In a civilized society, should anyone or any government ever force anyone to do anything against his or her will as long as that person does not infringe upon the life, liberty, or property of another?

Friday, October 29, 2010

Super Secret NSA to be used on Americans

As you can read here, the super secret National Security Agency, which has the capacity to monitor each one of us (read our e-mails, listen to our phone calls, etc. etc.), will be used to keep an eye on the internet and other cybersecurity issues. The NSA allegedly has the computer storage capacity to hold every American's e-mails for ten years. That trillions of e-mails in their database, if they choose.

I feel safer already, now that Big Brother is watching.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Global taxes?

Many Americans are fearful that the ruling elite want to bring about one world government. One organization that would probably want this would be the WHO (World Health Organization). As you can read here, this organization seems to want to tax the planet. Don't ever forget that the ruling elite have a never-ending thirst for our dollars.

Monday, October 18, 2010

Peace Prize winner Obama continues to murder

The U.S., led by its commander-in-chief Barack Obama, continues to send predator drones into Pakistan to murder innocent men, women, and children. But didn't Obama win the Nobel Peace Prize? No wonder there are always demonstrations in Pakistan and other countries with one constant theme: death to America. Maybe we should just leave everyone alone.

After financial war, the real war

As the United States causes financial havoc with the rest of the world, other countries are making moves on their own to help their economies. As reported in the Wall Street Journal on Oct. 8th, in September China supported a Russian proposal to start direct trading between the yuan and the ruble. China has also set up a similar deal with Brazil.

Also, Premier Jiabao Wen was in Istanbul to reach an agreement with Turkey to use their own currencies (no U.S. dollar included) in tripling trade to $50 billion over the next five years. According to Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan: "We are forming an economic strategic partnership . . . In all of our relations, we have agreed to use the lira and the yuan."

So much for the U.S. being the world's central bank. As these types of moves continue (who can blame other countries, since our economy is a wreck), the U.S. will become increasingly upset. Don't forget, the U.S. government doesn't like to lose at anything, especially a financial war.

So the question is: When does the U.S. launch a real war against China, since China will ultimately win the financial war?

Sunday, October 17, 2010

We are Japan

The U.S. is going to be the new Japan - a few decades of a lackluster economy. How do I know? Besides studying Austrian economics, which provides a good roadmap, there's a quote in this article from a Keynesian economist from Stanford. Nuff said. When a Keynesian says one thing, expect the opposite. And expect to live a more subdued, quiet lifestyle as the economy struggles.

Friday, October 8, 2010

Afghans don't like us - what a shocker!

Throughout history, people all over the world have hated being occupied, and the Afghans are no different. Thanks to for this article - read here.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Ready for National Service?

While young Americans were enjoying their summer vacation, Charles Rangel, representative from New York, introduced H.R. 5741 in the House on July 15th. This Selective Service Act requires a two year mandatory service for the United States. The first paragraph reads:
To require all persons in the United States between the ages of 18 and 42 to perform national service, either as a member of the uniformed services or in civilian service in furtherance of the national defense and homeland security, to authorize the induction of persons in the uniformed services during wartime to meet end-strength requirements of the uniformed services, and for other purposes.
Interesting. All persons means women too. And what does "for other purposes" mean? Sounds like a catch-all phrase for anything the government wants.