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With federal spending at record levels, and TRILLIONS of new dollars flying off the printing presses, it's never been more important the Federal Reserve's abuses are exposed to the American people.
That's why the American people must FORCE Congress to take up and PASS Audit the Fed - the first step to finally ENDING the Fed once and for all.
So please sign your Audit the Fed petition to make YOUR voice clearly heard on this vital issue!
Stop the Out-of-Control Federal Reserve Petition:
My U.S. Senators and Representative
Whereas: Congress has the responsibility to force a public audit of the Federal Reserve, and the American people deserve to know what the Fed is doing with their money; and
Whereas: The Federal Reserve's inflationary "QE3" scheme and the $870 BILLION "QE4" now being considered are recipes for economic disaster; and
Whereas: Allowing the Fed to remain out of control and shrouded in secrecy clearly all
Goes to show just how stupid public schools are.After the shooting in Newtown, Conn. left her emotionally traumatized, high school student Courtni Webb vented the best way she knew how, through poetry.
Her poem spoke about the possible motivations that could have inspired Adam Lanza's murderous rampage, but apparently that was ground not to be treaded on as the school suspended her for it and is threatening to permanently expel her.
Her school, the Life Learning Academy on Treasure Island in San Franscisco, Cali., saw the poem as a threat and said it violated their zero tolerance policy on violence.
According to NBC, a teacher found the poem and gave it to administrators who saw it fit to suspend her.
"…we discovered a note…that contained deeply concerning, and threatening language related to the recent school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut," the letter sent to Courtni's mother by school administrators states. "Our concerns are for both the safety of our school community and for Courtni herself."
"I feel like I've been made to loo
'Give up' on the Constitution?!
The New York Times just ran an editorial, "Let's Give Up On The Constitution." I don't think this effort can be considered some kind of anomaly. Virtually all of the media campaign for gun restrictions is based on precisely the idea that the Constitution has no relevance for public policy. So I see this article written by the professor of constitutional law at Georgetown University, Louis Michael Seidman, as simply cover for what is already going on.
"Imagine that after careful study a government official — say, the president or one of the party leaders in Congress — reaches a considered judgment that a particular course of action is best for the country. Suddenly, someone bursts into the room with new information: a group of white propertied men who have been dead for two centuries, knew nothing of our present situation, acted illegally under existing law and thought it was fine to own slaves might have disagreed with this course of action. Is it even remotely rational that the offici