Sunday, November 11, 2012

The Sunday 'Report;' 11/11/2012 [Part 1]

What The National Pamphleteers Don't Report:
Lights Went Out In America On November 6, 2012
by Judi McLoud,
November 7, 2012
    Letters from discouraged Americans are pouring in to Canada Free Press (CFP) about the results of the 2012 election. Barack Hussein Obama will have four more years to complete his plans for the Fundamental Transformation of America. Congress which did nothing to stop him for the past four years, has been rendered ineffective in number in the vote. With the results of three more Senate seats still not in at the time this is being written, Republicans already lost two seats. 
   President Obama, whose policies have wreaked havoc on America, is back in the driver’s seat, equipped with the pen he uses to sign executive orders.
Pundits who predicted a Mitt Romney landslide will be trying to justify their numbers to voters numbed by Obama handy win.
Incredibly it appears as if [....]

The End Of An Empire
by Dr Ileana Johnson Paugh,
November 8, 2012
    Our Constitutional Republic died a peaceful death on November 6, 2012. Having reached the point of no return in a comatose state after years of progressive and illegal immigration assaults, the fabric of conservative society is now completely unraveled and Uncle Sam’s America is no more.
    The United States of America is now relegated to the dust bin of history as a “has been” empire. The Shining City on the Hill, the hope of so many millions since July 4, 1776, no longer exists. What rises from the ashes is a country that few of us will recognize, like, or learn to accept submissively.
    After 236 years of existence [....

obama Administration Facing Massive Federal Lawsuit
by Sean Francisco,
November 7, 2012
A lawsuit seeking the return of $43 trillion (with a “t”) and an audit of all the TARP programs by an independent receiver has been filed against senior members of the Obama Administration and the New York group known as the “Banksters”.
The Wall Street Journal’s MarketWatch is reporting that the Spire Law Group, LLP has moved its mass tort action into the federal court in Brooklyn, New York. In this District Court lawsuit (Case No. 12-cv-04269-JBW-RML), the Spire Law Group, LLP is acting on the behalf of homeowners across the country seeking to halt all foreclosures nationwide until the return of the $43 trillion.
The independent audit the lawsuit is seeking of [....]

"Damn The Torpedos!"
by Daniel Noe,
November 7, 2012
Obama gets another four years, and Americans must now stand stronger than ever before to protect our traditional faith and values.

The Elections, Gridlock And Foreign Policy
by George Friedman,
November 7, 2012
    The United States held elections last night, and nothing changed. Barack Obama remains president. The Democrats remain in control of the Senate with a non-filibuster-proof majority. The Republicans remain in control of the House of Representatives.
    The national political dynamic has resulted in an extended immobilization of the government. With the House -- a body where party discipline is the norm -- under Republican control, passing legislation will be difficult and require compromise. Since the Senate is in Democratic hands, the probability of it overriding any unilateral administrative actions is small. Nevertheless, Obama does not have enough congressional support for dramatic new initiatives, and getting appointments through the Senate that Republicans oppose will be difficult.

    There is a quote often attributed [....]

October's obama Jobs Deficit One Last Clear Sign Of Failure
by J.D. Foster, PhD,
November 2, 2012
“You are what your record says you are.” So says Bill Parcells, three-time Super Bowl–winning coach. Athletes, coaches, and commentators can spin the numbers with the best of politicians, but in the end, you are what your record says you are.
The record on President Obama’s economic policies is simply dismal. Despite a massive surge of deficit spending pushing publicly issued national debt to $11.3 trillion, 12.3 million Americans remain out of work. Obama’s personal metric—the Obama jobs deficit—stands at a lofty 7.7 million workers.
The Obama Jobs Deficit
    President Obama promised during the 2008 campaign (and after) that under his policies, the economy would create millions of new jobs by the end of 2010. He also insisted that he be held accountable for these results, a request that may soon come to pass. By December 2010, the Obama jobs deficit—the difference between the Obama jobs target and actual payroll employment—stood at 8.3 million jobs. That was 8.3 million examples of how Obama’s policies, most especially his irresponsible deficit spending, have failed to deliver on his promised job creation.
    The President’s original target for job creation, set during the campaign in the fall of 2008, was 2.5 million jobs. But as employment fell at the end of 2008, he increased the employment target by 1 million to 3.5 million jobs.[1] At the time, employment stood at about 135.1 million, according to the Department of Labor’s most commonly used measure. This establishes the current Obama jobs target at 138.6 million.
The most recent [....]

Election Political Humor
by Daniel Mitchell,
November 7, 2012
I wish the rest of the world was as wonky as me and dying to read the latest data on the Laffer Curve, or something like that.
Alas, it seems like everybody is focused on which statist will be confiscating our earnings and trying to dictate our lives for the next four years.
So I’ll go with the flow and share some election-oriented humor, beginning with jokes from the late-night talk shows.
Normally I wait several weeks and accumulate a larger list, but many of these jokes will be past their expiration dates if I wait until after the election. So enjoy.
Jay Leno
  • Last night I answered the door and there was a kid lying on the porch. He was playing dead. I said: “What are you supposed to be?” He said: “the economy.”
  • President Obama canceled the annual White House Halloween party. He didn’t want to; he just didn’t want to risk a trick-or-treater asking him a question about Libya.
  • I had a trick-or-treater tonight who stood outside on my porch for an hour, didn’t ring the bell, didn’t knock on the door. I said, “Who are you supposed to be?” He said, “I’m an undecided voter.”
  • Donald Trump, did you see him today? He was giving candy only to kids who could show their birth certificate and their school records.
  • Economists say rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy will give the ailing construction industry a huge boost. In fact, the storm has already created more jobs than President Obama.
  • “Don’t ask, don’t tell” is back. Not for gays in the military — it’s President Obama’s new policy for questions about Libya.
  • Republicans are accusing the White House of successfully engineering a massive cover-up of the Libyan attack. But, on the plus side, it’s the first time in four years Republicans have given credit to Obama for doing anything successfully.
  • Folks back east are feeling the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy — 100-mile-an-hour winds, lot of folks without power. Because of the hurricane, both candidates have had to cancel speeches and campaign events. So at least some good has come out of it. [....]

    Project 'Limelight' Debut
    Project Staff
    November, 2012
    MuscleCar takes on an all-new project: restoring a 1970 Camaro RS and transforming it into a stock-style RS/SS L78 396 called Project Limelight! The Tribute Trans Am is back to show off its [....]

    Explaining Entitlements With Dr Seuss
    by Emily Goff,
    November 7, 2012
     In a new video parodying Dr. Seuss’s whimsical style, the American Enterprise Institute puts the problem of growing entitlement program spending in a form elementary school kids can understand.
    It’s a good thing, too, because their generation will be burdened with paying for this skyrocketing spending if Congress and the President don’t start getting serious about structural entitlement program reforms now.
    The video tells the tale of [....]

    Why Mitt Lost And It Wasn't Very Close
    by John Ransom,
    November 7, 2012
    Memorandum to the GOP: When running an election campaign it is often valuable to select a nominee who represents the rank and file of the Party. This is how other Parties do it. Perhaps you might get on board.
    Well let’s start with who not to select.
    There was George H.W. Bush, who, while a nice, honorable public servant, won primarily because of the record Reagan established. He lost because the rest of us thought that when he mouthed the words “Read my lips, go to Texas,” he meant “Read my lips, no new taxes.”
    There was Bob Dole, a very honorable man too, but not exactly full of policies ideas. Or convictions. He’s the guy who thrilled us with the ringing cry: “I’ve never read the Republican platform.”
    Then there was the other George Bush, W.
    He also is a nice man; a man full of character, but he led the largest expansion of government power since Jimmy Carter and took us into a war that he stubbornly refused to win until he was all out of options. And while there remain good reasons to fight in Iraq, he also refused to tell the rest of the Party what they were. .
    W squeaked out the election in 2000, with a Supreme Court ruling necessary to finally [....]
    Are You Mr Gasket?
    by Powerblock Staff
    November, 2012
    This weekend on PowerBlock find out how you can become the next Mr. Gasket! V.P. of Sales Bob Bruegging is our guest, and he’ll tell you how to enter the Search For Mr. Gasket Contest. The winner basically becomes the spokesperson for Mr. Gasket, including appearing in TV and print ads, websites, social media and making public appearances. Plus, there’s a cash prize!

    Also we’ll go dry lake bed racing at El Mirage, California, with PowerBlock Magazine’s West Coast Reporter – Jason Lewis. Plus we’ll check out this gorgeous boat of a classic car, a 1963 Ford Galaxie 500. Owner Calvin Dale was the original owner, and after his son Jeff drove it in high school and college, it sat in the driveway for 15 years. Then the family turned to Terry Petersen of Fredric & Petersen Collision in Franklin, TN, for the full and original restoration. See it all [....]

    obama Delivers Victory Speech In Chicago
    by Jason Howerton,
    November 8, 2012
    President Barack Obama delivered his victory speech to thousands of rowdy supporters shortly before 2 a.m. Wednesday morning following his decisive win over Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
    Greeted by a roaring crowd, Obama said: “Tonight, more than 200 years after a former colony won the right to determine its own destiny, the task of perfecting our union moves forward.”
    “Tonight in this election you, the American people, reminded us that while our road has been hard, while our journey has been long, we have picked ourselves up, we have fought our way back, and we know in our hearts that for the United States of America, the best is yet to come,” the president added.
    Obama expressed

    Now Is A Time For Committment
    by Ed Feulner,
    November 7, 2012
    Dear friends,
    I write to tell you to take heart.
    Yes, conservatives are disappointed that a President who recklessly spent trillions, expanded government and put many of our values and institutions at risk has won a second term. But many of us have been here before. In Washington, there are no permanent victories or permanent defeats, just permanent battles.
    Now is the time to stand up and declare we will continue to fight against big government and for freedom.
    We will see unfold over the next four years a crucial battle for the soul of America. This struggle requires committed warriors for the cause. The line must be held against bad policy while we continue advocating conservative solutions. We must fight against the efforts to divide the country through class warfare.
    Rest assured this is what The Heritage Foundation is determined to do.
    We know that the First Principles reflected in our Constitution made this country great. Those principles are alive and well in the hearts and minds of the American people. We will work harder than ever before to defend them and to see them translated into the right public policies.
    President Obama may [....]

    Sifting through The Wreckage
    Yes Virginia, things are changed.
    by George Weigel,
    November 8, 2012
    The most inane insta-pundit commentary had it that the 2012 election “hadn’t really changed anything,” what with President Obama still in the White House, the House still in Republican hands, and the Senate still controlled by Democrats. The truth of the matter, of course, is that a great deal changed, somewhere around 11 p.m. EST on Tuesday, November 7, when Ohio was declared for the president and the race was effectively over. To wit:
        Obamacare, the governmental takeover of one-sixth of the U.S. economy, is now set in legislative concrete, and the progressive campaign to turn ever-larger numbers of citizens into wards of the state has been given a tremendous boost — with electoral consequences as far as the eye can see.
        A war in the Middle East is now almost certain, and sooner rather than later; and as if the previous three and a half years of fecklessness were not enough, the cast of mind manifest in the administration’s abdication of responsibility in Benghazi will have likely convinced a critical mass of the Israeli leadership that they have no choice but to strike Iran’s nuclear facilities in self-defense. The economic chaos resulting from military conflict in the Persian Gulf (and beyond) will further deepen the European fiscal crisis while making an already  [....]

    Groundhog Day In America
    by Victor Davis Hanson,
    November 7, 2012
     Barack Obama won a moderately close victory over Mitt Romney on Tuesday. But oddly, nothing much has changed. The country is still split nearly 50/50. There is still a Democratic president, and an almost identically Democratic Senate at war with an identically Republican House, in a Groundhog Day America.
         Obama's win did not really reflect affirmation of his first term, given that the president made only halfhearted efforts to defend Obamacare, the stimulus, huge Keynesian deficits and his attempts to implement cap-and-trade. So if there is a second-term agenda, even Obama supporters don't quite know what it will be.
         Unlike the hope-and-change campaign of 2008, Obama this time around ran on the theme that George W. Bush had been awful and Mitt Romney would be far worse -- spending almost $1 billion to brand the latter as a veritable felon who callously let people suffer without health insurance.
         In textbook community-organizing fashion, Obama won the election by brilliantly cobbling together factions with shrill warnings of supposed enemies everywhere. Young women were threatened by sexist Neanderthal males. Minorities were oppressed by neo-Confederate tea partiers. Greens were in danger from greedy, smokestack polluters. Gays were bullied by homophobic evangelicals. Illegal aliens were demonized by xenophobic nativists. And the 47 percent were at the mercy of the grasping 1 percent. Almost any American could fall into the category of either an Obama-aligned victim or a Romney-aligned oppressor.
         How, then, can a [....]

    How To Go Galt And Avoid Paying Taxes
    by the Reaganite Republican,
    November 8, 2012
        If the obammunists are planning on building their paradise with my wallet, they're in for some disappointment.... 
    What exactly is 'Going Galt'?Think of it as a supply-side Cloward-Piven strategy....
    starve the beast, rather than milk it dry:
    • 'Going Galt' doesn't simply mean getting angry. That would be "Going Postal." It means having righteous indignation at the injustice of a political system that bails out individuals and institutions for irresponsible behavior and at the expense of those like you who prosper through hard work and personal responsibly.
    • 'Going Galt' means asking in the face of new taxes and government controls, "Why work at all?" "For whom am I working?" "Am I a slave?"
    • 'Going Galt' means recognizing that you're being punished not for your vices but for your virtues.
    • 'Going Galt' means recognizing that you have a moral right to your own life, the pursuit of your own happiness, and thus to the rewards you've earned with your labor.
    • 'Going Galt' means recognizing that you deserve praise and honor for your achievements rather than damnation as "exploiters."
    • 'Going Galt' means recognizing that you do not need to justify your life or wealth to your neighbors, "society," or politicians, or bureaucrats. They're yours, period!
    • 'Going Galt' means recognizing that the needs of others do not give them a claim to your time, effort, and achievements.
    • 'Going Galt' means shrugging off unearned guilt, refusing to support your own destroyers, refusing to give them what Ayn Rand termed "the sanction of the victim."
    • 'Going Galt' means taking the moral high ground by explicitly rejecting as evil the premise of "self-sacrifice" that they sell to you as a virtue— in fact "self-sacrifice" is an invitation to suicide.
    Part 2 may follow....



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