How is America going to end? Who most likely to secede? In the American end times, our government will take one of two forms. One possibility is that federalism will give way to an all-powerful central government. (In yesterday's global-warming thought experiment, this was the climate strongman scenario.) Glenn Canady's Blog Reality: 300 mpg from a normal production car - the Volkswagen XL1 Jim Stone April 5, 2014 You won't find the 300 MPG Volkswagen XL1 in an American showroom, in fact it has even been denied a tour of America because it is too efficient for the American public to be made widely aware of, and oil profits are too high in America with the status… Continue
How Will the 99% Deal with 70 Million Psychopaths? Did you know that roughly one person in a hundred is clinically a psychopath? These individuals are either born with an emotional deficiency that keeps them from feeling bad about hurting others or they are traumatized early in life in a manner that causes them to become this way. With more than 7 billion people on the planet that means there are as many as 70,000,000 psychopaths alive today. These people are more likely to be risk takers, opportunists motivated by self-interest and greed, and inclined to dominate or subjugate those around them through manipulative means. Last year, the Occupy Movement drew a distinction between the top 1% and the remaining 99% — as distinguished by measures of wealth and income.
Secession: Getting It Right This Time Around by Jonathan M. Kolkey by Jonathan M. Kolkey by Jonathan M. Kolkey Recently by Jonathan M. Kolkey: Did King George III Deserve To Be Overthrown? For the first time since the year 1860, Secession appears to be a viable option, in part because all other arrangement for the operation of the American union are deemed by many to have failed.
13 BLOODLINES OF THE ILLUMINATI 13 BLOODLINES OF THE ILLUMINATIBy Fritz Springmeier Satan is the god of this evil world (2nd Corinthians 4:4). As such, Satan needs a way to control it. Yes Lab Funny actions are funny. People like them. Therefore, ever since the first week Zuccotti was occupied, the Yes Lab has been working in the Occupy movement by helping create funny actions that highlight the messages of Occupy Wall Street, and also by helping to document and publicize the actions of others.
Christopher Ketcham: Vermont Revolutionaries and the Rise of a Green Tea Party The most radical antiwar candidate in the US is not Dennis Kucinich or Rand or Ron Paul or any of the usual suspects. It's a 42-year-old Vermonter named Dennis Steele, who is running for governor of his state as an open secessionist. From what I can tell, Steele is just an average dude. He wears Carhartts and a baseball cap and drives a pickup truck and lives with his wife and two kids in a little Vermont village called Kirby (pop. 500), off in the wild hills of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. On occasion, he feeds his family by hunting deer and butchering the meat himself. He served three years in the US Army -- working for "the Empire," as he puts it -- and he tells me his main reason for running is that he doesn't want his kids serving in the Army.
Native American Indian Names for Your Dog, Horse, Wolf, or Other Pet American Indian Languages American Indian Tribes What's new on our site today! Ten Ways the Occupy Movement Changes Everything Before the Occupy Wall Street movement, there was little discussion of the outsized power of Wall Street and the diminishing fortunes of the middle class. The media blackout was especially remarkable given that issues like jobs and corporate influence on elections topped the list of concerns for most Americans. Occupy Wall Street changed that. Richard Greener: Republican Politics: The Concurrent Majority and the Stink of Secession in the Air Not since the glory days of our seventh vice president, South Carolina's John C. Calhoun, has the stink of secession been as strong as it is today. I can smell it.