Thursday, August 25, 2011


Forget it, guys - it ain't gonna happen for ya.

Got this yesterday from my pal Al:

August 24, 2011
Al Franken - U.S. Senator, Minnesota

Dear Ed,

If you’ve been keeping up with the fight to stop media consolidation, you know what we’re worried about: the prospect of just a few enormous corporations controlling the flow of information in America.

That’s why the proposed merger between AT&T and T-Mobile is a really, really bad idea.

It would create a wireless juggernaut so powerful that only Verizon could hope to compete (Sprint would likely wither away or get eaten up by one of the new Big Two). These two monoliths could raise prices or reduce the quality of service with no concern that their customers will go somewhere else -- because there won’t be anywhere else for them to go. This is bad for consumers, obviously -- but it’s also bad for an industry so critical to our economy.

Meanwhile, the merger would be a bad blow for net neutrality, allowing the Big Two unprecedented control over what content we can access on wireless networks -- and at what speed.

And if that weren’t enough, AT&T estimates that it will save $3 billion a year in “operational savings” and “cost synergies,” which sounds to me like layoffs, and lots of them -- maybe thousands or even tens of thousands of lost jobs.

Let’s see -- higher prices, worse service, less innovation, reduced competition, AND lost jobs? Sounds like a really, really bad idea to me.

I’m going to fight this merger, and I hope you’re ready to help. Stay tuned.



NOTE: On September 13, Blogspot reported that some coward hiding behind the ultimate unoriginal handle of "anonymous" attempted to post a brief comment here which included the words, "...Ed... This blog sucks - give it up."

Not only was that clown so dumb that he didn't realize I am the moderator for this site, so he couldn't slip it past me, but he also failed to realize that this particular blog was NOT even written by me in the first place.

So, got a problem with it, pal? Then take it up with Senator Al Franken! LOL

Saturday, August 20, 2011


Maybe they could call their new carbon tax firm H&R Blastoff?
When little green men become an inconvenient lie.
(Besides, everyone knows they're really gray, anyway.)

Yesterday the Infowars folks had some fun with The Guardian's story this week about Al Gore and his fake "green living for little green men" movement. Sounds like the only "globe" being overheated is Gore's own deluded dome!


Paul Joseph Watson

Having failed with drowning polar bears, global superstorms, rising sea levels and a myriad of other manufactured hoaxes, global warming alarmists have invented a new threat to try and persuade us to pay carbon taxes directly to Al Gore and the global elite -- vengeful environmentalist extraterrestrials from outer space.

Space Aliens

"It may not rank as the most compelling reason to curb greenhouse gases, but reducing our emissions might just save humanity from a pre-emptive alien attack, scientists claim," according to a Guardian report.

A new study conducted by researchers at Nasa's Planetary Science Division posits that "green" ETs might get angry at Bubba driving his gas-guzzling SUV and respond by wiping humankind off the face of the earth to "protect other civilizations".

"Green" aliens might object to the environmental damage humans have caused on Earth and wipe us out to save the planet. "These scenarios give us reason to limit our growth and reduce our impact on global ecosystems. It would be particularly important for us to limit our emissions of greenhouse gases, since atmospheric composition can be observed from other planets," the authors write.

Is it really any wonder why polls show belief in global warming is collapsing? A recent Rasmussen survey found that 69 per cent of Americans believed scientists had likely falsified climate change data to push their agenda.

Manufactured Lies

They've fed us with drowning polar bears, overpopulation paranoia, global superstorms and all manner of manufactured lies in an effort to terrify people into accepting the hoax and blithely handing over their carbon taxes to Al Gore and the Rothschilds, but none of it has worked. Gore's Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX) has all but collapsed. The fact that they have now resorted to playing the "alien invasion" card illustrates how desperate and discredited the climate change cult has become. * A d v e r t i s e m e n t *

There are many people who lament the decline and fall of NASA since its Apollo heydays, but if this is what taxpayer funds are being spent on, the organization's demise cannot come soon enough.

Let's not forget this is the same government agency that uses taxpayer dollars to fund the work of global warming activist Dr. James Hansen, the man who endorsed an eco-fascist book that called for cities to be razed to the ground, industrial civilization to be destroyed and genocidal population reduction measures to be implemented in the name of preventing climate change.

Perhaps the aliens should hire Hansen as their PR spokesman.

Apocalyptic Fears

Hansen has received well over $1 million taxpayer dollars from NASA in the last four years to pursue his activist agenda. He is a key figure in the global warming movement, for it was his 1988 with testimony to a US Senate committee chaired by Al Gore that really got the ball rolling for the elite in their mission to hijack the environmental movement and promote apocalyptic fears of climate change as a means of pushing carbon taxes and a highly regulated society.

Aside from all this, why do we need aliens to destroy humanity and "save the planet"? White House science czar John P. Holdren seems to have it all in hand. Holdren's 1977 book Ecoscience called for a "planetary regime" to carry out forced abortions and mandatory sterilization procedures, as well as drugging the water supply, in an effort to cull the human surplus.

Holdren is now in charge of "geoengineering" the planet to protect against supposed man-made climate change. For me, this represents a far greater and more imminent threat to humanity than any fantasy about alien invasions from outer space.

Wednesday, August 3, 2011


No, kids - unfortunately it's not at all like the Fantastic Four.

By Ed Gauthier
Free Pundit

Well, yesterday the latest big "debt ceiling compromise" bill signing decision in Washington, D.C. happened at last.

It proved that all the loudly-trumpeted financial debt sweat garbage was just one big smokescreen, as many of us always suspected.

And they never even got close to touching either of the Social Security or Medicare third rails of political doom, so that was all a big fat bluff.

This latest dog and pony show was only used to obscure what they REALLY wanted to set up - the Supreme 13 group!

Hey, the high court does it, all trial juries do it - so why not have just a dozen or so in charge of the representative side of things, too?

Just tell all non-Supreme 13 "Super Congress" politicians to go back home!

Sounds like a long overdue plan, actually!