Tuesday, June 14, 2011

GOP debate last night

It was infuriating! Let Dr. Paul speak, he was the only one on stage that understood the issues facing America and where they came from. He was the only one with actual answers, plus he is the only one on stage by request of his fellow patriots. The rest of them are there for there own purposes and power hungry motives.

You dont have to believe me read their writings:

Thursday, May 26, 2011

For Liberty: Ron Paul Revolution

Good watch:

learn more about the ideas of Ron Paul:

Alex Jones - TSA talk

Sony Bloggie Touch (MHS-TS20/B) - 8 GB, 4 Hours NEWEST MODEL

I will have this on me while out and about to capture video of peoples rights being violated!

I've had this camera for about a week now and have been loving it ever since. I've used another "flip" camcorder and the Bloggie Touch puts it to shame.

1. Love the quick on and record. Great for spontaneous videos of the little one.
2. The touch screen interface makes it both useful and fun to use the big screen.
3. The still pictures come out brilliant, when the lighting and focus is good.
4. The battery charges up super fast and stays with you for a whole day of shooting.
5. The image stabilization is good. You can take decent video while walking around and panning too. Note that it is not optical, but electronic SteadyShot stabilization.
6. The lens is very good quality and the pictures are crisp.
7. Really like the "snap picture while recording" feature. I find myself using that feature the most. The video doesn't stall while the picture (full 12M resolution) is being taken and since the focus and exposure are usually locked well while you're in the middle of the video, the pictures come out great.

1. In low lighting, there is quite a bit of graininess and using the digital zoom makes it much worse.
2. While the lens is good quality, the auto-focus mechanism is really very slow. If you move around the camera too much before focus has locked on, the auto-focus will almost never lock.
3. What I really miss with this camera is a flash. Even a tiny one would help with low light pictures.
4. Minor annoyance: to preview a picture right after you take it, you have to go through at least two clicks. Sony could have designed it so that it always goes to the last picture taken by default, instead of the thumbnail list of all pictures/video on the device.

I decided to purchase this camera over a still camera that can do video because:
1. This one is dead simple. One button to turn on, one to take video and one to take stills. This makes it both easy and quick to use.
2. This one can do 1080p video and 720p at 60fps.
3. Its under $200 and is smaller than your phone.
4. Its got internal flash and USB connector - no more SD cards or cables. 8GB is enough to get you through the day before you can come back to your laptop to dump the pictures.

I decided to purchase this camera over other ones in the same category because:
1. Its got a big display and the touch screen is fun to use.
2. Its got a better lens system than the others.
3. Its got (some) image stabilization.

Monday, May 23, 2011

Area 51: An Uncensored History of America's Top Secret Military Base

After reading fascinating political and conspiracy thrillers like Gods of Ruin that make you wonder what's really going on behind the curtain, you're intrigued to find out the real story behind secret government enclaves like Groom Lake (Area 51). What's most provocative is that much of what Jacobsen (an investigative journalist) learned through the people that worked at Groom Lake was still classified by the federal government. In an age of Wikileaks, this type of source-finding is not unheard of, but it's still absolutely compelling.

Put aside for a moment whether you think it's the government's role to have a secret base full of soldiers, spies, scientists, and engineers working to further military technology in secret; their stories are worth the read.

What you won't get in this book is a fairy tale about how aliens crashed at this area and that's why the government made a nice little base here. What you will get in this book is stories of its development as a top training ground for Cold War CIA operatives and an unconscionable test site for nuclear "dirty bombs" and of course "what should never have happened at all," as Jacobsen put it.

I highly recommend this book if you're interested in history, government, politics, and conspiracy theories. Jacobsen does a great job at telling a compelling tale about a unique place in America's past and present.

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Ron Pauls new book

Just ordered this one, super excited, especially after reading these other books, maybe I will join his campaign now that he has officially launched it.

Friday, May 20, 2011

Ron Paul 2012

I am super excited that Ron Paul has decided to run again.  We need sound monetary policy and proper appropriations and no more handouts and entitlement mentality.  Our military really needs to come home.  We need healing in our nation!  Come together he will only win if we are a grassroots movement!

Friday, May 13, 2011

stupid government interference

So they stopped online poker from the united states... all that does is piss people off.  I ended up with a bunch of money i will never see in full tilt now... so if you can still play learn how to get some today.

Click Here!

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Ron Paul "The Federal Reserve Is Responsible For The Inflation, The Busi...

Jesse Ventura is angry at the TSA

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
News that Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura is striking back against being personally subjected to TSA harassment by suing the federal agency is sure to re-ignite a TSA revolt that has led many airports to consider abandoning the TSA altogether and replacing them with private security, while the TSA has until the end of today to respond to a FOIA request filed by former Congressman Bob Barr that could send further shockwaves through the Homeland Security-controlled federal body.
Having first privately told Alex Jones back in November of his intention to sue the TSA in a lawsuit that directly names DHS chief Janet Napolitano and TSA head John Pistole, yesterday’s announcement of legal proceedings against new invasive groping measures introduced last year has provoked a tidal wave of media coverage.
The TSA has become embroiled in a number of lawsuits and legal challenges over the past few months as the agency’s policies are flagrantly abused by TSA staffers in numerous blatant examples of sexual harassment, violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act, and wanton disregard for the 4th amendment to the Constitution.
Nowhere was this more evident than in the case of Lynsie Murley, 24, of Amarillo, Texas, who received compensation from the agency after TSA workers pulled down her blouse, exposed her breasts and then laughed in her face, leaving Murley, “extremely embarrassed and humiliated” according to the lawsuit.
The actions of Ventura, who is risking his television career by refusing to fly until TSA policies are changed, are sure to once again stir a national debate about TSA policies that peaked back in November and culminated in a national opt out day protest on Thanksgiving.
Ventura Lawsuit To Re Ignite TSA Revolt? 250111banner1
Stock up with Fresh Food that lasts with eFoodsDirect (AD)
The revolt was led largely by the Drudge Report website, which flexed its significant media muscle to ensure the issue was kept in constant focus for weeks on end.
In a crude political stunt designed to deflate the success of the opt out protest, the TSA completely reversed its procedures as travelers across the country reported that the agency had temporarily roped off naked body scanners and relaxed supposedly mandatory invasive pat down policies.
This led to former Congressman Bob Barr’s Liberty Guard organization filing a Freedom of Information Act request demanding an explanation as to why the TSA felt comfortable in briefly mothballing policies it claimed were vital for national security simply as a propaganda ploy.
Obviously reticent to address the FOIA, the TSA pulled out all the legal tricks to delay their response and in fact Liberty Guard’s Shane Cory informs us via email today that the agency has until the end of the day to formally respond to the FOIA request.
Any admission that the TSA amended its policies as part of a coordinated media stunt will send shockwaves through an agency already on the ropes, and we’ll have more on this story within the next 24 hours.
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show. Watson has been interviewed by many publications and radio shows, including Vanity Fair and Coast to Coast AM, America’s most listened to late night talk show.