Tea Party meeting
The Independence Tea Party will hold its next monthly meeting Wednesday, Jan. 5, 6:30-8:30 p.m., at Bertucci’s, Route 1 North in Peabody.
There will be two guests: Robert Dwyer from Massachusetts Liberty Preservation Association and Brain Camenker from MassResistance.
For more about the group, visit independenceteaparty.blogstream.com.
Thursday, December 30, 2010
Thursday, December 23, 2010
But we all know the truth. This isn't a political disagreement. Whether we like it or not, we are being subjugated by people with a destructive and dehumanizing worldview. From the politicians in Congress imposing "Don't Ask Don't Tell" down to the sex-ed activists in local public schools who terrorized David Parker over teaching homosexuality to his six-year-old son, these people have become obsessed with creating a kind of secular utiopia in one form or another which they have decided will make everyone's life better, and therefore it must be imposed on everyone who doesn't agree, for their own good.
In doing so, these people believe that the ends justify the means. They are willing to use any manner of lies or vicious tactics to win. It's not an exaggeration to say that anything they can get away with, they will do, and that constitutions, laws, and morality are meaningless to them. They see us as less than human and they see themselves as superior -- as we have all experienced countless times. In that respect they are similar to the Communists and even the Nazis --it's the same basic totalitarian mindset. And they've been winning in America for decades.
Sexual tension in the ranks means the end of military discipline.The U.S. military took its first step on the sexual slippery slope when it admitted women to the military academies in the mid-1970s. Later, women began serving on the frontlines (just one way Bill Clinton ensured the decline of our once proud military and kowtowed to the radical feminists). The denial of reality—that there was no new element of sexual tension acting as a distraction from discipline—began then.