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Tuesday, December 31, 2013


Water And Toxic Vaccines

Have you noticed that there has been an absolute explosion in the number of people developing chronic illnesses, heart disease, diabetes and cancer? If you are like most Americans, you probably have quite a few family members and friends that are seriously ill right now. Sadly, most Americans have absolutely no idea why this is happening. Most of them just assume that all of this sickness is just “normal”. But that is not the case at all. The truth is that we are slowly killing ourselves by what we eat, by what we drink and by what we allow to be injected into our bodies. The vast majority of people out there have never even heard about the dangers posed byaspartamefluoride, genetically-modified food, pesticides, high fructose corn syrup, pharmaceuticaldrugs, cell phones and toxic vaccines. Most of them have no idea that our food is toxic, our water is toxic and our vaccines are toxic. Right now, it is estimated that approximately70,000 chemicals are being used for commercial purposes, and as a result of our “modern lifestyles” we are literally being endlessly bombarded with toxins. This has resulted in a massive tsunami of death, disease and chronic illness in America. But very few people actually understand what is being done to all of us. The following are just a few of the ways that the “soft killing” of the American people is taking place. SOURCE

Where's the key?


WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of law-enforcement officers killed by firearms in 2013 fell to levels not seen since the 19th century, according to a report released Monday.
The annual report from the nonprofit National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund also found that deaths in the line of duty generally fell by 8 percent and were the fewest since 1959.
According to the report, 111 federal, state, local, tribal and territorial officers were killed in the line of duty nationwide this past year, compared to 121 in 2012.
Forty-six officers were killed in traffic related accidents, and 33 were killed by firearms.
The number of firearms deaths fell 33 percent in 2013 and was the lowest since 1887.

Common Core Requirement?

Barack Obama Being a Macho Man

Speaker Pelosi justifies JAIL for not buying health insurance

Not For Astronauts

Deer Crashes Into Home on Christmas Eve !!!

Hope For 2016

New Year's Resolutions

I Fell Asleep Here

Toward the end of his Blaze Radio show Saturday, Buck Sexton received a phone call from a nearly 84-year-old woman who he said gave “one of the most compelling calls I’ve ever heard on any radio show. “He had his ideas and he wouldn’t bend to them,” she told Sexton in a strong German accent, her voice breaking at times. “He did everything he could to prevent them from coming into power.”Irma lives in Massachusetts today, but she was born in 1930 under German fascism. She said her father battled tyranny for years, culminating with his imprisonment under the Nazis and another stint behind bars “under the worst conditions” after communism took over in then-East Germany.
But the tone of Irma’s voice shifted to nearly tearful anguish after Sexton remarked that accounts like hers demonstrate that “there is such a thing as tyranny, that there is such a thing as evil, and people need to understand that.”
Irma offered in what can only be called a warning to listeners that today “people do not understand” that tyranny and evil really exist.
“My biggest regret is that I came here, and we lived a life trusting that we lived under a Constitution that will always be there,” she said, adding that she was “always leery” about what was happening in the 1960s and the political correctness movement coming out of colleges and finally asked herself, “What in the world is this?”
“One should express their thoughts freely, and if somebody doesn’t accept them they can discuss them. But why do we have to change our language and approach to people?” she asked. “I feel so guilty that I was not active then because my father did that all his life…but I fell asleep here.”
Sexton underscored to Irma how important her story was to share with listeners, most notably how “progressivism and fascism come from the same ideological root.” FULL STORY

Tuesday Sarcasm

Some Days It's Like That

Sunday, December 29, 2013

The Good Ole Days

Vaccine Drone Strikes?


I Hear You Bro

Massive Landslide Takes Road South of San Diego


According to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, "the license plate was approved in 2011 and went into circulation last year," but among those approved in the past five years, it trails only the "In God We Trust" plate in popularity. According to state figures, "nearly 21,800 Virginia-registered automobiles" have the Tea Party license plates. In contrast, the pro-abortion "Trust Women/Respect Choice" plates adorn about 1,600 vehicles. The Tea Party license plate ranks ninth overall among "more than 200 state-sanctioned specialty plates."
The Times-Dispatch notes that Virginia is one of six states that has sanctioned the "Don't Tread On Me" plates and charges $10 for the specialty plates and another $10 for personalized messages. The other five states are Arizona, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Texas.  SOURCE

Saturday, December 28, 2013

Friday, December 27, 2013

Just Go With It

Drone Spotting App

Holiday Spirit

Why I Don't Shop At Walmart

Knockout Hypocrisy

The Obama administration filed a federal hate-crimes charge Thursday against a man whom authorities accused of using the “knockout game” to target a black man, videotaping it, and then bragging about the assault to strangers.
The charge marks the first time the administration has taken action on a “knockout” case after the game became an Internet and media phenomenon. It chose a case in which the person accused is white, even though most other cases reported in the news have involved black assailants.  FULL STORY

Joe Cocker's Secret Message



Thursday, December 26, 2013

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Fireplace with Christmas Music

A Christmas Gift

Spying Claus

Texas Sewer Fishing

Ken Is Going To be Pissed

The Approaching Storm

No Shit

Monday, December 23, 2013

Tis The Season

Commercialism, long criticized, as a distortion of the true celebration of Christmas, has become a crucial profit component for the corporate economy. Very little observation about the religious nature of the holiday rises for reflection. Likewise, even less focus is devoted to the underlying reasons why holiday gifting has become a staple to the season. Heritage and tradition has given way to popular cultural advertisement. A disconnect between purchases of necessity and acquisitions of disposable novelties is the hallmark of the mad rush to buy needless objects. HoHoHo

743,000 Gardasil Shots Recalled: Contaminated with Glass Particles

Why Fight? - Alan Watts

Time To Buy Kleenex Stock

Angel Caught On Stage?

A digital image captured during a time of praise and worship at his year’s Promise Keepers men’s conference in Cedar Falls, Iowa, shows what looks like an angel:
A radiant, glowing white figure standing on the stage while the worship and praise band, “One Body” leads the men in singing “Jesus, take all of me. I run to you, I run to you. I lay everything at your feet. Let my life be yours.”
On its Facebook page, the men’s group famed for its hundreds of conferences calling on men to return to God and be the faithful husbands, fathers, brothers and sons that the nation needs, described that “something supernatural took place in Cedar Falls.”  Full Story

TSA Conditioning Children

Republican vs Democrat Women

The NSA is Coming to Town

I'd Give It The Gas....But That's Me

Merry Christmas

HoHoHo......Ran Out Of Coal....Only Lead This Year

I May Need Your Future Help

Relax....I Got This Shit

Sunday, December 22, 2013

The Disclosure!

I'll Find It Myself Thanks

We Will Take Your Word For It Dude

Is Big Pharma's Greed Turning People into Zombies?

Wild Thing

The first time Gregg Casarona ever had sex, the walls didn’t just shake — they shattered.
The 440-pound project manager was 21 at the time and had been dating his girlfriend Jen Gerakaris for about a month when they decided to take things to the next level.
Welcome to the new TLC series “Sex Sent Me to the ER,” premiering Dec. 28.
Gerakaris was 22 and living in her parents’ Long Island basement at the time. She made her move by stripping down to her bra and panties and waiting on her bed until Gregg got the hint.
“I knew he was a virgin and I honestly didn’t care,” Gerakaris says. “We were dating for a little while and he hadn’t put any moves on me yet so I made a move.”
When things began to heat up, Casarona thrust the 110-pound Gerakaris backwards with all 440 pounds of his girth. And Gerakaris’s head went right through the basement’s sheet-rock wall.



Sunday Morning Treat

Saturday, December 21, 2013

Merry Christmas

A Man Has To Try

Saturday Sarcasm