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Saturday, February 11, 2012

Vol 08 No 07 Liberty ViewsLetter 02-11-2012

Vol 08 No 07 Liberty ViewsLetter 02-11-2012
Eighth Year, Issue 313
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Congratulations, if you are reading this you have successfully responded to and navigated your way to the Seventh issue of our new Liberty Views Website. The format will be much the same as before. Our major sections will be  LibertyViews Where we present an abbreviation or Quotes From Commentaries from reliable sources with links to the FULL ARTICLE. Starting with the lead article, that we call Your Must Read for the Week. The NewsViews where we will present an abbreviation or Quotes From Liberty significant news articles from very diverse sources with links to the FULL ARTICLE. We will also continue to include  ChallengeViews, WordViews, ReaderViews,  AnnounceViews and Audio/VideoViews. There is another element, least important but most demanding, that being called PersonalViews. Each element is separated by a joke, a quote or some interesting trivia. Please Read on…


Your Must See For The Week Money, Banking, and the Federal Reserve This 41 minute Documentary could change America.
Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson understood "The Monster". But to most Americans today, "Federal Reserve" is just a name on the dollar bill. They have no idea of what the central bank does to the economy, or to their own economic lives; of how and why it was founded and operates; or of the sound money and banking that could end the statism, inflation, and business cycles that the Fed generates.
Dedicated to Murray N. Rothbard, steeped in American history and Austrian economics, and featuring Ron Paul, Joseph Salerno, Hans Hoppe, and Lew Rockwell, this extraordinary documentary is the clearest, most compelling explanation ever offered of the Fed, and why curbing it must be our first priority.
Alan Greenspan was not, we're told, happy about this 1996 blockbuster. Watch it, and you'll understand why. This is economics and history as they are meant to be: fascinating, informative, and motivating. This movie could change America. 

I invite, encourage, entice, influence, pressure, persuade, cajole, coax, plead, request can I demand? Or would a threat of bodily harm move you to read FULL ARTICLE at  This is NECESSARY INFORNATION, making it a MUST SEE. This Documentary exposes our Government’s underhanded tacticts to institute a back door to a National ID Card. GET THE FACTS CONTAINED IMPRINTED ON YOUR MIND.IT COULD BE A MATTER OF LIFE OR DEATH. THEN YOU WILL UNDERSTAND AND BE READY TO PRESENT COGENT INFORMATION ABOUT THIS SUBJECT. READ THE FULL ARTICLE and then FORWARD IT TO EVERYONE ON YOUR E-MAILLIST.
Did ya ever wonder...
* If the cops arrest a mime, does he have the right to be noisy?
* How a fool and his money got together in the first place ?
* If a book about failures doesn't sell, is it a success?
* What do you do if an endangered animal eats an endangered plant?
~ Does your train of thought have a caboose?
PersonalViews. Next Week
Ron Paul for President 2012.
A little boy was taken to the dentist. It was discovered that he had a cavity that would
 have to be filled. "Now, young man," asked the dentist, "what kind of filling would you
 like for that tooth?"

"Chocolate, please," replied the youngster
ChallengeViews Even though this is a group of super heroes, which one does not belong? Spiderman, The Hulk, Batman, Thor, Iron Man, Captain America Nightcrawler. Tqsack was first with: The answer is Batman.  Batman is a DC comics creation.The others are in the Marvel group, Nightcrawler is part of the X_Men.

Bonus from Tqsack: Stan Lee is the brains behind Marvel and he always does a cameo in a Marvel produced film, a little like AlfredHitchcock. 

This Week’s Challenge. At noon and midnight, the hour and minute hands are exactly coincident with each other. How many other times between noon and midnight do the hour and minute hands cross? Send your answer to . Answer posted next week.
Honor your personality flaws for without them you may have no personality at all.
I am an escapee of a political correction facility
A Mormon Leader's Promotion of Peace by Connor Boyack
In October 1946, a high-ranking leader of a large Christian church in America rose to the podium in a tabernacle, during a large conference in which were assembled 7,000 church members, with thousands more listening via radio transmission, and a million more receiving the messages in the weeks and months ahead. His message was scathing – a castigating rebuke of the use of atom bombs just over a year previous. He said, “wholesale destruction of men, women, and children, and cripples, [and] drew from the nation at large a general approval of this fiendish butchery.” He added, “as one American citizen of one hundred thirty millions, as one in one billion population of the world, I protest with all of the energy I possess against this fiendish activity, and as an American citizen, I call upon our government and its agencies to see that these unholy experimentations are stopped.” This man was J. Reuben Clark, a counselor to the President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons), and thus a member of the Church's highest-ranking body. A lawyer by training and a diplomat and statesman by experience, Clark was an ardent advocate of peace. Read the FULL ARTICLE at
And the saddest commentary is that most of us are not happy unless we have something to be unhappy about.

It should be clear that we are suffering from delusions of grammer.
The end results for Ron Paul in Nevada were nearly heartbreakingly disappointing--third behind Gingrich with 18.7 percent, just 6,175 total votes in a very low turnout caucus vote, with more than 10,000 fewer GOP caucus goers than 2008. This was for a campaign and candidate that expected at the least a strong second and, if they continued their pattern of enormous state-by-state increases vs. their vote totals in 2008, maybe even win. See this chart to see what a bizarre outlier Nevada was in terms of Paul improving over 2008:Co to
 An agitated man stormed into the psychiatrist's office, running his hands through his hair, almost in tears. "Doctor, you got to help me, my memory's gone. I can't remember my wife's name. I Can't remember my children's names. I Can't remember what kind of car I drive. I Can't remember where I work. It was all I could do to find my way here."

"I think we can help you" Said the Dr., "You need to answer one question: Do you remember where your check book is?"
The Deception of 0% Interest Rates, High Costs and Capital Destruction by Jim Willie Market Oracle
The interminable extension by the Federal Reserve on the 0% rate into 2014 represents history in the making. It’s adoption is heresy in monetary policy, making it mainstream. Worse, it forces foreign central banks to adopt the same destructive policy in the Competing Currency War. Once upon a time, the highest priests from the central bank would admit in a guiding tone that accommodation on interest rates must be temporary. Nowadays it is engrained in the market mindset and permanent in monetary policy. The chronic 0% means the entire financial and monetary system is totally irreparably broken. The old pendulum where the tilt was toward bonds during recession, then toward stocks during recovery, that is all gone, shattered by the endless financial crisis. FULL ARTICLE at
I am grateful that I am not as judgmental as all those
sanctimonious, self-righteous, hypocritical people around me.

Suicide is the most sincere form of self-criticism.

Audio/VedioViews 254. Ron Paul and the Youth Revolution

Ron Paul talks with Lew Rockwell about who’s resisting the wars, the executive dictatorship, and the fed.

Do you want to know MORE about Dr. Ron Paul????? (See below)
Signs You Have Already Grownup 
~ You don't know what time Taco Bell closes anymore.
~ Your car insurance goes down and your car payments go up.
~ You feed your dog Science Diet instead of McDonald's.
~ Sleeping on the couch makes your back hurt.
~ You no longer take naps from noon to 6 p.m.
~ Dinner and a movie - The whole date instead of the beginning of one.
~ MTV News is no longer your primary source for information.
~ You go to the drugstore for Ibuprofen & antacids, not condoms & pregnancy test kits.
More LibertyViews: Just a headline, a grabber and a link.
It's never too early to finally leave Afghanistan by Brian Doherty Source: Reason
"The original purpose of the Afghanistan war has long been fulfilled. So why are U.S. forces still over there?" (02/08/12)
Four questions about defense spending by James Wilson Downsize DC 02/08/12
The federal budget can never, ever be balanced. If you want the budget balanced, you need to shame the 'Pork Hawks.
Why Mitt Romney doesn’t have a prayer by Theo Anderson  In These Times
Romney’s problem with evangelicals is hardly the fact that he’s a Mormon. His problem is that he isn’t Mormon enough.” (02/07/12)

Worker shortage puts billions of AG production in jeopardy by Cowboy Byte
With spring rapidly approaching, American agriculture industries are increasingly worried about a growing labor shortage. An American Farm Bureau Federation economic analysis concluded that $5 billion to $9 billion in annual production is in jeopardy if the U.S. employee shortage cannot be filled.

A recent University of Georgia report found a projected loss of $391 million last year in the Peach State due to crop rot from labor shortages. Alabama is also experiencing severe economic losses due to labor shortage.  Go to to read the Comments.
Did ya ever wonder...
Why do we put SUITS in a Garment Bag, and put Garments in a Suitcase?
Why isn't phonetic spelled the way it sounds?
Why are there interstate highways in Hawaii?
Why are there flotation devices under plane seats instead of parachutes?
 Do you need a silencer if you are going to shoot a mime?
If 7-11 is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, why are there locks on the doors?
US, Japan in talks to expedite Marines' exit from Okinawa Source: New York Times
"Japan and the United States said Wednesday that they were renegotiating a 2006 agreement in order to expedite the removal of 8,000 Marines from Okinawa. Under the current terms, their departure has been stalled until progress is made on relocating an important Marine air station on the island, a chronic underlying irritant in relations between the two countries." (02/08/12)
On the first day of college, the dean/principal addresses the students pointing out some of the rules.

"The female dormitory will be out-of-bounds for all male students, so too the male dormitory to the female students.

Anybody caught breaking this rule will be fined $20 the first time.
Anybody caught breaking this rule the second time will be fined $60.
Being caught a third time will incur a hefty fine of $180.


To this, a male student in the crowd inquires: "HOW MUCH FOR A SEASON PASS?"
Oil below $99 as US crude demand lags economy ABC News
"Oil prices hovered below $99 a barrel Thursday in Asia as U.S. crude
demand lags the overall improvement in the world's biggest
economy. ... Crude has hovered near $100 for the last few months as
economic indicators, such as better than expected jobs data, suggests
the U.S. economy is strengthening. However, U.S. crude demand has been
slower to pick up." (02/08/12)
Does your intuition make up for your total lack of judgment.

An athestic, dyslexic, insomniac is a guy who lays awake at night
wondering if there really is a DOG!

Watchdog sues FTC over new Google privacy policy Los Angeles Times
"A consumer watchdog has escalated its efforts to block Google from rolling out a controversial new privacy policy that would allow the Internet search giant to harvest more information about its users. But the Electronic Privacy Information Center is not suing Google. Instead, it filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday against the Federal Trade Commission, the agency charged with protecting consumers' privacy on the Web." (02/08/12)
Age Of Mediocrity Signs 
~ On a Hendersonville, NC restaurant: Open. Great food 'til 11 p.m.
~ At the approach to a bridge in Mesa AZ: Stop on White Line When Red
~ In the LA, YMCA: Anyone caught hanging from the rim will be suspended
~ In a fast-food eatery: If your order is not satisfactory, please return the
    product to the counter and we will replace it with a smile
~ Two signs, one over the other in NY: “Planned Parenthood” “Free Delivery”
~ Two signs On a Newton, MA club: “Live Lobsters” “Dancing Nightly”
~ In a pet shop: Large Birds Reduced
~ At a Sandwich Diner: We guarantee fast service no matter how long it takes
More NewsViews Just a headline, a grabber and a link..

Pakistan: US drone strike kills four Source: Agence France-Presse
Two missiles hit the compound located in Miranshah (02/08/12)
Ecuador newspaper columnist seeks US asylum USA Today (02/08/12)
Emilio Palacio, 58, claiming he is the victim of persecution aimed at stifling free expression. (02/08/12)
Twenty-eight more airports will test lower-hassle screening Kansas City Star
"A new passenger screening for eligible passengers, who would no longer have to remove their shoes and belts before they board flights."

Alabama Immigration Law's Opponents Seek Allies In Business Sector Anna Staver Huffington Post 02/07/2012                      "We're asking them to use their influence; we're asking them to their persuasive voice and their impact on the economy to encourage legislators to do the right thing."
Did ya ever wonder...
* Can you be a closet claustrophobic?
* Why people who know the least know it the loudest?
* If a stealth bomber crashes in a forest, will it make a sound?
* If a turtle doesn't have a shell, is he homeless or naked?
* Should vegetarians eat animal crackers?
WordViews by Walt Clark
hubris (HYOO-bruhs) noun: Overbearing pride or presumption; an arrogance usually
 associated with the political realm.
•conceit is a pejorative like hubris in that there is too much self-esteem, but lacks the
 association with politics
•ostentation is a rather harmless pretentious display meant only to impress others
•pride is a positive as hubris is negative. It is a pleasure or satisfaction taken in an
achievement, a possession, or an association
WORD WISE: You may find it interesting that the positive “pride” is held by the
 subject of the word where the negative “hubris” is held by others. It is probably safe to
 assume that one person’s hubris is another person’s pride.
“Pride is the recognition of the fact that you are your own highest value and, like all of
 man’s values, it has to be earned.” 
--From John Gault’s Speech in Atlas Shrugged, by Ayn Rand.
“This is the actor's hubris, to imagine the world possessed of a single, avid eye fixed
 solely and always on him.”
-- John Banville
“There is no safety in unlimited technological hubris” (McGeorge Bundy).

If your Goals require the initiation of force, then reevaluate your Goals.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The Federal Reserve is nothing more than a stooge agency that acts as an ATM machine for the criminal US banking industry.

The artificially low interest rates (ZIRP - or Zero Interest Rate Policy) is merely transferring the wealth of the middle class savers to the criminal banksters. QE (Quantitative Easing) is simply a back-door bailout for the criminal banksters who brought the global economy to it's knees.

You see - they all work together as an organized racketeering syndicate - the pols, the Fed Reserve and the Too Big To Fail banksters. Their goal is to steal your wealth and transfer it to the financial oligarchs. And they have been remarkably successful.

10% of the richest Americans own 90% of the nation's wealth.

The top 10 banks own 77% of the financial markets. There are over 8400 banks in America.

Do you think you're going to solve that problem at the ballot box or by writing to your senator or congressman??

Good luck.