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Wisconsin DATCP proudly announces plans to target several more private property owners

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  • 27673_1thThis is a public announcement of a premeditated assault on property owners in violation of the Wisconsin Constitution and individual property rights made by Donna Gibson on behalf of Wisconsin DATCP (Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection) in an interview with AgriView.    

    Why is no one pressing charges against her and other DATCP personnel and officials for making public threats and plans of harm to sovereign property owners in the state?

    On October 21, 2009 in Wisconsin Circuit Court, Polk County, Judge Molly E. Galewyrick found Pat & Melissa Monchilovich guilty of failure to register premises.   During that court proceeding and under oath, DATCP representatives admitted the program was not of benefit and probably never would be.  Still, DATCP seems quite proud of their targeting of this family, and their subsequent threats to target others in Wisconsin.

    In my opinion, this is nothing less than a threat of intended harm and the use of coercion and duress to force compliance to what is nothing more than an assault on private property rights perpetrated by state officials in violation of their offices and in violation of the Constitution of the State of Wisconsin.   It would appear that state officials launching these attacks on property owners are not aware that Wisconsin has such a document or that they are bound to work within its scope and limitations.  More

    Afghanistan – State Department Spin Exposed

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    Afghan troops

    By Barbara H. Peterson

    As usual, the U.S. government’s official position on the living conditions of women in Afghanistan is rosy. Things are improving, and we are proud of our country’s role in their liberation.

    Kenyan-born Barack Hussein Obama has recently sent even more troops into Afghanistan, so things should be getting better, eh?

    Here is the State Department’s official position on the plight of women in Afghanistan:

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    Speaker Pelosi Unveils Monster Bill – HR 3962

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    From CCHC Health Care News   info@cchconline.org 

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    Speaker Pelosi Unveils Monster Bill – HR 3962

    Today, Speaker Pelosi released the U.S. House health care takeover bill, H.R. 3962. They say they want to debate the bill beginning on Nov 2nd.  The 1,990 page bill is nearly 1,000 pages longer than the original House bill, H.R. 3200.
    Do you trust a 2,000-page health insurance reform bill to keep your life and liberty intact? Will your Representatives read it? They didn’t bother to read the first House bill when it was only 1,018 pages

    . Here are just 11 of many concerns in the bill: More

    Mark Dankof’s America: the history and ideology of the Mujahedin-e-Khalq

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    RBNlogoMark Dankof’s America on RBN Radio

    Anne Singleton on the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MeK/MKO):
    … Anne Singleton covers the history and ideology of the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MeK) for one hour on Mark Dankof’s America on the Republic Broadcasting Network…
    Republican Broadcasting Network, October 25, 2009

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    One hour Program

     

    Link to the Audio file (One hour, 13 MB)
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    Also read:
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    Dr. Paul Sheldon Foote on the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (Mek/MKO): Mark Dankof’s America on RBN Radio

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    … Cal State-Fullerton professor, Dr. Paul Sheldon Foote, covers the history and ideology of the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MeK) for two hours on Mark Dankof’s America on the Republic Broadcasting Network…
    Republican Broadcasting Network, October 18, 2009
    http://republicbroadcasting.org/

                         
                          (Professor Paul Sheldon Foote)

    Two hour program

    Link to the First Part      (one hour Audio file)

    Link to the Second Part (one hour Audio file)

    Link: to Mark Dankof’s on RBN radio October 18/
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    Cal State-Fullerton professor, Dr. Paul Sheldon Foote, covers the history and ideology of the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MeK) for two hours on Mark Dankof’s America on the Republic Broadcasting Network.
    Dr. Foote’s sites include:

    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/traitorsusa, http://360.yahoo.com/paulsheldonfoote, http://www.youtube.com/paulsheldonfoote , and http://business.fullerton.edu/accounting/pfoote.
    A current Iranian web site which discusses the Muhahedin-e-Khalq is that of the Habilian Association at http://www.habilian.com.
    Mark Dankof’s own article on the MeK is entitled, The Mujahedin-e-Khalq: The Peril of Paradox in American Middle East Policy.”
     

    NSA Supercenters to Store Americans’ Private Data Permanently

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    The New American Magazine    

    http://www.thenewamerican.com/

    By Thomas R. Eddlem

    October 29, 2009 “New American —  The National Security Agency is building huge new storage facilities to store the unconstitutionally gained data on the American people’s telephone calls and Internet traffic permanently, including new buildings in suburban Salt Lake City, Utah, and San Antonio, Texas.

    The NSA has been keeping permanent records of all American’s telephone call habits and Internet traffic since shortly after September 11, 2001, according to major news reports, without the constitutionally required warrants from a court. More

    Fake Cow Ears and Defibrillators

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    By: Lynn Swearingen

    Copyright © 2009 All rights reserved

    “The potential for RFID tagging of livestock is billions yearly and the potential for radio tagging of food is in trillions a year…”

     U.S. Vs Canada Smack Down in October? 090115a2

    Not exactly how you expected to start your day is it? A little background might be in order.

    In 1990 the creation of the National Advisory Board on Animal Identification was created to begin offering livestock traceability initiatives in Canada. Not content to use the systems in place that had proven effect in cost, labor and common sense, the Advisory Board determined that streamlining through Rfid tagging and individual reporting of livestock was the way to go.

    Determining the total cost for this voluntary program over the past 19 years is impossible. I’d like to say names have been changed to protect the innocent, but it is more likely the “Program” and    Canadian Government simply don’t want the public to know the tax burden they bear. One can find the most recent funding totals $20 million over the next 3 years from The Canadian Industry Traceability Infrastructure Program. More

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