Thursday, January 31, 2013

Obama Has the Right to Kill Americans?

Special Forces Take On Gun Control

More than 1,100 retired and current Army Special Forces troops, Green Berets, have put their names to a letter that condemns the efforts by Washington politicians to restrict in any manner gun ownership, following the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Their 2,900 word letter has been distributed to media outlets and was originally posted at
According to the post at Professionalsoldiers, “1100 Green Berets Signed this Letter. We have a list of all their names and unlike any MSM outlets we can confirm that over 1100 Green Berets did sign. The list includes Special Forces Major Generals & Special Forces Command Sergeants Major down to the lowest ranking “Green Beret”.”
The letter begins by those citing their oath to ““…support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same.…”
“We have witnessed the insidious and iniquitous effects of tyranny and oppression on people all over the world,” the letter continues. “We and our forebears have embodied and personified our organizational motto, De Oppresso Liber [To Free the Oppressed], for more than a half century as we have fought, shed blood, and died in the pursuit of freedom for the oppressed.”
The letter conveyed the emotions and expression of sympathy from these brave men. “Like you, we are also loving and caring fathers and grandfathers,” the letter reads. “Like you, we have been stunned, horrified, and angered by the tragedies of Columbine, Virginia Tech, Aurora, Fort Hood, and Sandy Hook; and like you, we are searching for solutions to the problem of gun-related crimes in our society. Many of us are educators in our second careers and have a special interest to find a solution to this problem.”

Tuesday, January 29, 2013


15 Alternatives to Gmail

15 Alternatives to Gmail

Allex - December 23rd, 2012

Gmail, for many, has become the go-to email solution due its advanced options, including an integrated chat function and access to other Google features that help you keep up with your Google Plus buddies. Because the service is so feature-packed, some say it is the best out there for both personal and professional use.
But Gmail is definitely not the end-all when it comes to email accounts. There are some others that can give it a run for its money. Don’t believe it? Here are 15 alternatives to Gmail you might want to consider.
1. Bigstring
Have you ever sent an email that you wished you could snatch back before your recipient read it? Bigstring, while maybe not as all-encompassing as Gmail, is an email service that lets you retrieve your emails before they get read, as well as destroy emails, recall and change them. It gives you full control, which is something most people prefer. Also, you can set a limit on the number of times your recipient reads an email. It’s actually a very nice alternative if you don’t need tons of other features.
2. FastMail
FastMail is a free business and personal email service that is growing in popularity. Similar to Gmail, it offers tons of email storage. Also, it gives the option to make instant photo galleries and offers a backup service. Plus, you can open a family account that allows you to manage everyone’s information in one control panel.
3. GMX
The GMX email service is a bit different because it allows you to round up all of your email accounts and build one account in its server. Through GMX, you can access your mail from either your phone or your web browser. Also, you can store up to 5GB in your personal email account with an amazing 50MB per message.
4. Hotmail
Hotmail has been around for ages and is still a major player in the email world thanks to its ever-evolving interface, implemented calendar and backup options. The chatting function may not be as well integrated as the one found on Gmail, but it’s still quite a nice alternative.
5. Hushmail
If you want to keep your emails on the “hush,” or you basically want to keep your emails safe from prying eyes, Hushmail may be a good alternative to Gmail. This service adds PGP encryption to every email that goes out, helping to keep your messages secure. Also, the application works well with Blackberry and iPhone, also offering optional Outlook Integration.
6. iCloud Mail
iCloud Mail is a nice email service from the ever-so-popular Apple that offers ample storage, IMAP and POP access, and a fantastic web application. One thing to note about iCloud, however, is that its interface at doesn’t offer labels or other advanced tools that allow for mail organization like some other services out there.
7. is one of the better alternatives to Gmail because it offers a whopping 5GB of storage, along with a solid interface. What’s cool about this service is that you can access your account via the web or through POP in your email program. The downside? IMAP isn’t supported and some of the tools used for organizing mail could be a bit simpler.
8. Lavabit
Lavabit is a POP3 email provider that offers good email options like ample storage and a massive outgoing message size (64MB). One cool feature is that you get to encrypt your files before sending them across the Internet. Also, Lavabit offers antiviral protection, which is a major bonus.
9. is a relatively advanced email service, offering the basics along with unlimited storage space and spam protection. Also, it has integrated Facebook and Twitter, and provides access to national news stories. One complaint some have is that it isn’t fantastic when it comes to mail organization.
10. Shortmail
If you have grown accustomed to leading a Twitter lifestyle then you might fall in love with this unique email option. Shortmail places emphasis on easy, fast and effective communication by limiting each email to 500 characters per message. Of course, the downside to this type of account is not being able to send longer messages when you’d like. However, longer emails can be forwarded.
11. Thunderbird
If you’re big on email services linked to major search engines, you might like Thunderbird, Mozilla’s answer to Gmail. This easily to install service offers a ton of features, including automatic updates, protection against phishing and spam reduction. Also, the software is open source, which means new add-ons and plug-ins are being created regularly.
12. Windows Live Mail
Windows Live Mail is very much the equivalent of Hotmail. In fact, you can sign into your Hotmail or Windows Live accounts from the same login page. Like Hotmail, this email option gives you access to calendars and chatting options. Also, you can utilize the same SkyDrive online backup storage option.
13. Yahoo Mail
Yahoo Mail is a veteran email service that integrates Yahoo Messenger, a calendar, the latest Yahoo News, and even a function that allows you to send money through PayPal with your mail account. There’s no doubt that it’s a pretty good alternative to consider.
14. Yandex Mail
Yandex Mail isn’t as well-known as some others on the list, but it may be worth a try if you are looking for an alternative. It offers unlimited free storage and an attractive, easy-to-use interface. Also, this service allows you to connect to your other e-mail services like Gmail and Yahoo. Another cool feature is SMS notification to recipients, as well as one that allows you to insert cards and videos.
15. Zoho Mail
The free version of Zoho Mail offers personalized email and instant messaging options that come without advertisements. But what’s really nice about this service is its remote and offline functions, 2-way sync, and mobile sites that are perfectly optimized for both smartphones and tablets.

Monday, January 28, 2013

Show of Force Over Downtown Miami

Are We Preparing for Civil War


Published on Jan 27, 2013
The general public is becoming more distrusting of media, institutions, government. So it should not come as a surprise that citizen journalists around the world are analyzing the official Sandy Hook story to see if it can stand on it's own. Many are finding that the story has many holes, some tell tale signs we have seen before, lack of security footage, change in weapons, sequestering media.
Alex Jones now goes on the record with his thoughts and analysis. He highlights some red flags, shows the CNN track record of faking news reports and working with Military Intelligence.


A man's top 5 reasons to grow up and get married

1. You’ll be richer
2. Would somebody please think of the children!! –
3. You’ll have more sex… A LOT MORE SEX
4. You won’t be such a pathetic sloth
5. Don’t die sick, miserable and alone.

Read all about it here:

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Friday, January 25, 2013

WTF?:William Ayers a keynote speaker at the Association of Teacher Educators

William Ayers a keynote speaker next month at the Association of Teacher Educators conference

January 17, 2013 | 12:34 pm | Modified: January 17, 2013 at 12:40 pm
The Association of Teacher Educators has recruited Chicago professor – and former domestic terrorist – William Ayers to speak at their the 2013 Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia which will be held next month.
William Ayers, a co-founder of the radical Weather Underground domestic terror group, was a key figure during the 2008 presidential campaign due to his Chicago ties to then-Senator Obama.
The organization’s executive director, David Ritchey, confirmed that Ayers would be a keynote speaker at the conference although he admitted that he wasn’t involved in the selection process.
Ritchey added that although Ayers was a controversial figure he had been invited due to his “work in the education field, apart from all the other stuff.”


"Taking on the Gun Lobby" likened to "Defeating the Nazis"

American Idol sued for Racism

Nine black former “American Idol” contestants from various seasons are banding together to sue the show claiming they were all forced off “Idol” as part of a racist (and illegal) plot to boost ratings. TMZ has obtained a letter, submitted to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission by NY attorney James H. Freeman in which he asks for permission to sue Idol and FOX on behalf of his clients who have all appeared on the show:
Corey Clark (Season 2), Jaered Andrews (Season 2), Donnie Williams (Season 3), Terrell Brittenum (Season 5), Derrell Brittenum (Season 5), Thomas Daniels (Season 6), Akron Watson (Season 6), Ju’Not Joyner (Season 8) and Chris Golightly (Season 9).





Published on Dec 5, 2012
From military weapons expos in Jordan to idyllic SoCal beaches, we caught up with some of those who are building and selling unmanned aerial vehicles all over the world, and even convinced a few companies to let us take their flying spy robots for a spin.

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When Did Americans Lose Their British Accents?

There are manymany evolving regional British and American accents, so the terms “British accent” and “American accent” are gross oversimplifications. What a lot of Americans think of as the typical "British accent” is what's called standardized Received Pronunciation (RP), also known as Public School English or BBC English. What most people think of as an "American accent," or most Americans think of as "no accent," is the General American (GenAm) accent, sometimes called a "newscaster accent" or "Network English." Because this is a blog post and not a book, we'll focus on these two general sounds for now and leave the regional accents for another time.
English colonists established their first permanent settlement in the New World at Jamestown, Virginia, in 1607, sounding very much like their countrymen back home. By the time we had recordings of both Americans and Brits some three centuries later (the first audio recording of a human voice was made in 1860), the sounds of English as spoken in the Old World and New World were very different. We're looking at a silent gap of some 300 years, so we can't say exactly when Americans first started to sound noticeably different from the British.
As for the "why," though, one big factor in the divergence of the accents is rhotacism. The General American accent is rhotic and speakers pronounce the r in words such as hard. The BBC-type British accent is non-rhotic, and speakers don't pronounce the r, leaving hard sounding more like hahd. Before and during the American Revolution, the English, both in England and in the colonies, mostly spoke with a rhotic accent. We don't know much more about said accent, though. Various claims about the accents of the Appalachian Mountains, the Outer Banks, the Tidewater region and Virginia's Tangier Island sounding like an uncorrupted Elizabethan-era English accent have been busted as myths by linguists.


Chinese woman bites off son's penis

By Brett Wilkins
Dec 5, 2012
Yibin - A crazed Chinese woman allegedly bit off her nine-year-old son's penis in a Buddhist temple in southwestern Sichuan province.
Shanghai Daily reports that the woman, whose name was not given, attacked her son while in a state of delirium on Sunday in Yibin, 180 miles (290 km) southwest of Chongqing. The boy, identified as a third-grader named Liang Liang, was visiting his mother, who was staying in a Buddhist temple while trying to cure an unspecified mental disorder, when the woman "gnawed his penis" off. Relatives were unable to find the severed organ. After the bizarre attack, which has been attributed to the mother's madness, doctors spent two hours saving the boy's life.
It's been a bad year for penis-biting. In March, a furious father in Shenzhen, China bit off his six-year-old son's penis after the boy refused a request to bite the father's penis. Luckily, doctors were able to reattach the organ. In May, a Sri Lankan woman bit off her lover's penis during a heated quarrel. And in July, a Russian rapist bit off more than he could chew when a would-be victim bit off his manhood during an attempted assault in Novosibirsk. To add insult to injury, the rapist's severed penis was kept by police as evidence to use against him in court.

Sandy Hook Pre Dated Posts

Published on Jan 8, 2013
Can't ignore this information. First was Facebook, now, Twitter, Vimeo, and YouCaring fundraiser sight!
Vimeo Video by Joseph Ametrano Dated Nov. 10, 2012
Twitter presumably Joseph Ametrano's announcing video posted tweeted Nov. 10, 2012
YouCaring fundraiser Dated Dec. 10, 2012 If you look there is another one dated Dec. 14, 2012 that claims the shootings happened on the 15th not the 14th.
Fundraiser for the Families Dec. 10, 2012
Holiday Fundraiser for Newtown Students Dec. 14, 2012

I could be all wrong here but as a webmaster I have no clue how to modify a creation date on a web server to a previous date.


Lord of the Flies

    OOPS! That's a rat. I guess rats 
are drawn to the same thing as flies!

Food Stamp Fight


New Top Brass Litmus Test: Will you fire on American Citizens?

Published on Jan 23, 2013 | The Obama administration is openly escalating its campaign against private gun ownership, and shaking up the top ranks of the military command structure -- but is it also preparing to make war on the American population? According to a person identified as a former senior military official, the answer to that shocking question is yes.

World-renowned educator and human rights activist Jim Garrow says that the source, man regarded as "one of America's foremost military heroes," told him that President Obama is using a new litmus test for "determining who will stay and who must go" among top-ranked military leaders. That test is whether they will fire on US citizens or not. Garrow says that his source made the disclosure in order to "sound the alarm" over the administration's plans.

While Garrow will not yet reveal the identity of the source, it's important to note that Garrow himself is a man of considerable accomplishment. He is the founder of the Bethune Institute, which has established hundreds of schools throughout China. Three years ago, he was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for his work though a group called Pink Pagoda, which combat "gendercide" in China -- that is, the practice of rescuing baby girls who had been abandoned or targeted for infanticide because of the government's one-child policy. He was personally involved in helping to save the lives of more than 50,000 Chinese girls. He joins Gary Franchi on WHDT World News to discuss this new "Litmus Test."

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Thursday, January 24, 2013


Two Naperville mothers were arrested Wednesday, after they tried to block utility workers from installing new smart meters. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Two vocal opponents of Naperville’s initiative to install wireless electric meters on homes were arrested after interfering with the installation process, according to city officials.
Police are accompanying crews this week as they install smart meters at homes that previously sent away installers.
“The previous installation attempts were met with some resistance and we wanted to ensure our employees’ safety,” City Manager Doug Krieger said.,0,6519967.story

Understanding America’s Violent Far-Right

Last November the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point issued a 147-page treatise entitled “Challengers From the Sidelines: Understanding America’s Violent Far-Right” (PDF). Supposed menaces from the right are broken down into three categories, none of which poses a significant terrorist threat: white supremacists (the KKK is not exactly in its heyday), “antifederalists,” and “fundamentalists” (white supremacists who own Bibles). The Introduction has this to say about antifederalists:
The antifederalist rationale is multifaceted, and includes the beliefs that the American political system and its proxies were hijacked by external forces interested in promoting a “New World Order” (NWO) in which the United States will be absorbed into the United Nations or another version of global government. They also espouse strong convictions regarding the federal government, believing it to be corrupt and tyrannical, with a natural tendency to intrude on individuals’ civil and constitutional rights. Finally, they support civil activism, individual freedoms, and self government.
This describes patriots, not terrorists.




New Dog...

I got a new guard dog to guard my house.
He cost a little more than I thought I should pay.
But, I think when word gets out, we'll be a relatively crime-free neighborhood.
The nice part is he is only a year old and already fully trained.
For your safety, you might want to call the house if you're coming over.   

If you delete this without sending it to at least one friend,
you're probably a Democrat.