Monday, November 29, 2004

KE: I am basing this on my study of Supreme Court decisions that deal with the issue of taxation....

MT: So, as far as you know you're the first, to venture into this trail.

KE: I'm not sure exactly....your question is kind of vague.

MT: Well, the argument that you are using, that you're not require to file a tax return because you don't have whatever it is....

KE: Taxable income.

MT: Taxable income. There is no court case that broaches that same argument.

KE: I tried to bring the court case and the judge wouldn't address the issue.

MT: Ok.

Ever wondered what would happen if someone who knew their stuff tried to talk with IRS agents about section 861? Here's the answer.

P.S. "whatever it is"? LOL.

Sunday, November 28, 2004

Here goes the dollar. Hang onto your hats, and buy something REAL (like gold, silver, oil, a nice farm out in the country, whatever) while you still can. When the music stops, don't be caught without a real property chair, standing around with a wheelbarrowful of worthless FRNs!

Saturday, November 27, 2004

Friday, November 26, 2004

William Norman Grigg has some thoughts about the meager differences between Republican and Democrat here.
Paul Craig Roberts has some very important thoughts for us. I hope everyone will listen carefully to them.

Sunday, November 21, 2004

Want to know what the Iraq occupation has been like? An excellent piece of journalism will tell you, here.
The translation of our intelligence is being entrusted to individuals with loyalties to our enemies. Important "chit-chats" and "chatters" are being intentionally blocked from translation. Why does your report exclude this information and these serious issues despite the evidence and briefings you received? How can budget increases address and resolve this misconduct by mid-level bureaucratic management? How can the addition of an "intelligence czar" solve this problem?

I didn't write that; a former FBI translator did.

Saturday, November 06, 2004

"Let's just flip those," Harris said, as Dean cut and pasted the numbers from one cell into the other. "And," she added magnanimously, "let's give 100 votes to Tiger."

They closed the database, went back into the official GEMS software "the legitimate way, you're the county supervisor and you're checking on the progress of your election."

As the screen displayed the official voter tabulation, Harris said, "And you can see now that Howard Dean has only 500 votes, Lex Luthor has 900, and Tiger Woods has 100." Dean, the winner, was now the loser.

Harris sat up a bit straighter, smiled, and said, "We just edited an election, and it took us 90 seconds."

You'd better read this.
There's a big collection of resources here and I recommend John Pilger's documentary at the link "Watch the Piliger's Documentry 'Breaking the Silence' - 37 Megs - Excellent Info". It's long and very left-wing, but there's a lot of footage in it that you ought to see.