that Christmas is pagan holiday, etc.  Maybe so.  But if there’s no Christmas, there still is charity and the man in this video has the “spirit of charity” year around.

This video reminds me of a Frank Capra movie out of the 1940s (It’s A Wonderful Life, Meet John Doe, etc).  It gives us a glimpse of a “reality” that’s seldom seen or even imagined anymore.

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Posted by on October 31, 2014 in Video

 

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Know Your Enemy


Some blacks are beginning to know who their primary enemy is.  Some whites ought to follow suit.

There are racial tensions in this country.  Some of those tensions are real, some are based on hyperbole.  But the primary problem is not between blacks and whites; it’s between the people and their purported government and “leaders”.

We’re being betrayed–openly betrayed–by people in positions of power whose primary interest is only to serve and enrich themselves.  Government has become a racket.  Maybe that was always true, but if it was, that “racket” was smaller and concealed.  Today, it’s in your face.  The cops can kill, the politicians can steal, treason is a way of life, a claim of “right” is dismissed as laughable–and we’re told that’s just the natural order of things.

This country doesn’t need more laws, tougher enforcement and more prisons.  What we need is more trials for treason.  Lot’s more.

The government must be held accountable for its betrayals.  We need to ensure that the government is held liable to the same laws and levels of force as the people.  There should be no more immunities, special privileges and titles of nobility for officers and employees of the government than there are for the people.

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Somebody Stands Up Against the Police State


Or More Necessary [courtesy Google Images]

Or More Necessary
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The following video might make you angry.  Or it might bring tears to your eyes.  A man risks his life rather than surrender to the police state.

Watch the cop.  See how casually he holds his gun pointed more or less at the “detainee”.  See how the cop casually looks around, walks around, and at times doesn’t even pay close attention to the detainee.

If I were that cop, and I truly thought that detainee posed a threat to me, I would not take my eyes off of him.  I would not hold my gun casually in just one hand; I’d have my feet set and I’d be holding that gun solidly in two hands, aimed directly and precisely at the perceived threat.

The fact that the fat pig holds his gun casually and isn’t really focused on the alleged “threat” posed by the detainee indicates that the cop didn’t really believe the suspect was truly threatening.  Apparently, the cop gets off by strutting around, waving a gun and scaring people. The cop’s conduct indicates that he’s waving his gun around as a terroristic act intended to  intimidate the public rather than to defend himself.

Apparently, the cops didn’t actually shoot the suspect.  They succeeded in terrifying him, alright–but they didn’t shoot him.  Why not?  Perhaps, because the suspect was defending himself with a video camera–and with a measure of courage.

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Posted by on October 29, 2014 in Police Abuse, Police State, Resistance, Terrorism, Tyranny

 

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Hierarchical Governance


Subsection (c) of Rule 101 (“Title and Scope”) of the Texas Rules of Evidence reads as follows:

“(c)   Hierarchical Governance in Criminal Proceedings. –Hierarchical governance shall be in the following order: the Constitution of the United States, those federal statutes that control states under the supremacy clause, the Constitution of Texas, the Code of Criminal Procedure and the Penal Code, civil statutes, these rules, and the common law. Where possible, inconsistency is to be removed by reasonable construction.”

If you’ve read “The Organic Law of The United States of America” you know that this “Organic Law” includes four documents:

1)  The Declaration of Independence (A.D. 1776);

2) Articles of Confederation (A.D. 1781) which are the constitution of The United States of America;

3) Northwest Ordinance (A.D. 1787); and,

4) Constitution of the United States (first ratified and made effective by the People in A.D. 1788).

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Tuesday Night Radio: Hierarchical Governance, Miranda Warning, Rules of Evidence


American Independence Hour hosted by Alfred Adask; 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM Central time, Tuesday nights, on AmericanVoiceRadio.com and also on the KU band, free-to-air satellite link at Galaxy 19.  There’ll be call-ins at 1-800-596-8191.

 
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Posted by on October 28, 2014 in American Independence Hour, Radio

 

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European Bloc Balks Over “Austerity”


Parasites of the World, Unite!  You Have Nothing to Lose but the Producers Who Support You! [courtesy Google Images]

Parasites of the World, Unite! You Have Nothing to Lose but the Producers Who Support You!
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The New York Times reported in “Bloc in Europe Starts to Balk Over Austerity” that:

 

“European leaders arrived in Milan for a summit meeting . . . despite gloomy financial news this week of stock markets tumbling and borrowing costs shooting up . . . .

“In past years, the eurozone nations buckled under to German demands to slash budget deficits and roll back public services, and then watched in dismay as unemployment rates shot into the double digits and growth collapsed. Now, France, Italy and the European Central Bank (ECB) have coalesced into a bloc against Germany, and they are insisting that Berlin change course.

“The divisions between Europe’s leaders, at a moment when unity would seem critical,   is one reason the markets are rattled—as well as the fact that policy makers still have not found a tool to revive growth in the face of staggering public debt.”

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Posted by on October 27, 2014 in Debt, Economic collapse, Economy, European Union, Values

 

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Tuesday Night Radio: Reading is Guessing


American Independence Hour hosted by Alfred Adask; 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM Central time, Tuesday nights, on AmericanVoiceRadio.com and also on the KU band, free-to-air satellite link at Galaxy 19.  There’ll be call-ins at 1-800-596-8191.

 
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Posted by on October 21, 2014 in American Independence Hour, Definitions, Radio

 

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