I don’t necessarily agree with Dr. Deagle on everything, but he has a lot of information that Americans should be privy to. I was looking forward to hearing this Coast to Coast AM interview with host, George Noory.
Then just hours before the interview, I saw his name replaced on the Coast to Coast schedule.
But all things considered—in George Noory’s defense—if George exposed too much, and didn’t have enough seriously disinfo programs (like he really does have), he would no longer be host on this widely listened to Clear Channel program.
So although it’s easy to become disappointed with some of George’s priorites, at least some of the truth is getting out over the public radio waves—which sometimes happens on Coast to Coast in a big way.
Like last night, when a creationist, scientist spoke the truth about how Genesis 1-11 can be totally trusted [However, my personal opinion is that the Noah’s ark discovery info was disinfo, as I think Ron Wyatt already discovered it]. And the guest who replaced Dr. Deagle, Kathryn Albrecht was outstanding! George even pledged that he would tell the truth about the microchips and the Mark of the Beast as long as he is on radio.
So despite some of the negatives, I’m very thankful for George. In many ways he’s a true gentleman and is probably taking the show as far as Clear Channel will let him.
Every once in awhile he’ll have a really great show. And so far this week he’s had two! And Steve Quayle is scheduled to be on tonight. So three great shows this week—which is very rare for Coast—in my opinion! Sometimes, for weeks it seems it’s very much yucksville.
I try to look at the schedule regularly to see if anything good will be on.
Power to the people—sort of!
From: Clay and Iron
Tonight , Feb 26th 2008, hours before a scheduled interview on CoastToCoastAM radio with George Noory, Hours 2, 3 and 4, I was called at the last minute by Lisa Lyon of CoastToCoastAM Radio cancelling at the last moment…my show interview on Tuesday, Feb 26th 2008, from 11 PM Feb 26th to 2 AM Feb 27th 2008.
From: Prison Planet
Congressman Ron Paul slammed Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke during a House Financial Services Committee meeting today for following a policy of deliberately destroying the dollar and wiping out the American middle class.
From: Financial Times
The diversion of water to Beijing for the Olympics and for big hydropower projects threatens the lives of millions of peasant farmers in China’s north-western provinces, according to a senior Chinese government official. …
Beijing will need an estimated 300m cubic metres of additional water just to flush out the polluted and stagnant rivers, canals and lakes in its central areas to put on a clean, environmentally-friendly face for Olympic visitors, according to municipal officials.
From: World Net Daily
In a ceremony that received virtually no attention in the American media, the United States and Canada signed a military agreement Feb. 14 allowing the armed forces from one nation to support the armed forces of the other nation during a domestic civil emergency, even one that does not involve a cross-border crisis.
The agreement, defined as a Civil Assistance Plan, was not submitted to Congress for approval, nor did Congress pass any law or treaty specifically authorizing this military agreement to combine the operations of the armed forces of the United States and Canada in the event of a wide range of domestic civil disturbances ranging from violent storms, to health epidemics, to civil riots or terrorist attacks.
Ron Paul Austin Rally coverage on KTBC FOX 7
“We’re never on national news. We can have a crowd five, six, ten thousand people. it never makes the national network.
If another candidate did that? I mean there’s other candidates who would have 300, and it would be on national news.
So you get marginalized there. You get marginalized in the debates.
Basically, I had 1/3 the time the other ones had.”
Transcribed by Jeff Fenske
Ron Paul Supporters Rally at UT (Austin, TX)
What brought you out here today?
“I want to honor Ron Paul.
I think he’s probably the most courageous man
in this country—
maybe in this World.”
From: News with Views
… The moneychangers of Jesus’ day were the equivalent of the international bankers of our day. With the consent and approbation of the Jewish leaders, these bankers set up shop in the Temple. Their purpose was to exchange whatever currency the Jewish worshipper brought with him or her into Jewish currency, which would then be used to purchase whatever sacrifice the worshipper required. Of course, the exchange rates benefited only the bankers and Jewish leaders (and Caesar, who collected a tax on the exchange, of course). For everyone else, the system was nothing more than legalized extortion.
When Jesus saw what the bankers were doing, He was incensed. And throughout the Gospel narratives, this is the only occasion where Jesus is recorded as resorting to violence. He made a scourge (or whip) and drove the bankers out of the Temple by force and destroyed their tables, along with their records, receipts, etc.
It is too bad that today’s pastors and Christians do not share Jesus’ disdain for the current generation of moneychangers, because it is the moneychangers who are in the process of destroying these United States of America–and our pastors and Christians either do not see it, or, if they do see it, do not seem to care. Continue reading “Pastor Baldwin: Moneychangers Destroying America—And Christians Don’t See It”
It is not necessarily the notes you’re playing.
It’s not necessarily where you went to school,
how much you studied, who your teachers were.
It’s what you can take from your heart
and convey it to the other person.
– Gregg Allman
Transcribed by Jeff Fenske from:
Tom Dowd and the Language of Music, video documentary
Although this has some sad in it,
these overload photos
are mostly fun and very amazing!
From: MSN Money
Now scientists have finally completed research that shows ethanol is not only bad business but also bad for the environment. According to news reports, the latest issue of Science magazine highlights studies showing that biofuels produce more greenhouse gas emissions than fossil fuels when all of their production inputs are accounted for. …
Two studies shows that replacing fossil fuels with corn-based ethanol would double greenhouse gas emissions over the next three decades. The studies show that switchgrass, an alternative to ethanol that’s more weed than plant, would boost emissions by 50%.
How? It’s because, as I described in my piece, so much energy is required to fertilize, harvest and refine the fuels. It’s also because the growing of fuel plants replaces the growing of vegetation that actually consumes harmful greenhouse gases.
From: Shadow Government Statistics
Have you ever wondered why the CPI, GDP and employment numbers run counter to your personal and business experiences? The problem lies in biased and often-manipulated government reporting.
In the first graph, the red line turns to blue because that’s when the “Federal” Reserve stopped publishing the M3 (money in circulation) figures.
A report just released by the Acting Chair of the Coroner’s Council has shown natural medicines have the lowest fatality rate of all medical treatments in this country.
Despite extensive research, coroner Dr Wallace Bain found no deaths have occurred in this country due to natural medicines such as vitamins, minerals and herbal products.
Dr Bain, who is also a trained pharmacist and lawyer, undertook the study in light of growing opposition to new legislation that will see New Zealand’s natural health industry come under Australian laws.
The safety of natural products is often sited as a reason for the need for such a move.
Comments about McCain
“He [has] betrayed conservatism in the name of bipartisanship, but actually in the name of trying to serve his own presidential ambition. And that includes the McCain-Feingold bill, a direct assault on freedom of speech, on the ability of conservative grassroots organizations to raise money, on their ability to communicate with the electorate.”
Continued Keyes, “[McCain] has made a determined effort to shut down true democratic self-government in this country, so that people can’t organize, can’t raise money, can’t associate, and can’t communicate about the records of their representatives. And that kind of assault is a deadly blow against the possibility of self-government and constitutionalism in America.”
“And we’re just supposed to forget about it now,” Keyes said, “and listen to his words that his pollsters tell him he’s got to say to please and placate people, but I don’t think people are that stupid. I really don’t,” Keyes said.
“The same is true of the border security issue,” Keyes remarked. “[McCain] fought tooth and nail against the Minutemen and others who wanted to see the barriers put up and border security assured. Instead, he promoted an amnesty bill that would have devastated the sovereignty of the American people and would have produced demographic changes that confirm the invasion that, in effect, has taken place on our nation’s territory and soil.”
Said Keyes, “And now he wants us to believe, ‘Oh, I’m in favor of strong border security, because I know you people won’t vote for me if you know the truth.’ Are we that stupid? …
Remarks about Huckabee
… “People started getting in touch with me some months ago, and saying that our big hope is Mike Huckabee, the governor of Arkansas, he’s pro-life. And then I started looking at his record, and it turns out that he’s a liberal on everything else — expanding the size of government in Arkansas; raising the taxes in Arkansas by a net of a half a billion dollars; expanding, as I said, this amnesty mentality, rather than defending our borders and our sovereignty; defending the big government takeover that actually was represented by a lot of the Bush policies on education, rather than championing school choice and the kinds of things that will put control back in the hands of parents and local communities, where it belongs on education.”
From: Natural News
The diagnosis of children with bipolar disorder increased 40-fold in the time period between 1994 and 2003, a new study published in the Archives of General Psychiatry has revealed.
Bipolar disorder, formerly known as manic depression, is a term applied to a condition in adults in which a person swings between severe manic highs — characterized by high energy, little sleep, and frenetic activity — and depressive lows, characterized by not only negative emotions such as sadness, anger and guilt, but also by disrupted sleep and eating patterns, irritability, chronic pain and even suicidal thoughts. Diagnosis of children with the disorder was very rare until the mid-1990s….
From: Yahoo! News
WASHINGTON (AFP) – The head of the audit and investigative arm of the US Congress announced his resignation Friday, citing “real limitations” on what he could do.
David Walker, 51, a respected voice on fiscal matters, said he was making an early departure from the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) to head a new public interest foundation. …
He had warned that the US government was on a “burning platform” of unsustainable policies and practices with fiscal deficits, chronic healthcare underfunding, immigration and overseas military commitments threatening a crisis if action was not taken soon.
There were “striking similarities” between America’s current situation and the factors that brought down Rome, he had said.
These included “declining moral values and political civility at home, an over-confident and over-extended military in foreign lands and fiscal irresponsibility by the central government.”
From: Prison Planet
A Pastor has come forward to blow the whistle on a nationwide FEMA program which is training Pastors and other religious representatives to become secret police enforcers who teach their congregations to “obey the government” in preparation for a declaration of martial law, property and firearm seizures, and forced relocation.
In March of this year the Pastor, who we shall refer to as Pastor Revere, was invited to attend a meeting of his local FEMA chapter which circulated around preparedness for a potential bio-terrorist attack, any natural disaster or a nationally declared emergency.
The FEMA directors told the Pastors that attended that it was their job to help implement FEMA and Homeland Security directives in anticipation of any of these eventualities. The first directive was for Pastors to preach to their congregations Romans 13, the often taken out of context bible passage that was used by Hitler to hoodwink Christians into supporting him, in order to teach them to “obey the government” when martial law is declared.
Barack Obama’s top economics adviser is a member of the super-secret Skull & Bones society of Yale University, of which George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush, and John Kerry are also members, reliable sources confirmed tonight. …
By adding the infamous Skull & Bones secret society to his campaign roster, Obama, who bills himself as the candidate of change and hope, has attained a prefect trifecta of oligarchical and financier establishment backing for his attempt to seize the nomination of the Democratic Party for 2008. Obama’s main overall image adviser and foreign policy adviser is Zbigniew Brzezinski, the co-founder of David Rockefeller’s Trilateral Commission, and the mastermind of the disastrous Carter administration. Obama’s wife Michelle is reputed to be closely linked to the Council on Foreign Relations. Behind the utopian platitudes dished up by the Illinois senator, the face of the Wall Street money elite comes into clearer and clearer focus.
From: Think Progress, 2/18/08
CURRY: You don’t agree with that? It has nothing do with the economy, the war — spending on the war?
BUSH: I don’t think so. I think actually the spending in the war might help with jobs…because we’re buying equipment, and people are working. I think this economy is down because we built too many houses and the economy’s adjusting.
From: Booman Tribune
It’s no secret that Barack Obama is one of the top recipients of corporate campaign contributions in this election — in fact, he’s number two in the U.S. Senate behind Hillary Clinton for payoff money from the health insurance and pharmaceutical industries (which explains his successful gutting of health care reform while “serving” in the Illinois state senate).
But the blatant dishonesty and hypocrisy go a bit deeper than that. …
What Obama has done is pull a sleight-of-hand trick. By avoiding direct contributions, he manages to appear as though he is keeping his promise not to accept money from federal lobbyists. But in actuality, he is still taking it from the lobbying firms. He gets away with it by claiming that he is taking individual contributions from those not registered as lobbyists. Technically true, but it’s a cheat: the money is instead going through middle men, employees of lobbying firms who can operate under the proverbial radar.
BARACK OBAMA (D)
Goldman Sachs — $421,763
Ubs Ag — $296,670
Lehman Brothers — $250,630
National Amusements Inc — $245,843
JP Morgan Chase & Co — $243,848
Sidley Austin LLP — 226,491
Citigroup Inc — 221,578
Exelon Corp — 221,517
Skadden, Arps Et Al — $196,420
Jones Day — $181,996
Harvard University — $172,324
Citadel Investment Group — $171,798
Time Warner — $155,383
Morgan Stanley — $155,196
Google Inc — $152,802
University of California — $143,029
Jenner & Block — $136,565
Kirkland & Ellis — $134,738
Wilmerhale Llp — $119,245
Credit Suisse Group — $118,250
From: Jones Report
Willie Nelson re-iterated comments first made on The Alex Jones Show about the implosion of the World Trade Center twin towers on 9/11, telling Democracy Now that he has questions about the official story.
From: Anchorage Daily News
DeWitt, who works on a state road crew, was driving a loader up the Haines Highway about 7:30 a.m. Friday when he overheard a radio conversation about a moose stuck in the ice near Mile 15.
He figured Fish and Game would handle the situation, but when he arrived 45 minutes later, he found the animal smashing itself against the ice, trying to ram its way out of a hole midway across a 100-foot channel.
“(Fish and Game) didn’t know what to do. I decided to take the bull by the horns. It was right out there in the middle of God and everybody,” said DeWitt, who was joined by other motorists who’d seen or heard of the situation, including Mike Kinison and freelance wildlife photographer Ron Horn.
The cow’s thrashing expanded the size of the hole and eliminated thin ice, giving rescuers confidence in the strength of the ledge that remained. At first, the moose rebuffed help attempts, swimming away when rescuers drew near. Eventually, she seemed to warm to resident Bud Stewart, lifting her head up out of the water to his outstretched hand and allowing him to pet her several times on the nose.
Using a rope Stewart brought from his house, the men lassoed the cow’s snout and eventually got a line around her neck.
“She never made a peep or a snort or gave us a foul look or nothing. She just laid there as peaceful as can be,” DeWitt said.
World Affairs Brief, February 22, 2008. Commentary and Insights on a Troubled World.
Copyright Joel Skousen. Partial quotations with attribution permitted. Cite source as Joel Skousen’s World Affairs Brief
SUDDENLY THE MEDIA IS INTERESTED IN RON PAUL–AT LEAST IN HIS DEFEAT
This week NPR radio had the forthrightness to read two letters from listeners critical of their coverage of Ron Paul. In essence both said, “You didn’t give Ron Paul the time of day during his active campaign for President and now you do a major story on him because he has a primary challenge to his Congressional race. It seems like you are only interested in his defeat!”
Yes, the establishment has put up a neo-con “conservative” to challenge Rep. Paul for his Congressional seat: turn-coat Chris Peden who used to speak highly of Ron Paul. Thomas Woods provides some interesting background on how this challenge came to be. Continue reading “Skousen: Suddenly the Media is Interested in Ron Paul—At Least in His Congressional Seat Defeat”
“I think [of] the analogy of turning around an aircraft carrier.
It takes time [to change the direction of America].
You don’t turn on a dime, and people can’t expect us to do that.”
“The sooner we get back to normal relations with Cuba,
the better it is for both of us.”
– Ron Paul
From: USA Today
Even before a gunman killed six people and injured more than a dozen others in a lecture hall at Northern Illinois University, a small but growing movement had been underway at universities and state legislatures to allow students, faculty and staff to carry guns on campus.
Twelve states are considering bills that would allow people with concealed-weapons permits to carry guns at public universities. The efforts were sparked by the Virginia Tech massacre last April.