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April 19, 2008

Dumb Question: Why are gas prices so high?

March 26, 2008

Forgotten Iraq

U.S. news has all but dropped the whole Iraq topic.

March 24, 2008

The Constitutional Party, without Ron Paul

Can the revolution continue without Dr. Paul?

March 23, 2008

What Jesus Meant

His whole message reduced to a sentence.

March 21, 2008

Draft Ron Paul

Please forgive the rather sardonic tone of this video. I'm trying to goad Dr. Paul into running on a new ticket.

To the people on YouTube who have taken offense, believing that Paul should step aside but continue to influence the Republican Party, I couldn't care less about the Republicans. I'm more of a Democrat anyway, or at least, associated myself more with their action profile, but now I feel both parties are phonies.

I'm spoiled for Paul's honesty, and I miss it. I want him on a third ticket. I want him free of all politics that bind the others.

Both parties have lost their way. A third way is what's called for in this age.

March 20, 2008

Slaughter for the Gods

February 08, 2008

Why We Fight

February 04, 2008

Vote Ron Paul

Hillary wants universal health care and thinks Americans should have their wages garnered to pay for it.

Who could blame her? She has money. She may understand that most of us don't, but that doesn't mean she gets it. It takes years of experience to understand poverty. Basically it boils down this: you're broke. See. No moolah.

But Hillary sees a precedent. The federal and state governments have been stealing our gross personal product to fund their illegal wars and worthless domestic programs ever since we've been old enough to work, and they'll keep doing it until the day we say stop it.

We're already taxed to death. Proof: the death tax. Don't die if you can't afford it. The government thinks nothing of confiscating our money before we even see it. We still have to work for free for the first four months of the year just to pay our taxes. If we don't make a lot of money, the government sends us a refund check. But, you see, by then it's too late. We're already in debt, paying 21% on groceries, medicine and hamburgers.

So, by all means, Hillary, pile on more taxes. That's what the American people need. We need to stay in Iraq and threaten Iran, and, as she pointed out in the recent "debate" with Barack Obama. She would not talk to the world's "worst dictators," as Obama has said he would. She would, in other words, ensure the continuity of the American Empire (as would he, only, presumably, face to face).

We need massive reform and repair of our tax system and neither Hillary nor Obama understands this. Both plan to suck the hind tit of the military/industrial complex which has so loyally supported their campaigns. And now, like a bad reality show, the face off: who will be who's vice president?

Most of us know they're all they same. The only politician I've ever seen who's truly different -- honest, informed, realistic, patient -- is Ron Paul.

People keep telling me Ron Paul doesn't have a chance. But this is only true so long as people accept it at face value. It's just something they heard on the TV. Another bald-faced lie like they tell all the time.

Ron Paul's as electable as Mitt or McCain or Huckabee or Hillary or Obama. All it takes is votes and will. And the immediate replacement of all Diebold voting machines.

Getting the Republican nomination is no obstacle. No other candidate has any substance. They bicker over irrelevancies. They only make Paul look even better.

I'd like to see a new party without old baggage. Call it the Constitutional Party. Do over.

The obstacles are all artificial, tricks of mind. A can't do attitude guarantees failure. It's not what built this country.

Make it a Super Ron Paul Tuesday.


Hillary's Secret Strategy

February 03, 2008

Slave Rebellion 2008

January 14, 2008

The Sonic Superiority of Animals

How all God's critters except for the humans knew the tsunami was coming; how giraffes communicate; why whales kill themselves, and more.

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Chemtrails Over Illinois


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January 10, 2008



January 09, 2008

Kucinich seeks impeachment, harder

Why Impeachment is off the Table


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December 09, 2007



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August 06, 2007

GOP Debate #4

Unanimous: Repo Candidates to Keep Bush Doctrine.

The three major Republican candidates, as named in advance by the seven media corporations, have all promised to build on the Bush doctrine: preemptive war of terror, the turning of Iraq into a US territory, the Patriot Act, NSA wiretapping, removal of habeas corpus -- all this and more would remain under the "leading" GOP presidential candidates: Rudy Giuliani, Mitt Romney, and John McCain. Giuliani insisted “you do not achieve peace through weakness and appeasement.” Romney agreed, stating it's “critical for us to win this conflict," without describing what a win would look like. McCain contended that the troops "are making progress, and we are winning on the ground,” further insisting that we "must win… and we will not set a date for surrender, as the Democrats want us to do.” The sole dissenter was the self-described Champion of the Constitution Ron Paul, whose campaign remains ignored by the mainstream media but continues to be the favorite of The People, simply stated the obvious: "We're losing this one. We shouldn't be there. We ought to just come home."

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August 03, 2007

Chertoff gets "feeling"

Why does America's Homeland Security director, who's also an Israeli citizen, feel another terrorist attack coming in his gut?

Michael Chertoff has a highly sensitive gut. He should maybe lay off the Mexican. Because right now his gut is screamin' at him. Another big terrorist attack is coming! He doesn't know where, he doesn't know when, he doesn't know how, why, or who's going to do it, but it's coming this summer, baby, and it's going to be a blockbuster! Fortunately for all of us single-citizenship Americans who have no place else to run to, nobody's paying any attention to him. Our reaction? Honey, let's take the kids to Six Flags. Go quietly. He may not notice. We don’t need him going red.

Now a little Shakespeare, in prose form, to better reveal the true flow of Hamlet's famous speech.

HAMLET: To be, or not to be--that is the question: Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune Or to take arms against a sea of troubles And by opposing end them. To die, to sleep-- No more--and by a sleep to say we end The heartache, and the thousand natural shocks That flesh is heir to. 'Tis a consummation Devoutly to be wished. To die, to sleep-- To sleep--perchance to dream: ay, there's the rub, For in that sleep of death what dreams may come When we have shuffled off this mortal coil, Must give us pause. There's the respect That makes calamity of so long life. For who would bear the whips and scorns of time, Th' oppressor's wrong, the proud man's contumely The pangs of despised love, the law's delay, The insolence of office, and the spurns That patient merit of th' unworthy takes, When he himself might his quietus make With a bare bodkin? Who would fardels bear, To grunt and sweat under a weary life, But that the dread of something after death, The undiscovered country, from whose bourn No traveller returns, puzzles the will, And makes us rather bear those ills we have Than fly to others that we know not of? Thus conscience does make cowards of us all, And thus the native hue of resolution Is sicklied o'er with the pale cast of thought, And enterprise of great pitch and moment With this regard their currents turn awry And lose the name of action. -- Soft you now, The fair Ophelia! -- Nymph, in thy orisons Be all my sins remembered.


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August 02, 2007

Virtually Human

At what point do we become what we plug ourselves into?

I worry about us sometimes. I'm talking about the human race. I see so many people these days -- in my mind -- sitting in front of their computers, imagining they have friends all over the world. They wake in the morning, they talk to their friends. They go to work, they still talk to their friends. They come home from work, they don't even take their clothes off -- they're talking to their friends. Is it a bad thing? Of course not. It's always good to have friends. But... are they really real?

There is a feeling that has no name when you discover that the person you thought you loved so much turns out to be of a different sex, a different weight, a different dress size, pant size, nothing is right -- and how can anyone have brown hair who has no hair? These embarrassing moments are what make online relationships so risky. Perhaps people get hooked on the endorphins, on the risk of getting involved, of trading secrets, and being intimate through typing.

I have often thought that if you really look at a person who’s sitting in front of computer you will see a perfect picture of a person doing absolutely nothing -- save for an occasional tap with his finger. It's frightening. Watch yourself. Put your video on and watch. Put up a mirror -- I know it's old-fashioned -- but look at yourself. Sitting there. Relating in a relationship.

These observations are not intended to dismiss, disrespect or diminish in any way healthy online relationships, and I'm sure there are many such friendships that have bloomed under the tree of truth that is sometimes the product of partial anonymity.

My only purpose here is to remind folks like, well, like me, that real relationships, face to face relationships, can never be supplanted by anything virtual. Real relationships involve all five senses, six if you include typing. Keeping it real requires some walking around sometimes. Anyway, it's springtime. Take out the earbuds. You're missing the birds. Unplug! And ring up a flesher.

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August 01, 2007

How to Spot a Liar -- Donald Rumsfeld

Liars often tell the truth with their face and hands, as the deaf know. This week we commune with the...

...True Lies of Donald Rumsfeld

  1. "I have to be dishonest with you: I'm guilty of many things, and I cover them to protect myself, the presidency, and on down -- all of us could go down. "
  2. "You want a better, more baldfaced and boldface lie? There's only one better, and he's me. "
  3. I'm responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths, and that number only grows!
  4. Taking Iraq will be swift and surgical, permanent and genocidal.
  5. We're never leaving Iraq. We're staying. We own Iraq.
  6. Chickens and fraidy cats, believe me, your dead and maimed children don't matter to us.
  7. For us to continue this illegal war we need to fund the war by excessive amounts, which we launder through Iraq as paper for favors.
  8. To contain the insurgency, we bomb them first and say they did it, then burst into their homes in the middle of the night, make the kids have sex with their parents, and kill them one at a time while they watch -- all our way of saying, Go tell whatever pagan god you pray to that if we see his ass around here we'll fuckin kill him too.
  9. Picture a landscape devoid of Iraqis, teeming with oil fields and military bases manned by a world class military of paid adventurists who invade and hold surrounding states.
  10. Understand two things: first, al-Qaeda is CIA, and second, we don't care who's on whose side, we encourage everyone to kill each other equally, in partnership with the U.S. under the authority of the international moneychangers.
  11. Some see the death of an entire people as a sad thing. We don't.
  12. I'm exhausted from ransacking my brain to plausibly explain stuff that wasn't in my briefing. It is completed.
  13. You are all free to write whatever you wish, and we will continue to detain whomever we wish.
  14. I knew that a missile, I mean an airplane, would hit the Pentagon. We lost a lot of bad people, at the World Trade Center too, because they talked out loud. They don't anymore and that's progress.
  15. Fuck those people. People die. So what? That's the point. They're different from us. We need the room.
  16. I've got both my eyes on you. And when we declare martial law, you'll be first for relocation.
  17. Bullshit, motherfucker. That's all I've got to say, ever. Now get out your crayons and stay in the lines.

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July 30, 2007

Bush, Cheney drinking again

The US president and vice president are both active drunks again -- and the proof's on video.

Fascism and Alcoholism: do they mix?

If you've noticed a precipitous drop in our president's intelligence over the last seven years, there's got to be a reason. Some have speculated he has early onset Alzheimer's. but nobody, except for CBS's Craig Ferguson, host of The Late, Late Show. has even whispered that drugs and alcohol might have something to do with George Bush's loss of whatever intelligence he was born with.

Watch these videos and make up your own mind. I didn't believe it at first. I thought somebody had slowed down the tape. Then I watched three more devastating videos. It's just about impossible to come up with any other explanation. He's gassed.

Dick Cheney is also a likely alcoholic. Like George B., Dick C. also has DUI in his past. And, like George, Dick became a sudden teetotaler. In the world of alcoholism, this is considered a sign. Watch Cheney bumble his way through the interview, then pay close attention to the interviewer's face when the camera finally cuts to her. Priceless. Tragic.

Watch Bush pour himself a beer at the G8 Summit, then chug it down.

Then check out how Bush handles the first woman chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel. He comes up from behind her and starts massaging her shoulders -- she recoils and spins around, while George skedaddles. What a jerk.

Bush and Cheney have both become hapless, sullen, mean, doggedly stubborn, grandiose and stupid -- all characteristics of wet and dry drunks.

This country has enough problems without having a couple of drunks in the White House. I believe these guys are worth a serious intervention, separate from impeachment, which has also has come due.

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July 18, 2007

Ron Paul Still Leads Google hits

Ron Paul is the first invisible candidate to ever hold a commanding lead in the only poll that matters : Google hits.

Talk about unbiased, Google is it, at least as far as hits are concerned.

You can see the numbers for yourself by googling the candidates. Then read thir total hits in the header.

That's it for the science part, the rest is a bit flabbier.

This an update from a poster I made a month ago. Ron Paul got even bigger, Hillary holds a distant second, Obama and Mitt switched places, Giuliani stays where he is at the very bottom along with Kucinich. I haven't checked the other candidates.

The rest of the non-science part is that I limited my search to the first and last name. This is because when I searched Ron I got a billion people who weren't Ron Paul. Hillary, on the other hand yielded far more hits than Hillary Clinton (28.7m) and the same was true of Mitt (75.8m, which beats Ron Paul), and Rudy (an alarming 27.7m). However, just as there are many Ron's, there are also many Rudy's and many Hillary's (and most of them are named after her).

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July 15, 2007

Chemtrails over Dekalb Illinois

We were walking the dogs and looked up. Who's spraying us with what?

I'd seen videos about chemtrails on YouTube and was sure I'd seen them before -- long white trails that arch the entire sky before widening out to perhaps 100 times their original size.

Immediately I began to notice them -- usually about 7 seconds before jamming the brakes.

Yesterday as I was shooting these pictures, I wondered:
How will this affect me, and my allergies? Should we close the windows? Wear a mask? What's our escape route? Am I thinking fast enough? Can we hide? Do we have a shovel? Can the Democrats save us? What would Ron Paul do? Is this why the sunlight seems dimmer than normal, like there's a partial solar eclipse? Is this why our blue skies are turning white?

What can you do about stuff in the sky? You can't yell, they won't hear. You can't call the authorities. What authorities? Call your mom.

Who's doing this? And why?

Are they trying to kill us? Are we bugs to them? Did we get in their way? Was it something we said?

They're spraying us?

And how come our governments won't give us any answers? How can they flatly deny the existence of chemtrails, and claim these are just everyday contrails? Why are they content to leave us with the distinct impression they're directly involved? If they weren't responsible, wouldn't they be as curious as we are?

These phenomena have been observed in many skies all around the world -- and nobody seems to know what they are.

Chemtrails became commonplace after 9-11. By 2005 they were multiplying exponentially. Today the sky's the limit.

The only people concerned about this are on the Web. You won't hear much about it in the press. Amateurs are testing the residue and finding similar strange particles, some organic, some mineral, odd crystals mixed with micro-filaments of aluminum and barium.

Some chemical residues have caused mold to grow on rocks in the Arizona desert. Mold is new to that environment.

Doctors in California have reported thousands of children and adults missing school and work due to serious upper respiratory problems, nosebleeds, eye trouble.

Some amateurs are theorizing that the purpose of these chemical clouds is to control the weather. But since these clouds don't appear to increase rainfall, we can rule out precipitation as a goal.

Some people believe these silvery vapors reflect harmful UV rays back into space, which lowers the temperature of our increasing warmer planet. Other people disagree, believing that, if anything, these vapors are trapping the earth's heat, much as carbon dioxide is trapped by a greenhouse effect.

Most agree that whatever these things are, they're no good. No matter what the intent of whomever is doing this, it can't be for our benefit, because they'd be bragging about it instead of denying it.

How is it possible that our governments can look into the same skies we all share and say, "What clouds?"

It isn't possible, of course. They know. They're behind it. We're under it. As my friend Chicken Little once said, "The sky is falling!" No one believed him then either, poor thing, even though he was crushed by it.

July 14, 2007

Hurry to watch 'Zeitgeist '

There's a reason why this movie keeps disappearing from YouTube. It exposes our nakedness.

The German word zeitgeist means spirit of the age -- and that's what the movie captures.

In 90 minutes, Zeitgeist presents a stream of information at a pace just below absorption rate, and the result is a shocking revision of the history of man. From the astrological roots of our religions, through the emergence of the ruling elite and its many military and economic escapades, to the almost ubiquitous use of 'false flag' operations to trigger war, it all leads to the doorstep of today.

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July 12, 2007

Firefighters Finger Rudy

Bad radios killed hundreds of NYC firefighters while Rudy ran away with the press, spinning stories of heroes, such as himself.

When the NYC firefighters union saw Giuliani become a serious candidate for president, it commissioned a video to tell the real story of Rudy's failed leadership, and urged other American firefighters not to elect this man president.

Testimonies make clear six points:
  1. After radio failures led to the deaths of firefighters during the first attack on the WTC in 1993, Mayor Giuliani failed to correct the problem until seven years later.
  2. The new radios didn't work either -- they were purchased through a closed bid and were never tested.
  3. On 9/11, firefighters were told to evacuate the second tower 30 minutes before it fell -- but 125 men never heard the call.
  4. Guiliani fled his bunker in Building 7 and talked only to the press -- not to command.
  5. Immediately after the gold under building 7 was recovered, Giuliani ordered all firefighters off the scene and turned the site over to FEMA, who dumped the dead in landfills.
  6. Giuliani closed the landfills to firefighters and their families, relenting only after massive public protests.
These are the primary beefs of the firefighters who were abandoned by their mayor before, during and after the worst day in American history. They present compelling reasons why this man should never be president.

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