As someone who has purchased books by Bill O'Reilly in the past, you might like to know that Who's Looking Out for You will be released soon. For the next few days, you can pre-order your copy at a savings of 30% by following the link below.
The Nonpatriotic President: A Survey of the Clinton Years is a collection of essays covering Bill Clinton's years as president, starting with his inauguration in 1993, and ending with the 2000 presidential campaign. The book examines, sometimes with humor, a wide range of Clinton-centered issues: the role of the media in his presidency; the cult of celebrity that surrounded him - and which he encouraged - while in office; the conflicts crested by his wife's status as an unelected wielder of power.
A God-less Pledge? God Forbid!
If not "under God," then whom are we under?
If He's not in charge, then who is? I wonder.
A phrase on our money declares Whom we trust.
Is it just a slogan corroded with rust?
Though now it is lawful to sing Irving's song,
will "God Bless America" soon be deemed wrong?
Yet are we one nation except under Him?
To make such a claim is an ungrounded whim.
Because all our framers were mindful of God,
to absent Him fully is treasonous fraud.
The woman who raises a torch in her hand
stands ready to welcome the world to our land.
But God is not welcome. There's no room, it seems,
for Him who gave rise to America's dream.
How dare we be God-less. How foolish indeed,
when He is the reason our nation was freed.
The Pledge without God's name is best left unsaid.
To say it without Him suggests He is dead.
And so I'm appealing to those gowned in black
that our Pledge of Allegiance be maintained intact .
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Sep. 23, 2003
In his latest book, "PERSECUTION: How Liberals Are Waging Political War Against Christianity" -- already on the New York Times Bestseller list - bestselling author David Limbaugh makes a compelling case that liberals across the country are waging an undeclared war on Christianity in our culture and in our government -- especially our schools. Limbaugh exposes the farce of liberal "tolerance" and reveals the true agenda of liberals who misuse the law to force Christianity out of the public square.
"Persecution" shows how:
A Georgia school board, after being threatened with a suit by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), deleted the word "Christmas" from the school calendar.
A Frederick County, Md., school employee was prohibited from passing out Christmas cards at school because it "may not be a legally protected right on a public school campus."
The ACLU went on the offensive when county road crews helped erect a religious sign along the highway even though no state funds were used for the sign and such crews regularly assist private groups when requested.
The liberal double standard allows intolerance of Christianity, yet promotes non-traditional, non-Western celebrations, such as Kwanza.
The liberal war against Christianity is a threat to the freedom of all Americans regardless of their religious persuasion.
"Persecution" is a wake-up call to lovers of liberty everywhere and a call to action to conservatives and Christians to defend the religious freedom envisioned and practiced by the founders.
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"At last -- some sense in the Church/State debate! In his great new book 'Persecution,' David Limbaugh shows how liberals have undermined our Constitution and are waging undeclared war on the very people -- Americans of faith -- who have made America the beacon of freedom and justice that it is. Buy this book, read it, and send a copy to every politician, judge, and Supreme Court Justice you can find."
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WHO KILLED JFK? 'ALL YOU'VE HEARD IS WRONG'
New Book from WND
Authors of stunning and authoritative new book say just-released evidence shows who really killed JFK
As the 40th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy approaches, theories about who was responsible for his death continue unabated, reflecting polls showing most Americans don't believe the official version.
One website lists no less than 36 different theories that have floated around over the past four decades.
An upcoming release by WND Books, however, based on recently declassified federal documents, material supplied by the KGB, information from the Bonano crime family, documents obtained from a French court and the only interview done with a French witness previously only debriefed by the FBI and CIA, promises to cut through the confusion and completely change the debate.
In "Triangle of Death," co-authors Brad O'Leary and L.E. Seymour untangle for readers a seemingly outrageous web that becomes increasingly convincing with each corroborated detail.
They build a case that leads to a stunning, but convincing conclusion: President John F. Kennedy was killed Nov. 22, 1963, as the result of a massive conspiracy between the CIA-installed government of South Vietnam, the French global heroin syndicate and the New Orleans Mafia.
THE BOOK JESSE JACKSON DOESN'T WANT YOU TO READ
Sep. 8, 2003
'Scam': Hot off the press and available today for the first time!
The latest release from WND Books is destined to be another best seller as it shakes the so-called civil-rights movement to the core.
Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson's "Scam" shines a much-needed light on the methods of establishment "black leaders" and exposes them as con artists who gain power by promoting racial tension and class warfare. This is a book people like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton hope never sees the light of day.
In "Scam: How the Black Leadership Exploits Black America," Peterson - a true black leader whom many affectionately call "the other Jesse" - shows how the civil-rights establishment has made a lucrative career out of keeping racial strife alive in America.
He reveals how establishment black leaders endlessly promise solutions to the problems of America's inner cities, but deliver only ineffective Band-Aids. From the dismal failure of the welfare system, to the farce of the slavery-reparations movement, to the problems within black churches and the hypocrisy and corruption of current black "leaders," Peterson argues compellingly that the real crisis we face is spiritual, and that no economic solution will suffice. He skillfully weaves the realms of politics, culture, psychology and religion into this profound and relevant book.
Rather than promote perpetual victimhood, Peterson offers a platform of true empowerment, teaching individuals and families how to tap into the power within, rather than depending on handouts.
Peterson is a successful entrepreneur, motivational speaker, author, and founder/president of a highly successful counseling organization, the Los Angeles-based Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny or B.O.N.D. -- whose purpose is "rebuilding the family by rebuilding the man."
Featured on many news programs, including CNN, Fox News, World News Tonight With Peter Jennings, and Nightline with Ted Koppel, Peterson also hosts his own live call-in radio talk show in Los Angeles, and the "Jesse Peterson Show" on MediaOne television in South Central Los Angeles.
Well-known for his public criticism of "black leaders," Peterson considers Jesse Jackson a "racist demagogue, a David Duke in black skin." In fact, for the past four years, "the other Jesse" has held an annual event called the "National Day of repudiation of Jesse Jackson."
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What Would You Do? Lyrics by "Paris" has a powerful mass appeal particularly for the youth. I would urge you to pass this video onto everyone (not young kids though), and watch it a few times. It was recently put together by Eric Rainbolt, an Austin Texas cable access producer and friend of Alex Jones.
It is the song put to video clips of various New World Order minions who are attempting to destroy freedom and civilization itself, and to totally enslave the survivors in a horrible system of tyranny, corruption and evil. This is their confirmed NWO plan, this is why they set up 9/11 as their prime pretext and this is the subject of the song.
There is one thing Paris is not quite right about in the lyrics. He says that "we the ones that planned it. Aint no other country had their hand in it" referring to 9/11 and I must insist that it was not "we" but a globalist Trojan Horse criminal cabal of royal and banking internationalists known as the Illuminati who have highjacked our government, including the military and the intelligence agencies.
They have engineered 9/11 to serve as a pretext for perpetual war, a tyrannical high-tech global police state blessed and administered by the UN and to carry out massive embezzelments and other high crimes. This is not just about America. The whole world is being systematically transformed by design and by cooperation among almost all the puppet leaders. Our country is being used by the globalists to physically enact this global police state prison planet. When people get that, then they get free of the Right/Left/UN Good Cop/US Bad Cop mind-control paradigm. This is ESSENTIAL because if we get tangled up in the labels and misdiagnose the problem, we will just feed the flames of this Hegelian Agenda.
There is a bit of rough language, but I tell you it is appropriate to the subject, which is HIGH TREASON! Yeah, there is no worse crime that high treason,
certain betrayal of a nation and of humanity itself which goes right along with mass-murder, hand-in-glove.
This is our present predicament and this will be our future suffering if we don't react powerfully and stand up both as individuals and united as brothers and sisters against this tyranny. First we must awaken to the full horror of it so that we know exactly what we are up against and then face it bravely. Know the ENEMY! This song and the video helps us to see them more clearly as they are.
Liberty and justice for all!
Incredible Paris Music Video for download...
Thank you so much for the great work you are doing...
Please check out this ten minute video highlighting Paris's song "What would you do?"
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(and friend of Alex's)
THE REAL LINCOLN
The Real Lincoln by Dr. Thomas J. DiLorenzo -
Book Review by
Mark Dankof at Mark Dankof's America
May 14, 2003
FREEDOM STANDS - VALLEY FORGE THE NATIONAL MEMORIAL ARCH AT VALLEY FORGE
Painting by artist Joseph E. Criscuoli
From Montpelier, Maryland
(From the artist's website:) Freedom Stands - Valley Forge celebrates the enduring spirit of liberty and captures a breathtaking view of the National Memorial Arch at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania from a vantage not often seen by the public.
The painting was begun on December 19, 2002 the 225th Anniversary of the łMarch In" of the Continental Army, under the command of General George Washington, to their winter encampment at Valley Forge.
Freedom Stands Valley Forge is a moving reminder of the sacrifices of those who strove to establish liberty and salutes those who have defended the United States to this very day.
The image of 3 heroic firemen lifting Old Glory above the rubble of 9-11-01
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photograph goes to the BRAVEST FUND, the fund set up by NYC firefighters to
help the survivors & their families.
THE REAL LINCOLN
A New Look at Abraham Lincoln, His Agenda, and an Unnecessary War
by Dr. Thomas J. DiLorenzo
Book Review by Mark Dankof
The Real Lincoln:
A New Look at Abraham Lincoln, His Agenda, and an
by Dr. Thomas J. DiLorenzo
Reviewed by Mark Dankof for Mark Dankof’s America and News and Views Re-post and re-publishing permission granted with attribution.
While I have considered the preservation of the constitutional power of the General Government to be the foundation of our peace and safety at home and abroad, I yet believe that the maintenance of the rights and authority reserved to the states and to the people, not only are essential to the adjustment and balance of the general system, but the safeguard to the continuance of a free government. I consider it as the chief source of stability to our political system, whereas the consolidation of the states into one vast republic, sure to be aggressive abroad and despotic at home, will be the certain precursor of that ruin which has overwhelmed all those that have preceded it.
–General Robert E. Lee to Lord Acton on December 15th, 1866 quoted in The Real Lincoln (p. 268)
The former Iranian Ambassador to the United Nations, Fereydoun Hoveyda,
has recently brought his considerable historical knowledge of ancient and
modern Persia to the task of writing about the role of mythology in
explaining facets of Iranian cultural, political, and religious life to the
uninitiated in the Western world.
Hoveyda’s invaluable contribution in this regard is matched in the
American political and cultural context by Dr. Thomas DiLorenzo, professor of
economics in the Sellinger School of Business and Management at Loyola
College in Maryland, in the latter’s salient, prescient analysis of the
Presidential reign of Abraham Lincoln and his prosecution of an American
Civil War in The Real Lincoln: A New Look at Abraham Lincoln, His Agenda, and
an Unnecessary War.
DiLorenzo’s analysis of Lincoln, accompanied by copious historical
documentation, shatters the mythology surrounding the 16th President’s
motives and agenda in pursuing the War Between The States. The author
provides convincing evidence for Lincoln’s overt racism as expressed in his
documented views on racial supremacy as manifested in his desire to colonize
all American blacks outside the continental United States (p. 4); that
Lincoln’s views were matched by a palpable majority in the North who utilized
such tools as state constitutional amendments to prohibit the emigration of
black people into Northern states like the President’s home state of Illinois
(p. 4); and that Lincoln’s war which killed 620,000 Americans [equivalent to
5 million deaths in 2002 population numbers and percentages] and destroyed 40
percent of the American economy, was a singularly terrible, unjustified
conflict given the proven success in the 19th century of the peaceful end to
slavery through the policy of compensated emancipation (p. 4). DiLorenzo
duly notes that, “Between 1800 and 1860, dozens of countries, including the
entire British Empire, ended slavery peacefully; only in the United States
was a war involved (p. 4).”
What then, does The Real Lincoln lay out as the actual road map for
understanding the war and the accompanying strategy and psyche of Abraham
Lincoln in resorting to armed force against the Southern states? In his
tome, DiLorenzo underscores the mythological President’s political and moral
failure in pursuing the bloodshed of fellow countrymen with an evil,
unnecessary, coercive methodology. The author insists that the prevailing
world-wide trends between 1800-1860 would have resulted in the irenic end to
the institution of slavery by; 1) compensated emancipation; 2) an encouraged
advance of the industrial revolution in the South with capital-intensive
agriculture and manufacturing (p. 277); and 3) the inevitable furtherance of
Enlightenment philosophy in the American mind and culture, a philosophy which
in the end game would have been ideologically incompatible with the
continuation of the institution, as had been the case throughout the British
empire (pp. 276-277). For the Loyola College Professor of Economics, the
real Lincoln agenda in the War Between the States is located in the fact
that: . . .the War Between the States so fundamentally transformed the nature of
American government. Before the war, government in America was the highly
decentralized, limited government established by the founding fathers. The
war created the highly centralized state that Americans labor under today.
The purpose of American government was transformed from the defense of
individual liberty to the quest for empire.
Lincoln thought of himself as the heir to the Hamiltonian political tradition, which sought a much more centralized governmental system, one that would plan economic development with corporate subsidies financed by protectionist tariffs and the printing of money by the central government.
It was Lincoln’s real agenda.
Henry Clay’s “American System.” For his entire political life Lincoln was devoted to Clay and Clay’s economic agenda. The debate over this economic agenda was arguably the most important political debate during the first seventy years of the nation’s existence. It involved the nation’s most prominent statesmen and pitted the states’ rights Jeffersonians against the centralizing Hamiltonians (who became Whigs and, later, Republicans). The violence of war finally ended the debate in 1861.
A war was not necessary to free the slaves, but it was necessary to destroy the most significant check on the powers of the central government: the right of
Chapter 5 demonstrates that this right of secession was rooted in the
proper understanding of the Declaration of Independence as a “Declaration of
Secession” from England, with the New England Federalists attempting to
secede from the Union after Jefferson’s election in 1800, for more than a
decade. DiLorenzo documents the pre-1861 assumption of most commentators in
both North and South that states had the inherent right to secede from the
Union as a last check on the excesses of an arbitrary, centralized Federal
government, buttressing his case with telling quotations from Jefferson, John
Quincy Adams (a Unionist), de Tocqueville, and even Alexander Hamilton. It
was Lincoln, however, who invented the preposterous theory that the Federal
government created the states, which were therefore not sovereign entities,
subsequently waging a war to establish his deliberate inversion of the
Constitutional intent of the founders. The Federal government became by
force of the sword an involuntary Union, “the master, rather than the
servant, of the people–especially once it imposed military conscription and
income taxation on the population (p. 264).” Thus, the “American System” of
Henry Clay began its implementation in earnest with Abraham Lincoln, creating
a Leviathan Central State of oppressive taxation and regulation at home, and
imperialistic expansion abroad, that has been unchecked ever since.
The Real Lincoln also underscores the importance of the individual tenets
of the Clay/Lincoln program of economic centralization in the destruction of
a Constitutionally informed American Federalism, especially in protectionism;
government control of the money supply through a nationalized banking system;
and government subsidies for railroad, shipping, and canal-building
enterprises (p. 54). DiLorenzo summarizes the economic agenda end game of
the “American System” by quoting Murray Rothbard’s classic equation of the
. . . namely, mercantilism. . . . ‘which reached its height in the
Europe of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries,’ [and] was ‘a system of
statism which employed economic fallacy to build up a structure of imperial
state power, as well as special subsidy and monopolistic privilege to
individuals or groups favored by the state.’ (56)
This economic system, presided over by the man William Lloyd Garrison
tagged as the “President of African Colonization,” (p. 19) dovetailed
perfectly with the rest of the 16th President’s statist agenda, implemented
with a methodology that effectively mixed duplicity with coercion. Seen with
these lenses, the “liberator of the slaves” becomes the manipulative issuer
of an Emancipation Proclamation which liberated blacks only in rebel-held
territories after Lee’s defeat of Burnside at Fredericksburg in December of
1862. Lincoln’s Proclamation issued exemptions for a list of enumerated
states, and was designed to liberate only those slaves which could be
utilized for servile insurrection on isolated plantations (pp. 42-43), while
concurrently discouraging European trade and political support for the
Confederacy (pp. 37-38). The Great Economic Centralizer may also be fully
launching a military invasion without the consent of Congress; suspending habeas corpus; imprisoning thousands of Northern citizens without trial for merely opposing his policies; censoring all telegraph communication and imprisoning dozens of opposition newspaper publishers; nationalizing the railroads; using Federal troops to interfere with elections; confiscating firearms; and deporting an opposition member of Congress, Clement L. Vallandigham, after he opposed Lincoln’s income tax proposal during a Democratic Party rally in Ohio.
In addition to abandoning the Constitution, the Lincoln administration established another ominous precedent by deciding to abandon international law and the accepted moral code of civilized societies and wage war on civilians. (p. 6)
In this latter regard, DiLorenzo reminds the reader of the scorched earth
policies of Sheridan, Grant, and William Tecumseh Sherman, not only in the
War Between the States but in the post-war eradication of the Plains Indians
in acts of mass murder designed to pave the way for the government’s
transcontinental railroads; the exploitative policies of Lincoln’s successors
in the Reconstructionist South of 1865-77; and the subsequent imperialistic
policies abroad of McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, and their
successors in the furtherance of American Empire. In each case, The Real
Lincoln makes a compelling case that in an epochal sense, it all began with
the methods and motives of America’s 16th President.
Finally, the informed reader of The Real Lincoln will be duly impressed
with the ominous parallels between the Republican 16th President and the
Republican 43rd Chief Executive of the United States. It is George W. Bush
who has gone beyond Lincoln’s national centralized banking in facilitating
globalist financial structures like the World Bank, International Monetary
Fund, The North American Free Trade Agreement the World Trade Organization,
GATT, and the proposed Free Trade Agreement of the Americas (managed trade,
not free trade). It is Mr. Bush who has increased Federal spending beyond
that of his predecessor for a variety of agencies, including new monies for
the Federal Department of Education. It is Mr. Bush who has prosecuted an
offensive war against a foreign power without the necessary consent and
authorization of Congress according to Article 1, Section 8. Similarly, it
is Mr. Bush whose Administration seeks, through the USA Patriot Act and the
Domestic Security Enhancement Act (DSEA), the broadest authority ever given
the Executive Branch of the Federal government to conduct warrantless
searches and seizures of homes and businesses; to hold citizen suspects in
custody without legal representation for unspecified periods of time; and to
pursue the broadest expansion of electronic surveillance operations in the
history of the United States. And where 19th century British mercantilism is
concerned, Murray Rothbard’s textbook definition of it as government’s
special subsidy and monopolistic privilege to individuals or groups favored
by the state, must be applied in spades to the monarchial reign of King
George W. Bush and his cabal of advisers influenced by international bankers,
oil and natural gas consortiums, insurance and media conglomerates, and the
much vaunted Israeli Lobby. The 19th century Credit Mobilier and Union
Pacific and Central Pacific Railroads are now the domain of UNOCAL;
Halliburton Oil; Kellogg, Brown, and Root; Trieme Partners; Exxon/Mobil;
Chevron; Paladin Capital; the Carlyle Group; and the American Israeli
Political Action Committee (AIPAC). And in this merger of the denizens of
the Central State with multinational economic conglomerates and globalist
structures of impending World Government, the American military in most
Lincolnesque fashion, now serves as the janissaries of coercive interests
totally at odds with historic American Federalism and those the latter was
designed to protect.
(Mark Dankof is a former Constitution Party candidate for the United
States Senate in Delaware. His web site is Mark Dankof’s America found at
http://www.MarkDankof.com. A Lutheran pastor, he has pursued post-graduate
study at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia while serving as a
pastoral chaplain at Lima Estates in Media, Pennsylvania. He also serves as
a correspondent for the Internet news service News and Views.)