Posted by Martin C. Fox on June 25, 2014
Darrel Issa is putting the screws to new IRS Commish Koskinen.
Why anyone with any integrity would work for the IRS is a mystery. We will have an IRS integrity level dipstick check very soon. The results should not be a surprise. There will be no effective change. The IRS has the guns and badges to get the goods from the 50% of the population that is relieved of their hard-earned pay. Money talks everywhere but especially in government.
Now we find out that the IRS’ email backup system keeps so much data the IRS can’t find anything. Try telling them that next April.
One thing you can say about this administration and their media lapdogs is that no lie is too big. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on July 6, 2013
Washington knows collapse is coming even if the sheeple and low information types don’t. Indeed, this is what is expected under the Cloward-Pivin strategy developed at Barry Obama’s alma mater Columbia. The ammo purchases, foreign and domestic troop training on public streets and domestic phone snooping is all about beltway survival and control.
The FEMA camps are sprouting up all over the country. Washington says they will be a safe place to go in a disaster…even though the razor wire is mounted to keep people in not out.
The DHS and various other agencies like the IRS are buying billions of rounds of ammo. I thought the army was supposed to protect us from invaders. The hollow points are not destined for invaders.
Canadian and Russian troops are being trained here for domestic riot control.
Martial under Russian troops. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on November 28, 2012
Unless you spend ALL your time on Facebook hopefully you ought to be aware the government is trying to data mine your communications, financial transactions and movements. Newspapers, unions, newspapers, grocery stores (Why No!, We don’t sell club card information, they told us so!), Facebook, they are all watching. When Big Sis asks for information the social networks and phone companies bend over. They all do it but Facebook and especially AT & T are trendsetters.
See here, consider the advice and protect yourself.
I am amazed at the number of people using a credit or debit card at the wine and beer store. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 15, 2012
Why does the IRS need $500M to enforce Obamacare? This is very scary. What is the IRS/Obamacare relationship? The enforcer. Obviously all your private healthcare information is readily available to the IRS. I don’t even want to think about it.
Think about this. Like the above link says, even if we can’t repeal a repulsive law, we can pressure congress not to fund it. That is the secret we aren’t supposed to know. Making it work for us is obviously quite a challenge. That is what blogs, letters to the editor, emails to representatives and angry voices on TV and radio help us to do.
Remember even if your weak kneed, scum bucket of a congressperson regularly votes your Constitutional Rights away (like mine Casey, Toomey and Kelly), they can still veto appropriations. But don’t count on it unless it is a voice vote.
Be seeing you
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 3, 2012
The DHS, the local cops and your insurance company know or can find out quickly enough if they have a reason. Reasons such as writing this blog post or just reading it. They know how much red meat you eat, what movies you see and what part of town you were in last night. Shopping club cards, credit and debit cards and OnStar (it is working 24/7 even if you haven’t paid-cut the wires today). Read the rest of this entry »
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