FREEDOM & LIBERTY is for EVERYONE!!!. . . . .

Folks from all over the world have accessed this site. The desire to be free of the shackles of fascism, socialism, communism and progressivism are universal. Folks just want to live their lives and be left alone... Dammit!

"People don't like to be meddled with. We tell them what to do, what to think. Don't run. Don't walk. We're in their homes, and in their heads, and we haven't the right. We're meddlesome." River Tam referring to the government.

Not Politically Correct. . .

"Be not intimidated...
nor suffer yourselves to be wheedled out of your liberties by any pretense of politeness, delicacy, or decency.
These, as they are often used, are but three different names for hypocrisy, chicanery and cowardice."
- John Adams

Abraham Lincoln

To quote Jack Donovan’s Violence is Golden: ‘Without action, words are just words. Without violence, laws are just words. Violence isn’t the only answer, but it is the final answer.’

In a world gone mad we are the villains. We wield the truth and the light. In the end we will only be answerable to ourselves and our God. If we win then we inherit the earth, if we lose we get to Heaven.

Sunday, February 28, 2010

2A goes to SCOTUS. . . Again!

D.C. v. Heller. . . . . Now McDonald v. Chicago. . .

Supreme Court Guns Case Preview

The battle over the meaning of the Second Amendment returns to the Supreme Court Tuesday when the justices hear a case that is a follow-up to their historic ruling in 2008 that individuals have a Constitutional right to keep and bear arms.

"Virtually the entire Bill of Rights has been applied against states and local governments. The Second Amendment is a normal part of the Bill of Rights. It protects a meaningful individual right which is very important to people in this country and throughout American history," Gura said.

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I weep for my Republic. The rule of law is now being replaced by the rule of fear and presidential dictate.

I encourage you to "Write, Speak, Do!"

Here are some words for thought. . . . . .

This from Elizabeth Warren 

on the looming Commercial Real Estate Crash.    

3000 community banks have their necks 

on the cutting block over this one. 

A mortgage crisis like the one that has devastated homeowners is enveloping the nation's office and retail buildings, and few places are likely to be hit as hard as Washington.

The foreclosure wave is likely to swamp many smaller community banks across the country, and many well-known properties, including Washington's Mayflower Hotel and the Boulevard at the Capital Centre in Largo, are at risk, industry analysts say.

"There's been an enormous bubble in commercial real estate, and it has to come down," said Elizabeth Warren, chairman of the Congressional Oversight Panel, the watchdog created by Congress to monitor the financial bailout. "There will be significant bankruptcies among developers and significant failures among community banks."

Nearly 3,000 community banks -- 40 percent of the banking system -- have a high proportion of commercial real estate loans relative to their capital, said Warren, whose committee issued a report on commercial real estate last week. "Every dollar they lose in commercial real estate is a dollar they can't use for small businesses," she said. Individuals -- who saw their home values drop in the residential mortgage crisis -- would not feel that kind of loss, but, Warren said, a large-scale failure would "throw sand into the gears of economic recovery."

In Washington, the office vacancy rate stopped ballooning in the fourth quarter of last year for the first time since the first quarter of 2006, according to CoStar, although largely for an unfortunate reason: The space was being filled mainly by office workers hired to handle the plethora of bankruptcy filings and "workouts" of borrowers who need to renegotiate bad debt.

Do the math'

Nationwide, at least $1.4 trillion in commercial real estate debt is expected to roll over during the next three years. Warren said that half of commercial real estate mortgages will be underwater by the beginning of 2011. A fifth of residential mortgages are underwater now, she said.

Unlike residential mortgages, which often can be paid over 30 years, commercial real estate mortgages typically must be paid off or refinanced within five years. Commercial properties mortgaged in 2005, 2006 and 2007, at the height of the boom, are reaching their maturity date. "Do the math on this," Warren said. "This is a significant problem."

My take?  To bail or not to bail, that is the question that tries men's souls.   Or, maybe not.   Ben Bernanke is not likely to bail the little guys out because he is  protecting the big boys.  So all these little small town banks that are holding onto worthless paper on Commercial properties as well as the swell of residential foreclosures coming up,  are in for a disaster of biblical proportions. 

This is just the tip of the iceberg.  If you have been reading my blog for any time at all, you must see that this is not going to end well.  Those who will be hurt the worst this time around will be everyone except the top one percent of society.   The Banksters and the elite, wealthy beyond socio-economic boundaries such as the George Soros' of the world.

Hang onto your hats,  hope to see you on the other side. 
This from Naked Capitolism:

It really works and is fun too.  You'll find yourself looking forward to Obummer's speeches in the future.   This may be applied to Poloser or  Harry (I'll ram this down your throat) Reid's speeches too.  Oh, what fun!

How to Stay Awake During Obama Speeches: Play Bullshit Bingo


1. Before Barrack Obama’s next televised speech, prepare your “Bullshit Bingo” card by drawing a square.  I find that 5″ x 5″ is a good size — and dividing it into columns –five across and five down. That will give you 25 1-inch blocks. 
2. Write one of the following words/phrases in each block:
Restored our reputation
Strategic fit
Let me be clear
Make no mistake
Back from the brink
Signs of recovery
Out of the loop
Job creation
Fiscal restraint
Affordable health care
Previous Administration
At the end of the day
Empower (or empowerment)
Touch base
Inherited as in “I inherited this mess”
Relief for working families
Accountable (or held to account)
Free market
Players can make substitutions to this list, but only one phrase can be used in any one block. Alternatives include:
Change (as in “change you can believe in)
Universal health care
Brought the economy back from the brink
3. Check off the appropriate block when you hear one of those words/phrases.
 4. When you get five blocks horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, stand up and shout  ”BULLSHIT!” 
Testimonials from past satisfied “Bullshit Bingo” players:
 ”I had been listening to the speech for only five minutes when I won.” - Jack W., Boston
 ”My attention span during speeches has improved dramatically.” – David D., Florida
 ”What a gas! Speeches will never be the same for me after my first win.” - Bill R., New York City 
“The atmosphere was tense in the last speech as 14 of us waited for the fifth box.” – Ben G., Denver 
“The speaker was stunned as eight of us screamed “BULLSHIT!” for the third time in two hours.” – Harry A. Chantilly

If you are not preparing, you will be disparing. . . . .

Existing home sales plummet.   Duh!

As soon as the Uncle Sam's perks for purchasing a home dried up, so did the buyers.   This is not pretty and will only get worse.

Average GDP in 2009 worst since 1946.  Oh yeah, we're in a recovery.   I can feel it. 

How bad is this 2.4% drop? According to Rex Nutting (via The Big Picture):
Even with the big Q4 GDP, U.S. GDP was down 2.4% in 2009 — the worst showing since 1946 (down 10.9%). Rex also notes “In 2009, business investment fell the most since 1942, while imports fell the most since 1946.”

Graphs from EconompicData.

Saturday, February 27, 2010

Sure we can pay it off. . . . .

by John Hunter @ Curious Cat

The federal debt is not officially calculated the way that other accounting is done. Future obligations are not included, thus promising ever larger payments for health and retirement programs are not accurately reflected in government official debt totals. There are some legitimate arguments for why using exactly the same standards as others does not make sense for the federal government accounting.

However the current methods make it too easy for politicians to claim they are not spending our grandchildren’s money for promises they make today. (USA Today Article 2007. That is three years ago. You can do the math yourself adding in the trillions Obysmal has added to the Debt and finally realized, you are screwed.)Rules ‘hiding’ trillions in debt:
Modern accounting requires that corporations, state governments and local governments count expenses immediately when a transaction occurs, even if the payment will be made later. The federal government does not follow the rule, so promises for Social Security and Medicare don’t show up when the government reports its financial condition.  
Bottom line: Taxpayers are now on the hook for a record $59.1 trillion in liabilities, a 2.3% increase from 2006. That amount is equal to $516,348 for every U.S. household. By comparison, U.S. households owe an average of $112,043 for mortgages,  car loans, credit cards and all other debt combined.

Foisting debts on our grandchildren because we elect politicians that refuse to either cut spending (and promised spending) or raise taxes is a sad legacy of the last 30 years for the USA.

Oops. . . . .

Massive Bank Failures Due, 

Says Oversight Panel

By Charlotte Cuthbertson
Epoch Times Staff

The COP is “deeply concerned” that commercial real estate losses could jeopardize the stability of these banks and the damage will contribute to prolonged weakness throughout the economy, according to chair Elizabeth Warren.

About $1.4 trillion in commercial real estate loans are due for refinancing between now and 2014. “In today’s market, many applications will be turned down,” Ms. Warren said on a video posted on COP's Web site.

Property values have fallen 40 percent on average, and banks are unwilling to refinance; many wanting a lower loan-to-value ratio, which will trigger lot of foreclosures.

“Some loans were flat-out reckless when they were made and never should have been financed,” Warren said. Banks could suffer losses of up to $200 to $300 billion, the report said.

“A big enough wave of commercial mortgage defaults would trigger economic damage that would touch the lives of every American,” Warren said.

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Recent Open Carry Demonstration In Sussex WI just outside of Milwaukee.

Click the pics for a larger image.

Here's the update folks. A get together was held at StarBucks, attended by over 50 gun totin' folks. We moved from there to the Restaurant that the abuse occurred at and finally a demonstration was held at the state police headquarters. Pics below.

It was real scary too. There were no gender, ethnic, or even political boundaries. Fat, skinny, short and tall, Tattooed/pierced, young and old, men and women. We all got together and stood together for a common cause.

No liberals were hurt in the making of this update.

TV crews from Milwaukee stations were present as were reporters and photographers from the Milwaukee Sentinel/Journal.
Representatives from OpenCarry.Org, ICarry.Org (a joint cooperative effort to change laws in both states to favor carry.), WisconsinCarry.Org (dedicated to eliminating or changing stupid, restrictive laws that keep citizens from exercising their Constitutional rights.) as well as concealed carry certification expert and gun safety trainer, Bob Miller attended the event.
So much for the "No guns allowed", over 50 people (not all are pictured) with guns in the very same restaurant the cop booted the guy out of. Ya gotta like that.
Workers surrounded by people with guns and "they" have smiles on their faces.Photobucket
  Girls and guns. Works for me.

Dad with the kids. Dad is packin' 'cause he loves his kids and will protect them. Photobucket
This guy isn't afraid to count his money in front of everybody.

Friday, February 26, 2010

This is good news!!!


By Alan M. Gottlieb

Executive Vice President

Second Amendment Foundation

The Washington State Supreme Court has issued a precedent-setting opinion in the case of State v. Christopher William Sieyes which holds that the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution's Bill of Rights "applies to the states via the Fourteenth Amendment"

This outstanding opinion was authored by Justice Richard B. Sanders, a Supreme Court veteran who clearly understands the history of both the state and federal constitutional right to keep and bear arms. Perhaps what makes the Sanders opinion so remarkable is that it places the Washington Supreme Court ahead of the United States Supreme Court in recognition that the U.S. Constitution's recognition of the right to keep and bear arms applies to all citizens, and should also place limits on state and local governments, as it does on Congress.

Quoting Justice Sanders, "Lower courts need not wait for the Supreme Court the Constitution is the rule of all courts both state and federal judiciaries wield power to strike down unconstitutional government acts."

The Sanders opinion was issued February 18, 2010 and its significance quickly registered with gun rights organizations and activists across the map. For example, the National Shooting Sports Foundation hailed the ruling. NSSF Senior Vice President and General Counsel Lawrence G. Keane called it "a welcome development and victory for the rights of law-abiding firearms owners."

This state high court opinion, among other things, effectively "puts on notice" anti-gun groups in the Evergreen State that their continued efforts to impair the rights of legally-armed citizens will face not only growing legislative resistance, but intense legal scrutiny. Though not binding on other states, it clears a path for other state supreme courts to follow.

Despite its brevity at only 24 pages, Justice Sanders' opinion - which was co-signed by five of his colleagues, including Chief Justice Barbara A. Madsen - thoroughly and proactively debunks any suggestion that the authors of Article 1, Section 24 of the Washington State Constitution did not mean specifically what they wrote: "The right of the individual citizen to bear arms in defense of himself, or the state, shall not be impaired, but nothing in this section shall be construed as authorizing individuals or corporations to organize, maintain or employ an armed body of men."

Perhaps Justice Sanders put it best when he noted, "This right is necessary to an Anglo-American regime of ordered liberty and fundamental to the American scheme of justice."

The Second Amendment Foundation ( is the nations oldest and largest tax-exempt education, research, publishing and legal action group focusing on the Constitutional right and heritage to privately own and possess firearms. Founded in 1974, The Foundation has grown to more than 650,000 members and supporters and conducts many programs designed to better inform the public about the consequences of gun control. SAF has previously funded successful firearms-related suits against the cities of Los Angeles; New Haven, CT; and San Francisco on behalf of American gun owners, a lawsuit against the cities suing gun makers and an amicus brief and fund for the Emerson case holding the Second Amendment as an individual right.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

This fits. . . . .

We, the willing, led by the unknowing
are doing the impossible for the ungrateful.
We have done so much, for so long, with so little,
We are now qualified to do anything with nothing.

author unknown ...


Saturday, February 20, 2010

Colonel Allen West Has Clearly Identified the Enemy (must see video)

Finally someone with the balls to say it like it is.    Read your history folks,  This war has been raging for over a millennium.  

The Economic Elite Have Engineered 

an Extraordinary Coup, Threatening 

the Very Existence of the Middle Class

The economic elite have robbed us all. The amount of suffering in the United States of America is literally a crime against humanity. 
The devastating numbers across-the-board on the economic front are staggering.

The mainstream news media will numb us to this horrifying reality by endlessly talking about the latest numbers, but they never piece them together to show you the whole devastating picture, and they rarely show you all the immense individual suffering behind them. This is how they "normalize the unthinkable" and make us become passive in the face of such a high causality count.

"The war against working people should be understood to be a real war.... Specifically in the U.S., which happens to have a highly class-conscious business class.... And they have long seen themselves as fighting a bitter class war, except they don't want anybody else to know about it." -- Noam Chomsky

"There are two ways to conquer and enslave a nation. One is by sword. The other is by debt." -- John Adams

Let's consider what we could do with the money that has been stolen from us? On top of what should be our average six-figure yearly income, we could have:

* Free health care for every American,
* A free 4 bedroom home for every American family,
* 5% tax rate for 99% of Americans,
* Drastically improved public education and free college for all,
* Significantly improved public transportation and infrastructure,

The list goes on...

I am not talking about advocating socialism,  what I am advocating is putting an end to out right theft of our futures.   What comes to mind is that scene in the movie Frankenstein. 

Enough is enough.   Fight back.
Read part one here.  Part two here.

Citi Bank says you will just have to f-ing wait for YOUR money.

As Seeking Alpha rightly points out. . . .  Is this April Fools Day?  

Seen on a recent Citibank (C) statement: "Effective April 1, 2010, we reserve the right to require (7) days advance notice before permitting a withdrawal from all checking accounts. While we do not currently exercise this right and have not exercised it in the past, we are required by law to notify you of this change."

A contingency plan to defend against the idea of what "would happen if thousands of [bank] customers pledge to withdraw their money from the bank on a certain day, unless the bonuses are capped?"

Citi says this is only for Texas but it was rolled out nation wide on statements.

 This doesn't inspire confidence in any case. 

Want to know more?  Click here and here.


Posted by Karl Denninger in Corruption

Market's "cheering" Yesterday.

 CPI-U Reading wrong.

Since this table is undoubtedly computed (indeed, if I was to dump the raw data into EXCEL I could have a spreadsheet do this literally in a fraction of a second) it calls into question whether this was an accident or an intentional distortion of the data at the BLS.

We now officially live in a world where intentionally-incorrect data is published by our government for the specific intention of misleading the markets.

If you are an investor.  You are being lead by the nose by your own corrupt government lead by ex-patriot Goldman Sachs and Fed high mucky mucks.   

How does it feel to be owned?

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Maybe this explains the incredible lending rate jump. . . .

Panic at the Fed! 

The first increase in the discount rate (money the fed lends to banks) since early 2006.


Why with unemployment hovering at 20%, Home prices still spiraling down, and home equity evaporating faster than then the sweat it took to build that equity in the first place.   The economy is on life support  and the truth of it is that a hike in the interest rate is the kiss of death.   

Did the Fed just go Kevorkian  on the country?  You won't hear this from Main Stream Media, nope not a chance.   

Ten days hence,  US Treasury tried to auction off $25 billion bucks in ten year notes and $16 billion in 30 year bonds.   What happened?   The usual suspects,  foreign governments and investors,  slapped 'em down.  Bought 35% LESS long term notes than normal and prices went down like the Titanic.  

They basically said,  get your house in order or else.    STOP spending like it rains money,  STOP printing money like it's Charmin and for God's sake  STOP borrowing like you can pay it back with the Monopoly money your printing up now.   

 That is why Bernanke raised the rate.   The Fed is in an ass and elbows panic and the world sees this as a duck and run maneuver by the US Government.   I full view of the Great Depression II.

Can you say inflation??? 

We'll be watching this one for sure. 

Thanks to: Martin D. Weiss from which I have paraphrase much of this. 

Friday, February 19, 2010

No freakin' kidding!

The Shadow Inventory Of Troubled Mortgages Could 

Undo U.S. Housing Price Gains

However, in Standard & Poor's Ratings Services' view, the mortgage crisis may be far from over. The overhang of homes heading toward liquidation suggests more delinquencies and lower home prices are to come.

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IMF sells Gold, Guess who's buying. . . . .

IMF to sell gold to open market
Lewa Pardomuan and Lesley Wroughton
Thu Feb 18, 2010 8:15am EST
Related News

SINGAPORE/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund said it will soon begin phased sales of 191.3 tonnes of gold to the open market, a move that has called into question demand for bullion from official sector buyers.

$A closes lower on IMF plan to sell gold

February 18, 2010

The Australian dollar ended lower on Thursday as plans of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to sell a portion of its gold holdings lowered commodity-driven currencies.

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Citi: China Sold Their Treasuries 

Because They Want To Buy 

Tons Of Gold

Business Insider
Friday, February 19, 2010
In regards to whether or not China truly sold down its holdings of U.S. treasuries recently, the situation remains a bit murky. But Citi’s Alan Heap thinks it happened for sure.
Moreover, he thinks China has a plan for the cash they pulled out of the U.S. — They’ll use it to buy 191 tonnes of gold from the IMF.

China and IMF Gold Sales; The Real Story

          China’s recent veiled threats towards the establishment have been taken to heart.  As China announced increased gold reserves from 600 to 1,054 tonnes it was an obvious warning.  Initially I thought it was a direct threat against the ocean of treasuries being issued, but I think I have a clearer answer now.  China wants the IMF’s gold!

Why China and India Want the IMF to Sell Its Gold

There has been a considerable uproar over the fact that both India and China have asked the IMF to sell all its gold.

These nations are desperately trying to diversify their dollar holdings and what better way to do that then to stockpile gold. In fact, there are reports that China is stockpiling copper; it is only a matter of time before reports of Chinese stockpiling gold are “leaked.” Moreover, a sale of IMF gold to China, India or the GCC would transfer the metal from relatively weak hands to stronger hands.

Want to know more?  Click here and here and here.

This can't be good. . . . .

Walmart suffers first ever fall 

 in US quarterly sales

Jonathan Birchall
Financial Times
Friday, February 19th, 2010
Walmart has suffered its first fall in quarterly sales at its US discount stores, underlining the challenges facing future growth in its home market as the economy recovers.

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More good news here:

“Only 21% Say U.S. Government Has 

Consent of the Governed … Those with 

the Lowest Incomes are the Most 



Washington’s Blog
Friday, February 19th, 2010
A new Rasmussen poll finds:
The founding document of the United States, the Declaration of Independence, states that governments derive “their just powers from the consent of the governed.” Today, however, just 21% of voters nationwide believe that the federal government enjoys the consent of the governed.

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How about this shocker. . . . .

Head Of Greek Debt Office Replaced 

By Former Goldman Investment Banker

Well,  I am so surprised,   You mean the Goldman Sachs Banker, right?   Hmmmmm? 
What will they think of next?   Goldman Sachs has their men in high places right next to the White House,  why not Greece too.   Germany,  France and the UK can not be far behind.   
Just keep an eye on who's who when the next appointment occurs.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

I didn't need a poll to figure this one out. . . . .

biggest contraction of credit in history, with $100 billion in credit wiped out

This from Arabian

US bank credit contracts by record 16%, 

 China dumps US debt


 US bank lending contracted by an annualized 16 per cent in January, the biggest contraction of credit in history, with $100 billion in credit wiped out.

The Daily Telegraph reports that since the credit crisis $740 billion in bank loans have evaporated or 10 per cent of the total, another historic record. Meanwhile, it has emerged that China is pulling back on US treasury holdings which dropped by $34.2 billion in December to $755.4 billion.

this is just the calm before the storm; all it takes is one piece of really bad news to bring the whole house of cards down.

It was credit contraction that put the ‘great’ into the Great Depression – and falling bank credit and falling bond sales to China are already here.

Click here if you would like to know more.  

U.N. Watchdog Concerned Iran Is Working on Nuclear Weapon

I still have not stopped laughing over this one.   Gee Wiz,  no kidding!  What a shocker.    whodda guessed this one?

Thursday, February 18, 2010
VIENNA —  The U.N. nuclear agency on Thursday said it was worried Iran may currently be working on making a nuclear warhead, suggesting for the first time that Tehran had either resumed such work or never stopped at the time U.S. intelligence thought it did.

My take:  You don't think they'd lie,  do you?   OMG  I still am laughing.   This has been going on for decades.     What is wrong with you people in the intelligence community.   Are you still using a can and string or didn't you get the memo?  

We have computers and technology and stuff that allows us to figure out anything.  My laptop has more power than it took to put the first man on the moon.   What are you guys using?    An abacus?    

If I can be in the middle of nowhere and determine;   within a yard,  where the hell I am, with a tool I can hold in the palm of my hand,   why didn't you know they were still making a bomb.   

Or,   I hesitate to say this,  did you let them make a bomb as an excuse to go in and get them?   Hmmmmm?  

Iran's weapons of mass convenience. . . . .

I read this aloud. You might relate. Whether you do or not, This man needed to be heard.

R.I.P.  Joe Stack

These are purported to be his final words.
I haven't verified this yet. 

Page One:

Page two:

Page three:

Page four:

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 Page six:

This was his home page for his business:

I don't necessarily agree with what he did but taken at face value,   I do believe he had a point.  Several in fact.   Regardless of how they want to paint his character or his actions;    calling him a troubled individual or whatever,   his words ring true.   

This does remind me a bit of "Look over here while this happens over there." kind of deal.   Ya just never know.    I sure hope they don't come up with some crap like "he was going to die of cancer anyway" or some some other BS to explain his 'outside of the norm' behavior.  

There are plenty who will.   This guy just had enough and could see no way to be heard or taken seriously.   They are taking him seriously now.   So far,  A local TV station has a witness that reports emergency and fire trucks on the scene before the crash.   Other curious reports exist as well.  More later.

State Police harassment, lies and damn lies. . . . .

 This from OPEN CARRY .ORG

Today I was eating lunch at China Wok in Sussex (arrived ~11:15).  When I parked my car, I noticed a state trooper and thought it was strange he was there as I have never seen state police in the town.  I went to my trunk to grab my firearm, placed the case on top of the trunk, put the magazine in my XD45, put the XD in my holster and proceeded into the restaurant.  I had ordered my food, sat down, finished my meal by 11:30.  Almost as soon as I finished, two LEOs had walked in and a third about 10 seconds later.  He had looked at my holstered firearm with a strange face, told me not to touch it, asked the lady working there if they allowed guns in the store.  Originally she said no and the one LEO told me they do not allow guns in the restaurant.  I told him I was unaware of that and I had been there several times before.  He then sort of backed of and asked the lady again, to which she did not want to answer.

I am glad I had my video camera with me.

One thing that really perturbed me was one the LEO that was parked there said to me I should notify them when I plan on taking my gun out.

I assume they are located at the station in Waukesha, so I will be writing a letter to their captain.

Edit:  I changed the Youtube channel.

Edit 2:  Just to get a rough estimate for the OC event:

We will be starting at Starbucks at 12:30 PM on Sunday, get something warm to drink, then head down to the State Patrol office in Waukesha at 1PM. After that, we will head to China Wok for dinner.

N65W24950 Main Street
Sussex, WI 53089

State Patrol
21115 East Moreland Boulevard
Waukesha, WI 53186-2985

China Wok
N65W24838 Main St.
Sussex, WI 53089

Pictures of my "cop car" are on page 3.

Edit 3:  This is a peaceable rally.  Posters that have anything demeaning on them, I will personally ask you to put it away or leave.

As far as where we can walk, there are no sidewalks and there is a school ~1,250 feet east of the state trooper location.  Stay west of the eastern driveway and we are safe.

View the rest of the thread here.

State Trooper & Sheriff's Department harass law-abiding Open-Carrier. 

Demonstration this Sunday
Posted: Monday February 15th, 2010 22:31  

I just had three Waukesha County deputies (whose names I did get) stop by my house for concerns I may be impersonating a police officer because of how my car looks.  I have a police scanner and CB radio in there.

More about the protest here.   


Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Who's going to buy our buy our debt when CHINA quits?. . . . .

China Reduces Treasury Purchases

for 5th Straight Month


By Chuck Butler
Yesterday, I told you about what I believe is going on in the shadows of US Treasury auctions… And today, I’ll tell you one of the reasons there are Chinese Fire Drills going on every time there’s an auction… Did you know that China has now been a net seller of some $45 billion of US Treasuries over the last five months?

He went on to write… “Much of China’s selling has been in short-dated Treasury bills, but China has not indicated that instead it will buy longer maturity US government notes and bonds. That is the bad news for the US dollar and the Treasury market.”

I wonder if people just didn’t take the report a couple of months ago from the Chinese think tank that China may scale back purchases of US debt on concern that the dollar will decline.

 Gold / Silver Ratio 69.41

February 16th, 2010 by Alex Stanczyk Currently, 69.41 ounces of silver buys you one ounce of gold.

Each time we have seen a gold top in history, silver also tops but tends to swing to the extreme.
See below a chart that few have seen:
600 Year Silver Chart

A return to a historic ratio of 17:1 at todays gold price would make silver $65.59 / ounce. This is conservative.

Gold is the only currency on earth that cannot be created at will. At the end of the day, only those who own it will be left standing.

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