Larry Greenley

Larry Greenley

On September 13, 2011, Ron Paul chaired a hearing entitled "Road Map to Sound Money."

A Russian Chunnel? A tunnel from across the Bering Strait to Alaska. Growing economic regulations over the European people.

Now that the Kabuki theatre, also known as the debt ceiling negotiations, is over, what really happened? And, who voted for the debt deal?

These governors are not sufficiently aware that “in China’s state-monopoly system of Leninist ‘capitalism,’ its corporations are instruments of national policy, fully integrated with, and subservient to, the Communist Party of China (CPC) and the Peoples Liberation Army (PLA).”

UPDATE, August 2, 2011: The House passed the bipartisan debt ceiling deal (S. 365) 269 to 161 on August 1. The Senate passed S. 365 by 74 to 26 just after noon today. President Obama has already signed it into law.

 

On July 12 Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas) introduced H.R. 2497, known as the Hinder the Administration’s Legalization Temptation (HALT) Act in order to counter the Obama administration’s June 17 “prosecutorial discretion” policy of granting amnesty to illegal immigrants on a case-by-case basis.

Although reporters from communist-controlled media in China are welcome at a summit between the National Governors Association and their Chinese communist counterparts in Salt Lake City this weekend, William Jasper, senior editor for the constitutionalist magazine The New American, is not.

It’s time for Congress to stop proposing new amnesty programs and to begin enforcing the immigration laws we already have.

Grassroots concern over these budding partnerships between U.S. governors and Communist Chinese officials is increasing as the first U.S.-China Governors Forum convenes in conjunction with an annual meeting of the National Governors Association in Salt Lake City July 15-17.



On the last segment of his next-to-last episode on Fox News, Glenn Beck took a few minutes for a brief recounting of how "progressives" in government co-opted the media via the creation of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) at the end of Woodrow Wilson's presidency.

 

 

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