SEQUESTER JESTERS: WH announces another star-studded concert

Amid sequester and scandal in Washington, the White House announced Friday that the president and first lady will be hosting another concert as part of their “In Performance at the White House” later this month.

The event will be held in the East Room of the White House and honor singer and song writer Carole

White House Endorses Internet Sales Tax… Harry Reid Rushes Internet Sales Tax…

The White House today endorsed the Marketplace Fairness Act, which would be a tax hike for purchases made over the Internet. The White House claims the tax would “level playing field for local retailers.”

“The Administration strongly supports S. 743, which will level the playing field for local small business retailers that are in competition

Harry Reid rushes Internet sales tax

Every time Congress has taken a serious look at proposals to boost Internet sales taxes, it has rejected them. That’s probably why pro-tax Senators are trying to rush through an online tax hike with as little consideration as possible.

As early as Monday, the Senate will vote on a bill that was introduced only

It’s Official, the Fourth Amendment is Dead:On Tuesday, the Supreme Court disemboweled the Fourth Amendment. In a 5-4 decision, the Court ruled that citizens cannot challenge government wiretapping law

Kurt Nimmo February 28, 2013


Tuesday’s ruling pitches the Fourth Amendment protection against unreasonable search and seizure into the dustbin of history. Photo: Library of Congress.

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court disemboweled the Fourth Amendment. In a 5-4 decision, the Court ruled that citizens cannot challenge government wiretapping laws, in particular the unconstitutional Foreign

World’s Biggest TWITTER Achive — Taxpayer Funded

In the few minutes it will take you to read this story, some 3 million new tweets will have flitted across the publishing platform Twitter and ricocheted across the Internet. The Library of Congress is busy archiving the sprawling and frenetic Twitter canon — with some key exceptions — dating back to the site’s 2006 launch. That means

John F. Kennedy vs. The Federal Reserve

On June 4, 1963, a virtually unknown Presidential decree, Executive Order 11110, was signed with the authority to basically strip the Bank of its power to loan money to the United States Federal Government at interest. With the stroke of a pen, President Kennedy declared that the privately owned Federal Reserve Bank would soon be

Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites are an elaborate CIA spying scheme

They are convenient, relatively easy to use, and help millions of people around the world stay connected with family and friends, at least digitally. But social media portals like Facebook and Twitter are increasingly being exposed as what appear to be bait-and-switch spying networks funded, and potentially even run covertly, by the Central Intelligence Agency

SECRET HILL MEETING: Legislators were overheard telling their staff escorts that war was looming in the Middle East despite calls for spending cuts, tax increases and the so-called “fiscal cliff.” They anticipated much bloodshed.

By James P. Tucker Jr.

Members of the Trilateral Commission’s North American Group and congressmen who attended the gathering struggled hard to hide their meeting in Washington, D.C.,  November 30-December 3. They wanted no public viewing of their efforts to get yet another war started in the Mideast.

The North American Group is a regional subgroup of the Trilateral Commission (TC), founded in

Scientists Store Entire Textbook In DNA…extbook-in-dna

“When it comes to storing information, hard drives don’t hold a candle to DNA. Our genetic code packs billions of gigabytes into a single gram. A mere milligram of the molecule could encode thecomplete text of every book in the Library of Congress and have plenty of room to spare. All of this has been

Guess What’s As Big As The Federal Budget Gap!

Tax Breaks Add Up To $1.1 Trillion, As Much As Federal Budget Deficit

The Huffington Post  |  By Alexander Eichler

Take all the tax breaks in the U.S. tax code and put them together.

You’ll find that they add up — and up and up.

That’s the conclusion of a recent report from the Congressional Research Service,

Arkansas juror’s tweet cost taxpayers $600,000

Sticks and stones may break bones, but 140 characters can do a whole lot more damage.

While Twitter can be a powerful social networking and marketing tool, hasty posts on site sometimes get pretty expensive. Misfired tweets have ended careers, led to huge fines, and most recently upended a murder trial. As reported this week

Sen. Reid’s Unicorns: Fact Checking a Whopper… Tax on millionaires brings in paltry $11B

Tax policy should be serious business carried out by serious politicians using real facts and figures. This is why we have the Library of Congress and the Congressional Budget Office, among other expert institutions.

How can we take Congress seriously when the Senate Majority Leader, Harry Reid, makes patently inaccurate, outrageous and bizarre claims

Dec. 20 is Mudd Day, Go Caroling Day, Sangria Day:

Mudd Day


What act would be so heinous that it would soil your family name for more than a century? Aiding a presidential assassin, like Samuel A. Mudd (Dec. 20, 1833 to Jan. 10, 1883) did. He was imprisoned for life for medically treating John Wilkes Booth, President Abraham Lincoln’s assassin.

Dec. 15 is Cat Herder’s Day, Bill of Rights Day, Halcyon Days begin, Lemon Cupcake Day:

Cat Herder’s Day


Dredge up some idioms and cliches about impossible tasks, and you may begin to understand the meaning behind Cat Herder’s Day. Cats, being the incredibly independent creatures that they are, are impossible to “herd.” Wellcat has a basket of sympathy (the real kind, not the sarcastic kind) for you if your

Government to receive archive of every tweet ever sent

By Michael O’Connell Web Editor Federal News Radio

The Library of Congress and Twitter have signed an agreement that will see an archive of every public Tweet ever sent handed over to the library’s repository of historical documents.

“We have an agreement with Twitter where they have a bunch of servers with their historic archive of

It only takes a few moments to share an article, but the person on the other end who reads it might have his life changed forever