Feb 022011

Bypassing the Obama Kill Switch {RTR} ~ Report from Prison Planet & Mancow…Click image in case you missed it…

Feb 022011

But he is suppose to fix the U.S. economy?!


~ In favor of…

Made in China

~ The TRUTH is revealed…Can you say China=Waiver in Cap & Trade?

Feb 022011

Background of the controversy in case you missed it–Megyn Kelly:Federal Investigation of Planned Parenthood?

Laura-Abortion on Demand

Laura–Investigative Reporting
Liberal-Government Intrusion

Laura-Goverment Funding all in one package
Progressive- Not one penny goes for abortion, in same breath a rape victim needs an abortion

Laura- 14 year old girls go to plan parenthood for abortion
Female-Rape (@ this point Laura calls out her filibuster of propoganda)

Laura gave facts- Jamoo rambled & ignored ALL questions…Laura gets so miffed she JUST signs off…

Ironic I am listening to this trash, posting it & the repeat with it is on FNC right now…lol

Feb 022011

I am JUST stunned Hannity had this creature on, OMG! I have not posted anything from him because he has been my worse fear in the War on Terror for a decade. I can’t trust myself to even speak his name due to all of his controversial ramblings. Do you know he upset me so much I worked on this simple post twice as long?! I give you fair warning if you do not know Choudary take your BP meds NOW! If you do, then I advise you watch NONE of these videos but the last one! ~JP


Response to threats by American Pastor Terry Jones to burn copies of the Koran outside his church, which was in protest over the building of GZM. This piece of crap wants a Caliphate, as you hear in the Hannity interview. He believes in Sharia.

Anjem Choudary and his followers burn the US and British flags outside the US embassy in London on September 11. This was in response to the planned Quran burning in America. “Democracy go to hell” and waving of the black flag of JIHAD. What is the next step? SHARIAH law in the UK and USA?

THIS is how I hear him for my own sanity….and that is saying alot:

Feb 022011

Feb 022011

by Jonathon M. Seidl Thanks to The Blaze

CNN’s Anderson Cooper went from reporter to victim today while covering the latest unrest in Cairo, Egypt. As pro-Mubarak and anti-government protesters clashed in the town’s main square, Cooper and his TV crew got caught in the middle.

The attack — which reportedly was at the hands of Mubarak supporters — was first reported by CNN’s Steve Brusk who tweeted the following:

Cooper himself then took to the airwaves to describe what happened, which included being punched in the face and kicked:

Another CNN reporter, Hala Gorani, reported a narrow escape:


CNN released video taken by Cooper’s crew from inside the attack mob. The network also interviewed Cooper, who admitted he was “frightened”:

This is the full video of the attack:

Feb 022011

This began on Shep’s Show & JUST Piper was on the forefront of breaking it as it unfolded. I was in the middle of posting images from today when it came down and I immediately change the title of the post & was tweeting it.

I also posted video’s:

State TV orders protesters to evacuate Egypt’s Tahrir (Hundreds Injure 3 Dead)

Austin Saad of Egyptian Youth Movement ‘We’re Fighting for our Freedom’

Fresh video of night unrest, tanks & looters in riot-torn Egypt

FRESH: Video of Tahrir Square chaos as stones fly, gunshots heard in Cairo

I try to bring all my friends here, the news as quickly as possible & pride myself on being one of the first, after the original news source, to let you know immediately events occurring in the world and at home. As I was listening to FOX Live, watching FNC and finishing the post with the images, I thought of the irony and was taken back of the striking similarity between Tahrir Square and Tiananmen Square and watching both historic events unfold on television.

I literally filter through hundreds of email alerts, news sources and twitter on a daily basis. Quite often you can visualize me pulling out my hair, posting for this website on my desktop, tweeting on my laptop, eating lunch with FNC blaring in my ears and my newest feline addition mistaking my mouse for a mouse she needs to catch constantly waiver between knocking it down or stepping all over it & modifying my text editor drastically. The frustrations have caused me numerous breakdowns. All in the interest of being ground breaking and doing my part to get the word out.

The myriad of emotions I was experiencing with Shep Smith as we watched the utter sadness unfold was deeply distressing.

As I filtered through my few dozen tabs and text of stories to post in my queue, I came across one last video from The Blaze and this story from by Jonathon M. Seidl . I will give you the highlights from today:

* Several thousand supporters of President Hosni Mubarak, including some riding horses and camels and wielding whips, attacked anti-government protesters Wednesday as Egypt’s upheaval took a dangerous new turn. In scenes of chaos and pitched fighting, the two sides pelted each other with stones, and protesters dragged attackers off their horses.

* Nearly 10,000 protesters massed again in Tahrir on Wednesday morning, rejecting Mubarak’s speech as too little too late and renewing their demands he leave immediately.

* Not long before Shep & I were witnessing the chaos andcollapse, around 3,000 Mubarak supporters break through a human chain of anti-government protesters trying to defend thousands gathered in Tahrir, according to an Associated Press reporter at the scene.

* From there it escalated into outright street battles. The two sides tore up stones from the street and from a nearby construction site and began hurling stones, chunks of concrete and sticks at each, chasing each other as the protesters‘ human chains moved back to try to shield the larger mass of demonstrators at the plaza’s center.

* At one point, a small contingent of pro-Mubarak forces on horseback and camels rushed into the anti-Mubarak crowds, swinging whips and sticks to beat people. Protesters retaliated, dragging some from their mounts, throwing them to the ground and beating their faces bloody. The horses and camels likely were the ones used by touts giving rides for tourists.

Things got very snarky from there, read this account from Jonathon:

Gunfire rang out as some soldiers fired in the air in an attempt to control the crowd. But fighting was unabated. A front-line formed on a street next to the Egyptian Museum – the famed treasury of pharaonic antiquities and mummies – as protesters and government backers, some of whom brandished machetes, hurled projectiles at each other from either side of several abandoned military trucks.

Protesters were seen running with their shirts or faces bloodied. Men and women in the crowd were weeping. Scores of wounded were carried to a makeshift clinic at a mosque near the square and on other side streets. Doctors in white coats rushed about with bags of cotton, mercurochrome and bandages. One man with blood coming out of his eye stumbled into a side-street clinic.

The army troops who have been guarding the square had been keeping the two sides apart earlier in the day, but when the clashes erupted they largely did not intervene. Most took shelter behind or inside the armored vehicles and tanks stationed at the entrances to Tahrir.

Many protesters – who for days have showered the military with love for its neutral stance – now accused the troops had intentionally allowed the attackers into the square. “Hosni has opened the door for these thugs to attack us,” one man with a loudspeaker shouted to the crowds during the fighting.

“These are paid thugs,” another protester, 52-year-old Emad Nafa, said of the attackers. “The army is neglectful. They let them in.”

But the thugs are not content , the gatherings of Mubarak supporters have also taken a harsher tone against journalists and foreigners. Two Associated Press correspondents and several other journalists were roughed up during various such gatherings. As was a FNC reporter. State TV reported Tuesday night that foreigners were caught distributing anti-Mubarak leaflets, apparently trying to depict the movement as foreign-fueled.

The London Telegraph is featuring live updates from reporters. According to those updates, CNN’s Anderson Cooper has become a victim of the violence — violence that may include plain-clothed police joining the pro-Mubarak forces. I will be posting the attack on Anderson separately.

It can all be summed up JUST what the order’s were from Mubarak and his band of thugs by a quote from some anti-Mubarak protesters who argued with soldiers, begging them to help. “Why don’t you protect us?”.

While soldiers replied they did not have orders to do so and told people to go home.

Feb 022011

Ben Livingston on how the US government has manipulated the environment for over four decades, He discusses man made cloud seeding, that started back in the 60’s.

Veteran weather modification expert Ben Livingston is a former Navy Physicist who briefed President Lyndon B. Johnson on the effectiveness of weather control back in the 1960′s during the Vietnam era, when he was involved in cloud seeding programs that worked to slow down the advance of Vietnamese and Korean troops. Livingston asserts that asserts that hurricane control was a national priority of the government more than 40 years ago and that the technology was fully operational to control the weather at the time.

Dr Livingston was assigned in 1966 from the Naval weapons research Laboratory to a marine fighter squadron in Vietnam. Instead of guns, the aircraft under Livingston’s control were fitted with cloud seeding equipment. “My mission was to find clouds and seed them for maximum precipitation value” he stated.

Dr Livingston presents evidence from the Stanford research Institute, who were brought into Project Storm Fury (a weather control program) in the late sixties as a third party, which stated conclusively that knowledge of how to stop hurricanes had been uncovered and that they would be directly liable should a hurricane hit and cause extensive damage and loss of life. Four decades later and Livingston exposes how the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina could have been greatly minimized but was allowed to fully impact Gulf states for political reasons.

Having personally flown on 265 missions into the eyes of hurricanes, Livingston remarks that he was “disgusted” by the failure to lessen the impact of Katrina. Livingston’s revelations that weather control has been a decades long program in which the US government has been deeply involved are particularly alarming given the abundant modern-day evidence of how chemtrails are being used to warp our environment in a secret geoengineering plot that threatens a myriad of unknown human health and ecological consequences.

See my post today:

{HAARP? Georgia Guidestones?} Chicago Paralyzed by Blizzard…

Feb 022011

Feb 022011