Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Red Dot Surveillance

                   NJ to paint suspects of future criminal activity with "red beam"
Kill a Camera for Jesus Suggested Patriotic

good puppy;bad puppy

good puppy; bad puppy


I want that


The "I Want That" Culture

Tom Jefferson is Pissed

Tom Jefferson is Pissed

Soros says 'riot'

"Will no one rid me of this turbulent priest?"


Under the Red Umbrellas

George Soros, who financed the nascent OWS movement,  is now predicting (in an interview with the leftist  Daily Beast owned Newsweek)  that riots on the streets of American cities are inevitable.  

‘Yes, yes, yes,’ he says, almost gleefully,” when asked about the prospect of Occupy turning violent, writes Arlidge.

Soros claimed the riots will “be an excuse for cracking down and using strong-arm tactics to maintain law and order, which, carried to an extreme, could bring about a repressive political system, a society where individual liberty is much more constrained, which would be a break with the tradition of the United States.”

“At times like these, survival is the most important thing,” Soros continued.

“I am not here to cheer you up. The situation is about as serious and difficult as I’ve experienced in my career,” Soros said.

"Soros claimed the riots will “be an excuse for cracking down and using strong-arm tactics to maintain law and order,..."

Whose excuse?  The Democrats?  Don't make me laugh.  Any effort by American citizens to face up to this threat would be an excuse for Democrats to crack down on us.   A Republican president?  Possibly, but unlike the press in 1863, when rioters threatened the peace, today's media will condemn any such effort at self defense.  I do happen to think Soros is right,  but most of us have seen it formulating for a long time—  like since 11/2008.   Soros's  pronouncements here could be interpreted by his minions as marching orders, and I think he knows it.

Investment Tip - Let the IRS Errantly Seize Your Money

bits & pieces
Today's Investment Tip

After a several year's long battle with the IRS, during which time they raided our bank accounts, jeopardized our credit rating, and unleashed the state on us ( looking for its share of the spoils), we finally won last year.  Yes, we got our money back. We also got a check for the  interest on the held funds (about 4% ).  So there you have it.  The best (relatively safe) return on your money today comes from getting the Feds to errantly seize your money, keep it for some time before proving they erred, and get the bonus money.  How's that for cups half filled?   Unfortunately the state was more recalcitrant.  They forked over, but no interest from them,  and no notice in the newspaper that they erred by (publicly) placing a lien.  But still ... .

You're welcome.

Aiding the Enemy

Doom and Gloomers   


Well there's  a Pogo moment. I can't see where Newt is any worse than them what's left (I wouldn't trade a bucket of spit for the lot).  He is however absolutely better than the alternative.  Much as I like these three [blabbermouths], there will be a general election in 10 months.

Obama Photobomb

Habari Za Asubuhi


Obama Photo Bomb

Brian C