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From page A8 | January 14, 2013 |

Welcome back, Fairfield. This is my second of three Daily Republic columns about Fox being so wrong about so much, so often. Last week, we saw how Fox botched the call on the presidential election, the Keystone pipeline and the gasoline price spike. This week, we’ll look at Fox’s take on Fast and Furious and the Benghazi attack and see how those stories actually played out.

Fast and Furious was a gun-running program set up by the Arizona branch of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. For background information, simply refer to my June 25 and July 2, 2012, Daily Republic columns, which should be attached to your refrigerator.

Fox entertainers were quick to tag Fast and Furious, “Obama’s Watergate,” because their previous proclamations of Solyndra being “Obama’s Watergate” and the Gulf oil spill being “Obama’s Watergate” never really caught on.

Over the course of the year, Fox News repeatedly presented the theory that Fast and Furious was part of an elaborate Obama scheme to make guns look bad in order to promote gun control laws. After many months, the Republican-led congressional panel investigating Fast and Furious finally came up with their recommendations: fire the four ATF field managers who were responsible for instituting this failed program. Now Fox guests are promoting the idea that the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre was “staged” by President Obama to make guns look bad in order to promote gun control laws. Sandy Hook could be Obama’s Watergate.

September’s Benghazi embassy attack, which resulted in the deaths of four Americans, occurred at the same time as violent protests in Muslim countries over an anti-Islamic video. Fox was quick to blame President Obama for the deaths and, since there was some initial confusion about the attack, they took a giant mental leap, declaring he was trying to cover-up the incident.

“This is gonna go down as the biggest cover-up in history,” said Republican Sen. James Inhofe on Fox News. “The administration deliberately covered this up and misrepresented what happened in Benghazi.” This Fox story headlined show after show, from September through December.

In my Oct. 22, 2012, Daily Republic column, “Romney does the Benghazi shuffle,” I listed 26 U.S. embassy attacks during the terms of the past five presidents. I can’t recall any other president ever being blamed for any embassy attack or accused of trying to cover them up.

This Fox cover-up storyline was killed when congressional investigators released their findings. On page A9 of your Jan. 1, 2013, Daily Republic, The Associated Press reported: “The FBI, CIA and other intelligence agencies – but not the White House – made major changes in talking points that led to the Obama administration’s confusing explanations of the attack on U.S. diplomatic facilities in Benghazi, Libya, a Senate report concluded Monday.”

Disturbingly, Obama’s cover-up still exists in a zombie-like state on Fox. Contrary to their all-seeing, all-knowing pundits, Hillary Clinton’s fake blood clot was real and Ambassador Susan Rice did not lie. Too bad Fox gutted her career for its entertainment value.

Fox does a great job of entertaining their right-wing viewers, but that is driven by their real goal of providing a large, gullible audience to eager advertisers. Unfortunately, many naive Fox viewers become enthralled with the performances and believe what they hear. It takes mere seconds for Fox’s entertainers to birth a lie, but as we’ve seen, often months to kill. Today’s hot Fox rumor rates page one in newspapers and on talk-radio and newscasts, but when yesterday’s scintillating headline turns to cold, hard facts and starts to stink, it typically ends up being buried six feet under, like on page A9.

Next week: Is Fox News hazardous to your health?

Mike Kirchubel grew up in Fairfield and is the author of “Vile Acts of Evil – Banking in America.” He can be reached at mikirch@comcast.net.

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  • rlw895January 14, 2013 - 2:09 am

    I’m going to take off of a comment I made to a recent Thomas Elias piece (on the influence of money in elections). One of the great thinkers of the European Enlightenment who most influenced our Founders was Charles Louis de Secondat, or the Baron de Montesquieu. He believed that for a republic to be successful, the people of the republic had to cultivate what he called "virtue." And he was right. He didn't mean what we call virtue today, but rather the virtue that is the root of "virtuosity;" Aristotelian virtue of "excellence in being human." And this column gives us an example of why that's true. We are assaulted by all sorts of information sources, many of which are commercial, meaning they are competing for market share; i.e., money. Conveying “fair and balanced” information is not the primary motivator. It takes a virtuous public to see through the haze. Virtue prevailed in the last election. If we lose our virtue, we will eventually lose our republic. If we let money rule, we will get not a republic that represents the interests of the people, but a plutocracy that represents the interests of an unvirtuous (i.e., anti-republic) moneyed class.

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  • G-ManJanuary 14, 2013 - 2:36 am

    It really galls Kirchubel that FOX is so powerful and has such a large viewership..and so it will stay..because thinking people(you can stop reading here Kirchubelle) want to hear opposing views..and not be spoon fed pablum crap like Kirchey's lame missives...As for the election..well I hope Conservatives have learned...NEVER underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups.

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  • G-ManJanuary 14, 2013 - 2:44 am

    And Kirchubelle as for Benghazi..Our people were watching the raid on the Consulate in real time vis a vis a drone..they saw what was happening and totally lied about what they saw to the American people...Red Cross checks out..British Consulate checks out..several previous acts of violence toward our Consulate in the weeks leading up to the fatal attack..and last but not least Consulate personnel predicting just days before in emails to DC on how they were going to die?...Kirchubel is one dim bulb

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  • G-ManJanuary 14, 2013 - 3:23 am

    Kirchubnel is betting ( and with this crowd his money's safe)..that you're naïve enough to believe that Susan Rice went on 5 talk shows and lied about Benghazi and the White House didn't know..oh my!!,, the FBI and the CIA confused poor little Barack and he didn't have whole story..Please..save it for bedtime stories..WEEKS after the attack with everybody acknowledging it was outright terror attacks plain and simple..B-Ball and Pantsuits were still talking about some offensive video as the cause...

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  • Mike KirchubelJanuary 14, 2013 - 10:17 am

    From Larry Womack's article: "On Oct. 24, CBS news ran a story about the Benghazi attack. Ironically enough, its focus was a special response team that was dispatched from Europe -- but never made it -- to the CIA building where embassy personnel, Libyan police and backup from Tripoli had taken up shelter. We have come to believe that it was a CIA building not from that story but because Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah,) told the whole world as much live on C-SPAN while his Republican colleagues coolly tried to carry on exploiting the tragedy for political gain without revealing that inconvenient -- and quite classified -- truth. And we know that other backup had arrived because, unlike people who create these graphics, you and I read the news and have decided to acquaint ourselves with the horrific chain of events before firing up Photoshop. The story concluded with the following: Meanwhile, CBS News correspondent Margaret Brennan reports that the FBI and State Department have reviewed video from security cameras that captured the attack on the consulate. The audio feed of the attack was being monitored in real time in Washington by diplomatic security official Charlene Lamb. CBS News has learned that video of the assault was recovered 20 days later from the more than 10 security cameras at the compound. The government security camera footage of the attack was in the possession of local Libyans until the week of Oct. 1. The video will be among the evidence that the State Department's review board will analyze to determine who carried out the assault. Forbes' Larry Bell rather quickly managed to twist that into: Just one hour after the seven-hour-long terrorist attacks upon the U.S. consulate in Benghazi began, our commander-in-chief, vice president, secretary of defense and their national security team gathered together in the Oval Office listening to phone calls from American defenders desperately under siege and watching real-time video of developments from a drone circling over the site. Yet they sent no military aid that might have intervened in time to save lives. Now, that... that takes some Olympic-quality mental gymnastics. There's a lot going on there, really. Just layer upon layer of error. We see varied waves and sources of backup including military presented as "no military aid," a live audio feed conflated with video obtained twenty days later and Charlene Lamb starring as "our commander-in-chief, vice president, secretary of defense and their national security team." Wow, that Charlene must be one hell of a lady! She's the president, half the cabinet and can see with her ears! An alternative (and more disappointing,) explanation is that Forbes has no editorial or ethical standards as a publisher and Larry Bell strives to one day add a particularly pungent stench to Hell. It's all pretty ballsy, considering the headline of the source story was, "U.S. military poised for rescue in Benghazi." Funny story: Bell accounts for that headline in a similarly creative fashion, later in his piece. You see, CBS reports that, "A team of American military commandos was sent from Europe to an airfield at Sigonella, in Sicily, Italy, putting them at least an hour's flight away from Benghazi... But U.S. officials say it did not arrive in Sicily until after the attack was over." Bell reinterprets that to mean that forces were, "480 miles away at the U.S. military base in Sigonella, Sicily, but were never dispatched." On their way from elsewhere but too late, stationed there and never dispatched? Why that's just "to-may-to, to-mah-to" over at Forbes! How do I know that the CBS piece provided the raw material for the jumble of lies that was Bell's rant, you ask? Because he tells us so, explicitly, in said rant. "CBS News has reported," he wrote, "that a series of email alerts received late Tuesday evening provides additional information that was known by Obama administration officials shortly after the attack commenced." Those cables are the basis of the story, "U.S. military poised for rescue in Benghazi," which contained the three paragraphs wildly remixed into Bell's claims. (Close observers will note that the time stamp at Forbes is earlier than the CBS link I have provided. I feel it is safe to assume that that has to do with a re-publication or difference in publication time zones, rather than Mr. Bell's mad fortune telling skills.) He also acknowledges that ABC had obtained the cables separately, but presents CBS as his primary source. On the topic of citing sources, here's another fun fact: the man behind this insane jumble of lies or buffoonish misreadings is a professor at the University of Houston and bona fide climate change denier! To be fair, the CBS story cannot be the entire basis for Bell's outlandish claims. The existence of drone footage of the final hour of the assault, also recovered later, is absurdly misrepresented as the source of the "live video." You know, just to make things sound really hush-hush and super villain-y."

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  • G-ManJanuary 14, 2013 - 10:59 am

    Well ain't Kirchubel the little junior National Security Advisor...You have the British and Red Cross leave..you know there's been previous assaults on the Consuate..the people@ the Consulate tell you they need more security..along comes 9/11 always a dangerous day in the Sunny Clime..and you talk about a response team in Sicily????...the obama administration was reactive on this when they should have been proactive...it's not even "hindsight is 20/20...We were warned over and over by events by other governments,by org4. Like the Red Cross..and finally by the very people who are now dead...

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  • rlw895January 14, 2013 - 2:56 pm

    Mike: I assume that quick composition of fiction in Forbes was BEFORE the election, right? That's why it had to be quick. Now that the election is over, the coverup is not Obama's, but the liars'. This issue will peter out with level-headed and thorough investigation, if anyone is still interested, and it's getting to the point that they're not. It's not as fast as I expected, but the Republicans in congress are trying to put a patina of legitimacy on the theories before they move on. Obama did all he could do, as far as I can tell so far. He didn't let people die. And Stevens didn't knowingly step into a death trap. He clearly underestimated the security risks. Sad. Sounds like he was a really good guy.

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  • G-ManJanuary 14, 2013 - 3:29 am

    It wasn't virtue that won the last election ..it was the handing out of free stuff...So what won the 2012 mid terms?..virtue?..I'd say righteous indignation over Republic destroying liberalism...

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  • G-ManJanuary 14, 2013 - 3:31 am

    It wasn't virtue that won the last election ..it was the handing out of free stuff...So wmhat won the 2012 mid terms?..virtue?..I'd say righteous indignation over Republic destroying liberalism......make that 2010 mid terms

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  • rlw895January 14, 2013 - 11:18 pm

    That's the Republican mythology. It’s all they’ve got now. And it will never die among the unvirtuous because it’s impossible to prove a negative, and some people WANT to believe what’s not true. We were at risk of losing the Republic in 2012, but virtue prevailed. People saw the mistake they made in 2010, and there was also a different electorate turning out in 2012. 2010 was a result of a number of factors, complacency, a deep economic hole, a letdown from 2008’s euphoria, and racism. Only eight seats turning over in the House was a result of gerrymandering in Republican dominated states. Where gerrymandering wasn’t a factor—the Senate and the presidency—it was a rout.

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  • CD BrooksJanuary 14, 2013 - 6:58 am

    I like to believe there were many of us on this site trying to educate those FOX-hounds against the ever present FOX-isms. I used the term jabberwockies and explained their inability to put together an unedited piece of honest news. Limbaugh, Hannity and Beck ran roughshod over the airwaves distributing unabashed lies and “Journalistic integrity” never suffered so greatly. The GOP jumped on that bandwagon and rode it right into the ground. The final tally was stunning, they misinterpreted the signs so the shock and awe remain and confusion abounds in the Republican Party. I expect the mid terms will polish off the last of the Conservatives and then FOX and their vast list of sheep-like sleepwalking followers will have to regroup and step up to the 21st century. Keep trying Mike, 2014 will change the Congressional landscape and it will become a Democrat’s “topiary wonderland!”

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  • CD BrooksJanuary 14, 2013 - 7:30 am

    Having said all that, whether or not my thoughts turn into reality, I hope the new collection of political power will wield it wisely and provide Americans with peace, a better and more comfortable tax structure for all, adjustments to archaic laws that are cost prohibitive and frankly unenforceable, then reassess the regulatory madness that prevents proper growth and job creation.

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  • G-ManJanuary 14, 2013 - 10:51 am

    Regulatory madness?..if you'd care to look you'd see that obama is the Regent of Regulations..instituting more than any president in this country's history..A topiary wonderland?..of Democrats?..I think someone has been out in the garden too long.

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  • CD BrooksJanuary 14, 2013 - 11:31 am

    Good morning G-man #1! Hope life is good in PA and your continued support for a dwindling political has-been doesn’t influence your otherwise sunny nature, wittiness and sense of humor? Have a great day! ;)

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  • G-ManJanuary 14, 2013 - 11:48 am

    Morning CD..life's good anywhere above ground...the Keystoned ;') State is no different..except for the weather...65 in mid January??...But I've been told we'll pay dearly for the balm w/one of the coldest Februarys on record...did you see what's happening in Asia,Russia and Eastern and spreading to Western Europe?..I talked to a friend in Maidenhead England (Windsor) and she said 4 degrees...and that's coming to our Eastern Seaboard eventually...Global Warming?...

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  • G-ManJanuary 14, 2013 - 2:13 pm

    Support for a political has been?..You're mistaken..I don't support obama at all...but all kidding aside..that dwindling support you talk of could be called something called "Loyalty"...but not to a man,not to a party..but to the ideals of our Republic..I thought the Republicans stepped in every hole and took every morsel of bait that the Dems laid before them..It was pathetic..Perhaps the GOP will improve..but I still believe Romney is a great man and would have made an even greater president..the section we're posting on is called OPINION after all right?

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  • G-ManJanuary 14, 2013 - 11:18 am

    You wouldn't have known about that Marine chained to a bed in a Mexican jail if it wasn't for FOX...What is the harm in having opposing views or breaking stories that the liberal media won't touch?..You libbys out there know how to change channels right?..It's a turn on for me to see how afraid you all are of the big bad FOX

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  • Colorado JoeJanuary 14, 2013 - 8:15 am

    The fact that the Fast & Furious investigation never "convicted" Obama & Holder is hardly grounds for celebration. Al Capone would never have been convicted if he had the privilege to pick and choose which documents he would turn over and which he would conceal. The congressional investigation never received the great majority of documents requested and even the DOJ Inspector General complained that he never received documents and was not allowed to interview certain individuals. What both investigations did reveal was that Fast & Furious was never intended to be any sort of legitimate law enforcement operation. They only watched guns illegally purchased go across the border and then waited for police to recover them from crime scenes just to compile statistics on how guns move through Mexico. Nothing was "botched" it accomplished all it was ever intended to do. It was a totally criminal conspiracy to violate US and Mexican law with a wanton disregard for the safety of people those agents are sworn to protect. Firing, which mostly didn't even happen, is no punishment for crimes committed under cover of authority and the fact that Obama and Holder skated is no cause for joy.

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  • Mike KirchubelJanuary 14, 2013 - 8:40 am

    C.J., there is no celebration here, only a warning about believing what you hear and read. If you thought this was a celebration, you need to step away from your TV and get some fresh air.

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  • Mike KirchubelJanuary 14, 2013 - 9:15 am

    That's it? One drunk guy complaining because it's 3 AM and the bars are closed in PA and someone else who thinks I am celebrating? Surely one of you faithful Fox viewers will pick up their filthy, tattered flag from the mud and defend their "honor." Otherwise, I'll use that old sales trick and assume, by your silence, that you all agree with me.

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  • richJanuary 14, 2013 - 10:19 am

    Kirchebel--go watch boring and foreign media dominated CNN if you hate Fox news so much. Mikey loves watching foreigners bad mouth the USA so he tunes in to watch Zakarhea or Piers Morgan burn the flag and shred the Constitution every night.

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  • G-ManJanuary 14, 2013 - 11:13 am

    Not to worry I have a bar @ home...And It wasn't I who said Kirchubel was celebrating..celebrating?..Have you see his picture?...guy looks like his face was set on fire and someone tried to put it out wearing golf spikes...Never silence from me..unlike you Kirchubel who has never answered dozens of counters and challenges over the years...

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  • G-ManJanuary 14, 2013 - 11:05 am

    Some rare good advice from "the shirt"..and one would do well to take it...if you have the stomach for reading "THE BIG PICTURE"

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  • rlw895January 14, 2013 - 10:15 am

    To anyone who relies on one independent source of information, I say, trust but verify, and if you can't verify, don't trust so much. That's what it means to be virtuous in the sense I'm using it.

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  • G-ManJanuary 14, 2013 - 11:40 am

    Just a general shout out to one and all to say thank you to the person from this site that sent me the beautiful Coffee Table Book on Pittsburgh,the Gestapo Book and the little Bear charm(what? No Elephants?)..I sent a thank you note..but the gifter put a fake return address on the Fed Ex pkg...too bad.. I think you would have gotten a kick outa my stationary.

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  • rich giddensJanuary 14, 2013 - 3:46 pm

    CNN and MSNBC have viewer ratings that are in the toilet. Their show hosts are distinctly foreign, communist, islamist and alien to most Americans. That doesn't matter to Kirchubel who is a big advocate of socialism and anti-Americanism---exactly the sort of thing CNN and the government of treason promotes. Kirchubel likes it, Americans don't.

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  • JerryJanuary 14, 2013 - 6:18 pm

    Really? Do You Really Believe What Your Saying? Instead Of Writing About How Bad Fox Is, How About Writing To Fox And Challenging Their Reporting? Then Put The Two Together And Let The People Make There Decision Instead Of Making Up The People Of Fairfields Mind? Just My Thought

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  • Mike kirchubelJanuary 14, 2013 - 7:10 pm

    Im guessing you didnt actually read the articles. I provide many examples for your enjoyment. Im also sure that fox will let me know if i said anything that was Not true.

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  • StRJanuary 14, 2013 - 7:36 pm

    What else does the Giant like for Breakfast?........Swedish Tea Ring,.. German Strudel,.. French Toast,..English Muffins,.. Spainish Omelet,.. Scotch Eggs,.. Eggs Benedict (w/Hollanderaise sauce, extra yummy!),..Norwegian Finn and Haddie,..Canadian Bacon.. "Pop" Overs,.. Pam Cakes, AND LAST the Jack in the Beanstalk Giant likes most of all........Belgian Waffles w/Whipped Spleen and Blue Barry -(a la Eberling)!

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  • StRJanuary 14, 2013 - 7:49 pm

    When the Giant prepares Mack n Ronnie w/cheese, what kind of pasta does he use?.......Anyone.....Anyone? [This is disarmingly simple]

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  • StRJanuary 15, 2013 - 6:55 pm

    Answer is Elbow macaroni

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  • StRJanuary 16, 2013 - 10:08 pm

    I do declare, that there are some Charming Cartoonists out there.

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  • Today Monday on InfowarsJanuary 14, 2013 - 8:01 pm

    wwwinfowarscom.....On the Monday, January 14, edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex talks with the “Obama Phone Lady” who was featured in a music video that went viral on the internet. Alex also covers the escalating threat posed to the Second Amendment by Democrats in Congress and the Obama administration as New York's Chuck Schumer calls for stores to voluntarily stop selling firearms. He also talks about the refusal of CNN host Piers Morgan to engage in a second debate over the Second Amendment and covers other important news of the day. Go to the website and check this out.....Gladio Black Ops Didn’t End with Cold War

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  • SavetheRepublic -- Oh Goody!January 14, 2013 - 8:17 pm

    Just a quick reminder about our meeting this coming Wednesday evening, January 16 @ 6:00pm at Pietro's No. 2 on Merchant St. in BEAUTIFUL downtown Vacaville. We are excited to welcome Mark Meckler as our guest speaker. Co-founder of Tea Party Patriots, and now president of Citizens for Self-Governance, he is an inspiration to all who strive to return our country to its founding principles. Bring a friend, neighbor, or family member and get energized for the important work that lies ahead of us. Mike you should come meet this guy, I will protect you!

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  • MRCJanuary 14, 2013 - 8:39 pm

    Alright Mr. K please enlighten us. Who are the "Fox guests" that you claim "are promoting the idea that the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre was "staged" by President Obama". On what day and show was it on? Surely you have the transcripts and can verify. Good luck.

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  • Mike KirchubelJanuary 15, 2013 - 9:13 am

    What? your Google broke? Try this: Obama staged sandy hook - I know it may be difficult for you, but think of it as a learning experience.

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  • MRCJanuary 16, 2013 - 5:40 pm

    My Google works fine. I'm asking you to back up your statement by directly and specifically answering my questions, no spin. I have no interest spending my time trying to connect your dots. If you won't answer I'll have to assume that all of the rest of your statements can not be backed up and are not worth any consideration either. I thought I recall you asking for people to respond to your column in this format. Well I did and the ball is in your court now.

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  • Tom ChalkJanuary 16, 2013 - 6:29 pm

    MRC: Good comment. You have pinpointed the problem faced by responders to Mr. Kirchubel's spin/tap-dance-around-the- facts or outright lie editorial style. Life is too short to muck around with folks like this. This web site has become a great, big joke lately. Unfortunately, Kirchubel's rants are not the only problem here, but the libs are feeling their oats now that Obama has been re-elected, and we must pay the price for the sins of an ignorant/selfish/deluded electorate in concert with a failed GOP leadership.

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  • Mike KirchubelJanuary 17, 2013 - 12:59 am

    googling: obama sandy hook fox news About 5,270,000 results (0.39 seconds) Search Results Professor Says Obama Staged Sandy Hook Massacre - Fox Nation ... nation.foxnews.com/sandy-hook/.../professor-says-obama-staged-san... Jan 8, 2013 – A communication professor known for conspiracy theories has stirred controversary at Florida Atlantic University with claims that last month's ... Sandy Hook conspiracy theory tests limits of free speech | Fox News ... video.foxnews.com/v/2093892454001/sandy-hook-conspiracy-theory-tests-limits-of-free-speech/New3 days ago Sandy Hook conspiracy theory tests limits of free speech ... The impact of President Obama's executive ... Sandy Hook community leader rips Florida professor ... - Fox News www.foxnews.com/.../florida-professor-questions-newtown... by Joshua Rhett Miller - More by Joshua Rhett Miller Jan 9, 2013 – FoxNews.com. A Florida college professor who blogged that the Sandy Hook school massacre may have been staged — or didn't happen at all ... professor Says Obama Staged Sandy Hook Massacre - Fox/Sun ... littlegreenfootballs.com/.../292485_Professor_Says_Obama_Staged_... Jan 8, 2013 – Professor Says Obama Staged Sandy Hook Massacre - Fox/Sun-Sentinel. Fox pushes nutty Conspiracy Theory: Obama Staged the Sandy ... man who helped Sandy Hook kids is harassed by ... - Yahoo! News news.yahoo.com/.../gene-rosen-sandy-hook-conspiracy-15... Fox News Insider | The Official Live Blog of Fox News Channel foxnewsinsider.com/ 5 hours ago – Fox News contributor Monica Crowley weighed in on America Live, telling Megyn .... of letters from several children, who accompanied him on stage. ... As President Obama said following the Sandy Hook Elementary School ... etc. times 5 million more.

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  • MRCJanuary 19, 2013 - 7:28 pm

    Thanks for the link Mike. I will repost it (video.foxnews.com/v/2093892454001/sandy-hook-conspiracy-theory-tests-limits-of-free-speech) so that anyone that is not too drunk on your kool-aid can watch for themselves and see just how you create the spin for your column. Your column insinuates that Fox News somehow buys into a guest “ promoting the idea that the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre was “staged” by President Obama to make guns look bad in order to promote gun control laws”. The clip is actually about how Fox News feels that the nut job professor in question should be fired for his comments. Your column use to make me feel the need to respond to your rants but now that it is obvious that what you write has little to do with fact and more just Mike’s own little world, there is no need to waste my time. The only argument that you have for those that disagree with you is to intentionally misrepresent their position. Talk about the pot calling the kettle black. You are pathetic.

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  • THE SHOOTINGS ARE PSYOPSJanuary 19, 2013 - 7:50 pm

    But then so was the Oklahoma Federal Buidling - Clinton Administration, 911 Was an inside job - Bush Administration. If Mitt Romney had been elected we would probably still have had the same staged Psyops shootings, only then the Tea Party Ect...might have laid down better for the gun control because it would have been a Republican Administration. The Republicans in the House and Senate had better stand up against Daine Feinstein and any Executive Order from President Obama....in a way I hope he does issue Exectutive Oders, we could use this as grounds for Impeachment...sadly then Hello President Biden. REMEMBER REPUBLICAN OR DEMOCRAT BOTH PARTIES ARE OWNED AT THE TOP BY THE ILLUMINATI INTERNATIONAL BANKERS SO PARTY ON DUDES AND DUDETTS, Go back to sleep, everything will be all right your choosen "Party" will save you.

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  • Tom ChalkJanuary 19, 2013 - 7:52 pm

    MRC: I will once again try to post my strong agreement with your analysis if how Mr. Kirchubel operates on these web pages (and in his editorial column). I tried a few days ago to do this, but for some reason my post evaporated into the ether. The Fox/school massacre/Obama collusion accusation by MK is just the latest example of his spin, and outright falsification of the facts, when necessary to paint his twisted view of the way Fox and any other conservative voice presents their case. I had pretty much decided to avoid this toxic website from now on, but seeing your latest post made me break my resolve.

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  • Mr. Chalk....If you have the TIMEJanuary 19, 2013 - 9:09 pm

    Please feel free to tick off your answers to my "Dating Game".

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  • Mike KirchubelJanuary 20, 2013 - 11:35 am

    I knew you would like that one in particular. That's why I said "Fox guests." I mentioned this video off-line to another person who contacted me directly using my email and the point I made, which I'm sure would be lost on you, was that Fox, by presenting this theory, even if they said they disagreed with it, still is presenting it to ten million new viewers. George Lakoff's Book, "Don't think of a elephant" presents this tactic very well. If I told you NOT to think of an elephant, what are you thinking about? An elephant. If Fox hadn't mentioned this guy's idiotic theory in the first place, there would be ten million fewer people thinking about it. They can push their core propaganda of bashing Obama, even while saying they don't agree with the idiot, because ten million more people are thinking about this theory.

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  • Mike KirchubelJanuary 20, 2013 - 11:49 am

    Trying, again to post this. I knew you would like that particulat link. I had an off-line conversation about that one with another person who contacted me via my email. The point was that Fox can push their agenda of providing anti-Obama propaganda even while saying they don't agree with this guys flaky theory. By presenting this theory and then saying they don't agree with it, they are still preneting it to ten million new viewers who would not have heard of it in the first place. Please read George Lakoff's "Don't think of an elephant" for more background. By the way, that's why I said "Fox guests," and not "Fox."

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  • Tom ChalkJanuary 20, 2013 - 12:49 pm

    MK: In your original POST here, you accused Fox of pushing the theory that Obama was behind the massacre. Not a guest on Fox. Then you waffled. Then you implied Fox agreed with the guest's point of view. Now you say Fox is pretending to diasagree with the guest, while secretly hoping a gullible public will believe it. I believe you have a future at MSNBC. That's what I believe.

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  • Mike kirchubelJanuary 20, 2013 - 5:53 pm

    Tom, what are you talking about? I realize i cant ever penetrate your bubble, but please dont just make stuff up And pretend its true. Not everybody is as gullible as you may think.

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  • Tom ChalkJanuary 20, 2013 - 6:23 pm

    Mike: I can not validate my claim after the fact, so I will have to back off on what I said and apologize. Having said that, however, you can be assured that I do not make stuff up (i.e., lie) or try to fool people. I will leave that to some others on this site. You do understand, don't you, that your attempt to slime Fox News by association is readily transparent to all of us? Even if you did slide the term "guest" into your editorial. Your follow-ups to posters on this site are largely absent that clarifying term, resulting in your final lame accusation that Fox purposely put that fraudulent guest on the air hoping to trick their viewers.

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  • Why Fox put the guest on the Air?January 20, 2013 - 6:39 pm

    Now maybe Mr. Obama did not personally plan the Sandy Hook PsyOp, but somewhere in the Government Black Propaganda Matrix some high level operative did. The Guest was getting noticed so they set out to denounce him and to feed the public again the line that this is a nut, a conspiracy, go home no show here, do not pay attention to this info, IT IS DAMAGE CONTROL. Sandy Hook was a PsyOps. Also when we get into again arguing Dem vs Repub it distracts from the real info...which is Sandy Hook was a PsyOp, and who did it and why (Why = gun control, part of advancing the Illuminati plan for the NWO) You know though they can play this so many different ways, if they do not get the guns, they can still set off Helter Skelter PsyOps such as Black against White against Hispanic or just whenever a food shortage hits we will all be armed and will be doing the Depopluation for the Illuminati in that we will be shooting and killing each other off. BUT I think it is better to keep the Guns. Also what happens in a crisis, you might actually need the gun to hunt for food, or to protect yourself from gangs, or in a true deep crisis there will not be enough food to feed pets, we will have to be shooting stray dogs ect...Think Mad Max Time. Anyway If Senator Feinstein is for gun control then I am against it.

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  • We need to resist the power structureJanuary 20, 2013 - 6:45 pm

    That is at the top, both Democrat and Republican because really they are the same and ultimatly have the same NWO New World Order goals, think of it as a Tag Team.

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  • So MRC and/or Mr. Chalk a ?January 20, 2013 - 6:51 pm

    Do you think Sandy Hook could be a Government PsyOp?

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  • Mr. Chalk another question 4 U...January 20, 2013 - 7:15 pm

    Are you familiar w/the The Hegelian Dialectic which is basically Problem -- Reaction -- Solution. Google...Illuminati Hegelian Dialectic. THEY create a problem = School Shootings.....Reaction THEY get everyone righteously upset.....Solution THEY propose Gun Control laws and confiscations which was the NWO goal all along.

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  • ?Forward to this Book by.....January 20, 2013 - 12:55 pm

    Howard Dean....Google...Karl Rove, Howard Dean joke and debate foreign, domestic policy dukechronicle.com....Quote...In the evening before the final presidential debate, Karl Rove—political analyst and former senior advisor to former President George W. Bush—debated Howard Dean—former governor of Vermont and former Democratic National Committee Chairman—on the effects of the 2012 Presidential Election on America’s role in global politics in a fully packed Page Auditorium....... Rove had originally been slated to debate Robert Gibbs, President Barack Obama’s campaign advisor and former White House Press Secretary, but because Gibbs was unable to attend, Dean replaced him........... Moderating the debate was political science professor Peter Feaver, director of the American Grand Strategy program, which sponsored the event. Feaver joked that, had they not gotten Dean to fill in last minute, he would have had to “pull a Clint Eastwood” and have Rove debate an empty chair........ Unlike the night’s more pugnacious presidential debate, Rove and Dean’s camaraderie and banter caused their debate to resemble a conversation between friends with opposing political viewpoints. When Feaver asked Rove and Dean to introduce each other, for example, both debaters plied one another with backhanded compliments........... During Rove’s introduction, he poked fun about various moments throughout Dean’s political career. Rove described how Dean supported Republican presidential candidate Barry Goldwater in 1964 “and then went downhill from there.” He also joked about a later Democratic Convention in which Dean “drank with Kennedy people but voted with the Carter people.”.......... Despite these comments, Rove sincerely commended Dean for being a “fervent advocate for the things he believes in” and for his long service as governor of Vermont...........Michael...Michael...Michael...They (the Illuminati) attack us from SO MANY angles. Howard Dean is EVIL also. The point to going Socialist/Progressive is CONTROL CONTROL CONTROL, no better than the Corrupted Captitalist Banker Establishment. We are attached from the top "Rich" Corporate Class and from the Bottom by the Socialist/Dem class that wants a totally dependent Welfare state. I still think your book is good in how it criticizes the Federal Reserve.

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  • From Wikipedia...George LakoffJanuary 20, 2013 - 1:11 pm

    George Lakoff....One of his political works, Don't Think of an Elephant! Know Your Values and Frame the Debate, self-labeled as "the Essential Guide for Progressives", was published in September 2004 and features a foreword by former Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean.....Posters Note...THE REALLY SCARY THING IS THAT NO ONE GETS TO THE NATIONAL DEBATE STAGE WITH OUT THE ILLUMINATI OK-ING IT......... This includes people like Huckabee and Santorum. It also made me doubt even Ron Paul...BTW We cannot return to a GOLD/SILVER standard it just will not work...Web of Debt by Ellen Brown, Vile Acts of Evil by Mike Kirchubel and No More National Debt by Bill Still point this out, we cannot return to a gold standard. PS READ REVELATION IN THE BIBLE...

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  • I must admit I...January 20, 2013 - 6:17 pm

    Do not know much about the "Progressive Movement". Who are the current leaders of the Progressive Movement and are they separate from Democrat leadership?

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  • Mike KirchubelJanuary 17, 2013 - 1:03 am

    tried twice without luck to post the first few listings from googling: obama staged sandy hook fox news 5,270,000 listings so far.

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  • Mike KirchubelJanuary 17, 2013 - 4:27 pm

    ok. I cant seem to post the sites here. email me and i'll send them to you.

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  • Mike KirchubelJanuary 20, 2013 - 11:54 am

    Today, Sunday,1/20/13, Googling: obama staged sandy hook fox news, now has 35 million links. try it.

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  • MRCJanuary 20, 2013 - 6:41 pm

    So whats your point Mike? Just because there are 5,270,000 listings of every conceivable combination of the words "obama staged sandy hook fox news" shouldn't surprise anyone. However if you bracket it in quotes guess how many hits. If you pick just 1 you are a winner. Oh and guess what its your column! You seem to think that big numbers and large volume of words will convince anyone. That's only true for those that are addicted to you kool-aid.

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  • StRJanuary 14, 2013 - 9:13 pm

    Google....10 Things That Every American Should Know About The Federal Reserve The Economic Collapse

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  • GoogleJanuary 14, 2013 - 9:16 pm

    The Federal Reserve Shows Barack Obama Who The Real Boss Is Infowars

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  • Today Tuesday on...January 15, 2013 - 7:03 pm

    wwwinfowarscom.....On the Tuesday, January 15 transmission of the Alex Jones Show, Alex reports on the no holds barred assault being waged on the Second Amendment with NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo leading the charge, passing a sweeping new act in the NY Senate completely banning certain types of firearms and magazines all in the name of keeping you safe. Alex also covers the debt crisis which has some influential figures requesting a nix of the arbitrary debt ceiling altogether. We'll also cover other breaking headlines and take your calls.

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  • From Tuesday InfowarsJanuary 15, 2013 - 7:30 pm

    The 2010 Colorado Democratic Party platform (page 31/54), approved by the 146 member platform committee states:....... “Whereas many disturbing facts were consciously ignored by the 9/11 Commission; Be it resolved, therefore, that the CDP calls for the establishment of a truly independent Grand Jury and public investigation into these and other anomalies in order to find the truth of the September 11, 2001 attacks, so that we have a greater probability of preventing attacks of this nature in the future.”......... This controversial plank was added to the State Democratic Party Platform after evidence supporting the critical need for a new investigation was presented at several caucuses in 2004, 2008, and 2010............. The citizens who presented arguments for a new investigation at their precinct caucuses are signatories to the Architect and Engineers for 9/11 Truth organization (www.ae911truth.org) which calls for a new investigation into the events of September 11, 2001............... The quality of evidence contradicting the official 9-11 story is substantiated in part by the 2010 Platform Committee Chairman Hal Bidlack’s statement: “ ….this platform represents the consensus of the 2010 Platform Committee, guided by the results of county assemblies across our state. The folks who worked tirelessly on the Committee can rightly be proud of their efforts, and deserve our special thanks.” (Bidlack’s statement can be found on page one of the 2010 platform.)..........

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  • StRJanuary 15, 2013 - 7:21 pm

    ******************Why was Gary the old goat uncharacteristically pleasant, but Irregular?........Answer.....He was not eating enough Gruffage.

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  • StRJanuary 16, 2013 - 10:12 pm

    Why will this not post...post...post...What are the Jack in the Beanstalk Giant's favorite salads?.............Answer....A "Chef" salad with Thousand Islander dressing.... or a Poet-ta-toes salad..... or a Grab Louie.....or a Greek salad ....or a Fellow salad....or a Mack and Ronni salad....or a Waldo-if salad [Julienned apple and celery, chopped Waldo (IF a Waldo can be located), grapes, and mayornaise]....or A Paco salad.

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  • Why won't this let me postJanuary 16, 2013 - 10:14 pm

    The system will not let me post my lastest "Giant" installment.

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  • Tom ChalkJanuary 16, 2013 - 6:33 pm

    This so-called website is not letting me post. I am sick of posting to no avail. What a waste of time.

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  • Today Wednesday on....January 16, 2013 - 9:29 pm

    wwwinfowarscom........On the Wednesday, January 16 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex covers Obama's announcement that he will use executive action and illegal orders to attack the Second Amendment after the Newtown massacre last month. Alex also covers the effort to impeach Obama for wantonly violating his oath of office and engaging in high crimes and misdemeanors. On today's show, Alex welcomes Texas state representative Steve Toth who has introduced the "Firearms Protection Act" that will make any federal law banning semi-automatic firearms or limiting the size of gun magazines illegal in the state. Alex also talks with Obama critic James David Manning, pastor of the ATLAH World Missionary Church in New York City.

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  • StRJanuary 17, 2013 - 5:30 pm

    On the Thursday, January 17 worldwide broadcast of the Alex Jones Show, Alex continues confronting the deluge of anti-gun rights propaganda being spewed forth by mainstream media outlets intent on aiding the destruction of the US Constitution. Alex will also break down the importance of calling for Obama's impeachment and the sounding of the war drums in Africa. On today's show, Alex welcomes Jackson County, Kentucky Sheriff Denny Peyman, one of the sheriffs who recently indicated that he will not enforce federal actions violating the Constitution. Also on today's show, we welcome Ron Paul's former congressional chief of staff and constitutional lawyer Lew Rockwell to give his take on the ensuing all out frontal assault on personal sovereignty.

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  • StRJanuary 18, 2013 - 9:26 am

    On the Friday, January 18 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Prison Planet editor and journalist Paul Joseph Watson runs down the latest efforts to hobble the Second Amendment and demonize gun owners. Paul talks with James Tracy, a communications professor who claims the Newtown Sandy Hook massacre did not happen the way it was reported by the establishment media. Also on today's broadcast, host Mike Adams talks with Texas State Rep. Steve Toth, who has stepped up to defend and protect the Second Amendment against the predatory behavior of Obama and the feds. Mike also talks with former surgeon and British medical researcher Andrew Wakefield about the dangers of vaccines.wwwinfowarscom

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  • StR --- New Game!January 18, 2013 - 9:31 am

    Kind of like the Dating Game....(but not really). CONTESTANTS are G-Man, Mr. Practical, and Oh Mr. Brooks. Your first question is....You have to choose between being Kitty Whipped or Man Handled, which do you choose? You must choose one of these answers......If you do not replay within 48 Hours, I will reply for you, using my best guess as to what your answer would have been. OK....Oh Goody!

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  • StR --- New Game!January 18, 2013 - 9:55 am

    CONTESTANTS --- G-Man, Mr. Practical and Mr. Brooks....NEXT Question...You have to choose between being a LION or a TIGER. Which do you choose and Why?

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  • StR --- New Game!January 18, 2013 - 10:05 am

    CONTESTANTS -- G-Man, Mr. Practical and Mr. Brooks....Third Question....Who wrote a Book about Banking in American, that points out ways to improve the lives of ALL of the AMERICAN PEOPLE? Choose one of the following answers......A. MIKE KIRCHUBEL....B. G-Man....C. Mr. Practical....D. Mr. Brooks

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  • StR --- New Game!January 18, 2013 - 1:23 pm

    CONTESTANTS -- G-Man, Mr. Practical and Mr. Brooks....Fourth Question....Who demonstrates in a practical manner the highest IQ?.....Choose one of the following answers......A. a Hair Brush....B. a Chimp....C. a Gorilla....D. a Baboon....E. G-Man (but only slightly higher, on one of his Good Days, when he is trying really hard)

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  • StR........New GameJanuary 18, 2013 - 3:19 pm

    CONTESTANTS -- G-Man, Mr. Practical and Mr. Brooks....Fifth Question....Which do you tend to have the most of, most often....A. Acid Reflux....B. Gas....C. Bad Breath....D. Smelly Feet....E. Lots and Lots of Money

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  • Please do not be angry w/meJanuary 18, 2013 - 8:54 pm

    Remember I am just some poor Nut w/a weird sense of humor. OK So....CONTESTANTS -- G-Man, Mr. Practical and Mr. Brooks....Sixth Question.....Rank these in the order that you like best....1 being like it the best on down to least liked...OK?.....Crab Legs...Langostinos...Lobster...Oysters...Prawns...Scallops...StR....wants to know.

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  • StR --- New Game!January 19, 2013 - 6:31 am

    CONTESTANTS -- G-Man, Mr. Practical and Mr. Brooks....Seventh Question....Which game do you most like to play? (Pick One)....Backgammon....Bridge....Chess.... Golf....Pinochle....Poker....Tennis

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  • HA!January 19, 2013 - 1:24 pm

    I bet you thought I would put "Hide the Pickle" on this list.

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  • I think all these guys are "Fishy"January 19, 2013 - 5:41 pm

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iK_wrM8OdGY

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  • A swing versionJanuary 19, 2013 - 5:43 pm

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=541HKD8alfg

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  • Rise w/the Tide Go w/the FlowJanuary 19, 2013 - 6:13 pm

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGfvg4SH_4M

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  • Fire and RainJanuary 19, 2013 - 6:24 pm

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSqT_PeiV0U

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  • BTW....GoogleJanuary 19, 2013 - 6:28 pm

    Operation Mockingbird horrors

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  • Want to Know what is wrong w/the Economy?January 18, 2013 - 3:55 pm

    Read this Book...THIS IS IMPORTANT PEOPLE.......Web of Debt: The Shocking Truth About Our Money System and How We Can Break Free [Paperback] Ellen Hodgson Brown available on wwwamazoncom

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  • Want to Know what is wrong w/the Economy?January 18, 2013 - 5:56 pm

    Watch this DVD.....The Money Masters- How International Bankers Gained Control of America...Available on wwwamazoncom

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  • Also read these booksJanuary 18, 2013 - 8:06 pm

    First read Web of Debt and then...Vile Acts of Evil by Mike Kirchubel ---"Vile Acts of Evil" is not just about "banking". It about how we are all subject to the manipulation by the moneyed powers so long as we use their counterfeited medium of exchange, Federal Reserve notes. Why do we pay interest, rent, for our medium of exchange (money), to a private gang of bankers for what we, the government, could/should be doing for us. Isn't that why we elect Congress. That is their job, not to give that power away but to perform it and for which we could hold them accountable! They had NO authority to give that monopoly away to a private group of bankers currently called the "Federal Reserve", our 4th central bank. Furthermore, that "money" that we are paying rent/interest on, was created out of nothing, and at no cost to them. There is no quid pro quo, no equity, no contractual equality. It is only their way! They are free to cause a recession or depression or manipulate into an inflationary cycle for their benefit, as they choose. All these acts are explained in this book. It addresses and answers questions that "...Jekyll Island" left unanswered and so much more. Every book and quotation I have ever come across on this subject is in this book and 30% more. There is no better book on this subject!.............Also No More National Debt by Bill Still....available on wwwamazoncom

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  • StRJanuary 18, 2013 - 8:09 pm

    Also please ask that these books and the DVD Money Masters be stocked by your local Libraries

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  • StRJanuary 19, 2013 - 1:05 pm

    wwwprisonplanet.tv.....Video Archives The Alex Jones Show - January 18, 2013...Check this out....WAKE UP PEOPLE....Talking about Sandy Hook and Gun confiscation.

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  • Institutionalized TyrannyJanuary 19, 2013 - 1:18 pm

    he institutionalization of tyranny is the achievement of the Bush/Obama regimes of the 21st century. This, and not the Great Society, is the decisive break from the American tradition. The Bush Republicans demolished almost all of the constitutional protections of liberty erected by the Founding Fathers. The Obama Democrats codified Bush’s dismantling of the Constitution and removed the protection afforded to citizens from being murdered by the government without due process. One decade was time enough for two presidents to make Americans the least free people of any developed country, indeed, perhaps of any country. In what other country or countries does the chief executive officer have the right to murder citizens without due process?wwwinfowars....see...The Institutionalization of Tyranny Paul Craig Roberts

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  • rlw895January 20, 2013 - 1:08 pm

    Good point! You are a virtuous person. The nation did not rise up against Bush/Cheney when they used the excuse of the "war on terror" to grab a huge amount of power from congress and the people. I would have thought one of Obama's first orders of business would have been to reverse that, and he did a little, but not nearly enough to make him free of your criticism. My guess is a bit more charitable to Obama. He probably wanted to reverse all that (notably what's in the "Patriot Act," but also power the executive simply took), but found a fearful and at least disinterested public, and political oppontent who were ready to brand him as weak if he gave back any power. Not that his opponents disagreed, but they vowed to make him a one-term president by any means necessary. So Obama did the rational thing anyone would do who wanted to get reelected--go with the low-risk status quo. I was hopeful that would change after the election, but Obama does not seem willing to spend any political capital on reversing course. This issue is the biggest knock on Obama, and unless he makes corrections, will be a blemish on his legacy. The answer right now is for the public to start to care. If we don't reverse, to a large measure, the 9/11 terrorists won; our unvirtuous reaction has done more damage than terrorist attacks would likely every cost.

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  • Today Sunday on....January 20, 2013 - 3:38 pm

    wwwinfowars....On the Sunday, January 20 edition of the Alex Jones Show, we feature some our most powerful interviews of 2013, including our recent discussion with former Congressman Ron Paul where he described a scenario in which Americans turn in their guns as a “line in the sand.” We'll also hear former Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives, author and staunch pro-Second Amendment advocate Suzanna Hupp's thoughts on the feverish attempts to demonize gun-owners in the wake of the Newtown tragedy. Today's broadcast will also feature one of our most popular interviews to date, our in-studio chat with Michelle Dowery, better known as the Obama Phone Lady.

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