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:'President Obama’s foreign-policy guru Ben Rhodes has openly admitted to the false narrative created to support the disastrous Iran nuclear deal. He bragged about taking advantage of a stupid and compliant press. He took advantage of the press having no foreign offices of their own. Ben fed them the lie that the Obama deal was taking place with “moderates.”'
:'Benjamin J. Rhodes is the deputy national security adviser for strategic communication for U.S. President Barack Obama. His title is "Assistant to the President and Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications and Speechwriting."'
:'Obama Admin Openly Admits False Narrative'
:'This skilled storyteller duped America into passing the Iran deal'
:'Speaker of the House'
:'"The GOP is not only trying to sabotage Trump but they are also fighting the voters and thats a lot of voters. If they don't change and get behind Trump they may very well ruin their political careers. Trump’s popularity was brought on by their BS to start with."'
:'"Reality is that people are fed up with the establishment, the failure of our Govt. to provide for the safety and security of the American people and our lands, the steady dose of non-sense, finger pointing, lines in the sand, lifelong politicians, exorbitant pay benefits and retirement packages for our elected officials, benefits and rights to those who have broken our laws while Vets go hungry, the constant bickering between parties and parties more concerned about getting and holding power than what is in the best interest of the American people."'
:Sen. Sessions RIPs Speaker Ryan: Big mistake not backing Trump
:'Donald J. Trump borrowed $1 Million from his father Fred Trump and parlayed that into a massive and significant $10 Billion global enterprise involving real estate, hotels, casinos, golf courses and many other enterprises too numerous to enumerate. Donald J. Trump is a genius, and eminently successful. And he did it, he built it, despite setbacks, tragedies, and many pitfalls, and Obama—Trump built it, not the Government. We expect Donald to be eminently successful with the biggest real estate enterprise ever—the United States of America.'
:The Trump Organization LLC Bloomberg
:Donald J. Trump - Biography The Trump Organization
:Donald J. Trump 2016 On Line Campaign Events - Speeches - Video Documentation - Online
:Let Me Ask America A Question Donald J. Trump - Wall Street Journal - April 14, 2016 7:18 p.m. ET
:'Donald J. Trump is now leader of the Republican Party, the presumptive nominee, having won the Republican Candidacy of the United States. He accomplished his objective against all odds, despite the pundits, and despite the Republican insider effort to lock him out. Trump won because he hit a nerve among traditional Americans who are fed up with the Lies, and ineptness experienced under Obama, and the Republican Congress.'
:See List of 98 Top Republicans Who Refuse to Back Trump Garth Kant - WND.com - May 5, 2016
::Governor Nathan Deal (R) Georgia
:Traitor! Georgia Governor Vetoes Campus Carry Bill!
:Traitor! Georgia Governor Vetoes Campus Carry Bill! Onan Coca - Eagle Rising.com - May 6, 2016
:''Beware of Democrats in Republican Garb such as Liberal Governor Nathan Deal
::Lowell Palmer Weicker Jr.
:'Weicker was born in Paris, the son of American parents Mary Hastings (née Bickford) and Lowell Palmer Weicker. His grandfather, Theodore Weicker, was a German immigrant who co-founded the E. R. Squibb corporation. Weicker graduated from the Lawrenceville School (class of 1949), Yale University (1953), and the University of Virginia School of Law (1958). He began his political career after serving in the United States Army (1953–55).'
:'Weicker's political career appeared to be over after his 1988 defeat for reelection to the Senate by Lieberman, and he became a professor at the George Washington University Law School. However, two years later, he ran for Governor of Connecticut as a member of "A Connecticut Party" against Republican John G. Rowland and Democrat Bruce Morrison. The most volatile issue facing Connecticut at that time was the attempt to implement a broad-based state income tax. Connecticut traditionally had no state income tax except for a fairly steep one imposed on "unearned income" such as interest and dividends. Weicker ran on a platform of solving Connecticut's fiscal crisis without the implementation of the broad-based income tax to include the taxation of earned income. Weicker won 40 percent of the vote on election day with Rowland taking 37 percent. Weicker lost Fairfield and New Haven counties to Rowland, but drew especially strong support from the Hartford metro area, where he had been strongly endorsed by the Hartford Courant and by many state employee labor unions. Weicker gained national attention through his victory.'
:'However, shortly after his inauguration, Weicker reversed his position and became an advocate of the tax that he had campaigned against. Liberal forces applauded his political courage and, in their view, his willingness to face reality, while conservative forces were equally quick to denounce him in no uncertain terms as a liar. The broad income tax he had come to favor passed the General Assembly. However, shortly after it was implemented and the withholding for it began, a huge protest rally in Hartford attracted some 40,000 participants, some of whom cursed at and spit at Governor Weicker. After this, the Assembly passed a measure repealing the broad-based income tax, which was subsequently vetoed by Governor Weicker. The override of the veto fell a vote short, and the massively unpopular tax was kept in effect.'
:'Weicker's critics are quick to blame his implementation of the state income tax for Connecticut's loss of one congressional district as a result of the 2000 census (based on the theory that the tax increased the rate of people leaving the state). It certainly resulted in an exodus of insurance companies which had previously called Hartford, Connecticut their home (in the then-popular board game Trivial Pursuit, Hartford was the answer to one question: 'What is the insurance capitol of the world?'). This position was held by the conservative Yankee Institute, which claimed in August 2006 that after fifteen years the income tax had failed to achieve its stated goals. However, Weicker's supporters insist that he was the only person who could have solved the state's ongoing fiscal problems and had the courage to address them directly and forthrightly. They also note that the enactment of the income tax was coupled with a reduction of the state's sales tax to a level comparable to that of surrounding states, benefiting Connecticut merchants.'
:'Lowell P. Weicker stabbed the people of Connecticut in the back with his arranged ‘income tax’ which he deliberately engineered for his own personal aggrandizement. He knew that the rich would merely leave Connecticut with their wealth, taking their corporations (General Electric Hartford Insurance, etc.) with them in order to avoid the unpleasantries that would follow shortly thereafter. The people of Connecticut, ultimately the ‘middle’ class would bare the brunt of the taxation, becoming poorer because of it.'
:Trilaterals Over Washington Antony C. Sutton & Patrick M. Wood
:The Global Elite - Who Are They? - Part 1 Patrick M. Wood - News With Views - November 21, 2005
:The Global Elite - Who Are They? - Part 2 Patrick M. Wood - News With Views - November 21, 2005
:The Global Elite - Who Are They? - Part 3 Patrick M. Wood - News With Views - November 21, 2005
:America Plundered By The Global Elite - Part 1 Patrick M. Wood - News With Views - December 13, 2005
:America Plundered By The Global Elite - Part 2 Patrick M. Wood - News With Views - December 13, 2005
:Trilaterals Over Washington Antony C. Sutton & Patrick M. Wood
:'Military Veterans Controlling the Courts'
:Lighthouse Law Club Website
:Antony C. Sutton's Cold Fusion: The Secret Energy Revolution [Kindle Edition]
:The Status of Cold Fusion David J. Nagel - Naval Research Laboratory - February 17, 1998
:New Book: The VIEW FROM 4-SPACE
:by Antony Sutton, D.Sc.,
:'"Dr. Sutton apprised me that the paradigm extends even to the field of “Energy.” He sent me his first edition book, “The View from 4-Space,” substantiating that The Control Paradigm extends to the very fabric of the 4th Dimension. With the help of Thomas Eugene Bearden I learned that most inventors are denied funding if their inventions provide significant ‘overunity’ aspects inherent within them. Funding is only provided to favored companies having access within The Control Paradigm. Many do not realize that significant suppression techniques are applied to real Overunity technologies that reach fulfillment protocols.'
:'Overunity is real but it resides within the dimension of 4-Space, necessitating the knowledge of Quantum Mechanics, and the physics of Dirac, Prigogine, and an understanding that you are now delving into the realm of the Creator Himself. The work of Bearden and Bedini have interesting side effects known as ‘precursor engineering’ dynamics, in which physical reality itself is affected. Dirac discovering the truth inherent within Quantum Mechanics was immediately suppressed and was told that he could not divulge specific components of his discovery. His discovery of negative energy and the reversal of the timewave, verified the initial completed Unified Field Theory of James Clerk Maxwell."'
:'Leslie R. Pastor'
:New Energy Congress - 'Member'
:Education Andrew K. Dart
:Archive of Uncategorized News Items Andrew K. Dart
:Andrew K. Dart and His Website Information: Obama, Hillary, RINOs, Saul Alinsky, Democrats, etc.,
Ungarisches Real Gimnasium, Burg Kastl bei Amberg, Bayern, Germany
Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey, 07079
BA, Government, 1973.
Regent University, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23463 [http://www.cbn.com/about/