The 21st Century Decade Retrospective

December 26, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Two earth-shattering catastrophes shaped the last ten years. The first 911, the staged terror event that provided the self-justification to wage an endless war against phantom enemies and the second a financial meltdown of the debt ridden international banking system. This has been a frightful decade for America.

Instead of looking at a straight chronicle timeline, the more meaningful approach is to relate events as they apply to a decade of war and loss of civil liberties. From a financial perspective, the 21st century has been a record of continuous weakening of Western economies and decline of a standard of living. The pillars of social and political stability deterioration are the legacy of the last ten years.

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No Labels = the Ignorant Middle

December 19, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

The American electorate seldom demonstrates an ability to resist the appeals of slick marketing and charlatan candidates. The “so called” swing vote is the battleground where every election is fought. View the vast middle as the ill-equipped idiots that continually waste their vote on establishment surrogates who always protest the corporate/state as their primary campaign pledge. They spin it with charming platitudes, but in the end, they shield their corporate masters.

The Reemergence of the NeoCons

December 12, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

If you believed that the NeoCons disappeared after the 2008 election, how soon do you forget? With the next round in the never-ending beltway two-step, the Republican leadership readies their hold of the House of Representatives agenda. The Tea Party freshmen promise to bring a breath of fresh air to a stuffy chamber. Time will tell if their pledge of hope will pan out. What is known with certainty is that the entrenched GOP leadership continues with their dedication to the policies that exemplify their NeoCon mindset. So what is a neoconservative?

Web Attack Bodes Political Censorship

December 5, 2010 by · 1 Comment 

The internet has allowed a greater degree of human interaction then the world has ever known. Recent assails on the very nature of unfettered exchange of information is heating up. The entrenched political elites fear that the benumbed culture will eventually break out of their sleep. The Hill reports, Homeland Security seizes domain names that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has seized dozens of domain names and appears to be targeting sites that help Internet users download copyrighted music, as well as sites that sell bootleg goods, such as fake designer handbags. The sites are replaced with a note from the government: “This domain named has been seized by ICE, Homeland Security Investigations.”

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