How long will the secret of Dulce remain locked up inside the mute New Mexico mountains?

Dulce (Jicarilla: Lóosi, pronounced /ˈdʌlsi/, or occasionally /ˈduːsi/) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, United States. The population was 2,623 at the 2000 census, almost entirely Native American. It is the largest community and tribal headquarters of the Jicarilla Apache Reservation.

The Dulce Report: Investigating Alleged Human Rights Abuses at a Joint US Government-Extraterrestrial Base at Dulce, New Mexico

 An Independent Report by Dr Michael E. Salla

September 25, 2003


Thomas Castello & the Dulce Papers

There are three possibilities for Castello’s true identity and credibility as a whistleblower.

The first is that he is who he claims to be, a whistleblower who worked at the base.

The second is that he is using the name and identity of ‘Thomas Castello’ as a cover in order to reveal information on Dulce. In this case, he may be an ‘insider’ leaking information on abuses at the base who wishes to remain an anonymous whistleblower.

The third, possibility is that Castello is a bogus identity created by an intelligence officer to disseminate disinformation that steers UFO researchers and the general public away from genuine military related projects in the area.

A number of UFO researchers were apparently able to get in contact with Castello before his eventual ‘disappearance’ in the late 1980s and were able to get answers to a series of questions. [29]

According to both Branton and William Hamilton, fellow UFO researchers had personally met with Castello and could vouch for his existence and credibility. [30]

While the list of contacts and personal interviews with Castello are not extensive, it does appear that he exists while casting doubt on, without eliminating, the third possibility that his identity was concocted by intelligence officers.

It is this uncertainty that led to most UFO researchers not taking seriously Castello’s claims that supported much of what Bennewitz had been earlier arguing and was now associated with a disinformation campaign led by Air Force Intelligence (AFOSI).

[29] Interviews with Castello are published as chapters 11 & 27, in The Dulce Wars, Available online at and . See also William Hamilton Cosmic Top Secret. An extract is available online at:

[30] See Branton, The Dulce Wars, ch 27. Available online at & See also William Hamilton Cosmic Top Secret. An extract is available online at:


Conclusion: Political Implications of Alleged Human Rights Abuses at Dulce

The whistleblower testimonies examined in this report persuasively point to the existence of the Dulce base as a former and/or current joint US government-ET underground facility built with ‘black budget’ funds that operated/operates without Congressional and Executive Office oversight.

The testimonies further support the view that the ‘Dulce war’ did involve armed conflict between US military forces, Base Security Personnel, and resident ET races. While the precise cause of the military confrontation remains unclear, it does suggest that one or both sides were not keeping commitments specified in an undisclosed treaty.

Given whistleblower testimony that one of these treaty commitments was ensuring that abducted civilians used in genetic experiments undertaken at the base would be fully accounted for, not harmed, and safely returned to civilian life, there is cause to believe gross human rights violations may have played a role in sparking the conflict.

Similar human rights abuses may well be occurring in other possible joint government-ET bases in the US and other countries around the planet.

The immediate political fall out from the ‘Dulce Wars’ and alleged ET abuses of abducted civilians was very likely an indefinite delay in public disclosure of the ET presence.

William F. Hamilton III

D.U.M.B – M.I.C – Military-industrial complex – Bill Hamilton Stories – Part 1

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Bill Hamilton interviews Dan Burisch, 2002



BH: Proceed at your own pace.

DB: [smiles darkly] I have no choice!….BUT. [laughter from the hallway; Dan stops and stares darkly at the doorway for a moment]. Following my spilling the beans, now proceeded the interrogation; they wanted to know why I told them about the K-24 samples, and it’s the old axiom if you’re asked why? you ask Why Not?.

The interrogation was ceased fairly quickly at that point, and we were brought into a Clean Sphere environment, external capsule Clean Sphere, where we were told what the real purpose of the project was. [loooooong pause ] ummmm …now I have to be VERY careful [smiles grimacingly]

BH: Is this something that …

DB: [interrupting, in a rehearsed, anunciated monotone:] Having had no previous experience with biological warfare [looks around (and I don’t have a polygraph hooked up to me here) repeating]

Having had no previous experience with biological warfare materials, it came as quite the surprise to me that they could possibly be considering the usage of an alien retrovirus recombined with a terrestrial viral genome for possible use in BCW activities, or at least possible activities that could move toward biological warfare as applied terrestrially. [looooong pause]

BH: Hunh! [looooong pause]

DB: The potential for its use in that kind of environment was inconsistent with my ethical boundaries.

It would have exited the ethical boundaries I place upon myself as a scientist, and that I believe society places on me as a scientist, it would also far divert from moral boundaries I believe my Creator has placed upon me as a human being. Therefore my answer was No. [pause]
And I thought that was it, and I don’t mean my participation thought that would’ve been ’all she wrote’. They agreed to house me in the facility, where I went with my cute little orange badge to a residential unit a little further down the tram line and one level below that (they did not change my orange badge when I went the level below).
My experience during the time I stayed there was horrifying. You know when you hear human beings screaming in pain?

BH: Yes : [looooong pause; he grimaces, sighs in anguish with eyes closed, obviously in pain at remembering]

DB: I think I’ve said all I need to say about that.

BH: So, have you seen any similar activity at the Papoose Lake site, S4?One of the horrifying things about the S4 facility is travelling in the elevator system and there is enough of a sound conduit in the elevator system where you can hear the sounds of the ’test subjects’ from the 3rd floor while you are in the elevator system on various other floors, and the sounds are akin to what I heard at the Dulce facility.

DB: (nodding his head yes) Yes, S4, Level 3 .which is basically considered the ’housing unit’ ts been called different things; the ’Museum’, the ’Housing Unit’, the ’Hall of Tortures’ …the ’Animal Retention Facility’.

Every once in awhile you could hear the sounds of other vertabrates dogs, cats, monkeys, screaming some of which are just natural behaviors due to how they’re being kept, in sterile -when I say sterile I mean not conducive to a [?] environment, more like a housing facility such as a kennel, and occasionally you can hear the sounds of [here he chokes up] your brothers and sisters.

 Project Camelot interviews Bill Hamilton


Bill Uhouse / J-Rod

B: Then I met Bill Uhouse.

K: OK.

B: That’s an important event. Bill Uhouse was a mechanical engineer who, speaking out at Rachel and people that “you ought to meet Uhouse,” ‘cause by that time I had been speaking about some of these disclosure people we’re talking about. So I met Bill Uhouse and I thought it was hilarious.

Here he had been working on a flight simulator for flying discs so our pilots could learn how to fly them and one of the “chief consultants” on this top secret project was an alien that he called J-Rod! Right? And that’s where I first heard about J-Rod.

In 1999 I’m on the internet and I find there is a website I stumbled across when I, you know, typed in a search or something and here was this document, and I said, “Boy, this document’s awfully technical. I’ve never seen a document that was technical like this.” We call it the Q94 document.

And I’m reading through it, and I stopped when I got there and I saw: “Extraterrestrial Biological Entity: AQ-J-Rod.” J-Rod. You know … whoa! Wait a minute! And it was signed Captain Danny B. Crain, Ph.D.

Dan Burisch / MJ-12 / Getting the truth out

So I got ahold of the person and I ordered a copy of this, flashed it around MUFON and said, “Hey, is anybody interested in this?” I couldn’t rouse any interest. [laughs] And I’m, like, “OK.”

And I couldn’t get any more information until 2002 when this person, Marci, contacted me and she said, “You know, Bill, I need help. I need help. Dan’s in trouble…” dadada.

And at that point I had not met Dan, I had not met Marci, and she just called me at work at UCLA and I said, “We have to sit down and talk.”

And I think it was on a Friday.

It was before… I was going to leave, go up to Vegas on that Saturday, and she called me in the afternoon just before I left and said, “Bill, how would you like to meet Dan?” And I said, “Are you kidding? Can you arrange that?” And she said, “Yes I can.”

So when I went there I not only met Marci for the first time, I met Dan. And when he first saw me… and I was wearing an Air Force cap… he took all these papers and his briefcase and he stuffed all the papers in the briefcase and he ran out of that room, ‘cause he didn’t know who I was.

And I said, “Oh, no,” you know. And Marci said, “I’ll handle it,” and went over to the elevator. Called me back in about five minutes later, and introduced me to Dan. And he was, like, shaking. I mean, I’m serious.

And he said, “You know I have to….” he said, “I’m very sorry I reacted like that. I have to watch myself. I’ve only got, you know, two hours of liberty.”

Right? And Marci says, “I’ve got a private room,” you know, the library where we were. And so we went in there. I had one hour with him. He was very nervous. He had a cold or something that first time, but some of the answers he gave me that first time knocked my socks off.

I said this guy has met an alien, because there were certain things that he knew that were so typical that I had picked up along the way from Brian, from everyone, right?

K: And you certainly had a background at that point to be able to evaluate somebody like that…

B: Oh yeah, after 25 years…


More on Bill Hamilton

Dulce & Other Underground Bases and Tunnels – Excerpt from Cosmic Top Secret


Principal government organizations involved in mapping human genetics, the so-called genome projects, are within:

  • the Department of Energy (which has a heavy presence on the Nevada Test Site)
  • the National Institute of Health
  • the National Science Foundation
  • the Howard Huges Medical Institute
  • the Dulce Underground Labs which are run by the DOE

Thomas had revealed that the chief of the genetic experiments for Los Alamos and Dulce is Larry Deaven.

According to Thomas, the alien androgynal breeder is capable of parthenogenesis. At Dulce, the common form or reproduction is by polyembryony.

Each embryo can, and does divide into 6 to 9 individual “cunne” (pronounced cooney, i.e. siblings).

The needed nutriment for the developing cunne is supplied by the “formula,” which usually consist of plasma, deoxyhemoglobin, albumin, lysozyme, cation, amniotic fluid and more.

The term “genome” is used to describe the totality of the chromosomes unique to a particular organism (or any cell within an organism), as distinct from the genotype, which is the information contained within those chromosomes.

The human genes are mapped to specific chromosomal locations. This is an ambitious project that will take years and a lot of computer power to accomplish.

Is the alien and human BIO-TECH being used to nurture and serve us, or is it being used to control and dominate us? Why have UFO abductees been used in genetic experiments?

It was when Thomas encountered humans in cages on Level 7 of the Dulce facility that things finally reached a climax for him.

Row after row of thousands of humans, human-mixture remains, and embryos of humanoids were kept in cold storage.

See also:

Paul Bennewitz photo of UFO entering Archuletta Mesa

Additional info:

Dan Burisch Daniel Burisch 


96 Responses to “How long will the secret of Dulce remain locked up inside the mute New Mexico mountains?”

  1. blessedistruth Says:

    Larry L. Deaven

    “outside the laboratory Deaven enjoys growing flowers”

    Larry L. Deaven earned B.S. and M.S.degrees in genetics from PennsylvaniaState University in1962 and 1964, re-spectively.

    HeI studied cell biologyr, and cytugenetics atthe University ofTexas M. D.Anderson Hospitaland Tumor Insti-tute and received a Ph.D. in biomedicalsciences in 1969.

    In 1971 he joined theLaboratory where he utilized flowcytometry and chromosomal-bandinganalysis to study the chromosomalrearrangements and changes in DNAcontent found in the cells of many tumors.

    He also studied the types of chromosomaldamage and ensuing cellular effects in-duced by products and by-products of en-ergy research and development.

    In 1983Deaven became the principal investigatorof the National Laboratory Gene LibraryProject at Los Alamos.

    The project hasproduced over fifty different human-DNAlibraries from flow-sorted chromosomes.

    Over 2500 copies of those libraries havebeen distributed to human-genome re-search laboratories throughout the world.

    In 198 1 Deaven received the Cornrnemo-rative Medal of Achievement from theUniversity of Texas M. D. Anderson Hos-pital and Tumor Institute for his work incytogenetics and cell biology, and in 1987he received a Distinguished PerformanceAward from the Laboratory for his workon DNA-library construction.

    Outside theLaboratory Deaven enjoys growing flow-ers, especially species and cultivars of thegenus Clematis.

    Los Alamos Science Number 20 1992

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  3. blessedistruth Says:

    I find this music very uplifting.


  4. blessedistruth Says:

    Joni Mitchell — hejira

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  6. blessedistruth Says:

    Pre-existing conditions

    Mr. Rossi and other Repubs would be wise to state something like the following from Senator Judd Gregg.

    MATTHEWS: The way a lot of people talk about this or their certain reform elements they talked about the president,

    pre-existing conditions shouldn‘t prevent you from being covered, would you like something like that?

    GREGG: Absolutely. That insurance reform ideas, I think there‘s consensus across-the-board on those, also selling insurance across state lines is important.

    At one point, myself and Tom Harkin had agreement on how you would encourage companies to pay people for living healthier lifestyles and give them an incentive to do that through paying them cash.

    Unfortunately, that was dropped in the senate bill but it was actually in the health committee bill.

    So, things like that you can reach agreement on it.

    And that is what we should do, we should step back, look at this and pick out the things we know we can reach agreement on, and there are bunch of things we can reach agreement on.

  7. blessedistruth Says:

    Sen. Judd Gregg: There is time for change

    Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2009


    There are more than 47 million people in this country without health insurance, but they are not equal in their ability to access coverage.

    Of this group, approximately 12 million lack affordable options and simply cannot afford to buy coverage, compared to the 9 million with an income in excess of $75,000 who choose not to purchase it.

    Our health reform efforts must be targeted to those most in need so that they can afford a meaningful health plan that

    protects against catastrophic health care events and

    focuses on prevention and disease management.

  8. blessedistruth Says:

    Regina Herzlinger

    Regina E. Herzlinger argues that the bill’s price tag will hurt the U.S. economy and that its prescription will result in a government-controlled health care system.

    The percentage of Americans insured by the government will inevitably grow as private plans disappear and employers urge their employees into heavily-subsided public plans.

    But how will they control costs?

    Many experts, including the Congressional Budget Office, dismiss the Democrats’ claims that government can control costs through information technology and other technocratic tools.

    The unavoidable fact is that because the sick constitute roughly 20% of users, but account for about 80% of the costs, they are a politically vulnerable cost-control target.

    Although government-rationing can squeeze out some inefficiency, it is hardly benign or equitable.

    The government-controlled system in the United Kingdom, for example, has the lowest adoption of cancer drugs among the biggest five European economies and correspondingly low cancer survival rates.

    Many of the UK’s affluent buy private insurance to avoid government stringency, like those in other European government-controlled systems.

    There’s no question that we must have universal coverage; but, the present bill will inevitably increase costs, further weakening our economy.

    Tragically, although it will expand insurance coverage, it will ultimately result in rationed medical care for its beneficiaries and suppress the entrepreneurs who could help them.

  9. blessedistruth Says:

    Raila Odinga had Corsi thrown in jail when Corsi was in Kenya.


    Investigator’s decapitation ‘message to White House’

    Mexican drug cartels declaring U.S. ‘no longer controls border’

    Posted: October 13, 2010
    11:50 pm Eastern

    By Jerome R. Corsi

    Rep. Ted Poe, R-Texas

    Last week, Poe was joined by 20 members of the House to introduce the National Guard Border Enforcement Act, H.R.6253, authorizing the secretary of defense to make 10,000 National Guard troops available upon request by a U.S. governor to serve at the border under the command of the requesting governor.

    Poe believes the Flores murder is just one more indication Mexico’s drug war is out of control and increasingly dangerous to U.S. citizens.

    “The decapitation of Rolando Flores is a warning to the United States and to Mexico that this portion of the border is protected by the Zetas,” Poe said.

    “The Zetas intend to protect their drug routes on the border from law enforcement regardless whether that law enforcement is from Mexico or the United States.”

    Poe doubts Mexico will make serious efforts to apprehend David Michael Hartley’s killers.

    “Thousands of drug-related homicides are committed in Mexico every year, and very few are ever solved,” he stressed.

    “That Mexican authorities have suggested Tiffany Hartley may have been involved in foul-play in her husband’s death should make it clear Mexican law enforcement officers have no intention of seriously investigating or solving the crime.”

  10. blessedistruth Says:

    Freeper Phobes still insist one “chooses” to be a homosexual.

    Go here and scroll down.

  11. blessedistruth Says:

    Have I already said how much I love this guy?!

    “Islam on Capitol Hill Event” does not represent all American Muslims

    March on Washington is just another cover for Islamist agenda

    They are propagating a message of Muslim first and American as necessary for political gain.

    “If this event were about Muslims owning up to their responsibility to counter the Islamist ideas which fuel terrorism committed by Muslims, I would be all for it,” said Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser, President of AIFD.

    ‘That simply is not the case though. This organization is just another example of how Islamists politicize the faith and seek to centralize their political power as a faith group.”

    The organizers identified thus far are proven radical Islamists.

  12. blessedistruth Says:

    43% — 56%


    Rasmussen Obama Approval

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    October 15, 2010

    Delaware Senate: Coons (D) Still Posts Double-Digit Lead Over O’Donnell (R)

    Americans Are Now Less Supportive of a Foreclosure Moratorium

    California Governor: Brown (D) Edges Further Ahead

    Most Voters Prefer A Candidate Who Lays Off The Pork

    Pennsylvania Governor: Corbett(R) Is Still in the Driver’s Seat

  14. blessedistruth Says:

    Delaware Survey of 500 Likely Voters

    October 14, 2010

    Election 2010: Delaware Senate

    Christine O’Donnell (R)

    Chris Coons (D)

    Some Other Candidate

    Not Sure


    This race probably closer than anyone imagines.

    But Coons 51% above 50.

  15. blessedistruth Says:

    Delaware Senate – O’Donnell vs. Coons

    Rasmussen Reports 10/14 – 10/14 500 LV 51 40 Coons +11
    Rasmussen Reports 9/15 – 9/15 500 LV 53 42 Coons +11
    Rasmussen Reports 9/2 – 9/2 500 LV 47 36 Coons +11
    Rasmussen Reports 8/5 – 8/5 500 LV 46 36 Coons +10
    Rasmussen Reports 7/14 – 7/14 500 LV 39 41 O’Donnell +2

    Coons 47 to 53 to 51

    It’s possible Coons could sink below 50 if this trend continues.

  16. blessedistruth Says:

    Election 2010 House Polls

    Pennsylvania 7th District – Meehan vs. Lentz Franklin & Marshall Meehan 34, Lentz 31 Meehan +3

    Pennsylvania 8th District – Fitzpatrick vs. Murphy Monmouth University Fitzpatrick 51, Murphy 46 Fitzpatrick +5

    Pennsylvania 10th District – Marino vs. Carney Times Leader/Critical Insights Marino 44, Carney 38 Marino +6

    Pennsylvania 11th District – Barletta vs. Kanjorski Times Leader/Critical Insights Barletta 43, Kanjorski 41 Barletta +2

    Pennsylvania 12th District – Burns vs. Critz Susquehanna Critz 43, Burns 36 Critz +7

    Washington 3rd District – Herrera vs. Heck SurveyUSA Herrera 53, Heck 42 Herrera +11

  17. blessedistruth Says:

    ICYMI: This week’s #Senate & Gubernatorial Maps: & #2010 #TCOT #SGP

  18. blessedistruth Says:

    Rove Senate Map 49 4 47

    RCP 48 6 46

    48 Democrats*
    Toss Ups 6
    Republicans 46

    So, GOP still could win Senate. It’s possible.

  19. blessedistruth Says:

    Battle for the House

    218 Seats Needed For Majority

    184 Democrats
    Toss Ups 39
    Republicans 212

    GOP needs 6 of 39 toss ups!

  20. blessedistruth Says:

    (Recent Race Changes)

    Date State Previous Status New Status RCP Ratings Pick-Up Range

    10/15 CO3 Toss Up »»» Leans GOP 184 – 39 – 212 GOP +33 to +72

    10/14 IA3 Leans Dem »»» Toss Up 184 – 40 – 211 GOP +32 to +72

    10/14 MN1 Likely Dem »»» Leans Dem 184 – 40 – 211 GOP +32 to +72

    10/14 NY2 Safe Dem »»» Likely Dem 184 – 40 – 211 GOP +32 to +72

    10/14 NY27 Safe Dem »»» Likely Dem 184 – 40 – 211 GOP +32 to +72

    10/14 RI1 Likely Dem »»» Leans Dem 184 – 40 – 211 GOP +32 to +72

    10/14 TX25 Safe Dem »»» Likely Dem 184 – 40 – 211 GOP +32 to +72

  21. blessedistruth Says:

    Iowa 3rd District – Zaun vs. Boswell

  22. blessedistruth Says:

    Angle Beats Reid. By A Lot.

    I did watch with amazement the CNN hatchet job on Angle on Anderson Cooper’s program when I got back to my hotel after a townhall meeting I conducted with Mike Gallagher in Scottsdale

    The segment opened with a trumped-up slam on Angle for expressing concern over informal Sharia law systems taking root in some small parts of the country.

    — it is a widespread issue in Great Britain and is likely to arise here in the future, but Cooper attached great significance to Angle’s inability to point to any specific community in which such informal quasi-judicial proceedings have occurred.

    Then, have denounced Angle, Cooper turned to a panel that included of all people Elliot Spitzer in another attempt to persuade CNN’s rapidly declining audience that Spitzer has news judgment or credibility.

    Spitzer said nothing memorable or even remotely interesting and

    David Gergen, looking pained to be appearing with Spitzer, noted that Angle probably helped herself.

    — about as grudging an admission of the obvious as possible.

    Cooper played less than a minute of the actual debate, and perhaps as little as 30 seconds in what was obviously an attempt to save the audience

    the startling vision of the third most powerful person in D.C. displaying an unnerving incapacity to use complete sentences or speak in paragraphs.

    CNN seems in a death spiral right now, locked into a nightly ratings death march through Parker Spitzer and then Larry King, only to arrive at an increasingly partisan Anderson Cooper.

    Cooper has a reputation for fair journalism and decent reporting.

    If the “brains” that brought us Spitzer-as-trusted-voice also manage to wreck Cooper’s reputation,

    we really will have to begin to wonder if CNN’s collapse was an inside job accomplished with malice aforethought and not just wild incompetence.

    (Hugh, tell us how you really feel!)

  23. blessedistruth Says:

    “Angle’s inability to point to any specific community in which such informal quasi-judicial proceedings have occurred”

    I’m not sure what that means.

    Advocates of Anti-Shariah Measures Alarmed by Judge’s Ruling

    Judge Joseph Charles, in denying the restraining order to the woman after her divorce, ruled that her ex-husband felt he had behaved according to his Muslim beliefs — and that he did not have “criminal desire to or intent to sexually assault” his wife.


    The woman’s lawyer, Jennifer Donnelly of New Jersey Legal Services, told that Charles’ ruling should add to the case for a proposed Oklahoma law, which will be on the ballot in November, which would ban judges from considering “international law or Shariah Law” in their rulings.

    “Those who don’t want the bill to pass say, ‘there’s really no need for it because why would a judge walk down that road of religion?'” Donnelly said.

    “Clearly here, this judge did walk down that road. He may not have said ‘Shariah law.’ But I think it’s indicative that, in trying to be respectful of religion, judges venture into a very slippery slope.”

    Donnelly said she was surprised when Charles refused to issue a restraining order, adding that the only tipoffs that it might happen were questions he put to the husband’s imam when he testified in the case.

  24. blessedistruth Says:

    How a VAT would affect growth

    Just how would tacking a 10 percent value-added tax onto the current tax system affect the economy?

    Well, an Ernst & Young study commissioned by the National Retail Federation came up with this result:

    1. An add-on VAT would reduce retail spending by $2.5 trillion over the next decade.

    Retail spending would decline by almost $260 billion or 5.0 percent in the first year after enactment of the VAT.

    2. An add-on VAT would cause GDP to fall for several years.

    The economy would lose 850,000 jobs in the first year, and there would be 700,000 fewer jobs ten years later.

    By comparison, a comparable reduction in the deficit through reduced government spending would have less adverse effects on the economy, and could have positive effects for economic growth.

    3. Although lower deficits and debt would have positive long-run effects for the economy, most Americans over 21 years of age when the VAT is enacted would be worse off due to enactment of an add-on VAT.

    A VAT would have significant redistributional effects across generations, reducing real incomes and employment for current workers.

    (Senator Judd Gregg has stated that increased spending levels done intentionally so that we’ll have no choice but to institute a value-added tax (VAT).)

  25. blessedistruth Says:

    Glenn Beck: Are We Too Stupid to Raise Our Own Kids?,2933,601952,00.html

    But here’s the government solution.

    Solution “B”: ban all the sodas and fries.

    Number two, limit playground stuff. Take the swings down. They might hurt themselves. They can cup stack! Big fatty fat fatsos can cup stack.

    Define food deserts. No, kids, that’s not “desserts,” that’s “deserts.” Believe it or not, the government says we have them. It’s where only McDonald’s are. It’s a food desert. We’ve got to have a fresh fruit stand some place. Yes, that’s the problem.

    Fourth step is sue somebody.

    And fifth: Demonize companies like McDonald’s.


    If you don’t take control of your kids, if you don’t become a parent, if you don’t say turn off the TV, give me the video game, go outside and play the game.

    Oh, Johnny got a scraped knee. Son, I love you. You’re fine. You’re going to get a scraped knee. Go back out and play.

    Stop with the attorneys. Stop. If you don’t do these things, then the government must do these things.

    Those are your correct principles. Do these or they will.

    Now, it’s up to me to teach my son not to play video games all day long.

    It’s up to me to teach him don’t eat 500 Oreos.

    It’s up to me to say, don’t be a dirt bag and look up oral sex in the dictionary when you’re looking up “opaque.” Opaque is a word. Look it up.


    We need to restore principles in our lives. We need to teach ourselves the correct principles and then pass them to our children.

    What one generation tolerates, the other embraces.

    Stop worrying about your responsibility.

    You pick up your rights, and your responsibilities will automatically restore themselves

    because you would never, if you were doing this, you and your children would never let a government do that to you.

    Teach a man correct principles and let him govern himself. Do it today!

  26. blessedistruth Says:

    Love the purple tie!

  27. blessedistruth Says:

    Make Way for Dionne Warwick, the third album by American singer Dionne Warwick, was released in late 1964.

    It was recorded at Bell Sound Studios in New York City with producers Burt Bacharach and Hal David, and was released by Scepter Records.

    The album was Warwick’s first LP to chart, reaching #65 on the Billboard Top 200 and #10 on the Billboard Black Albums chart.

    Make Way For Dionne Warwick

    1. A House Is Not a Home
    2. People
    3. (They Long to Be) Close to You
    4. The Last One to Be Loved
    5. The Land of Make Believe
    6. Reach Out for Me

    7. (You’ll Never Get to Heaven) If You Break My Heart
    8. Walk on By
    9. Wishin’ and Hopin’
    10. I Smiled Yesterday
    11. Get Rid of Him
    12. Make the Night a Little Longer


  28. blessedistruth Says:

    My husband and I are both enthralled by her.

    Former Secretary of State discusses career in Washington, her parents, new memoir and more

  29. blessedistruth Says:

    Love Fest.

  30. blessedistruth Says:

    4shared “playlist”

    Click “play” or click on green arrow

    If you get message “allow” or “deny” just click “deny”

  31. blessedistruth Says:

    And here are my GrooveShark playlists.

    Sorry, they’re a bit unorganized.

  32. blessedistruth Says:

    This one seems to be working.

    Phil Ochs — “Greatest Hits”

    50 Phil Ochs fans can’t be wrong!

  33. blessedistruth Says:

    Painful, but I think you should watch.

    Fort Worth City Councilman Joel Burns reaches out to GLBT teens with a personal story and a message of hope.

  34. blessedistruth Says:

    “Mom and Dad I’m alive today because you loved me.”

    Language doesn’t get plainer than that, does it?

  35. blessedistruth Says:

    Queer, Not Different

    In mid-October, 19 year-old Zach Harrington of Oklahoma took his life after attending a City Council meeting in his hometown of Norman.

    While the council meeting ultimately resulted in the passage of a resolution to acknowledge October as Lesbian, Gay Bisexual Transgender and Queer History Month, the debate was filled with anti-gay rhetoric.

    Harrington’s family said they believe the meeting triggered his suicide.

  36. blessedistruth Says:

    So just what happened during that awful town hall meeting that would lead Zach to take his own life in his family’s home?

    It was a war of words.

    You can watch the entire city council meeting here.

    The debate begins around the 30-minute mark.

    There are dozens and dozens more talking about “the choice people make,”

    how “the majority” doesn’t support LGBT History Month,

    how we need a “Straight Reproduction Month,”

    how Facebook is full of pedophiles because of the gays,

    how history lessons “promote” homosexuality.

    There are also a few people supporting to the resolution, including LGBT citizens.

    Support for and opposition to the proclamation were fairly even and the public comment portion of the agenda item lasted for three hours — the entire time allotted.

    The entire process was an exercise in representative government, with both sides — and those in between — given their chance to speak their minds.

    One man said he moved to Norman because he thought it was the kind of place that would never accept the GLBT community with open arms.

    A woman, who described herself as “bi-racial,” said she was tired of the GLBT plight being compared to Civil Rights

    Some of those who opposed the proclamation claimed that members of the GLBT community would use it to infiltrate the public school system, essentially allowing the “gay lifestyle” to become a part of the curriculum.

    Others claimed that council recognizing October as GLBT History Month was a waste of their time.

    Some members of the audience even suggested that any council members voting in favor of the proclamation may have trouble getting reelected.

    Numerous residents also claimed the Bible was their guiding light, citing the ancient text as their primary reason for opposing the proclamation and the GLBT community in general.

    And for those in attendance, it was hard to ignore the intolerant grumblings, the exasperated sighs and cold, hard stares that followed comments from supporters of the GLBT proclamation.

    Even most council members admitted that a majority of the e-mails and phone calls they fielded regarding the proclamation were against it.

  37. blessedistruth Says:

    “the choice people make”

    Not a choice.

  38. blessedistruth Says:


    I find this music very uplifting.


  39. blessedistruth Says:

    Twist In My Sobriety

    “It’s Liza with a Z, not Lisa with a S,
    ’cause Lisa with a S goes S, not Z, huh
    It’s Liza with a Z, not Lisa with a S,
    ’cause Lisa with a S goes S, not Z, huh”
    All God’s children needs travelling shoes
    Drive your problems from here
    All good people read good books
    Now your conscience is clear
    Now your conscience is clear
    In the morning, when I wipe my brow
    Wipe the miles away
    I like to think that I can be so willed
    And never do what you say
    And never do what you say
    Look, my eyes are just holograms
    Look, your love has drawn red from my hands
    In my hands you know you’ll never be
    More than twist in my sobriety
    We just poked a little empty pie
    For the fun that people had at night
    Late at night don’t need hostility
    The timid smile, and pause to free
    I don’t care about their different thoughts
    Different thoughts are good for me
    Up in arms and chaste and whole
    All God’s children took their toll
    Look, my eyes are just holograms

    Look, your love has drawn red from my hands
    In my hands you know you’ll never be
    More than twist in my sobriety
    Half the people read the papers
    Read them good and well
    Pretty people, nervous people
    People have got to sell
    News you have to sell
    Look, my eyes are just holograms
    Look, your love has drawn red from my hands
    In my hands you know you’ll never be
    More than twist in my sobriety
    Look, my eyes are just holograms
    Look, your love has drawn red from my hands
    In my hands you know you’ll never be
    More than twist in my sobriety
    “It’s Liza with a Z, not Lisa with a S,
    ’cause Lisa with a S goes S, not Z, huh”
    (Oh yeah)
    “It’s Liza with a Z, not Lisa with a S,
    ’cause Lisa with a S goes S, not Z, huh”

  40. blessedistruth Says:

    Pat is our son. Pretty cool!

    Kids these days!


    New Courses, Curriculum + New Teachers: Steve Nalepa & Pat Cupo

  41. blessedistruth Says:

    Please don’t believe Dem talking point that Republicans are just as bad as Democrats when it comes to debt.

    In 2006 and 2008 Dems could make that argument.

    (Although it’s more important to look at percentages than at total debt. For example my husband and I can afford to be more indebted today than we could afford say ten or twenty years ago. Because our income has grown. We’ve grown the pie.)

    But in 2010 that same argument is just a fallacy.

    Because of Obama Reid Pelosi and one-party rule.


    Federal Debt As Pct GDP

    Fiscal Years 1990 to 2015

    Year GDP-US $ billion Gross Public Debt -fed pct GDP

    “Gross Public Debt -fed pct GDP”

    1990 5800.5 55.74 a
    1991 5992.1 61.17 a
    1992 6342.3 64.09 a


    1993 6667.4 66.17 a
    1994 7085.2 66.23 a
    1995 7414.7 67.08 a
    1996 7838.5 66.66 a

    1997 8332.4 64.97 a
    1998 8793.5 62.84 a
    1999 9353.5 60.47 a
    2000 9951.5 57.02 a

    George W. Bush

    2001 10286.2 56.46 a
    2002 10642.3 58.52 a
    2003 11142.1 60.88 a
    2004 11867.8 62.18 a

    2005 12638.4 62.77 a
    2006 13398.9 63.49 a
    2007 14077.6 63.99 a
    2008 14441.4 69.15 a


    2009 14258.2 83.29 a
    2010 14623.9 94.27 b
    2011 15299 98.99 b
    2012 16203.3 100.82 b

    2013 17182.2 101.58 b
    2014 18192.6 101.87 b
    2015 19190.4 102.57 b

    “Gross Public Debt -fed pct GDP” for FY 2012 which will end September 30, 2012 will be 100.82

    Four years earlier FY 2008 69.15

    69.15 is nothing to brag about. But when I look at Obama’s numbers, I believe Senator Judd Gregg when he says these levels of spending and debt are being done intentionally.


    a – actual reported
    g – ‘guesstimated’ projection by
    b – budgeted estimate in US fy11 budget

  42. blessedistruth Says:

    Something I posted awhile back.

    Of course, “Public Debt” already much worse today.


    To: rosettasister

    A Tale of Three Presidents

    Eight Years

    •Under the Clinton administration Public debt increased by $1,539 Trillion

    •Under the Bush administration Public debt increased by $4,899 Trillion

    Since Inauguration Day 2009





    2,373 Trillion in 17 months (Obama)

    11 posted on Thursday, June 03, 2010 9:52:00 AM by rosettasister

  43. blessedistruth Says:

    The Debt to the Penny and Who Holds It

    Current Debt Held by the Public Intragovernmental Holdings

    Total Public Debt Outstanding

    10/14/2010 9,005,974,021,915.06 4,600,973,072,186.84


  44. blessedistruth Says:





    2,980 Trillion in 21 months (Obama)

    And growing.

  45. blessedistruth Says:

    Senator Gregg and I on same page. Great minds?!


    Treasury Year-End Report Shows Deficit Topped $1 Trillion for Second Straight Year

    October 15, 2010

    These abrupt and shocking changes in our fiscal situation cannot be dismissed as ‘inherited’ problems when the tally of the majority’s spending spree has climbed into the trillions.

    “These deficits are added to our existing debt, which will be passed on to our children to pay back with interest.

    Total federal public debt is currently at $13.4 trillion before any of the deficits of the next decade are factored in.

    Nearly $3 trillion of that debt has been added since the President took office in January 2009, a per household increase of nearly $24,000.

    “The current situation is clearly unsustainable.

    The road back to fiscal stability requires significant spending restraint, and difficult choices that are being put off in favor of politics as usual.

    Trillion-dollar deficits cannot be allowed to become the norm, or we are on a path to fiscal collapse.

    I hope that this Congress and the next one will begin to show the political will necessary to put this country back on the right track.”

  46. blessedistruth Says:

    Annual Deficit Stays Sky-High

    Taken together, the latest announcements could increase the political fallout from the toxic combination of high deficits and low growth.

    “If you want to know what’s driving the anger out there, there’s no issue that people are more concerned about than the fiscal condition of the country and the effect it’s having on potential prosperity,” said Sen. Judd Gregg of New Hampshire, the top Republican on the Senate Budget Committee.

    The 2010 deficit was so high because of

    continued weakness in revenue, which is still 14% below 2008 levels,

    and a 16% increase in outlays over 2008,

    largely a result of stimulus and safety-net spending, such as unemployment benefits.

  47. blessedistruth Says:


    Another big talker says: Release birth certificate

    ‘In the interest of full disclosure sir, could we please have those records?’

    Posted: October 15, 2010

    One of talk radio’s first ladies, Laura Ingraham, believes Barack Obama was born in the United States and is a legitimate president, but she suggests it wouldn’t hurt him to release his original long-form birth certificate.

    That would be among the documents, she said, that should be available to the American public about their president, arguably the most powerful man in the world.

    She specifically cited Obama’s college records as among the documents still concealed by him and wondered about his time at Occidental College.

    “In the interest of full disclosure, sir, could we please have those records?” she asked.

    A minute later, she added,

    “And of course, you know, all of you are thinking ‘Laura when are you going to say long-form birth certificate.’ Well, long-form …”

    The focal point of Ingraham’s commentary was Obama’s lack of transparency, an issue he boasted would be a hallmark of his administration.

    A spokesman for Ingraham’s show said the commentary was describing the hypocrisy of the Obama administration.

  48. blessedistruth Says:

    Laura talks about the records that Obama wont release from college records to visitors list to the white house to his 2008 campaign records, Obama it’s time for you to show your records.

  49. blessedistruth Says:

    Careful, Laura. Tapper will be calling you a “whackjob.”

    TAPPER: Isn’t that like the whackjobs that tell the president he needs to show them his full long-form birth certificate so he can put to rest the questions that have been raised?

    AXELROD: The president’s birth certificate has been available to people.

    TAPPER: The long form?

    AXELROD: Someone once in the course of this debate about whether we should have a law to force these organizations to disclose where they’re money is coming from in the campaigns, someone said, and I think they’re right

    – “the only people who want to keep things secret are folks who have something to hide.”

    If the Chamber doesn’t have anything to hide about these contributions, and I take them at their word that they don’t, then why not disclose?

    Why not let people see where their money is coming from?

    -Jake Tapper


    Why not let people see Obama’s long-form?


    Because there is no long-form. (At least State of Hawaii not in possession.)

    I really would prefer to avoid “birther” issue, but it keeps coming up.

    And if no one is talking about it, Obama brings it up.

  50. blessedistruth Says:

    Don’t believe these idiots who tell us we have nothing to fear from shariah here in U.S.

    Their political correctness will get us all killed.


    Salman Rushdie Still Receives Death Threats From Iranian Extremists 21 Years After Fatwa

    Rushdie revealed details about the unusual card when he told the New York Times he was penning a book about his life during the years he was forced into hiding.


    Rushdie, 63, says that the book will be a chance to set the record straight about his time in hiding.

    He said he had already written the first 100 pages.

    ‘So far I feel that I’m right,’ he said. ‘I’m not getting churned up and upset, I’m just writing it and I’m feeling quite pleased to be writing it.’

    Rushdie said the public knows little of the events under the ‘shroud of secrecy’ that has been placed over his nine years of hiding.

    And he claimed the autobiographical book would allow him to dispute malicious speculation about this time under round the clock protection.

    He hopes to have the memoir completed by 2011.

  51. blessedistruth Says:

    43 — 56

    Overall, 43% of voters say they at least somewhat approve of the president’s performance. Fifty-six percent (56%) disapprove.

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

  52. blessedistruth Says:

    October 16, 2010

    Colorado Senate: Buck (R), Bennet (D) Are Nearly Tied

    Alaska Governor: Parnell (R) Remains Front-Runner

    49% in California Favor Repeal of Health Care law, 45% Oppose Repeal

    Utah Governor: Herbert (R) Grows An Even Bigger Lead Over Corroon (D)

  53. blessedistruth Says:

    EMac is Scary Smart!

    Emac’s Bottom Line

    Does the US Deserve its Triple-A?

    By Elizabeth MacDonald

    Published October 14, 2010

    US Debt Risk Now Ranks Behind Ireland, Portugal

    US sovereign debt delivered the third-worst quarterly performance in the credit defaults swaps market, a closely watched derivatives market that tracks global sovereign credit default risks, says CMA, an independent credit market data research firm.

    CMA says the cost to insure against a default on US government bonds by using swaps rose 28% in the quarter ended Sept. 30.

    The US’s third-quarter performance ranked behind two countries engulfed in a sovereign debt crisis: Ireland and Portugal.

    P. I. G. S. ‘R U.S.

  54. blessedistruth Says:

    Obamacare Raises Medicare Advantage Costs for Seniors

    RUSH: But now it’s happening.

    The Democrats think they’re so smart, they pass all these laws that are going to punish people, and they think people are just going to sit around and be punished.

    Well, that isn’t going to happen. They’re going to find a way to escape the punishment.

    If it means stopping offering this coverage that’s what they’re going to do.

    Now, they’re not supposed to do this ’til 2013 so Obama can’t take the hit for it in his reelection but it’s going to happen next year, and I guarantee you the White House is not happy about it and why this story is out today in The Politico.

    The regime is conceding that some “seniors may have to dig deeper into their wallets next year thanks to the health care law.

    The new analysis obtained by POLITICO finds the health care overhaul will result in increased out-of-pocket costs for seniors on Medicare Advantage plans.

    “Richard Foster, the actuary for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, also tells Senate Republicans that the overhaul will result in ‘less generous benefit packages’ for Medicare Advantage plans next year.

    Foster is independent from the administration and non-partisan.

    Democrats have long contended that Medicare Advantage plans — private insurance alternatives to Medicare — overpay private insurers, increasing premiums for everyone, and needs to be reformulated.

    But Republicans say dramatic changes to the program mean some seniors won’t be able to keep their plans — a promise President Barack Obama made during the reform debate.”

    (imitating Obama) “You want to keep your plan, you want to keep your doctor, you can.”

    This is going to affect 11 million current beneficiaries who are relying on the program.

    The regime is not even trying to say that this is not going to happen.

    They’re trying to limit the damage, but they’re not even trying to lie their way out of this.

    Now, I know a lot of people are looking at this and, “Rush, this is senior citizens, I mean this is 75 years old and 60 years old.”

    Everybody should pay attention to this because someday this is gonna affect everybody.

    It’s gonna start in waves, but it’s going to affect everybody.

    Everybody’s premiums are gonna go up.

    Everybody’s costs are gonna go up except the rare people who are gonna, quote, unquote, get it free, and there are some of those by design.

    They are Obama voters in a bunch of different categories.

    “It’s gonna start in waves, but it’s going to affect everybody.”

    Yes, more and more employers will pay penalty and tell their employees to “Go to Hades!” i.e., the “Exchanges”

    Medicaid rolls will burst.

    Public Option, Public Schmoption!

    Medicaid is the new public option.

  55. blessedistruth Says:

    Wow! I’m not buying that this race “Leans Dem” at all!

    Washington Senate – Rossi vs. Murray

    FOX News/POR-Rasmussen 10/9 – 10/9 1000 LV 46 47 Rossi +1
    Rasmussen Reports 10/6 – 10/6 750 LV 46 49 Rossi +3
    Rasmussen Reports 9/28 – 9/28 750 LV 47 48 Rossi +1
    FOX News/POR-Rasmussen 9/25 – 9/25 1000 LV 48 47 Murray +1

    Wait for next Rasmussen.

  56. blessedistruth Says:

    Minnesota 1st District – Demmer vs. Walz SurveyUSA Walz 47, Demmer 42 Walz +5

    Illinois 10th District – Dold vs. Seals WeAskAmerica Dold 50, Seals 39 Dold +11

  57. blessedistruth Says:

    Battle for the House

    218 Seats Needed For Majority

    (Recent Race Changes)

    10/16 CT4 Leans Dem »»» Toss Up 183 – 40 – 212 GOP +33 to +73

    10/16 OR5 Toss Up »»» Leans Dem 183 – 40 – 212 GOP +33 to +73

    10/16 WA9 Leans Dem »»» Toss Up 183 – 40 – 212 GOP +33 to +73

    GOP needs 6 of 40 toss ups!

  58. blessedistruth Says:

    Washington 9th District – Muri vs. Smith

    Oregon 5th District – Bruun vs. Schrader

    Connecticut 4th District – Debicella vs. Himes

  59. blessedistruth Says:

    “Enemy of the recovery” (Ve Have Names!)

    The Last $25, $50 or $100, and the Kasich Sunday Night Webcast

    Kasich is conducting a live townhall webcast on Sunday evening at 6:30 PM EST, in which he will counter the president’s rhetoric from elsewhere in Ohio.

    Kasich will be talking about job growth and a plan for keeping businesses in the the state.

    President Obama will no doubt be trashing the Chamber of Commerce or some other new enemy of the recovery that he has identified.

  60. blessedistruth Says:

    @nopey23 Having watched that debate, I totally believe that 8-pt gain.
    about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck in reply to nopey23

    @baseballcrank which was my point
    about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck in reply to baseballcrank

    Maybe Coons is not the vat-grown, superhuman, Mandate of Heaven uber-candidate that we all thought he was.
    about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck . (LOL!)

    Shock Poll! O’Donnell slashes gap with Coons from 19 to 11. RT @AmSpec
    about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    the assumption has been that Whitman has the easier path to victory than Fiorina; maybe it is just the opposite
    about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    Fratto says Daniels cut his budget at Treasury
    about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    Now my pal Tony Fratto is talking about Mitch Daniels on CNBC; All the ex-Bushies love Daniels– W, too!
    about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    RT @steveholland1: Reuters-Ipsos poll has Boxer with 46-45 pct lead over FIorina, Brown 48-44 over Whitman.
    about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    Daniels: Debt reduction requires “bifurcation” of entitlement programs
    about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    Daniels: “Open mind” on 2012 but “wouldn’t count on it.”
    about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    Mitch Daniels on CNBC: “The president doesn’t have any economic growth proposals that I am aware of.”
    about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck

  61. blessedistruth Says:

    Have I told you lately that I’m crazy about M. Zuhdi Jasser?!,2933,601954,00.html

    BECK: I don’t remember the —

    O’REILLY: It’s not even a valid argument point, because McVeigh, and his little crew, doesn’t represent anything.

    They are just crazy guys, killers, murders and we put them away and they got what they deserve.

    The Muslims who attacked us on to 9/11 are part of the jihad, which is a movement.

    And the movement has not been confronted by the so- called moderate Muslims, good Muslims.

    They haven’t confronted the jihad.

    BECK: Some have. Some have.

    O’REILLY: Very few.

    BECK: Very few, but Zuhdi Jasser comes to mind.

    O’REILLY: If all of the moderate Muslims throughout the world would confront the jihad, the jihad couldn’t exist.

    The jihad exists because governments let the jihad exist.

    BECK: I have talked to moderate Muslims.

    Zuhdi Jasser is one of them. I believe you know him as well.

    O’REILLY: Yes, sure.

    BECK: Zuhdi has said to me several times it is attitudes like what they just gave on “The View” that hurt the moderate Muslim, because they need —

    (O’Reilly not listening, again. I would not want to be married to this man.)

    O’REILLY: Look, I don’t think any Muslim was hurt by that exposition, OK?

    BECK: No, no, no. No, wait. Listen to me.

    They’re saying that it hurts because people are not saying there is a difference between them.

    Help the people inside stand up. Make sure that you call spade a spade.

    This is wrong. What do you call it? Not jihad.

    But what do you call the extreme Muslim way of living that they — Shariah.

    O’REILLY: Right.

    BECK: By not saying Shariah should not be practiced here in the United States under no circumstance, hurts moderate Muslim.

    (Again, O’Reilly is clueless.)

    O’REILLY: The truth that many liberal Americans don’t want to acknowledge is if you look at every opinion poll in the Muslim world, most Muslims don’t believe 9/11 was even committed by Al Qaeda, OK?

    They have a very low favorability of America even with Obama in charge.

    There is a tension between the Muslim world and America because we’re infidels. You heard it on Christiane Amanpour’s program on ABC News.

    She brings a Muslim cleric on from London and he goes,

    “Hey, pretty soon, the flag of Islam is going to fly over the White House.”

    (You gotta give Beck credit for trying. O’Reilly thinks he’s the one who’s taken Beck under his wing. The opposite is true.)

  62. blessedistruth Says:

    The above exchange around the 5:00 mark.

  63. blessedistruth Says:

    Not my politics, but love the music.

    Radio Bemba Sound System is a live album by Manu Chao that was released in 2002.

    It is the accompanying CD to the performer’s live DVD Babylonia en Guagua, filmed over two nights (4–5 September) in 2001 during the tour for Proxima Estacion: Esperanza.

    Many of the songs found on Radio Bemba Sound System, such as “Machine Gun”, “Peligro”,”Mala Vida”,”King Kong Five” and “The Monkey”, are songs originally recorded by Manu Chao’s previous band, Mano Negra.

    However the arrangements performed with Radio Bemba Sound System are more reggae-, ska-, and rock-oriented.

    Track listing

    1.”Intro” – 0:50
    2.”Bienvenido a Tijuana” – 01:55
    3.”Machine Gun” – 02:13
    4.”Por Dónde Saldrá el Sol?” – 02:41
    5.”Peligro” – 03:09

    6.”Welcome to Tijuana” – 02:50
    7.”El Viento” – 02:41
    8.”Casa Babylon” – 02:34
    9.”Por el Suelo” – 03:55
    10.”Blood and Fire” – 02:35

    11.”EZLN… Para Tod@s Todo…” – 01:41
    12.”Mr. Bobby” – 03:36
    13.”Bongo Bong” – 01:05
    14.”Radio Bemba” – 00:20
    15.”Qué Pasó Qué Pasó” – 00:54

    16.”Pinocchio (Viaggio In Groppa Al Tonno)” – 00:45
    17.”Caí en la Trampa” – 02:10
    18.”Clandestino” – 02:59
    19.”Rumba de Barcelona” – 03:31
    20.”La Despedida” – 04:02

    21.”Mala Vida” – 02:26
    22.”Radio Bemba” – 00:34
    23.”Qué Pasó Qué Pasó” – 01:10
    24.”Pinocchio (Viaggio In Groppa Al Tonno)” – 00:45
    25.”La Primavera” – 03:32

    26.”The Monkey” – 01:59
    27.”King Kong Five” – 02:44
    28.”Minha Galera” – 03:17
    29.”Promiscuity” – 01:44

  64. blessedistruth Says:

    I was at this show.

    With two of my girlfriends.

    We had just graduated 8th grade from Catholic school and were attending junior high for the first time.

    My dad dropped us off.

    And they left me to go off and smoke pot with complete strangers!

    I did not partake. Somehow I managed to experience Led Zeppelin nonetheless.

    And somehow we managed to meet up before my dad arrived to pick us up again.

    It’s funny, my life still revolves around concerts and venues.

  65. blessedistruth Says:

    Led Zeppelin II is the second studio album by the English rock band Led Zeppelin, released in October 1969 on Atlantic Records. Recording sessions for the album took place at several locations in the United Kingdom and North America from January to August 1969.

    Side one

    1. “Whole Lotta Love” Bonham, Dixon, Jones, Page, Plant 5:34
    2. “What Is and What Should Never Be” Page, Plant 4:47
    3. “The Lemon Song” Bonham, Burnett, Jones, Page, Plant 6:20
    4. “Thank You” Page, Plant 4:47

    Side two

    1. “Heartbreaker” Bonham, Jones, Page, Plant 4:15
    2. “Living Loving Maid (She’s Just a Woman)” Page, Plant 2:40
    3. “Ramble On” Page, Plant 4:35
    4. “Moby Dick” Bonham, Jones, Page 4:25
    5. “Bring It On Home” Page, Plant, Dixon 4:19


  66. blessedistruth Says:


  67. blessedistruth Says:

    Important Distinction

    Mitch Daniels takes hit for tax talk

    Daniels sought to limit the fallout caused by his Thursday speech, delivered at a dinner sponsored by the conservative Hudson Institute in his honor.

    Spokeswoman Jane Jankowski insists he was not officially endorsing anything when he spoke fondly and approvingly of an obscure 1982 proposal by the late nuclear theorist Herman Kahn.

    She also reiterated that Daniels believes a VAT would be thinkable

    *** only as a total replacement of the current tax code and in conjunction with a flat income tax ***

    *** not in addition to the current tax burden ***

    (This is an important distinction. I guarantee you if Obama and Dems do consider a VAT, it will be ON TOP OF already onerous taxes. Daniels is considering revamping the entire tax code.)

    Daniels, who was George W. Bush’s first Office of Management and Budget director, was already skating on thin ice after he recently told Newsweek that “at some stage there could well be a tax increase.”

    He’s been one in only a handful of prominent elected Republicans refusing to sign the No New Taxes pledge, and he’s had the temerity to support tax hikes on wealthy residents of the Hoosier State.

  68. blessedistruth Says:

    October 15, 2010- Governor Mitch Daniels discussed the national economy on CNBC’s Closing Bell with Maria Bartiromo.

  69. blessedistruth Says:

    Herman Kahn Award Dinner in Honor of Governor Mitch Daniels

    October 14, 2010, 6:30 PM – Willard Hotel, Washington DC

  70. blessedistruth Says:

    We need change at all levels, and in all municipalities.

    I wonder how the city of Peoria is doing compared with the city of Phoenix. was started by Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio to enlist support from like-minded Arizonans who want to put a bridle on the run-away and unnecessary cost of government that works more to perpetuate itself and its institutions (and perks) rather than serve the public.

  71. blessedistruth Says:

    Federal Deficit As Pct GDP

    Fiscal Years 1990 to 2015

    Year GDP-US $ billion Federal Deficit -fed pct GDP

    1990 5800.5 3.81 a
    1991 5992.1 4.49 a
    1992 6342.3 4.58 a

    Clinton before Republican sweep

    1993 6667.4 3.83 a
    1994 7085.2 2.87 a

    Clinton after Republican sweep

    1995 7414.7 2.21 a
    1996 7838.5 1.37 a

    1997 8332.4 0.26 a
    1998 8793.5 -0.79 a
    1999 9353.5 -1.34 a
    2000 9951.5 -2.37 a

    George W. Bush

    2001 10286.2 -1.25 a
    2002 10642.3 1.48 a
    2003 11142.1 3.39 a
    2004 11867.8 3.48 a

    2005 12638.4 2.52 a
    2006 13398.9 1.85 a
    2007 14077.6 1.14 a
    2008 14441.4 3.18 a

    (Compare the above with below.)


    2009 14258.2 9.91 a
    2010 14623.9 10.64 b
    2011 15299 8.28 b
    2012 16203.3 5.11 b

    (9.91 10.64 8.28 5.11 — THIS is why we’re such a mess fiscally!)

    2013 17182.2 4.23 b
    2014 18192.6 3.88 b
    2015 19190.4 3.92 b


    a – actual reported
    b – budgeted estimate in US fy11 budget

    (I am so tired of hearing the Dem mantra that Bush didn’t “pay for” the Bush tax cuts. Obviously revenues were enough to offset, or at least keep deficits at a sustainable level. Below 3% I believe is considered “sustainable.”)

  72. blessedistruth Says:

    Taxation: What’s the Ideal Point on the Laffer Curve?

    … it should not be the goal of tax policy to maximize revenue.

    After all, the revenue-maximizing point is where the damage to the overall economy is so great that taxable income falls enough to offset the impact of the higher tax rates.

    Greg Mankiw of Harvard and Steve Moore of the Wall Street Journal indicated they understood this point since they both explained that the long-run revenue-maximizing rate was lower than the short-run revenue-maximizing rate.

    But Martin Feldstein of Harvard explicitly addressed this issue and hit the nail on the head.

    “Why look for the rate that maximizes revenue?

    As the tax rate rises, the “deadweight loss” (real loss to the economy rises) so as the rate gets close to maximizing revenue the loss to the economy exceeds the gain in revenue….

    I dislike budget deficits as much as anyone else.

    *** But would I really want to give up say $1 billion of GDP in order to reduce the deficit by $100 million? No. ***

    National income is a goal in itself.

    That is what drives consumption and our standard of living.”


    Martin Feldstein of Harvard sounds like one smart dude.

    There are only two possibilities:

    (1) Obama does NOT get this.

    (2) Obama DOES get this, but ignores. Because he really is trying to “Europeanize” America.

  73. blessedistruth Says:

    Not all “Freepers” are “Phobes”

    Gotta give “Aria” credit for trying.

  74. blessedistruth Says:

    An early tea party manifesto

  75. blessedistruth Says:

    Clueless NY Times on Ft. Hood Killer: “The Gunmen & His Motive Remain an Enigma”

    October 17th, 2010 | 8:41 am | #5


    just a sample:

    Dr. Zuhdi Jasser

    [Some have incorrectly tried to connect this to Columbine and other random shootings. How many events and terrorist incidents like this do we need before we realize that there’s a common ideological threat? Over and over, we see that the common thread is political Islam. ]

    Point Person: Our Q&A with Dr. Zuhdi Jasser

  76. blessedistruth Says:

    47% — 52%

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

    43 — 43 — 47 last three days

    Probably a blip.

  77. blessedistruth Says:

    Connecticut Governor – Foley vs. Malloy Rasmussen Reports Malloy 49, Foley 45 Malloy +4


  78. blessedistruth Says:

    Holy Toledo, Batman!

    Battle for the House

    218 Seats Needed For Majority

    (Recent Race Changes)

    10/17 IA1 Leans Dem »»» Toss Up 181 – 42 – 212 GOP +33 to +75

    10/17 IL10 Leans Dem »»» Toss Up 181 – 42 – 212 GOP +33 to +75

    10/17 TX27 Likely Dem »»» Leans Dem 181 – 42 – 212 GOP +33 to +75

    GOP needs 6 of 42 toss ups! one — seventh

  79. blessedistruth Says:

    Texas 27th District – Farenthold vs. Ortiz

    Illinois 10th District – Dold vs. Seals

    Iowa 1st District – Lange vs. Braley

  80. blessedistruth Says:

    Arizona 8th District – Kelly vs. Giffords

  81. blessedistruth Says:

    The difference between the candidates is stark on many issues.

    On health care: Kelly wants to repeal “Obamacare,” while Giffords says the health-care overhaul improved coverage for many of her constituents.

    On taxes: Giffords supports keeping the Bush-era tax cuts for “98 percent of working Americans,” while allowing cuts for the top-earning 2 percent to expire at the end of the year.

    Kelly would like to see a 10 percent flat income tax for all taxpayers, or a 23 percent national sales tax with the elimination of all income taxes.

    On party loyalty:

    *** Kelly says Giffords has voted with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi 90 percent of the time. ***

    While that may be the case, Giffords said, Pelosi has taken dozens of votes this year while the rest of the House members have taken thousands.

    She says she’s split with her party on many of those decisions, including when she turned down some appropriations budgets, voted against pay raises for Congress and pressed her leadership for strong immigration enforcement.

    “On issue after issue … he is out of step with the majority of the people of the state of Arizona, and I believe out of step with mainstream Republicans as well,” Giffords said.

    Kelly has a similar line: “We are getting broad support from voters of all parties because they are very disappointed with Giffords’ bailout for Wall Street, her $500 billion cuts to Medicare and her opposition to SB 1070.”

    “he is out of step with the majority of the people of the state of Arizona, and I believe out of step with mainstream Republicans as well”

    What is she smoking?!

  82. blessedistruth Says:

    Lost, But Not Forgotten


  83. blessedistruth Says:


    but not …

    this works …


    Curiouser …

  84. blessedistruth Says:

    Sun Oct 17, 2010 11:07 am

    Here is a *live* webcam of the San Francisco Bridge on October 13, 2010

    Be patient – it’s “disconnected” a couple of times.

    “Me and about 130 other people witnessed this on live webcam.”

  85. blessedistruth Says:

    Is FAA covering up flight delays due to New York UFO sighting?

    More importantly, could party balloons have mysteriously contributed to the evacuation of the Westbury radar facility, and flight delays for up to an hour at three major airports?

    The party balloon explanation falls apart at closer examination.

    It nevertheless appears to have been quickly accepted by the mass media in what appears to be an officially sanctioned attempt to cover up the truth behind the New York UFO sightings.

    The leaves as the most plausible explanation that the UFOs were intelligently controlled objects that caused problems with the Westbury radar facility.

    This led to flight delays at New York’s three major airports.

    This seems to be a similar series of events as occurred earlier this year at several Chinese airports after UFO sightings.

    Most significantly, what happened over New York’s skies vindicates the October 13 prediction made four months earlier by a retired NORAD officer that extraterrestrial vehicles would begin appearing over major world cities as the first step in a process to prepare humanity for the truth that we are not alone.

    (The anti — disclosure PTB will stop at nothing to prevent disclosure. They’d love nothing more than to shoot to kill the lot of them. Not possible. Which is why we’re kept in the dark. Can you imagine the militaries around the world having to admit how powerless they really are?)

  86. blessedistruth Says:

  87. blessedistruth Says:

    Oh, very young!

  88. blessedistruth Says:

    Tarja Turunen


  89. blessedistruth Says:

    New Thread:

    Earth has the greatest emotional energies of any planet in the Universe.

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  92. blessedistruth Says:


    New Thread:

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  93. blessedistruth Says:

    New Thread:

    The universal wisdom offered by celestials

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  95. Kirsten Says:

    It’s hard to come by experienced people on this topic, however, you seem like you know what you’re talking about!

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