My Thoughts: March 2007

Thursday, March 29, 2007

Government Torture of US Citizens!

While I am going to be switching blog-hosts soon, I wanted to get this out!

As my friend-who has had to flee this country to stay alive-said in the message she included in this e-mail..."We're Screwed."





Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Look at these War pictures...if you dare.

These photos were taken of Lebanese-mostly civilian-casualties from Israeli bombings. They are sickening.

It is so very easy to distance one's self from the horror, when it is but air-space/time on some news-station.

Seeing the face of the Monster is quite a different experience, altogether.

Definitely NOT for the feint of heart!


Wednesday, March 21, 2007

1st Amendment Rights

I wrote an article a ways back about the WTC collapses and the very likely use of SCALAR technology to bring them down in the fashion in which they fell, and I have been trying to make additions and revisions to the post. The stupid blogspot won't let me, so I am outta here for the day. I am sick and tired of being censured. Sick and TIRED!
It never ends...


America the Beautiful...

This is a very well-written article. The last segment made me so homesick for my youth.
It wasn't perfect, no, but it was good.


Tuesday, March 13, 2007

More of BushCo's Stealth Attacks.

Making Martial Law Easier

The New York Times Editorial
Monday 19 February 2007

A disturbing recent phenomenon in Washington is that laws that strike to the heart of American democracy have been passed in the dead of night. So it was with a provision quietly tucked into the enormous defense budget bill at the Bush administration's behest that makes it easier for a president to override local control of law enforcement and declare martial law.

The provision, signed into law in October, weakens two obscure but important bulwarks of liberty. One is the doctrine that bars military forces, including a federalized National Guard, from engaging in law enforcement. Called posse comitatus, it was enshrined in law after the Civil War to preserve the line between civil government and the military. The other is the Insurrection Act of 1807, which provides the major exemptions to posse comitatus. It essentially limits a president's use of the military in law enforcement to putting down lawlessness, insurrection and rebellion, where a state is violating federal law or depriving people of constitutional rights.

The newly enacted provisions upset this careful balance. They shift the focus from making sure that federal laws are enforced to restoring public order. Beyond cases of actual insurrection, the president may now use military troops as a domestic police force in response to a natural disaster, a disease outbreak, terrorist attack or to any "other condition."

Changes of this magnitude should be made only after a thorough public airing. But these new presidential powers were slipped into the law without hearings or public debate. The president made no mention of the changes when he signed the measure, and neither the White House nor Congress consulted in advance with the nation's governors.

There is a bipartisan bill, introduced by Senators Patrick Leahy, Democrat of Vermont, and Christopher Bond, Republican of Missouri, and backed unanimously by the nation's governors, that would repeal the stealthy revisions. Congress should pass it. If changes of this kind are proposed in the future, they must get a full and open debate.

**This is the reason why I am so opposed to this regime. They do whatever they want; whenever they want. And we have NO say in the process!

If we are to truly have a Republic-as it was originally established-then this kind of thing has to stop! And stop now!



Saturday, March 10, 2007

I KNEW IT!!!!!!

HR comment: This is Doug Thompson the way he should write and did, before some people apparently put a gun to his head, and made him 'an offer he could not refuse'.

The caveat concerns 'Capitol Hill Blues' new owners and under Thompson's name published items among other things about 9/11. - Url.:

Immediately hundreds of readers of Thompson's 9/11 item published in 'The Rant' reacted with unbelief that he could have written this. My advice was and is in those cases to discreetly investigate and not immediately to blame the writers/victims but see if help is needed.

What under Thompson's name appeared was indeed like a low brow stencil from the Pentagon's and PNAC's 'Lie Factory' where the 9/11 myth is kept alive and most war propaganda for the Group is made.*

The article below, see link above by the way, also fits the picture of Bush getting an 'accident' - and all the blame - soon.

*Thompson earlier wrote about how he and other journalists were hunted and intimidated in what he called "Bush's all out war on the press" - Url.: (SEE ABOVE LINK)

(C&P from CLG. They allow the free distribution of their material, for informational purposes.)


**See also my post on this subject at:

The "American Mayor" in a NEW light!

This is an article from the IAFF in New York City, banning former NY Mayor Rudy Giuliani from speaking at their Campaign Meeting due to his egregious actions toward Firefighters and their "brothers" on and after 9/11.

More proof that these people care nothing for America!

One thing I will say-it gladdens my heart to see my fellow Americans waking up, finally!!!

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