20 Must-See Charts On America’s Disastrous Level Of Government Spending.
Sit back and click and understand what is going on. When the facts are laid out in such a nice format like this, you really get a perspective on how bad things are and are going to get if we continue down this path of spending. Spread these charts to friends and family….it is a wake up call if they are not awake yet..
I do hope you will take the time to click through them all…
Gen-M, the first Monsanto Generation of humans force-fed genetically modified foods hasn't reached reproductive age yet they were born in the late 1990s. But, if a critical mass of animal feeding studies are any indication, the millennial generation, reared on Food Inc.'s unlabeled “Frankenfoods” can look forward to a long-term epidemic of cancer, food allergies, learning disabilities, sterility, and birth defects.Corn 85% of U.S. production is GM, soy 91% GM, cotton 88% GM, canola 85% GM and sugar beets 95% GM are all genetically engineered by Monsanto to withstand massive doses of the company's glyphosate herbicide RoundUp, or else to exude their own pesticide, Bacillus Thuriengensis Bt. RoundUp, the favorite weedkiller poison of non-organic farmers and gardeners, causes brain, intestinal and heart defects in fetuses. And scientists warn that RoundUp, the most extensively used herbicide in the history of agriculture, “may have dire consequences for agriculture such as rendering soils infertile, crops non-productive, and plants less nutritious.” In addition, hundreds of thousands of US dairy cows are injected with genetically engineered Bovine Growth Hormone developed by Monsanto in spite of studies linking BGH with cancer, and longstanding bans on the drug in the EU, Japan, Canada, and other industrialized nations.
via Ronnie Cummins: Generation Monsanto.
Today, the war in Afghanistan becomes America's longest war. Longer than the war in Vietnam. Longer than the Korean War.
It took America two years to end World War I, and bring peace to the world. World War II was a little harder; that took us 3½ years to finish off.
The war in Afghanistan is over eight years old. And we're sending in more troops. We're not getting out. We getting deeper in.
Would you like to know why? It's not hard to find the answers. Just read the transcript of Osama Bin Laden's 2004 speech – right here.
Bin Laden's strategy was — and is — painfully simple: to repeat his victory in Afghanistan against Russia, by driving us into bankruptcy. As he put it, he wanted to use his “experience in using guerrilla warfare and the war of attrition to fight tyrannical superpowers, as we, alongside the mujahidin, bled Russia for 10 years, until it went bankrupt and was forced to withdraw in defeat.” In other words, he just wants to go two-for-two.
via Rep. Alan Grayson: The Longest War.
Individual rightsI support Civil Rights Act, but 2010 battles are about government overreach in livesBy Rand PaulSaturday, June 5, 2010 11:50 PM CDT
Kundera writes of a balcony scene in the winter snow of 1948 Prague. Clementis offers his fur cap to the new leader Gottwald. Later Clementis is purged by the Communists and airbrushed from all the photos. All that remains of Clementis is the fur cap on Gottwald’s head.In the end, all that remains of any of us is our reputation. Mine has been sullied over the past week by lies and innuendo.I’ve spent the past 14 months traveling around the commonwealth, giving more than 400 speeches, and talking to thousands of Kentuckians.Throughout these speeches, I never once had reason to discuss the Civil Rights Act of 1964, much less call for the repeal of this settled law 46 years later.So you can imagine my shock when my wife called the day after the election to tell me that Jack Conway was on MSNBC saying – outright lying – claiming that I had called for the repeal of the Civil Rights Act. Even though these lies were evident by watching the video footage, commentators on MSNBC and elsewhere have been repeating it as fact for more than a week now.
via Bowling Green Daily News.