Swimming in the River of Dreams

Brothers Sell Joseph into Slavery, Konstantin Flavitsky, 1855



What are dreams?

Cayce answers: “Dreams are of different natures, and have their inception from influences either in the body, in the mind, or from the realm of the soul and spirit.”

Therefore, one of the first steps toward interpretation of a dream is to identify what is the influence behind the dream: Is it the body, the mind, or the soul?

Cayce says that the most common influence impelling dreams is “mental development.”

Our subconscious (mind of our soul) and our superconscious (mind of our godly self) are attempting to correlate events and decisions with eternal, spiritual ideals and purposes.

On one occasion Cayce modified the word correlation to “co-relation of subconscious and superconscious forces manifesting through the developing mind of the entity.”

Generally, the feeling that accompanies the dream reveals how our soul feels about events, decisions, or conditions.

Beyond correlating, some dreams reflect conditions in the body that need to be cared for; some deal with opportunities that need to be seized; others are non-physical experiences in other dimensions of life that help us expand our consciousness.

In some dreams we break the time barrier and see far into the past or even into the future.

The subconscious mind is like a bird high above the road we are traveling; it can see around the next bend of our path and review the distant roads we’ve traveled and forgotten.

Dreams are multidimensional. It is this very quality that makes them so difficult to understand.

They have a language all their own; a language of imagery, symbolism, and sometimes bizarre activity.

As all who have studied their dreams can attest, dreams are often difficult to interpret and understand.

But humanity has received life-changing insight and guidance through dreams.

From biblical journeys with God to modern scientific breakthroughs, dreams have played a major role in human experience.

The Book of Job: When the Morning Stars Sang Together

Watercolour, 280 x 179 mm
Pierpont Morgan Library, New York

Blake’s images oscillate between dream and reason. Even direct references to the Bible, as here to the Book of Job, do not necessarily mean that this is an illustration of the Bible. The scenes are too much a part of the artist’s private religious vision. Here we see Job, who has been through torment and suffering, taken up by God. With His arms outstretched, God appears as the Lord of Light and Darkness, but the depiction could also be intended to show God as the Lord of the Earth. There is a striking similarity in the faces of God and Job.

The sheet is a drawing for one of the sequences of engravings that appeared from 1825.

In the Book of Job it is written:

“God speaks once, even twice — though man regards it not — in a dream, in a vision of the night, when deep sleep falls upon man, in slumberings upon the bed.

Then God opens the ears of humans, and seals their instruction, that He may withdraw man from his [selfish] purposes, and hide pride from man.

He keeps back his soul from the pit, and his life from perishing by the sword.”

Budget time for swimming in the river of dreams. They guide us to the shores of paradise.

Sleep is a shadow of death and the life beyond this world.

To live in dreamy sleep is to know heaven.

Writer James Agee was 45 years old in 1955 when he died of heart failure in the backseat of a New York taxicab. His unfinished novel, A Death in the Family, was posthumously edited and published to great acclaim two years later. It’s a deeply felt autobiographical remembrance of Agee’s childhood in Knoxville, Tennessee, and the car crash that took his father’s life when the author was six years old. The novel won a Pulitzer Prize and became the basis for a stage play, All the Way Home, that garnered a Pulitzer of its own. (The play was adapted into a virtually forgotten 1963 film starring Robert Preston and Jean Simmons.)

Heaven is that place never ever dreamt of.

rosettasister Says:
February 17, 2009 at 5:06 pm

I don’t believe we humans can even begin to comprehend just how immeasurable God is.

On our Valentine’s Day thread, I mentioned how Robert Preston is my favorite actor ever.

Shortly after he died, I dreamt of him and you know what he told me?

He said, and I’ll never forget it as it was such an euphoric dream,

“Heaven is that place never ever dreamt of.”

I woke with tears in my eyes as I felt as though I’d been given a gift, just an inkling of what heaven must be like.

I told you I had strange dreams!

In this uplifting commentary, best-selling author John Van Auken reveals the simple yet profound path that takes one from living in the grind of karma to the light and peace of grace.

Using the foundation of spiritual living found in the fruits of the spirit and as given by psychic Edgar Cayce, Van Auken weaves a tapestry of love and light, of freedom from karmic reactions, of hope and happiness.


97 Responses to “Swimming in the River of Dreams”

  1. blessedistruth Says:

    Music for Swimming in the Desert with the Extraterrestrials – Part Two (courtesy of GentleBeam)


    If you click “Play” button you can listen to one song at a time.

    If you click on green arrow it will take you to link.

  2. blessedistruth Says:

    National Council of Churches of Kenya

    Charge the Committee of Experts with Hate Speech

    Press Statement


    5. Conclusion

    Having considered these examples of hate speech integrated in the proposed new constitution, we challenge the National Cohesion and Integration Commission to stop serving as a political tool for the government and apply the law unequivocally.

    The selective application of the law has already shown that

    *** in the eyes of the Commission, only the persons opposing the proposed constitution are guilty of hate speech ***

    Such a practice will only destroy an institution that was meant to foster the peaceful future of our nation.

    Our prayer remains what we often sing in the National Anthem:

    “Oh God of all creation, bless this our land and nation, justice be our shield and defender, may we dwell in unity, peace and liberty, plenty be found within our borders”.

    Signed on this 21st June 2010 at Christian Students Leadership Centre (Ufungamano House)

  3. blessedistruth Says:

    Dialogue in Kenya?


    The Government could not afford to close the doors on dialogue, the VP warned.

    But Canon Karanja stated that the church was not ready to be subjected to a “wild goose chase” by the Government and asked it to demonstrate its commitment to such dialogue

    by suspending the referendum so that the document is amended.

    The church leaders also demanded that the Committee of Experts (CoE) be charged with promoting hate speech by including clauses likely to cause ethnic conflict.

    The church leaders cited several clauses in the chapter on land which they claimed were likely to trigger conflicts between various communities in the country if the Proposed Constitution is passed during the referendum.

    They cited clauses touching on community land, ancestral land and the National Land Commission which they warned would stir up tribal conflict if the new law is passed.

    “For setting our nation on the path of self destruction, the Committee of Experts should be made to take responsibility,” the church leaders stated.

  4. blessedistruth Says:

    Bite-Me Biden promised the pouring in of aid on the passing of the proposed Kenyan constitution?


    The ‘No’ team has told off the United States over alleged meddling in Kenya’s constitution making.

    Red Card Centre chief executive Tom Namwamba said it was “contemptuous” of US Vice-President Joe Biden to peg President Barack Obama’s visit to Kenya and the pouring in of aid on the passing of the proposed constitution.

    “Are we making a constitution for Kenya or the United States of America? We are a sovereign state and not a colony of any nation,” said Dr Namwamba, who was in the company of Konoin MP Julius Kones.

    His remarks came a day after reports of

    “heated debate in the US Congress”

    over abortion provisions in the proposed constitution.

  5. blessedistruth Says:

    Retired Bishop: Biden’s Kenya Constitution Support ‘Invites Canonical Censure’


    Bishop Gracida wrote on his blog Saturday that Biden “has crossed the line as a Catholic” by supporting the document.

    “Now he has taken a stand on Kenya’s proposed new constitution, a stand which is probably a violation of US law and a stand that is certainly immoral,” wrote the retired bishop.

    “Perhaps God, who knows whether or not Biden’s brain was permanently damaged by his brain surgery, will not judge him too harshly, but the Church, which does not have that kind of knowledge should certainly speak out and reprimand him.”

    Then-senator Biden underwent two operations in 1988 to correct intracranial aneurysms.

    Last month, three U.S. congressmen with legal oversight jurisdiction over foreign funds launched a probe to determine

    whether the Obama administration has violated federal law

    by using taxpayer money to promote the pro-abortion constitution.

  6. blessedistruth Says:

    Does Obama Hate Black People?


    Obama hates black people.

    The president has expanded the welfare state, the unemployment rolls, and advocated against school voucher programs, all issues which disproportionately affect blacks.

    His position on abortion is perhaps the most alarming because it has become evident that he is using all the resources available to him to ensure that black babies here and abroad never reach their first breath.

    Yet, in the midst of all of these issues, Black Americans continue to blindly support the president and his radical agenda.


    As Dr. Alveda King — niece of a real black leader, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.– once said,

    “The great irony, is that abortion has done what the Klan only dreamed of.”

    Obama massages and kisses the foreheads of his black children each night as he tucks them in for bed,

    but then he leaves the room and thinks about the black “human weeds” of the world,

    who should never receive the same affection;

    he’s apparently even willing to break the law to see to it.

    J.C. Arenas is a frequent contributor to American Thinker and welcomes your comments at jcarenas.com


  7. blessedistruth Says:

    Margaret Sanger

    Founder of Planned Parenthood

    In Her Own Words


    On blacks, immigrants and indigents:

    “…human weeds,’ ‘reckless breeders,’ ‘spawning… human beings who never should have been born.”

    Margaret Sanger, Pivot of Civilization, referring to immigrants and poor people

    On sterilization & racial purification:

    Sanger believed that, for the purpose of racial “purification,” couples should be rewarded who chose sterilization.

    Birth Control in America, The Career of Margaret Sanger, by David Kennedy, p. 117, quoting a 1923 Sanger speech.

  8. blessedistruth Says:

    Interpretación Crop Circles mayo y junio 2010 – Fernando Correa

    tercermilenio — June 21, 2010 — Fernando Correa presenta la interpretación de algunos crop circles aparecidos en mayo y junio de 2010.

  9. blessedistruth Says:

    Senator Lamar Alexander: “Nuclear Power Is the Most Reliable and Useful Source of Green Electricity Today”


    But even this accelerated reaction is not entirely unique to our engineered nuclear reactors.

    Two billion years ago, in the country of Gabon in uranium deposits in the Oklo region, a lucky combination of hydrology and bacteria converted some natural uranium deposits into a nuclear reactor that ran for what was probably hundreds of thousands of years.

    Scientific American reported a few years ago that these natural reactors probably released, over a period of thousands of years, the same energy that the Watts Bar reactor produces in a decade – which is to say a huge amount of power.

    It’s interesting to note that two billion years after those reactors shut off, the world is still here and life still evolved, even though the waste from those reactors wasn’t contained and Greenpeace wasn’t there to picket.

    So nuclear power is as natural as sunlight.

    “these natural reactors” ???

    Now I’ve heard everything!

  10. blessedistruth Says:

    Top Searches at RosettaSister

    simon cowell, sedona, mountain,


    This post got a lot of views yesterday. R. I. P. Edith Shain.

    “sailor kissing nurse”

    Glenn McDuffie has fought for years to prove he was the sailor who kissed Edith Shain that day in New York


  11. blessedistruth Says:

    (This piece is relatively short, so copied in full.)

    The Anti-Lincoln: Obama’s Malice-Towards-All-Charity-Towards-None Policy

    Posted by: Hugh Hewitt


    After President Obama’s treatment of former President Bush, the CEO of GM, Mitch McConnell, insurance excs, doctors and everyone in the oil industry but especially BP’s senior execs

    –in short, of everyone he perceives as a threat or insufficiently awed by his talent–

    we shouldn’t be surprised that he took less than 40 hours to sack his hand-picked commander in Afghanistan

    even after dithering for four months over that commander’s recommendations.

    The president isn’t much of a decider except when it comes to lashing out at anyone who threatens his own carefully developed self-image.

    The stage had been set for the president to accept an apology and send a warrior back to his vitally important work.

    Instead the president sacked Patton and sent Ike to run the Third Army.

    Now as a confrontation looms with Iran and a crucial hand-over approaches in Iraq, the country’s leading strategist

    –and a competitor for attention within the Beltway–

    gets sent to the toughest job in the world and CentCom gets a new leader.

    General Petraeus is of course a great commander and will do a great job,

    but that such a change has been made and such a sacrifice demanded because of a Rolling Stone interview is stunning and very dispiriting.

    (Yes, I feel the same way. And how does this affect troop morale?)

    The president has an unerring instinct for taking any tough situation and making it worse,

    whether it is the recession, the car business, health care, the oil spill and now the war in Afghanistan.

  12. blessedistruth Says:

    “The president has an unerring instinct for taking any tough situation and making it worse”

    The Goldfinger Pointer In Chief

    He’s the man, the man with the midas touch.
    A spider’s touch.
    Such a cold finger.
    Beckons you to enter his web of sin
    But don’t go in.

    Shirley Bassey – Goldfinger 1970

  13. blessedistruth Says:

    Posted by wilco200 at Free Republic

    Billy Nungesser phones in on Anderson Cooper. Totally Fed up with the dedging being delayed for over a week. Calls Obama out on the people who he has in his administration.

  14. blessedistruth Says:

    “I’m as mad as hell, and I’m not going to take this anymore!

    Billy Nungesser Transcript


    00:04:46 The work has halted, the dredging has stopped and the battle between state and federal officials goes on.

    00:04:55 >> You saw plaquemines’ parish billy nungesser joining us now.

    00:05:04 He joins us by phone.

    00:05:06 >> They denied it.

    00:05:07 We’ve got to wait the nine or ten days to build this pipeline and the lady that — same lady that stood up in the meeting in new orleans that eventually approved the permit and she kept giving it every reason why we can’t do this is the one that shut us down, that jane linder.

    00:05:26 To give you the kind of person we’re dealing with, she sent an e-mail out today that said could we possibly move volunteers to shorten that timeframe?

    00:05:36 Obviously this lady has never — doesn’t know what a dredge is or what a barrier island is.

    00:05:40 It’s a 36-inch steel pipe, lady.

    00:05:43 You don’t move it with volunteers.

    00:05:44 And the pelicans she’s worried about — anderson, you saw that small grass area behind us.

    00:05:51 This berm by friday would have protected that small — one of the last breeding grounds out there left.

    00:05:58 But this project being shut down, if that oil comes to the chandeliers by friday, as projected, those pelicans and breeding grounds will be destroyed because she single-handedly stopped this project.

    00:06:14 I want to put her on notice that I will send her those pictures personally because she will personally be responsible for killing hundreds of pelicans.

    00:06:19 >> Look, the interior department, they’re not malicious.


    00:06:23 I talked to a guy from the interior department last night who said, look, we have legitimate concerns about where this sand is being dredged from and that it’s going to cause greater harm to these barrier islands which have been eroding.

    00:06:38 >> It could cause harm.

    00:06:38 >> You’re saying they’ve been eroding for years?

    00:06:41 >> Just like we’ve been hearing.

    00:06:43 Could, would, should have, maybe.

    00:06:45 Those are not comments made when you go to war.

    00:06:48 It could.

    00:06:49 You know what?

    00:06:51 It could rain cats and dogs tonight.

    00:06:54 Come on, guys!

    00:06:55 We’re at war here.

    00:06:57 It could.

    00:06:57 We’re going to replace the sand.

    00:06:59 Let me tell you something, anderson.

    00:07:01 I thought about this a while ago when you talked about the general being replaced.

    00:07:05 And I don’t agree with anybody speaking out that’s in the armed forces against our leader and our chief.

    00:07:11 But I think it’s time for the president to take a step back.

    00:07:15 He has a bigger problem.

    00:07:17 Just like the problems we have with the interior secretary, with thad allen, with everybody with the administration.

    00:07:24 The only way anything ever got done was the president coming down here himself.

    00:07:28 Well, the people in the military have those inner thoughts about his administration, the same thoughts all of louisiana has.

    00:07:36 He has a bigger problem than a loose-lipped general.

    00:07:41 He better take a soul search and look at the people surrounding him, because the job ain’t getting done here and it obviously ain’t getting done over there.

    00:07:50 And we got a serious problem in this country and the president of the united states better address it because it’s not just somebody like me or him or anybody sounding off at the mouth.

    00:08:01 It’s what we truly feel that we are getting the run around.

    00:08:05 We’re not getting the truth half the time and nobody has the sense of urgency to do anything, whether it be here or obviously overseas.

    00:08:15 And I’m sure whoever he replaced him with may not say that, but that — that hero is thinking that, I guarantee you.

    00:08:24 It’s widespread in the military.

    00:08:26 So, the president needs to do a little soul searching.

    00:08:28 I don’t want to tell him how to do his job but he needs to take a step back and say I’ve got some problems up here in washington and I better address them and quit letting bureaucrats take over washington.

    00:08:48 I’m fed up with it.


    00:08:49 >> To hear the new documents released by the coast guard, that bp was offered technology on may 4th to measure the leak and on may 19th you have lamar McKAY TESTIFYING THAT THEY DON’T Know about any way to measure the leak, what do you think about that?

    00:09:05 >> I told you about two products brought to me by local scientists here.

    00:09:11 The guy who started krispy kringle donuts.

    00:09:18 We’ve been saying that from day one, neither was considered.

    00:09:21 Once again we find out we were lied to, just like the dispersants.

    00:09:30 We’re going to keep it on the bottom.

    00:09:31 We haven’t even relooked to see if we should quit spraying the stouf st you have and maybe have a fighting chance on top of the water.

    00:09:38 We just keep letting them spray.

    00:09:40 I am so unbelievably upset about this.

    00:09:44 We fought for months to get this dredge approved.

    00:09:47 Men, women are working around the clock.

    00:09:49 Anderson, we put lights on our boats tonight to go out at night and pick up oil in the bays where you went out with us, becauswe’re tired of losing the battle.

    00:09:58 And we are getting absolutely shut down and bureaucratics in washington — this is unbelievable.

    00:10:05 This doesn’t seem like america.

    00:10:08 >> Billy nungesser, I appreciate you talking with us tonight, billy.

    00:10:13 >> Thank you.

  15. blessedistruth Says:

    “Come on, guys! We’re at war here.” Billy Nungesser

    Arizona Immigration – Pinal County Sheriff asks Obama for troops

    Sheriff Babeau asks President Obama for troops to help fight the illegal immigration across the Arizona border.

  16. blessedistruth Says:

    Nevada Senate – Angle vs. Reid Rasmussen Reports Angle 48, Reid 41 Angle +7


  17. blessedistruth Says:

    48% — 51%

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

    Same as yesterday.

  18. blessedistruth Says:

    June 24, 2010

    Only 28% Say Shifting Workers to Government Health Insurance Plan is Good

    48% See Government Today As A Threat to Individual Rights

    Rasmussen Reports

    “Shifting Workers to Government Health Insurance Plan” ?

    I fail to see why this is being polled.

    A better question would be:

    “Will your employer continue to provide you with coverage or drop you like a hot potato and pay the fine?”

  19. blessedistruth Says:

    Posted by STARWISE at Free Republic

    Charlie Rose Show: A Look at Gen. Stanley M. McChrystal and Afghanistan – (click on the picture)


    The story of a President, 2 Generals, the future of a war and magazine story.

    The implications on the resignation of General Stanley McChrystal.

    We talk to David Kilcullen, former counter insurgency advisor to David Petraeus, Eric Bates, Executive Editor of Rolling Stone, Eliot Cohen of Johns Hopkins University, Rajiv Chandrasekaran from the Washington Post and Michael Gordon of the New York Times.

    Also via phone from Afghanistan with Dexter Filkins of The New York Times.

    We close with excerpts from past interviews with General McChrystal and General Petraeus

  20. blessedistruth Says:

    Oh, great! What is this all about?!


    @avivao i think that it will cost jobs is indisputable, the question is whether these is an acceptable cost or not. No free lunch!

    about 2 hours ago via TweetDeck in reply to avivao .


    I know no one cares about FinReg, but these last minutes events are going to cost LOTS of jobs

    about 2 hours ago via TweetDeck .


    RT @JonHenke: Why do stimulus advocates assume that government can easily initiate new projects? http://bit.ly/cZjXs5

    about 5 hours ago via TweetDeck .


    Barney Frank wants big banks to pay for potential wind down of Fannie and Freddie — just let that sink in for a moment

    about 5 hours ago via TweetDeck

  21. blessedistruth Says:

    Gregg: Wall Street bill likely ‘locked in place’


    Gregg’s comments come as Democrats are trying to bridge a party divide over strict derivatives language included in the bill by Sen. Blanche Lincoln (D-Ark.) that would restrict trading of the financial products many blame for the 2008 financial meltdown.

    Centrist and New York House Democrats have expressed reservations with the language and plan to negotiate with Lincoln, despite warnings from House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank (D-Mass.) that the problems do not endanger the bill’s chances of passing.

    Democratic leaders, however, want to complete work on the bill and present it to President Barack Obama before the fast-approaching July 4 recess.

    In order to do so, Democrats have reached out to Republican lawmakers for their support.

    No House Republicans backed the bill but four Senate Republicans helped pass the upper chamber’s version in March.

  22. blessedistruth Says:


    Financial Reform Will Cause Credit Crunch: Sen. Gregg


    The derivative language in the bill is one of the main reasons there could be a major credit squeeze.

    The bill, which is in its final hours of revision, would require banks to spin off their swap desks requiring large amounts of new capital to support the desks.

    That capital, instead of being available for lending, will be tied up in the swap desks causing a contraction in credit, Gregg said.

    “Derivatives, as we all understand, are the oil and grease that keeps the credit markets going,” he said.

    “If you put so many obligations on them that are arbitrary, which really dont get to the core issue of making them safe and sound and making them as transparent as possible …

    you’re going to, in my opinion, do very little that is constructive and a lot of that’s destructive in the area of credit formation in this country.”

  23. blessedistruth Says:

    Banks fear adding mortgage giants to bank bill


    Big banks have mounted a last-ditch lobbying effort to kill a House proposal to add ailing mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to the type of firms that would be subject to liquidation at financial industry expense.

    House negotiators inserted the provision last week to a massive overhaul of financial regulations at the insistence of Republican lawmakers.

    Senate negotiators have moved to reject it and will likely succeed.

  24. blessedistruth Says:

    Angela Merkel — A German Lady with Cojones (or Merkel versus Soros)

    Germany Defends Budget Cuts, Shrugs Off US Fears


    But some experts caution Germany should not try to cut spending at a time when other, more indebted countries, such as Greece, Spain and Portugal, are already doing so.

    U.S. billionaire investor George Soros on Wednesday in Berlin warned that Germany’s insistence on fiscal tightening could initiate a “a period of prolonged stagnation or worse,” leading to widespread “discontent and social unrest” that could endanger the European Union.

    But German economists have largely applauded the government’s move as a return to fiscal orthodoxy.

    “The economy at the moment is so strong that it can stand the moderate planned consolidation effort,” said Ulrich Kater, chief economist at Germany’s Deka Bank.

    “The events on the financial markets showed a lot of countries in the euro zone that their amount of debt has reached the limit of sustainability,” Kater added, noting that the U.S., due to its size, can afford higher deficits.

  25. blessedistruth Says:

    Ralph Vaughan Williams


  26. blessedistruth Says:

    Unions can be good at certain times in certain places. But here, at this time, unions mostly have outlived their usefulness. Except to get Dems elected. And unions are literally killing the fiscal soundness of some of our states. And those states expect the rest of us to bail them out.

    History of Unions in America



    We’ve got more on the racist history of the unions coming up in a few minutes, but there’s another historical aspect to unions they’d like you to ignore: communism.

    If you think that it’s not a big deal, does anyone remember California wanting to pass a bill that would have changed current law and allow communists to teach and use the public schools in California?

    Here’s the text: “Under existing law, a public employee is required to answer, under oath, specified questions, including, but not limited to, knowing membership in an organization advocating the forceful or violent overthrow of the government of the United States or of any state. This bill would delete these provisions.”

    Even though it was vetoed by Gov. Schwarzenegger, it’s not stopping the unions from hiring teachers like this.

    In what universe would this be a good idea to take this out?

    Who would even think to bring this one to the table?

    Unless you are a teachers union looking to recruit more communist teachers.

    We have a group that past presidents have said should not be able to organize in the government.

    Not only have they been able to organize, but they are going to be responsible to the biggest hits to our system.

    It won’t be the banks that bring us down, it’ll be the politicians and the unions.

    We have a president surrounding himself with Marxists and union leaders — unions that are stirring up hatred on the streets.

    It’s easy for me to say we have commies, unions, etc. who share the same goals as this administration.

    I don’t want to say that. I can say it every day and it means nothing.

    I want to show you the history, built off what we’ve already showed you over the past few months.

    You decide: Do we have commies, unions and this administration sharing the same goals?

    (Like you said, Mr Beck, they are using each other.)

  27. blessedistruth Says:



  28. blessedistruth Says:

    Reps. Paul Ryan and Jeb Hensarling: We need to cut spending now

    By: Reps. Paul Ryan and Jeb Hensarling
    June 23, 2010

    Part two of a three-part series


    At the House Budget Committee, we have identified $1.3 trillion in savings to help get our fiscal house in order and spur job creation.

    Among the proposals:

    – Cancel unused bailout funds. The financial rescue package has morphed into a Washington slush fund for special interests. To prevent its continued abuses, we should terminate the Troubled Asset Relief Program.

    – Cancel unspent “stimulus” funds. We need more jobs, not more debt.

    – Reduce government employment and freeze government pay. We need to grow the economy, not government.

    – Cut and cap discretionary spending. After an 84 percent increase in discretionary spending, Washington has added trillions of dollars to our debt, yet failed to produce the jobs promised. We should return spending to pre-Obama levels and establish discretionary spending caps.

    – Reform Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. We need to phase out the federal control of these mortgage giants, limit taxpayer exposure and combat crony capitalism.

    These specific proposals, offered as real legislation, would cut spending immediately.

    This is just a start.

    It is clear that much more needs to be done to rein in government spending, spur private-sector growth, and set our nation on a sustainable fiscal and economic future.

    In tomorrow’s piece, we will examine our plan to do just that.

  29. blessedistruth Says:

    Big government debt mortgages our children’s future

    By: Jeb Hensarling and Paul Ryan

    June 21, 2010

    Part one of a three-part series


  30. blessedistruth Says:

    Reps. Paul Ryan and Jeb Hensarling: A road map to America’s future

    June 24, 2010

    Part three of a three-part series.


    The road map is a real plan, with real numbers to back it up, and real legislation to implement it.

    It secures the following key objectives:

    – Providing health and retirement security: The road map preserves our entitlement programs as structured for Americans 55 and older, while making critical reforms for future beneficiaries so that we can sustain and strengthen the nation’s health and retirement safety net. Our plan ensures universal access to health insurance, fulfills the missions of Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security, and makes these programs permanently solvent.

    – Lifting the debt burden: The road map brings federal spending to sustainable levels and lifts the crushing burden of debt.

    – Promoting job creation and economic growth: The road map spurs sustained economic and job growth by simplifying our tax code and putting the United States in a position to lead — not merely survive — in the international marketplace.

    The road map remains the only legislative proposal confirmed by the Congressional Budget Office and government actuaries as tackling the debt threat and restoring solvency to our entitlement programs.

    It was our hope that by offering a solution to our looming debt crisis, those who disagreed with our approach would offer ideas of their own.

    Regrettably Washington’s partisans have countered with political attacks rather than viable alternatives.

  31. blessedistruth Says:

    Paul Ryan, Ranking Member of the House Budget Committee, joins 620WTMJ’s Charlie Sykes to highlight Washington’s unprecedented — and dangerous — budget failure.

    “There is a big fight in Congress over the size, shape and role of government.

    The last thing those that run Washington want to do is limit the size of government.

    They’d rather see the size of our wallets, our small businesses, our economy contract first.

    They believe that the government ought to be at the center of our economy, health care, education, energy, financial sector and more.

    It is a philosophy they’ve been pretty honest about — and they’re doing their best to push it all through.”

  32. blessedistruth Says:

    Rep. Paul Ryan tackles entitlement reform


  33. blessedistruth Says:

    “I’m as mad as hell, and I’m not going to take this anymore!

    Barrasso: “The Administration, it seems to me, is now putting ideology over scientific integrity.”

    Questions Sec. Salazar About Political Agenda Behind Offshore Drilling Moratorium and the Objectivity of the Oil Spill Commission

    June 24, 2010


    “So, here I am looking at a moratorium that to me is causing additional unnecessary economic harm to a region that is already suffering.

    “Now, according to the Interior Department’s own report, ‘the OCS oil and gas industry provides relatively high-paying jobs in drilling and production activities.’

    It goes on to say ‘Offshore operations provide direct employment estimated at 150,000 jobs.’

    “We know that the federal judge overturned the moratorium on Tuesday, saying:

    ‘the Court is unable to divine or fathom a relationship between the findings and the immense scope of the moratorium.’

    “Well, to make matters worse Mr. Secretary, the President’s newly appointed seven member Oil Spill Commission, it seems to me to be stacked with people who philosophically oppose offshore exploration.

    The President said he wanted an objective look, well the Commission’s background and expertise doesn’t really include an oil or a drilling expert.

    “So people in the Gulf, people across the country are wondering about the Administration’s goals?

    Is it really about making offshore energy exploration safer or is it shutting down our offshore and American oil and gas?

    “When they see that

    the President of the Natural Resource Defense Council

    is one of the seven members of the committee,

    and this group is that just intervened as a defendant in the court case wanting to continue the moratorium,

    it’s no surprise that the American people are asking questions.

    “So I want to applaud the members of this Committee for taking a less political approach.

    Including our Chair and our Vice-Chairman, and the thoughtful bills that are under consideration today

    “I wanted to ask about the Jones Act.

    “More than a dozen foreign countries have offered to help.

    BP and the Administration have been slow to accept the assistance is what I’m hearing from Senators who represent the states in that area.

    “We heard from the Coast Guard Captain that, ‘We have exhausted all our East Coast supply of skimming vessels.

    We are now looking at Norway, France, Spain, and other European vessels.’

    “Under the Jones Act, foreign skimmers are prohibited from skimming within three miles of the U.S. coast.

    “Do you have enough skimmers in the Gulf?

    And are there currently any outstanding offers that have been rejected that we really ought to reconsider and accept?”

  34. blessedistruth Says:

    Geez Louise!

    We all niggas now!

    By Erik Rush


    In my book, “Negrophilia: From Slave Block to Pedestal – America’s Racial Obsession,” I point out that the protocol executed by the left toward compromising the social and cultural viability of black Americans is identical to that which was later (and is currently being) used to transform the rest of America into a society sufficiently hedonistic, ignorant, dependent and deluded that it might be easily and effectively hoodwinked into voting away its liberties.

    This has very nearly occurred. Due in part to certain sensibilities circumscribed in my book, as well as stellar marketing, propaganda and a complicit press, Americans reflexively cast votes for a dedicated communist as president of the United States.

    Every facet of Barack Obama’s presidency – his Cabinet, proposals, policies and machinations – smack of old-school Marxist dogma combined with ’60s radicalism.

    Every move appears to be calculated to compromise America economically, politically and socially.

    This appearance is with good reason, because indeed every move is calculated to compromise America economically, politically and socially.

    This has resulted in a popular backlash that is being addressed by the president’s supporters on many fronts as – you guessed it – racism.

    As has become clear to millions of Americans, since the end of the Civil Rights Movement, issues of racial tension and cultural balkanization have never been about Americans being incapable of peacefully coexisting.

    They have been about weakening our perception of ourselves as Americans, thus resulting in squabbling amongst ourselves, rather than addressing our common enemy (the political left) and being ripe for the aforementioned hoodwinking.

    This emerging clarity, if you will, has led to more Americans becoming engaged with each passing week, because they can now see that the crises held before them have been nothing but smoke.

    Race is not an issue for most Americans, and they’ve learned that it really isn’t much of an issue to the political left either, despite the inordinate emphasis placed on it for the last several decades.

    For all practical purposes, our neighbors have realized that in our leaders’ eyes, “we all niggas now!”

    (Well Erik Rush agrees with Glenn Beck. Sort of.)

  35. blessedistruth Says:

    Kuria MP Wilfred Machage

    DP suspends Machage over ‘hate’ remarks


    But contacted by the Nation, Mr Machage downplayed the suspension saying: “Right now I am concerned with the matter of the constitution.”

    “Nothing else should cross my mind,” Mr Machage said and declined to give further comments.

    The MP, who has since dared President Kibaki to sack him, has denied issuing inciting remarks and vowed to continue campaigning for the defeat of the proposed constitution.

  36. blessedistruth Says:

    Previous Press Statements from National Council of Churches of Kenya Regarding the No Camp in Kenya


  37. blessedistruth Says:

    Art of the Trio, Vol. 5: Progression

    Jazz pianist Brad Mehldau has recorded and performed extensively since the early 1990s. Mehldau’s most consistent output over the years has taken place in the trio format.

    Starting in 1996, his group released a series of five records on Warner Bros. entitled The Art of the Trio.

    Brad Mehldau

    1. Quit (Live) (Album Version) 7:14

    2. Secret Love (Live) (Album Version) 10:08


    3. Sublation (Live) (Album Version) 14:58


    4. Resignation (Live) (Album Version) 8:39

    5. Long Ago And Far Away (Live) (Album Version) 14:50


    6. How Long Has This Been Going On (Live) (Album Version) 10:45


  38. blessedistruth Says:

    Santa Esmeralda – The House Of The Rising Sun


  39. blessedistruth Says:

    Regarding InspectorSmith (Lucas Smith)


    To: TaraP

    Wasn’t this already debunked here on FR a year ago?

    3 posted on 06/17/2010 10:05:17 PM PDT by mamelukesabre



    To: mamelukesabre

    Nothing was debunked although many tried.

    33 posted on 06/17/2010 10:25:43 PM PDT by hoosiermama


    To: hoosiermama; butterdezillion

    Fred Nerks had me check it out in September 2009, which was a month after I left FR.

    One thing I noted was that I matched the foot print on the Kenya BC with a footprint image taken from another child/country/time..

    I’ll have to go back through my mail to find it.

    But – here’s a warning people.

    Remember Obama’s COLB?

    There is a limit as to what you can say about a single image without having either the original or one or more similar BC’s that are contemporary with Obama’s.

    Secondly, you also have to believe all of the detailed info in Smith’s BC whiich is identical to the COLB – except, of course, for the place of birth.

    I don’t and I have documented reasons why that will come out in my book.

    Speaking of which, I need to get back and finish the nuclear bombshell of a video I’m posting tomorrow morning on my Youtube channel.

    992 posted on 06/23/2010 9:08:27 PM PDT by Polarik

  40. blessedistruth Says:

    To: Polarik

    Here is the place when the time comes:


    TheDrRJP’s Channel


    1,012 posted on 06/24/2010 5:44:28 PM PDT by rosettasister

  41. blessedistruth Says:

    WaPo’s David Weigel Again Exposed Trashing the Right He’s Supposed to Cover

    By Lachlan Markay

    Thu, 06/24/2010



    Many conservatives, including a number of NewsBusters contributors, have been skeptical of Washington Post blogger Dave Weigel since he was hired in March to cover the right.

    Time and again, those concerns have been vindicated as Weigel has ridiculed a number of conservatives and conservative positions.


    Weigel took heat in May for calling gay marriage opponents “bigots” and for stating on his Twitter account, “I hear there’s video out there of Matt Drudge diddling an 8-year-old boy. Shocking.”

    NewsBusters contributor Dan Gainor called Weigel out on his inappropriate statements, noting that his new employment at the Post required a heightened degree of professionalism that he may not have been used to.

    Apparently that message was lost on Weigel.

    As a reporter for an organization as prominent as the Post, Weigel should not be surprised when he catches flack for making unprofessional and inappropriate statements.

    Weigel has taken to his blog to apologize for and defend the most recent comments.

    But his excuses really do not make any difference.

    The comments he is trying to defend demonstrate his hostility towards conservatives and conservatism.

    A journalist who reverts to name-calling and derisive criticism of those who is charged with covering cannot seriously claim to be covering them fairly.

    “I feel [Weigel’s] column often looks for ways that make conservatives look bad,” wrote Gainor in March, “while his opposite number, the Post’s Ezra Klein, is an open liberal and spends his time making the left look good.”

    Who knows, maybe that was the point all along.


    I wanted to puke when I heard Weigel was going to the Post.

  42. blessedistruth Says:

    More on David Weigel

    “It seems like he spends a lot of time apologizing,” said Penny Nance, the chief executive of Concerned Women for America, one of Weigel’s conservative critics.

    “The problem is Concerned Women for America and other conservatives resent the idea of the Washington Post or other major news affiliates hiring people who hate us to be the ones to report on us.

    David Weigel has already shown great distaste, if not downright disdain, for conservatives, so it’s difficult for us to take the Post seriously when this is the person the Post hires to cover conservatives.”

    But the Post does not seem moved by the criticism.

  43. blessedistruth Says:

    45% — 53%

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

  44. rosettasister Says:

    June 25, 2010

    41% Say U.S. World Cup Win Likely

    Washington Senate: Murray (D) 47%, Rossi (R) 47%

    Rasmussen Reports

  45. blessedistruth Says:

    “butterdezillion” on Obama COLB


    To: tutstar

    As far as I can tell, from what the HDOH has said – which isn’t much – the COLB is what their Administrative Rules call an abbreviated birth certificate.

    The Administrative Rules speak of 4 kinds of birth certificates:

    certified standard birth certificate, non-certified standard birth certificate, certified abbreviated birth certificate, and non-certified abbreviated birth certificate

    (so either long-form or short-form, and each form can be either certified or non-certified).

    Hawaii law also says there is a verification of birth.

    The HDOH said that they don’t do verifications – that the COLB is what they send out if somebody asks for a verification.

    Right now they don’t issue anything that says “Certification of Live Birth”.

    What they issue is an Oct 2008 revision with the heading “Certificate of Live Birth”

    (October of 2008 is when Fukino made her first statement saying that they have Obama’s original birth certificate on record according to state policies and procedures;

    a couple months before that the HDOH said they don’t issue long-form BC’s any more,

    which probably explains why they switched the heading to say “Certificate” rather than “Certification”.

    Their claim that they won’t print long-form BC’s any more is clearly against the Administrative Rules, and

    any changes they want to make have to go through an elaborate procedure including publication of hearing dates, hearings, public input, revisions, adoption, and the governor’s published announcement of the change in rules and the effective date.

    None of that procedure has happened.

    Hawaii statute requires Hawaii birth certificates to have all the required information from the CDC standard certificate.

    The Administrative Rules refer to signatures on the birth certificate.

    There is clearly a requirement for the HDOH to have long-form BC’s.

    I asked the HDOH for a blank copy of their STANDARD (not abbreviated) birth certificate and they sent me an Oct 2008 revision of the COLB.

    I explained that I was not asking for what they send out when people ask for a copy of a birth certificate but for the actual birth certificate which is to be fully completed and which meets the requirements set forth in law.

    I think there are 70+ items on the CDC’s standard BC.

    They went into an infinite loop of “We already gave you the standard birth certificate.

    We don’t understand what information you think is missing.

    Everything is computerized now so we don’t have to show you anything.”

    IOW, they are in full BS mode.

    Even Dr Conspiracy agreed that they were BS-ing, that they have a long-form which mirrors the CDC standard birth certificate but for some reason are refusing to disclose it.

    And there’s actually even a statute that requires this information to be posted so they’re being doubly stupid about it.

    So basically, it seems that the COLB is the abbreviated birth certificate.

    They aren’t allowed to print out a COLB unless they have a completed long-form for the person.

    In fact, there was just a court case regarding whether a couple could refuse to have the parents’ race on the BC.

    The HDOH initially said they couldn’t print up anything for the family to use for legal purposes unless the long-form BC was complete – including the races.

    So the family sued, saying that their free speech also includes the right to be silent and not declare their race if they don’t want to.

    I think the HDOH did eventually give them a COLB to use for legal purposes which didn’t have the race on it.

    There’s one other thing that goes into this though.

    When Tim Adams said that his superiors said they don’t have a birth certificate for Obama there are a couple different ways to take that.

    He could be saying they don’t have a HOSPITAL-GENERATED birth certificate.

    That would be a long-form BC with doctor’s signature.

    I’m positive that he doesn’t have that.

    The HDOH says they have an “original birth certificate” for Obama.

    That could be (and probably is) a long-form with no doctor’s signature, but the signature of a “witness” (probably Madelyn Dunham).

    However, to complete the birth certificate there is certain medical information that must be included and Madelyn Dunham would not have had the proper documentation for that.

    Normally if a child was born unattended by medical personnel the child and mother went to the doctor immediately for a check-up and the doctor would complete the BC.

    The statutes in 1961 appear to have given the parents 30 days to have the child examined by a doctor who would then complete the medical portion.

    If the entire BC was not completed within 30 days then the BC would be labeled as “delayed” (later the terminology changed to “late”) when it was finally completed.

    A delayed or altered BC does not qualify as prima facie evidence.

    As far as I can tell the EVVE System – which is used in Hawaii – includes a way to “flag” a record which is “void”.

    I’ve asked the HDOH for records defining what triggers a void flag in the EVVE System and they say they have no records which describe that.

    (They deny having any records which explain ANYTHING in that office).

    They say they don’t have training manuals for data entry or any kind of software specs – nothing.

    From what Tim Adams was saying, I think what he might be talking about is the EVVE’s void flag.

    I think the record would be flagged if the BC on file doesn’t meet the evidentiary standards to be prima facie evidence:

    late or amended BC’s –

    and possibly incomplete BC’s as well, since all information is entered electronically now and there would be a record generated in the system even if the record wasn’t complete.

    Because Obama’s BC is at the very least amended (and probably also late, completed in 2006),

    I believe the EVVE System would show Obama as having no valid record –

    no normal, PRIMA FACIE birth certificate,

    since his is a deficient, amended and late BC.

    So – long story short – I believe the COLB is an abbreviated birth certificate reflecting what is on his long-form birth certificate.

    But he does not have a normal PRIMA FACIE birth certificate

    because his BC was only completed in 2006 when he added missing information,

    and so an EVVE check on his records would say that they have no valid BC on file for him.

    His genuine COLB differs from Factcheck and FTS COLB’s in two ways:

    it has note of the amendment in 2006,

    and it has a different, year-2006 certificate number.

    Those 2 details would be a dead give-away that Obama wasn’t born in Hawaii,

    which is why Obama forged a COLB to post online

    rather than posting his genuine COLB

    or allowing the HDOH to release even a non-certified COLB as the Administrative Rules allow to be released to anybody who asks for it

    (since an abbreviated BC would still have to have the certificate number and note of the amendment on it).

    Sorry to be so long.

    Did I answer your question? lol.

    76 posted on 06/24/2010 8:19:41 PM PDT by butterdezillion

  46. blessedistruth Says:

    IOW, they are in full BS mode.

    Even Dr Conspiracy agreed that they were BS-ing, that they have a long-form which mirrors the CDC standard birth certificate but for some reason are refusing to disclose it.

    [Dr C is not interested in the truth, only the “truth” which can be proven in a court of law. O. J. Simpson got away with murder. But the court of public opinion has convicted him. The jury is still out on Obama’s veracity.]


    I’ve asked the HDOH for records defining what triggers a void flag in the EVVE System and they say they have no records which describe that.

    (They deny having any records which explain ANYTHING in that office).

    [Polarik has stated that the only thing HDOH has confirmed is that they will not confirm anything.]

  47. blessedistruth Says:


    To: USALiberty

    “How can a constitutionally ineligible, putative president get a four-star general to resign?”

    EVEN IF Obama not the de jure CIC, he is still de facto CIC.

    We have had to recognize de facto heads of state.

    At least that is how I remember the little International Law that I did study.

    In terms of Domestic Law, if Obama were ever to lawfully be found ineligible, I don’t know how that would affect domestic legislation he signed into law.

    Unfortunately, chances are that will never happen.

    But that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t keep trying to shine a little light on the truth which has been buried.

    If for no other reason let’s get some laws on the books, state or federal, to make sure this duplicity is never visited upon us again.

    33 posted on Friday, June 25, 2010 8:04:44 AM by rosettasister

  48. blessedistruth Says:

    WaPo blog has embedded video of Steve King stating “stamped right there on the birth certificate — there’s one in this country we haven’t seen — but, the footprint on those we have seen owe Uncle Sam $44,000.”

    1 posted on Thursday, June 24, 2010 4:57:07 PM by Seizethecarp


    To: Seizethecarp

    Now that’s classic Iowa humor right there.

    2 posted on Thursday, June 24, 2010 4:59:41 PM by Free Vulcan

    Congress Mocking the Obama Birth Certificate

  49. blessedistruth Says:

    rachelabomb ?


    (YouTube channel for person who uploaded above video.)

  50. blessedistruth Says:

    Congressman on birth certificate: ‘There’s 1 we haven’t seen’

    Speech on babies’ share of national debt references presidential eligibility dispute


  51. blessedistruth Says:

    How Did Communism Become Cool?

    Thursday , June 24, 2010

    By Glenn Beck



    You’ve got communist teachers in California calling for revolution.

    The Houston branch of Communist Party USA — a group that’s called for the nationalization of BP — is reaching out to young people through Facebook.

    And their favorite movie is Michael Moore’s “Capitalism, a Love Story.”

    (That would be Michael “I just make shit up” Moore.)

    Cindy Sheehan in New Orleans talked about challenging capitalism:


    CINDY SHEEHAN, ACTIVIST: Any meaningful discussion of this disaster must challenge the system and structure of capitalism. If we had socialism, where the companies were nationalized and the democratic control of the workers, the clean-up — maybe they would have had an acoustic device on the blowout preventer.

    Maybe they would have spent an extra half a million dollars to prevent this disaster and we wouldn’t have to be here.


    Or, Cindy, maybe like every other socialist or communist country in the history of mankind, we’d already be bankrupt and living in gulags.

    One of the two — I’ll side with history.

    It’s obvious we aren’t paying attention to history any more when the Communist Party had their annual convention broadcast on C-SPAN.

    Think about that:

    Half a century ago we were rooting out communists as traitors to the country; now we’re dutifully listening to them on C-SPAN.

    How did we get here? We were warned, but we didn’t listen.

    Former Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson warned about what was coming in a 1966 speech where he talked about a meeting he once had with Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev:



    As we talked face to face, he indicated that my grandchildren would live under communism.

    After assuring him that I expected to do all in my power to assure that his and all other grandchildren would live under freedom, he arrogantly declared in substance:

    “You Americans are so gullible. No, you won’t accept communism outright; but we’ll keep feeding you small doses of socialism until you’ll finally wake up and find that you already have communism. We won’t have to fight you; we’ll so weaken your economy, until you fall like overripe fruit into our hands.”


    He knew firsthand what was happening and documents now show that FDR had used the Department of Agriculture as his own communist recruiting station.

    Henry Wallace was secretary; he was a progressive supported by the Communist Party USA.

    He never denounced any communist support he received.

    FDR and Wallace decided they needed to help farmers, who were in dire financial crisis.

    Their idea: Artificially raise prices.

    They slaughtered 6 million pigs, plowed up cotton fields and destroyed other crops.

    This in the middle of the worst depression we’ve ever had.

    Is it any wonder socialism and communism end up with people starving to death?

    ADD moment: Hugo Chavez is seizing control of the food in Venezuela.

    And now there’s 80,000 tons of rotting food in warehouses.

    But pay no attention to that, because communism is cool.

    This is why we need to know the history or else we’re doomed to repeat it.

    There’s the stuff you need to know, on how we got here.

    But really where are we? Is what these people wanted to do a joke?

    Have they failed?

    What did the Communist Party USA say they wanted to do in 1963?


  52. blessedistruth Says:

  53. blessedistruth Says:

    Michael Moore and Me

    From the May 31, 2004 issue: An encounter with the Cannes man.

    BY Fred Barnes

    May 31, 2004, Vol. 9, No. 36


    A FEW YEARS AGO Michael Moore, who’s now promoting an anti-President Bush movie entitled Fahrenheit 9/11, announced he’d gotten the goods on me, indeed hung me out to dry on my own words.

    It was in his first bestselling book, Stupid White Men. Moore wrote he’d once been “forced” to listen to my comments on a TV chat show, The McLaughlin Group.

    I had whined “on and on about the sorry state of American education,” Moore said, and wound up by bellowing: “These kids don’t even know what The Iliad and The Odyssey are!”

    Moore’s interest was piqued, so the next day he said he called me.

    “Fred,” he quoted himself as saying, “tell me what The Iliad and The Odyssey are.”

    I started “hemming and hawing,” Moore wrote.

    And then I said, according to Moore: “Well, they’re . . . uh . . . you know . . . uh . . . okay, fine, you got me–I don’t know what they’re about. Happy now?”

    He’d smoked me out as a fraud, or maybe worse.

    The only problem is none of this is true.

    It never happened.

    Moore is a liar.

  54. blessedistruth Says:


    FinReg bill is way tougher than banks had feared, but it’s a complex bill.

    Let the next round of lawyering and lobbying commence!

  55. blessedistruth Says:

    What would be a smart, fair and practical comprehensive immigration policy?


    Newt Gingrich might be a good one to ask.


    VAN SUSTEREN: … we do need to fix this problem?

    GINGRICH: What’s happening as an issue is you’re building a huge block in the middle that — and you know,

    one survey I saw that Fox News did, 74 percent of the country thinks you ought to, in fact, check people to see whether or not they’re here legally.

    Well, you start getting up to — it was, like, 74-to-16.

    That’s, like, almost a 4-to-1, almost 5-to-1 margin.

    You start getting that kind of consensus, and at some point, the system breaks and it has to pass it because they can’t run for reelection with that kind of thing.

    So I think you will see a control of the border.

    I think you’re also going to see —

    I was meeting today with Helen Kriebel (ph) of the Kriebel Foundation (INAUDIBLE) what she calls

    the “red card solution,”

    which is a guest worker card that would be issued by American Express or Visa or Mastercard that would be accurate in identifying who you are.

    And there are pieces are going to come together.


    Helen Krieble

    In The News: The Big Question: What Should Immigration Reform Look Life?



    Helen Krieble

    Founder/President, Vernon K. Krieble Foundation and The Red Card Solution

    Helen K. Krieble knows firsthand why the U.S. needs a workable solution to the problems of illegal immigration and border security.

    For her, the issue is more than policy; it’s a small-business crisis threatening to close her own business.

    The struggling Colorado horse farm that Helen turned into a world-class equestrian events center, now beset by labor shortages common to many small businesses, may be closed and sold.

    Forced to choose between breaking the law by hiring illegal seasonal workers or closing her doors, Helen and business owners like her increasingly cannot compete in the market.

    Characteristically, Helen refuses to break the law and refuses to believe the problem has no solution.

    As the granddaughter of renowned educator and entrepreneur Dr. Vernon K. Krieble, Helen grew up on the front lines of a family known for hard work, success, and service.

    Dr. Krieble, a chemist and professor, often appeared in leading academic journals as the chair of the Chemistry Department at Trinity College.

    Working with his son, Dr. Robert Krieble, also a chemist, he developed the first commercial applications of a polymer to reinforce the seal between metal parts.

    Father and son also founded the Loctite Corporation and led it to global success. That’s chapter one.

    After academic and commercial success, Dr. Robert Krieble turned to public policy.

    As an original leader of the Heritage Foundation, he was fundamental in shaping the policies that drew the curtain on the Soviet Empire.


  56. blessedistruth Says:


  57. blessedistruth Says:


  58. blessedistruth Says:

    Wisconsin’s First District Congressman Paul Ryan details his plan for prosperity at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on June 24, 2010.

  59. blessedistruth Says:

    Senator Barrasso Discusses his Second Opinion on the Senate Floor with Senator McCain

  60. blessedistruth Says:

    Barrasso’s Second Opinion on the Health Care Law: Can Your Doctor Afford to Keep You?

  61. blessedistruth Says:

    FinReg a net negative for U.S. ?

    Senator Gregg calls in to CNBC’s Squawk Box

  62. blessedistruth Says:

    Senator Jon Kyl

    Spin Meter: Defining ‘border security’


    Securing the border remains the prerequisite for any other immigration reforms.

    That leaves on hold any decision on whether border security might be improved by forcing illegal immigrants to come forward, get background checks and comply with other rules in exchange for legal status.

    Also pushed aside is any consideration of whether more visas for temporary foreign workers would reduce illegal immigration and make better use of law enforcement resources.

    “Once we get the border secured, then we can support a lot of things,” Senate Minority Whip Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., said earlier this month.

    “Until then, it’s going to be very difficult.”

    That sentiment is shared by both Democrats and Republicans this election year.

  63. blessedistruth Says:

    Letter from Governor Brewer to President Barack Obama Regarding Border Security


  64. blessedistruth Says:

    Sheriff’s office raids El Mirage business


    The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office has raided a sanitation business in El Mirage and neighboring Youngtown northwest of Phoenix.

    The Sheriff’s Office said deputies began serving search warrants early Friday at Parks & Sons sanitation of Sun City.

    The search warrants are based on anonymous tips from current Parks & Sons employees.

    Sheriff Joe Arpaio told reporters the company was under investigation for eight months.

    A total of 40 people are being checked for their immigration status and whether they used false identification and Social Security numbers.

    The company’s Web site says it’s provided impeccable service to customers in the West Valley since 1964.

    There was no answer at the business Friday morning.

  65. blessedistruth Says:

    Arizona Senator Jon Kyl has confirmed, Arizona is, in fact, on the border with Mexico.

    Kyl sent Milwaukee County Supervisor Peggy West a letter in which he says, “You will be interested to learn that Arizona does indeed share a border with Mexico. I have enclosed a map for your convenience.”

    Kyl goes on to urge West to, “actually read the Arizona law before forming an opinion about it.”


  66. blessedistruth Says:





  67. blessedistruth Says:



  68. blessedistruth Says:

    Changes contd


  69. blessedistruth Says:

    changes iii


  70. blessedistruth Says:

    changes iv

    It’s the same old blues again.

    Will we choose God or godlessness?


    Don’t you feel a change a coming
    from another side of time
    breaking down the walls of silence
    lifting shadows from your mind
    Placing back the missing mirrors
    that before you couldn’t find
    filling mysteries of emptiness
    that yesterday left behind

    And we all know it’s better
    Yesterday has past
    now let’s all start the living
    for the one that’s going to last
    Yes we all know it’s better
    Yesterday has past
    now let’s all start the living
    for the one that’s going to last

    Don’t you feel the day is coming
    that will stay and remain
    when your children see the answers
    that you saw the same
    when the clouds have all gone
    there will be no more rain
    and the beauty of all things
    is uncovered again

    Don’t you feel the day is coming
    and it won’t be too soon
    when the people of the world
    can all live in one room
    when we shake off the ancient
    shake off the ancient chains of our tomb
    we will all be born again
    of the eternal womb

  71. blessedistruth Says:

    changes v


  72. blessedistruth Says:

    changes vi


  73. blessedistruth Says:

    changes vii


  74. blessedistruth Says:

    changes viii

    Phil Ochs. His voice still brings tears to my eyes.


  75. blessedistruth Says:

    changes ix

    time changes everything


  76. blessedistruth Says:

    Memo to Glenn Beck

    Thank you for educating us about our Black Founding Fathers.

    But don’t forget there are five races, five colors.

    I do believe Stevie Wonder must have been privy to the Edgar Cayce Readings before he penned these lyrics.

    I’m not saying his interpretation is the only one, or even the correct one.

    Just don’t forget that the world, and our nation, was made for all men.

    Black Brown Red White AND Yellow

    I do believe Stevie must know about our ancient origins.

    And the pentatonic scale. And the pentagon.

    And all that good stuff.

    Stevie Wonder — Black Man


  77. blessedistruth Says:

    Oh, and don’t forget about our Founding Mothers, either.

  78. blessedistruth Says:

    Bryan Ferry – Same Old Blues

    (j.j. cale)

    Have you heard that rumour that´s going around?

    You got it made, way across town

    It´s the same old story, tell me where does it end?

    Yes I heard the news, it´s the same old blues again

    When I wrote you a letter, you must have read it wrong

    I stood at your doorway but you was gone

    I took a lot of time and let the telephone ring

    It´s the same old blues, same old blues again

    When you give me the business, well did in your mind

    ´cause i´ve got a lot of patience and I got a lot of time

    It´s the same old story, tell me where does it end?

    It´s the same old blues, same old blues again

    I´m gonna find me a mountain, i´m gonna hide out

    I ain´t talking to you and I ain´t yet coming out

    ´cause I heart that rumour, tell me where does it end?

    Yes I heard the news, it´s the same old blues again

  79. blessedistruth Says:

    The Bride Stripped Bare is a 1978 solo album by Bryan Ferry and is his fifth album released independent of Roxy Music.

    The album’s title is taken from the Marcel Duchamp work The Bride Stripped Bare By Her Bachelors, Even.

    Ferry had been introduced to the work as an art school student by Richard Hamilton.

    A subtext of Duchamp’s piece is masculine and feminine relationships.

    1.”Sign Of The Times” (Ferry) – 2:28
    2.”Can’t Let Go” (Ferry) – 5:14
    3.”Hold On (I’m Coming)” (Isaac Hayes, David Porter) – 3:37
    4.”Same Old Blues” (J. J. Cale) – 3:21
    5.”When She Walks In The Room” (Ferry) – 6:28

    6.”Take Me To The River” (Al Green, Mabon “Teenie” Hodges) – 4:29
    7.”What Goes On” (Lou Reed) – 4:11
    8.”Carrickfergus” (Traditional, arranged Ferry) – 3:46
    9.”That’s How Strong My Love Is” (Roosevelt Jamison) – 3:17
    10.”This Island Earth” (Ferry) – 5:06












  80. rosettasister Says:


    I could feel at the time
    There was no way of knowing
    Fallen leaves in the night
    Who can say where they’re blowing
    As free as the wind
    And hopefully learning
    Why the sea on the tide
    Has no way of turning
    More than this – there is nothing
    More than this – tell me one thing
    More than this – there is nothing
    It was fun for a while
    There was no way of knowing
    Like dream in the night
    Who can say where we’re going
    No care in the world
    Maybe I’m learning
    Why the sea on the tide
    Has no way of turning
    More than this – there is nothing
    More than this – tell me one thing
    More than this – there is nothing

  81. blessedistruth Says:

  82. blessedistruth Says:

    My husband will be home soon, thank the Lord!

    I was starting to go Aht Uh Mi Hed.

    And I was already a little bonkers!

    Slave to Love: Best of the Ballads

    Bryan Ferry

    13. Sonnet No. 18 – Bryan Ferry, Kamen
    14. Avalon
    15. Where or When – Bryan Ferry, Hart, Lorenz
    16. To Turn You On
    17. Windswept
    18. My Only Love






    My Only Love


  83. blessedistruth Says:

    45% — 54%

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

  84. blessedistruth Says:

    Latest video from Polarik:


    Sometime between October 31, 2008, and July 27, 2009, the dates of Health Director Chiyome Fukino’s two press releases, Hawaii amended Obama’s birth record.

    A brand-new Certificate of Live Birth (not Certification) was issued to him.

    The DOH Director decides what goes in or gets taken out of birth records.

    She went on record as saying that “President Obama posted a copy of his certificate on his campaign website” even though she has refused to authenticate it for the past two years.

    This created a conundrum that could only be resolved by changing Obama’s birth records to match what is in that online copy – which is a stone-cold forgery and Fukino knows it!

    That forged COLB also has its origin within the DOH: watch the video to find out the shocking truth.

  85. blessedistruth Says:

    Matching Freeper Thread to go along with above video:


  86. blessedistruth Says:


    To: Polarik

    I do hope you realize that if there are plans afoot to create a CERTIFICATE OF LIVE BIRTH for zero, using your method, you have just made it impossible for them to do so?

    That really appeals to me…LOL!

    388 posted on 06/25/2010 9:47:48 PM PDT by Fred Nerks (fair dinkum!)

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    To: Fred Nerks

    That was the whole idea! They created this form for him, and it was only a matter of time before we’d see it.

    407 posted on 06/26/2010 5:51:43 AM PDT by Polarik (Obama: When destroying America is not enough.)

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  87. blessedistruth Says:


    To: Radix

    Of course it doesn’t make it OK, it’s just that we can all get breathless every time some no name group posts a headline that they have “proof” that he’s not eligible for office but it isn’t going to go anywhere.

    No court is going to let this issue be vetted that’s been proven time and again.

    You can hope that, that will change but it’s about as likely as the hope and change from Obama being anything that we can celebrate.

    408 posted on 06/26/2010 6:12:03 AM PDT by marlon

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    To: marlon

    Good points in all. That is why I’ve directed my attacks against the smaller, enabling fish Factcheck, Politifact, Hawaii DOH, and the Obama Campaign who have been shielding the bigger fish (Obama) from having to personally prove anything.

    If just one of these smaller fish goes belly up, then the other fish will follow.

    Think about how the landscape would change if Factcheck were discredited.

    Without his “accreditation agencies,” Obama would be forced to answer directly to the public.

    412 posted on 06/26/2010 6:29:46 AM PDT by Polarik (Obama: When destroying America is not enough.)

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  88. blessedistruth Says:


    To: hoosiermama; bushpilot1; David; Yosemitest; Red Steel

    There is a photo out there of Obama Sr. at a dock received by a “welcome committee”???

    404 posted on 06/26/2010 4:51:25 AM PDT by danamco (“)

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    To: danamco

    It’s a really bad Photochop with the main one being Obama Sr. ‘s head: itr is pasted on someone else’s body and a ton of lei’s were added around it to hide the forging.

    413 posted on 06/26/2010 6:31:52 AM PDT by Polarik (Obama: When destroying America is not enough.)

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  89. blessedistruth Says:

    Dr C in a foul mood.

    Polland posts bullshit video (updated)


    “Here is the damned thing, but first I spit on it. I hope Dr. Fukino sues his sorry ass. This video is clearly malicious slander.”

    “Update: One of the points Polland makes that I haven’t talked about on this blog before relates to his claim that the State of Hawaii changed the form of their birth certificate just to somehow (and it’s vague to me for what purpose) legitimize the Obama posted Birth Certificate (COLB) that Polland claims is a forgery.”

    “Therefore we would normally expect Hawaii to tweak the certificate around 2008.”

  90. blessedistruth Says:

    New Thread:

    **Obama Bombshell** Blue Hawaii: Health Department falsified Obama’s birth records! By Polarik


  91. blessedistruth Says:

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  92. blessedistruth Says:

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  93. blessedistruth Says:


    New Thread:

    **Obama Bombshell** Blue Hawaii: Health Department falsified Obama’s birth records! By Polarik


  94. blessedistruth Says:

    Commenting over here this morning.


  95. rosettasister Says:

    Slave to Love: Best of the Ballads

    Bryan Ferry

    13. Sonnet No. 18 – Bryan Ferry, Kamen
    14. Avalon
    15. Where or When – Bryan Ferry, Hart, Lorenz
    16. To Turn You On
    17. Windswept
    18. My Only Love






    My Only Love


  96. blessedistruth Says:

    Commenting over here this morning.


  97. blessedistruth Says:

    New Thread:

    The mind of the surviving soul at death


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