” Why what is happening in Connecticut matters to any American who values what our founders and forefathers fought for, as has every soldier since.
A State Government (CT) seeks to physically take our guns and 1st and 2nd amendments from its own citizens without any Constitutionality. Know that YOU ARE NOT ALONE, America is with you!
Our so called movement leaders feel safe to talk the tough talk and regale on the tumult of the times we live….. but will you stand firmly and speak straight when it is time to back up the claims we make, most won’t, will You?
Will you stand your ground knowing your outcome is grim and most likely fatal? Would you fight knowing you will fall, never seeing the glory for which you fought (but you will have peace, are we already fighting in spiritual chains)?
Would you give up everything, your life for the idea we call Freedom and Liberty?And not in suicide, but in American Glory! The second amendment is a serious one. People died for this idea to even exist let alone be remembered by us today because they wouldn’t give up their guns when they were told to so. Lexington and Concord are case and point: it wasn’t just one person, an individual…… these were men of purpose who quickly formed up and just went knowing full well that they might die that day with Free Will and God in their heart.
We may be called to serve that duty because they have compelled us to the separation….. Remember your oath! Might you be called to kill for it? What does the BILL OF RIGHTS mean to you?
(Aside) Military men, you know this in spades! You have been there. Educate the people around you, be the leader you swore an oath to be!
“ In questions of power, let no more be heard of confidence in man, but bind him down from mischief by the chains of the Constitution.” — Thomas Jefferson
We can’t be alone in this, we have to come to each other’s aide. An unjust act demands a measured and just response so overwhelming it could turn from conflagration to politics to melee and retaliation in the instant it begins. They want you divided to separate you. They will come to your individual houses and take you with a squad knowing we will let it happen in our own neighborhoods and do nothing. We have to let them know that unconstitutional or tyrannical acts will be met with the full force of the second amendment itself! This will get ugly real fast.
It’s not in the news because they (who are they anyway? Fascism, Communism – both Socialism and Marxism) know what happens if you WAKE A SLEEPING GIANT! So, they hush it up.
They got really messed up the last time they tried to take us in WW2. With stories like this being squelched, might it be time to dust of your weapons and see if they still work?
Let us see if we can find the hero we have been calling for! He has been within us all along! It is you, and everyone else all around you that have to survive as well. It is us, WE ARE THE SLEEPING GIANT!
Have a response team (of friends, citizens, PATRIOTS) that moves to respond or even your neighborhood to take the long shots (old people can shoot too….. know your neighbors and find their plan and work together, know what they believe and think. Yes, we may become involved in something that has us not lasting long at all, we probably won’t even survive but understand people will see this as one of those times that changed the direction of History itself. By guns, politics or character assassination we will all take extreme hits from all directions but would you take the glory of standing for what you believe WITH YOUR LIFE?!?! To the solitude of chains????Contemplate the mangled bodies of your countrymen, and then say ‘what should be the reward of such sacrifices?’ Bid us and our posterity bow the knee, supplicate the friendship and plough, and sow, and reap, to glut the avarice of the men who have let loose on us the dogs of war to riot in our blood and hunt us from the face of the earth? If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animated contest of freedom, go from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen!” —-Sam Adams
Tyrannical law and Unconstitutional acts are to be met with the ferocity of is natural manure at the foot of the Tree of Liberty! This will not stand! This is virtually uncovered in the big media, even on national television and FOX, this issue is one to unite us to 100 years more of quasi-peace or plunge us into a civil revolutionary war. (Up vs. Down vs. Right vs. Left vs. what is left of Americanism). You have no chance If you do nothing. If what you are doing is not working, do something else! DO ANYTHING ELSE!!!
My prediction – In the end of this stifled circus we will see the authorities back off. This is a tactic to see if we will stand and push back. It they know that we will not, they will start to roll on us hard from here knowing we will fold. We usually do fold, if not in the immediacy, we usually let our guard down eventually. There is such a concept as being “too free”. If they see that we are together and will stand, they will stand down and be in the periphery until they feel they can have another go at us. It’s the way bullies and communism have worked since its beginning.
I think and pray and hope with all my might that these people retract from this treasonous behavior, and when they do, we come after them with everything we can to take them from office by vote or any means necessary because un-American becomes Treason when you they actively, visibly and provably come to enslave you, that’s all they want really. Its simple!
AMERICA LIVES IN MY HEART AND IN MY HANDS!
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” A master chef can think about a combination of two, maybe three ingredients at a time. Watson, the same IBM supercomputer that won Jeopardy in 2011, can crunch through a quintillion. That’s a one and 18 zeroes, as the IBM researchers like to say. But does that make their computer a good cook?”
” For about two years, IBM’s cognitive computing group has been working to apply Watson’s vast processing ability to food. The system analyzed about 35,000 existing recipes and about 1,000 chemical flavor compounds, which allows it to make educated guesses about which ingredient combinations will delight and, just as importantly, surprise. From there, it tries to encourage unconventional combinations — like chocolate, coffee, and garlic — in order to produce dishes that have never been made before.
” Creativity is the crowning achievement of human intelligence,” says Steven Abrams, director of the Watson group. “Can we make a computer be creative?”
Read more about supercomputer cooking
” IT specialists and volunteers from Lviv and Kyiv have provided livestreaming equipment to some of the Ukrainian military bases in Crimea as many journalists have encountered difficulties while trying to report from there.
Their videos can be found on USTREAM:
krymsos04 (Pereval’ne), krymsos08 (Fiolent), krymsos15 (Bel’bek), krymsos16 (Feodosiya), krymsos23 (Yevpatoriya), krymsos42 (Kerch). “
” We are all besieged daily by bad news. It is easy to become depressed about the present state of the nation, but there is some very good news as well.
This is not to say there aren’t legitimate problems and concerns. The last two elections put a President in office that lies all the time. The nation’s economy has been so awful that 100 million Americans are either out of work or have ceased looking for work. Democrat political leaders are actually telling Americans that being unemployed is a good thing because it leaves them free to pursue their hobbies.
The President has been pursuing a campaign to make Americans believe that there is massive income inequality when, in fact, there is relatively little. There has always been a very wealthy class and a very poor one. What there is, however, is a loss of wealth primarily in the Middle Class. As for poverty, America has long provided income mobility to those who wish to study and work hard to improve their status.
What is rarely addressed is the seething power of American entrepreneurship which, at present, is trapped by a largely socialist federal government imposing a mountain of regulations that thwart growth and take money from the private sector that would otherwise be invested in the creation or expansion of business and industry nationwide.
Americans have repeatedly suffered, survived, and overcome financial crises to come back to build the greatest economy in the world. Part of the reason for this are the long established values that Americans of every description embrace.
That is why Wayne Baker’s new book, “United America: The Surprising truth about American values, American identity and the 10 beliefs that a large majority of Americans hold dear” is a welcome review that the author’s extensive research confirms.
The beliefs are:
- Respect for others
- Symbolic patriotism
- Self-Reliance & Individualism
- Equal Opportunity
- Getting ahead
- Pursuit of happiness
- Justice & Fairness
- Critical patriotism “
Division is the tool of tyrants and their lackies in the MSM . Contrary to the endless attempts by our current rulers to foment class warfare we are more united in our core beliefs than the common media memes would have you believe .
” A skydiver that had almost touched ground was involved in a freak accident Saturday morning in Mulberry, Polk County, Florida. A small plane, piloted by an 87-year-old WWII veteran, snagged the man’s parachute and tossed him 75 feet into the air.”
Photo credit AP/Tim Telford
“ According to My Fox Tampa on Saturday, Sharon Trembley, a World War II vet, was “doing touch-and-goes in his private Cessna at the South Lakeland Airport; that’s when a plane touches down briefly then takes off again.”
During Trembley’s third pass, the wings of his plane snagged the skydiver’s parachute, worn by 49-year-old John Frost from Gainesville, cutting some of the chute’s strings and flipping Frost over. Both the skydiver and the plane then crashed to the ground. The men were injured and are being treated for minor injuries.
Photographer Tim Telford was on hand and took a series of 41 pictures that show the scary accident, second by second.”
Read more here
” An East Point man says he shot at the burglars he caught inside his home to protect his kids.
A total of five break-ins have been reported in the past month at the Landmark at Creekside Grand apartments on Redwine Road. Jason Bagley told Channel 2’s Liz Artz he “was hoping to be the guy to stop” the rash of break-ins.
Bagley showed Artz where burglars came in his home while he was asleep upstairs. “Lights off, my wife’s car was gone, someone was definitely watching us — not a good feeling,” Bagley said.
Bagley was home alone with his two daughters, an infant and a 2-year-old. “You can’t replace my kids. All I was thinking about was my kids’ protection,” he said. Bagley said he grabbed his Glock 19 and confronted the crooks.”
” The altercation began when the off-duty officer was working on his vehicle outside of his home. A 39 year old man was walking past with his dog when the dog defecated on the front lawn of the officers home. The two men exchanged words and the man and his dog left the area. However, the man later returned and got into a physical altercation with the off-duty officer.
At a point in the altercation, the 39 year old male pulled the officer’s hooded sweatshirt over the officer’s head while he continued to assault the officer. The officer then drew a pistol and shot the man in the thigh. The shooting victim was taken to Albert Einstein Medical Center where he was treated and released. The officer was taken to Jeanes Hospital for facial lacerations. He was later released.”
” What do you think about a church giving away a gun as a form of outreach to bring new members of the community into the congregation?
Grace Baptist Church wants to bring people in for a Sunday service later this month.”
” It sent out this flyer that says, “Win a free AR-15″ and “…my peace I give unto you…” John 14:27
The church will be giving away what is described as a New York legally-modified gun. At the bottom of the flyer, it says that all applicants will be subjected to a federal background check.
The church is in the district of Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin, who will be speaking at the upcoming event.
“ It’s a legal product. Churches raffle off items all the time. My church has a $10,000 raffle every single year. I mean, I don’t know how it’s a controversy, quite honestly, that law-abiding, church-going citizens of New York that are legal gun owners are taking part in a raffle to raise funds for a church,” said Assemblyman McLaughlin (R – Melrose). “I don’t know why that’s controversial.” “
” If former CIA Director David Petraeus and his ex-deputy Michael Morell are recalled to testify on Benghazi, they can expect hard questions about the mortar attack on the CIA annex which killed two former Navy SEALs.
Republican Mike Rogers, chairman of the powerful House Intelligence Committee, is weighing whether to recall one or both of those officials over their Benghazi congressional testimony.”
” Rogers said the evidence suggests a highly skilled team carried out the mortar strike. Fox News has confirmed five rounds were fired in under a minute, with three hitting the annex roof — a target roughly the size of two convenience stores.
” This was exceptionally good shooting. It was clearly accurate. They adjusted their fire, which is a term a mortar crew might use, so they went a little long and a little short and they fired for effect,” Rogers said. “When you fire for effect and you have three rounds hit exactly where they were intended that ended up taking the lives of our American heroes there, that tells me that they knew exactly what they were doing. So that was either significantly preplanned, or it was a mortar crew that was exceptionally good.”
Spontaneous my a** … Lies , lies and more lies . It took only two ranging shots from these spontaneous amateurs to be able to drop the next three rounds right on the Annex roof ? Sure . And ponder this little fact found near the end of the story :
” While the CIA annex was heavily fortified, its security cameras intact and a drone overhead throughout the attack, there is apparently no video of the mortar strike itself.”
” Leonard Mason Smith did not suffer fools gladly.
His obituary said, “If you wanted to know his cause of death, he would have told you that it was none of your business.”
Smith, who was 86 and a resident of Pine Island, Fla., evidently lived a full and prosperous life, but he was far from famous. He “was a very private man,” the obit said.
And yet, despite his guarded anonymity on Earth, Smith lately has been receiving a small measure of posthumous renown — and one wonders what he would make of it.
Proving that it’s possible to muster power beyond the grave, Smith’s last wish as expressed by his family seems to have influenced a figure of no less stature than former first lady Barbara Bush. In lieu of flowers, mourners were asked to cancel their subscriptions to The New York Times.
The wife of “41″ saw Smith’s Jan. 27 obit and happily obliged.”
Here is the money paragraph of Col Smith’s obituary :
” Leonard Smith hated pointless bureaucracy, thoughtless inefficiency and bad ideas born of good intentions. He loved his wife, admired and respected his children and liked just about every dog he ever met. He will be greatly missed by those he loved and those who loved him. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you cancel your subscription to The New York Times. Leonard Smith would have thought that this obituary was about three paragraphs too long. ”
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Today In The Past
141 BC - Liu Che, posthumously known as Emperor Wu of Han, assumes the throne over the Han Dynasty of China.
590 - Bahram Chobin is crowned as king Barham VI of Persia.
1230 - Bulgarian tsar Ivan Asen II defeats Theodore of Epirus near the village of Klokotnitsa.
1276 - Augsburg becomes an Imperial Free City.
1497 - Nicolaus Copernicus 1st recorded astronomical observation
1500 - Pedro Cabral departs with 13 ships to India
1522 - -16] Martin Luther preaches his Invocavit
1562 - Kissing in public banned in Naples (punishable by death)
1566 - David Rizzio, the private secretary to Mary I of Scotland, is murdered in the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh, Scotland.
1697 - Czar Peter the Great begins tour of West-Europe
1721 - English Chancellor Exchequer John Aislabie confined in London Tower
1741 - English fleet under admiral Ogle begins assault on Cartagena
1765 - After a public campaign by the writer Voltaire, judges in Paris posthumously exonerate Jean Calas of murdering his son. Calas had been tortured and executed in 1762 on the charge, though his son had actually committed suicide.
1776 - Publication of the economics book The Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith.
1798 - Dr George Balfour becomes 1st naval surgeon in the US navy
1841 - US Supreme Court rules Negroes are free (Amistad Incident)
1856 - Sigma Alpha Epsilon is founded in the Johnston Mansion House on the University of Alabama
1861 - Confederate currency authorized-$50, $100, $500, $1,000
1862 - ”Monitor” (Union) & “Merrimack” (Rebel) battle in Hampton Roads
1864 - Ulysses S. Grant is appointed commander of Union Army
1882 - False teeth patented
1889 - Battle at Gallabat (Metema): Mahdi’s beat Abyssinian emperor John IV
1889 - Kansas passes 1st general antitrust law in US
1893 - Congo cannibals killed 1000s of Arabs
1907 - 1st involuntary sterilization law enacted, Indiana
1914 - Henry Colijn appointed as director of Bataafsche Petroleum Co
1914 - US Sen Albert Fall (Teapot Dome) demands “Cubanisation of Mexico”
1918 - Russian Bolshevik Party becomes the Communist Party
1918 - Ukrainian mobs massacre Jews of Seredino Buda
1925 - Pink’s War, the first RAF operation conducted independently of the Army or Navy, begins.
1935 - Adolf Hitler announces the creation of a new air force.
1942 - Construction of the Alaska Highway began
1943 - Greek Jews of Salonika are transported to Nazi extermination camps
1946 - Ted Williams is offered $500,000 to play in Mexican League, he refuses
1947 - US Ladies Figure Skating championship won by Gretchen Merrill
1947 - US Mens Figure Skating championship won by Richard Button
1950 - Willie Sutton robs Manufacturers Bank of $64,000 in NYC
1953 - Josef Stalin buried in Moscow
1954 - 1st local color TV coml WNBT-TV (WNBC-TV) NYC (Castro Decorators)
1959 - 1st known radar contact is made with Venus
1959 - Barbie, the popular girls’ doll, debuted, over 800 million sold
1961 - Sputnik 9 carries Chernushka (dog) into orbit
1962 - US advisors in South-Vietnam join the fight
1964 - Supreme Court issues NY Times vs Sullivan decision, public officials must prove malice to claim libel & recover damages
1966 - Andrew Brimmer becomes 1st black governor of Federal Reserve Board
1967 - Svetlana Allilueva, Stalin’s daughter, defected to the West
1974 - Last Japanese soldier, a guerrilla operating in Philippines, surrenders, 29 years after World War II ended
1975 - Construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System begins.
1976 - 1st female cadets accepted to West Point Military Academy
1977 - Hanafi Moslems invade 3 buildings in Wash DC, siege ended Mar 11th
1977 - Adm Stansfield Turner, USN (Ret), becomes 12th director of CIA replacing acting director Knoche
1979 - Bowie Kuhn orders baseball to give equal access to female reporters
1980 - Flemish/Walloon battles in Belgium, 40 injured
1981 - Dan Rather becomes primary anchorman of CBS-TV News
1983 - Zimbabwe opposition leader Joshua Nkomo flees to Botswana
1985 - Ladies Figure Skating Championship in Tokyo won by Katarina Witt (GDR)
1986 - NASA announces searchers found remains of Challenger astronauts
1987 - Chrysler Corp offered to buy American Motors Corp for $1 billion
1988 - President Reagan presides at unveiling of Knute Rockne stamp
1989 - Eastern Airlines files for bankruptcy
1989 - Roger Kingdom runs world record 60m hurdles indoor (7.36 sec)
1989 - Senate rejects Bush’s nomination of John Tower as Defense Secretary
1989 - Soviet Union officially submits to jurisdiction of the World Court
1990 - Dr Antonia Novello sworn-in as 1st hispanic/female US surgeon general
1994 - IRA launch 1st of 3 mortar attacks on London’s Heathrow Airport
1995 - Mexican peso worth 7.55 pesos to a dollar (record)
2006 - Liquid water is discovered on Enceladus, the sixth largest moon of Saturn.
2007 - The US Justice Department releases an internal audit that found that the Federal Bureau of Investigation had acted illegally in its use of the USA Patriot Act to secretly obtain personal information about US citizens.
2011 - Space Shuttle Discovery makes its final landing after 39 flights.
2012 - Senior members of hacking group Lulz Sec are arrested, including one member of the FBI, in the United States, United Kingdom and Ireland
1213 - Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy, French crusader (d. 1271)
1285 - Emperor Go-Nijō of Japan (d. 1318)
1454 - Amerigo Vespucci, Italian explorer (America)
1564 - David Fabricius, Essens Germany, astronomer (discoved variable star)
1629 - Tsar Alexis I of Russia (d. 1676)
1753 - Jean-Baptiste Kleber, French general (d. 1800)
1791 - George Hayward, US, surgeon, 1st to use ether
1815 - David Davis, Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (d. 1886)
1820 - Samuel Blatchford, Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (d. 1893)
1824 - Leland Stanford, (Gov/Sen)/found Stanford U
1825 - Alexander F. Mozhaiski, Russian aviation pioneer (d. 1890)
1833 - Frederick A. Schroeder, tobacco industrialist and mayor of Brooklyn (d. 1899)
1839 - Felix Huston Robertson, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1928
1856 - Eddie Foy, American singer and dancer (d. 1928)
1877 - Emil Abderhalden, Swiss physiologist/bio-chemist
1887 - Fritz Lenz, German geneticist (d. 1976)
1890 - Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Molotov, Soviet foreign minister (UN)
1892 - Vita Sackville-West, England, novelist,poet (The Land) and gardener
1900 - Howard Aiken, American computing pioneer (d. 1973)
1902 - Edward Durell Stone, US, architect (US Embassy, New Delhi)
1902 - Will Geer, Frankfort Indiana, American actor (Grandpa Walton-The Waltons)
1904 - Paul Klipsch, American engineer, noted for his loudspeaker designs. (d. 2002)
1912 - Alan David Melville, polymath
1918 - Mickey Spillane, [Frank], Brooklyn NY, mystery writer (I the Jury)
1920 - Carl Betz, Pitts, actor (Alex Stone-Donna Reed Show)
1922 - Herbert P Douglas Jr, Pitts, long jumper (Olympic-bronze-1948)
1930 - Ornette Coleman, Fort Worth, Texas, American jazz composer (Downbeat Musician of Year 1966)
1932 - Walter Mercado, Puerto Rican astrologist and actor
1933 - Lloyd Price, Kenner La, singer (Just Because)
1934 - Joyce Van Patten, Queens NY, actress (Good Guys, Don Rickles Show)
1934 - Yuri Gagarin, Russia, cosmonaut, 1st man into space (aboard Vostok 1)
1936 - Mickey Gilley, Ferriday La, country singer (Urban Cowboy)
1937 - Brian Redman, English racing driver
1940 - Raul Julia, PR, actor (Addams Family, Kiss of the Spider Woman)
1941 - Ernesto Miranda, American litigant (d. 1976)
1942 - Bert Campaneris, shortstop (Oakland A’s)
1942 - John Cale, Garnant, Welsh musician, composer and singer-songwriter (Velvet Underground)
1942 - Mark Lindsay, Eugene Or, rock vocalist/sax (Paul Revers & Raiders)
1943 - Trish Van Devere, [Patricia Dressel], Tenafly New Jersey, actress (Changeling)
1943 - Bobby Fischer, US, world chess champion (1972-75)
1945 - Dennis Rader, American serial killer
1948 - Jamie Lyn Bauer, Phoenix Az, actr (Young & Restless, Centerfold Girls)
1948 - Jeffrey Osborne, Providence RI, rock vocalist (On the Wings of Love)
1948 - Jimmy Fadden, Long Beach California, singer (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band)
1950 - Danny Sullivan, Indy-car racer (over 10 wins)
1952 - Iuliana Semenova, USSR, basketball (Olympic-gold-1976)
1954 - Bobby Sands, IRA member (d. 1981)
1955 - Ornella Muti, Rome Italy, actress (Flash Gordon, Most Beautiful Wife)
1955 - Teo Fabi, formula-1 Indy-car racer (rookie of year-1983)
1957 - Faith Daniels, news anchor (CBS-TV)
1957 - Jon Engen, Oslo Norway, US biathelete (Olympics-1994)
1957 - Mona Sahlin, Swedish politician
1959 - Kato [Brian] Kaelin, actor (Beach Fever)/OJ roommate/witness
1960 - Linda Fiorentino, Phila, actress (Jade, Last Seduction, Moderns)
1961 - Camryn Manheim, American actress
1963 - David Pogue, Technology columnist and musician
1964 - Juliette Binoche, Paris France, actress (Unbearable Lightness)
1966 - Brendan Canty, American musician (Fugazi)
1967 - Curt Schreiner, Albany NY, biathelete (Olympics-1994)
1967 - Eric Flaim, Pembroke Mass, short track skater (Olympics-1994)
1970 - Melissa Rathburn-Nealy, US soldier (Iraqi POW)
1971 - Emmanuel Lewis, Bkln NY, actor (Webster)
1979 - Melina Perez, WWE Diva
1984 - Julia Mancuso, American Olympic gold medalist
1986 - Brittany Snow, American actress
1987 - Bow Wow, American rapper and actor
1202 - King Sverre of Norway
1422 - Jan Zelivsky, Hussite priest (b. 1380)
1566 - David Rizzio, Italian secretary of Mary Queen of Scots, murdered by Protestant nobles
1649 - Henry Rich, 1st Earl of Holland, English soldier (executed) (b. 1590)
1688 - Claude Mellan, French engraver/cartoonist/painter, dies at 89
1747 - Jacob Campo Weyerman, S Neth adventurer/painter/writer, dies at 69
1808 - Joseph Bonomi the Elder, architect (b. 1739)
1851 - Hans Christian Oersted, Danish physicist, dies at 73
1895 - Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, Austrian writer (Masochism), dies at 59
1897 - Sondre Norheim, Norwegian skier (b. 1825)
1954 - Eva Ahnert-Rohlfs, German astronomer (b. 1912)
1954 - V. Walfrid Ekman, Swedish oceanographer (b. 1874)
1955 - Matthew A Henson, met Peary on 6/4/1909 at North Pole, dies at 88
1962 - Howard Engstrom, Boston, a designer of Univac computer, dies at 59
1966 - Pablo Birger, Argentine racing driver (b. 1924)
1974 - Earl W Sutherland Jr, US pharmacologist (Nobel 1971), dies at 58
1989 - Robert Mapplethorpe, US photographer, dies at 42
1992 - James Brooks, US mural painter (Flight, La Guardia NY), dies at 85
1992 - Menachem Begin, PM Israel (1977-80, 81-83, Nobel 1979), dies at 85
1993 - Bob Crosby, swing-era bandleader (Bobcats), dies of cancer at 79
1994 - Charles Bukowski, author/poet, dies of leukemia at 73
1994 - Maurice “Moe” Purtill, jazz drummer, dies at 77
1995 - Ian Ballantine, publisher, dies of heart attack at 79
1997 - Notorius B I G, [Biggie Small, Chris Walkin], rapper, shot dead at 24
2005 - Kurt Lotz, German business executive, second postwar CEO of Volkswagen (b. 1912)
2006 - John Profumo, British cabinet minister (b. 1915)
2006 - Geir Ivarsøy, Norwegian programmer, co-founder of Opera Software ASA (b. 1957)
2007 - Brad Delp, American singer (Boston) (b. 1951)
2011 - David Broder, American journalist (b. 1929)
CPAC 2014 – Dr. Ben Carson, Professor Emeritus and Author
Published on Mar 8, 2014
” Benjamin “Ben” Carson, Sr., Neurosurgeon, Professor Emeritus at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, author of “America the Beautiful”, and the 2008 recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President George W. Bush, speaks at CPAC 2014 on March 8, 2014.
Recorded at the American Conservative Union (ACU) Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) 2014, March 6-8, 2014, Washington, D.C.
Follow the ACU and CPAC on Twitter: @CPACnews #CPAC2014.”
CPAC 2014 – Former Governor Sarah Palin
Published on Mar 8, 2014
” Former Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin, 2008 Republican Vice-Presidential nominee, author, television host and commentator, speaks at CPAC 2014 on March 8, 2014.
Recorded at the American Conservative Union (ACU) Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) 2014, March 6-8, 2014, Washington, D.C.
Follow the ACU and CPAC on Twitter: @CPACnews #CPAC2014. “
” Ukrainian armed forces are starting to mobilize for training. Videos are from Lviv and Zhitomir.”
Did Obama Lie His Way To White House & Is His Election
Null & Void ?
” Indeed. It is revealing to compare Charles and David Koch with the owners and managers of the New York Times Company. The Koch brothers employ a growing, highly-paid work force of 60,000 in the United States, around one-third of whom are unionized. Koch Industries enjoys excellent relationships with its unions. The New York Times Company, on the other hand, employs a shrinking, largely ill-paid work force, and is embroiled in a long-running feud with its unions.
Koch Industries and its subsidiaries produce tangible products that enrich the lives of Americans–among other things, Koch transports and refines oil, makes products that are used in construction, and manufactures a wide array of consumer products that are staples in most American homes. The New York Times Company produces nothing but shoddy left-wing journalism that is of questionable benefit to anyone.
Then we have the roles of the two companies in their communities. Koch Industries and its subsidiaries have been recognized countless times for their many contributions to the communities where they operate. It is fair to say that there is no better corporate citizen than Koch. To take just one instance, Koch and its subsidiaries have been honored hundreds of times by the EPA for their environmental stewardship, which is second to none. And, as most people know, Charles and David Koch are two of the world’s most generous philanthropists. David alone has donated well over $1 billion dollars for medical research, the arts, and so on. You can read generally about the Koch Family foundations and philanthropy here.
The New York Times? Not so much.”
Rest the rest . It’s devastating
Published on Mar 8, 2014
” At CPAC, the Conservative Political Action Conference, one thing is apparent: there’s a real youth movement happening. If the enthusiasm of these young people is any indication, our next generation is passionate about the future of our country.”