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Time to see Tea Party Republicans in Congress as domestic terrorists willing to bring down the whole political and economic system.
We surely need major political reforms, but the current Tea Party aligned zealot Republicans in Congress merit no respect.
The intensity of misinformation from Limbaugh rises to a criminal and unconstitutional level.
Rather than support third party presidential candidates what is needed is action and activism to overturn the status quo corrupt system.
In his new book, the noted radio host, author and constitutional scholar makes the correct case for using the Article V convention option.
No one should be surprised that President Obama is an awful president, based on his professional history's absence of accomplishments.
Limbaugh has the audacity to assert that right now there is a coup d'etat in the US, and that the Obama campaign used NSA databases.
Take a critical look at using gold as an investment. Right-wing talk radio shows push gold commercials as another way to address fear.
Rush Limbaugh talks about information poor Americans to hide his racist thinking. Time for Republicans to dump Limbaugh.
If the Republican Party does not stop appealing more to stupid people than all others it has no future.
Technology addiction has gone viral. People have willingly given up their time, money and freedom to stay connected.
With so many guns what are the Second Amendment enthusiasts waiting for, if they truly see the government already stealing their liberties?
No presidential candidate of any party who lied as much as Mitt Romney deserves to win.
More than previous elections, to save American democracy, voters must vote out incumbents in Congress or suffer the consequences.
There is a better choice than voting for Romney or Obama.
The 1 percent have waged a successful revolution and are siphoning off the nation's wealth; the 99 percent suffer in hot water.
Objective analysis shows that the US Constitution is no longer seen by experts worldwide as the best one globally. We need updates.
In addition to a host of talked about deficiencies, Mitt Romney should be pressed to reveal his views on a bizarre Mormon practice.
For Americans fed up with both major parties and their presidential candidates there is something smart, patriotic and courageous to do.
Think creatively and you will see how electing Gingrich president could accomplish the impossible: motivate Americans to rebel and overthrow the two-party plutocracy.
An established columnist has written eloquently about the Occupy movement in terms that most Americans can appreciate.
The US Occupy movement is at a critical point. To succeed it must develop a message of specific solutions to fix our broken system. People are seeing the next step as advocacy for constitutional amendments proposed through an Article V convention.
To understand the Occupy movement it pays to understand the dynamics of successful revolutions around the world.
Evidence of delusional thinking is that so many Americans, especially the unemployed, refuse to accept the fact that upward economic mobility has largely disappeared.
The remarkable success of the Occupy movement masks the error that only one percent represent those who have unfairly raped the economy. In fact, making political headway requires understanding that more like 20 percent define the wealthy upper clas
My visit to the Occupy Wall Street protest in downtown Manhattan filled me with pride and hope that there still may be hope for a much needed Second American Revolution.
A major way to cut federal spending should be receiving attention. Few people know what a huge number of federal workers make a lot over $100,000 a year, plus tremendous fringe benefits and near total job security.
For some thirty years a class war has been waged successfully in the US. And the winners are clear: the rich and powerful. Considerable data clearly prove the truth of this. What will it take to turn this class war around?
With so much evidence that the US political system, government and economy are in a death spiral, more Americans are correctly looking for an alternative to regular elections.
Maybe brain dead Americans got the president they deserved. Obama is a disgrace and anyone who votes for him is an idiot. Time for Americans to riot in the streets, by the millions.
Rich and powerful elites are not generally job creators as Republicans assert as part of their propaganda to get government spending cuts and prevent higher taxes on the rich.
To fight the economic downturn we need a national discussion on the two forms of capitalism. Unlike other nations, the US has adopted a bad, immoral, greed-driven form that benefits the rich and powerful.
For politicians, expectations of honesty are gone. They lie about almost everything, not just their personal lives. When you vote for Democrats or Republicans you tell them: Lie to me.
The combination of weather and economic calamities is a double whammy that should disturb anyone who does not succumb to political propaganda and fights delusional thinking.
This outspoken professor has been attacked for telling the truth about President Obama, a truth that all Americans should pay attention to.
There are some sound reasons for considering a vote for Donald Trump for the US presidency, though taking him seriously is challenging.
As if lying about unemployment was not bad enough, the government is lying even more about inflation hitting consumers hard.
Economic oppression has stolen US democracy and is killing Americans. Time to take down the top one percent and restore economic freedom.
The government continues to lie about unemployment and the recovery. Time to wake up to the bitter truth.
A new explanation is given for why so many people hate President Obama. It is based on two historic inflection points that cause people to blame Obama, wrongly, for the loss of American greatness.
As citizens in Mideast nations fight for democratic new governments and economic reforms it is timely to consider whether Americans can use the unique handbook for revolution to fix the US.
People worldwide can and must support the rebellion in Egypt by loudly declaring a boycott on tourism there until a new democracy is formed.
President Obama lied to the nation in his latest state of the union address, not his first lie, but surely one of his biggest ones. The state of the union is not strong; it is terrible.
Reactions to and analysis of the killing spree in Tucson that killed so many innocent victims. What can we learn?
The WikiLeaks situation has brought much attention to hacktivism, which has been employed against commercial websites as payback for attacks on WikiLeaks and its founder. But hacktivism is best seen as a new force for democracy.
Obama has shown repeatedly a lack of leadership qualities and skills, making it easy for people, even those who voted for him, to conclude that he is a failed president.
Native intelligence easily becomes overwhelmed by delusional thinking plus denial resulting from psychological blocks to objective facts and truths, producing psychological stupidity.
A hard and objective examination of the midterm elections shows that the anti-incumbency movement utterly failed, despite remarkably high public dissatisfaction with the two major parties and Congress.
A new book makes a powerful case why cell phones pose serious dangers and justifies new behaviors on how to use them.
No matter who wins in the midterm elections the painful truth will be that there will be no genuine government reforms. The real question is: Will this ugly reality finally wake up most Americans and compel them to pursue better strategies for fixing the nation?
New survey data on what Tea Party supporters believe about climate change and global warming totally supports the goals of fossil fuel industries. This can be explained.
The root explanation of why the nation is in terrible shape and speeding down the wrong track is the dominant practice of lesser-evil voting.
The country is not benefiting from the fraction of the population idolizing a number of loud mouth, right-wing celebrities. They sell stupidity to stupid Americans; it makes the idols rich and powerful. It does nothing to make the country better for all its citizens.
There is a glaring omission from the new Republican Pledge to America. Serious citizens should pay careful attention to it and decide whether voting in the coming midterm elections is justified.
The quality of recent US presidents leaves much to be desired. Why do Americans keep electing such rotten presidents? Even worse, why do they keep reelecting them?
Most of the nation seems to know what President Obama does not: The USA is in terrible shape and nothing the government is doing deserves public respect and confidence.
Unlike her usual style and scholarship, Rachel Maddow used her show to ridicule those talking loudly about the need for some constitutional amendments. But she missed a big opportunity to inform the public about the unused Article V convention option.
As we approach yet another 9/11 anniversary it is worthwhile to objectively examine the truth movement.
Americans have every reason to want to vote out incumbents, but the sad truth is that most of those running against incumbents are just awful. What to do? Maybe stay home and de-legitimize our corrupt, dysfunctional government.
Imagine living on a planet where the connection between cause and effect is very different. Inhabitants practice risky behavior and keep getting surprised by delayed impacts.
There is a better way to understand why all kinds of calamities happen; it is a learning disability called time blindness. We ignore it at our peril.
Considerable data show just how bad the US economy is and why it has little chance of improving. But the Upper Class is doing just fine. Forget the middle class; all we have is a large Lower Class.
American democracy and its electoral system will be tested in this year's midterm elections for Congress. Polls and primary results indicate an historic shift. But will voters really get rid of incumbents?
Progressives on the left are moaning and groaning because of so many disappointments with President Obama who they helped elect. But they are not willing to speak up and say one term is enough for him and create the conditions for someone else to win the Democratic nomination for president in 2012.
An important new effort provides Americans with the ability to test drive an Article V convention. Convention USA will allow citizens to discuss possible constitutional amendments. The aim is to create more pressure on Congress to call a real Article V convention.
Americans' disgust with their government will only worsen as President Obama is increasingly seen as ineffective in mounting federal resources to address the BP oil spill. This could kill a second term for him.
Americans should use their personal economic power to advance worthy goals and punish those that deserve it.
Americans who want to reform the federal government should seek a constitutional amendment giving them the power to recall federal officials.
When you learn what fraction of American households pay no federal income tax you realize how easy it is in our terrible economy. A much smaller fraction is wealthy.
The recent article in the Wall Street Journal made an excellent case for using the Article V convention option in the Constitution. Why is this opposed?
A new survey of Americans reveals that 100 million people question or reject official story. A new investigation is needed.
Now that it has received terrific competition Blockbuster is going down the tubes and I say good riddance.
There appears to be a national campaign to blame Toyota drivers for sudden acceleration and runaway cars. This should really anger everyone, especially owners of Toyotas.
This will help you understand the real nature of the Toyota sudden acceleration problem. Neither the government or Toyota are tackling the problem correctly.
For those Americans with some extra cash, the tendency is now to save rather than spend. But economic recovery is impossible unless there is marked increases in consumer spending. Face reality; face gloom.
One of the enduring, widespread consumer scams is Direct Buy that uses high pressure sales methods to lure consumers into paying a large membership fee.
Just when Americans felt that corporate misdeeds could not be worse comes yet another example of corporate greed. The diabetes drug Avandia is killing people.
Economic inequality is shown by much higher unemployment rates with lower income households. The political use of a national unemployment rate is political propaganda designed to hide the real problem that is intractable.
A lot of political dissidents and rebels like me surely have some good reasons for not joining the national tea party movement.
What must be done when the Supreme Court makes an awful ruling like the recent one permitting more corporate money in politics: recognize that our corrupt Congress will never propose a constitutional amendment to fix the problem nor pass legislation to do the job. Article V offers the solution.
Understanding the Scott Brown victory has caused President Obama to recognize his own failure, something that millions of Americans have already done. In a two-party plutocracy angry voters can only shift power between the two corrupt major parties.
The American Dream has been replaced by the American Disappointment as evidenced by a decade of zeros and nothings just ended. Will Americans find their national roots in revolution?
This is the ultimate test to see if delusion rules your thinking: Is the bill that the grinning President Obama will sign really good for the nation?
As the nation sinks deeper into nation-failing President Obama must find the courage to tell angry and suffering Americans that one term is enough, so that he can seek true and deep reforms.
I have regularly encountered the fear that liberals would control the convention and produce awful results. Let me carefully make the case why this fear is completely unjustified and why patriotic Americans that are not constitutional hypocrites should support the nonpartisan effort of Friends of the Article V Convention.
The greatest burden for physicians is dealing with private health insurance companies, which is why so many of them want Medicare to be made available to everyone.
Amazingly, so many Americans express love and respect for the US Constitution, yet so few understand how and why Congress has gotten away with disobeying a piece of it.
Most likely the health care reform bill passed by Congress will not be true, needed reform. So, will President Obama have the integrity to veto it?
Only pandemic delusional thinking explains why Americans don't understand that political reforms are prevented by corporate corruption of the political system.
Approaching the eighth anniversary of 9/11 prompts a hard analysis of why and how the 9/11 truth movement has failed to achieve the most important goal: a new, credible investigation.
Americans are getting politics as usual, which means corrupt, dysfunctional government as usual.
Unless we replace the awful, inefficient and profit driven private health insurance industry with a government single payer system there is no real health care reform.
Americans need a civics lesson. And so do politicians. Of all the wrong and delusional thinking about the US Constitution the one that is most thoroughly incorrect and routinely used for political propaganda purposes is that there are three coequal branches of the federal government.
You do not have rule of law unless the political and justice systems are willing to seriously examine past actions. But Obama wants to look forward, not backward. That vetoes the rule of law.
Americans clearly are capable of being outraged. Missing, however, is a sustained, vibrant demand for deep reforms of our political and government system. All the venom aimed at AIG and its bonus-receiving employees served more as a distraction than a viable political strategy to reform our government.
Senator Russ Feingold has a fine idea for a constitutional amendment: every senator must actually be elected rather than appointed to that position. But he should shift attention to getting Congress to obey the Constitution and call the first Article V convention.
A great smile does not make a truth teller. A talker of change does not define a reformer. What if he is just another untrustworthy politician? What if he does not keep his promises? With these questions in mind, I have examined four areas where I find President Obama’s behavior disappointing.
Compared to rioting Europeans, Americans seem like docile, drugged out sheep herded towards the economic cliff, mesmerized by melodic rhetoric of political messiah Barack Obama. Too much hope can precipitate violence.
A law should be immediately passed that imposes a new special federal income tax of 99 percent on all income in excess of $500,000 annually for single taxpayers and $1 million for couples, starting for 2008 income. Call it a greed tax.
In these terrible economic times, is it not reasonable to think that if libertarianism was ever to have a chance of attracting very broad public support as an alternative to what the US has had for many, many decades, would this be the time?
With nearly $9 trillion in cash sitting in bank and money market accounts, consumers have more power than the government to rescue the economy.
When Illinois voters went against having a state constitutional convention this past election they really voted to keep their corrupt, dysfunctional political system.
There is a compelling case for indicting George W. Bush and putting him in prison, not to get revenge, but to obtain justice and show the world that we truly believe in the rule of law that even presidents are not above.
Inherited knowledge, not personal efforts, mostly explains becoming rich.
The current third party movement is dead. We need a new MAJOR political party.
Why do Americans keep re-electing losers in Congress? Stupidity.
You get to a fake democracy when there are too many bystanders.
Americans cannot vote their way out of our national mess.
Ousting Democrats and Republicans is more justified and needed than removing the tyranny of the King of England. Our elected domestic tyranny operating as a plutocracy masquerading as a democracy has been raping our nation.
Today, September 17 is Constitution Day, but very, very few Americans know this or will celebrate it. If you think of yourself as a politically engaged, civic-minded and patriotic American, then I urge you to celebrate today by expanding your mind about a critically important but never-used part of our Constitution.
For the most part, Americans are ignorant about politics, history and current events, making them vulnerable to lies of politicians that support the two-party plutocracy.
Using privatization the Bush administration is wasting billions of taxpayer dollars by using contractors.
By choosing Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate John McCain made a brilliant decision.
Imagine the reactions in November if Obama loses to McCain.
Despite considerable economic pain, those at the bottom of the income spectrum seem more delusional than ready to revolt against an unjust political system.
The failure of our representative democracy creates urgency for more direct democracy.
This is the right election year to reject both Democratic and Republican candidates.
With horrendous hubris, the ruling class seems incapable of foreseeing a populist revolt.
The two-party plutocracy continues to increase economic inequality by directing far much of the nation's wealth to the Upper Class.
Time for Americans to find the courage and vote against the two-party plutocracy.
Americans deserve to get the constitutional right to affordable universal health care.
This skinny candidate has a serious character flaw.
Now is the time for Hilary Clinton to take a bold position that in one brilliant, courageous stroke shows the nation that she is more willing to pursue true reforms of the two-party plutocratic political system than Obama is.
Forget votes and guns, the real power of consumers to get government actions they want is through their spending.
There are no good reasons to vote for McBush for president and get continuation of failed policies.
Ralph Nader is more than an advocate for consumers; he fights for American democracy.
Mass delusional hope may sweep Obama into the White House.
Time to stop being mesmerized by the race and see the ultimate reality.
Perhaps a global political apocalypse has already arrived. Evil forces and tyrannical governments have evolved. By learning from history and using new technology they have smarter tools of tyranny. The tools of real rebellion are weak. Most corrupt and legally sanctioned forms of tyranny hide in plain sight as democracies with free elections. The toughest lesson is that ALL elections are distractions.
When American support false change agents they end up maintaining the political staus quo.
The vast national desire for political change is manifesting itself through support for both Democratic and Republican change-candidates. Despite Paul being flush with money and having a large number of workers in Iowa, he was solidly rejected as the leading change agent.
Following the current endless news coverage of this presidential primary season makes me sick. I have never seen and heard so much empty-minded hype and over-exaggeration of so much unimportant political crap.
By accepting painful truth about 9/11 Americans can open the door to needed political reforms.
There are good reasons why so many people like Paul, but too many seem oblivious to details about his history.
Americans need to recapture a Boston Tea Party mindset if our democracy is to be restored.
Perhaps the political system is so corrupt that the Democratic ticket has been decided by power elites.