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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 08-22-2015

Thanks FSB
I threaten to run off to North
several dozen times this year
but Nancy has been so happy feeding critters and growing flowers
but soon

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 08-22-2015
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Quote:(Brett Ardens)  Don’t be surprised if stock markets stabilize or bounce back in the next couple of days. Markets are due at least a short-term rally after this week’s dramatic plunge. This usually happens after a sell-off, no matter what the next big move is going to be. It doesn’t mean anything.

But anyone who automatically assumes this is another easy “buying opportunity” is talking nonsense.

For the past couple of years, Wall Street’s perma-bulls have had it their way. They’ve been gloating openly as stocks went up and up and up, seemingly without pause.

It got to the point that those warning about valuations and danger signs had been mocked into silence — or were simply ignored.

Not now.

I don’t mean to be alarmist or to induce panic, but someone needs to tell the public that there is a plausible scenario in which the U.S. stock market now collapses by another 70% until the Dow Jones Industrial Average falls to about 5,000. The index tumbled more than 3% to 16,460 on Friday
Dow 5,000? Really?

For 30 years, stock prices have been increasingly boosted by financial factors: collapsing interest rates and Federal Reserve manipulation, culminating most recently in ‘quantitative easing.’

I’m not predicting that will happen, but contrary to what the bulls tell you, it cannot be completely ruled out.
And even if that ranks as an outlier and a worst-case scenario, there are other, more likely scenarios where the Dow falls to somewhere between 10,000 and 12,000.

In other words, although this might be a buying opportunity, a serious reading of history suggests this week’s sell-off might also be the beginning.

Let me say on the record that I am not joining the perma-bears or extreme doom-mongers. I am simply pointing out that the perma-bulls have taken their own arguments way too far. The stock market is not doomed to collapse to oblivion, as some hysterics keep claiming. But it is not certain to keep going up by 10% a year, either. All those claiming that every sell-off is a buying opportunity, and that stocks “always outperform,” are lying to you.

Such a scenario can’t be completely ruled out
A true understanding of stock market history shows that Wall Street in the past has moved in long, long swings upwards and downwards, often taking years or even a generation or two. There is a great deal of evidence suggesting that the upward move that began in 1982 is one of them — and that the downward move that first began in 2000 has not ended.

As stock market historian Russell Napier points out in his book “Anatomy of the Bear,” on five occasions in the past 100 years — in 1921, 1932, 1949, 1974 and 1982 — those big downward moves have not ended until share valuations have fallen to just 30% of the replacement cost of company assets. That’s using a powerful, if little-known, economic metric known as Tobin’s q.

And, to cut to the chase, if Wall Street stocks followed the same path today that would take the Dow down to about 5,000, and the S&P 500 Index all the way down to around 600. (The S&P 500 slumped more than 3% to 1,971 on Friday.)

The “q” is a valuation that they don’t even mention in the training manuals for the official “financial planner” and financial-analyst exams. Your money manager has probably never heard of it. Or, if he has, he probably ranks it with astrology and the mystic rantings of Nostradamus.

But the “q” happens to have by far the most successful long-term track record of any stock market indicator.
It’s been better than the price-to-earnings ratio or quarterly earnings forecasts or economic growth rates or long-term interest rates or Federal Reserve minutes.

Independent analysts — such as professor Stephen Wright at London University and Andrew Smithers at Smithers & Co., a financial consultancy in London — have tracked it back over 100 years.

And in the past there has been no better guide for the long-term investor. It’s been even better than the cyclically adjusted price-to-earnings measure, also known as the “Shiller PE” after Yale finance professor Robert Shiller (which also, incidentally, suggests U.S. stocks could plunge a long way from here).

The “q” looks at the net asset values of public companies and adjusts them for inflation. It makes some intuitive sense. Why would Widget Inc. be valued at $1 billion on the stock market if you could start the company from scratch for a lot less?
Right now, according to data from the U.S. Federal Reserve, the reading on the “q” is about 100%. (It was 106% at the last reading, on March 1, but since then the S&P 500 has fallen by about 6%.)

Since World War II, the average “q” reading has been about 70%. So if Wall Street tumbled just to its modern average valuation, that would take the Dow Jones Industrial Average down to about 12,000.

If we just look at the period 1949 to 1994 — in other words, before the gigantic, off-the-charts boom of the late 1990s — the historic average “q” reading for stocks was 57%. If the market falls to those levels, that would take the Dow to about 9,500.
And if the market fell to its historic bear market lows, namely 30% or so, that would mean a Dow of about 5,000.

Why might such a scenario happen? It’s not just about China, or Greece, or slowing earnings, or the “death cross” on Apple’s stock. It would be because, for the past 30 years, Wall Street stock prices have been increasingly boosted by financial factors: collapsing interest rates and Federal Reserve manipulation, culminating most recently in “quantitative easing.” But at some point, that game has to come to an end. When it does, it is possible — not certain, but possible — that valuation metrics could unwind all the way back down again.

Past performance, as they say on Wall Street, is no guarantee of future results. And that means there is absolutely no guarantee that share prices in the future will follow a similar path to the one seen in 1921, 1932, 1949, 1974 or 1982. I would consider that to be very much the outer range of possibilities.

The real reason to be worried right now isn’t that these scenarios are guaranteed or even likely. It’s that 99% of the people managing America’s money, probably including yours, assume that they are completely impossible. And no, they aren’t. Have you factored that into your plans?

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 08-22-2015
Fineman: Rand Paul Flames Out, Admits ‘I Have 1 in 10 Chance to Be President’

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 08-22-2015
Friday’s Other Big Number: Obama Plays 248th Round Of Golf As Market Tanks

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 08-23-2015
Quote:Washington (CNN)Vice President Joe Biden met privately with Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Saturday in his residence at the Naval Observatory, CNN has learned, another sign he is seriously deciding whether to jump into the Democratic presidential race.

The meeting between Biden and Warren, confirmed by two people familiar with the session, is the biggest indication yet that Biden is feeling out influential Democrats before announcing his intentions.

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"Morning Joe" Panelist Says Hillary's Orange Jumpsuit Looks Like It Belongs To Chairman Mao
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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 08-23-2015

As a Canuck I try to stay out of american politics.

So not being political I can at least lampoon with satire.

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Not a Safeway to shop for a preturbed psychotic president.

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I hope you have enough Self defense as you can muster because these types seem to cluster after a filibuster.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 08-23-2015

and it appears as Hillary's Tech Company did
More evidence, questions arise about existence of second, private Clinton email server

Quote:The tens of thousands of emails on Hillary Clinton’s private server from when she was secretary of state could also be on a second device or server, according to news reports.

The FBI now has the only confirmed private server, as part of a Justice Department probe to determine whether it sent of received classified information for Clinton when she was the country’s top diplomat from 2009 to 2013.

Platte River Networks, which managed Clinton's server and private email network after she left the State Department, has indicated it transfer – or “transferred” – emails from the original server in 2013, according to The Washington Examiner.

However, Clinton, the front-running Democratic presidential candidate, has suggested that she gave the department 55,000 pages of official emails and deleted roughly 30,000 personal ones in January, which raises the possibility they were culled from a second device.

Neither a Clinton spokesman nor an attorney for the Colorado-based Platte River Networks returned an Examiner’s request for comment, the news–gathering agency reported Saturday.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 08-23-2015
Quote:(Maura Corrigan)  The nation’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly food stamps) experienced mixed results in 2014. Participation and average benefit amounts fell slightly from the previous year, but the program remains much larger than it was a decade ago, despite an improving economy. And far too few working-age adults receiving SNAP are in fact working, even years into the recovery. The program may appear to be on the right track—but it is far from perfect and traveling much too slowly.
First, some background: SNAP provides food assistance to low-income individuals and households, with the goal of preventing hunger and malnutrition. These benefits are transferred to a recipient’s Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card once per month and can be used in most grocery stores and establishments that sell unprepared food. With some exceptions, only households making 130 percent of the federal poverty level or less are eligible.
In 2014, participation fell to 46.5 million from 47.6 million people the year before. The average monthly payment for all SNAP households fell to $257 in FY 2014, from $275 in FY 2013. Households with children typically receive more (around $400 per month), while elderly recipients receive less (just over $100). These numbers are moving in the right direction, but not fast enough.
One out of seven Americans received SNAP benefits in 2014, and the program cost $74.1 billion—the second largest means-tested welfare program. Participation remains twice as high as it was a decade ago (24 million in 2004), even as the unemployment rate has dropped in recent years.

Participation demographics have also changed substantially. A slight majority of recipients are now non-elderly adults; before the 2008 recession, 55 percent of SNAP households consisted of children and the elderly. Additionally, the number of nonworking, nondisabled, working-age recipients has risen rapidly. Some of this change is due to the waiving of work requirements for able-bodied working-age adults without dependents during the recession.

As a former state human services director who administered more than 70 federal means-tested welfare programs, I believe that one track is especially important for reforming welfare programs. Our nation’s simple three-word mantra should be “Better Off Working.” Social safety-net programs, including SNAP, should expect and encourage work—and the dignity and responsibility that accompany it—from those who are able to do so.
The Agricultural Act of 2014 (the “farm bill”) provided for a 10-state pilot that allows states to experiment with work requirements. This is a promising development, but more needs to be done.
Rather than promoting self-sufficiency, SNAP’s predominant track record over the past decade has been to add participants to its rolls. Also, its eligibility definitions are in many cases vague, allowing it to deny fraud, waste, and abuse in the program, despite the reports of such behavior from citizens and caseworkers. Also, SNAP is administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, but it is not an agriculture program and is too often divorced from anti-poverty programs run by the Department of Health and Human Services. Moving forward, these issues need to be addressed more directly.
Many of the benefit increases and eligibility expansions in SNAP associated with the recession seem to have peaked and are on their way down. Participation in SNAP is falling as the economic prospects of Americans improve, yet participation rates and program spending are projected to remain near historically high levels into the foreseeable future (and labor force participation remains worrisomely low). The question now is whether SNAP will be effectively reformed to promote work, the most effective anti-hunger and anti-poverty solution available.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 08-24-2015


Quote:As a Canuck I try to stay out of american politics. <---- Capitalize that A ...  Naughty

As a Canuck you get to play  Teetertotter  ... good guy ... bad guy ... both having fun with American politics

Hey, every day is rip Hillary a new asshole day.

Sinkhole Hillary is still doing much better than Bonehead Bush.
I observed the Republican propaganda Fox News TV network show O'Reilly and the spins on the candidates.
I figured that is where I would get the latest Republican mumbo jumbo and jive time.

Rubio was tense, on the edge of college kid nervous, not eloquent with confidence in his voice.
Rubio was boring and dry, almost boyish.
Rubio will never be the candidate, he will have to align with someone else.

Chris Christie is a hopeless cad, and just there to fill network time with dead candidate opinions.

They showed a flimsy image of Bush supposedly talking tough, 
which was worse than the last two clowns.

Weasel Walker was shown to have conveniently changed position on immigration,
to don't bother to ask anymore until they build a fence.

Then a quick dash to Cruz as a neutral position camdidate with Trump.

They didn't even mention Rand Paul.

And then,
the barrage of nonstop continuous Trumping, to include the latest interview by Judge Jeanine Pirro.

I sat there through the endless O'Reilly nonsense totally on the verge of melting into the armchair in boredom,
until they got Trump started talking,
and he just keeps talking, and heads keep flying, and amusing to ridiculous promises get made,
and the public loves it. 

Instant Hi  Entertainment 

That is when I actually finally smiled and laughed while watching the entire show.

The rest of the shit heads are all too entirely boring and stale and in general useless hacks.
They are just simply second hand politicians all so obviously full of their own lies,
and the few others that have already ruined their own chances anyways at this point,
such that everybody can see that Trump is simply a giant step up compared to the rest, 
simply by being himself and pointing at the all other clowns as they buffoon about in the race.

It all comes down to who is the best clown to run the country controlling the media radar. 

Being disgusted with Fox News Ridiculoso O'Reilly in general,
and all their fucking commercials,
and all the bore you to death candidate coverage {aside from Trump}
I ran into this surprise.


Check out the editorial by Ann Coulter,
it is lengthy but speckled with interesting comments.

Anchor babies ... and such history

Ann Coulter: Fox stupidity and the 14th Amendment

Quote:Based on the hysterical flailing at Donald Trump — 
He’s a buffoon! 
He’s a clown! 
He calls people names! 
He’s too conservative! 
He’s not conservative enough! 
He won’t give details! 
His details won’t work! — 
I gather certain Republicans are determined to drive him from the race.

These same Republicans never object to other candidates who lack traditional presidential resumes — 
Carly Fiorina, Ben Carson, Newt Gingrich and Herman Cain, to name a few. 
I’m beginning to suspect it’s all about Trump’s opposition to mass immigration from the Third World.

Amid the hysteria, 
Trump is the only one speaking clearly and logically, 
while his detractors keep making utter asses of themselves.

By my count — so far — Fiorina, Chris Christie, Rick Perry 
and the entire Fox News commentariat 
are unfamiliar with a period of the nation’s history known as “the Civil War.” 

They seem to believe that the post-Civil War amendments 
were designed to ensure that the children of illegal aliens would be citizens, 
“anchor babies,” 
who can then bring in the whole family. (You wouldn’t want to break up families, would you?)
How could anyone — even a not-very-bright person — 

imagine that granting citizenship to the children of illegal aliens is actually in our Constitution?

“Luckily,” as FNC’s Shannon Bream put it Monday night, 
Fox had an “expert” to explain the details: 
Judge Andrew Napolitano Whip Fox’s senior judicial analyst.

Napolitano at least got the century right. 
He mentioned the Civil War — 
and then went on to inform Bream that the purpose of the 14th Amendment was to — I quote — 
“make certain that the former slaves 
and the native Americans 
would be recognized as American citizens no matter what kind of prejudice there might be against them.”

The only reason the 14th Amendment doesn’t just come out and say “black people” is that — 
despite our Constitution being the product of vicious racists, 
who were dedicated to promoting white privilege and keeping down the black man — 
the Constitution never, ever mentions race.

As ridiculous as it was to grant citizenship to the children born to legal immigrants 
under the 14th Amendment (which was about what again? That’s right: slaves freed by the Civil War), 
that’s a whole order of business different from allowing illegal aliens to sneak across the border, 
drop a baby and say, Ha-ha! You didn’t catch me! My kid’s a citizen — 
while Americans curse impotently under their breath.

Forget the intricate jurisprudential dispute between Fox News blowhards 
and the most-cited federal judge. 
How about basic common sense? 
Citizenship in our nation is not a game of Red Rover with the Border Patrol! 

The Constitution does not say otherwise.
Our history and our Constitution are being perverted for the sole purpose 
of dumping immigrants on the country to take American jobs.

So far, only Donald Trump is defending black history on the issue of the 14th Amendment. 

Fox News is using black people Whip
as a false flag Whip
to keep cheap Third World labor flowing.



RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 08-24-2015

Quote:I observed the Republican propaganda Fox News TV network show O'Reilly and the spins on the candidates.
I can only watch "Bill" for less than once a week for a few minutes
Hannity some nights
depends on what's on at the time
most shows are so contrive at times it's sicken
but some of the "guest's" and New stories had been interesting lately
but this is certainly Not
the type News Topics we got from the Evening News outlets in the 60's (ABC,NBC&CBS or CNN the first few years on air)
watching the Stock market going south at the moment with morning coffee

Good post V

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 08-24-2015
Carly Fiorina Takes Chuck Todd Behind The Woodshed After He Uses Climate Change To Talk About California's Drought
Fiorina: Clinton 'absolutely' lied about 'Benghazi, her emails, her server'

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 08-24-2015

Ultimately last Friday's, and today's financial news, may play right into the hands of Trump's, and possibly Carly's presidential bids. (VP?)
With the DOW's point drops totaling a thousand points, people may be saying HUMMM? Successful business people in the White House? Adding to a strong hand at just the right time.
Iran and mishandled Emails may slip a tiny bit lower on the radar screen if we begin to slid into another great depression as was seen in the '30s, and like it or not, the parasitic levels of society may need a strong hand if entitlements need to be reduced. The promise of a strong hand by a plain speaker may become irresistible. Actually it already is. How much more is needed?
People (Trump) willing to stand up now and say they have the answers, and are willing to enforce them in the social, international, and financial spectrum, may find their grip on the spotlight unbreakable.
The perils and comparison to 1930s Germany are becoming rather uncomfortable!
Things are rolling on irrepressibly.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 08-25-2015

Quote:People (Trump) willing to stand up now and say they have the answers, and are willing to enforce them in the social, international, and financial spectrum, may find their grip on the spotlight unbreakable.

The perils and comparison to 1930s Germany are becoming rather uncomfortable!
Sooo what you think that Trump ad
showing Waffen SS troops under a US flag
WASN'T due to the careless of an employee?

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 08-25-2015

The Raping of America: Mile Markers on the Road to Fascism
By John W. Whitehead
August 24, 2015

Quote:“Freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor; it must be demanded by the oppressed.”—Martin Luther King Jr.
There’s an ill will blowing across the country. The economy is tanking. The people are directionless, and politics provides no answer. And like former regimes, the militarized police have stepped up to provide a façade of law and order manifested by an overt violence against the citizenry.

Despite the revelations of the past several years, nothing has changed to push back against the American police state. Our freedoms—especially the Fourth Amendment—continue to be choked out by a prevailing view among government bureaucrats that they have the right to search, seize, strip, scan, spy on, probe, pat down, taser, and arrest any individual at any time and for the slightest provocation.

Despite the recent outrage and protests, nothing has changed to restore us to our rightful role as having dominion over our bodies, our lives and our property, especially when it comes to interactions with the government.

Forced cavity searches, forced colonoscopies, forced blood draws, forced breath-alcohol tests, forced DNA extractions, forced eye scans, forced inclusion in biometric databases—these are just a few ways in which Americans continue to be reminded that we have no control over what happens to our bodies during an encounter with government officials. Thus far, the courts have done little to preserve our Fourth Amendment rights, let alone what shreds of bodily integrity remain to us.

Indeed, on a daily basis, Americans are being forced to relinquish the most intimate details of who we are—our biological makeup, our genetic blueprints, and our biometrics (facial characteristics and structure, fingerprints, iris scans, etc.)—in order to clear the nearly insurmountable hurdle that increasingly defines life in the United States.
In other words, we are all guilty until proven innocent.

Worst of all, it seems as if nothing will change as long as the American people remain distracted by politics, divided by their own prejudices, and brainwashed into believing that the Constitution still reigns supreme as the law of the land, when in fact, we have almost completed the shift into fascism.

In other words, despite our occasional bursts of outrage over abusive police practices, sporadic calls for government reform, and periodic bouts of awareness that all is not what it seems, the police state continues to march steadily onward.
Such is life in America today that individuals are being threatened with arrest and carted off to jail for the least hint of noncompliance, homes are being raided by police under the slightest pretext, and roadside police stops have devolved into government-sanctioned exercises in humiliation and degradation with a complete disregard for privacy and human dignity.
Consider, for example, what happened to Charnesia Corley after allegedly being pulled over by Texas police for “rolling” through a stop sign. Claiming they smelled marijuana, police handcuffed Corley, placed her in the back of the police cruiser, and then searched her car for almost an hour. They found nothing in the car.
As the Houston Chronicle reported:
Quote:Returning to his car where Corley was held, the deputy again said he smelled marijuana and called in a female deputy to conduct a cavity search. When the female deputy arrived, she told Corley to pull her pants down, but Corley protested because she was cuffed and had no underwear on. The deputy ordered Corley to bend over, pulled down her pants and began to search her. Then…Corley stood up and protested, so the deputy threw her to the ground and restrained her while another female was called in to assist. When backup arrived, each deputy held one of Corley’s legs apart to conduct the probe.

As shocking and disturbing as it seems, Corley’s roadside cavity search is becoming par for the course in an age in which police are taught to have no respect for the citizenry’s bodily integrity.

For instance, 38-year-old Angel Dobbs and her 24-year-old niece, Ashley, were pulled over by a Texas state trooper on July 13, 2012, allegedly for flicking cigarette butts out of the car window. Insisting that he smelled marijuana, he proceeded to interrogate them and search the car. Despite the fact that both women denied smoking or possessing any marijuana, the police officer then called in a female trooper, who carried out a roadside cavity search, sticking her fingers into the older woman’s anus and vagina, then performing the same procedure on the younger woman, wearing the same pair of gloves. No marijuana was found.
David Eckert was forced to undergo an anal cavity search, three enemas, and a colonoscopy after allegedly failing to yield to a stop sign at a Wal-Mart parking lot. Cops justified the searches on the grounds that they suspected Eckert was carrying drugs because his “posture [was] erect” and “he kept his legs together.” No drugs were found.

Leila Tarantino was subjected to two roadside strip searches in plain view of passing traffic during a routine traffic stop, while her two children—ages 1 and 4—waited inside her car. During the second strip search, presumably in an effort to ferret out drugs, a female officer “forcibly removed” a tampon from Tarantino. Nothing illegal was found. Nevertheless, such searches have been sanctioned by the courts, especially if accompanied by a search warrant (which is easily procured), as justified in the government’s pursuit of drugs and weapons.

Meanwhile, four Milwaukee police officers were charged with carrying out rectal searches of suspects on the street and in police district stations over the course of several years. One of the officers was accused of conducting searches of men’s anal and scrotal areas, often inserting his fingers into their rectums and leaving some of his victims with bleeding rectums. Halfway across the country, the city of Oakland, California, agreed to pay $4.6 million to 39 men who had their pants pulled down by police on city streets between 2002 and 2009.

It’s gotten so bad that you don’t even have to be suspected of possessing drugs to be subjected to a strip search.
In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Florence v. Burlison, any person who is arrested and processed at a jail house, regardless of the severity of his or her offense (i.e., they can be guilty of nothing more than a minor traffic offense), can be subjected to a strip search by police or jail officials without reasonable suspicion that the arrestee is carrying a weapon or contraband.

Examples of minor infractions which have resulted in strip searches include: individuals arrested for driving with a noisy muffler, driving with an inoperable headlight, failing to use a turn signal, riding a bicycle without an audible bell, making an improper left turn, engaging in an antiwar demonstration (the individual searched was a nun, a Sister of Divine Providence for 50 years). Police have also carried out strip searches for passing a bad check, dog leash violations, filing a false police report, failing to produce a driver’s license after making an illegal left turn, having outstanding parking tickets, and public intoxication. A failure to pay child support can also result in a strip search.

It must be remembered that the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was intended to prevent government agents from searching an individual’s person or property without a warrant and probable cause (evidence that some kind of criminal activity was afoot). While the literal purpose of the amendment is to protect our property and our bodies from unwarranted government intrusion, the moral intention behind it is to protect our human dignity.

Unfortunately, the indignities being heaped upon us by the architects and agents of the American police state—whether or not we’ve done anything wrong—don’t end with roadside strip searches. They’re just a foretaste of what is to come.

As I make clear in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People, the government doesn’t need to strip you naked by the side of the road in order to render you helpless. It has other methods, less subtle perhaps but equally humiliating, devastating and mind-altering, of stripping you of your independence, robbing you of your dignity, and undermining your rights.
With every court ruling that allows the government to operate above the rule of law, every piece of legislation that limits our freedoms, and every act of government wrongdoing that goes unpunished, we’re slowly being conditioned to a society in which we have little real control over our lives. As Rod Serling, creator of the Twilight Zone and an insightful commentator on human nature, once observed, “We’re developing a new citizenry. One that will be very selective about cereals and automobiles, but won’t be able to think.”

Indeed, not only are we developing a new citizenry incapable of thinking for themselves, we’re also instilling in them a complete and utter reliance on the government and its corporate partners to do everything for them—tell them what to eat, what to wear, how to think, what to believe, how long to sleep, who to vote for, whom to associate with, and on and on.

In this way, we have created a welfare state, a nanny state, a police state, a surveillance state, an electronic concentration camp—call it what you will, the meaning is the same: in our quest for less personal responsibility, a greater sense of security, and no burdensome obligations to each other or to future generations, we have created a society in which we have no true freedom.
Government surveillance, police abuse, SWAT team raids, economic instability, asset forfeiture schemes, pork barrel legislation, militarized police, drones, endless wars, private prisons, involuntary detentions, biometrics databases, free speech zones, etc.: these are mile markers on the road to a fascist state where citizens are treated like cattle, to be branded and eventually led to the slaughterhouse.

If there is any hope to be found it will be found in local, grassroots activism. In the words of Martin Luther King Jr., it’s time for “militant nonviolent resistance.”

First, however, Americans must break free of the apathy-inducing turpor of politics, entertainment spectacles and manufactured news. Only once we are free of the chains that bind us—or to be more exact, the chains that “blind” us—can we become actively aware of the injustices taking place around us and demand freedom of our oppressors.\
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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 08-25-2015
Quote:Trump catches attention of CFR, Bilderberg, Trilateral
Aug24 by Jon Rappoport
Trump catches attention of CFR, Bilderberg, Trilateral
by Jon Rappoport
August 24, 2015
(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.)
The powerful Globalist players at the Council on Foreign Relations, the Bilderberg Group, and the Trilateral Commission are certainly watching the presidential campaign of Donald Trump.
Trump has already made statements about immigration they find troubling. They may or may not be taking Trump’s presidential run seriously. They may or may not view him as an inconsequential blowhard, a shoot-from-the-hip cowboy who forgets today what he said yesterday—but today the New York Times has made reference to Trump in a way that will make these Globalist heavy hitters pause and blink while drinking their morning coffee (Here in “As Stock Market Plunges, Donald Trump Takes a Worldview” by Alan Rappeport):
“Mr. Trump has said that bad trade deals with China and Mexico are to blame for a sluggish American economy and weak job creation. He has promised to make ‘great’ deals with other countries to protect American workers and has threatened to raise taxes on imports to the United States to bolster domestic production.”
It’s the last part that rings alarm bells and shoots firecrackers into the sky:
“[Trump] has threatened to raise taxes on imports to the United States to bolster domestic production.”
Taxes on imports. Also known as tariffs.
Every significant trade-treaty negotiated since 1945 has been aimed at lowering or eliminating tariffs, in order to establish Globalist “free trade.”
Treaties like GATT, NAFTA, CAFTA, for example; as well as the current TPP and its cousins.
Free trade is code for: mega-corporations and banks can roam the planet and set up shop anywhere they please. They can bankroll and build production facilities, produce cheap goods, and sell them anywhere in the world without paying tariffs.
Tariffs would make that whole operation useless. It would defeat mega-corporate greed and ambition internationally.
“We’ve got these factories making gizmos in East Nowhere, we’re paying workers four cents an hour, we’ve got no environmental/health regs and rules that would raise production costs, there are no worker unions, and we’ve therefore got a big edge on our smaller competitors, because we can ship these gizmos anywhere in the world and sell them cheaper than they can, and all of this is possible because we pay no tariffs. If there were stiff tariffs, we’d have to shut down the whole scene, pack our bags, and leave…”
Globalism, at one level, is all about erasing tariffs.
Whether in a momentary fit, or by serious intent, Trump has crossed swords with the Globalists.
President Nixon tried that for a few moments in the early 1970s, and betrayed his main sponsor, David Rockefeller. Nixon erected a few tariffs to save American-based companies.
Rockefeller was and is Globalism personified.
Soon, Nixon found himself on a helicopter heading away from the White House for the last time.
Trump might want to think about pumping up his security detail.
He’s just stumbled into the Twilight Zone where money makes money for money making money. Trump $$$ is nothing compared with Globalist $$$.
He’s just pulled the pin on a quiescent grenade in the world of mainstream media, where the subject of tariffs is a no-no.
“Reggie, Klaus here. I was just reading the Times this morning. Did you see the reference to Donald Trump? Tariffs? Maybe we should take a second look at this lunatic. If he presses forward with the idea of protecting American businesses, and it catches on, and people figure out what he’s saying…if he figures out what he’s saying…we could have a problem. If all sorts of business people—I don’t mean people like us—but ordinary business people see a chance to come back to life…with tariffs to protect them…Trump’s campaign could take on a new dimension. We’d have to do whatever it takes to stop it…”
Yes, if the American people figure out that the new normal economy, as miserable as it actually is, is linked like a lock and key to the Globalist plan; if the American people figure out that no recent American president, including Obama, had any ambition whatsoever to lift up the American economy; that all these presidents are liars of the first order; something might happen.
Something might change.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 08-26-2015
Quote:Jorge Ramos, the amnesty activist moonlighting as a Univision and Fusion journalist, revealed in June that his daughter is an employee of the Hillary Clinton campaign.

Quote:Ramos was temporarily removed from a press conference being held by Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump in Iowa yesterday.
As Trump called on a reporter, Ramos stood and began shouting questions. Trump asked him to sit down, but instead Ramos continued to interrupt the proceedings. After Ramos was briefly removed from the room, he returned, only to debate Trump for several minutes, instead of asking questions and waiting for answers.
As Real Clear Politics reports, “The two went head to head for five minutes over birthright citizenship, how Trump would build a wall, how he would deport illegal immigrants and more. Trump fought back against Ramos and attempted to get him to acknowledge crime committed by illegal immigrants.”
The revelation certainly casts Ramos’s stunt against Hillary’s chief Republican rival in a new light.

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 08-28-2015


Excellent posts Wook!

Quote:Whether in a momentary fit, or by serious intent, Trump has crossed swords with the Globalists.

I was thinking the same recently.
If Trump actually does appear to be wrapping up the Republican nomination,
he is a major target for assassination.
I envisioned the Bush cabal of ex CIA shadow operatives leading the hit.

that brings us to this:
Ted Cruz, Donald Trump to hold anti-Iran deal rally in D.C.

Quote:Ted Cruz and Donald Trump are teaming up for a joint attack 
on President Barack Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran.

The Texas GOP senator’s campaign announced Thursday 
that he’s invited Trump to join a rally planned at the Capitol soon 
to pressure lawmakers on opposing the nuclear agreement. 
The rally is sponsored by Tea Party Patriots, 
Center for Security Policy, 
and the Zionist Whip Organization of America 

“We’re going to have a tremendous crowd come out,” Trump promised.

meanwhile on Capitol Hill
Report: Boehner happy that White House campaign keeps ‘jackass’ Cruz away

Quote:This isn’t the first time Boehner made fun of Cruz among GOP donors.
At a Midland fundraiser in May, the speaker flipped the bird 
at Texas Republican Party Chairman Tom Mechler 
when asked for his thoughts on Cruz’s presidential bid.

Weasel Walker talks tough without a baseball bat on China

Scott Walker calls on Obama to cancel Rofl Chinese president’s visit

Walker called on President Barack Obama to cancel Chinese President Xi Jinping’s Whip
upcoming visit to Washington.

Quote:GOP presidential candidate Scott Walker renewed his call Wednesday 
for President Barack Obama to cancel an official state visit 70
with the president of China, 
saying the move would not hurt trade with states like Iowa, 
where he was spending the day campaigning, or Wisconsin, where he is governor.

Walker first called for the state visit to be canceled Monday, 
when U.S. stocks tumbled, a reaction, in part, 
to China’s slumping economy Whip 

Walker defended the call on Wednesday 
when asked about possible negative repercussions for agricultural states 
like Iowa and Wisconsin that do billions of dollars of trade with Beijing.

Walker said Obama shouldn’t be offering a state visit to the leader of a country 
behind cyber attacks in the United States.

“If anything, we should be taking them to the woodshed,” Walker said.

He added at a campaign stop in Onawa, Iowa, 
that Americans are more concerned with fighting cyberattacks 
than working with China to combat climate change.
“I’m not intimidated to talk about China,” Walker said.

The tough words come as Walker is trying to show more spark Lol
to energize his presidential campaign. 

They also come after {Weasel} Walker 
had previously praised Chinese President Xi Jinping Rofl
following a trade mission Walker led to China in 2013 
designed to increase Wisconsin exports to the country.

Walker said at the Iowa Agriculture Summit in March that he was honored to have met 
with the Chinese leader along with Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad, 
noting that they were two of the first American elected officials to have such a meeting.

“In one reckless statement on China, 
Scott Walker demonstrated he doesn’t understand Iowa’s agriculture industry, 
trade policy or foreign policy,” 
said Iowa state Rep. Bruce Bearinger, 
a Democrat from Oelwein, Iowa. 
He was referring to Walker’s call to cancel the official visit.
China is Wisconsin’s third-largest export market,  Doh
purchasing $1.5 billion worth of goods in 2014, 
according to Walker’s administration. 
It was Iowa’s fourth-largest market last year at $946 million. 

Walker’s comments came at the beginning of a two-day tour of southwest Iowa.



RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 08-30-2015
IF YOU LIKE YOUR 401(k), YOU CAN KEEP YOUR 401(k): Obama Labor Dept. Sets Stage for Nationalizing Retirement Accounts

By David Mills
Quote:In 2013, in a little-heralded case, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit rejected the Obama Labor Department's attempt to punish voluntary retirement plan service providers. The DOL, under the direction of the controversial, radical leftist Tom Perez, had tried to force providers of 401(k), 403(b), IRA, and related services to adopt a massive new set of regulations known as "fiduciary" responsibilities.

The Seventh Circuit slammed the door shut on Labor and the Supreme Court thereafter declined to hear the appeal, which meant that the Obama administration had lost in the highest court in the land.

Of course for the "most transparent administration ever", that step simply meant that the court's opinion was to be rejected and that Obama would use his infamous pen to rule by executive fiat. After all, the ends justify the means, correct?

On August 24th, Perez and the Labor Department confirmed they are moving forward with new regulations that would repudiate the court's opinion. Even Obama's SEC Commissioner issued an ominous warning that the Labor Department's new regulations would unleash havoc and create "a mess."

Furthermore, financial services experts have cautioned that the new rule is "too complicated to [actually] put into practice."
Quote:Earlier this month, the Labor Department held public hearings to discuss the input and concerns they have received from industry groups and other stakeholders that will be impacted by the department's proposal to expand the definition of “fiduciary” under ERISA … In the debate over the DOL's proposal — which, as written, [will] create a vast and costly new regulatory regime for independent firms and advisers across the country
Barack Obama and Tom Perez don't care about all of that. They're on a mission to seize your retirement funds:

Quote:Labor Department officials are determined to produce a new standard of fiduciary duty for anyone giving retirement investment advice, once they process concerns raised in thousands of comment letters and four days of hearings on their proposal.

Like Obamacare, the idea is to drive small- and mid-size service providers out of the retirement business by ensuring that the costs of complying with regulations are unaffordable. And, to ensure a Republican president can't easily unwind the Rube Goldberg machinery, the Labor Department has also promised an impossible eight month implementation timeline. Most providers believe it will take three years to follow all of the byzantine rules and regulations.

Their intent, in my view, is to force a consolidation of the retirement service industry, just as Obamacare drove mergers and acquisitions in the health care business, leaving only gigantic corporations in its wake. These companies have become intertwined and dependent upon legislators and lobbyists in Washington. They can't make a move without the permission of the federal leviathan.

Many Democrats are open about the true goal of Obamacare: to end up with a single-payer health care system, modeled after the National Health Service in the U.K. You know, the system that was reported to have killed 120,000 seniors in 2012 alone.

The Obama administration has its sights set on an incredible amount of your money. By some estimates, Americans are holding well over $10 trillion in private retirement accounts.

For a country with debt that is clearly "unsustainable" (source: the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office), flashing that kind of figure to a Democrat politician is akin to showing a kilo of heroin to a desperate junkie.

One of the first steps the Obama administration took to signal its direction was to unveil its wildly unsuccessful "MyRA" program. This takes participants' funds and invests them in "ultra-safe", government-issued debt.

You can be sure that the future of the retirement services business will be to extend "fiduciary" responsibilities to require advisors to leverage federal debt instruments in their clients' portfolios.

This is called "financial repression", and it is the hallmark of a government on its way to bankruptcy. Essentially, a failing government forces investors to purchase its debt because it knows damn well that the instruments will ultimately never be repaid.

Argentina and other failed countries have embarked upon this strategy prior to a full-blown currency collapse.

You can be sure that the real goal of the Obama administration is to nationalize your retirement account and to invest it in debt that will become increasingly unsellable in the open market.

If you want to maintain control of your retirement funds, I'd recommend contacting your member of Congress today. Urge them to defund the Department of Labor until this rule is nuked from orbit.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 09-01-2015


Scott Weasel Walker
This fucking idiot is toast.

A sinking ship ... faster than even Rand Paul can say "a starving pig in a blanket" to his own polling problems ...

Quote:Walker came under fire Monday after saying Sunday 
that talk of building a wall along the U.S. border with Canada 
was a "legitimate" discussion.


Quote:Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul replied Monday 
"That's a pretty dumb idea," 
and Mike Murphy, who's running Jeb Bush's Right to Rise super PAC, 
tweeted that the comment showed Walker is "not ready."

This is the second time in recent days that Walker has struggled with an issue. 
Two weeks ago, Walker shuffled between three answers on "birthright citizenship" 
before saying he would oppose ending it.

now Glen Beck is joining the Trump - Cruz anti Iran deal


Meanwhile Rubio languishes in Nowhere Land

Marco Rubio is now the Nowhere Man
Donald Trump Vs. Marco Rubio On China And Japan: Why Trump Is The Better Man 

Quote:Marco Rubio is writing about 
“approaching Beijing on the basis of strength and example, 
not weakness and appeasement. …
Beijing’s protectionist economic and trade policies increasingly endanger 
America’s financial well-being. 
China is also a rising threat to U.S. national security.”

Let us be clear: 
Both Trump and Rubio are both exaggerating and distorting reality. 
But between the two, 
what Rubio believes and advocates reveals a degree of:
ignorance Whip
irrationality Whip
paranoia Whip
 and bellicosity Whip
that would, if he became president Nonono
(or, much more likely, vice president) <-----
be dangerous and potentially disastrous for the United States.

Between the two, Trump would be a vastly more effective and successful leader 

in relations with China. 
We can expect that the same would apply to Japan.

The above article goes on to talk about US military treaty obligations to South Korea and Japan,
that trump has talked about being non beneficial to the US.
It compares Rubio and Trump political positiins on this:
worth the read!

Marco Rubio is The Nowhere Man
about to step into a black hole

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Rubio is unconvincing. 

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-01-2015
Quote:North Dakota students may or may not learn about the first 100 years of America’s history.
Important topics like the Declaration of Independence, the Revolutionary War and the framing of the U.S. Constitution may simply be ignored by teachers under new history standards approved by the state’s board of education last Monday, the Argus Leader reports.
Current standards do not allow history teachers to delve into topics before the Civil War, so the new standards open up the door but don’t require teachers to cover early American history, as many would have preferred. The recently adopted history standards are set to take effect in 2016-17 school year and whittle the current standards from 117 pages to 44.
“Our current history standards do not even give an option as to whether it’s comprehensive or modern,” board president Don Kirkegaard told the news site. “It’s strictly modern.”
The board decision concludes a yearlong public hearing process plagued by parental protests over the history question as well as opposition to Common Core social studies and science standards

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-03-2015
Quote:Hacker says he will sell Hillary's deleted emails for $500,000
By Rick Moran
RadarOnline is reporting that a hacker is offering 32,000 oif Hillary Clinton's deleted emails for $500,000. As proof, the hacker is showing subject lines that appear to be legitimate.
“Hillary or someone from her camp erased the outbox containing her emails, but forgot to erase the emails that were in her sent box,” an insider reveals to Radar of the Presidential contender’s latest nightmare.

Quote:Radar has learned that some of the topics discussed in the email appear to include everything from Benghazi to the Algerian hostage crisis — with subject lines such as:
“H Libya security latest. Sid” (with attachment)
“H FYI, best analysis so far of hearing Sid,’ about the latest security
in Libya”
“H Algeria latest French Intel on Algeria hostage Sid”
“H Latest French Intel in Algeria hostage Sid” (with attachment)
“H Latest Libya intel internal govt discussions high level” (with
“H HIGHLY IMPORTANT! Comprehensive Intel Report on (with attachment)”

Warns the insider, “If these emails get out to the public domain, not only is Hillary finished as a potential Presidential nominee, she could put our country’s national security at risk.
I am unconvinced. Anyone who reads a newspaper could have come up with those headers. It's also highly unlikely that Clinton would have entrusted the deletion of her emails to an amatuer who wouldn't have known to scrub everything.
This brings to mind that old MASH TV episode where the gang was looking to buy a gift for Col. Potter's anniversary and visited an itinerant junk salesman who tried to sell them Hitler's pencil box. It's probably a hoax - but if it were true, it would be the story of the century.

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-03-2015
Ex-Hillary Clinton Staffer Who Set Up Email Server Plans to Plead the Fifth

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-04-2015

FBI Working to Determine if Hillary Clinton’s Email Server Was Hacked

Bernie Sanders Will Leave Democratic Presidential Race To Run As Independent, Says Ed Klein

Several of Sanders' top campaign officials told Klein "the 73-year-old leftwing firebrand is convinced the fix is in to give the Democrat nomination to Hillary - unless she implodes, at which point the party will line up lockstep behind Biden."


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 09-04-2015

Sanders, Biden, Clinton, I wonder if the Dems are at all worried? The Iron Maiden is on her way out. 9436
If Bernie splits the party.....or even if he doesn't.....curtains! Doh

All that remains for Trump to do is pick a running mate.

Latino, or woman Hmm2

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-04-2015
Gloom, Despair & Agony...

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-05-2015

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Quote:Hillary Clinton’s politically appointed State Department information technology manager had no national security experience and may have enjoyed a 55 percent pay hike after Clinton departed as secretary of state in February 2013, according to a Daily Caller News Foundation investigation.

Bryan Pagliano joined Clinton in 2009 as a top-level IT strategist and adviser. He previously was IT director of Clinton’s unsuccessful campaign for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination. The White House personnel office must approve political appointees before they are hired.

Pagliano was hired as a GS-15 even though he had no national security experience or security clearance. He was paid $140,000 annually at the outset but that was reduced to $136,000 in 2011 and 2012, according to the Asbury Park Press, which posts federal compensation data.

In addition to his government salary, Pagliano also received compensation directly from the Clinton family, but did not list it on his annual financial disclosure forms, according to the Washington Post.

Read more:

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-06-2015

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L Ron Gardner

Just in case some of you young whippersnappers (& some older ones) didn’t know this. It’s easy to check out, if y...ou don’t believe it. Be sure and show it to your family and friends. They need a little history lesson on what’s what and it doesn’t matter whether you are Democrat or Republican. Facts are Facts.
Social Security Cards up until the 1980s expressly stated the number and card were not to be used for identification purposes.
Since nearly everyone in the United States now has a number, it became convenient to use it anyway and the NOT FOR IDENTIFICATION message was removed.
Franklin Roosevelt, a Democrat, introduced the Social Security (FICA) Program. His promises are in black, with updates in red.
1.) That participation in the Program would be Completely voluntary [No longer voluntary],
2.) That the participants would only have to pay 1% of the first $1,400 of their annual Incomes into the Program [Now 7.65% on the first $90,000, and 15% on the first $90,000 if you’re self-employed],
3.) That the money the participants elected to put into the Program would be deductible from their income for tax purposes each year [No longer tax deductible],
4.) That the money the participants put into the independent ‘Trust Fund’ rather than into the general operating fund, and therefore, would only be used to fund the Social Security Retirement Program, and no other Government program [Under Johnson the money was moved to the General Fund and Spent], and
5.) That the annuity payments to the retirees would never be taxed as income [Under Clinton & Gore up to 85% of your Social Security can be Taxed].
Since many of us have paid into FICA for years and are now receiving a Social Security check every month — and then finding that we are getting taxed on 85% of the money we paid to the Federal government to ‘put away’ — you may be interested in the following:
Q: Which Political Party took Social Security from the independent ‘Trust Fund’ and put it into the general fund so that Congress could spend it?
A: It was Lyndon Johnson and the democratically controlled House and Senate.
Q: Which Political Party eliminated the income tax deduction for Social Security (FICA) withholding?
A: The Democratic Party.
Q: Which Political Party started taxing Social Security annuities?
A: The Democratic Party, with Al Gore casting the ‘tie-breaking’ deciding vote as President of the Senate, while he was Vice President of the US
Q: Which Political Party decided to start giving annuity payments to immigrants?
A: That’s right! Jimmy Carter and the Democratic Party. Immigrants moved into this country, and at age 65, began to receive Social Security payments! The Democratic Party gave these payments to them, even though they never paid a dime into it!
Now, after violating the original contract (FICA), the Democrats turn around and tell you that the Republicans want to take your Social Security away!
And the worst part about it is uninformed citizens believe it! If enough people receive this, maybe a seed of awareness will be planted and maybe changes will evolve. Maybe not, though. Some Democrats are awfully sure of what isn’t so — but it’s worth a try. How many people can YOU send this to?
Actions speak louder than bumper stickers.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-07-2015
Hillary Worship

Assimilated Sheep Assimilated

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-07-2015
Quote:Longtime NBC newsman Tom Brokaw says he was “stunned” by Hillary Clinton’s latest response to questions about her home-brew email system.

“She’s made some huge mistakes, in my judgement,” Brokaw said during an interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday.
He was responding to Clinton’s interview with Andrea Mitchell earlier this week in which the former secretary of state said she “didn’t really stop and think what kind of email system will there be” when she took office in Jan. 2009.

“When she said ‘I didn’t think about the effect of email,’ I was stunned,” Brokaw said, adding that “we were deep into the digital age at that point.”

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 09-07-2015

Quote:Bernie Sanders Surges Past Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush Implodes in New 2016 Poll

Bernie Sanders has moved past Hillary Clinton for the first time in the 2016 presidential campaign, jumping ahead of the former Secretary of State by nine points in New Hampshire. In a new NBC News/Wall Street journal poll, Sanders sits at 49 percent vs. Clinton’s 38 percent; the poll showed many voters cited Clinton’s personal email use as a problem for them.

As the Vermont Senator surges, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush — once thought to be the shoo-in candidate for the Republicans — fell to 6 percent support in an Iowa poll, 23 points behind frontrunner Donald Trump. The real estate mogul drew 29 percent support while Dr. Ben Carson came in second at 22 percent.

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