The North American Union – an act of treason

By Joseph D. Hagmann

Remember when people who talked about a North American Union were publicly marginalized by both conservative and liberal talk show hosts?   Media personalities openly stereotyped people as fools and kooks for merely asking reasonable and sensible questions.  They called people “conspiracy theorists” and nuts even after deals were already made behind our backs – even before the ink on the treaties or contracts dried.

Americans were and are called un-patriotic for asking questions and wanting the simple truth from our government about the backroom deals creating a “North American Union” (NAU). The NAU, of course, is just one component of the global agenda or New World Order that will consolidate power on a global scale. It’s implementation, which has been underway for the better part of the last century, will ultimately destroy American sovereignty.  This agenda has never been so clear as it is now.

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Mainstreaming Radical Islam

Family Security Matters
The term “useful idiot” is believed to have been coined by Vladimir Lenin. It originally described liberal Communist sympathizers in Western nations who, as the Soviet leader explained, would “sell us (Soviet Russia) the rope with which we will hang them (the West).”
Today’s useful idiots are a swath from that same politically correct cloth. They comprise: secular “progressives” (to include the liberal media); pinko anarchists and other Berkeley-types; President Obama and his motley stable of cracked czars and policy advisors; and the majority of Democrats in Congress.
Only the role of “international-villain-bent-on-world-domination” has changed. We’ve gone from the Soviet hammer and sickle to the Islamic crescent moon and star.

Hey, What Happened To That Maxine Waters Ethics Trial?

Pajamas Media

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) was supposed to have faced trial for ethics violations last year, but the trial was suddenly delayed until after the November 2010 elections.

Waters stands accused of obtaining $12 million in TARP money for the bank OneUnited, on whose board her husband Sidney Williams once sat, and in which he owned more than $350,000 in stock. According to a story by the Washington Post in September of last year, Waters — together with Rep. Barney Frank, (D-MA) who was then the chairman of the House Financial Services Committee — changed a law and obtained the financing.

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