Below is a link to some of the video from the pdamerica.org Leadership Conference recently held in Cleveland, Ohio. I hope you will find it inspiring and motivating. By happenstance, one of the speakers included Daniel Ellsberg - talk about irony!
Hi Thom, Please research and inform the public about an incipient boycott against Target Corp. They are extremely opportunistic and hypocritical because they really push an image with employees and the public of tolerance and generosity. The reality is quite different. They have just become the leading edge in taking advantage of the recent Supreme Court ruling allowing unlimited corporate donations to politicians they like. In this case they have donated $150,000.00 to an extremist republican in Minnesota running for gov. They refuse to give their employ
The United States is illegally occupying the Kingdom of Hawaii......Join this facebook group to help expose the truth.
Thom you were discussing the Well Regulated Militia part of the Second Amendment. This phrase is well defined in the body of the US Constitution. Section 2 Article 2 makes the President of the US Commander in Chief of the Army, Navy, and the Militias of the several States. Section 1 Article 8 give the US Congess the responcibility of funding, directing, and dicipline of the Militias of the several States. In 1903 and 1916 Congress passed the Militia Acts which constructed the National Guard of today.
What's all this about?
i'm sure that i'm not the only one who's a bit frustrated with the so called deomcratic majority of late. so i figured one way that i'd deal with my frustrations is to post random musings on some sort of blog and tell what i would do. i figured i would put it in some sort of stream of conciousness format, so forgive the lack of proofreading and punctuation. i don't think that anyone will actually read these musings but here goes....
By JIM SALTER, Associated Press Writer Jim Salter, Associated Press Writer – 8 mins ago
ST. LOUIS – Heavy storms and scorching temperatures have failed to deter rock bands from performing at an outdoor stadium in St. Louis, but a bombardment of pigeon droppings proved too much for the Kings of Leon.