A widening perimeter of people are being evacuated now as this explosion increases fear of a potential reactor meltdown. People should study prevailing winds and take appropriate precautions. There is […]
The story goes that Benjamin Franklin was approached by a woman as he left the Constitutional Convention [1. Recorded by Constitution signer James McHenry in his diary which was reprinted […]
By John W. Whitehead 2/14/2011 ________________________________________- The minute the FBI begins making recommendations on what should be done with its information, it becomes a Gestapo.–J. Edgar Hoover The history of the FBI is the history of …
On the Pat Campbell show January 5, 2011 Republican Tulsa Mayor, Dewy Bartlett explained his position on why he believes Tulsa and Oklahoma both need a “Closing Fund.”Mayor Bartlett explains, “One of the things that would help us tremendously …
The hand of God and intelligent design is threaded throughout creation for us to see if we will open our eyes~
Grassroots in Nebraska wishes you and yours a blessed and meaningful Thanksgiving holiday. As we all reflect upon the meaning of Thanksgiving, we thought we’d share the first Thanksgiving Proclamations. First Thanksgiving proclamation, 1777 FOR AS MUCH as it is the indispensable Duty of all Men to adore the superintending Providence of Almighty God; to […]
Why we celebrate Thanksgiving~ We take time to thank God for His gift of life and for His Son Jesus, for friends and family and all that He has so graciously bestowed upon us. Praise His Holy Name! Psalm 118
Seems as if Americans today are constantly complaining about the lack of leadership — someone to lead us out of the political and moral mess in which we now find ourselves. No doubt about it, there’s a batch of political figures clamoring and posturing for the job, but as yet — no one stands out above the rest.
May I make a suggestion? Why not use the criteria our forefathers used to pick their top leader. In fact, one like that may still be available.
Well now you ask — who might that be?
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By Shelli Dawdy The publishing of my editorial in the Lincoln Journal Star on Wednesday and resulting comments on the paper’s website is a good time to recall other GiN members’ articles and urge GiN members and site visitors to engage in the debate. At the beginning of October, the Lincoln Journal Star published three […]
In this edition of Press TV’s ‘On the Edge with Max Keiser’, Max has an interview with the journalist, David Degraw, who has just published a book named The Road Through 2012: Revolution or World War III. Degraw believes that the so-called global banking cartel of financial terrorists are bent on destroying global economies so that only they themselves, who he believes are only one tenth of %0.01 of the global population, prosper and everyone else suffers and remains poor. He says Americans only have two years to prevent a third world war by revolting against this one tenth of %0.01 of the population or financial terrorists as he calls them.
It does not seem at all far-fetched to think that Paul could have a much greater impact on the race than last time. The Republican primaries are sure to be about economic and size-of-government issues. The subject that hurt him last time, foreign policy, will probably take a backseat. Paul will not lack for resources, thanks to his legion of online donors. Reagan, the Republican hero, once endorsed him. And the party’s energy right now is at the grass roots, which also bodes well for him. If his economic message connects in Iowa and New Hampshire—well, who can say?
Meanwhile, the country is losing faith in its economic leaders. “I feel really good about what’s happening,” he told me. “I never dreamed of a day when so many people would be thinking about the Federal Reserve. I can draw crowds of thousands! The first time I mentioned Austrian economics when I spoke at the University of Michigan, they started to applaud. I thought, What in thunder is happening? What’s happening is, the education is occurring.”
Paul looked rapturous, and he leaned forward. “Two years ago,” he said, “if you’d had somebody come in and do what you should do on the recession, they’d probably be impeached in a week. But attitudes are changing—people are understanding economics differently.”