Taking America Back From The Insane



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48 Responses to Taking America Back From The Insane

  1. hskiprob says:

    This will solve many of our problems. The Keshe Foundation, founded by Dr. Keshe, a nuclear physicist is giving away for “free” the plans to make them. They are 2 kWh Plasma Amplifiers he calls a Magrav which stands for Magnetic Gravitational Plasma system. I know it sounds a bit phony, but from all appearances, it is not. I’ve spent the last day and a half watching his presentations on what it is and how to make it and have been following him for quite a while. Shouldn’t cost more than a few hundred dollars to build. You can also buy one, if you are not willing to build it yourself. $1,500. because they are labor intensive and some of the money goes to something else. The plans are also on YouTube and his site, the keshe foundation. A bunch of people are already showing their work on YouTube as well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNJuuEVdLOw

  2. au1corsair says:

    Who was that “top ROTC” graduate and when? Was it ROTC (college student) or Junior ROTC (high school)?

    The world wonders…(quote from a message sent during the Battle of Leyte Gulf)

      • AndyG55 says:

        I take it the other guy is Obama?

        Sorry, not really up on USA political stuff

        • Ernest Bush says:

          Obama himself said he stayed home smoking dope instead of attending classes at Harvard. It explains a lot about his inability to think rationally, particularly about foreign policy.

          Desperate to destroy Ben Carson, the media are complaining that he wasn’t bad enough.

        • AndyG55 says:

          Explains his base-level ignorance on most issues and subjects, as well.

    • rah says:

      “the world wonders” was supposedly “padding” and not part of the actual message Nimitz sent to Halsey asking where the fast battleships were. But when the commo people transcribed it they included it as if it was part of the message. At least that’s the US Navy’s story and their sticking to it though I have my doubts.

  3. hocuspocus13 says:

    …and has sealed his records…

  4. mogur2013 says:

    And here we have science meeting politics. Politics of a presidential candidate defending his murderous intent towards a close relative that he refuses to name, his attempt to bash in his own mother’s head with a hammer, and his attempt to maim a friend with a heavy padlock. He decries anyone who tries to refute his murderous nature with accusations of ‘journalist lynching’. He is proud of his fabricated violent nature, which feeds into his narrative of an ‘epiphany towards non-violence’.

    I don’t know how much grain he can store in his pyramid of lies, but give me someone who used to smoke pot, please. Give me someone who wants to extend healthcare to as many Americans as possible. Not someone who equates healthcare for the disadvantaged with slavery.

    • Aila says:

      Give you? You’ve got it. Why the sour face then.

    • David A says:

      You are making zero sense. Dr Carson tells of a teen struggle with a violent temper, likely strongly influenced by his environment.

      He overcame it through effort and his faith. He in no way indicates he is proud of his teen anger. The O on the other hand is full of angst, and clearly proud of it, and he enjoys killing as well.

      • AndyG55 says:

        “You are making zero sense”

        That’s MoreGit for you.. hallucinogenic fuelled rants. 🙂

      • AndyG55 says:

        Wouldn’t surprise me if Obama still enjoys a good toke quite often, even now.

      • mogur2013 says:

        “Dr Carson tells of a teen struggle with a violent temper”. What he tells appears to be bullsh*t. It doesn’t really matter, now, because most Americans know that he is making it all up. If you believe him, then good on you. But the rest of the country knows that he was simply embellishing his story to look like someone who overcame his teenage angst. If you actually believe that he was so violent in his youth, then why is he now sleeping through his campaign? At any rate, he is no longer a contender, period.

        Obama was ‘mentored’ by a radical communist? Like most college students, Obama had some friends that were very radical. What evidence is there that Obama was tutored by Bill Ayers, a guy that happened to live near Obama and met him once or twice? They have not even spoken since college days, so that righty-tighty conspiracy about them plotting a violent overthrow of the government together is just so much chutzpah.

        • David A says:

          Bill Ayres was not believed to be his tutor during his youth. Now you think Carson made up stories, and you have no evidence of this. His ROTC record is real. My own daughter had numerous verbal offers to apply at disparate Universities, acceptance a mere formality. She choose not to, and went to Oxford. (BTW, just my view, but a damm waste of money for a liberal indoctrination.)

    • Justa Joe says:

      Don’t you mean have Americans subsidize the health insurance of other Americans under the auspices of a massive federal bureaucracy causing health insurance premiums to significantly increase in another unsustainable government ponzi scheme?

      The term “extend healthcare” seems a tad vague.

      • hskiprob says:

        Justa Joe, Don’t you know its your moral obligation to pay for other peoples heathcare insurance, their and their families healthcare, their children’s schooling, their Sect. 8 housing, 48.8 million on food stamps, their personal defense, their fire protection, the roads and bridges they travel on, airport security and the regulators to protect them from mean old unscrupulous business people. Of course, if you refuse, they put you in jail for not paying your fair share.

        I think you should maybe consider having a bunch of children out of wedlock so you’re lady can get all the available benefits, pretend you’re poor, can’t get a job, your mentally or physically disabled because of back pain and go on every single government program you can. Between you and your gal and a little side work under the table you would do better than most making $50K. I see a bunch of people doing this and they seem happy. You can get free food, housing, welfare for the children, free schooling and food for them, etc. etc.

        I myself am a libertarian and have taken a oath not to do any of these things so therefore I don’t collect any welfare from the government and just work my ass off and try to pay as little taxes as possible so I can survive. It not easy watching others reap the benefits of my hard work while I just barely survive.

        • Neal S says:

          While its “not easy watching others reap the benefits of my hard work while I just barely survive” I would hope you have few problems sleeping at night. I realize that not everyone is the same, but I know that if I was on the dole, my conscience would not allow me to rest easily. One of the things my father taught me, was to never do anything that would make it hard for me to sleep at night due to a troubled conscience.

        • Jason Calley says:

          Hey Neal, I am a bit confused by your comment. Is it possible that you misread hskiprob’s post?

        • Neal S says:

          What aspect of my comment was confusing? I would rather not have people being given entitlements by big governement which is taking money from those who are working. I for one would not feel right living off others hard work, while doing nothing productive myself.

        • rah says:

          Neal S.
          Those people, the takers, have lost their ability to see the difference between right and wrong in that aspect. The result of generations of being taught they are “owed” a living.

        • Jason Calley says:

          Hey Neal! I was confused by “I would hope you have few problems sleeping at night.” Was that directed at hskiprob personally? I took his opening bit about “Don’t you know its your moral obligation to pay for other peoples heathcare insurance, etc…” as sarcasm, not as an accurate statement, especially since he ended with “I myself am a libertarian and have taken a oath not to do any of these things so therefore I don’t collect any welfare from the government and just work my ass off and try to pay as little taxes as possible so I can survive.”

          I may be missing some nuance that went over my head… Oh well, no big issue, I was just confused.

        • Jason Calley says:

          Ah! Wait… “I would hope you have few problems sleeping at night.” Got it… I need new glasses. (Wish I could afford them.) I thought you were implying that the deserved to “have a few problems”.

          Never mind… (blush)

        • Neal S says:

          I also took that initial bit as sarcasm as well. I am firmly opposed to government taking some peoples hard earned money to redistribute it to people who do not work. While it may be hard watching others benefit from your own work, on the bright side, your conscience may be clear. For me, one of the benefits of a clear conscience is being able to sleep easily. And I realize that other people may have trouble sleeping despite having a clear conscience. That is why I wrote “I realize that not everyone is the same …”. And yes, the “hope you have few problems sleeping” was directed at hskiprob personally. It was clear to me that hskiprob works rather than being on the dole.

  5. hskiprob says:

    Neal S. of course I have trouble like many people today sometimes sleeping at night. We are in the 1/3 of Americans that are living at or near the poverty line. Of course we are all deadbeats. Luckily I have a pretty good work ethic, have a small business doing commercial property inspections and just wrote a book exposing IRS fraud and corruption. http://betweentheheadlines.net/the-achilles-heel/ What are you doing to sleep so well?

    • Gail Combs says:

      I have trouble sleeping because I am watching my country circling the bowl as the Progressives and Rinos keep pulling the flusher.

    • Neal S says:

      I commend you for having a pretty good work ethic. I like to think I have a good work ethic myself. One of those things that helps me sleep well, is that I do not collect government handouts. Another thing is that I have generally not allowed my sleep to be bothered by those things outside my control. I am not totally immune to needless worry, as I do have occasions of insomnia, but I count the years between these, as opposed to those who might count occasions per year.

      • hskiprob says:

        I have always been very socially minded, not a socialist. I even ran for Florida State House once and got 7,600 votes but still lost. As a believer in free enterprise, it is hard to sell people on the theory that I should represent them, when I think most things governments do, are redistribution of wealth schemes so they can give money back to their wealthy campaign donors through various government contracts, grants, jobs to their kids, uncle etc. It’s why the Libertarian party will never win an election. Politics is about how to collect money through some sort of tax policy and deciding what to do with that money and oh yea, how much of that money is going to needed to get reelected. This is just one of the reasons why every democracy in history has eventually failed. The point is Neal S. is, this political “reality” has to change or this democratic republic will fail. Is it a reality we can change. So far no, but I think it can.

    • Jason Calley says:

      Hey hskiprob! Yes, kudos to you. I make a slightly better than average salary but my wife and I are still forced to live frugally. Why? Because the majority of my pay is taken by governmental force. Well over 50% of my income disappears in taxes, and we live on what is left. There are all the normal taxes and some extraordinary property taxes as well. My wife and I have saved over the years and have managed to acquire some fairly valuable property — much of it bought cheap and made more valuable by long hard work on our part. The result? Higher and higher property taxes with each valuation. The taxes and regulatory incentives are backwards today and consequentially people are getting poorer and more dependent.

      Oh, and I have never taken a dime of governmental handout since I started working as a teenager mumble mumble decades ago.

  6. hskiprob says:

    Neal S. are you a tax consumer or tax producer?

    • Gail Combs says:

      That often depends on your age.

      • hskiprob says:

        Gail, that’s funny, but what I meant is where does he get his money from. Does he work for the government or military industrial complex, does his company have a government contract to make signs for the government or does he receive government grants to do research? These are all tax consumers. Their money comes from directly or indirectly from some government redistribution policy. They do not produce wealth, their money comes from others who produce the wealth and pay taxes which they get a percentage from. The taxes they pay are just giving back some of the money they received from the wealth other people created. For instance, I argue that a military jet fighter although it is produced by a private company whose profits are taxed, what that company produces should not be a part of Gross Domestic Product. It a social expense. That company is a Tax Consumer not a tax producer. The money they get to produce that fighter jet comes for the tax payers, they just give some of it back to the treasury in the form of taxes. Why tax government employees? So they can give the money right back. Wouldn’t it be easier and better just to pay them less money.

        • Jason Calley says:

          I like the way you think.

        • Gail Combs says:

          I figured out several years ago at least half the working age folks are in that category. Got to include lawyers, accountants, safety engineers… anyone who deals with government compliance as well as welfare SS armed forces and bureaucrats.

          To calculate Gross Domestic Product on these salaries is a fraud, since as you say they are tax consumers.

          I was looking at it from the non-wealth producers point of view.

        • hskiprob says:

          A CPA that specializes in tax return preparation or financial planners who advise people on tax avoidance strategies. There may not be that many people interested in really abolishing the IRS. Lol

        • hskiprob says:

          It is nice to see a women who thinks in economic terms. Not that many of you and surely not enough. At the Libertarian Party meetings when I was a Party member years ago, there would be one women for every 15 to 20 men. Go figure, it was the Republicans where you can find the most politically active women. Most were looking for jobs or men. More women are democrats but most aren’t politically active. Obviously I’ve been a Party Member in all three Parties, Lol.

        • Gail Combs says:


          I have always loved math and science. It is only since I woke up to the deliberate mess being made of this country that I have become more political and started paying attention to all the various pieces.

          Most people rather keep their eyes closed and hope it will all go away.

    • Neal S says:

      I earn a living programming computers and I pay taxes on what I earn. As I said, I realize that not everyone is the same. Those things that I have little or no control over, do not keep me up at night.

      • hskiprob says:

        So Neal S are you a tax producer or a tax consumer?

        • Neal S says:

          The company I work for is privately held and is over 75 years old, and to the best of my knowledge has no government contracts. I have never worked for the government and to the best of my knowledge none of those companies I have worked for have had government contracts.

          I realize that if everyone worked for the government directly or indirectly, that everything would come crashing down. I wish more people understood that.

        • Gail Combs says:

          “I realize that if everyone worked for the government directly or indirectly, that everything would come crashing down. I wish more people understood that.”

          Words of Wisdom.

      • hskiprob says:

        In my book I show both material and circumstantial evidence, the IRS has been “erroneously” collecting a Federal Individual Income Tax from Citizens of these great 50 States since 1944. I’m being legally nice by using the word erroneously. It appears there’s quite a bit of fraud going on in both the Judiciary and by prosecutors. One Judge actually dismissed a case that where he was the defendant. He dismissed his own case. You can’t make this kind of stuff up. A good friend of mine was the plaintiff.

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