I’m Taking Action – Michael Berry

A Special Hat Tips to Diary of a Mad Conservative for bringing this video to my attention. Please WAKE-UP, watch the video, and pass it on.

A limp and boring speech

Power Line

President Obama’s speech from the oval office, only the second of his presidency, was surprisingly limp. With three momentous subjects to cover – Iraq, Afghanistan, and the U.S. economy – Obama struggled to say anything new or interesting. It isn’t just that the soaring rhetoric of 2008 has disappeared; Obama is now affirmatively boring.

In “turning the page” on Iraq, the Great Speechifier could find no words with which to give meaning to our epic struggle there. Let’s give Obama the benefit of the doubt and assume this is because he thinks the struggle had no meaning, except as it related to domestic politics in the U.S. But then why give a speech about it?

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Department of Justice ditches red, white and blue stars and stripes

American Thinker
Well, how interesting! It seems the U.S. Department of Justice has changed its  website. Gone are the colorful red, white and blue U.S. flag decorations on the page,

replaced by stark black and white.

And at the top of the page, is a rather interesting quote:

“The common law is the will of mankind, issuing from the life of the people.”
Catchy, huh? Just one tiny little (too small to be relevant obviously) point — the quote is from C. Wilfred Jenks, who in the 1930’s was a leading proponent of the “international law” movement, which had as its goal to impose a global common law and which backed ‘global workers’ rights.’
Call it Marxism, call it Progressivism, call it Socialism — under any of those names it definitely makes the DOJ look corrupt in their sleek, new black website with Marxist accessories to match.

See for yourself:


How very interesting that ‘they’ couldn’t find a nice quote from one of our Founders. People, we have lost our Republic. We need to get it back ASAP.


Sorry, you can’t smoke in your own apartment

TACOMA, Wash., Aug. 30 (UPI) — Officials in Washington state say they’ll consider moving the health battle over secondhand smoke into a new and contentious arena — people’s homes.

The Tacoma-Pierce County Health Board will consider a proposal next month to classify secondhand smoke as a “nuisance” in multi-unit housing, The Tacoma (Wash.) News Tribune reported Monday.

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Islam Is Not A Religion, It Is Foreign Law


The time has come to question if Islam is protected under our First Amendment rights to freedom of religion. Yes, everyone in America has the right to freedom of religion, but Islam is not a religion. Religious faith is only a part of Islam. The rest is a socially engineered society with its own laws and customs that seriously conflict with American law.

Is Great Britain a religion because they have the Church of England? Of course not. Britain has an established charter, civil and criminal laws, and a society that respects those laws. Islam has the Qur’an that provides the governing charter, complete with laws, punishment, and social behavior for its people in addition to its religious teachings. If Islam is a religion, then Britain is also.

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GM will build plant in central Mexico

Detroit Free Press

DETROIT – Even as General Motors Corp. closes plants in the United States, the automaker plans to break ground on a new car-assembly plant in Mexico, where sales are strengthening and GM is the market-share leader.

The GM plant, in the central Mexican state of San Luis Potosi, will employ 1,800 to 2,300 workers, GM spokesman Carlos Gelista said Thursday.

GM will invest $600 million to $650 million in the plant and the tooling to build vehicles. The Mexican government has contributed incentives to help fund the construction, Gelista said.

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