Wednesday, November 24, 2010

U.S. Supreme Court Confers On Obama Eligibility

"I began to suspect that Daddy had been right all along: the only hope I had of changing the world was to change myself first. I thought of the many times that he and I had delivered fresh-picked farm produce to one of our elderly relatives. On such occasions he never failed to remind me that if we hadn’t worked so hard to grow it, we wouldn’t be able to give it to those who needed help. For the past few years, I’d been sneering at the simple mindedness of his philosophy of self-reliance, but now it was making sense to me again. If I was truly serious about helping other people, I’d have to start by helping myself..."
-- Clarence Thomas, My Grandfather's Son: A Memoir
"Is this the case that will break the presidential eligibility question wide open?"

The Obama Nazi Youth


A Town Named Pilsen Remembers 65 Years Later

Have you ever wondered if anyone in Europe remembers America 's sacrifice in World War II? There is an answer in a small town in the Czech Republic.
The town called Pilsen ( Plzen ).
Every 5 years, Pilsen conducts the Liberation Celebration of the City of Pilsen in the Czech Republic .
May 6th, 2010, marked the 65th anniversary of the liberation of Pilsen by General George Patton's 3rd Army.
Pilsen is the town that every American should visit. Because they love America and the American Soldier.
Even 65 years later... by the thousands,
The citizens of Pilsen came to say thank you.
Lining the streets of Pilsen for miles
From the large crowds,
to quiet reflective moments,
including this American family's private time to honor and remember their American hero.
This is the crash site of Lt. Virgil P. Kirkham, the last recorded American USAAF pilot killed in
Europe during WWII. It was Lt. Kirkham's 82nd mission and one that he volunteered to go on. At the time, this 20-year-old pilot's P-47 Thunderbolt plane was shot down, a young 14-year-old Czech girl, Zdenka Sladkova, was so moved by his sacrifice she made a vow to care for him and his memory. For 65 straight years, Zdenka, now 79-years-old, took on the responsibility to care for Virgil's crash site and memorial nearer home.
On May 4th, she was recognized by the Mayor of Zdenka's home town of Trhanova , Czech Republic, for her sacrifice and extraordinary effort to honor this American hero.
Another chapter in this important story... the Czech people are teaching their children about America's sacrifice for theirfreedom.
American Soldiers, young and old, are the ''Rock Stars'' these children and their parents want autographs from.
Yes, Rock Stars! As they patiently waited for his autograph, the respect this little Czech boy and his father have for our troops serving today was heartwarming and inspirational.
The Brian LaViolette Foundation established The Scholarship of Honor in tribute to General George S. Patton and the American Soldier, past and present.
Each year, a different military hero will be honored in tribute to General Patton's memory and their mission to liberate Europe . This award will be presented to a graduating senior who will be entering the military or a form of community service such as fireman,policeman, teaching or nursing -- a cause greater than self. The student will be from 1 of the 5 high schools in Pilsen , Czech Republic .
The first award will be presented in May 2011 in honor of Lt. Virgil Kirkham, that young 20-year-old P-47 pilot killed 65 years ago in the final days of WWII.
Presenting Virgil's award will be someone who knows the true meaning of service and sacrifice... someone who looks a lot like Virgil. Marion Kirkham, Virgil's brother, who himself served during WWII in the United States Army Air Corps!
In closing... Here is what the city of Pilsen thinks of General Patton's grandson. George Patton Waters (another Rock Star!) we're proud to say, serves on Brian's Foundation board.
And it's front page news over there… not buried in the middle of the social section.
Brigadier General Miroslav Zizka – 1st Deputy Chief of Staff, Ministry of Defense, Czech Armed Forces.

Via Cousin Joel

Pentagon, Military Actively War Gaming ‘Large Scale Economic Breakdown’ And ‘Civil Unrest’

"The Army, in a year-long war games series called Unified Quest 2011, is looking at a variety of possibilities and how to deal with them, including:
  • the implications of “large scale economic breakdown” inside of the United States
  • how to maintain “domestic order amid civil unrest”
  • and ways to deal with fragmented global power and drastically lower budgets

Liberals And Indians

"For liberals, Thanksgiving now is becoming wholly personal and individual. Liberals have denied the honor of nationhood, condemning it to a Muslim hell. Yet liberals pretend to care about Indians? Liberals make me laugh, then cry. Then I get angry. Liberals, keep your care. I don’t want it. I hate it. It is the most false and offensive thing that could be offered to Indians. You hate nationhood, but you think you can honor Indians–the greatest lovers of nationhood the modern world has ever seen?"

Happy Thanksgiving


Via Richard, SWR

We Are All German Jews Now

Video/Music: Berlin 1939 And All Is Well

"No, they haven’t pulled up the trains in America, yet. But, when the trains do pull up, it is too late."

Via Western Rifle Shooters Association

Obama’s Labor Dept. To Create Gov’t Sponsored ‘Labor News’ Agency?

“We cannot depend on those other people - the traditional media - to get that message out,” Fillichio said.

Via 2ncrca, A&M

Numbers USA Action Request

"Such will be the relation between the House of Representatives and their constituents. Duty, gratitude, interest, ambition itself, are the cords by which they will be bound to fidelity and sympathy with the great mass of the people."
--James Madison, Federalist No. 57, 1788

From: Roy Beck, President, NumbersUSA
Date: Wednesday 24 NOV 2010 9:45 CST


Please send brand new faxes that have been posted on your NumbersUSA Action Boards.

We think we have picked up a couple more NO votes on the DREAM Act amnesty and are winning overall in our chances to defeat it -- thanks to all of your phoning and faxing.

But the open-borders people are not giving up and have a whole new push.

So, please fill the Senate offices with faxes over the holidays.

Also, please look at the phone notes on your Action Board and the phone alert I emailed to you yesterday and keep the phone calls coming through today.

I am getting ready to walk into a funeral for a family patriarch in Texarkana, Texas. So, I don't have time or resources fully at my disposal to tell you more about the amnesty fight right now. But please do your part today.

Thank you,

-- ROY

China, Russia Quit Dollar

"The yuan has now started trading against the Russian rouble in the Chinese interbank market, while the renminbi will soon be allowed to trade against the rouble in Russia", Putin said
China, Russia quit dollar


"Texas is going to make big gains in the census and pick up some congressional districts. Conservatives across the country must be concerned that the man who will have the heaviest hand in drawing those lines is 100% NARAL supported and ridiculously corrupt."

Happy Starvation Day

"What private property does -- as the Pilgrims discovered -- is connect effort to reward, creating an incentive for people to produce far more. Then, if there's a free market, people will trade their surpluses to others for the things they lack. Mutual exchange for mutual benefit makes the community richer"

The Winningest Competition Cobra In History

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Those Who Live By The Sword, Die By The Sword

"......Obama is silent about the porno scanners and the humiliation millions of Americans are going through at the airports. He is instructed by his masters to remain silent so more people get angry and (hopefully) revolt......"

Zogby: 61 Percent Oppose Body Scans, Half Will Seek Other WayTo Travel

"The KGB, Stasi, and Gestapo would all be proud of their newest incarnation - The DHS."
Redleg, Washington Rebel
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"Overall, 61 percent of the 2,032 likely voters polled from Nov. 19 to Nov. 22 oppose the use of full body scans and Transportation Security Administration (TSA) pat-downs. Republicans, at 69 percent, and independents, at 65 percent, voiced opposition in higher numbers than Democrats, who logged in at 50 percent against."