Wednesday is Tea Party Day across the fruited plain, when thousands of Americans will protest burdensome taxation, profligate spending, and an alarming move toward socialism by the Obama administration and our federal government. You can find a Tea Party near you at Tax Day Tea Party.
American Tea Party Anthem singer Lloyd Marcus sent a message urging Americans to turn out for the nationwide events. He will perform at the Sacramento Tea Party, to be hosted by Fox Business News’ Neal Cavuto.
Thomas Paine, the “Father of the American Revolution,” has a new message directed specifically to those who will participate in the Tea Parties. Portrayed by actor Bob Basso, it debuted Friday on Glenn Beck’s Fox News television show.
“The time for talk is over. In an unprecedented moment of citizen response not seen in recent history since December 7, 1941, millions of your fellow Americans, neighbors, friends, relatives will bring their anger and their determination into the streets from Bakersfield to Bangor, Maine, from Indianapolis to Dallas in National Tea Parties protesting much more than taxation without representation. They are rising above their differences. They’re marching not as Republicans or Democrats or black or white, or right wing or left wing. They’re marching as Americans!”
For news updates on the growing Tea Party movement, check the TCOT Report.
Dealing with Islam
President Obama might be wise to take a lesson from Presidents Ronald Reagan and Thomas Jefferson in dealing with Muslim terrorists.
President Ronald Reagan justified the attacks by accusing Libya of direct responsibility for terrorism aimed at America, such as the bombing of La Belle discotheque in West Berlin. During a televised address to the nation, he said, “When our citizens are attacked or abused anywhere in the world on the direct orders of hostile regimes, we will respond so long as I’m in this office.”
“When you’re the president of the United States, only the best pizza will do – even if that means flying a chef 860 miles,” reported one news outlet.
Eight hundred sixty miles? Either St. Louis is only 430 miles away from D.C. or – Obama had the pizza man walk back to St. Louis, or – unbelievable as it may seem, Obama actually flew the eco-friendly pizza man more than 1,700 miles to toss a pie. You decide.
The Restaurant Pi pizza man toted a suitcase filled with dough, cheese, and pans. The owner of Obama’s fave pizza joint is planning a pizza especially for the president. The “Hyde Park” will be appropriately, topped with chicken, hot sauce and a heaping helping of environmental hypocrisy.
Next time you’re in the mood for pizza fit for a president, call 314-727-6633. I hear they’ll deliver within an 860-mile radius. They might appreciate their tip in carbon credits.
Citizen grand juries
Carl Swensson of Georgia and Dr. Sam Sewall of Florida are convening citizen grand juries to challenge Obama’s eligibility as required by the U.S. Constitution to hold the office of president.
The pair updated my radio listeners last Wednesday on the status of the Common Law Grand Jury indictment by 25 Georgia citizens. Additionally, a Citizen’s Federal Grand Jury in Illinois has confirmed membership and set a jury date. An Ohio citizen’s grand jury was soon expected to convene, and a nationwide Internet grand jury effort also is under way. Listen to the interview at The Andrea Shea King Show.
“Cuban political prisoners Jose Daniel Ferrer Garcia, Ernesto Borges Perez and Juan Carlos Herrera Acosta have emitted, by telephone, from their respective prisons, the following opinions on the visit of the American congressmen to their country. It is a powerful rebuke of the CBC.”
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And this week in history, on April 19, 1993, a standoff between the FBI and the Branch Davidian cult led by David Koresh at the Davidian compound in Waco, Texas, ended in a fiery tragedy, claiming the lives of followers, including many young children.
Jayna Davis, an Oklahoma City TV reporter, says Timothy McVeigh and accomplice Terry Nichols did not act alone. She reveals disturbing documentation of a Middle East connection to the bombing in her best-selling book “The Third Terrorist,” which has gone largely ignored by the mainstream media.
On April 7, a crowd of young Moldovans materialized seemingly out of nowhere to protest against Moldova’s Communist leadership, ransacking government buildings and clashing with the police. Moldova’s youth are talking about how they want freedom, Europe and a different life. The sea of young people reflected the deep generation gap that has developed in Moldova, and the protesters used their generation’s tools, gathering the crowd by enlisting text-messaging, Facebook and Twitter, the social messaging network.
Young people have increasingly used the Internet to mobilize politically; cellphones and text messages helped swell protests in Ukraine in 2004, and in Belarus in 2006.
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Watching your computer
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