A knock on the door interrupts Tom from his football game. His wife and two kids are out shopping, so who could it be? Answering the door, an official envelope is provided to him from the United States Government. ‘What could this be’? He wondered, as the game goes into another commercial.
Opening the envelope, he is greeted with a bill from the government for $43,000 dollars.
Since Obama has come into the office, the debt ceiling has been raised seven times. Those increases from Congress added an additional $43,000 dollars for every individual American household, this last four years. While no “official envelope” is provided, the debt is real.
During his first term, this President blamed Bush, now in his Second term he is blaming Republicans.
Blaming them about economy, “send the economy into a tailspin.”
Blaming them on Obamacare funding, “…just to make sure that tens of millions of Americans continue not to have health care…they’re holding the whole country hostage.”
Those are only a couple of examples of the rhetoric on display at the Auto plant today in Liberty Missouri.
Obama noted 40 times that the Republican majority has voted to repeal Obamacare, calling the attempts a failure.
There is no question: Military and tattoos go together naturally like blood and guts. Yet, a new Army rule may ban tattoos.
The new rule was approved by Secretary of the Army John McHugh, but not yet signed. The order would ban tattoos from the forearms, below the knee, or above the neckline. Tattoos deemed offensive must be removed regardless of location, and the soldier is required to pay for the removal.
What is considered to be offensive? Watching R.Lee Ermey playing the role as Gunnery Sargent Hartmann in Full Metal Jacket, I cannot imagine what could be offensive. Yet, the Army has found some tattoos distasteful.
GMO (Genetically Modified Organism) is as controversial as smoking cigarettes. States such as California attempted to require labeling, but was defeated due to heavy money backers from Monsanto, Grocery Manufactures Association, and Dupont.
Pitched Battle Against GMO Seeds
Recently the battle to label GMO’s moved to Washington, and was again defeated. Now the battle has moved to Oregon, as initiative 522. The initiative succeeded in the urban Puget Sound region, but failed in rural counties. The failure was due to the same group, Grocery Manufactures Association, Monsanto and Dupont helping push a $22 million campaign against labeling
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The perception of Congress acquiring incentives from some companies or special groups, while providing inside votes is nothing new. However, what if the special interest is a particular very wealthy family, namely the Rothschild family?
It has been reported John Mccain may have been ”accepting improper contributions” from the Rothschild family during a recent trip to London.
During John Mccain’s March visit in the United Kingdom, Lord Rothschild and Nathaniel Rothschild hosted a fundraising luncheon at London’s Spencer house. The luncheon called for lounge suites, and the cost was $1000 to $2,300 per ticket. Inquires have been made from Tom Fitton, Judicial Watch president. “The question is whether or not the Rothschilds paid for the event, the venue, the catering, or any other related costs,”
The Rothschild family is an empire with a net worth around $300- $400 billion range. This is only an estimate, since a true account cannot be ascertained due to the complications of how much their involvement is.
There is a very concerning scenario in play. Having the gang of eight with the traitor Majority Leader, Harry Reid, piece-mealing a comprehensive immigration bill in the back room looks to become a possible reality.
The so-called gang of eight consists of eight Senators, four Republicans and four Democrats, working on the immigration overhaul. On the right, we have Marc Rubio (FL), Jeff Flake (Az), John Mccain (Az), and Lindsey Graham (SC). On the left you have Dick Durbin (IL), Robert Menendez (NJ), Chuck Schumer (NY), and Michael Bennet (CO).
Their proposed immigration legislation is a 1200-page mammoth, providing the Senators only 72 hours to read before the votes begin. Sounds familiar to the famous “pass it to know what’s in it” Nancy Pelosi mentality. This mammoth law is not believed to pass as is.