Thursday, June 28, 2012

If You mix Black with White you always get Grey

Of late there appears to be a lot of confusion between the three branches of power; Judicial – Executive – Legislative.  What once were clear, crisp delineations of black and white are now a swirl of grey.

    • Congress writes law
    • The Senate determines if the law is affordable, approves it and sends it back to Congress
    • The Executive approves or rejects the laws as presented by the House
    • The People may question their actions when they believe that the Rule of Law has been unjustly administered
    • The Judiciary is then called upon to determine whether or not to rule “for” or “against” the constitutionality of the case
    • No where within the separation of powers does it allow for the Supreme Court to write law or “fix” a bad one

We the People have been shafted again.

YiT ~  Shelly

Supreme Court is De Facto Legislature

Thursday, 28 Jun 2012 07:06 PM  By Bradley Blakeman

Bradley A. Blakeman's Perspective: If ever there was an example of judicial activism and a court legislating from the bench, look no further than the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court’s majority opinion on Obamacare.
The Supreme Court of the United States became a de facto legislature when it decided that Obamacare is constitutionally grounded in Congress’ powers to tax — in spite of the fact that President Obama and the Democrats in Congress who carried the bill insisted that it was not.
The Obamacare legislation as written does not set forth that it is established as part of Congress’ powers to levy taxes. If it had, there never would have been a challenge to the high court.
The ruling raises a number of questions:

  • If the bill is silent as to the funding of it, how is it possible for the court to interpret the intent of Congress?
  • Isn’t it the job of the Supreme Court to remand the bill back to Congress for further consideration as the basis upon which the bill is sustained constitutionally?
  • Where does the Supreme Court get the power to act in the place of Congress?
The court routinely remands cases back to inferior courts for further determination.
Isn’t that what the Supreme Court did just the other day on immigration, when they remanded Arizona’s immigration case back to the 9th Circuit for further consideration?
In 2009, shortly before the president addressed a joint session of Congress, he granted an interview to ABC News’ George Stephanopooulos in which he made clear that his healthcare bill would not be sustained through taxation on any American:

Click here to read Mr. Blakeman’s full opinion.

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Follow the Ideology

If you’ve never heard of PJTV or Bill Whittle, then I encourage you to follow the embedded links here and become a follower and supporter of them.

Mr. Whittle puts out some very well documented and presented material from the perspective of the Constitution and what’s “right” in the world.  Throughout PJTV’s rise in popularity and Mr. Whittle’s career as a contributor, I have found more profound common sense in their short existence than the multi-decades of the MSM and their decline into insignificance.  What’s the difference?  PJTV and contributor’s like Mr. Whittle, have no allegiance to a party.  Their allegiance is to “We the People”.

So as the wise Mr. Whittle has defined here; “follow the ideology” and share this video.  Possibly with a lot more pressure from “We the People”, the media will do their job and expose the evil, uncaring, “the ends justifies the means”, ideology that spawned the “Fast and Furious” Justice Department program.

YiT ~  Shelly

Monday, June 25, 2012

Communitarianism is the new vision for Communism ~ for “You”

Found this article on the Whatcom Excavator and decided to put together a collage of items that show how this is not a hoax.  This is not a joke.  This is a plan which has been well thought out, well funded, global in scope and well on its way.

YiT ~  Shelly

Link to “Whatcom 2031”, the Whatcom County visioning plan for implementation of Agenda 21 into the local planning for Whatcom County.

Link to “Envision Skagit 2060”, the Skagit County visioning plan for implementation of Agenda 21 into the local planning for Skagit County.

Link to “Transforming America”, by Henry Lamb – “The endgame of sustainable development”

“Behind the Green Mask”, Rosa Koire speaking on the ACTION plan of Agenda 21 for Sustainable Development.  The Agenda for the 21st Century.

Saturday, June 23, 2012

“GREEN” is the new “RED”

What more do we need to know that hasn’t already been exposed?  The green movement was infiltrated and taken over by the red movement.  It was a perfect marriage.  The green movement is religiously based to the point of zealotry, but they insist that their Gaia worship is nothing like the Christian, Jewish, Catholic, Muslim or any other “faith” based worship.  The red movement is based in atheism, so they were easily able to merge into a “watermelon”.

As anyone who takes the time to deeply understand a watermelon, it’s tasty, juicy, sweet and there’s absolutely no nutritional value to it.

Are you fed-up with “greenies” influential take-over of local government and legislating a faith based, enviro-economy, that is bankrupting us all?  I am!

YiT ~  Shelly


The U.N. Conference on Sustainable Development closed Friday in Rio de Janeiro after having brought 100 world leaders and more than 45,000 people to Brazil to discuss reconciling economic and environmental aspirations. While the global summit itself has already cost tens of millions of dollars, world-wide adoption of far-reaching policy to address global warming may end up costing more. Glenn Beck sat down with several authors and analysts during his broadcast Friday who are skeptical of global warming and the effects of policy aimed at advocating green jobs. Twenty years ago the U.N. held the same summit in Rio that would give birth to a renewed enthusiasm in environmentalism and global warming awareness. The panel on GBTV Friday broke down the views and policy advocated by activists coming out of Rio in 1992, and how their predictions have proven to be inconsistent and extremely expensive.

Click here to read the full story and find the video.

Green ‘drivel’ exposed

The godfather of global warming lowers the boom on climate change hysteria




lovelockPicJames Lovelock is a world-renowned scientist and environmentalist.

Two months ago, James Lovelock, the godfather of global warming, gave a startling interview to in which he acknowledged he had been unduly “alarmist” about climate change.

The implications were extraordinary.

Lovelock is a world-renowned scientist and environmentalist whose Gaia theory — that the Earth operates as a single, living organism — has had a profound impact on the development of global warming theory.

Unlike many “environmentalists,” who have degrees in political science, Lovelock, until his recent retirement at age 92, was a much-honoured working scientist and academic.

His inventions have been used by NASA, among many other scientific organizations.

Lovelock’s invention of the electron capture detector in 1957 first enabled scientists to measure CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons) and other pollutants in the atmosphere, leading, in many ways, to the birth of the modern environmental movement.

Having observed that global temperatures since the turn of the millennium have not gone up in the way computer-based climate models predicted, Lovelock acknowledged, “the problem is we don’t know what the climate is doing. We thought we knew 20 years ago.” Now, Lovelock has given a follow-up interview to the UK’s Guardian newspaper in which he delivers more bombshells sure to anger the global green movement, which for years worshipped his Gaia theory and apocalyptic predictions that billions would die from man-made climate change by the end of this century.

Click here to read the full story.

Monday, June 18, 2012

More Evidence of the Miocene Epoch Warming Period

This website is just an absolute wealth of insight.  Could we possibly get WWU’s “Huxley College” to incorporate just a little bit of the knowledge and common sense that comes from an open perspective on science?

YiT ~  Shelly

NASA: Study Finds Ancient Warming Greened Antarctica

Posted on June 18, 2012 by Anthony Watts

It seems Antarctica once had vegetation and had a lot of rain.

Artist's rendition of Antarctica
This artist’s rendition created from a photograph of Antarctica shows what Antarctica possibly looked like during the middle Miocene epoch, based on pollen fossil data. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Dr. Philip Bart, LSU  › Full image and caption

PASADENA, Calif. — A new university-led study with NASA participation finds ancient Antarctica was much warmer and wetter than previously suspected. The climate was suitable to support substantial vegetation — including stunted trees — along the edges of the frozen continent.

The team of scientists involved in the study, published online June 17 in Nature Geoscience, was led by Sarah J. Feakins of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, and included researchers from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., and Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge.

Read the full story here.

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Is it any wonder?

When we indoctrinate the youth to believe unsubstantiated, thus false science as truth in our K-12 education, in our halls of higher learning, is it any wonder that the suicide rate is up?  Is it any wonder that the artistic community has turned to darkness?  Is this what we send our children to school for?  Wake-up and smell the hypocrisy that has been written into our text books, sold to the educators and is causing the next generation to believe that they are a cancer to “Mother Earth”.

YiT ~  Shelly

As Greece goes, so goes the Euro

When governments become too big to fail and borrow from institutions that they themselves are too big to fail, where will the people left to fend for themselves run to?  Too big to fail in monopolistic companies or governments are always a bad idea.

YiT ~  Shelly