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Bible truth about money is being hidden from Christians by America’s 501c3 Pharisees posing as godly pastors

Dear Christian, please don't shoot the messenger just because the message may seem at first glance unpleasant to some. It has been my experience that silence does not remedy evil, to the contrary, silence enables evil. The maxim of human law is "Qui tacet, consentire videtur", which means "He who is silent is supposed to consent. The silence of a party implies his consent."(Black's Law Dictionary, 4th Ed.) I specifically do NOT consent to the evil I am describing here. Because I believe history is full of great individuals who taught us that silence in the face of evil is cowardice, I am rebuking PROVABLE, DOCUMENTED evil, along with it's perpetrators, promoters and followers per Lu 17:3 and Pr 28:23, Eph 5:6-7, Eph 5:11, Gal 6:7-9 and 1 Thes 5:21, and exhorting them, per Heb 3:13 and Heb 10:24-25, to do better.


Why Big Brother hates the Internet: How Ed Schultz destroyed his journalistic credibility

Today was a great day for learning some of the lessons the Internet can teach us. Today, in a proudly in-your-face style, Andrew Breitbart outed talking head Ed Schultz for the propagandistic liar he proved today that he is. In my book, Ed Schultz lost 100% of whatever little credibility he had. Depending on how long it takes for MSNBC to fire Schultz, that network may also lose whatever little credibility they had. This in a time when various polls show media credibility at an all time low with "news" consumers.

Immediately below is Breitbart's video — it speaks for itself — which may prove to be the undoing of Ed Schultz. In my view, it couldn't happen to a more deserving piece of Goebbelsian propaganda scum1. Karma, Eddie, toujours le karma!

NBC News Caught Red Handed ‘Selectively Editing’ & ‘ Doctoring’ Video to Smear Gov Perry as Racist - MRCTV video


Death of free speech? The treasonous "law enforcement" bureaurats in Renton WA think so!

One recent glaring example of what egregious lengths various and sundry police-state scum1 are willing to go to deliberately violate the 1st Amendment and suppress dissenting speech is found in the following linked news stories and videos. Five of the offending cartoons, in addition to being linked, are also embedded below for viewing convenience. Some of them are also embedded in the linked Seattle Times article. It seems some fascist2 politicians3 and bureaurats are slow learners when it comes to freedom of speech, hence your humble webmaster's decision to help spread the story and hopefully facilitate their learning process.

Cartoonist Targeted with Criminal Probe for Mocking Police with Online Animation - MRCTV video


Lyndon LaRouche: Debt deal very similar to German law that put Hitler in power

On Lyndon LaRouche's website, it says, "Stop Obama's Hitler Coup." In an interview with Alex Jones, Lyndon LaRouche said that the debt deal passed by Congress is very much like the law passed in Germany that brought Hitler to power and made him chancellor, thus facilitating total dictatorship of one-man rule. In fact, this situation is even worse, because, by the words out of his own mouth (and his wife's, see the video below), Barack Hussein Obama is not a "natural born" citizen of the United States. He is therefore unambiguously disqualified from serving as President of the United States.

Lyndon LaRouche: Obama to Become 'Führer', Like Hitler Did on August 2 if Debt Deal Passes!! 1/4 - YouTube video

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Australian economist, Steve Keen, Ph.D., Peter Schiff, and Professor George A. Selgin

Wow! Although I've been working steadily on the website, it's been almost four months since I posted a blog. That's probably due to all the yard work (greenhouse project) combined with all the manipulative and deceptive political rhetoric engaged in by both sides of the GOP/DEM duopoly. Recently most disgusting was the column by David Brooks titled "The Road Not Taken". Total B.S. The MSM appears to be "all in" on the "debt" fraud that is the current unconstitutional monetary system.

Be that as it may, I ran across an interview Max Keiser had with economist Steve Keen which inspired me to at least try to keep up with posting videos and articles I consider worthy of note. Hence the brilliant title of this post (hardee har har). Here Australian economist Steve Keen gives an extremely lucid lesson on Economics 101. He jokes that all economists (including himself) should commit harakiri. This is a genuine "must see" two-part interview for any person who wants to better understand the neofeudalistic "debt" fraud.

On the Edge with . . . Steve Keen (1/2) - YouTube video

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The Bayou Gardener

Well, boys and girls, spring has sprung and gardening time is here again! Our new greenhouse is coming along, and we got the irrigation ditches burned out and ready to be cleaned out with a shovel in time for the irrigation water to be turned in. For the first time, the grape patch is properly prepared so it can be mowed without hitting rocks or other debris and damaging the mower. No more unsightly six-foot-tall kochia weeds - Yay!

The Bayou Gardner is my favorite gardening website. I love these people. Just plain good-hearted, hard-working, fun-to-be-around, salt-of-the-earth people who happen to be great gardeners and, at the same time, also tech-savvy enough to run a terrific website, complete with YouTube channel for uploading videos and then linking them back to their website. These folks inspired me to get a used golf cart for a super handy get-around-the-farm tool to keep company with our handy-dandy Walker lawnmower. Wanna know something about gardening? Just bookmark their website, subscribe to their YouTube channel and start watching the videos. Wonderful entertainment. These people feel like long-time good friends even though we don't know each other from Adam. Be sure to check out their website and DVDs


Snyder v. Phelps - The U.S. Supreme Court sides 8-1 with the 1st Amendment & freedom of speech!


In a hugely important individual-freedom-friendly decision, the U.S. Supreme Court came down on the side of the 1st Amendment and free speech in the case of Snyder v. Phelps.

For the most part, the Vestigial Dinosaur Media (VDM, aka "MSM") has been a very real embarrassment regarding the story. For me, at least, there has been a total dearth of crucially informative facts. As may be expected, this dearth of facts has facilitated a whole host of incompetent and boring political commentary, most of which is dependent upon the particular agenda of any given self-perceived-as-brilliant pundit. For instance, until I read the 4th Circuit's Snyder v. Phelps decision, I didn't know that: "It was undisputed at trial that Defendants complied with local ordinances and police directions with respect to being a certain distance from the church. Furthermore, it was established at trial that Snyder did not actually see the signs until he saw a television program later that day with footage of the Phelps family at his son’s funeral." Apparently the Westboro protesters were more than 1000 feet away, and in compliance with police orders. Now THAT, combined with the fact Snyder apparently didn't even see the Westboro protesters' signs at or around the funeral, is a pertinent little tidbit of legal information, wouldn't you say?!


Lying Gubmint Scumbaggery, Whistleblowing & Free Speech

I'm 100% fed up with wannabe-clever Goebbelsian propaganda scum1, whether "left" or "right". It's long past time to clarify a few things that should be self-evident to all individuals with an IQ greater than their finger-and-toe total. For one thing, by definition, "politician2" = professionally skilled deceiver (aka liar). For another thing, the term "national security", as used in any remotely intellectually honest context, means things such as the top-secret step-by-step detailed plans on exactly how to build a so-called "suitcase nuke", it does NOT mean merely embarrassing a few narcissistic fascist3 politicians2 by publicly exposing their arrogant scumbaggery and lies to the American people.


On Heart Health, PDF Converter 7 Pro, & OmniPage 17 OCR Software

I learned an important new skill today: how to make a multiple-page pdf document from scanning a magazine article, and then linking it to my website. As I've said before, it is crucial to the individual-freedom side of the Culture War to be able to record and archive information, regardless of what format that information might currently be in (video, newpaper article, magazine article, online article, etc, and regardless of what kind of file (e.g. jpg, pdf, etc) it might be displayed in when you found it.

As you may know, this website is made using Drupal 5 content management system (CMS). I just purchased two new (to me) softwares, PDF Converter 7 Pro and OmniPage 17 (an optical character regonition [OCR] software). Additionally, I purchased online the invaluable little program, Image Converter Plus, which will quickly convert almost any type of file into virtually whatever type of file you need. The idea is to be able to create, manage, edit and link to my website Portable Document Format (PDF) files for the purposes of sharing valuable self-ownership-related information.


Michael Elliott Bamford, R.I.P.

One of my former guitar students, Michael Elliott Bamford passed on to his eternal reward on December 11, 2010. He was 17.

Mike, or "Mikey" as I liked to call him, was bright, quick, charming, witty, humorous, and unusually gifted musically. His mom, Kelly, told me that he also had an incredibly soft and kind heart for the suffering of others he considered less fortunate than himself. But in retrospect, I think the most unusual and noble thing about him was that I never heard him feel sorry for himself. Ever. I really don't think self-pity occurred to Mike even though he was desperately ill from both cystic fibrosis and leukemia. That's amazing to me, and so very different from so many people we all know. Of course, as a teacher, I related to him as if nothing was wrong, and there was nothing standing between him and whatever goals he might choose to pursue in his life.