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U.S. Inc.

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Here’s a 15 minute video of a woman (I wish I knew who she was) outlining much of the problem we have with what passes for “government”.  She cites a lot of evidence to support her conclusions.  And she displays her passion for liberty and anger and hatred for the treasonous whores in our “government” who presume to have reduced us to the status of slaves, animals and “things”.

Good evidence.  Great passion.   She knows she’s right.  Her evidence inspires her passion.

The natives are not only restless–they are educating themselves.

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“the United States of NORTH America”

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In A.D. 1795, our government ratified a treaty with the nation of Algiers. One of the two signatories to to that treaty was Algiers; the other was “the United States of North America”. The phrase “the United States of North America” appears roughly 20 times in that treaty.

Thus, it appears that in A.D. 1795—seven years after ratification of the Constitution of the United States—either:

1) at least with respect to international treaties, the proper name for our national government may have been “the United States of North America”;

2) no one, including George Washington, had yet agreed on a proper name for this country; or,

3) “the United States of North America” has subsequently been supplanted by the “United States”.

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Posted by on August 22, 2011 in Political, U.S. vs The U.S.A.



Dennis Craig’s Documents–#1

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Dennis Craig has been a regular guest on my radio show over the past six or eight weeks.  We’ve talked about a number of subjects, but the central theme has been a series of documents that Dennis drafted and ultimately filed with the national government.

Dennis claims that as a result of his process, when his name comes up on government computer data bases, the government files now include a “DO NOT HOLD” notice.  As a result, Dennis claims to have had a number of confrontations with the police or other “authorities” who, upon checking Dennis in their federal data base, simply release him and avoid further contact.

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The Bankruptcy of the United States; James Traficant’s Speech

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According to Wikipedia, “James Anthony Traficant, Jr. (born May 8, 1941) is a former Democratic Representative in the United States Congress from Ohio (from 1985 to 2002). He represented the 17th Congressional District, which centered around his hometown of Youngstown and included parts of three counties in northeast Ohio’s Mahoning Valley. He was expelled [from Congress] after being convicted of taking bribes, filing false tax returns, racketeering, and forcing his aides to perform chores at his farm in Ohio and on his houseboat in Washington, D.C., and was released from prison on September 2, 2009, after serving a seven-year sentence.”

I don’t know the details or timing concerning Mr. Traficant’s conviction in A.D. 2002, but if the criminal allegations against him were true, I would’ve expected him to have been made Speaker of the House rather than expelled from Congress.

In fact, many people believe that Mr. Trafficant was ultimately tried and sentenced in A.D. 2002 for having made an extraordinary speech in A.D. 1993 to Congress.  In that speech, Congressman Traficant alleged 1) the U.S. government is bankrupt; 2) the federal government was dissolved by the Emergency Banking Act of A.D. 1933; 3) the “receivers” of the US bankruptcy were the “international bankers via the United Nations”; and 4) the US monetary system was a fraud.

As I said, this was an extraordinary speech.  He was lucky to have merely been jailed; he might’ve been shot.

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The White House Inc.

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First, consider a peculiar video wherein President Obama and former President Clinton are both speaking at “The White House”.  President Obama leaves the podium, and allows former President Clinton to continue to answer questions–at “The White House”.

You don’t need to watch the whole video.  The first 1 to 3 minutes will be enough.  But you might ask yourself, What th’ Hell is President Obama doing by “handing off” the podium at “The White House” to someone who was not only nearly impeached from office but, seemingly, no longer occupies a public office?!

Most importantly, note the blue-green and white oval in the background behind the podium that has a drawing of the White House and carries the words:



Millions of Americans have seen that oval behind the President or his press secretary for years and probably thought it was just a sign (kinda like “MEN” or “WOMEN” near a restaurant’s lavatories) to signal the physical place where the speaker is standing.

But I don’t think so.  I think that blue-green oval is a corporate logo for a private corporation called “THE WHITE HOUSE” and/or “THE WHITE HOUSE OFFICE”.

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Political Choice

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The Supreme Court of the United States ruled in Baker v  Carr that federal courts were incapable of answering a “political question”.  This raises the possibility that if a sophisticated defendant based his defense on the presence of a “political question,” the federal courts might be precluded from hearing or deciding the case.

I’ve therefore become a student of the concept of “political”.  Political choice, political decisions, political argument, political doctrine are on my radar.

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Somethin’ Funny’s Goin’ On


The website includes a database of over 63 million US and foreign companies.  That database info is provided by Dunn & Bradstreet (D&B). will provide preliminary information on each of these millions of companies for free.  If you want more “in-depth” info, there’s a fee.

But since this article is about “funny” stuff, and paying fees isn’t fun, let’s run a few free searches and see what we can find.  You might be surprised.

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