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  • Those Blasted Presbyterians: Reflections on Independence Day

    07/04/2014 10:22:04 AM PDT · by ReformationFan · 15 replies
    The Chief End of Man ^ | 7-4-14 | Don Sweeting
    “We are subject to the men who rule over us, but subject only in the Lord. If they command anything against him, let us not pay the least regard to it.” Book Four, Calvin’s Institutes “I fix all the blame of these extraordinary proceedings upon the Presbyterians.” So one colonist loyal to King George wrote to friends in England. Around the same time, Horace Walpole spoke from the English House of Commons to report on these “extraordinary proceedings” in the colonies of the new world. “There is no good crying about the matter,” he said. “Cousin America has run off...
  • Gov. Bobby Jindal warns of rebellion brewing in U.S. against Washington, D.C.

    06/23/2014 8:51:48 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 9 replies
    The Examiner / The Associated Press ^ | June 23, 2014 | Joe Newby
    While speaking at the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s “Road to Majority” conference in Washington, D.C. Saturday night, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, a Republican, said President Obama and other Democrats are waging a war against religious liberty and warned that a rebellion is brewing as angry Americans are ready for what he called a "hostile takeover" of the nation's capital, the Associated Press reported. "I can sense right now a rebellion brewing amongst these United States," he said, "where people are ready for a hostile takeover of Washington, D.C., to preserve the American Dream for our children and grandchildren." According to...
  • Louisiana Gov. Jindal Claims 'Rebellion Brewing' Against Washington

    06/23/2014 1:12:44 AM PDT · by lbryce · 43 replies
    Fox News Politics ^ | June 22, 2014 | AP
    Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal on Saturday night accused President Barack Obama and other Democrats of waging wars against religious liberty and education and said that a rebellion is brewing in the U.S. with people ready for "a hostile takeover" of the nation's capital.
  • False Freedom...pt 3

    05/18/2014 7:02:54 AM PDT · by pastorbillrandles · 1 replies
    “While promising them liberty , they themselves are the slaves of corruption, for by what a man is overcome, by that is he brought into bondage” 2 Peter 2“Workers of the world unite! You have nothing to lose but your shackles!” Karl Marx“All the world over, so easy to see, that people everywhere just want to be free…”(The Young Rascals)We live in an age of revolution. Everywhere on this planet people have been “breaking off the shackles” in one “liberation movement” after another in the quest for that elusive goal, which is freedom. The American revolution was followed by the...
  • Rebellion In The USA - Protesters Attempt To Arrest Albuquerque Police Chief

    05/13/2014 9:15:57 PM PDT · by Nachum · 31 replies
    zero hedge ^ | 5/13/14 | Mike Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg blog,
    There is something very, very wrong with the Albuquerque, New Mexico police department, and the citizens have just about had enough. Before I get into the heart of this story, I need to provide you with a little background. The Albuquerque Police Department (APD) is well known for its outrageous and inappropriate use of violence. So much so that it has been under investigation by the Department of Justice, which wrote a letter to the Mayor of Albuquerque on April 10, 2014 condemning the police force. Here’s an excerpt from the letter: Based on our investigation, we have reasonable cause...
  • The War on Federal Bureaucrats Opens at Bundy Ranch

    04/16/2014 5:30:17 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 41 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | April 16, 2014 | John Ransom
    I love that picture from the Bundy Ranch. You know the one that I’m talking about: I’m talking about all of them. I love the horn-handed Cowboys, with real, honest trail dirt on them; I love the American flags; I love the sagebrush; and I love the rebellion-- as in civil, non-violent disobedience. And the question now is, where does this go? Rebellion typically starts after a period of lassitude and hopelessness in the face of overwhelming power. Populations spend years, even decades muttering under their breath about abuses of power, but feel ineffectual to enact real reform. Then...
  • Perry: ‘Time for a Little Rebellion’

    03/08/2014 2:06:58 PM PST · by Texas Fossil · 12 replies
    National Review ^ | March 7, 2014 9:31 AM | Andrew Johnson
    (Texas governor Rick Perry at CPAC) Perry took jabs at targets including New York, California, and the Department of Education, noting that common-sense governance has been absent not only from blue states but from Washington, D.C. “It’s time for a little rebellion on the battlefield of ideas,” the Texas governor said, paraphrasing Thomas Jefferson. “We don’t have to accept recent history — we just need to change the presidency,” Perry continued. “We must elect the right kind of leaders to represent us to Washington.”
  • The Ukrainian Uprising is a Rebellion, Not a Revolution

    02/26/2014 8:08:02 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 9 replies
    Townhall ^ | 02/26/2014 | Rachel Marsden
    PARIS -- Ceding to protestors' demands, Ukrainian parliament members voted last week to impeach President Viktor Yanukovych and hold early elections, which have been set for May 25. Online "slacktivists," keyboard warriors and various media outlets responded by breathlessly declaring the situation a "revolution" -- and in some cases even proclaiming it a successful one. Except that it isn't at this point. Far from it. Proponents of freedom and democracy would love nothing more than for Ukrainian citizens to fully control their own destiny. However, mere wishful thinking is no substitute for manifest reality, and semantics shouldn't replace substance. Otherwise,...
  • Catching Fire: my review

    11/30/2013 2:34:46 PM PST · by LS · 85 replies
    11/30/2013 | LS
    When I saw "The Hunger Games," I was sure there was a strong anti-government message that seemed closely related to our current situation in the USA. The newest episode in the trilogy, "Catching Fire," sharpens that message even further. Jennifer Lawrence is headed for a position as one of those generation-defining actresses, much the way Katherine Hepburn, Raquel Welch, and Meryl Streep were. I'm not talking acting talent, although it's pretty clear Jenny can act. I'm talking about the actress who most quickly comes to mind when you talk of the early 21st century. She delivers another excellent performance as...
  • ‘Catching Fire’ soars and skewers at the same time

    11/22/2013 4:27:13 AM PST · by Truth29 · 86 replies
    Boston Globe ^ | November 21, 2013 | Ty Burr
    Mission accomplished, and with the sequel, the gloves come off. “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” is a muscular, engrossing, unexpectedly bleak epic of oppression and insurrection, directed with dramatic urgency and a skilled eye by Francis Lawrence (“Constantine,” “I Am Legend”). Set in the fascist future state of Panem, the movie takes pains to show its young mass audience what living under a totalitarian dictatorship might look and feel like. But the sharpest aspects of “Catching Fire” — the parts that sting — play as an allegory for today. Very few people will take in this spectacle of a society...
  • Rebellion brews over O-Care fix

    11/19/2013 11:42:11 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 31 replies
    The Hill ^ | 11/19/2013
    The administration is risking rebellion from some Democrats in Congress if it fails to deliver on its promise to fix HealthCare.gov by the Nov. 30 deadline set by President Obama. By and large, Democratic lawmakers have held their fire to give Obama’s team space to fix the technical problems that have stalled the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. If the president’s team fails to deliver, Democrats will embrace legislation extending the law’s enrollment period or forcing insurance companies to continue offering plans that do not meet ObamaCare’s standards, according to Democratic aides. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D), whose home state...
  • Retired General: Some in Military Want to 'Take Out the President'

    11/01/2013 2:14:13 PM PDT · by don-o · 133 replies
    National Journal ^ | November 1, 2013 | Alex Seitz-Wald
    A former top general and current executive at the Family Research Council says members of the military have considered staging a coup d'état against President, but will not because of civilian control of the military. "People I've spoken to would like to see the military 'fulfill their constitutional duty and take out the president,' " retired Army Lt. Gen. William Boykin told World Net Daily, a website best known for pushing Obama "birther" conspiracy theories. "Our Constitution puts a civilian in charge of the military and as a result a coup would not be constitutional. You're not going to see...
  • Voter rebellion, tea party rebellion

    09/01/2013 12:46:04 PM PDT · by Jim Robinson · 149 replies
    Sept 1, 2013 | Jim Robinson
    <p>Just a reminder. The is a voter rebellion. The tea party rebellion. We are rebelling against business as usual in DC and against both major parties. The democrats have gone full-bore Marxist. The Republican GOP-e has gone full-bore statist. Very little difference liberty-wise, they're both anti-liberty. Neither party defends the constitution or our God-given liberty. They are ignoring the constitution and granting themselves dictatorial powers in the central government. We the people are basically at war against the ruling class. It's the tea party rebellion.</p>
  • Reclaim America (lyrics) [Happy Presbyterian Rebellion Day!]

    07/04/2013 9:40:44 PM PDT · by Alex Murphy · 3 replies
    "To Extremes" CD, Benson Records | 1994 | Degarmo and Key
    The doomsday sayers are crowding in the streets They say it’s over it’s too late Our land is crying We’ve sown, and now we reap But there’s a difference we can make As helpless as it seems our Lord can still redeem So don’t lose hope and don’t lose faith [Chorus] Stake your claim and reclaim America Stand your ground Stand up for the Lord Stake your claim and reclaim America I still feel it’s worth fighting for We all can see it the lights are dimming fast Our troubles just won’t seem to leave Our God in Heaven loves...
  • Preachers under fire: politics from the pulpit breaks the law, some say [Presbyterian Rebellion Day]

    07/04/2013 4:53:56 PM PDT · by Alex Murphy · 33 replies
    San Bernandino Sun ^ | 12/23/2012 | Josh Dulaney
    God created government. So preached Pastor Jack Hibbs of Calvary Chapel Chino Hills in the days leading up to the presidential election. Hibbs has joined with nearly 1,600 pastors across the country and about 140 in California in the Pulpit Initiative, a legal effort aimed at protecting the free-speech rights of pastors in the pulpit. Hibbs' sermons in a series called "Politics and Faith" may have been enough to let the church know which candidate he supported. Or at least who he didn't. He preached about politics and Israel. And politics and defending the pre-born. Hibbs was emphatic during an...
  • Calvin and American Exceptionalism (Happy Presbyterian Rebellion Day!)

    07/04/2013 3:51:04 PM PDT · by Gamecock · 5 replies
    New Republic.com ^ | JULY 9, 2009 | Damon Linker
    Once an idea is unleashed upon the world, there's no telling where it will lead. That is one lesson to be drawn from studying the astonishing influence of John Calvin's theology on the subsequent history of the world. Born five hundred years ago today, Calvin deepened the Protestant Reformation by building on Martin Luther's break from Rome, formulating a sternly ascetic version of Christian piety that, as Max Weber powerfully argued more than a century ago, inadvertently laid the psychological groundwork for the development of capitalism. Others have noted the surprising ways that Calvinist ideas helped to legitimize representative political...
  • Presbyterianism and the American Revolution in the Middle Colonies [Presbyterian Rebellion Day]

    07/04/2013 9:56:41 AM PDT · by Alex Murphy · 4 replies
    High Beam Research ^ | June 1, 2005 | Joseph S.Tiedemann
    After the Revolution, Thomas Jones, an embittered loyalist exile, identified the culprits he deemed responsible for the rebellion in New York: the Whig "triumvirate" of Presbyterians--William Livingston, William Smith, and John Morin Scott. Jones averred that in the Independent Reflector (1752-53) and Watch Tower (1754-55), which they authored, "the established Church was abused, Monarchy derided, Episcopacy reprobated, and republicanism held up, as the best existing form of government." The three wrote "with a rancor, a malevolence, and an acrimony, not to be equaled but by the descendants of those presbyterian and republican fanatics, whose ancestors had in the preceding century...
  • "A Scotch-Irish Presbyterian Rebellion"

    07/04/2013 8:40:22 AM PDT · by Alex Murphy · 20 replies
    Arctic Pilgrim ^ | April 2, 2013 | Justin
    When the American Revolution broke out, at least in the Scotch-Irish version of the story, the Ulster natives leaped at the opportunity to attack the British crown. "Call this war by whatever name you may. . . ," observed one Hessian officer, "it is nothing more or less than a Scotch Irish Presbyterian rebellion." King George allegedly called the conflict "a Presbyterian war," and another official stated that cousin "America has run off with the Presbyterian parson." The more I read on the history of America and the Scottish/English reformations, the more I am convinced that American liberty has...
  • THE 1780 PRESBYTERIAN REBELLION AND THE BATTLE OF HUCK'S DEFEAT

    07/04/2013 7:43:13 AM PDT · by Alex Murphy · 14 replies
    Coming predominantly from former homes in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia, the first permanent European settlers began arriving in the area west of the Catawba River during the 1750s. These settlers were overwhelmingly Scots-Irish Presbyterians who traveled here by way of the "Great Wagon Road." Allied by both blood and religious affiliations, the Scots-Irish pioneers moved through the Shenandoah Valley and the present-day towns of Winchester, Lexington, and Roanoke in Virginia, and eventually pushed south to Salisbury, North Carolina. From here they drifted southward along the Catawba into South Carolina. In order to set the stage for the 1780 Presbyterian Rebellion,...
  • John Calvin and the American Founding

    07/04/2013 6:28:51 AM PDT · by Gamecock · 41 replies
    Worldview Times ^ | Reed R. Heustis, Jr., Esq.
    The commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the birth of the great Geneva Protestant Reformer, John Calvin, took place this past July 10, 2009. Without question, Calvin was a giant among men used by God to rediscover and expound on biblical truth that long had been forgotten and rejected by Rome. His influence on all spheres of life is immeasurable, and today, his understanding of theology is making a huge comeback within certain quarters of the Christian community. However, what Americans do not realize immediately is that the birth of the American republic is steeped in Calvinist presuppositions, and perhaps...
  • Syria Traffic Goes "Dark" As Country Disappears From Internet

    05/07/2013 2:38:05 PM PDT · by SatinDoll · 36 replies
    Zero Hedge ^ | May 7, 2013 | Tyler Durden
    While there have been no new military attacks on Syria since Sunday morning, something more peculiar happened in the past few hours, when according to Akamai and various other Internet traffic trackers, Syria has literally gone "dark", or, as Umbrella Security Labs describes it, as if "Syria has largely disappeared from the Internet." Some more from Umbrella's blog: At around 18:45 UTC OpenDNS resolvers saw a significant drop in traffic from Syria. On closer inspection it seems Syria has largely disappeared from the Internet. The graph below shows DNS traffic from and to Syria. Although Twitter remains relatively silent, the...
  • Calling All Christians: Rebellion brings Civil War 2, and invasion by China/Russia/etc. (VANITY)

    03/17/2013 7:34:56 PM PDT · by ROTB · 89 replies
    Me | 03/17/2013 | Me
    Hello Brothers and Sisters in Christ –We need to seek Jesus with repentance (Acts 26:20), fasting (Matthew 9:15, Mark 2:20, Luke 5:35), weeping, and round the clock prayer, until God visits as he did in the Welsh Revival, after the Revolutionary War, and just before the Civil War, and throughout the 20th century. The USA is in serious trouble with the LORD. This should be apparent from … American Christianity has until the coming revival been in decline and is helpless against porn, divorce, sin, … Despite the LORD telling us in Matthew 5:13 to be "salt", the Church in...
  • Only Rebellion Can Save America

    01/27/2013 4:18:28 PM PST · by Codetrader · 187 replies
    New York Daily Sun ^ | Jan 25, 2013 | Lawrence Sellin
    Only Rebellion Can Save America The US federal government has strayed so far from the Constitution and the rule of law that it can now be considered rogue and illegitimate. Written by Lawrence Sellin The thoroughly irresponsible rate of government spending projected over the next twenty-five years will drive federal debt to unsustainable levels. The country is heading for a financial meltdown and economic ruin. The Republican Party is inept and impotent and cannot provide the necessary political opposition to the crimes and unconstitutional policies of the Obama regime or stand against the rampant voter fraud which is now polluting...
  • What you’ll see in the rebellion

    12/31/2012 9:54:19 AM PST · by marktwain · 116 replies
    bob-owens.com ^ | 28 December, 2012 | Bob Owens
    Let me explain, gun grabbers, how your confiscatory fantasy plays out. Let us imagine for a moment that a sweeping gun control bill similar to the one currently suggested is passed by the House and Senate, and signed into law by a contemptuous President. Perhaps 50-100 million firearms currently owned by law-abiding citizens will become contraband with the stroke of a pen. Citizens will either register their firearms, or turn them in to agents of the federal government, or risk becoming criminals themselves. Faced with this choice, millions will indeed register their arms. Perhaps as many will claim they’ve sold...
  • Rebellion Begins February 27th, Goodbye Republican Party

    12/29/2012 10:19:13 AM PST · by fantail 1952 · 36 replies
    Self
    Our Declaration of Independance in its first sentance, includes "it becomes neccessary to dissolve the political bands" will take on a new meaning startng February 27. There is a movement afoot to celebrate the fourth anniversary of Rick Santelli's tea party rant on the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live on CNBC television, which had the effect of spurring thousands, and then millions to form Tea Parties all across America, by re-registration of Tea Party members from Republican to indeependant.It is believed that a sudden drop of more than millions of GOP registrations will send a message to the...
  • Romney calls for arming Syrian opposition, as part of Middle East course change

    10/08/2012 3:19:52 PM PDT · by Blood of Tyrants · 20 replies
    FoxNews ^ | 10/8/12 | Unknown
    Mitt Romney called Monday for a change of course in America's Middle East policy, accusing President Obama of sitting on the sidelines in the face of a "profound upheaval" across the region. The Republican nominee pledged that, if elected, he would prosecute a far more engaged foreign policy, including helping to arm the opposition in Syria's bloody civil war. "Hope is not a strategy," Romney said. Romney spoke at the Virginia Military Institute in what was billed as a major foreign policy address. After aggressively challenging the incumbent on economics at last week's debate, Romney is looking to build on...
  • The Presbyterian Rebellion: An analysis of the perception [Happy Presbyterian Rebellion Day!]

    07/04/2012 7:20:58 AM PDT · by Alex Murphy · 20 replies
    Raynor Memorial Libraries at Marquette University ^ | January 1, 2005 | Richard Gardiner
    Abstract During the era of the American Revolution, King George III and his supporters perceived that the war was a "Presbyterian Rebellion." Why? The label "Presbyterian" was a much more ambiguous designation than it is at present. Employed broadly as a synonym for a Calvinist, a dissenter, or a republican, the term was used with considerable imprecision in the eighteenth century. Furthermore, it was used as a demagogic tool to inflame popular passions. The term Presbyterian carried with it the connotation of a fanatical, anti-monarchical rebel. Those who designated the war a Presbyterian Rebellion could be considered biased, partisan, and...
  • The Last Successful American Third Party

    04/23/2012 11:00:31 AM PDT · by xzins · 34 replies
    The Muser ^ | J. C. Adamson
    In Brief: The Republican Party began by electing members to Congress; it worked. The Republican Party didn't begin with Lincoln The last successful third party in American politics elected its first President in 1860. The party of course was the Republicans and the President was Abraham Lincoln. But the Republican Party didn't begin with Lincoln, and it didn't begin in 1860. Still, the birth of the Republican Party was meteoric by today's standards. They were organized on February 28, 1854, held their first convention on July 6, and elected forty-four Representatives and fifteen Senators in November (19% of the House;...
  • Why stay? President, Congress should just go home until after the election

    04/23/2012 8:49:33 AM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 6 replies
    Why stay? President, Congress should just go home until after the election By Judd Gregg - 04/23/12 05:44 AM ET The president is in full campaign mode. So is Congress. The federal government has been put into a holding pattern until the November elections. Like “Major, Major, Major” from “Catch-22,” it appears that although everyone in Washington is still there, no one is actually there. This being the situation, one might ask — Why don’t they all go home? They could leave Washington to the pundits and lobbyists. President Obama could go back to Chicago and campaign from there, reconnecting...
  • Courage and Inspiration, Across the Centuries

    04/20/2012 11:01:05 AM PDT · by jfd1776 · 3 replies
    Illinois Review ^ | April 20, 2012 A.D. | John F. Di Leo
    Reflections on the anniversary of Lexington and Warsaw... By April 19, 1775, the British armed forces had been occupying Boston, Massachusetts for almost seven years. Soldiers demanded room and board from the residents of this religious town, founded over a century before by immigrants seeking a safe and hospitable place to live and work and practice their quiet, respectable, honorable denomination. But the British grew ever more tyrannical in the 1760s, until soldiers were underfoot, on the corner, in the shops, in the Bostonians’ very homes. Their freedom – the liberty their ancestors had braved the dangers of ocean voyage...
  • This Level Headed FReeper is *NOT* voting for Romney (VANITY)

    04/10/2012 6:20:28 PM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 227 replies
    With all of the chicanery that the GOP-E has done over the last year, and helped the media to do over the last year, there's NO WAY I'm surrendering to these creeps. Romney is *NOT* our candidate! He's their candidate, we're NOT REPUBLICANS! We are conservatives and constitutionalists FIRST. We believe in small government! Not this big government crap that Romney has peddled for the better half of the last decade or two, and I certainly can't do any more nose holding at the ballot box. Voting for a big government republican is the real world equivalent of cutting off...
  • State lawmakers demanding feds handover land

    03/26/2012 8:11:03 PM PDT · by Rabin · 6 replies · 38+ views
    azstarnet ^ | March 26, 2012 | AP Staff
    Another "sagebrush rebellion" is brewing with Arizona possibly laying claim to 25 million acres of federal land. Supporters of the modern day land grab say federal agencies have mismanaged the land and blocked access to natural resources while depriving the state of jobs and revenue from businesses ready to develop those resources. The state says if the feds fail to do so by 2014, the state will begin sending the federal government property tax bills.
  • Trump’s Paper Tiger Rebellion Against Conservatives

    02/04/2012 9:54:05 AM PST · by sheikdetailfeather · 48 replies
    In the spring of 2011, Donald Trump threatened to start a revolution within the Republican Party, appealing to the naive among Tea Partiers by promising to take on President Obama as no one else could. All too many members of the conservative media, including even some highly reputable ones, took his nonsense seriously.
  • New Santorum ad calls for "Rebellion" against the Republican establishment

    01/18/2012 6:33:50 PM PST · by Antoninus · 49 replies
    Here's Rick Santorum's latest ad, and in my opinion, it's his most powerful broadside against Mitt Romney and the Washington establishment. REBELLION This comes on the heels of another Santorum ad that does exactly what the Not-Romneys should all be doing--demonstrating that there is no difference between Romney and Obama. EASY ANSWER These hard hitting ads should put to rest any ideas that Rick Santorum is running as a stalking horse for Romney or for the Vice Presidential slot. Santorum is doing exactly what many of us hoped he'd do--hit Romney hard, again and again. Win or lose, you've got...
  • What will the Thetans say? Top Scientologist launches rebellion over church leader's 'alterations

    01/03/2012 10:14:11 AM PST · by Nachum · 19 replies · 1+ views
    Daily Mail ^ | 1/3/12 | Graham Smith
    A senior Scientologist has condemned the controversial religion's leader for turning the organisation into an autocratic, heavy-handed fundraising machine. Debbie Cook, one of the most respected members within the Church, sent a shock email denouncing chairman David Miscavige to 12,000 Scientologists just minutes after midnight on New Year's Day. She accuses him of turning the Church, which numbers celebrity followers including Tom Cruise and John Travolta, into a tyrannical regime in direct conflict with the doctrine laid down by founder L Ron Hubbard in the 1950s. Writing under a banner of 'Keep Scientology Working', Mrs Cook called out
  • Tea Party Nation poll shows 52 percent will vote for Romney if he is GOP nominee (Look out Pubs!)

    10/22/2011 5:32:31 AM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 128 replies · 1+ views
    The Hill ^ | October 21st | Alicia M Cohn
    Most self-affiliated members of Tea Party Nation, one of the largest national organizations for the grassroots conservative movement, would vote for Mitt Romney as president if confronted with a choice between him or President Obama, according to a poll of members released to The Hill on Friday. The group surveyed its members this week in an informal poll posted at the group’s website. The question asked was: If Romney is the GOP nominee, what will you do in the general election? Fifty-two percent of about 1,150 respondents said they would “hold their nose” and vote for Romney if he becomes...
  • Socialism, Communism and Cultural Marxism: Spiritual Diseases of Our Time

    10/22/2011 1:58:37 AM PDT · by spirited irish · 33 replies
    Renew America ^ | Oct. 22, 2011 | Linda Kimball
    "In 1919, Georg Lukacs became Deputy Commissar for Culture in the short-lived Bolshevik Bela Kun regime in Hungary. He immediately set plans in motion to de-Christianize Hungary. Reasoning that if Christian sexual ethics could be undermined among children, then both the hated (traditional) family and the Church would be dealt a crippling blow, Lukacs launched a radical sex education program in the schools. Sex lectures were organized and literature handed out which graphically instructed youth in free love (promiscuity) and sexual intercourse while simultaneously encouraging them to deride and reject Christian moral ethics, monogamy, and parental and church authority. All...
  • After the Riots

    09/13/2011 9:13:10 PM PDT · by Razzz42 · 4 replies
    ...Nonetheless, the most memorable line that ranks perhaps within the top ten of all of Shakespeare's work, is the famous line spoken from this rebellion "The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers." (King Henry VI, part II, Act IV, Scene 2, Line 72). What is misunderstood regarding this line is that today people place it in the modern context of all lawyers. In those days, the only person allowed to have a lawyer was the king, never the defendant. The lawyer for the king is what we distinguish today as the PROSECUTOR. Thus, what is really being...
  • Obama’s ineligibility: Prepare to defend America – As the scam unravels (Col. Lawrence Sellin-ret)

    08/04/2011 10:23:41 PM PDT · by STARWISE · 19 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 8-4-11 | Lawrence Sellin
    In Barack Hussein Obama’s America, ordinary Americans exercising their Constitutional rights are considered “terrorists”, simply because they oppose his radical agenda. Obama’s contempt for us knows no bounds. His plan to suppress us is no longer constrained by the Constitution and the rule of law. Or so he hopes. *snip* To facilitate the suppression of free speech and other Constitutional rights, the Obama White House has unveiled a new domestic terror strategy, which will be useful against Tea Party malcontents and supporters of Sarah Palin or Michele Bachmann. According to the plan, local communities around the country are best suited...
  • Cannes 2011: Peter Fonda encourages his grandchildren to take up arms against President Barack Obama

    05/21/2011 11:29:13 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 65 replies
    The London Telegraph ^ | May 22, 2011 | Richard Eden
    Lars von Trier, who was banned from Cannes for praising Hitler, was not the only one making unsavoury comments at the film festival. Peter Fonda, the star of Easy Rider, suggested to Mandrake that he was encouraging his grandchildren to shoot President Barack Obama. “I’m training my grandchildren to use long-range rifles,” said the actor, 71. “For what purpose? Well, I’m not going to say the words 'Barack Obama’, but …” He added, enigmatically: “It’s more of a thought process than an actuality, but we are heading for a major conflict between the haves and the have nots. I came...
  • The Sticky Note Campaign

    04/30/2011 4:39:04 PM PDT · by TheConservativeCitizen · 26 replies
    The Constitution Club ^ | 04-30-11 | The Rat
    “HOPE AND CHANGE” PROTEST GAINS MOMENTUM ACROSS THE COUNTRY Tens of thousands of ordinary Americans are joining in a silent protest against Barack Obama by placing sticky notes on gas pumps, grocery shelves, and anywhere else that will get your attention. Clever, huh? Simple too. That’s what makes it so ingenious; it’s not destructive, it’s cheap, and anyone can do it. The campaign’s Facebook page has over 65,000 friends, as is growing by leaps and bounds. The protest has gone viral, and is getting run on various other sites as well. Good ol’ grassroots politics. So here’s the deal: Grab...
  • Mr. Prudent: Obama Preaches Deficit Sanity (Ard's Call To Arms Thread)

    04/14/2011 6:35:39 AM PDT · by arderkrag · 13 replies
    Time via Yahoo! News ^ | 04/14/11 | JOE KLEIN
    "This is one of the most important debates that we can have," President Obama said at the close of his much anticipated speech about the federal-budget deficit. He is absolutely right, although his speech didn't add much to the conversation in terms of specifics. Unlike Republican Congressman Paul Ryan's recent budget plan, Barack Obama's proposed no radical restructurings or curtailments of brontosaurus-size programs like Medicare or Medicaid. Unlike some of the other plans floating about, and there are scads of them, his didn't propose gimmicky new revenue-raising schemes like a national sales tax. Indeed, Obama didn't add much to the...
  • Wedding Royale: Kate Middleton’s name game

    04/06/2011 9:13:52 AM PDT · by Jemian · 12 replies
    Yahoo and ABC News ^ | April 6, 2011 | Joao Costa
    The bride-to-be is getting a new title, but what will be her last name? The latest installment of the ABC News-Yahoo! News "Wedding Royale" video series looks at Kate Middleton's name after marriage.Click this link for the video.
  • Former Member of Parliament Arrested for Putting Up Banners for Khalistan

    04/04/2011 8:45:55 PM PDT · by TBP · 1 replies
    Facebook ^ | April 1, 2011 | Dr. Gurmit Singh Aulakh, President, Council of Khalistan
    WASHINGTON, D.C., April 1, 2011 -- On February 27 in Jalandhar, former Member of Parliament Sardar Atinder Pal Singh, President of the Shiromani Akali Dal (Khalistani), was arrested along with four other members of his party while putting up banners supporting Khalistan. He was putting up the banners in preparation for a press conference about Khalistan. Sardar Atinder Pal Singh was elected to Parliament in 1986 as an independent from Patiala. Those arrested along with Atinder Pal Singh included Bibi Kamaljit Kaur, Sardar Waryam Singh, Sardar Jagtar Singh and Sardar Amandeep Singh. They were charged with sedition. They were released...
  • Libyan rebels announce interim government

    03/23/2011 9:18:19 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 18 replies
    UPI ^ | 03/23/11
    Libyan rebels announce interim government Published: March. 23, 2011 at 11:54 AM BENGHAZI, Libya, March 23 (UPI) -- Rebel leaders in Libya announced they formed an interim government bent on maintaining the unity of the country, a spokesman said Wednesday. Fighters loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi are attacking rebel positions in the country despite international forces enforcing a no-fly zone under a U.N. Security Council mandate.
  • Serbia, arms dealer to Libya, silent on rebellion

    03/05/2011 7:54:10 AM PST · by Traianus · 9 replies
    AP, Google ^ | 03-05-2011 | AP
    BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — As Libya churned with popular rebellion, Serbia's ex-president flew to Tripoli to arrange an interview with Moammar Gadhafi for a Serbian TV channel — giving the Libyan leader a platform to bluster about his grip on power.
  • Budget Deficits, Pension Plans, And The Seeds Of Rebellion

    02/20/2011 5:42:50 PM PST · by blam · 2 replies
    The Daily Reckoning ^ | 2-20-2011 | Joel Bowman
    Budget Deficits, Pension Plans, And The Seeds Of Rebellion By Joel Bowman 02/20/11 Buenos Aires, Argentina – “Is the world finally cracking up?” we wondered aloud in these pages earlier this week. From the look of events unfolding across the volatile Middle East and North Africa region, it certainly seemed so. Governments are toppling, buildings are ablaze and protesters are “speak-to-tweeting” their way to freedom…of a sort. But what about closer to home, back in the belly of the empire? It’s one thing for far-flung outposts to collapse, for the “uncivilized,” “unwashed” masses beyond the gates to storm their capital...
  • They Did It

    02/15/2011 5:40:21 PM PST · by Attention Surplus Disorder · 11 replies
    The New York TImes ^ | February 12, 2011 | Thomas Friedman
    In the end, President Obama made a hugely important but unintended contribution to the democracy revolution in Egypt. Because the Obama team never found the voice to fully endorse the Tahrir Square revolution until it was over, the people in that square now know one very powerful thing: They did this all by themselves. That is so important. One of the most powerful chants I heard in the square on Friday night was: “The people made the regime step down.”
  • Panel OKs health care rebellion (Idaho)

    01/27/2011 3:39:14 PM PST · by Domandred · 2 replies
    A House panel voted Wednesday to provide a full hearing for Idaho’s bill to nullify new federal health care laws. A motion to print the bill for further review passed the House State Affairs Committee 15-4 along party lines, with Republicans voting for and Democrats voting against pursuing the measure. The committee will decide later if the bill will go to the House floor for a vote. Canyon County area lawmakers Rep. Brent Crane, R-Nampa; acting Rep. Gayle Batt, R-Wilder, and Rep. Carlos Bilbao, R-Emmett, all voted to have the bill considered. Democrats questioned how much the bill might cost...
  • WHERE ARE WE HEADED?

    12/22/2010 8:45:03 AM PST · by Louis Foxwell · 29 replies
    vanity | 12/22/10 | Louis Foxwell
    We have an Executive and a Legislative branch run amuck. When coupled with a preponderance of Supremes who similarly exchew original intent can there be any hope of maintaining Constitutional government?