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Baldwin Christian site
If lawmakers claim that ignorance of the law is no excuse, then how do they explain their ignorance of the laws they vote for?
Before the [Civil] war it was always the United States "are," after the war it was the United States "is"... it made us an is.
ISIS is using U.S.-made ammunition and weapons, which means U.S. weapons companies get to supply all sides of The New Endless War; can you blame investors for being so giddy?
"... there is NOTHING that can’t be reached by the state legislative power. They can correct the manifold violations of every provision of the constitution that occur every day in every state by federal agencies exceeding the scope of the authority granted to them by the states, in the Constitution. The problem has not been that there aren’t plenty of violations to correct. The problem has been that most States are befuddled into thinking that they get run by Washington, D.C. The press tells them this every day.
The Zionist Lobby with its ridiculous “enforcement organizations,” such as the ADL, by misusing the “anti-semite” accusation have made “anti-semite” and “self-hating Jew” badges of moral honor.
Look, if you think any American official is going to tell you the truth, then you’re stupid. Did you hear that?—stupid.
Arthur Sylvester, Asst Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs during the Vietnam War
Russia has a nuclear arsenal as large as Washington’s, and Russia is very much aware that for 13 years Washington’s lies and demonizations of countries are the preludes to launching military attacks on the countries.
My sources say Americans should be very concerned about the secrecy of the government [illegal alien children] camps.
Todd Starnes, Fox News journalist
Nothing can now be believed which is seen in a newspaper. Truth itself becomes suspicious by being put into that polluted vehicle.
Washington purchases European politicians with bags full of money.
Lies are the American experience. The actual world as it exists is foreign to most Americans.
Accurate feedback is necessary for the long-term survival of any living system.
Thrive (documentary, 5 min 59 sec)
I've thought many times that the "D" in D-Day meant Death Day.
Arnold "Ray" Lambert, D-Day veteran
any people [Jews] that has been persecuted for two thousand years must be doing something wrong
Henry Kissinger (who is Jewish)
Throughout my career, the political ruling elite has been enacting piecemeal a version of “universal” healthcare coverage to satisfy the demands of an increasingly vocal, but also increasingly disenfranchised citizenry. Our overlords, of course, have been more motivated by enhancing corporate bottom lines and enriching themselves, than in genuinely helping the peasantry.
The [Christian] church is the reason America is losing its liberties.
Chuck Baldwin, Baptist minister [10 min 5 sec]
Jewish strength [in nations around the world] is not measured in [population] numbers only, but in terms of its economic and political power.
Haaretz [Israel newspaper]
And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.
Change will not come if we wait for some other person or if we wait for some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek. If not you, who? If not now, when?
The Western media is a plague upon humanity.
In war we are all losers.
Kaname Harada, WWII Imperial Japanese Navy ace, in The Last Zero Fighter by Dan King, Kindle location 1412
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Informing Hawaii's voters
Submitted by Guest on Mon, 08/02/2010 - 09:26
by Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX)
Our foreign policy was in the spotlight last week, which is exactly where it should be. Almost two years ago many voters elected someone they thought would lead us to a more peaceful, rational co-existence with other countries. However, while attention has been focused on the administration’s disastrous economic policies, its equally disastrous foreign policies have exacerbated our problems overseas. Especially in times of economic crisis, we cannot afford to ignore costly foreign policy mistakes. That’s why it is important that U.S. foreign policy receive some much needed attention in the media, as it did last week with the leaked documents scandal.
Many are saying that the Wikileaks documents tell us nothing new. In some ways this is true. Most Americans knew that we have been fighting losing battles. These documents show just how bad it really is. The revelation that Pakistani intelligence is assisting the people we are bombing in Afghanistan shows the quality of friends we are making with our foreign policy. This kind of thing supports points that Rep. Dennis Kucinich and I tried to make on the House floor last week with a privileged resolution that would have directed the administration to remove troops from Pakistan pursuant to the War Powers Resolution.
We are not at war with Pakistan. Congress has made no declaration of war. (Actually, we made no declaration of war on Iraq or Afghanistan either, but that is another matter.) Yet we have troops in Pakistan engaging in hostile activities, conducting drone attacks and killing people. We sometimes manage to kill someone who has been identified as an enemy, yet we also kill about 10 civilians for every 1 of those. Pakistani civilians are angered by this, yet their leadership is mollified by our billions in bribe money. We just passed an appropriations bill that will send another $7.5 billion to Pakistan. One wonders how much of this money will end up helping the Taliban. This whole operation is clearly counterproductive, inappropriate, immoral and every American who values the rule of law should be outraged. Yet these activities are being done so quietly that most Americans, as well as most members of the House, don’t even know about them.
We should follow constitutional protocol when going to war. It is there for a reason. If we are legitimately attacked, it is the job of Congress to declare war. We then fight the war, win it and come home. War should be efficient, decisive and rare. However, when Congress shirks its duty and just gives the administration whatever it wants with no real oversight or meaningful debate, wars are never-ending, wasteful, and political. Our so-called wars have become a perpetual drain on our economy and liberty.
The founders knew that heads of state are far too eager to engage in military conflicts. That is why they entrusted the power to go to war with the deliberative body closest to the people — the Congress. Decisions to go to war need to be supported by the people. War should not be covert or casual. We absolutely should not be paying off leaders of a country while killing their civilians without expecting to create a lot of new problems. This is not what America is supposed to be about.
Submitted by HPI on Mon, 08/02/2010 - 00:12
A number of news articles have appeared since BP capped its gushing Deepwater Horizon oil well stating that the Gulf oil pollution has disappeared. Many in the Gulf beg to differ.
Now that BP engineers have managed to place a cap on the company's bleeding well in the Gulf, the sprawling oil slicks seem to have retreated from the water's surface, claimed many media reports this week.
"Where is all the oil?" an AFP headline asked. Time magazine ran a piece suggesting that the environmental impact of the spill has been "exaggerated." The New York Times ran a story that said the "Gulf oil spill is vanishing fast." And this very news organization ran a story suggesting that oil-gobbling microbes are eating up a lot the oil.
Submitted by HPI on Sun, 08/01/2010 - 00:56
We Will Not Be Silenced 2008 Documentary website
Submitted by Guest on Sat, 07/31/2010 - 17:27
July 2, 2010
Keali'i Reichel says in an interview at Democrat Neil Abercrombie's birthday event that he supports him for Hawaii governor. The guests were treated to a couple of songs by the outstanding performer.
Submitted by Guest on Sat, 07/31/2010 - 02:08
Says Gerald Celente
7/2/10 Alex Jones Show
Part 1 of 2
Part 2 of 2
Submitted by HPI on Sat, 07/31/2010 - 01:59
Says Paul Craig Roberts
Friday, July 30, 2010
Part 1 of 3
Part 2 of 3
Part 3 of 3
Submitted by HPI on Sat, 07/31/2010 - 01:24
Mr. Roberts was the Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Treasury during the Ronald Reagan administration, becoming known as “the father of Reaganomics.” He is a former associate editor of the Wall Street Journal and a syndicated columnist for creators.com. A Republican, he has gone public in his criticism of the Republican Bush administration and now, the Democratic Obama administration.
The White House is screaming like a stuck pig. WikiLeaks’ release of the Afghan War Documents “puts the lives of our soldiers and our coalition partners at risk.”
What nonsense. Obama’s war puts the lives of American soldiers at risk, and the craven puppet state behavior of “our partners” in serving as US mercenaries is what puts their troops at risk.
Keep in mind that it was someone in the US military that leaked the documents to WikiLeaks. This means that there is a spark of rebellion within the Empire itself.
Read more . . . [LewRockwell.com]
Submitted by Guest on Fri, 07/30/2010 - 17:13
Congressman Charles K. Djou gave the following speech from the floor of the U.S. House, calling for greater cooperation and a deeper relationship with the Republic of Korea.
Submitted by Guest on Fri, 07/30/2010 - 17:09
Congressman Charles K. Djou (R - Hawaii District 1) gave the following speech from the floor of the U.S. House today during consideration of the Military Construction and Veterans Affairs and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, expressing his disappointment that his amendment to fully fund (as the President requested) the realignment of forces to Guam was not allowed to be considered by the full House.
Submitted by HPI on Fri, 07/30/2010 - 16:47
Gubernatorial candidates gathered last night at the Waikiki Sheraton for a forum sponsored by the Waikiki Neighborhood Board. Out of the total of 11 candidates running, 7 were in attendance. Republican candidate Duke Aiona, the present lieutenant governor, did not attend.
Mass media attention focused on the two "leading" candidates, former Congressman Neil Abercrombie (D), and former Honolulu Mayor Mufi Hannemann.
No news yet on whether or not a full-length video will be made available on-line.
Hawaii 2010 Candidates [HPI]
Abercrombie, Hannemann, push their platforms at a Waikiki forum [Hawaii News Now]
Fun on Oahu
Th, Oct 30-Su, Nov 9, 2014, Hawaii Intl Film Festival, at Dole Cannery & other Oahu locations. Details & film listings
F, Nov 7, 2014, 6-9pm & Sa, Nov 8, 2014, 6-9pm, Talk Story Festival at McCoy Pavilion, Ala Moana Park, HNL. Free. F-Spookies; Sa-Epic: Pele & Hi'iaka. Schedule, Details. Rescheduled from mid-Oct because of Tropical Storm Ana.
Aaron Russo on Council on Foreign Relations (#1 choice)
America: From Freedom to Fascism (#2 choice)
Codex Alimentarius (food control)
Control Room (Al Jazeera)
Corporation, The (corporate dominance)
Creature from Jekyll Island (how the Fed was born)
Economic Hit Man (countries lose to U.S.)
Energy Non Crisis (oil)
Fabled Enemies (9/11)
Fiat Empire (paper money system)
Fires of Faith (fight for Bible)
Friedman on Hayek (govt economic policies)
Hacking Democracy (voter fraud)
Hidden Agenda for World Government, The (tax-exempt foundations)
Iraq for Sale (war profiteering)
Kill the Messenger (9/11 security lapses)
Life & Debt Debt spiral of 3rd world countries
Money as Debt (monetary system)
Money Masters, The (U.S. & world monetary system)
Monsanto: Controlling Our Food (Frankenstein food)
Nation's Deathbed, The (U.S. merger with Canada & Mexico)
Orwell Rolls in Grave (mainstream media distortions & omissions)
Sweet Misery (aspartame)
Terrorstorm (attacks with falsified origins)
TrueWorldHistory.info (documentary collection)
Truth Game, The (nuke propaganda)
US Govt & Media Bias toward Israel (AIPAC influence)
USS Liberty (Israel attacks U.S. ship)
Zeitgeist (Orwellian America)