If this old and former postman is real and telling the truth, then get off your butt and do something with him ["Postman: Ayers family put 'foreigner' Obama through school"]. Hire some well-armed body guards and take him to Capitol Hill for a session before a congressional hearing.
Otherwise stop preaching to the choir – talk is cheap.
President Obama is manipulating the truth about oil!
Obama likes to say that the U.S. only has less than 2 percent of the world’s proven reserves of oil.
While technically true, the operative word in that sentence is “proven.” The U.S. also has over a 200-year supply of oil in the ground not yet technically “proven” but there nonetheless.
By using semantics the president seeks to dull the truth by manipulating statistics to serve his only agenda – which is green! All to the detriment of the American people.
After reading Tom Tancredo’s encouraging piece 5 reasons Obama will lose in November,” I conducted a “what if” thought experiment. What if the November 2012 election doesn’t really bring true change in Washington?
It doesn’t take a political scientist with the IQ of Einstein to conclude that if the American people wake up on Nov. 7, 2012, to find Barack Obama re-elected as president and the political calculus of the Congress more or less unchanged, the United States could be facing a volatile situation because our nation is now more ide ... continue reading »
Keep up the great work, WND. You are currently my most trusted news source, and I tell everybody about you.
I have suspected for a long time that the GOP RINOS are the ones responsible for re-engineering all campaign totals so that the virtual rug is pulled out from under Ron Paul.
These RINOS are no different than the Democrats. They don’t care one wit about any of We the People.
They are selfish, double speakers doing exactly what Vladimir Lenin once said, “Words are one thing, actions are another.”
If Ron Paul is not on the ballot for November 2012, I will abandon voting altogether. My vote, if submitted, will be stolen and used, without my knowledge, someplace else. I will not aid and abet in their crim ... continue reading »
The increase in gasoline prices is not attributable to worldwide supply problems. Threats by Iran to close the Strait of Hormuz are partly responsible for the increased prices, but another culprit is our oil industry.
In 2011 U.S. refineries exported a record amount of refined fuels to foreign markets. In December 2011, fuel exports averaged 2.89 million barrels a day, compared to an average of 1.25 million barrels a day in 2007. Higher prices paid in foreign markets attracted U.S. exports.
Fuels exported overseas means less fuel in this country and higher gasoline prices. Our oil companies have put profits ahead of our econo ... continue reading »