Col. Steve Wilson, USAF versus Dr. Henry Kissinger Cosmic Q, level 33

  1. “UFO Hypotheses “S4 Informers” featuring Wendelle Stevens Volume Three” (released September 30, 2009)In the third volume, Stevens presents Colonel Steve Wilson’s evidence and testimony, which confirms key elements of the “Connor O’Ryan” testimony, and also includes evidence gathered about Wilson by Richard Boylan, among others
    1. Stricken with cancer, Steve Wilson assesses the price of his years in the “Black World” of the UFO Cover-Up.

     Colonel Wilson even came to know some things about the top command of MAJI, including the identity of two of its executive board members, Chairman Henry Kissinger and advisory scientist Edward Teller, both of whom hold the top-most Level 33 security clearances.

    He eventually learned enough about their avarice and hunger for power to sicken him.

    He discovered that the MAJI were “so powerful that they acted as though they were above the President, and the laws of nature and mankind.”

    To his distress Wilson found out later that they were to be known as the New World Order.

    Finally sickening of the unconstitutional and unethical activities of the Majestic-12 agency, and of his involvement in “one of the most dastardly and heinous coverups the world has ever known”, Wilson got out.

    At retirement, after 40 years in the Air Force, Lt. Colonel Wilson was Flight Commander of the First Special Forces Air Command, Vandenburg Air Force Base.

    His decorations include: the Air Force Distinguished Service Medal, the Silver Star, two Air Force Distinguished Flying Crosses, two Purple Hearts, the Joint Services Commendation Medal, the Air Force Commendation Medal, the USAF Good Conduct Medal and the National Defense Service Medal.

    After musing for 15 years, he decided to risk his life and tell all. The means he used is the global communication tool of the Internet.

    Torrent of disclosures of sensitive information

    And he decided to trust me as one who would place his leaks into public circulation.

    After years of military and intelligence career-building by playing by the rules, Lt. Colonel Wilson in retirement displayed the highest patriotism of all, whistle-blowing on the corrupt MJ-12 parallel government.

    Now stricken with cancer, Steve Wilson assesses the price of his years in the “Black World” of the UFO Cover-Up.

    “I have no feelings, truthfully. My association with MAJI has left me dead inside. I feel myself still cold and calculating. I never let anyone get close to me. I feel like a human robot. I have killed mercilessly and lied for the good of the country, or so I believed at the time.”

    His final comments cryptically hint at what everyone will soon know about Star Visitors visitation, and the profound changes society will make as a consequence.

    “The things I have seen are beyond human understanding and totally unbelievable. I only have a desire to help humanity somehow through what is bound to come soon.”



    This short biography is based on notes and communications from Colonel Steve Wilson to me in the months before he died. It is dedicated to the memory of this courageous soldier-patriot.

    • Richard Boylan, Ph.D.
    1. Steve Wilson, who revealed his heading Project Pounce, the UFO retrieval unit. Already Colonel Wilson and Shari Adamiak have died of their cancers.

  3.  Related Audio

Episode 75 – Veritas Show with Mel Fabregas

Friday, May 07, 2010, 8:00:00 PM

VERITAS: Niara Isley – Her Military Abduction Experience



66 Responses to “Col. Steve Wilson, USAF versus Dr. Henry Kissinger Cosmic Q, level 33”

  1. blessedistruth Says:

    Obamacare Taking on Water

    The case for repeal grows stronger.

    President Obama talked a lot about the need to pass ObamaCare and put it in the history books. Americans are now making it clear that they want to relegate ObamaCare to the history books.

    And once it is gone, there will be no shortage of ideas that can replace it — ideas that will actually lower health costs, make health care more accessible for all, and not compromise quality.

    A fine example was presented in these pages two weeks ago by Peter Hansen, who wrote that the truly effective way to lower health-care costs is to give people the opportunity and incentive to shop for value — for the highest-quality care, at the lowest-possible prices.

    To do so, and to increase fairness, Hansen argued that we should allow all Americans to deduct their full health-care costs (not just their insurance premiums) from their taxes — and not just from their income taxes but also from their payroll taxes (a more important deduction for lower-income workers).

    This would level the tax playing-field between those with employer-provided insurance — whose taxes wouldn’t change (except that they could now also deduct out-of-pocket expenses) — and those who purchase insurance on the open market and would no longer have to do so with after-tax dollars.

    Hansen’s proposal could be paid for in part by taking a page out of my small-bill proposal ( and gradually rerouting and putting to better use some of the funds that provide federal assistance for emergency rooms.

    It could also be paired with a couple of other small-bill proposals, like allowing the purchase of insurance across state lines and providing some federal funding for state-run high-risk pools to help give access to insurance for those with prohibitively expensive preexisting conditions.

    In addition, his proposed $1,000 tax deduction for buying insurance could be changed to a $1,000 tax credit, which would more profoundly reduce the number of uninsured.

    And I would cap the health-care deduction at some defined level of annual health-care spending, perhaps at $50,000 or so, to try to prevent taxpayers from having to subsidize cutting-edge, unusual, or perhaps even unnecessary procedures purchased out of pocket by the truly rich.

    With or without the incorporation of these suggestions, Hansen’s proposal is refreshingly simple and keen-sighted, and it rightly focuses on the one thing that ObamaCare doesn’t really focus on much at all: lowering health costs.

    In truth, the Obama administration’s obsession with insurance (and with government control) has kept it from focusing on making health care more affordable — which is what Americans really want.

  2. blessedistruth Says:

    McCain Lands Punch in Border Security Bout

    Panel approves 6,000 troops for border over Obama protest

    John McCain, a former Navy boxer, must appreciate a political knockout when he scores one.

    He’s not quite there yet but he demonstrated some fancy footwork Thursday that could stun the White House on the subject of border security.

    McCain (R-Ariz.) feinted with an attempt to fund 6,000 National Guard troops on the US southern border with an amendment to the 2010 supplemental appropriations bill (HR 4899) Thursday morning.

    The amendment failed but McCain already had readied a second punch in the form of an amendment to the Fiscal 2011 National Defense Authorization Act (HR 5136)–an amendment approved by the Senate Armed Services Committee.

    “I am pleased that the Senate Armed Services Committee today approved my bipartisan amendment to immediately send 6,000 National Guard troops to our southwest border,” McCain said in a statement Thursday.

    “Deploying the National Guard is essential to securing our US-Mexico border,” he added.

    “Families living in Arizona should not suffer from the daily threats caused by illegal immigration, drug trafficking, and human smuggling.

    It is the federal government’s obligation to protect all Americans by securing the borders, and deploying 6,000 National Guard is a critical first step.”

    Indeed it’s literally the first step of a 10-point action plan developed by McCain and Sen. Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.) to augment border security.

  3. blessedistruth Says:

    What’s next for FrankenDodd?

    Doug Holtz-Eakin gives an update now that the Senate passed the financial regulation reform bill.

  4. blessedistruth Says:

    Strong incentives for employers to drop employer-sponsored health insurance

    The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPAC) will have profound implications for U.S. labor markets.

    The PPAC is fiscally dangerous, raising the risk of higher labor (and other) taxes at a time when the job market is struggling.

    It provides strong incentives for employers

    – with the agreement of their employees –

    *** to drop employer-sponsored health insurance for as many as 35 million Americans ***

    perhaps leading to widespread turmoil in labor compensation and employee insurance coverage

    – and raising the gross taxpayer cost of the subsidies to roughly $1.4 trillion in the first 10 years.

    Finally, the bill exacerbates the already-high effective marginal tax rates on low-income workers.

    Every worker forced onto the subsidized exchanges will face higher barriers to upward mobility and the pursuit of the American Dream.

  5. blessedistruth Says:

    I hate to say I told you so, but …

    An employer mandate by any other name would smell.

  6. blessedistruth Says:

    Regina Herzlinger

    Taking the scare out of Obamacare

    So far, so bureaucratic: the same system, only more obligatory.

    But Herzlinger says employers are about to rebel.

    Sensing an opportunity in the individual mandates and subsidies of the Obama plan to relieve themselves of the soaring costs of providing their own health insurance plans, many will choose, she says, to scrap their plans, and compensate employees with cash instead:

    *** even with the fines, it would still be cheaper than maintaining them ***

    With millions of individual consumers surging onto the market, she argues, the “Soviet-style” exchanges, with the limited menu of options currently envisaged (all in the name of cost control),

    will come under pressure to become real health care supermarkets, offering plans for every taste and pocketbook.

    (I’m a fan of Ms. Herzlinger, and I hope she’s right, but isn’t this mere speculation? BTW Ms. Herzlinger came out against ObamaCare shortly after it became the law of the land.)

    How to encourage consumers to be mindful of costs?

    Include a high deductible, as the Swiss do, obliging consumers to purchase the first few hundred dollars of care themselves.

    How to discourage insurers from cherry-picking the healthiest cases, Obamacare’s proscriptions notwithstanding?

    Pay them more for taking on clients in riskier groups.

    And let insurers form profit-sharing co-operatives, removing the incentive to screen out the sick

    (since any profits gained from this practice would only be redistributed back to the insurers who were willing to take on those patients).

    It’s an intriguing vision, from an analyst who has already done much to influence the debate on health policy in the United States, and Canada.

    It was Herzlinger, for example, who introduced the concept of the “focused factory” to health care

    —small clinics that specialize in a narrow range of procedures,

    rather than the comprehensive services provided in general hospitals.

    It fits with a general “small is beautiful” approach to health care:

    the system has suffered, she says, from too many attempts to impose solutions from above, however rational they may have seemed at the time.

    Included in these would be the last major attempt at health care reform, the Clinton plan, built around the then-dominant model of the health maintenance organization.

    Once touted as the future of health care, HMOs fell apart in the 1990s as the original, tightly integrated web of providers, insurers and hospitals devolved into looser purchasing networks, without the cultural ties that once bound them to each other.

    Rather than finding newer and better ways of delivering care, they achieved savings simply by skimping on payments.

    Sound familiar?

    For all their differences, the American and Canadian systems share certain pathologies,

    notably the absence of price signals or other incentives to control costs.

    In place of competition and innovation, each attempts to achieve savings, when the funds run out, via various forms of rationing.

    Could Herzlinger’s thinking, then, be adapted to Canada’s public health care system?


    Ms. Herzlinger seems to think that when employers elect to pay the penalty rather than continuing to provide HC coverage to their employees

    eventually this will lead to HCR like they have in Switzerland?

    I wish I could believe that.

    Isn’t it just as likely this will lead to a public “option” and then single-payer?

    Remember how many Dems got caught stating that passing HCR WITHOUT a public “option” was just the first step toward single-payer?

    That’s what scares the hell out of Americans!

  7. blessedistruth Says:

    Glenn Beck on Woodrow Wilson,2933,593643,00.html

    By the end of the war, the organization had 250,000 members who defined their mission as spying on their neighbors, eavesdropping on suspicious conversations, intercepting and opening mail and telegrams of people suspected of disloyalty and reporting to the authorities any evidence of disenchantment with the war effort.

    Other, similar groups included the National Security League, the American Defense Society and the Boy Spies of America (modeled after the Boy Scouts).

    This history of the country has been so erased, we’ve been searching for days on images, pictures, anything on all of this stuff.

    Watchdogs, please watch for this and e-mail us at

    and post it on my Twitter.

    Yes, this happened in America less than a century ago, under one of academia’s most beloved presidents — Woodrow Wilson.

  8. blessedistruth Says:

    Glenn Beck Compares and Contrasts Woodrow Wilson, FDR and BHO

  9. blessedistruth Says:

    Too Much Criticism of Obama?

    O’Reilly and Beck debate presidential bashing and its effect on America

    (This was an interesting exchange.)

  10. blessedistruth Says:

    48% — 51%

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

    Too close for comfort.

  11. blessedistruth Says:

    I’m interested in one of the panelists who was on Hannity last night.

    00:05:38 tonight, she is a republican congressional candidate from the great state of mississippi, angela McGLOWAN IS BACK WITH US.

  12. blessedistruth Says:

    Mucha Muchacha!

    Election 2010

    Angela McGlowan on her campaign for Congress in Mississippi

  13. blessedistruth Says:

    Judd Gregg on FrankenDodd

    GOP role unclear on Wall Street reform panel: Gregg

    Republican lawmakers may not have much sway over

    a final financial regulation bill

    As lawmakers get set to merge Senate and House bills, Gregg said he was not confident Democrats would allow Republicans

    to change rules for banks and the $615 trillion over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives market.

    “I don’t know if we will be invited into the room or not,” Gregg told Reuters in an interview. “We will certainly be constructive if we are asked.”

    The final bill, expected to be negotiated before early July, will have deep implications for every player in the financial system.

    Republicans are looking to strike some of the bills’ most controversial measures such as so-called

    “proxy access” or giving shareholders an easier way to nominate corporate board directors and

    creating a bureau to write and enforce rules for financial products.

    Gregg is one of the Republican senators on a conference committee of senators and representatives that must merge the two versions of the financial regulation bill.

    Gregg said the chairman of the conference committee, Democratic representative Barney Frank, and other Democrats on the committee will decide the process of merging the bills.

    Gregg and other Republican senators on the committee urged Frank and Democratic Senator Christopher Dodd to be transparent with the upcoming meetings.

    In a letter, dated May 27, the Republican senators called for a fair and open process and said

    a public vote was needed on all major issues

    not just the final bill.

    (whatever comes out of conference will have to meet 60 vote threshold in Senate)

  14. blessedistruth Says:


    Come one come all!

    This event will allow you to stand and be counted among the supporters of Arizona’s fight at the border.

    Speakers will educate and performers will entertain in this family friendly venue.

    Spend your Memorial Day weekend in Arizona!

    Caravans of people from across the USA are encouraged to come and support Arizona tourism.


    WHEN: Saturday, May 29, 2010 6pm-9pm

    WHERE: Diablo Stadium 2200 West Alameda Tempe, AZ 85252

    Master of Ceremonies: Mike Broomhead of KFYI Radio

    Featured Speakers:

    Maricopa County Sherriff Joe Arpaio

    Dr. Gina Loudon, founder and leader of the BUYcott campaign.

    Marc Spencer, President, Phoenix Law Enforcement Association.

  15. blessedistruth Says:

    No US Flags During Obama’s Press Conference ???

    Images here:

    (What’s up with that?!)

  16. blessedistruth Says:

    Head of Marxist-led institute joins Obama team

    Soros-funded group urges more government control of media

    The policy director at a George Soros-funded, Marxist-founded organization calling itself Free Press has just taken a key State Department position, WND has learned.

    Free Press Policy Director Ben Scott has been named a policy adviser for innovation at the State Department.

    “We will miss Ben’s leadership, wise counsel, and strategic brilliance – for Free Press and the overall movement for media and technology policy in the public interest,” said Free Press President Josh Silver.

    Free Press is a well-known advocate of government intervention in the Internet.

    Scott authored a book, “The Future of Media,” which was edited by the founder of Free Press, Robert W. McChesney.

    McChesney is an avowed Marxist who has recommended capitalism be dismantled.

  17. blessedistruth Says:

    Head of Marxist-led institute joins Obama team

  18. blessedistruth Says:

    Related to post at top of this page. FWIW.

    Ladies and Gentlemen, Scoundrels and Truthseekers, we present to you the most Majestic Twelve:

    J1: JMM – Adm. John M McConnell — former NSA director, a/k/a “Daddy-O” for his paternalistic fawning over Dan.

    J2: RBC – Richard B Cheney — soon-to-be-former Vice-Resident, USA

    J3: PJG – Porter Goss — former DCI [Director, Central Intelligence, a/k/a the CIA director], a/k/a “Sxxxxxce”

    J4: BRI – Adm. Bobby Ray Inman — another former NSA director, among many other positions within the US black-ops community. a/k/a “The Cryptkeeper”. However, in his defense, his Wikipedia entry contains the following: “In 2006, Inman criticized the Bush administration’s use of warrantless domestic wiretaps, making him one of the highest-ranking former intelligence officials to criticize the program in public.”

    J5: HAK – Henry (Heinz) Alfred Kissinger — former Sec’y of State under Tricky Dick Nixon as well as his National Security Advisor

    J6: ZB – Zbigniew Brzezinski — another former National Security Advisor, but the Democratic answer to J5. Highly critical of the Bush administration’s Iraq policy

    J7: RBM – Richard B Myers — a/k/a “CJCS”, or Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under Resident Bush until his recent retirement in Sept. 2005

    J8: KT – Kevin Tebbit — Permanent Under Secretary for the British Ministry of Defence, alleged to be the “K” who provided or arranged for some of the ‘leaked’ information given to myself.

    J9: CT – Carol Thatcher — daughter to former Prime Minister Maggie Thatcher of Great Britain and a school chum to Dan while he was ‘schooling’ in the British Isles, appointed by Dan to succeed him as J9, Dan having succeeded Romano Prodi, an alleged Illuminist who was recently elected Prime Minister of Italy

    J10: AG – Alan Greenspan — former chairman of the Federal Reserve, a/k/a “Xxxx Xxxx”, deleted out of deference to Andrea Mitchell, his wife and a current leading broadcast journalist for NBC News

    J11: HEV – Harold E Varmus — former Director of the National Institutes of Health and “an American Nobel prize winning scientist. He was a co-recipient (along with J. Michael Bishop) of the 1989 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for discovery of the cellular origin of retroviral oncogenes.”

    J12: (previously EM Kelly) — (I have no information on his replacement at this time)



    “According to an article in DNA Magazine dated July 6, 2006, and series of interviews given by a Dr. Dan Burisch,

    (an alleged government employee of MJ-12 for 20+ years)

    on the Jeff Rense Radio program July 6th and July 13th, 2006,

    the alleged current line up of MJ-12 consists of the following members: …”

    (not current any longer)

  19. blessedistruth Says:

    More than you ever wanted to know about Dan Burisch, etc.



  20. blessedistruth Says:

    Dan and Marcia’s website:

  21. blessedistruth Says:


    The Eagles have returned from their first visit to, near Phoenix, Arizona! (Eridanus and Grus, anyone? )

    On leaving, boding well for everyone we think, Lady Janet preceded the Eagles off the runway in Las Vegas, Nevada!

    The Drs. worked hard for two days with the staff, disclosing a never before intense amount of information.

    This is expected to be only the first of MANY meetings.


    (As Dr. Dan has said, “The more I know, the more I owe.” Dr. Marci is under contract, so Dan, we wish you Godspeed.)

    The exact location of is held a secret due to their impressively HUGE archive of materials.

    Materials never before provided outside of the small circle around Drs. Dan and Marci were provided and are expected to be further provided to Mr. John Rao, the leader and owner of and the new owner of the International UFO Congress, now centered at Ft. McDowell, Arizona!

    The materials being provided (deep and in some cases “deep black” vetting materials) are being maintained in a secret VAULT location, operated by Mr. Rao.

    His and his team’s honesty have breathed new life into Dr. Dan’s and Marci’s willingness to provide materials.

    The VAULT materials are under Mr. Rao’s and’s control.

    They say who can and who cannot see them.


  22. blessedistruth Says:

    Goodbye Laughlin, Hello Phoenix by Paola Harris

    It was a bitter sweet meeting this year as the 19th Laughlin International UFO congress met for the last time under the direction of Bob Brown and his family-Nicole, Crystal and Heather Brown).

    The husband and wife team of Bob and Terry Brown took over the conference which was initially created by Wendelle Stevens nineteen years ago.

    Perhaps one of the successful UfO conferences on Earth, the IUFO congress is moving to Phoenix Arizona after being bought by John Rao of Open Minds TV.

  23. blessedistruth Says:

    John Rao on right

  24. blessedistruth Says:

    Open Minds Production Presents “Dawn of a New Age,” – the Philip Corso Manuscript Unedited for the First Time in the U.S.

    Tempe, AZ, May 23, 2010

    About Open Minds:

    Open Minds was formed in 2008 in Tempe, Arizona, and is comprised of a team of UFO researchers, investigative journalists and media professionals with decades of experience.

    Their mission is to investigate and present evidence of extraterrestrial, UFO and other phenomena to a global audience.

    Open Minds is composed of Open Minds Magazine, Open Minds Radio, a TV show currently in the works and an online UFO news site


    Contact Information

    Open Minds Production

    Maureen Elsberry


  25. blessedistruth Says:

    Open Minds Production

    3116 South Mill Ave. #153

    Tempe, AZ 85282


  26. blessedistruth Says:

    If you have ghosts, then you have everything.

  27. blessedistruth Says:

    Actor Gary Coleman dies at 42

    I can’t tell you why, but I am so saddened by this news.

    Gary is fine, and we are left here.

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    Beach Boys for a Memorial Day Weekend. Enjoy.

  31. blessedistruth Says:

    Don’t let me be misunderstood

  32. blessedistruth Says:

    My husband wanted to listen to

    God, I love him so.

  33. blessedistruth Says:

    To: Virginia Ridgerunner
    “That’s not entirely true, not that I’m defending President Zero…”

    Good for you! Lets stay on thhe side of honesty and truth.

    33 posted on 05/28/2010 4:25:27 AM PDT by RoadTest (Religion is a substitute for the relationship God wants with you.)
    [ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 25 | View Replies ]
    To: RoadTest
    Is there a flag in the corner not shown?

    63 posted on 05/28/2010 6:02:31 AM PDT by faucetman (Just the facts ma’am, just the facts)
    [ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 33 | View Replies ]

  34. blessedistruth Says:

    Sestak cover story starts to unravel

    Crafting a cover story that is consistent with awkward facts is hard.

    Did the best and the brightest miss this?

    Sestak was not eligible to serve on the Intelligence Advisory Board.

    Byron York of the Washington Examiner reports:

    In a little-noticed passage Friday, the New York Times reported that Rep. Joe Sestak was not eligible for a place on the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board, the job he was reportedly offered by former President Bill Clinton.

    And indeed a look at the Board’s website reveals this restriction:

    The Board consists of not more than 16 members appointed by the President from among individuals who are not employed by the Federal Government.

    Members are distinguished citizens selected from the national security, political, academic, and private sectors.

    As a sitting member of Congress, Sestak was not eligible for the job. [….]

    The statement from White House counsel Robert Bauer did not specifically mention the intelligence board, but speaking to reporters Friday, Sestak said of his conversation with Clinton,

    “At the time, I heard the words ‘presidential board,’ and that’s all I heard…I heard ‘presidential board,’ and I think it was intel.”

    In addition, the Times reported that “people briefed on the matter said one option was an appointment” to the intelligence board.

    But the White House could not legally have placed Sestak on the board.

    An already implausible story has become much harder to believe.

  35. blessedistruth Says:

    Check out this pic of Barbara Bush!

  36. blessedistruth Says:

    Exclusive: Barbara Bush

    Former first lady discusses passion for literacy foundation

    Exclusive: Barbara Bush, Pt. 2

    Former first lady on the media’s coverage of her family and more

    Feeling Fine

    Barbara Bush finds humor in heart surgery recovery as a surprise guest pops in

  37. blessedistruth Says:

    VIRGINIA KEY, Fla. (WSVN) — Members of the Bush family made a South Florida stop to celebrate an upcoming wedding.

    Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, former First Lady Barbara Bush, and former President George W. Bush gathered at the Rusty Pelican, Friday night.

    The famous political family was attending a rehearsal dinner for the upcoming wedding for Jeb Bush’s son, John.

  38. blessedistruth Says:

    Justice officials initiate immigration meetings in Phoenix with Arizona AG, aides to governor,0,7323322.story

    Goddard said it would be wrong to assume that Arizona law enforcement officers would not act in a fair and highly professional manner.”

    Brewer, who has hired private attorneys to represent her in the pending cases, expressed unease with Goddard’s willingness to defend the law.

    Goddard earlier vowed to defend it.

    “While Senate Bill 1070 is far from perfect, it is a response to a very serious problem,” Goddard said. “I told the lawyers that it would be just plain wrong for the federal government to sue to stop Arizona from dealing with something that the federal government has ignored for so many years.”

    Brewer’s office declined immediate comment.

    The federal officials’ trip to Phoenix also was an effort to see if the two sides can find common ground in the debate, which has reignited immigration as a major political issue nationwide.

    A number of other states are considering laws similar to Arizona’s.

    While numerous police chiefs have criticized the law, several Arizona associations representing rank-and-file police officers support it.

  39. blessedistruth Says:

    Thousands in Phoenix ready for immigration law protest

    There are no traffic restrictions in Tempe where supporters of the law are scheduled to gather at Tempe Diablo Stadium in Tempe at 6 p.m.

    About 10,000 people are expected to attend the “Stand with Arizona” rally.

    The group is promoting a “buycott” of Arizona to counter boycotts prompted by the new law.

  40. blessedistruth Says:

    Immigration rallies drawing crowds to Phoenix

    Supporters plan a rally of their own that could draw thousands to a Tempe baseball stadium Saturday afternoon.

    They’re encouraging like-minded Americans to “buycott” Arizona by planning vacations in the state.

  41. blessedistruth Says:

    Escondido, CA votes to SUPPORT AZ’s common-sense immigration law. Bravo!

  42. blessedistruth Says:

    48% — 52%

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

    Not bad, but I’d feel better if it were 47 — 52.

  43. blessedistruth Says:

    Official web site for Representative Paul Ryan (R – WI).

  44. blessedistruth Says:

    Obama: Gulf Spill Should Propel Passage of ‘Long-Term Energy Strategy’

    President Obama is pressing the Senate to pivot off the Gulf of Mexico oil spill to pass a “long-term energy strategy” modeled after legislation

    written by Sens. John Kerry (D-Mass.), Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.).

    (I haven’t really read up on this proposed legislation. I just hope it’s not just Glenn Beck paying attention to who will profit. There was a story a little while back about patents held by Fannie Mae, etc.)

  45. blessedistruth Says:

    Sen. Graham Suggests Climate Bill Focused Only on Power Plants

    But others say that Graham may be onto something.

    Electric utilities are responsible for about a third of the country’s annual emissions of heat-trapping pollutants, and they have been involved for about 15 years in a similar market-based mechanism that has successfully reduced acid rain.

    The power industry is also the most threatened by the prospect of U.S. EPA regulations under the Clean Air Act.

    Members of the U.S. Climate Action Partnership lobbying group discussed the power plant-only option this week during a private conference call.

    And a power industry source said today that the prospects for a broad, economywide bill remain uncertain, but there could be enough interest around legislation that deals solely with utilities

    and then takes on transportation emissions by codifying several existing Obama administration fuel economy rules and other incentives.

    “At the end of the day, I think the decision has to be made whether you want 100 percent of nothing or whether you want 60 percent of something,” the source said.

    Beyond Graham, several other Senate Republicans seen as critical for passing a climate bill have also expressed an interest in

    a less sweeping plan for controlling greenhouse gases

    including Sens. Judd Gregg of New Hampshire,

    Lamar Alexander of Tennessee,

    George Voinovich of Ohio and

    Richard Lugar of Indiana.

    Lugar plans to introduce his own legislation after the Memorial Day recess that includes

    titles on efficiency,

    stronger vehicle fuel standards,

    a minimum “clean energy” requirement for utilities, including nuclear power, and

    incentives to shut down the highest-emitting coal plants.

    Mark Helmke, a senior aide to Lugar, said he doubts Kerry and Lieberman have 60 votes for their approach.

    But he acknowledged that a proposal with limits on power plants coupled with other incentives for other industrial sectors may represent a path to 60.

    “It could be,” he said.

    “But it’s a political decision to be made by the White House and by Reid.”

    Brian Wolff, vice president for communications and government affairs at the Edison Electric Institute (EEI), acknowledged the difficulty Senate sponsors have in overcoming the “gas tax” label.

    “I think everybody had a thought that the transportation part of it, the gas tax part of it, was really going to be hard for people politically,” he said.

    But Wolff said he hasn’t had any discussions with his trade group members about the power plant-only option.

    “It’s not been baked at all,” he said.

    (Again, who will profit?)

  46. blessedistruth Says:

    Why austerity won’t fix global budget mess

    Bond guru Bill Gross makes this point:

    Tougher sovereign budgets produce government worker layoffs, pay cuts, reduced pension benefits and a drag on consumption and the ability of the private sector to accept an attempted hand-off from fiscal authorities.

    Recession becomes the fait accompli, and the deficit/GDP ratio moves ever higher because of skyrocketing risk premiums and a plunging GDP denominator.

    In many cases therefore, it may not be possible for a country to escape a debt crisis by reducing deficits.


    JP: This certainly seems to be the case with Ireland, as it has for most countries trying this path to escape a debt trap.

    As I point out in this Weekly Standard piece I wrote,

    the best way to solve a sovereign debt problem is by cutting spending and boosting economic growth.

    (James Pethokoukis writing for the Weekly Standard?! Cool!)

  47. blessedistruth Says:

    This Dana Milbank column may be the most negative piece ever written about Obama by the MSM

    Milbank on POTUS press conference: “weakest hour of his presidency” “cold” “passive” “bloodless”


    This seems a bit harsh.

    How about Obama stop blaming Bush?

    Karma is a bitch!

  48. blessedistruth Says:

    Memo to myself

    S&P 500 Stocks Biggest Weekly Changes in Analyst Target Price

    May 21 (Bloomberg) —

    The following tables (click on link) show the biggest increases and decreases in analysts’ target price, according to Bloomberg data, for companies in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index from May 14.

    The average target price reflects forecasts for the next 12 months, a period that varies among brokerage firms.

    The ratings are averaged from the analysts’ recommendations made during the past 12 months with 5 being the highest recommendation.

  49. blessedistruth Says:

    Once in a blue moon, I check my gmail account.



    from Memorial Day Weekend

    (Lafayette Hill, PA – 05/28/10) –

    Philip J. Berg, Esquire, the first Attorney who filed suit against Barack H. Obama challenging Obama’s lack of “qualifications” to serve as President of the United States stated that “WE THE PEOPLE” by and through Philip J. Berg and is sponsoring the OBAMA BIRTH CERTIFICATE / ELIGIBILITY/ OBAMACARE March on Washington.

    Due to scheduling conflicts and the importance of this March, the date of the OBAMA BIRTH CERTIFICATE / ELIGIBILITY/ OBAMACARE March on Washington was

    postponed from Memorial Day Weekend to sometime in August / September 2010.

    The new date will be announced shortly.

  50. blessedistruth Says:

    Check this out!

    Ten Stocks Make Growth-Potential Cut: John Dorfman



  51. blessedistruth Says:

    Things are not as bad as they seem?!

    Price Is Right

    On the losing side of the ledger, Baxter International Inc. has fallen more than 17 percent since last month’s high. Yet the medical-products company posted record earnings of $2.2 billion last year.

    Baxter lowered its earnings forecast for 2010. The Deerfield, Illinois-based company said the impact of the recently passed health-care overhaul bill would lower profits.

    I think Baxter is appealing at its current price, which is only about 10 times the new, lower forecast.

    Shares of Visa Inc. were higher than $96 the day the market peaked and slid to a low of about $70 last week. The financial reform package moving through Congress includes a provision limiting so-called swipe fees banks collect from merchants when consumers buy merchandise with debit cards.

    Visa Looks Expensive

    Visa and MasterCard don’t get this revenue; the issuing banks do. Visa makes its money on royalties based on spending volume. The measure might hurt the payment network companies if banks impose new fees to replace the eliminated ones, but whether that will happen is unclear.

    Even at its lower price, the San Francisco-based company’s stock is still too expensive for a value investor like me. Wake me if the shares, now trading at about $74, fall below $60.

    Phoenix-based Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. has tumbled about 16 percent in the correction. The company lost $11 billion in 2008 but has been profitable every other year since it went public in 1988. Shares are now priced at less than nine times earnings and give you cheap exposure to gold, which has been strong, and to copper, which generally does well in economic recoveries.

  52. blessedistruth Says:

    Arizona governor Brewer removes attorney general from defense of immigration law

    But an announcement from Gov. Jan Brewer late Friday night casts doubt on whether Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard will defend the state in the face of legal action from the feds.

    Brewer issued a statement Friday night saying that her legal team – not Goddard – would defend Arizona in lawsuits challenging the immigration law.

    Brewer cited Goddard’s opposition of the law and his “curious coordination with the U.S. Department of Justice.” Goddard was unavailable for comment after Brewer’s announcement.

    “For some inexplicable reason, the Department of Justice officials met with the Arizona Attorney General hours before meeting with the State of Arizona’s legal team, and then allowed the Attorney General to hold a press conference to discuss the meeting,” Brewer stated.

  53. blessedistruth Says:

    Court accused of covering for Obama in ‘Walpingate’

    Judge appears to be stonewalling scandal linked to White House

    Congressmen Grassley and Issa, however, issued a report suspecting Obama of violating his own law.

    “Throughout our investigation of Mr. Walpin’s removal, the White House has repeatedly communicated that the president was not motivated by inappropriate political reasons,” said Issa.

    “The fact is Gerald Walpin led an aggressive investigation of a political ally of President Obama that successfully recovered taxpayer dollars.

    While firing an investigator who uncovered the abuse of funds by a political ally might be considered an act of ‘political courage’ in Chicago politics, for most Americans it raises troubling questions.”

    Walpin had sued the CNCS in July of last year, seeking reinstatement.

    Joint Staff Report Firing of IG Walpin

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    New Thread:

    Obama, nuclear disarmament and the support of moderate Arab states by Nahum Barnea

  59. blessedistruth Says:

    Commenting over here this morning.

  60. blessedistruth Says:

    Commenting over here this morning.

  61. blessedistruth Says:

    New Thread:

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