Wednesday, April 04, 2012

IRS Insider Joe Banister Exposes Federal Reserve Coup and IRS Fraud

Joe Banister is the first and thus far only IRS Criminal Investigation Division Special Agent ever to conduct, while serving as a special agent, an investigation into allegations that the IRS illegally administers and enforces the federal income tax.

Call for protest in Syntagma, “It was not suicide, it was murder.”


So I won’t leave debts for my children” Pensioner shoots himself at Greek Parliament, refuses to 'search for food in garbage'. A 77-year-old Greek man has committed suicide in central Athens by the nation’s parliament, shooting himself with a handgun in apparent financial desperation.

'Israel treats harshly Palestinian inmates' - 'Al Khalifa proves worse than Israel'



Former Palestinian prisoner Hana Shalabi has called on the international community to support inmates who are on hunger strike in Israeli jailsInterview with Lauren Booth, a British activist.

Why Not Print More Money? + Funding Government by the Minute

If the government can print money, why doesn't it just print money and hand it out? Economics Prof. Antony Davies explains that understanding why money was invented can explain why it is not useful for the government to print money to give away.

Ron Paul: Legalize and Untax Gold and Silver!

West's foreign policy in Africa, a catalyst in Mali coup and White Men Murdering Unarmed African Americans

Frustration at the way in which Mali's president is dealing with a Tuareg uprising has led its military to take a dangerous gamble. It did not take long for the Libyan conflict to spill over borders in the Sahel region

Gerald Celente on the decline of Empire America

According to many economists, the days of the US dollar are numbered. As the currency weakens many countries that use the dollar are searching for alternatives. China is expected to be the top world economy in a matter of years. To add insult to injury, the BRICS countries have decided to lose the dollar and use their own currencies. So what does this mean for the US dollar? Gerald Celente, publisher of The Trends Journal, joins us for more. Source

Stefan Molyneux of Freedomain Radio on the Peter Schiff Radio Show

Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, tries to seduce Peter Schiff into going *all the way* - to a truly voluntary society. A spirited debate from the Peter Schiff radio show. Source

Copyright Terrorism - The Free Motion Quilting Project - Quilting Revolution? - Leah Day

Oh yes, it's high time I address this hot topic.  Of course, everyone has a different opinion when it comes to intellectual property rights, and you may or may not agree with mine.  As always, read if you want or go enjoy all the free designs I've shared so far (all of which you are free to use for whatever reason).

Copyright issues seem to be cropping up with increasing frequency in the quilting world and I for one would like to try to stem this flow, or at least open your eyes, to the very real threat looming for our craft.
What is this threat?  Where is it coming from?

It is coming from within our own ranks. Quilters with a certain penchant for copyright and legal wrangling are turning our open, creative craft into a mine field of rules, regulations, licensing, attribution, and copyright lockdown that it's enough to make anyone set down their rotary cutter and sell their sewing machine.

And these particular Copyright Nazis (I really can't think of a better name for them) are not just vocal, they are flexing their arm powerfully enough to include copyright notices within quilt shows.

Poland's Secret CIA Prisons Exposed - Alex Jones

Marc Faber, "The Ego of Mr. Bernanke has been Badly Inflated"


US President Barack Obama gave a speech accusing Republicans of "social darwinism" with budget cuts they are proposing, calling them antithetical to the country's history as a land of opportunity. But how much opportunity is there left exactly? We speak with Dr. Marc Faber, publisher of the Gloom Boom & Doom report. He says that wealth destruction and social unrest may be on the way for Western economies, whose citizens are being outcompeted by those in emerging economies who are willing to work harder and are far hungrier than Westerners are.

"The Broken Window Fallacy": Why Government Stimulus Spending Will Keep The Unemployment Rate High



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