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It is incumbent upon each of us to seriously ponder our future. It is imperative that each of us be willing to study, once again, the great principles upon which this country was built.  Such a study demands that we re-familiarize ourselves with the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights.

We must re-read our Declaration of Independence.  We must read the words of wisdom and warning delivered by our Founding Fathers.  In short, we must be completely familiar with the principles of liberty, because those principles made us, and only those principles will keep us.

  We are saddened by the news of Tim Russert's passing.  Our condolences go out to his family, friends, and co-workers at NBC News.  Tim Russert, host of NBC's "Meet the Press" and its Washington bureau chief, collapsed and died at work Friday, June 13, 2008 after suffering an apparent heart attack.  He was 58.  He also wrote the best-selling books, "Big Russ and Me," in 2004, and "Wisdom of our Fathers," in 2006.  This year, Time magazine named him one of the 100 most influential people in the world.  His signature trait was an unrelenting style of factual questioning that made some politicians reluctant to appear,  and yet confident that they could claim extra credibility if they survived his grilling intact.  Considered one of the few decient, honest journalists of today, our country, and I personally, will sorely miss this true patriot. -JB

--- NEWS FLASH ---
July 27, 2007
Lawyer Tom Cryer Acquitted of Tax Evasion in U.S. District Court


The IRS, with the help of the DOJ and the federal courts, is an extortion machine.  All the tapdancing they do about "law" is nothing more than a show they put on to try to give the impression that what they do is somehow legal, and therefore legitimate.  But they don't care one bit about the law.  They care about getting money, whether people owe it or not, and they will use any means -legal or not- to destroy those who don't pay the "protection" fee.  They will try to hurt you if you don't comply, and afterwards fabricate some legal excuse for why it was okay for them to do so.

Vernice Kuglin, Tommy Cryer and an ex-IRS employee, Joseph Bannister, got thru to the jury and were found not guilty.  Why do we have to take this matter to court to be found not guilty of something we did not have to do in the first place?  The Courts logic is to pay the extorsion and then ask for a refund.  HUH?

"What good fortune for governments that the people do not think. --Adolf Hitler

I can't express how sickened I am by the thought of how many good people, who actually value freedom and justice, have had to suffer, and are still suffering, because of the stupidity of the masses, in this country and every other.  Wouldn't it be neat if people could only be subjected to the rotten consequences of their OWN stupidity, instead of everyone else's?  Then the state-worshipers could keep enslaving only themselves, until they learn their lesson.   No such luck. --Larken Rose--

I beg you, with all my heart, please watch this video. It is almost 2 hours long.  It is well worth your time.  Gather the family and neighbors, and watch this movie together.  Make an evening for it.

Yes, it is THAT important.  Don't read anything on this web site.  Don't go to work, and don't pay your taxes, until you watch this video. If the world seems to be going to hell in a handbasket, you will soon see why when you watch this video.

For your childrens sake, and to restore your own sanity, you will see why it seems that all has gone against what we were all led to believe as Patriotic Americans.

- John Beaman

"The name of American, which belongs to you, in your national capacity, must always exalt the just pride of Patriotism.... It should be the highest ambition of every American to extend his views beyond himself, and to bear in mind that his conduct will not only affect himself, his country, and his immediate posterity; but that its influence may be co-extensive with the world, and stamp political happiness or misery on ages yet unborn." --George Washington

Want to know what your children are up against?
Want to prepare them for the future?
Then please watch this video to find out.

In the News

"Here is the most important thing Americans need to understand: We are finally getting somewhere in Iraq, at least in military terms. As two analysts who have harshly criticized the Bush administration's miserable handling of Iraq, we were surprised by the gains we saw and the potential to produce not necessarily 'victory' but a sustainable stability that both we and the Iraqis could live with." --- Michael O'Hanlon and Kenneth Pollack - of the Brookings Institution and no fans of President Bush, recently returned from Iraq and writing in The New York Times

Do you think the left-media will tell you this? Uh, hardly.

"The Democrats have convinced themselves, once again, that the enemy is us --- or at least our fault. There was no al-Qa'ida in Iraq before we invaded the country, they argue. If it exists now, it's entirely our own doing. Our presence causes the violence in Iraq. In fact, they say, our presence in Iraq is the greatest recruiting tool the terrorists have." ---Mona Charen - who seems to have no grasp of reality

"Liberals used to be the ones who argued that sending U.S. troops abroad was a small price to pay to stop genocide; now they argue that genocide is a small price to pay to bring U.S. troops home." ---Jonah Goldberg

"Gen. Dave Petraeus and his subordinate commanders are by far the best team we've ever had in place in that wretched country. They're doing damned near everything right --- with austere resources, despite the surge. And they're being abandoned by your elected leaders. Maybe the next presidential primary debate should be held in Baghdad." ---Ralph Peters

"In political life today, you are considered compassionate if you demand that government impose your preferences on others." ---John Stossel

"I suspect the way many viewers reacted to [the] Democratic presidential debate co-sponsored by CNN and YouTube depended on whether they generally see themselves on the taking or giving end of government transactions. For those accustomed to taking from government, it was a tremendous night. For those accustomed to giving to government, it foreshadowed the nightmare to come if a Democrat is elected president." ---Terence Jeffrey

"This is pathetic. What you have right now is partisanship on Capitol Hill that quite often boils down to insults, insinuations, inquisitions and investigations rather than pursuing the normal business of trying to pass major pieces of legislation." ---Tony Snow

"Being a conservative Republican should be about more than abortion policy and the War on Terror. The [GOP presidential] candidates should have to tell voters whether they still believe in traditional principles of limited government, federalism and individual liberty." ---Michael Tanner - who must not be paying attention

"In order for America to remain truly competitive in a global economy, we must invest in our workforce to stimulate small business growth. Small businesses create two-thirds of all new jobs in this country, and the vast majority of them are paying their new workers higher than the minimum wage." ---Sen. John Kerry - congratulating himself on voting to raise the minimum wage, which has the exact opposite effect

Wonder why I call them traitors?

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Four years ago, Bush, riding in the copilot's seat, landed aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln to deliver a speech declaring an end to major combat operations in Iraq as a "Mission Accomplished" banner hung from the carrier's tower.

The speech has become a flashpoint for White House critics.  Perino said that Bush never actually uttered the words "mission accomplished" in his speech and that the banner referred to the Lincoln's mission.  Oh, really?

Of course he didn't, it was the carriers own banner to show Bush and the world that their reciently completed mission was accomplished.  It just goes to show you how some people are so dishonest as to twist the situation around to make Bush look bad that they dishonor our troops again.  Don't they realize that every one of them volunteered to fight and possibly die for us?

Then why disgrace them?  Alternative agenda?  Or do they hate Bush so much that they would destroy their own country in retaliation?  Don't think that will happen?  Then let them continue to bash our country.  Let them micro-manage this war like they did in Viet Nam, and the outcome will be the same, except the war will continue on our soil.

"If it is the case that they withheld money for the troops in order to try to play some ridiculous P.R. stunt, that is the height of cynicism, and absolutely so unfortunate for the men and women in uniform and their families who are watching the debate," Perino said.  "You would hope that is not true, although it does make you wonder why did the House waited so long to appoint conferees."

  Letter from Bagdad:

Dear Senator Reid:

When you say we've lost in Iraq, I don't think you understand the effect of your words.  The Iraqis I speak with are the good guys here, fighting to build a stable government.  They hear what you say, but they don't understand it.  They don't know about the political game, they don't know about a Presidential veto, and they don't know about party politics.

But they do know that if they help us, they are noticed by terrorists and extremists.  They decide to help us if they think we can protect them from those terrorists.  They tell us where caches of weapons are hidden.  They call and report small groups of men who are strangers to the neighborhood, men that look the same to us, but are obvious to them as a foreign suicide cell.

To be brief, your words are killing us.  Your statements make the Iraqis afraid to help us for fear we'll leave them unprotected in the future.  They don't report a cache, and its weapons blow up my friends in a convoy.  They don't report a foreign fighter, and that fighter sends a mortar onto my base.  Your statements are noticed, and they have an effect.  You are killing us.

Finally, you are mistaken when you say we are losing.  We are winning, I see it every day.  However, we will win with fewer casualties if you help us.  Will you?


LT Jason Nichols, USN
MNF-I, Baghdad

"As government expands, liberty contracts." ---Ronald Reagan

Ethnic Profiling? - Wake up people!
We might offend them? - How offended do you think are the thousands they have killed?
To ensure we Americans never offend anyone -- particularly
fanatics intent on killing us -- law enforcement and security
screeners are not allowed to "profile" people in public places or
security checkpoints. However, they will continue to perform
random searches of 80-year-old women, little kids, airline pilots
with proper identification, Secret Service agents who are members
of the President's security detail, 85-year-old congressmen with
metal hips and even Medal of Honor recipients. But targeting
Middle Eastern male Islamists between the ages 17 and 40
constitutes "ethnic profiling."   ...

"[President] Bush said that massive deportation [of illegal aliens]
is unrealistic. He said you can't just move 12 million people to
another country...  I don't know -- Mexico did it."
---Jay Leno

"How can we expect our government to move 12-30 million illegals?
They couldn't move 15,000 from New Orleans.  Build the dam wall.
And, why not use the illegals to do the building?"
---John Beaman


That was a front-page headline in Friday's Washington Times.  
According to Times reporter Charlie Hurt, "The Senate voted 
yesterday to allow illegal aliens to collect Social Security 
benefits based on past illegal employment -- even if the job 
was obtained through forged or stolen documents."

See who voted which way

PLEASE DO NOT FORGET: It is the soldier, not the reporter, who have given us freedom of the press.  It is the soldier, not the poet, who has given us freedom of speech.  It is the soldier, not the campus organizer, who has given us the freedom to demonstrate.  It is the soldier, who salutes the flag, who serves beneath the flag and whose coffin is draped by the flag, and who allows the protester to also burn that flag.

"With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind up the nation's wounds, to care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow and his orphan, to do all which may achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace among ourselves and with all nations." -- President Abraham Lincoln

In the News:

A Cheney with a shotgun
    is still less fatal,
than a Kennedy with a shotglass.

Iraq can be lost here at home. And if it is lost, it will be at the inducement of our latter-day Eugene McCarthys, Walter Cronkites and Jane Fondas - Kennedy, Kerry and Clinton - who continue to hack away at our national will through the court of public opinion. Clearly, the Democrats and their Leftmedia trucklings hold a great deal of sway over American public opinion. They are, in this respect, a most effective public relations machine for al-Qa'ida. (Treason?) During the single week before the last election alone, the Leftmedia's "death of a thousand cuts" campaign has featured Iraqi reconstruction malfeasance and incompetence, dire pronouncements of civil war and car bombings galore-all in support of the Demos' unseemly midterm political strategy.  Their scorched-earth campain to assist the enemy in defeating George Bush, is also a treasonist act against the US.

On the 19 March anniversary of OIF, President Bush highlighted successful operations in the northern Iraqi town of Tal Afar, al-Qa'ida's strongest outpost. Of course, The New York Times and The Washington Post responded with stories refuting the success in Tal Afar. However, the best account we've authenticated has never appeared in either the Times or Post.

Here, then, is an excerpt from a letter written by the mayor of Tal Afar, Najim Abdullah al-Jubouri, to Gen. George Casey, Commander of U.S. Forces in Iraq, in January: "Our city was overrun by heartless terrorists, Zarqawi and his followers, who unloaded their bloodthirsty and voracious action of evil on this city for several months by indiscriminately killing men, women and children. Tal Afar was a human slaughterhouse. Simple services were not possible, causing the people to suffer, till the day you dispatched your troops, who were our lion-hearted saviors. Your troops came to rescue Tal Afar led by our heroes, whom Tal Afar will never forget. After the major operation, your wonderful soldiers started nursing the wounds of this city by rebuilding the damaged lives and buildings with great compassion and speed. These soldiers have done more than their original mission required of them... God bless this brave [3rd Armored Cavalry] Regiment; God bless the families who dedicated these brave men and women. From the bottom of our hearts we thank the families. They have given us something we will never forget... Let America, their families and the world be proud of their sacrifice for humanity and life."

Also remember that everyone of our boys that have died in the gulf, volunteered for the job, full well knowing the risks, and believing it was worth it to make everyone of us free, so we may enjoy the great properity this country has seen for many years.

I am getting tired of the "BUSH LIED ABOUT WMD, so let's leave IRAQ tomorrow", crap. 
Bush didn't lie any more than these lefties: News Quotes

THE other LIE: "Bush has no Exit plan." Well maybe they can't read, or are not paying attention.  The plan was announced three years ago, stupid.  Read it!  Maybe you want the 386KB PDF Detailed report.

To claim a plan does not exist, is like WMD does not exist, just because you can't find it.  I guess that Osama doesn't exist either, since we haven't found him, so let's call all the troops home...  RIGHT! 

The WMD was moved to Syria during the the 6 month build up to resuming the Gulf war when Saddam violated the cease fire agreement(s). 
(Pssst! We didn't resume the Gulf War against Saddam because of WMD!)
We canceled the cease-fire because Saddam violated 16 resolutions of the United Nations.

But, no one has bothered to look in Syria. Same is true for anything "not found", if you don't look to where it is, for whatever reason, you will not find it.  This, in no way means it does not exist.  To claim otherwise is just childish.  Example: Since we couldn't find Bin Ladin, he must never have existed either!  yeah...right...

All I hear from the Left is whining and criticism.  Anything to show their hate for our President because they lost the election.  Where are the alternative ideas?  The only one is "get out now", which is a great concept, but totally stupid if you look at the overall situation.  Please realize that the "Exit Plan" is condition based. 

"If we retreat from Iraq, the terrorists will pursue us and our allies, expanding the fight to the rest of the region and to our own shores." - George Bush.

"We will not put a date certain on when each stage of success will be reached -- because the timing of success depends upon meeting certain conditions, not arbitrary timetables." - George Bush

No war has ever been won on a timetable -- and neither will this one.

Anyone that wants dates is ignorant, or has a political agenda that ignores the effects on our safety and prospects for victory.  The progress in Iraq is tenfold faster than any other country that is being reborn.  Go read some history.

It's like the banner "Mission Accomplished" that was totally missed by the leftmedia.  It was put there by the sailors, meaning Saddam was removed from power. DUH!  Their mission was accomplished.  Yet they have spent years trying to convice the American people, and the world, that it mean something different, like it was a claim that the war was over, or some such crap, so they could laugh at Bush.  It never meant that at all, but even in our expression of pride to the men who risked, and those that gave their lives to accomplish that misson, there is still no respect for them, or our Great Republic from the media.

All of this reminds me of the childish ploy of making a false claim, and then using this false claim, as thought it were factual, as the basis for supporting further lies for political or personal purposes.  A good example is that about Illegal Aliens.  The argument that the services these people provide has value to us.  It makes no difference since they forgot the very first word.  What part of "illegal" do they not understand? The rest of the rhetoric is meaningless and only a ploy of distraction from the facts. Deflecting the subject is the favorite ploy of the left.  Ever notice that Democrats continually interrupt others during debates? Ever notice that they don't answer the questions that are put in front of them, but just start spouting policy? Any educated and thinking person can see right thru this, and yet these people have a tremendous following from the sound-bite capacity of the general public, such that they fall for this crap.  They love to spout the one-liners without any context or understanding of the big picture.  I tire of the public time given these idiots... (-JB)

"If a Nation expects to be ignorant and free in a state of 
 civilization, it expects what never was and never will be...
 if we are to guard against ignorance and remain free, it 
 is the responsibility of every American to be informed." 
                     --Thomas Jefferson--  

"I cannot undertake to lay my finger on that article of the 
 Constitution which granted a right to Congress of expending, 
 on objects of benevolence, the money of their constituents...." 
                     --James Madison-- 

"It is a precedent fraught with danger for the country, for when 
 Congress once begins to stretch its power beyond the limits of 
 the Constitution, there is no limit to it and no security for 
 the people...  
 ...  the Constitution, to be worth anything, must be held sacred 
 and rigidly observed in all its provisions."
     -- Colonel David Crockett -- A.K.A.  Davy Crockett --
      -- Member of the U.S.  Congress 1827-31 & 1832-35 --

          "Nature gave man two ends - 
           one to sit on and one to think with.  
           Ever since then, man's success or failure 
           has been dependent on the one he used most." 
                    --George R.  Kirkpatrick-- 

Is it time for an education revolution?

"An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile,
hoping it will eat him last." -- Winston Churchill--

Sounds like Income Tax Payers to me... - JB

 Dear IRS,

 Enclosed is my 2004 tax return showing that I owe $3,407.00 in taxes.

 Please note the attached article from USA Today, wherein you will see
 that the Pentagon is paying $171.50 for hammers and NASA has paid
 $600.00 for a toilet seat.

 I am enclosing four toilet seats (value $2400) and six hammers (value
 $1029), bringing my total remitted to $3429.00.  Please apply the
 overpayment of $22.00 to the "Presidential Election Fund," as noted 
 on my return.  By the way, you can do this inexpensively by sending 
 them one 1.5" Phillips Head screw (article from USA Today detailing 
 how HUD pays $22.00 each for 1.5" Phillips Head Screws is enclosed 
 for your convenience.)

 It has been a pleasure to pay my tax bill this year, and I look
 forward to paying it again next year.


 A Satisfied Taxpayer

I wonder why the media publicizes the traitorous rants of Ted Kennedy, Barbara Boxer, Diane Fienstein and the like.  I wonder why the event below was not sent around the world like their rants were? I believe they too want to tear down our Republic. - John Beaman

-Remember the guy who got on a plane with a bomb
  built into his shoe and tried to light it?

- Did you know his trial is over?

- Did you know he was sentenced?

- Did you see/hear any of the judge's comments on TV/Radio?

I Didn't think so.

It happened on January 30, 2003

Everyone, around the world should have heard what the judge had to say, instead of the continual lies by the leftmedia like the LIE about flushing the Koran at GitMo.  (17 people died because of that lie. Fact.)

So, how much of this Judge's comments did we hear on our TV sets?

We need more judges like Judge Young, but that's another subject. 

Pass this around.  Everyone should and needs to hear what this fine
judge had to say.

Powerful words that strike home.

God bless America.



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