This conversation is awful enough. But over lunch?  Nazi “doctor” Josef Mengele had nothing on this woman.  Sounds like a network of butchers.

Do they obtain true “informed consent” from these girls before they cut apart their babies?  Do they just steal the body parts from these girls, converting them for their own use and profit?  Or do they enter into valid contracts with them for the sale of the body parts?  Do they negotiate fairly or engage in deceptive trade practices?  Do they discount the cost of the abortion in exchange for the transfer of title to the body parts? Is there a criminal enterprise in action subject to racketeering claims?  The questions abound.

The hue and cry should go out.


THE FED: YOUR 2 CENTS’ WORTH (okay, maybe 4)

1383118011gm2lp1913 was a banner year.  Congress passed a law authorizing the Federal Reserve System: “It was created by the Congress to provide the nation with a safer, more flexible, and more stable monetary and financial system.”

After 100 years the case is clear: our monetary and financial system is not more safe, flexible, or stable.  It’s a mess.  The law establishing and authorizing “the Fed” is a bad one and Congress should repeal it.

The facts are jarring.  Your $1 today would buy a paltry 4 cents worth in 1913. You would need $24 today to buy what would have cost you just $1 in 1913.  You can run the numbers yourself at the Bureau of Labor Statistics here:

It’s not that the stuff (called “goods” or “commodities”) has increased so much in value. It’s that the value of the money itself has decreased; each dollar is worth less and less.  Fact is, while money should represent the goods and be a valuable asset itself, it isn’t anymore.  It hasn’t been since governments began counterfeiting – or using an outfit like the Fed to do it for them – under the guise of “sound fiscal policy.”  Create more “money” out of thin air and the price of each commodity goes up.  Creating more “money” hasn’t created more commodities. There’s more “money” out there, but not more goods.  (That’s why it’s illegal for you to print more money.  While you’d be getting a visit from the Secret Service, Janet Yellen would be out discussing a “basket of currencies” with some banker friends over coffee.)

The story of the Fed’s sneaky start has become more well known in recent years. It’s worth retelling and passing along.

The Federal Reserve is not Federal.  It is not part of the United States government.  It is, essentially, private. The 12 regional Federal Reserve Banks – established by the Congress to act as the nation’s central banking system – are organized similarly to private corporations.  They issue shares of stock to their member banks. The Reserve Banks are not operated for profit, but the member banks are. Dividends on the stock are, by law, 6 percent per year. Not bad.

It is not a Reserve.  It counterfeits new “money” out of thin air to stay afloat. It claims to play the role of protector, conducting “stress” tests on smaller banks, but could not pass one itself.  By ordinary accounting standards applied to any other sector of commerce and business you could say it is bankrupt.  Despite its claim to being audited, it fights a real one.;

From a pragmatic point of view the law establishing the Fed hasn’t worked.  The financial system is teetering, trebling and tripping up at every peep out of the Fed.  From a moral point of view it has led to the massive confiscation of people’s savings through the depreciation of the dollar.  Consider a thousand dollars put away for savings in 1995, just 20 years ago. It would take you $1,560 in today’s money to buy the same amount of goods that you could have had for $1000 just 20 years ago.  $1000 of today’s money buys only $640.86 worth of 1995 goods.  In providing you with a “safer, more flexible, and more stable monetary and financial system,” Congress has cost you a big chunk of change.  And you thought you were saving your money.

Consider the following picture of the declining purchasing power of the consumer dollar under the Fed:


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Famous American Olympic decathlete Bruce Jenner appeared on the cover of Vanity Fair this week dressed as a woman.

It’s a long way from the cover of the Wheaties cereal box after his spectacular gold medal Olympic performance in 1976:
 One interesting aspect (and there are many) of all this is that when Bruce wants to look like a woman, he picks the image of a traditional American beauty queen. Hillary Clinton’s pant suit and Ellen Degeneres’ sport coat are nowhere in sight.

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Yes, he said it.  Clearly.

“…for me to simply, through executive order, ignore those congressional mandates would not conform with my appropriate role as President.”

I’m not the emperor… My job is to execute laws that are passed.”

“My job in the executive branch is supposed to be to carry out the laws that are passed.”

I would be ignoring the law in a way that I think would be very difficult to defend legally…there is a path to get this done and that is through Congress.”

He was unambiguous.

          With respect to the notion that I can just suspend deportations through executive order, that’s just not the case, because there are laws on the books that Congress has passed — and I know that everybody here at Bell is studying hard so you know that we’ve got three branches of government. Congress passes the law.  The executive branch’s job is to enforce and implement those laws. And then the judiciary has to interpret the laws. There are enough laws on the books by Congress that are very clear in terms of how we have to enforce our immigration system that for me to simply, through executive order, ignore those congressional mandates would not conform with my appropriate role as President.

Barak Obama, March 28, 2011, in a Univision Town Hall months before taking action to keep “The Dreamers” (those who came illegally to the U.S. as children) from being deported, saying the nation’s laws would not allow him to do that.  (Video below.)

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It has come out (in case you didn’t know already), that ObamaCare has been a big con.

Video discovered of Jonathan Gruber, the MIT economics professor and Obama administration consultant on the “Affordable Care Act,” now reveals that ObamaCare was written so as to deceive. Only through deceit could it pass. Don’t call it a “tax.” Count on the “stupidity” of the American electorate. Don’t tell them the plan is to make “the healthy” pay for “the sick.” [Read more…]


The investigative journalist, James O’Keefe of Project Veritas, has recently published startling videos on voting corruption. Anyone who hasn’t seen them should. Make sure your friends have.  Send them some of these (but watch them yourself first).

Voting corruption itself is not startling. The startling aspect of the O’Keefe accounts is how open and pervasive the fraud has become. Walk up to the campaign staff of various candidates in very public places, tell them you are not a U. S. citizen but would like to vote anyway for a candidate they like, and they tell you to go ahead and vote as long as you have a registration card! From Brazil? No problem. Got a registration card? Great! You should be fine. [Read more…]

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