Monday, June 24, 2013

ROBOT ALCHEMY (audio track in mp3 format, control click link below & open in a new tab)
Texe Marrs was assistant professor of aerospace studies, teaching American Defense Policy, strategic weapons systems, and related subjects at the University of Texas at Austin from 1977 to 1982. He has also taught international affairs, political science, and psychology for two other universities. A graduate Summa Cum Laude from Park University, Kansas City, Missouri, he earned his Master's degree at North Carolina State University.
All of Transhumanism is the work of charlatans.
It works like all earthly utopias: it promises you a palace, but what it will deliver will be an acre of mud and swamp. Yet, your mind [if you are ever to go on board with this, when it comes about] will be melded with the global, super-computerized Borg, so you won't really notice it.
Your body will be working in some copper mine, yet your brain will be in some collective dream about global unity and paradise. That is, if you're lucky. Yet you probably won't be. Your mind will probably be put in a collective hell, because that is the natural tendency of all collective utopias, even the mental ones: they all descend into debasement and hellishness.
At a certain point, Alex and Texe touch on the point of "eternal life", the main promise of Transhumanism. And extended life WILL indeed come, yet people are in for a very BIG surprise there -- a very BIG one. The best plans of mice and men all come to some interesting ironies and, he who kills by the sword, shall die by the sword. The people who will access the beginnings of "eternal life" will be a minority; a very corrupt minority of mankind, the cream of the corrupt. They will be the ones who will have clawed their way up the ladder, by climbing over the corpses and the suffering of others. At the top of the ladder, they will meet their just, earthly reward -- merely a preview of what's to come for all eternity. Yet, this attempt at eternal life needs to happen, so Prophecy will be fulfilled, when it says that people will try to find death, but will NOT find it -- for a time.
Come out of her my People, while you have the time for it. Be in the world, yet don't participate in its evil. Repentance and righteousness in the eyes of God are the only things that matter in this life. And you want to be on His side for the storm that's coming.
About 7 or 8 minutes into this audio track, things get really interesting.

Sunday, February 17, 2013

WVCDL - WV News anchor gets owned!

Liberals say they want a rational discussion about guns. They DO NOT. They want an emotional panic over false information. Having a rational discussion about guns with a liberal is like talking to a rabid skunk about floriculture and ornamental horticulture.

Friday, February 15, 2013

Friday, February 08, 2013

Obama gets his ‘medicine’ on live TV

At the National Prayer Breakfast, broadcast live on C-SPAN2, Dr. Ben Carson said he didn’t want to “offend” anyone, but his words nonetheless were likely to have made one distinguished guest in attendance – President Barack Obama – squirm in his seat. Carson is director of the pediatric neurosurgery division at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Md. His inspiring story of growing up the son of an illiterate, single black woman to becoming one of America’s most esteemed doctors has been detailed in the book “Gifted Hands” and the movie of the same name. At Thursday’s prayer breakfast, Carson took aim at a number of topics that may have caused the man seated two chairs to his right a bit of indigestion, including class-warfare economics. “Some people say, they say, ‘Well, that’s not fair because it doesn’t hurt the guy who made $10 billion as much as the guy who made 10,’” Carson said. “[But] where does it say you have to hurt the guy? He just put a billion dollars in the pot! “We don’t need to hurt him,” Carson continued. “It’s that kind of thinking that has resulted in 602 banks in the Cayman Islands. That money needs to be back here, building our infrastructure and creating jobs.” On his top-rated radio program, host Rush Limbaugh praised Carson’s speech as “plain English, simple, rational, understandable, straight to the point, minces no words.” “He’s basically saying, ‘Obama, you keep talking wanting to hurt people who’ve already put money in the bank. You hurt the producers. No wonder they take money out of the country,’” Limbaugh summarized. Carson further took aim at the swelling national debt, increasing bureaucracy and political correctness, which he called “dangerous” because it “muzzles” people and “keeps people from discussing important issues while the fabric of their society is being changed.” But it was Carson’s proposal for health-care reform – a completely antithetical approach to the president’s massive health-care overhaul program – that Limbaugh said gave him “a tingly feeling” up his leg. “Here’s my solution,” Dr. Carson said of America’s health-care woes. “When a person is born, give him a birth certificate, an electronic medical record and a health savings account [or HSA] to which money can be contributed – pretax – from the time you’re born ’til the time you die. When you die, you can pass it on to your family members, so that when you’re 85 years old and you got six diseases, you’re not trying to spend up everything. You’re happy to pass it on, and there’s nobody talking about death panels. “And also, for the people who were indigent who don’t have any money,” Carson continued, “we can make contributions to their HSA each month, because we already have this huge pot of money. Instead of sending it to some bureaucracy, let’s put it in their HSAs. Now they have some control over their own health care.” “Dr. Carson said the one thing that Obama and the Democrats do not want to hear,” Limbaugh explained. “In this case, we have an ideal replacement for Obamacare that is much better, that promotes the health-care industry, that promotes cost savings, that promotes competition and it gets everybody covered.” Limbaugh further explained how the finances of Carson’s plan would work: “Eighteen percent of our GDP is health-care spending, and frankly I thought it was higher than that. The federal government currently spends almost 6 percent of GDP on health care. So a third of all health-care spending is by government and growing. So what Dr. Carson’s plan says is, just take that money that’s already in the health-care system that’s coming out of your pocket in form of taxes – Medicare tax, Medicaid tax, income tax, all that – and you keep it instead of sending it to Washington. “We’re already spending this money: We’re giving it to the government. For what?” Limbaugh asked. “Let’s keep it in the hands of people who earned it or who are going to spend it. It’s their money. Let’s not send it to Washington. I’ll tell you the simple rationality of all of this is just profound, folks. It’s just profound. “A guy comes along in 43 seconds and sets out a position based on our principles of individual responsibility and free markets that is a logical solution that makes total sense to everybody who hears it,” Limbaugh concluded. “It’s actually encouraging. Talk about a tingly feeling up your leg. I got it from Dr. Benjamin Carson.” Video of Dr. Carson’s entire speech can be seen on THIS PAGE.

Wednesday, February 06, 2013

The Most Honest Three Minutes In Television History

All these kids are so-o-o damn stupid. Computer: Check. Smart Phone: Check. Latest Fashion: Check. A Mental Grasp on Politics and our Constitution: Umm, what's the Constitution? Is that the thing John Hancock signed?? NO __Crash Lewis Sager Perhaps the most stupid of all are the political science majors. Politically correct MORONS! __C

Sunday, February 03, 2013

Massachusetts State House Firearms Rally_Chinese-Ame...

Massachusetts State House Firearms Rally 1/19/2013_Chinese-American Perspective

This gentleman was kind enough to share his perspective on the second amendment and its importance in keeping us a free society. His perspective is like no other, as he has seen first hand the powerful fist of tyranny when allowed to act with impunity.

Saturday, January 12, 2013

In every case to date, restriction of the right to keep and bear arms has resulted in a rapid rise of violent crime. The criminals become so emboldened that they begin assaulting people in their homes, knowing that the disarmed Citizens do not have guns for self-defense.

Ever wonder about those three commas and why they are in there? Here ya go: 
"A comma is a "a punctuation mark, used especially as a mark of separation within the sentence." There are at least 21 rules that govern the use of commas. Two of these rules can be applied to the sentence structure of the second amendment. Why these two? Simply because the other 19 rules can be eliminated as non-applicable. 

The first comma, and a dual-purpose second comma, separates the non-essential clause "being necessary to the security of a free State." This is considered non-essential since the first statement, "A well regulated Militia," is sufficiently identified. In other words, the separated non-essential clause could be eliminated without changing the meaning of the statement - it only defines or explains the subject.

The second comma, although lending support to separating the non-essential clause, has now become the dreaded "comma splice" that is used in place of the conjunction "and." If not for the need of the comma to help separate the non-essential clause, the word "and" could have been used. How do we know that the second comma has the power of "and?" Simply remove the explanatory non-essential clause. What is left is this:

A well regulated Militia, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

After removing the non-essential clause it is easy to see that the remaining comma must have the power of "and" for no other word or interpretation would make sense. For example, "A well regulated Militia (of/or/but) the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed," is nonsensical. Yet, "A well regulated Militia and the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed," makes grammatical sense.

A well regulated Militia and the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

That's all I have to say 'bout that.