Personal Liberty Digest™
The House of Representatives doesn’t need a decision by the Supreme Court, or a vote in the U.S. Senate, to bring a halt to Barack Obama’s usurpation of power. It can do it by simply refusing to pay for it. It’s just this simple: If the House won’t authorize it, the President can’t spend it.
The crux of the crisis in Iraq is tribalism, the most basic element of which is prejudice. President Barack Obama has tribalism in his Kenyan roots. And all that matters to him is that the Shiites control the enormous oil wealth and much of the Mideast.
Collapse and conflagration will result in a violent state of social misery, which the globalists will allow to swelter until they deem it timely to introduce themselves as saviors. Their solution, predictably, will include the end of self-governing nations.
Big government is organized crime in all but name, and the man in the street is numb to the universal risk in today’s world. Politicians and bureaucrats are spending the world into oblivion while secretly hoping and expecting to escape debt with depreciated dollars: yours. The public is unaware.
Do you really want freedom from tyrants like Barack Obama? Well then, I have a hero for you; his name is Donald Trump. Trump is a brilliant guy. I have a way for him to end Obama’s destruction of capitalism and the U.S. economy and save America at the same time.
Judging by the hysterical reaction on the left, you would think that the Supreme Court had just taken away women’s right to vote. Instead, all the justices said in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby was that owners of closely held corporations couldn’t be forced to pay for abortion-inducing drugs.
I understand the concept of profits and losses pretty well, and the $600 I spend on monthly prescriptions isn’t causing my doctors any pain. They get big paybacks prescribing drugs — kickbacks from Big Pharma. It is all very big business, in excess of more than $1 trillion in new pharmaceutical sales around the world each year.
The common mind is not prepared to handle the unrecognizable. Normalcy bias becomes god, and blind assumption becomes truth. It is in this vast fog of the unrecognizable that a cabal of power cultists thrive, a cabal that many people in our culture refuse to believe exists.
The problem with police departments acquiring new military “toys” comes in the fact that, when toys are acquired, they are wont to be used. And therein lies the rub. Police use flimsy evidence to suggest “threats” exist, and the military tactics escalate encounters and create more violence.
Are we Rome? Is Nero fiddling while Rome burns? Is Thad Cochran’s close victory in Mississippi symbolic of a modern-day Nero? It’s amazing and sad to note that this strategy of crony capitalism and bribery still wins elections while the country is insolvent.