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Oklahoma and Kentucky teachers plan to walk out in what could be huge rallies

Posted by M. C. on April 2, 2018

If these teachers are as concerned with students as they say, maybe they should consider bailing on government schools and going private.

Oklahoma and Kentucky teachers are walking off the job Monday and holding rallies in their state capitols to pressure lawmakers.

Inspired by the West Virginia strike in which teachers demanded and got a pay raise from state leaders, a wave of other states, including Oklahoma, Kentucky and Arizona, are taking similar action.
Educators are organizing and publicly pressuring state lawmakers over issues such as education funding, teacher salaries and pension reform.
Teachers in Oklahoma are rallying for more education funding and salaries, and those in Kentucky will be marching over a controversial pension bill and the state budget.

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There Are Two Kinds of Nullification, Three If You Count Marriage

Posted by M. C. on October 2, 2012

One is the kind exemplified by the Tenth Amendment Foundation. The idea being the federal government can pass laws only in affairs that are interstate. One recent example of this is where a gun manufacturer who only sells intrastate rightly claims he is not subject to BATF oversight. The tenth amendment has been overlooked for so long that any mention brings instant disdain. “Nonsense! We have always had the power” say those with the power.

The second is jury nullification. Read the rest of this entry »

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Associated Press Says Coal Use Down-Leaves Out Part About Obama Vow

Posted by M. C. on June 17, 2012

The AP story in today’s Erie Times tells us how electric companies are changing from coal to natural gas. The obedient lamestream AP has in its usual manner left out half the story. There is the Obama vow to crush the that somehow was not mentioned.

Then there are the EPA regs that are forcing mines to shut down. And the hold(up) on issuing dig permits.

Unfortunately the natural gas alternative the administration is pushing will rely on fracking. A technology I am not sure bodes well for ground water. But no worries. The central planners know what is best, more than the energy companies, more than the marketplace and of course more than you or me.

Be seeing you

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The Prisoner-The Chimes of Big Ben

Posted by M. C. on May 19, 2012

The General to No. 6-“Does it matter which side you are on?  It is like looking in a mirror.”

Broadcast in 1967.

Bush, Clinton, Bush, Obama, Romney.

Spend, war, oil.

Empire, control, bigger government.

New, World, Order

Lies, Lies, Lies

Same, same, same

Be seeing you

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Want to Know How Much You Spend at the Liquor Store? How Fast did you Drive to Get There? Ask Uncle Sam

Posted by M. C. 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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Why Does The Department Of Homeland Security Need 450 Million Hollow Point Bullets?

Posted by M. C. on April 1, 2012

Somebody out there has decided that the Department of Homeland Security needs a whole lot of ammunition. 

I don’t think it is to “serve and protect”.

Be seeing you

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Ménage à Trois-The North American Union, Martial Law and NWO

Posted by M. C. on March 31, 2012

I have been considering a new focused blog.  There is alot out there to be concerned about.  I may have a NWO/UN theme but the North American Union is interesting. alerts us to what he feels is the precursor to martial law.

April 2nd marks the North American Leaders Summit.

On April 2, 2012, President Obama will host Prime Minister Stephen Harper of Canada and President Felipe Calderon of Mexico for the North American Leaders’ Summit (NALS) in Washington, DC. This meeting will build on wide-ranging and ongoing cooperation among the United States, Canada, and Mexico with a particular focus on economic growth and competitiveness, citizen security, energy, and climate change. The leaders will also discuss North America’s role in the Americas in anticipation of the Summit of the Americas in Cartagena, Colombia later in April, as well as other global economic, political, and security issues. (http:/
Gary North says: Note these words: citizen security, energy, and climate change. Allow me to translate: police state, rationing, and regulation. Read the rest of this entry »

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Maxine Waters Tells Us What We Already Know

Posted by M. C. on March 24, 2012

def: gaffe 1. When one accidentally says what one really thinks.


This is the liberal bottom line.  The Communist Party of the US did not field a candidate last election and endorsed Obama.  No doubt dear Maxine would get the same support.  You won’t hear about this video on CBS, CNN or NPR.

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Nine Things That Happen When You Film Police Encounters

Posted by M. C. on March 18, 2012

I recently posted that recording police in PA is a crime and referenced the statute.

Eric Peters of emailed and said he feels these laws were put in place for the protection of citizens and all arrests pertaining this issue (in and beyond PA) have been dismissed.  Well maybe so but I feel we are still taking a chance.  Never-the-less Austin White lists 9 positive things here that happen when we create a visual record of what the boys in blue do.

Gary North thinks video is a good idea also.

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The Prisoner-Reality TV before it’s Time

Posted by M. C. on March 11, 2012

When I was a lad, there was a late 60’s British TV show on Sundays that my dad and I liked called “The Prisoner”. The premise revolved around a murky government type, presumably a spy, played by Patrick McGoohan that resigns on principle. This unnamed man is taken to “The Village” and assigned Number Six. Read the rest of this entry »

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