This is a real commercial from a local gun store in Texas. Gotta love the South!
A recent radio ad from Keller’s Riverside Store located on the beautiful Llano River in the heart of Texas.
This is a real commercial from a local gun store in Texas. Gotta love the South!
A recent radio ad from Keller’s Riverside Store located on the beautiful Llano River in the heart of Texas.
post by Madeleine Morgenstern, TheBlaze, 12 Feb 12
[I finally come across a story worth posting. I flew my Confederate Flag until the colors faded completed—currently waiting for a new one. I'm a Veteran of the U. S. Army. My father has his flying high. He's a Veteran of the U. S. Navy. I'm impressed when I see people express how they really feel about the state of our union by flying this honorable flag. Mr. Hansen is correct about what the Confederate Flag stands for "sovereignty, individual rights and individual liberty." It does. Read my homepage. The Confederate Flag is an honorable flag—the Southern War Flag. If you didn't know it, under this flag marched the first Black American Officer Regiment. They fought for the South. This, and other historical points, tell me the Civil War wasn't fought because of slavery but because the North wanted to maintain their control over us. Why? Because we have the necessities they needed and still need: food, oil, gas, seafood, just to name a few. The stigma that's been placed on our flag comes from the North. The South wanted "sovereignty, individual rights and individual liberty." They knew then that if this country continued to allow the federal government to decide what people could and couldn't do then we would end up like we are today. The South tried to prevent the state we're in. SIDE BAR: If you still think the Civil War was about slavery then ask yourself why the White House continued to own slaves as well as Gen. Grant (who refused to give his up) during the war. Also, ask yourself why Southern black Americans still today work the land their ancestors did? Ask yourself why the Oak Alley Plantation owner at the time of the Civil War took his slaves to Texas so the Northern troops wouldn't kill them? Ask yourself why today's black Americans hold in so much anger? I would be angry too if the federal government promised me something if I abandoned my Southern homes, (it turned from asking to forcing) then I was left out on the street with nothing. Ask yourself why many Southern plantation owners gave money and their names to their "slaves" because they were forced to "release" them? If I had a slave that I hated because of the color of their skin, I don't think I would have allowed them to help bring my babies into this world, let alone raise them for me! Just a last minute note: Many farming techniques still used today came directly from a "slave" to help his "owner" prosper! Mr. Hansen, you've impressed me the most. A Northern flying our flag. Thank you. Please, keep strong and maintain your Freedom of Speech because soon that Confederate War Flag may rise again, and this time around, she won't loss!]
A Minnesota city councilman has a Confederate Flag hanging outside his home and says he’s not taking it down, no matter what people say.
“It’s my house,” West St. Paul Councilman Ed Hansen told the Pioneer Press. “What’s the problem?”
Plenty, according to the city’s mayor, John Zanmiller. The flag, visible from a busy avenue and to visitors at a nearby park, also has the word redneck written across it. “I don’t like it,” Zanmiller said. “Do I wish the flag wasn’t there? Yes.”
While the mayor acknowledged he is not aware of any complaints made to the city, he reached out to Hansen on Friday about taking it down. Hansen declined, and Zanmiller acknowledged the decision is ultimately Hansen’s.
Hansen, a first-term councilman elected in 2010, told the Pioneer Press he put the flag outside his house over the summer to no complaints. He said being an elected official should not matter one way or another. “It represents sovereignty, individual rights and individual liberty,” he told the newspaper. “It’s my free speech, and that’s my choice.” He dismissed any racist connotation the flag carries. “I’m not a racist, and I don’t think it’s racist,” he said. “People like to play the race card, though, when they don’t get their way.” [I couldn't have said it better myself!]
Jay Brunn, a developer who’s building a house next to Hansen’s, claimed the flag caused one prospective buyer to shy away.
When informed of that, Hansen told the Pioneer Press—“Good. I don’t want him for a neighbor then. If people choose to be ignorant, that’s their own fault. They should study history. It represents true sovereignty.” [Well said!]
A Southern girl looking outside the box. That’s how I see myself. Part of what I see when it comes to this “race” issue is this: Back in the ’70′s (I was in middle school) we had riots in our schools because some idiot up north decided that there would be no more white and black schools; they’d be just one school. Why did we have the riots? Because we were black and white. We were different and we were thrown into situations that we didn’t know how to respond to on the immediate level that was expected of us. I keep a set of encyclopedias in my living room from Reed High School (the black high school when there were two high schools) to remind me, as well as my children, that we are indeed different (“blacks and whites” as the north portrays us) but we share a culture like none other in the world; and here when things are in an upheaval, I have their back just as much as they have mine.
Today, I see no such tensions as I experienced in middle school. It is easy for me to stand in line, be it waiting for a fast-food order or stamps at the post office, and strike up a conversation with whoever is before or behind me. Color is no preference but I do prefer the Cajun types.
I don’t see color as the government sees color, and I believe that the majority of the South feel the same. I hate when I have to fill out a form and they ask me if I’m white, black, Hispanic, etc. I have come to check off other because I’m neither of the above. I’m Cajun! I’m NOT Caucasian for damn sure. My family originated from France, Scotland and Germany (mostly France and Scotland). But I would never dare refer to myself as French-American. I’m a lot like Cain. I’m American. I would never refer to black Cajuns as African-Americans. NEVER! To me, that’s an insult on their Southern culture. We here in Southern Louisiana, born and raised through deep rooted generations, no matter if we worked on a plantation or in a grocery store, we are ALL Cajuns. Down here, our skin color has nothing to do with who we are.
What this video below teaches is the truth and the truth hurts. “Brainwashing” (Cain’s straight-up observation) is the most accurate. All those radical liberals who constantly use color to change laws, to add laws, to suppress truth’s voice…I don’t see them coming to the South. And for damn sure I don’t see the president campaigning here in the South. Why is that? Makes you wonder, doesn’t it?
Watch this video and tell me I’m wrong.
Karen, you have inspired me to write this challenge and essay on leadership this morning. Once I started I couldn’t stop. Keep those posts coming; once read they do make a difference. Thanks and keep the faith. Dan Morris
[I have inspired you? Wow! I think that may be the other way around. It's clear to see that inspiration has a domino affect. This essay is very inspiring. Thanks so much for writing it down and sending it. k]
The value of leadership—
Like a blinding flash of lightning on a dark night we sometimes experience an epiphany that compels us to sit and write about something we think is important. That’s what happened to me as I skimmed through some of Karen’s writing. There are many issues that can motivate and drive us to act and leadership is one that sometimes passes us by unnoticed. We always talk and write about leadership in terms of result instead of method.
Without strong and moral leadership our world stumbles and falters; often leading us to disappointment, failure and disaster. So, what is this force that we need so badly when times are rough? Well, the idea of positive leadership is that it brings about or affirms the capacity of people like you and me to move, inspire, and mobilize us to act cohesively in pursuit of an end. In other words, leadership is the art of getting people to do something they would not do on their own. In reality, leadership can serve good or evil purposes.
Mankind acts with a free will so ultimately, as individual human beings, we can choose to make a difference for others. Leadership, properly used, inspires teamwork and a sense of accomplishment. Under strong leadership, corporations stay solvent, governments govern wisely, and armies keep us safe. Where would Christianity be if Christ† had been unable to lead? God† chose well when He† selected Christ†.
If you don’t think that individual leaders can make a difference, then let me cite a few examples and plant some seeds of thought for your consideration. What if the following leaders had never surfaced? In December 1931, Mario Constasino was driving his car on Park Ave., New York City between 76th and 77th Streets. It was dark, around 10:30 P.M. His car struck a pedestrian who was looking in the wrong direction. By some miraculous fate the man was not killed. He was a British politician by the name of Winston Churchill. How would WWII have turned out without him? Fourteen months later, an American politician was riding in an open car in Miami, Florida. A man by the name of Giuseppe Zangara shot at the politician missing him and killing the man sitting next to him. The politician was Franklin Roosevelt. These were two strong leaders who led two great nations during WWII.
There is a flip side to the above examples that addresses the question about good and bad leaders. Would we have even needed the above great leaders if Adolf Hitler had been killed in 1923 while participating in the street fighting during the Munich Putsch? For that matter would we have needed the strength of Churchill and Roosevelt if Lenin had died of typhus during WWI? The art of leadership plays no favorites when it comes to good and evil.
When it comes to our country we need to look no closer than our beginning during our Revolutionary War. At first, George Washington only reluctantly gave up farming in Virginia to lead the Continental Army. His leadership skills were tested under the harshest conditions at Valley Forge. The question is—when does the formerly unnoticeable person make the decision to lead? It could be as simple as taking the lead to avoid an unacceptable end result. We have to care first before getting involved.
My examples have been lofty with national and international ramifications. Allow me to add some clarity here. Leadership is not a calling for only leaders of nations. Leadership is needed at all levels if it is to achieve a desired result. Generals do not lead squads up a hill to take out enemy machine guns. Team, squad, and platoon leaders get this done through exercising great leadership. I think you get it; leadership is important at all levels for all interests to be successful. Results are always a matter of risk plus effort. I learned a lot about leadership as I worked my way up to Sergeant First Class in the infantry. My leadership challenges did not end there as I then climbed the warrant officer ranks, and then the ranks of government service. The same principles always applied.
One of a leader’s jobs is to make it easy for people to do the right thing and to make it hard to do the wrong thing. So, a leader has to know what he or she is talking about. This is the area where we have to know the difference between management and leadership. Simply; we manage things and lead people. This is a lesson that our President and Commander-in-Chief has never learned. We should always lead by example with a clearly defined purpose. This isn’t rocket science, but, it is a skill. This all sounds nice, but, where do we begin? Why do we even bother to begin?
First, let’s look at stamina and ability. Next, we will need clarity of purpose. As a conservative and Constitutionalist, I know where I stand on most political issues. I’m an old, tattered, and worn leader. Sadly and unfortunately, there are days when I can see my physical stamina waning. The things that make me a valuable asset are that I have a mind and quite a bit of experience. I have been told that I can give sage-quality advice. There are people who would probably question that assessment. Notwithstanding, I will do my best to make a difference; especially when it comes to serving my country. I have served my country in some capacity since I was 17 years old.
My challenge to anyone that reads this message is simply this—get involved in the political process. There are way too many out there who are aggressively involved for, what I see, as the wrong reasons. Yes, there are people at all levels of government that are intent on altering everything our founding fathers created, fought for, and died for. If a person’s moral and political compass is off, then they will never get to the right destination. We desperately need conservative leaders that share our morals and core values at all levels of government. Check out your local political apparatus for opportunities to serve. Run for office if you can. Every time I go to vote, I see liberals running unopposed on the ballot because no one wants to get involved. Don’t be naïve and trust that things will just work out; you will ultimately pay the consequences for not acting. Compete for offices at the local city/town, parish/county, and State levels. It doesn’t matter if you win; just have your voice heard. Remember, the political process is where you transform your passion on the issues into action.
I want to end on an unusual note. When it comes to my cause, any cause, you need more than good leaders for gaining ground and resolving critical issues. You also need good followers. When you go out into your communities, you may find that there are already good leaders stepping up to the plate. Become one of their soldiers, a staunch follower and supporter. We need to take the fight to the liberal base and either alter their course or stop them in their tracks. Every campaign needs workers. All causes, liberal or conservative, use strategies to achieve goals. All strategies have strengths and weaknesses. To make a difference, all you have to do is disrupt their strengths and exploit their weaknesses.
Liberals are always targeting our youth; bombarding them with false claims of social, cultural and economic injustices. Liberals twist facts that we have a duty to expose and straighten out. This is why we have to bring our youth into the fold because they will ultimately inherit whatever we have left of our country, perhaps even our entire world. We need to capitalize on the strength and stamina of our youth. Civically, they need to learn those things that our liberal educators are omitting from our history. If all of us are not involved in some aspect of the political process then we are handing our county over to those who want to destroy it. Either become a leader or support someone that represents your values. If you have true grit and the intestinal fortitude to save America—then get involved.
Winston Churchill said—“I have never accepted what many people have kindly said, namely that I have inspired the nation. It was the nation and the race dwelling all around the globe that had the lion heart. I had the luck to be called upon to give the roar.”
post Chad Groening on Onenewsnow
Author and activist David Horowitz says it’s absolutely outrageous that some elementary and intermediate school students will be forced to take Arabic language and culture classes in a Dallas-Fort Worth suburb. Several Dallas television stations have reported that the Mansfield Independent School District is instituting the Arabic language studies after receiving a federal grant from the Foreign Language Assistance Program of the U.S. Department of Education (DOE). Under the program, Arabic classes would be mandatory at an elementary and intermediate school in the district and optional at the middle and high schools.
The DOE program identifies Arabic as “a language of the future.” But David Horowitz, founder of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, says Arabic is now a language of the past. “What has the Arab world contributed except terror?” he exclaims. “The theocratic, repressive Arabic states do no significant science, no significant arts and culture.” The political activist admits he is skeptical about the district’s claim that the courses will be about language and culture, and not about the Islamic religion. “We already have a lot of infiltration of Islamic jihadist doctrines into our K-12 school systems,” he argues. “The teachers unions have ruined our K-12 schools. These unions are very left-wing and they encourage Palestinian terrorists to come to the school and indoctrinate students. So I’m not too happy about this news item.” Horowitz says if the Mansfield ISD really wanted to look at a “language of the future,” they would teach their children Chinese.
[I collected an article, which is in the 2008 or 2009 folder, which is about a convention of sorts held in Chicago. It was in July I think. The head of the convention was a known terrorist or Hammas leader (which is the same thing) who has been actually denied entrance into several countries. This was the first terrorist convention held on American soil. The leader told the reporter that he was not a killer that he just "trained" the children until they were old enough to hand over to the killers. He said the best way to control people was to get to the children first. Seems like they found a way in. I just can't believe it's in Texas of all places!]
Results from our related poll
What might be the main motivation this Texas school district wants to institute a mandatory course on the Arabic language and culture?
post by Charlie Butts on Onenewsnow
A Christian attorney says the U.S. is not far behind Great Britain when it comes to the impact of what he describes as the “radical homosexual agenda.” A Christian couple in Great Britain has been told they can’t be foster parents because their religious beliefs prohibit teaching youngsters that the homosexual lifestyle is acceptable. The edict was handed down by London’s Royal Courts of Justice. Eunice Johns, 62, told The Associated Press that she and her husband Owen, 65, were “extremely distressed” by the decision, and that they both felt “excluded” and “sidelined” simply because they are “Christians with normal, mainstream, Christian views on sexual ethics.”
It is unconscionable, says attorney Matt Barber, that Christians would face that kind of discrimination. The vice president of Liberty Counsel Action raises a warning flag. “The United States is about three to five years behind Europe and Canada, in terms of the success that the radical homosexual agenda has had in those countries,” says Barber.
Consequently, he continues, it is not a time for Christians to sit on the sidelines or sleep through the process. “Our Judeo-Christian founding is under assault,” he contends, “and unless Christians get back about the business of standing firm for biblical principles in our culture and within public policy, then we can expect this kind of discrimination and persecution to continue and to ramp up right here in the United States.” The latest salvo against those values, he contends, is [the puppet] administration’s decision last week not to continue defending the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act, which defines marriage as between one man and one woman.
[I've been saying this for a long time now and still I don't get many people voicing their opinions about it. The Moslems have an agenda—to convert as many people as they can. It's the deception and the lie! I have also explained on here that "marriage" is a Christian word to mean "a joining of a man and a woman." How down right stupid of people to "assume" marriage simple applies to "everyone." And why is the government involved in a religious issue. Defense of Marriage Act is pure political. They separated themselves with their strongly preached "separation of church and State," by taking prayer out of schools because the federal government took them over, trying to remove religious items from every government building. So, why are they even listening or participating in anything to do with religion by this Defense of Marriage Act. They, surely lost their position. They wanted it separated...well, it's separated. Closed discussion.
The deception is moving in strong so keep your faith and maintain your beliefs because they will be challenged. Don't underestimate this Moslem tactic. They are ruthless and will say and do anything to convert you. They will terrorize you not just with guns but with their words using whatever means and whoever to do it. Remember, God is watching and he will pass his judgment.]
post by Michelle Malkin on Prespectives
[I agree with Malkin, these are my people, too. If you read the past articles I've collected under 2008, there is a speech that the puppet is celebrated for, but it is pure anti-American. I'm from the South, I should know. Racism is a dead issue and has been for a long time. If you didn't live through riots in your middle school because of racism then you wouldn't know the difference. I don't consider myself white. (In fact, I check "other.") I'm from a French/Indian heritage and here in the Deep South, those of us that are natives, you don't know who is "really" not black, not Hispanic, not Indian by looking at our skin. We have it all down here and we are PROUD of it. The people Malkin writes about here, should be every American's hero. Here are some people to admire. Thanks Malkin for your bluntness. It's well appreciated.]
My fellow Americans, who are your people? I ask because U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, who is black, used the phrase my people in congressional testimony this week. It was an unmistakably color-coded and exclusionary reference intended to deflect criticism of the [the puppet] Justice Department’s selective enforcement policies. It backfired. In pandering to skin-deep identity politics and exacerbating race-consciousness, Holder has given the rest of us a golden opportunity to stand up, identify our people and show the liberal poseurs what post-racialism really looks like.
Herman Cain is my people. He’s my brother-in-arms. I’ve never met him. But we are family. We are kin because we are unhyphenated Americans who are comfortable in the black, brown and yellow skin we are in. We are growing in numbers—on college campuses, in elected office, on the Internet, on public airwaves, everywhere. And that drives liberals mouth-frothing crazy.
Cain is the successful Georgia businessman who has wowed audiences across the country with his passion for free markets, free minds and the American Dream. The former president of Godfather’s Pizza and forceful tea party speaker happens to be black. So he must pay the price that all minority conservatives in public life must pay. As I noted last week, a cowardly liberal writer recently derided Cain as a “monkey in the window,” a “garbage pail kid” and a “minstrel” who performs for his “masters.”
Race traitors. Sellouts. Self-haters. I’ve heard it for nearly 20 years in public life. Every outspoken minority conservative has. Sticks and stones may break our bones, but these spiteful epithets can’t enslave us.
Val Prieto is my people. A fierce, freedom-loving American blogger of Cuban descent, he rejects race-card games and refuses to be lumped in with Hispanic ethnic grievance-mongers. In response to pro-illegal immigration marchers who infamously desecrated the American flag, Prieto wrote—”I have never and will never, despite having many issues with the government of the United States throughout the years, burn a flag of the United States of America. I am Cuban by birth, American by the grace of God†. And a darned proud, dignified, thankful and respectful American….I refuse to be lumped together as a class or a race simply because we speak a similar language….I ain’t Mexican, I ain’t Latino and I ain’t Hispanic. I am an American of Cuban descent. And d***** proud of it.”
Katrina Pierson is my people. She’s a feisty young Texas mom and Dallas tea party activist who supports limited government principles and rejects left-wing identity politics. She confronted the NAACP last year with a rousing manifesto of political independence and rebutted the left-wing group’s attacks on the tea party as racist—”The reality is that we colored people no longer require the assistance from other Negros for advancement,” Pierson said. “These groups run to the rescue of distressed brown people only when the media deems it newsworthy. Meanwhile, there are inner-city black children who continue to grow up fatherless while sharing a neighborhood with stray bullets, drugs and a plethora of liquor stores on every corner….I don’t believe that the true meaning of this nation’s creed was to move black people from one form of slavery to another.”
The NAACP, she observed, is made up of “Democrats who bow to a Democrat master today as they once did over 200 years ago. Once this is realized by the forgotten society, race in this country will be as irrelevant as those who thrive off of it.” Amen, sister.
Allen West, a retired Army lieutenant colonel and freshman congressman from Florida who happens to be black, is my people. Unafraid to skewer progressive sacred cows, he speaks boldly against global jihad and its Fifth Column enablers screaming “Islam-o-phobe!” West has also nailed the Congressional Black Caucus as “a monolithic voice that promotes these liberal social welfare policies and programs that are failing in the black community, that are preaching victimization and dependency; that’s not the way that we should go.”
According to U.S. News and World Report‘s Kenneth Walsh, [the puppet] told guests at a private White House dinner that he believed the tea party movement had a “subterranean agenda” of racism against him. But Lt. Col. West summed up the movement’s transcendent, post-racial agenda forthrightly—”The tea party is a constitutional, conservative grassroots movement—and that’s it. The tea party stands for three things—they want to see effective, efficient constitutional government; they stand for national security; and they stand for free market, free enterprise solutions. That’s it.”
It’s government of, by and for the people—all the people. Not just the ones still shackled by reflexive Democratic Party loyalty. We are beholden not to our skin pigment or ethnic tribes, but to American ideals, tradition, history and faith in the individual.
Three, two, one…RAAAAACIST!
post from Newsmax
Freshman Rep. Allen West has written a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urging her to review Britain’s travel ban against conservative talk radio host Michael Savage. In May 2009, then-British Home Secretary Jacqui Smith said Savage was on a list of 16 persons banned from entry into the country because the government feared their views might incite violence. Smith said in a statement that Savage is “considered to be engaging in unacceptable behavior by seeking to provoke others to serious criminal acts and fostering hatred which might lead to intercommunity violence.”
West, a Florida Republican, said in his letter that Savage was put on Britain’s list with “ruthless criminals” and asserted that there is no basis for the British government’s action. “For a nation who believes in freedom of speech and press, I have a hard time understanding why such a high level government department would release this statement when there has not been one incident recorded in the United States regarding Dr. Savage instigating violence, let alone serious criminal acts,” West wrote.
[I can tell you why Savage is Banned from the UK—Moslems are taking over and they hate conservative Christians! It's no secret that the British parliament is the home of several Moslem "politicians. Read the news. Why keep it a secret? Why raise the questions? The "violence" Savage would create would be because the Moslems would begin it. Come on! Open your eyes.]
Others on the British list include former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard Stephen Donald Black and Hamas leader Yunis Al-Astal. Savage states on his website that Smith included his name along with “Russian skinheads imprisoned for murdering 10 immigrants and a Hamas terrorist who executed two Jewish parents and bashed in the head of their 4-year-old daughter.”
[I'm surprised that they don't let Hamas in because all the power countries give them money! How hypocritical of them!]
[West] goes on to say, “Contrary to the accusations of the former home secretary, Savage has never advocated violence and repeatedly has called for the lawful enforcement of America’s borders, language and culture.
[You have to see that this is only the first step for the Molems and a clear message on the hate of those who believe in one God†!]
Savage asks supporters to sign a petition addressed to the U.S. Congress calling for “the removal of Britain’s ban on Michael Savage. Savage’s show is heard on about 400 stations and has an estimated 8 million listeners a week, according to his syndicator, the Talk Radio Network. His book Banned in Britain chronicles his battle over the UK prohibition.
I found this post by accident “floating on a health care information site called Health Care Information“ I followed the web address of Aurelia Masterson, of Panama Law, which is the apparent author of the post. I don’t endorse Panama Law, sounds a bit shady, but the post here has some very good and truthful points points. I agree that this seems to be the steps that will happen in the near future. Keep an eye on Montana, Tennessee, Louisiana, and Texas. The citizens of these States are serious about being an American. I should know—I’m one of them. Learn more about the Firearms Freedom Act.
Tennessee Proposes New Gun Law Similar to Montana New Gun Law
Introduction—Tennessee legislators have started a bill that would exempt all firearms made in Tennessee from federal gun laws if the weapons were intended to remain in Tennessee. This is extremely similar to the new gun law already signed into law in Montana. Utah and other States intend to follow with a similar bill. This is a way to stop the federal government from doing any more gun control.
Implications—The media is saying this is a challenge for the federal Supreme Court to get involved. Think this is the media intending to soft peddle it. This type of legislation is intended to severely limit the powers of the federal government. So the media would have us believe that the Supreme Court will say sorry States you can’t do this and the States will say ok[ay] come take our guns away. Childish attempt on the part of the media to deceive us. The States would tell the Supreme Court what powers the Constitution allows for the fed and then go to secession if the court tries to expand these powers contrary to the Constitution. The States joined the union many years ago based on the powers the Constitution affords to the fed and all the other powers belong to the States. This was the contract and it had no specific expiration date after which the fed could do what it wanted. The fed according to the Constitution has no power to regulate firearms; the contrary is the case in that the right to bear arms is guaranteed. The fed can regulate interstate commerce that crosses State lines but has no power to control commerce within a State. These powers are quite cut and dried and above and beyond some judges twisted deceitful interpretation that meets their goals.
The Puppet and States Rights—The puppet is the dream President when it comes to this sort of legislation. He is quite inexperienced. He was a junior Senator for two years. Junior Senators are on no relevant committees and get to do not much. Some big money thrust him into the Presidency but that does not mean he knows what he is doing. He is indecisive, scared, has a mountain of problems and is hoping the country does not go into civil unrest. This guy can’t even come up with a birth certificate showing he is an American. His plans to fix things economically are idiotic. His advisors have backgrounds with the organizations that caused all the economic trouble to start with. Borrowing caused the trouble and he is trying to fix it with more borrowing. The puppet is good for something and Montana has figured out what he is good for and that would be the States taking back their rights and limiting the federal government powers according to the Constitution.
Wait until some State says he has no authority over them because he has no birth certificate to show he is an American. Military members are refusing to follow his orders based on this now. The puppet trying to ignore this birth certificate issue hoping it will go away is just another manifestation of him being the right guy to have in the White House for States rights movements. He has little popular support now and wait another six months to see how really unpopular he becomes. He breaks campaign promises like the best of them. He is accused of being a moslem and a non-American citizen. Hillary hates him and is just using him to get a shot at the presidency next election, so he has enemies within his ranks and this is not the sharpest pencil in the box to start with. He is going around yelling at the tax havens that accounted for about 1% of the economic damage that happened in the U.S.A. Gosh he wants a scapegoat real bad. Shame he can’t even pick a viable scapegoat. So, it looks like the puppet is doomed to failure. Let’s hope a lot of States can intensify his failure by severely limiting the power of the fed and/or seceding. This the bankers and his handlers do not want.
What About Secession—If the federal courts try to void out the States right concerning firearms or otherwise, the States will resort to secession. At some point the States may have to grab a gun to enforce their rights. The federal government is always out there first with guns offering a violent unilateral solution to problems. Try telling them to practice gun control and see how many guns they point at you fast. I would say Montana would be right there armed and ready to stick up for their rights. The puppet is not one to stand up to those standing up to him. Montana will win hands down if they as the saying goes “stick to their Guns.” The puppet would never do what Lincoln did and attack those States seceding from the Union. The States that secede will probably join together making new nations, eventually. So, the States are finally holding the feet of the federal government to the fire. Either the fed quits and behaves constitutionally (only in your dreams will this ever happen), or they ignore the States and let them do as they please (most probable outcome) or they go nuts like Lincoln and show their war monger nature and attack using police and/or military to force compliance upon the States trying to free themselves. The last alternative is very unlikely. This would let the cat out of the bag and people would see how evil they can get when they want something. The people in the U.S.A. would never forgive this and the military would probably never fight such a fight. Very unlikely. Secession is also what the States are relying on the counter martial law. Martial law would basically shut down the State legislatures and government. They do not want to be irrelevant. The States rights legislation allows for them to declare the federal government illegal and irrelevant in the event of martial law. They would then reorganize themselves and/or the other States under the Constitution thus seceding. This could be accomplished in a few days unless the feds sent agents to prevent the legislature from meeting. This of course moves the U.S.A. into a full illegal dictatorship role, which I doubt they would want to assume. Again look to them to do nothing since they do not have any good options.
Let’s Talk Taxes and Secession—How this would play is interesting. If the States secede for sure they are not going to assume their portion of the debt to the private bankers called the Federal Reserve Bank. This means the Federal Reserve Bank loses face. Their debt would be considered to be illegal gains as a result of their ponzi scheme called the Federal Reserve Bank, which is also a tax haven as well. The States that secede will of course start banks and rest assured there will be bank secrecy and numbered accounts. Further believe they will not share information with the U.S.A. who will probably be trying to collect back taxes from their constituents. More fun and games. New secret banking system and of course a new currency. You think that the puppet and Hillary can deal with this? Name one thing that they were right about so far? See what I mean.
Other Things to Look For
Money—The States will start to “coin” their own money in Gold and Silver. This is constitutional money. This is another fight the fed will not want because it will illuminate the unconstitutional nature of their money and of course its worthlessness. The puppet will look the other way on this. He is a supporter of fiat money and as long as the States do not go to fiat money he will not care.
Drugs—States will begin to legalize drugs. The legalization will vary from State to State. Generally expect personal use of “soft” drugs only. The fed will not like this. Fights will ensue similar to California and their legal medical marijuana.
Health Care—States will assert their right to alternative health care and begin to license all sorts of alternative health care providers. Much more than what is seen today.
Banks—States will begin to open banks that do not have FDIC and are not subject to any federal rules and regulations.