January 31, 2012 in Uncategorized

American Policy Center’s President Tom Deweese has been actively educating Americans over the years about Agenda 21.  Please read his latest petition to Speaker Boehner.  Please sign the petition and share with friends. Thank you.

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Mitt Romney Exposed: I will cut Defense waste to pay for Obamacare

January 30, 2012 in Uncategorized

This is Unbelievable!!!!!!

Appearing in Panama City Beach, Florida Mitt revealed he has no intention of repealing Obamacare and will cut “waste in the Department of Defense” to pay for ObamaCare! The crowd shouts, “No!”

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Global Warming Debunked by a Major Repository for Data Supporting Man-Made Global Warming

January 30, 2012 in Uncategorized

The Global Warming fiction has been Debunked by Scientific Data that was released by the very institutions that propagated the myth.

As you may know, the  Climate Research Unit of  the University of East Anglia is a major repository for data supporting the idea of man-made global warming.

Last week,  the United Kingdom’s National Weather Service the Met Office,  in conjunction with  the University of East Anglia Climatic Research Unit  released data readings from more than 30,000 measuring stations.  

Analysis of the data confirms that the rising trend in world temperatures ended in 1997 and that the earth has not warmed for the past 15 years

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Today We Owe More Than We Have – 1,002 days since the Democrat-controlled Senate Pass A Budget

January 26, 2012 in Uncategorized

On Cavuto, Sen. Johnson Discusses Debt Hike, Missing Senate Democrat Budget

WASHINGTON, January 26–Sen. Ron Johnson appeared on “Your World with Neil Cavuto” today to address today’s vote to allow the debt ceiling to increase, as well as the ongoing refusal of Senate Democrats to produce and publicly present a budget plan (it has now been 1,002 days since the Democrat-controlled upper chamber has done so).

When Are They going to follow The Constistution!!!!

Indiana House approves right-to-work legislation

January 26, 2012 in Uncategorized


After several walkouts and delays, the right-to-work vote bill passed the House 55-44, Wednesday. It now moves to the Senate for final approval.

Governor Mitch Daniels has said he would sign it. That is expected to happen in the next few weeks.

 Unions Disruption Video.

Several Republicans did side with Democrats in voting against the measure. A few others did not vote, citing a conflict of interest.

“People voted their conscience and this policy is moving forward,” said House Speaker Brian Bosma, R-Indianapolis, moments after the vote.

Democrat Minority Leader Pat Bauer, D-South Bend, who has been leading the fight in the Indiana Statehouse, had even harsher words for those who voted to pass the bill.

“Shame on you,” said Bauer. “There should be shame on anybody that wants to take away the living wages, the living wages of families.”

At points Wednesday afternoon, shouts from protestors drowned out the debate. Representatives went back and forth, taking turns making their arguments for and against the bill.

Democrats requested the issue be put on a ballot so voters could decide whether unions would still be able to collect dues from all employees of a business. Republicans said workers should have a choice whether they want to be represented by that union.

“Obviously it’s disappointing that the House members didn’t hear their constituents, didn’t really allow a process that constituents could be heard in,” said Nancy Guyott, president of the AFL-CIO.

Union workers plan on maintaining a presence at the Statehouse until the Senate makes its final decision. When asked about a rally during the Super Bowl, Guyott didn’t answer with a yes or no, instead she said her focus was on the Senate now.

“We know that some Senators are still taking in information, taking in the opinions of their constituents. We’re going to be there to make sure that they understand what it means to, to our families.”


It’s a fight that has captured national attention. States in the South and West have tended to adopt right-to-work laws, but Indiana would become the first Rust Belt state to do so — a notable move because the area has traditionally maintained a strong union presence.

Indiana has been a right-to-work state before. A Republican-led General Assembly approved the law in 1957. Then, in 1965, when Democrats took control of the House and Senate, they repealed it.

Obama, Brewer Have Tense Exchange in Arizona

January 25, 2012 in Uncategorized

CHANDLER, Ariz. — President Obama and Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer had what was described as an intense encounter on the tarmac after the president arrived in the Grand Canyon state on Wednesday.   Brewer greeted the president as he arrived off Air Force One, as governors often do when the president visits a state, and handed him a letter that she described as a “welcome” note to the state, and an invitation to talk about a comeback for her state.   Obama put the letter in the limo before going to greet Arizonans waiting nearby.   The Republican governor later told pool reporters accompanying the president  that Obama brought up that he was a little disturbed (her wording) by the book she published last year called “Scorpions for Breakfast.”  In the tome, she said the president was “patronizing” in a one-on-one meeting about border security.    At the time, in media interviews she described it in a more positive light.   Obama disagrees with that portrayal and the impression that he didn’t treat her cordially.   The White House says the president is willing to meet with her again and looks forward to discussions about how to improve Arizona’s economy.   Reporters who witnessed the exchange more closely described that the two spoke “intensely” and chatted longer than the typical meet and greet on the runway. The pool report also says Brewer was pointing her finger at him at one point and they seemed to also being talking over one another in another instance. Obama also appears to be walking away from her while they were still talking, and she later said didn’t finish her sentence in the exchange.   “And I said… ‘I have all the respect in the world for the office of the president, but the book is what the book is,'” Brewer told reporters after Wednesday’s encounter.   She said when asked that she wasn’t thrown off by the president bringing up the book, but that she thought they probably should have talked about something like jobs.   Lastly, the governor summed up their relationship, saying, “We both love our country…and we just fundamentally disagree in how getting there. In closing I asked him…I said my offer still stood to come back and go to the border with me and that I would buy him lunch.”   The two have disagreed in the past over how to handle issues related to border security, and also Arizona’s controversial and stringent immigration law.

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Politicians Who Received Money for SOPA Vote

January 25, 2012 in Uncategorized

Politicians Who Received Money for SOPA Vote

Here is a list of politicians in favor of the bill known as SOPA and PIPA and the amounts of money they received from the SOPA backers who bought their favor in voting yes for both bills.

The Winners are:

Money Received from Pipa Sponsors:

Sen. Charles Schumer [D, NY] $864,265

Sen. Harry Reid [D, NV] $665,420

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand [D, NY] $556,525

Sen. Barbara Boxer [D, CA] $544,424

Sen. Patrick Leahy [D, VT] $416,250 (head sponsor of pipa btw)

Sen. Michael Bennet [D, CO] $347,406

Sen. Roy Blunt [R, MO] $341,700

Sen. Robert Portman [R, OH] $337,525

Sen. Richard Burr [R, NC] $275,950

Sen. Patty Murray [D, WA] $272,750


Money Received from Sopa Sponsors:

Sen. Harry Reid [D, NV] $3,502,624

Sen. Charles Schumer [D, NY] $2,648,770

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand [D, NY] $2,080,651

Sen. Barbara Boxer [D, CA] $1,431,843

Sen. Scott Brown [R, MA] $1,364,872

Sen. Robert Portman [R, OH] $1,363,009

Sen. Patrick Toomey [R, PA] $1,291,744

Sen. Michael Bennet [D, CO] $1,019,172

Sen. Mark Kirk [R, IL] $911,296

Sen. Patrick Leahy [D, VT] $905,310

More bill support withdraws since this article was posted:
Sen. Charles Grassley (R-IA) Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) Rep. Frank Guinta (R-NH) Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL)S en. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) Rep. Nita Lowery (D-NY)

Our American Economy is at the Brink of Calamity

January 25, 2012 in Uncategorized


While our national media attempts to choose a Republican Standard Bearer against a Socialist Obama Regime, Greece’s civil unrest continues to escalate. After months of rioting and anarchy, a desperate  Grecian government is about to force their sovereign bondholders to take a ‘Voluntary’ 70% haircut, ala General Motors, on Grecian Sovereign Debt.  

Meanwhile, Standard & Poors, which analyses sovereign debt for financial risk, has downgraded France and eight other euro-zone countries’ Bond Ratings. Their downgrades on January, 13th have sparked renewed global worries about Europe’s ability to bail itself out of its deepening financial crisis.

Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services stripped triple-A ratings from France and Austria and downgraded seven others, including Spain, Italy and Portugal. 

The downgrade to France, the European Unions (EU’s) largest economy, will make it difficult and more expensive for their bailout fund to help troubled states, because the fund’s own triple-A rating depends on those of its constituents, most of whom been downgraded. EU’s bailout fund is headed for another crisis in March

In 2010, Greece’s Debt to GDP %  was 142.7, Italy 119, US 94.36, France 82.33, and  Spain 60.12. In August 2011, The U.S. debt surpassed 100 percent of gross domestic product after the government’s debt ceiling was lifted.

In the meantime the World Bank on January 18th  quietly downgraded the Global Growth Forecast while our national printed and cable media once again failed to publicize the report to the American public.

 They downgraded the Global Growth Forecast from 3.6% to 2.5%. The US Growth Forecast was downgraded from 2.9% to 2.2% and the Eurozone from 1.8% to -0.3%. The Eurozone crisis will eventually spill over into the US economy. Hans Timmer, head of development projects at the World Bank said that, This will be a very slow recovery and it will take many, many years before the damage done by the great recession and the damage done by the imbalances created in a boom period before the recession are undone.”

These economic tremors will have an effect on the US economy since we are the major contributor of funds to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) which has been supplying loans to the Eurozone countries like Greece, Italy and Spain in order to stem their possible sovereign defaults.

The slowdown in Europe will surely affect our exports which will further slow our economy and jobs. Other tremors are our enormous debt that consists of Government debt of $15T, Financial debt of $17T, Corporate debt of $11T and our Consumer debt of $14T for a total debt bubble of $57T.

Along with our debt burden is a demographics issue wherein we will begin to  see a downward trend in aggregate spending as our population ages. That is to say as and our population between 50 and 60+ years of age increases while our population between 18 and 50 years of age decreases. Studies have shown that the 50+ age group tends to spend significantly less than the 18 to 50  age  groups.

All of these factors portend for a very difficult US economy in 2012 and if we don’t relief in 2013, in the form of a new president and a new economic direction away from socialism, we will be well on the “Road to Serfdom.”


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Romney adviser Norm Coleman predicts GOP president won’t repeal health law

January 24, 2012 in Uncategorized

By Julian Pecquet – The Hill
 01/24/12 10:51 AM ET

Mitt Romney adviser Norm Coleman, a former senator from Minnesota, predicted the GOP won’t repeal the Democrats’ healthcare reform law even if a Republican candidate defeats President Obama this November.

“You will not repeal the act in its entirety, but you will see major changes, particularly if there is a Republican president,” Coleman told BioCentury This Week television in an interview that aired on Sunday. “You can’t whole-cloth throw it out. But you can substantially change what’s been done.”

Coleman’s remarks are remarkable because every Republican candidate — including Romney — has vowed to make repealing the law a priority. Coleman is also the chairman of the American Action Network, which has urged the courts to strike down the law’s individual mandate and its Medicaid expansion.

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Today Marks The 1000th Day that the US Senate has failed to pass a budget

January 24, 2012 in Uncategorized

1,000 days without a federal budget

Call Them  Today & Tell Them to pass A Budget Today!!!!!!

Jan 24, 2012

Obama administration delays release again ( last Year Obama Budget Fail 0 to 97 votes)

Today marks the 1000th day that the US Senate has failed to pass a budget. Budgets are something that most Americans encounter, whether in their homes, in their jobs, in their businesses, or in their community groups, etc. The purpose of a budget is to lay out a guideline for revenues and expenditures, so that one can have a forecast of the year to come. It is no wonder our elected officials can’t seem to balance the budget and get our fiscal house in order. There is no budget; no guide to even point them in the right direction. In fact, they can’t find the “BOLDNESS” to cut even $1 from the federal budget! In an economic environment where many Americans are out of work, losing their jobs, and struggling to find jobs, it is unacceptable that the members of the US Senate have been allowed to go on without completing a basic function of their jobs for nearly 3 years!

Sen Scott Brown

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Sen John Kerry

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