Ben Swann Full Disclosure talks with Russ Millette the Republican Party Chair-Elect of the Alaska Republican Party. Executive Committee members are trying to block Millette and 4 other liberty Republicans before they are seated to lead the party.
The hot new video at MRCTV.org is 1995 footage of Attorney General Eric Holder, when he was the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia. In his remarks before the Woman’s National Democratic Club, broadcast by CSPAN 2, Holder said people should be ashamed to own guns, just the way that cigarette smokes now “cower outside of buildings” to smoke.
“What we need to do is change the way in which people think about guns, especially young people, and make it something that’s not cool, that it’s not acceptable, it’s not hip to carry a gun anymore, in the way in which we’ve changed our attitudes about cigarettes. You know, when I was growing up, people smoked all the time. Both my parents did. But over time, we changed the way that people thought about smoking, so now we have people who cower outside of buildings and kind of smoke in private and don’t want to admit it.” Laughter followed.
No, you can’t deny women their basic rights and pretend it’s about your “religious freedom.” If you don’t like birth control, don’t use it. Religious freedom doesn’t mean you can force others to live by your own beliefs. - Barack Obama
oh, BO. You understand me.
I really do love this man.
Again, I ask, “Did someone outlaw contraception?” Or do rights mean, “Gimme stuff for free!” There’s no pretending it’s about religious freedom. We actually get that from the Constitution. “Right” to birth control? Not so much. Want to change it? Make an amendment.
Also its the fact he is telling groups what they can and can not do. They are private. They can do as they wish. As long as they don’t brake the constitutional laws.
Statist Family Feud
Meanwhile, Republicans portray Democrats as evil, selfish dolts who engage in class warfare, foster groupthink, and are willing to destroy society for the sake of their corrupt ideology.
Come on, guys. There’s no need to fight.
You’re both right!
In the U.S. there are 380 different kinds of shampoos to choose from, yet there are only 2 contending political parties to vote for.
We call it freedom of choice. There is an illusion of choice. Americans are led to feel free through the exercise of meaningless choices. There are only two political parties. There is a reduction of the number of media companies. Banking has been reduced to only a handful of banks. Oil companies. These are important, and you’re given very little choice.
Oh, but the flavor of jellybeans? The flavor of muffins? A bagel? You can get a Pina Colada bagel. We’re given the illusion of choice by the meaningless of choices of trivial things. You know what your freedom of choice in America is? Paper or plastic, buddy? That’s it. After you’ve said cash or charge, maybe it’s Pepsi or Coke? Window or Aisle? Smoking or No?. Everything else you’re kinda guided towards by focus groups and marketing research.
- George Carlin
BLACKS STILL “PLAYED” AND CONTROLLED BY TIRED OLD DEMOCRAT PARADIGMS
A black website published one of my articles. The black publisher asked his readers to forgive me for being a black member of the GOP and review my article with an open mind.
In response, a subscriber wrote, “You can ask us to look past him being a GOP, but you can’t ask us to look past his claim to be a tea party Christian.”
- Bomb civilians
- Wiretap the internet
- Prop up the banks
- Let the Gulf Coast die
- Appease the Right
- Bully the Left
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#OCCUPYWALLSTREET does NOT approve of the Democratic Party.
I know Occupy Wall Street is a leaderless movement, but can we work on a proxy to work with us and defeat the democratic and republican candidates?
What Do You Call a Jobs Bill That Begets No Jobs?: Caroline Baum
When President Barack Obama “pivoted” to jobs a few months back (from what, the White House didn’t say), he said he was going to take his plan to rebuild the U.S. economy directly to the American people.
It’s a good thing, too, because Congress isn’t interested. Obama’s $447 billion American Jobs Act of 2011 was never going to see the light of day in the Republican-controlled House. The Senate gave it the thumbs-down this week, voting 50-49 to block the bill, well shy of the 60 votes needed to end a filibuster. Even some of the Democrats who voted to bring the bill to the floor said they would have voted no on the bill itself.
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The Democrats want more of your money to stimulate public sector job growth. Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) thinks that the public sector is taking it on the chin, while the private sector flourishes. Biden and Obama joined the chorus, warning of dirty air and increased crime absent more spending. The Front Page regulars think this is baffling, and they tell you why, reminding us that the Nobel prize went to macro-economists who debunked the effects of stimulus plans.