Monthly Archives: March 2012

American Stalags in Poland Revealed

CIA Secret Prison: Polish Leaders Break Silence About Black Site By VANESSA GERA Associated Press WARSAW, Poland — For years, the notion that Poland could allow the CIA to operate a secret prison in a remote lake region was treated as a crackpot idea by the country’s politicians, journalists and the public. A heated political…

1971 Camaro

Hey Eric First off man love your site I always come on here to read everything you have to say about cars and about our “loving a caring” government. I bought a 71 camaro for 2,200 bucks a year ago good what is the cheapest way to remove rust from the car?

If They Can Force Us to Buy “Health Care”…

This is written as the Supreme Court is weighing the constitutionality of ObamaCare – in particular, it is considering whether the federal government has the authority under the Constitution to force people at gunpoint to buy a health insurance policy from a private, for-profit business. That this is even being discussed – as opposed to…

Ford’s Boondoggling It Up, Too

GM has been criticized – rightly – for boondoggling it up at taxpayers’ expense. For “investing” – on someone else’s dime, taken from them by force, it always bears repeating – in vehicles that have obviously dubious prospects of actually selling. Like the $40,000 electric economy car called the Volt. But others are on the…

Barbed Wire Tattoos, Van Dyke Beards… and Twennies

In the ’80s, it was tinny electronic recordings advising you that “the door is ajar.” In the ’90s, it was auto-strangulating seatbelts that assaulted you as soon as you closed the door. Today, it’s the cement-headed obsession with oversized “rims” (ree-uhms, if pronounced correctly in High Ebonics). The sight of something along the lines of…

2012 Toyota Camry hybrid

The Toyota Prius hybrid gets all the press – and a lot of the dealer mark-up, too. You might check out the new Camry hybrid to get something very similar – and nicer, in a number of ways – for about the same money. Probably less, actually – since you should be able to haggle…

NSA’s Spy Program “Stellar Wind” Exposed

This article is from The New American, written by Bob Adelmann: ——– The lead story in Wired magazine for April exposed the Stellar Wind program for its intended purpose: to spy on every jot and tittle of every American citizen’s life all the way down to his “pocket litter:” parking-lot stubs, receipts from McDonalds, tickets…

A Jury of One’s Peers…

Here’s another one we’ve lost sight of – the true and intended meaning of, that is: A jury of one’s peers. Though not specifically mentioned in the Constitution, the concept is an ancient element of English Common Law – on which our Constitution (RIP) was based. The men of a community would gather to weigh…

Man arrested for holding home robber at gunpoint.

Check this article out, Eric. This happened in the Live Free or Die state.   Jenny Eriksonhttp://www.cafemom.comFebruary 21th, 2012 A New Hampshire grandfather has been arrested and is facing a possible prison sentence for firing a shot into the ground and holding a burglar at gunpoint until the cops could arrive. Dennis Fleming, 61, came…