Hillary for President? Think About It

Hillary Rodham Clinton was on the legal team that brought down Richard M. Nixon, but unlike her husband, he chose to resign instead of impeachment hearings. It was all over a cover-up and alleged targeting political opponents with the powers of the IRS. According to a poll, she leads at 61% for Democrat candidate of 2016. Frightening. She has been involved with a myriad of scandals across the span of her political (and legal) career on the coattails of her corrupt husband. She has taken a stand on her own, of course, as senator and then Secretary of State – but nothing to brag about there, except an obscure socialist book entitled It Takes a Village.
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Info Highway: April 15th 2013 and Notes From My Desk

hand_point2– Senate Democrats are holding up a resolution to honor deceased Margaret Thatcher, who died at age 87. Apparently the tribute made by Obama and Bill Clinton was a front. The tribute cites M. Thatcher as a –

…life-long commitment to advancing freedom, liberty, and democracy and for her friendship to the United States.

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Heeding the Warning Signs

constitutionallawThis essay represents what I call “brain food”, a presentation that asks questions and makes points, but ultimately it is a brain exercise for fellow citizens who have fallen under the spell of indoctrination by those who have gained power over our constitutional republic. It is an exercise of common sense and self-education.

During the course of the history of our government there have been those whose original purpose was not inherently evil when it comes to their elected tasks; they just did not stick to tried and proven principles – US Constitution and Bill of Rights – but instead thought they came up with a better mousetrap. This movement did not truly become evil until those organizing this assault upon rights and liberties Of the People became systematic and with a long-term agenda used by Marxists like Lenin and Stalin. That agenda was to place government in a powerful position, operated by a selected elite, in order to control the people. They craftily started with the federal education program taking advantage of that entity’s control over what is taught to children of the United States, slowly eroding those principles that made our nation so great in so many ways. The gist of that greatness, inspiration and fortitude, is because of the People, not the minority of self-esteemed elites who believe they can control other people’s lives for their own good.

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Why Do Democrats Protest Voter Fraud Prevention?

Every time someone comes up with an idea to prevent voter fraud and safeguard the voting system the Democrats protest.
Can anyone see this self-damning rhetoric constantly coming from the political entity that has a record of the most cases of voter fraud, voter registration fraud, and other corrupt and criminal activity?
Governor Scott Walker, Wisconsin in a weekend speech at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Foundation in Simi Valley, California, mentioned that he may push for the elimination of same-day voter registration. He stated:

States across the country that have same-day registration have real problems because the vast majority of their states have poll workers who are wonderful volunteers, who work 13 hour days and who in most cases are retirees. It’s difficult for them to handle the volume of people who come at the last minute. It’d be much better if registration was done in advance of election day. It’d be easier for our clerks to handle that. All that needs to be done.

Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos stated that he favored Wisconsin implementing the “motor-voter” system in which people could register to vote when obtaining their driver’s license at the state Division of Motor Vehicles.

The question again rises – Why would anyone object to safeguarding voters legitimate voting right? This last election about 70% of the voting age population voted. Because of the loopholes in the system – how much of that 70% were actually a legal vote? Despite Allen West conceding victory to Democrat opponent Murphy by a narrow margin for a seat in Congress from Florida, disturbing questions remain concerning the election of that district in that state and the way the St. Clair voting place was handled. A whistle blower was ignored when she pointed out unacceptable events going on and some pointing to criminal activity. It was even reported that there were union teamsters hanging around that were not part of the volunteer force that oversees elections.
What good is it to vote if your vote is countered by corruption and fraud?

Democrats reacted angrily to Walker’s comments.
“As evidenced by robust levels of voter turnout and participation, Wisconsinites take their civic duty seriously, and same-day voter registration has played a part in ensuring that every eligible elector is able to cast their ballot,” state party chairman Mike Tate said in a statement. Tate said Walker and Republicans want to make it more difficult for people to vote, citing the law passed last year requiring photo identification at the polls. While parts of the law have taken effect, two different judges have blocked the photo ID requirement, saying it is unconstitutional. The decisions are being appealed.

Unconstitutional?
Think of how many people have driver’s licenses. Realize also, if one chooses not to have a driver’s license or is not eligible to have one, but old enough to vote – they can obtain a photo ID with verified address on it. Many states are or will be offering free ID service for those who cannot afford it.
I have found during the course of my life and observation that those who are elected to operate our government, from local to state to federal, common sense is not a requirement. That includes those who employed to supposedly serve the people in matters of state and personal business affiliated with government.
Wisconsin is one of eight states that allow same-day registration with California and Connecticut soon to have laws taking effect for same-day registration.
Is it coincidence that those states have a Democrat majority?
Looking at it from outside the box, there is no logical reason for protesting actions taken to prevent voting fraud. The reasons given by the Democrats are suspicious, to say the least – and reasonable suspicion viewing the history of voter fraud of the Democrat Party. While the Democrats over decades has not been the only ones caught cheating, election after election, the vast majority of incidents and seriousness of bona fide cheating events consistently points to the Democrat Party. The political entity that constantly drills the motto that they want “better” (betterequals more) government for the benefit of the People is the entity that politically supports labor union thugs who provide campaign cash in return.
Yeah, right.
Those that cheat in elections should be given the old fashioned “tar and feather” treatment and sent out of town on a rail. But at least spend time in prison.

Info Highway: July 23rd 2012

Button_Newsboy-Extra_animatedBoth Romney and Obama have been spending record amounts in the presidential campaign. The high cost has been largely due to an agenda of sifting out dirt to find on each other and negative campaign ads for the presidential as well as other election candidates throughout the nation. I change channels when I see campaign ads. First, they are not informative from whichever side of the political aisle they come from, and secondly, they usually insult my intelligence. If enough Americans switch channel and start ignoring the costly propaganda advertisements, maybe it will lead to reform in the atmosphere of election campaigns. As far as the media, well it will take a great effort to reform those entities. They may start by insisting that journalist and media colleges and schools start teaching ethics in broadcasting and news reporting – what the media is for: objective and informative (with truth) and leaving opinions and conjecture to the op-ed reports and programs.

Election Process: Culling Statesmen-women from Political Parasites

The Tea Party movement is for reform. 
Reformation back to a constitutional republic where federal government is limited and much of what it bears now as responsibility turned back over to state governments or remove government intervention.
When I have stated time and again that it is We the People who must insist upon changes, and those changes taking place by “smart votes” – using proper resources and staying away from the established rhetoric, et cetera.; I refer to the power of the people, which they seem not to either understand or refuse to use it.

Marco Rubio has won the election as United States Senator, Texas and who is a firm supporter of the Tea Party movement and the idea of limited government. He has won against Florida Governor Charlie Crist who is a RINO – Republican In Name Only – and part of the establishment that doesn’t want to rock the boat in Washington.
Senator Marco Rubio thanked FreedomWorksfor their support:
The most important thing I can say to FreedomWorks is thank you for believing in me when at the time the polls didn’t justify it. … right now, all across America, there are people that are sitting where I was sitting who probably are running against somebody with more money and more fame … thanks to groups like FreedomWorks, they’ll have a fighting chance.
The election process is one of the issues, in a long list of issues, that require solutions and reformation.
That reformation can be orchestrated by We the People.
For the election process to properly work and to achieve true reformation back to a constitutional republic, American citizens must exercise their voting rights with wisdom backed by truth and reputable sources. This can be accomplished by using the Internet to sift out information and checking sources. I always expect readers to check out whatever I am writing about – it is the way it should be. In addition, Americans need to ignore TV/radio ads. They are nothing but propaganda tools to make the other guy look bad, and as is too often, turns a campaign that is founded upon seeing how much dirt they can dig up instead of telling voters – WHAT ARE THEY GOING TO DO. Most citizens already know there are problems and who have been causing them or continuing the path that leads to such problems. What they need and should want to know is what a candidate is going to do about it, if elected. It is also important for voters to check past record of elected office and see whether their mouth is engaged with their actions.
It is really quite simple.
We need to tell politicians, mainstream media, and the political establishment leadership that we don’t want to hear their propaganda diatribe – we no longer believe them. What we believe in , or should believe in, is what action is taken and whether it is successful or not. What we need are legislators who will filter past legislation and get rid of those that are not conducive towards a limited government. And, importantly, maintaining a budget as if the money in the US Treasury was theirs, which part of it is because they pay taxes too. And speaking of taxes, everyone must pay the same rate. No more forcing citizens who are productive and successful to pay for those who are not. Everyone can make a fair share into the system, the type of system that is not a hand out, but a hand up. That is the only social programs we need. Social Security should be made to be placed into the hands of those who pay into it, and an option for social security payments to go into the social security trust fund (not touched for anything else) or a private investment program – or divided into both.
Congress needs to start taking responsibility and quit blaming everything on either corporations or the President of the United States. They are the legislators, and if the president counters against their authority or usurps his/her authority; then start impeachment hearing proceedings.
What do they think the “checks and balances” system is all about?
That also means that when Congress, the Senate, is dutifully bound to ensure that Supreme Court Justices are not advocates or bias or insert political opinions into their business of interpreting the law, and not legislating from the bench – because Congress can reject a Supreme Court Justice appointed by the President of the United States. This should have occurred in the case of Sotomayorwhen it was established she belonged to a subversiveand politicalentity called La Raza. Or in the case of Ginsberg, justification for her impeachment when she violated he oath of office on an Egyptian TV interview.
The 40% that pays little or no taxes and have been comfortable having everyone else pay their share – let me give you a reminder that loss of freedom is not worth the government checks; and if the government is reformed, there will still be help in some way or fashion, but only for you to help yourselves. It is because Americans know that bad things can happen to good people, but charity begins in local neighborhoods and not stolen from the Treasury of the People – the federal or state government. If that 40% cannot afford 10% or 15% flat tax, then they need to change their lifestyle or get educated and find a better job.
With all the serious issues on the plate – why are candidates arguing over same-sex marriage, when that is the responsibility of state government and ultimately the responsibility of the church. For it is the church or religious institution that first initiated the contract of marriage – not government. It is something that amounts to an agreement between two people, and the only time government should get involved is when marriage problems end up in the judiciary branch.
Candidates need to tell us what they are going to do, if elected; not tell us what the other candidate did wrong. For that is all we end up hearing.
We the People KNOW what is wrong. We want a viable and constitutional solution. If the candidate cannot live with that, then they might as well drop out.
We don’t need political parasites or prostitutes; We the People need statesmen and stateswomen — those that know the meaning or difference of both. When the campaign is over and the election won, it is time to turn to statesmanship, not selling out or making political clubs (parties) a priority over one’s required tasks or the United States and its people. And that means that when it comes to foreign policy — America comes first; for if we do not remain strong, are those nations we helped going to help us when we are on the brink of or in the act of falling?
America, the United States, can only be as good or great as the people who call themselves American. Reform yourselves and at the same time ensure that Washington and state governments reform or find another occupation.

America Needs a President Who Can Say "NO"

Lurita Doan has the right idea of what kind of President we need in 2012 and in every election thereafter: A president who can say “NO”.
  • Say “NO” to America-bashing.
  • Say “NO” to strangling regulations.
  • Say “NO” to bailouts.
  • Say “NO” to subsidies for expensive and often useless energy schemes. *
  • Say “NO” to ethanol subsidies. *
  • Say “NO” to expanding entitlements.
  • Say “NO” to raising the debt limit.
  • Say “NO” to excessive federal spending.
  • Say “NO” to Czars. (presently there are 40! Czars don’t work for free.)
  • Say “NO” to union pandering.
  • Say “NO” to environmental extremists whose advocacy is not logical or even scientific. *
  • Say “NO” to schemes and methods to encourage voter fraud.
  • Say “NO” to providing terrorists more rights than the average American.
  • Say “NO” to spending more time attending reelection fundraisers and frequent vacations rather than working at solving America’s issues and problems.
  • Say “NO” to getting involved in civil and public matters, like the Georgetown student who is protesting because she doesn’t get free contraceptives from the local university/government and using the death of a teenager (when many die each week) because it is election year. And, especially, say “NO” to inflaming racism no matter which side of the fence it generates from.