Tuesday miscellany

America Is Being Systematically Transformed Into A Totalitarian Society : “If someone were to ask you for an example of a “totalitarian society”, how would you respond? Most Americans would probably think of horribly repressive regimes such as the Soviet Union, Nazi Germany, Communist China, East Germany or North Korea, but the truth is that there is one society that has far more rules and regulations than any of those societies ever dreamed of having.”

Planned Parenthood’s New Annual Report : We Did 333,964 Abortions; 1 Every 94 Seconds : “Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s latest annual report for 2011-2012 says that its affiliated clinics performed 333,964 abortions in fiscal 2011. That works out to an average of one abortion every 94 seconds.”

Faith on the Hill: The Religious Composition of the 113th Congress : “The new, 113th Congress includes the first Buddhist to serve in the Senate, the first Hindu to serve in either chamber and the first member of Congress to describe her religion as “none,” continuing a gradual increase in religious diversity that mirrors trends in the country as a whole.”

Dems look for up to $1T in new revenues : “Democrats say they want to raise as much as $1 trillion in new revenues through tax reform later this year to balance Republican demands to slash mandatory spending.”

Bloomberg advising White House on gun legislation : “New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg confirmed that his office has been advising Vice President Joe Biden as the White House considers new gun control legislation.”

Armed task force to patrol streets : “Police chief says citizens could be subject to ID checks.”

Barack Hussein Obama Ruler / Dictator for Life : H.J.Res. 15: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to repeal the twenty-second article of amendment, thereby removing the limitation on the number of terms an individual may serve as President.”

Chuck Baldwin: My Line In The Sand Is Drawn Here!: “If Barack Obama and his gaggle of gun grabbers have their way, the American citizenry will have all of their firearms taken away. If their current attempt to outlaw semi-automatic rifles is successful, does anyone think it will stop there? Don’t be naïve! The goal of people like Barack Obama, Dianne Feinstein, Charles Schumer, et al., has always been total gun confiscation.”

WSJ: Who Pays More Tax in 2013? : “The most immediate change affects nearly all workers: Congress allowed a two-percentage-point cut for the employee portion of the Social Security tax to expire. As a result, each will owe up to $2,425 more in payroll tax this year than in 2012.”

Welfare Spending Reaches Nearly $1 Trillion a Year : “In 2011, the total cost of federal and state means-tested welfare programs was $927 billion, an all-time high. That includes over 80 federal programs but does not include spending on Social Security or Medicare. The amount is 16 times higher than it was in 1964 when the government began the “War on Poverty.”

Your tax bill: 107 days of work to pay off : “NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — More than three months of your hard-earned wages are going straight to your tax bill this year.”

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  1. axelsteve says:

    More good news for the commies.More bad news for us.Keep busy!

  2. PGCPrepper says:

    For my local newspaper; no need for FOIA. Please let the criminals know I own this and others. http://us.glock.com/products/model/g19gen4

  3. PGCPrepper says:

    From my twitter to @PiersMorgan. > I don’t own a gun because of a love affair w/guns; I have one ’cause our society has gone over the moral cliff. #TCOT http://www.ajc.com/news/news/local/south-fulton-woman-shot-during-home-invasion/nTmkM/

    Deluded much? Chicago has gun control!

  4. riverrider says:

    the gun grab was enough but toss in pelosi the cryptkeeper wanting MORE tax money and the deluded zombie wanting to abolish term limits for his emperorship, proves they have lost touch with any shred of sanity, if they ever had any. a young(tea party) rep on sunday morning tv said it best: “they are drunk on power.” a beetles song comes to mind…”talk’n ’bout a rev o lution….” of course i prefer “if i had a rocket launcher” 🙂

    • SurvivorDan says:

      river’s correct.
      All of us should own at least one rocket launcher.
      Ya know, for……………………aliens and such.

  5. There was a comment on FOX News yesterday, that Obama said to Boehner that “We don’t have a spending problem. I wish you’d quit saying that.” (or words to that effect).

  6. worrisome says:

    Hey guys? Don’t know anything at all about this reporting agency but saw this and since it is food for thought, decided to share it….http://www.investigativeproject.org/3869/egyptian-magazine-muslim-brotherhood-infiltrates

    • Texanadian says:

      Emerson, the founder was interviewed this morning on Bill Benett’s Morning in America. It is a legitmate site.

      I carry a gun because a cop is too heavy.

  7. I shudder at the thought of this country under continual rule by the reelected one. However, HJ 15 is a rehash by Rep. Jose Serrano (D-NY15). He has proposed this bill almost every Congressional year since 1997 (under Clinton and Bush), so it can’t just be the current one he’s trying to make king. You can find all of Serrano’s bill introductions on Thomas.

  8. While I do believe that abortion is murder, there is a certain draw to it. I mean, really, let’s let the liberals have all the abortions they want. It just means one less idiot to deal with in this world.

    • riverrider says:

      i’m with you. how many new recruits to the free sh!t army got “terminated” ?

    • nobodyssister says:

      Not to mention, the aborted babies don’t have to grow up in a world where Obama is president. They are the lucky ones.

    • With liberals can we make the abortions retroactive?

    • I wholeheartedly disagree. What if there was one more Einstein, Tesla, George Washington, Patrick Henry, or an army of next generation of Americans willing to defy their parents and embrace their country and the Constitution.

  9. Does anyone know anything about this product.

    Stabilized Oxygen/Oxy Drops
    Water sterilization for short and long term safety.

    Adding a few drops to water kills all pathogen & protects from bacteria/algae growth for up to 5 years

    Seems like it may be a better option than adding bleach to the water. The site has 4oz for $15

    • wicked props says:

      I read alot about oxy drops. I bought some to have in my bob and at home. alot of uses for them.




      As we recall, infection results from anaerobic conditions: gangrene being an example. Actually, there are three classes of bacteria:
      (i) Aerobic i.e. friendly bacteria found in the intestinal tract.
      (ii) Aerobic/ Anaerobic and,
      (iii) Anaerobic.
      All third class bacteria are infectious and disease motivated. With reference to a lab report from Baylor Research Foundation here are a few of the nastier that are killed by Stabilized Oxygen:
      Giardia Lamblia
      Salmonella, Cholera
      Pseudomonas and
      Staphylococcus – to name a few.

      • wicked props says:

        forgot to add this

        “These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.
        This product is not intended to diagnose, cure, prevent or treat any diseases.”
        The above is a Government ORDERED statement.
        It is NOT based in either reality or sanity.
        Just like our Government.

        In a landmark decision on Friday, Jan. 15, 1999, the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled that
        the health claim rules imposed by the FDA unconstitutional and in violation of the Administrative Procedure Act.
        The court instructed the FDA to allow the use of disclaimers on labels rather than to suppress these claims outright.
        The court further held prohibiting nutrient disease relationship claims invalid under the first Amendment to the Constitution.

    • Tactical G-Ma says:

      I have never used it but have read much about the water stabilizer. It is recommended for long term water storage.

    • So using this stuff would be preferalbe over bleach?

  10. Nice about the terribly named ‘Planned Parenthood’… there being nothing planned about it. I get rape and health issues for women but 600 000+ in two years? Right…

    I love how Obama is all up in arms about the Connecticut shootings and crying about the children but is all for the wholesale slaughter of what amounts to the growth rate of what has to be a good few states in two years worth of unborn children. All about the votes for sure…

    Basically if this place goes as far as New York on a whole, me and the family are going to move to a place where at least there is nicer conditions, better spending for the most part and the locals don’t care about what you are up and keep to themselves. Places that come to mind are Northern Australia away from the cities, New Zealand, and even France (rural has hell outside Paris), and many, many locales in Arizona. This is getting crazy.

  11. The Last American says:

    There is an article on “The Modern Survivalist” site which you might want to use. (The guy from Argentina) The original comes from Fox News (a good source) and predicts a coming CIvil War in the U.S. (bad news)

    In response to all that is going on, there is only one answer: Barry was raised to hate the U.S., Capitalism, Christians, the Middle Class, White People, Straight People, and anyone who does not see him as the Messiah.

    It’s really that simple.

    • The Last American says:

      The article is written by a best selling author, Collage Professor, and historian, Dr. Arthur Herman. When someone with Dr.Herman accopmlishments says that we are headed towards a Civil War, a wise person would listen.

    • Another scary thing to ponder ……….look at our old enemy the former Soviet Union , when you do look at the russian peoples way of life under communism and the life of americans in the same time period . Now , look at the Russian Federation currently and how the average Russian now lives , then look at how we are , and where we are going . They are starting to relax while we are becoming totalitarian , they are spending only about 30% of their national budget on the military , while WE are now spending 70% , they are getting more moral while we are getting more degenerate . Whats very wrong with that picture ? We need to wake up !

      • SurvivorDan says:

        THEY don’t want us to wake up; at least not all at once.
        THEY manipulate us so that we are occasionally mollified by political gains or Court rulings that support the conservatives.
        And I mean that the Republican congressmen and senators, or at least their leadership, are complicit in this manipulation as are conservative members of the Supreme Court including that piece of filth – Roberts. Remember shocking Court rulings on eminent domain and ObamaCare. THEY had to blatantly expose THEMSELVES in those cases as THEY had no other choice. How do you explain those rulings otherwise? How do you explain the often timely capitulation by the Right for issues the Left has to win on for THEIR goals?
        We are being played by the Republicrats. We are the useful idiots.

        Bares repeating:

        Sometimes I’m not so sure about the side that purportedly wants to cut spending. THEY spent it pretty well when in power. Later THEY said , “We lost our way…” What was that? Now THEY capitulate so easily after feigning to put up ‘the good fight’.
        Don’t get me wrong, I have far more in common with the Republicans than those Lefty traitorous bastards.
        But I believe, in the long run, THEY all dance to the same tune and we , the people, are f**cked.
        As we are gently eased into socialism/OneWorldGov’t we are assuaged by the vicissitudes of right and left political gain. The back and forth but inevitable gain by the Left is apparent. But then we conservatives are thrown a bone. Pacify, mollify, condition…..and slowly we are weaned to the New World Order. The slow change, the occasional conservative uptick avoids a violent revolution by the Right. Conquest by slow attrition and incremental changes. And meanwhile more and more folks become reliant on the government’s largesse. By the time we’re staring at the absolute reality of America’s totalitarianism there will not be enough of us with the will to fight.

        Of course I am just a simple caveman.
        I don’t really know sh*t. 😉

  12. The giant, gaping hole in Sandy Hook reporting

    Bank of America Freezes Gun Manufacturers Account: Tells them you shouldn’t be Selling Guns!

    Winchester to move Model 70 production to Portugal in 2013
    Apparently it’s more productive to ship the parts to Portugal and then ship the finished rifles back than to assemble them in South Carolina.

    And from the creepy idea section. Facial recognition in your TV, no way that could go wrong or be used for privacy invasion. Right? Right?
    Panasonic’s TVs Can Recognize a Face

    • MountainSurvivor says:

      I’ve never liked t.v.’s and I’m not bringing one into my home, not if it can look at me. Next thing we know, the gov will try driving people crazy by transmitting voices or sounds over them.

      • They already have that, they call it news. And an even crueler torture called reality shows….lol.

        • Tactical G-Ma says:

          Is it true that cell phones that are powered up can be remotely turned on?

          • Yes… the govt has the ability to activate your cell camera and mic. I can’t stop them from activating the mic but I can damn sure stop them from seeing with some black tape. 😉

          • worrisome says:

            Any new cell phone, don’t remember the date of mfg, will also be able to gps track without you knowing about it

            • It started with the Feds requiring GPS on phones issued to Fed employees on Fed accounts. A private citizen could simply not activate that feature. (Of course, triangulation could reasonably well pinpoint someone in areas with multiple cell towers.) But then there was the couple who got lost in the wilderness and couldn’t be found after they called for help. Then things changed slowly and as quietly as possible. Let not a tragedy go to waste.

        • lol good one

      • SurvivorDan says:

        ” Next thing we know, the gov will try driving people crazy by transmitting voices or sounds over them.” MountainSurvivor

        They are already doing just that MS, with their mainstream media propaganda and cultural/moral ‘adjustment’ shows. The sheeple are being inexorably guided to social and political insanity.

  13. In reguards to the armed task force on the streets…
    “This fear is what’s given us the reason to do this. Once I have stats and people saying they’re scared, we can do this,” he said. “It allows us to do what we’re fixing to do.”

    That’s bullshit. Plain and simple. I’m glad I don’t live here cause I’d damn sure end up in jail. I have the right to remain silent and you can kiss my ass. I am getting so sick of the powers that be trampling on our rights.

    • Ahhhh crap. This hits closer to home than I originally thought. Guess Im gonna have to avoid that part of the state…. maybe see if our elected officials can give this city the perverbial smack down they deserve.

  14. Uncle Charlie says:

    If the TV is watching you, I believe it’s 1984 all over again. I’m not worried about Obama being elected again. A president who gets 51% of the vote can’t get Constitutional amendments passed.

    If Congress passes some crazy gun laws, that could lead to civil war if they try to enforce before the courts can rule on it. A lot of people could end up shot if they try to take guns. I am certainly not registering any of mine, regardless of what Congress say. We are not required to obey unconstitutional laws.

    The only reason that parts of the Patriot act haven’t been struck down are because there has has to be a “case or controversy” to get it into court and if people disappear, there is no one to file a complaint.

  15. Speaking on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” Tuesday, Retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal, the former commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, said some weapons should be carried only by soldiers, not civilians.

    “I spent a career carrying typically either an M16, and later an M4 carbine,” he said. “And an M4 carbine fires a .223 caliber round, which is 5.56 millimeters, at about 3,000 feet per second. When it hits a human body, the effects are devastating. It’s designed to do that. And that’s what our soldiers ought to carry.”

    The general added, “I personally don’t think there’s any need for that kind of weaponry on the streets and particularly around the schools in America.

    And to think he supposedly took an oath to uphold the constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic. Guess he forgot that part of his life.

    For the full story…. http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/lookout/mcchrystal-says-serious-action-needed-gun-control-174328785.html

  16. livinglife says:

    I found out that all insurance records are public and available if someone knows how to work the system.
    I called and cancelled my policy on firearms, the lady asked why and I told her I sold them before they were confiscated. I heard her typing in my answer.
    One less way for big brother to look in on me.

    • Tactical G-Ma says:

      I was going to add a rider to my homeowners policy, but decided not when each weapon had to be photographed, serial number listed, etc. And that was years ago. Too much personal information is public record and I have nothing to hide but do not feel comfortable with anyone knowing everything I do, say, and own.

    • Good to know. I guess that’s a score for being lazy. Never got around to getting those rider policies. Now I think I wont.

  17. Our kids are cattle in Texas.

    SAN ANTONIO (Reuters) – A public school district in Texas can require students to wear locator chips when they are on school property, a federal judge ruled on Tuesday in a case raising technology-driven privacy concerns among liberal and conservative groups alike.

    U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia said the San Antonio Northside School District had the right to expel sophomore Andrea Hernandez, 15, from a magnet school at Jay High School, because she refused to wear the device, which is required of all students.


    • worrisome says:

      If all parents stood up and fought this there would be nothing a judge could do about it. My children would have been moved to another school, home schooled or I would have left town. Never ever would I allow such a thing. That’s just creepy thinking that someone knows when your child is in a restroom. Or truthfully, my kids chip would be so many places it would be a joke. It would ride around in two or three other kids back packs, the teachers purse, the principals car, etc. But the fact that only one set of parents stood up for their kid is horrendous!

      • Make you wonder what this country is really coming too. IMO it aint pretty. Too many candy asses.

    • Teenagers are pretty good about getting around rules from parents and stupid judges. Maybe we can learn something from them.

  18. Professor won’t back down from Newtown massacre conspiracy theory


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