Tuesday, November 26, 2013

There Are a Lot of People Comparing Obama’s New Iran Deal With a Significant (and Very Bad) Moment in History:


Obama Lets Iran Have Nuclear Weapons:


Source: Netanyahu Scolded Obama in Phone Call on Iran Deal


Iran nuclear deal ‘loophole’ may allow off-site reactor work:


Will Pelosi Cost You Your Full-Time Job?


This Country Reportedly Just Became the First in the World to Ban Islam:


And history will probably show that in doing so it is also the SMARTEST country in the world !

CIA personnel testify agency was on alert over 9/11 anniversary in Benghazi, before attack:


We Won’t Be Distracted from the ObamaScare Fraud:



Obama’s Endgame: Everyone on Medicaid:



Almost 80 million with employer health care plans could have coverage canceled, experts predict:


Cover Oregon Reveals ObamaScare User’s Information:


Barry Seizes More Power as He Falls in Polls:


Sen. Sessions Slams Obama, “America is NOT an Oligarchy”:


Why a Bank of America Analyst Is Warning the Markets May Come ‘Unhinged’:


When the Founding Fathers Became the Founding Fathers:


Even if Nuclear Ambitions Weren’t Enough to Sanction Iran, Their Murderous IED Campaign Against Americans Is:


Glenn Beck to Harry Reid: Were you lying to us then, or are you lying to us now?


Is This the Alarming Reason Kathleen Sebelius Hasn’t Been Fired?


Polls Find Support for “Pathway to Citizenship,” But Never Honestly Identify this “Reform” as What It Is: AMNESTY



Have You Noticed the Subtle Trick the ‘Anti-Gunners’ Have Apparently Started Using?


D.C. cops go ‘nuclear’ with traffic cameras:


Embracing Big Brother:



The 1788 Virginia Convention that laid the foundation for the S.S. Constitution was a knock-down, drag-out battle of wills: James Madison versus Patrick Henry. Federalist against Anti-Federalist — fear of anarchy versus fear of tyranny.

Over the course of 26 hot June days, these men, including Henry, Madison, George Mason and Edmund Randolph debated the appropriate size and strength of government.

One side worried that any central federal government would start to expand and grab power, that taxes would be pushed ever-higher as the treasury was drained by runaway spending. They worried that elitists would take over the capitol and create a permanent ruling class of career politicians.

The other side was convinced that a nation divided into so many completely independent parts simply could not stand the tests of time. They argued that a strong but limited federal government was critical to the country’s survival — that the essential benefits of more centralized power far outweighed the obvious risks.

Ultimately, the sides came to a tense compromise that we’re still living with today. But Patrick Henry and his fellow Anti-Federalists were worried. They knew that the price of liberty would be eternal vigilance against an ever-growing government…and they wondered whether that was really possible over the decades and centuries to come.

On the eighth day of debates, Patrick Henry took the convention floor and offered a warning that became nowhere near as famous as his “give me liberty or give me death” line from 13 years earlier, but that today, 225 years later, sounds more relevant than ever:

“If you have a good president, senators and representatives,” Henry said, “there is no danger. But can this be expected from human nature?”  – Glenn Beck

“And that’s the way it is”, Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Paul Revere