Holder v. Paul has finally brought 'Battlefield America' into the spotlight.

Eric Holder: Drone strikes ...

Full Spectrum Operations in the Homeland

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I began writing this post three weeks ago, but each time I sat down to write it just kept growing longer. So I decided to break it up into a 5-part series and elaborate a bit more on each (related) topic. Enjoy!

Full Spectrum Operations in the Homeland

A 'Vision' of the Future
The Desperation of a Broke(n) Ruling Class
Civil War?
Yes, They Really Will Shoot

A 'Vision' of the Future
First,please watch this short, 2:40 minute concept trailer.

Old Right conservative giant Robert A. Nisbet, often warned that aggrandizement of war and the military would, ...

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Blogging Politics 4


Just a little round-up of some of the stuff I've been reading.  May be timely, may not ... but it's certainly all interesting!

You unlock this door with the key of imagination, beyond it there is another dimension.  A dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind.  You're moving into a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas, you've just crossed over ... into the Washington Zone.

According to the Beltway's National Chamber of Commerce, Barack Obama, Joe Biden, and Hillary Clinton are more pro-business than Republicans Ron Paul, Jim DeMint, James Inhofe, and John Kyle.

Why?  They were against the Great Wall Street Bailout of 2008, The Motor City Bailout, corporate "renewable energy" welfare, and the creation of a copyright czar.

Y’all like that spaghetti western music? Here is a classic.


1 in 131 billion: the movie

Set to another Ennio Morricone masterpiece.


Architect Paul Murdoch split his giant Crescent of Embrace memorial to Flight 93 into two separate arcs at the top, in effect creating two separate crescents:

Project Valour-IT


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I don't want to get all conspiratorial and everything, but things keep getting stranger.

The DOW dropped below 10,000, even after Washington passed "The Fleecing of American Taxpayers Act".  It's obvious - the markets don't feel the same about the package as Washington does.  I wonder ...
Why would an investor commit capital where if things go wrong, the government will step in and totally wipe them out?

The artificial credit expansion of the Federal Reserve over the past 15 years is reaching it's ultimate conclusion.  The massive technological advancements which have increased productivity, have only masked the run-away inflation we've experienced.  Instead of seeing large reductions in price and a healthier economy, the "money and credit" binge has put us in the position of potential disaster.  As measured by M3 (money supply in banknotes and deposits), the money supply has grown at an annual average rate of 10%.

In the short-run, artificial money expansion appears to be beneficial, but simply increasing the medium of exchange (dollars) does nothing to create real wealth.  First we had the stock market bubble, then the real estate bubble, and since it's quite obvious that the fall isn't over, you have to ask yourself ... what's next?

The federal government seems to be preparing for something. I can't say for sure what it is, but civil unrest is certainly on their minds.

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