In a Time of Universal Deceit, Telling the Truth is Revolutionary.
Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Do we really understand power? pt 1

There is a story needing to be told – it’s a story of how legitimate government, that of a constitutional republic, was progressively and deliberately undermined, not only politically – but, most importantly, in the minds of the People.

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Home Sweet Home

I posted this on my blog a while back but I think it’s worth a second look. I wrote this in response to article about a couple of umemployed sub-prime mortgage broker agents.

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Nearly one-fifth of voters still undecided

With Wall Street in turmoil and the economy in shambles, whichever presidential candidate convinces a swath of persuadable voters that he gets it — and can be trusted to lead the country back to fiscal stability — could well win the White House.

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McCain aide on Freddie Mac’s payroll

Almost up until the time it was taken over by the government in the nation’s financial crisis, one of two housing giants paid $15,000 a month to the lobbying firm of John McCain’s campaign manager, a person familiar with the financial arrangement says.

The money from Freddie Mac to the firm of Rick Davis is on top of more than $30,000 a month that went directly to Davis for five years starting in 2000.

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When all else fails, try Socialism

It was a true September Surprise. A calamitous financial crisis that not only toppled Wall Street’s corporate icons and sent global markets plummeting but may have given Barack Obama’s seemingly mired campaign the one thing he may never have secured on his own: Victory.

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Too much urgency, too few specifics

The rollout of the proposed $700 billion bailout package was accompanied by all of the least attractive characteristics of the Bush administration in action.

The package was sprung on Congress and the public suddenly and over a weekend and with a bare minimum of details. The initial proposal, vesting immense powers in Treasury secretary Henry Paulson, was only three pages.

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Obama’s charade

Barack Obama, who has yet to see any nook or cranny in American life that would not benefit from his cramming it full of taxpayer dollars, has an oh-so-ingenious plan to serve the economy — improved governmental efficiency.

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