Thursday, March 28, 2013

Keiser Report: Plunderball - New Euro Banking Game (E424)

Keiser Report: Plunderball - New Euro Banking Game (E424)

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Senators Cruz, Lee, and Paul Promise to Protect the Second Amendment

Senators Cruz, Lee, and Paul Promise to Protect the Second Amendment
While the globalists at the United Nations confer on how best to disarm Americans, Senators Ted Cruz (R-Texas, shown, left), Mike Lee (R-Utah, shown, center), and Rand Paul (R-Ky., shown, right) are standing up for the Second Amendment.
The trio sent a letter on March 22 to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.), informing him that they would oppose any legislation infringing on the constitutionally-protected right of Americans to keep and bear arms as set out in the Second Amendment.
The Senators say they “intend to refuse consent to adopt the motion to proceed and will decide if further action is necessary....” Although the word isn’t used in the letter, in legislative parlance “further action” signals their determination to mount another marathon filibuster should the Second Amendment be threatened by a gun control bill.
On his website, Senator Paul published the text of the letter to Reid:
Dear Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid,
We, the undersigned, intend to oppose any legislation that would oppose on the American people's constitutional right to bear arms, or on their ability to exercise this right without being subjected to government surveillance.
The Second Amendment to the Constitution protects citizens' right to self-defense. It speaks to history's lesson that government cannot be in all places at all times, and history's warning about the oppression of a government that tries.
We will oppose the motion to proceed to any legislation that will serve as a vehicle for any additional gun restrictions.
Cruz posted a message on his website laying out his commitment to the cause of checking attacks on the Second Amendment.
Rather than restricting the rights of law-abiding Americans, we should be focusing on violent criminals. Unfortunately, the Obama Administration has not made it a priority to stop violent criminals from acquiring firearms; for example, in 2010, out of more than 15,700 fugitives and felons who tried to illegally purchase a firearm, the Obama Justice Department prosecuted only 44.

The Corbett Report | Monsanto Protection, Kerry+Karzai, BRICS Bank

The Corbett Report | Monsanto Protection, Kerry+Karzai, BRICS Bank

The Corbett Report | Interview 636 – Charlie McGrath on the Left/Right Paradigm

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Interview 636 – Charlie McGrath on the Left/Right Paradigm

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Charlie McGrath of joins us today to discuss the left/right political paradigm. We talk about how this political divide-and-conquer tactic has been used to keep like-minded people apart for generations and what we can do to help break down the barriers to new ways of thinking that we all erect around our political ideologies.

Video: Large-scale military drills in Black Sea following order from Putin

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Monsanto Protection Act Signed by Obama | Farm Wars

Monsanto Protection Act Signed by Obama | Farm Wars
Trojan HorseBarbara H. Peterson
Farm Wars
Read it and weep. The CEO of corporate America, on Tuesday, March 26, 2013, signed into law, the Monsanto Protection Act, which is section 735 of H.R. 933.

Statement by the Press Secretary on H.R. 933

On Tuesday, March 26, 2013, the President signed into law:
H.R. 933, the “Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act, 2013,” in which Divisions A through E provide fiscal year (FY) 2013 full-year appropriations through September 30, 2013, for the Departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Defense, Homeland Security, Justice, and Veterans Affairs, as well as the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the National Science Foundation, and other related agencies; Division F provides for further continuing FY 2013 funding through September 30, 2013 for the remaining projects and activities of the Federal Government funded through discretionary appropriations not covered in Divisions A through E; and Division G includes across-the-board reductions for FY 2013 discretionary appropriations contained in Divisions A through F to assure compliance with the discretionary spending limits.

Web slows under 'biggest attack ever'

Web slows under 'biggest attack ever'

Sen. Menendez bounces back after would-be sex scandal

'We died when Obama indefinitely detained us' - Gitmo inmate

Help with Chronic Pain
More than 50 million Americans suffer with chronic pain, so it stands to reason that at least a few of your students are also facing that difficult and uphill battle. And chronic pain doesn't just hurt in the physical sense. According to Steven D. Feinberg, M.D., a professor at Stanford University School of Medicine, it can also be responsible for loss of sleep, weight gain, anger, depression, despair and irritability. So how can you help the chronic sufferers in your classes relieve and manage their pain?
In this issue of My Yoga Mentor, Medical Editor Timothy McCall offers advice on how to teach students suffering from chronic pain. First, McCall focuses on the stress relieving and body awareness benefits of asana. He then dives into the pain-pacifying practices of pranayama and meditation, and finally he explores the possibilities of sound healing. Also, learn how the best approach to pain management is a multidisciplinary one. Finally, although your initial tendency may be to resist or deny pain, teach your students that learning to be present with the pain is the first step on the road back to health.
Teamwork Matters
Health practitioners join forces to fight pain with a multidisciplinary approach.

Pain-free »

Suffering is Optional
Learn to make peace with pain.

Resistance is futile »

Resource Sector Paradigm Shift – Part I

Resource Sector Paradigm Shift – Part I
There were a lot of long faces at the PDAC this year.   Many of the companies there were pulled off the waiting list when long standing attendee companies decided there was no point having a booth.  Others have expressed surprise that few companies seemed to be trying to market financings.  This was taken as complacency but it felt more like resignation to me.  For the record, resignation is better if you’re a contrarian.

The editorial this month deals with the sea change that seems to have taken place among major companies.   They are looking for a different type of project and that creates difficulties for Juniors  that focused on things majors are not buying right now.   It’s a long topic and I will cover the remainder of it in the next issue.

It was a very quiet month as you’ll see from the update section.   A lot of companies aren’t active enough to even come up with the traditional “PDAC Look at Me” news release.   That reinforced the point I’ve made before that it will be a slow turnaround and there will be only a small number of companies participating in the early stages of a rally. I’m pleased at how gold has held up against a very strong $US.  The type of strong economic stats I feared would knock gold down farther hasn’t done that. I hope that means this bottom doesn’t drag on too much longer.

McAlvany Weekly Commentary | Weekly monetary, economic, geo-political news and events

McAlvany Weekly Commentary | Weekly monetary, economic, geo-political news and events

David Walker: No Grand Bargain Would be a Crime

About This Week’s Show:
-2013: The critical year
-Cancel Vacation: No Deal, No Break!
-A four letter word in Washington: “MATH”
- Order Comeback America: Click Here
-  and 
About the Guest: David Walker is the Founder and CEO of the Comeback America Initiative (CAI). In this capacity he leads CAI’s efforts to promote fiscal responsibility and sustainability. Prior to assuming his current position, he served as the first President and CEO of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation. Previously, Dave served as the seventh Comptroller General of the United States and head of the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) for almost ten years (1998-2008).

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Watch "NSA Whistleblower Shines Light on Government Secrecy" on YouTube

Watch "NSA Whistleblower Shines Light on Government Secrecy" on YouTube

Watch "Documentary Exposes US Role in Iraq Sectarian Conflict" on YouTube

Watch "Keiser Report: Banksters Smoke Bellybutton Lint (E418)" on YouTube

Watch "Web War: US, China in cyber battle amid e-attack finger-pointing" on YouTube

Watch "'Gitmo prisoners feel they are in living tomb'" on YouTube

Watch "Blackwater's secret relationship with the CIA" on YouTube

Watch "Too Big to Guard: US to scrap Europe AMD over 'lack of funds'" on YouTube