Those Americans who toil to achieve the picket-fence American dream vote and get politicians in office, yet they matter very little to most politicians once the ballots have been counted. The lowly middle-class voters, along with their needs and dreams, are then discarded in favor of more lucrative constituents.
George Zimmerman demonstrated why he was watching out for his community as a neighborhood watch volunteer on the night that Trayvon Martin was shot. He cares about his community. Last Friday, he demonstrated it again.
Thanks to Depression-era laws that fixed prices for certain farm products (and at the time served to deny cheap crops to starving families), the government has been stealing almost half of all raisins produced in California with little or no compensation to the farmers.
The Motor City isn’t dying. It’s dead. Bad planning, bad production, bad employees, bad politicians and bad people took control of a city named Detroit. By the time they were through with it, Detroit was the city we see now: Democratted to death.
The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against the people and Constitution Wednesday when it vacated a permanent injunction barring the enforcement of Section 1021 of the National Defense Authorization Act that allows for the indefinite detention of U.S. citizens.
The American people have suffered a coup d’état, but they are hesitant to acknowledge it. The regime ruling in Washington today lacks Constitutional and legal legitimacy. Americans are ruled by usurpers who claim that the executive branch is above the law and that the U.S. Constitution is a mere “scrap of paper.”
In the wake of the acquittal of George Zimmerman, the overwhelming majority of your brothers and sisters in red, white and blue did the exact same thing you probably did: nothing. You all continued right on living pretty much the same lives you lived beforehand.
Helicopters from the U.S. Army’s 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment shook Port Angeles, Wash., residents awake last week as they thundered above the city, flying low and shining bright lights on the ground during an early morning training exercise that “terrorized [the] city.”
When the Internal Revenue Service goes after innocent people, it costs us all. When innocent people try to work with the government, their lives get destroyed. The stories of one Joe and five Jimmies show how much it costs when the government gets greedy.
Weighed against the bank accounts of President Barack Obama and the multimillionaires who back and control him, $5,320.88 is pocket change. Yet that “paltry” sum is all Obama spent to try to influence the non-Federal criminal jury in George Zimmerman’s trial.