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Operation Digital Angel

By Paul Wylie, published on Apr 9, 2011

It's funny how we miss the huge issues streaking toward us as we go about our daily lives. As most of us, myself included, worry about the issues before us today, we almost never see the controversial subject creeping slowly and insidiously into our lives until they're already upon us.

For years now, the readers of future trends have been screaming from the rooftops about RFID chips, and how the intention is to eventually implant a chip into every human being on the planet as well as everything that is manufactured on the planet. RFID, or Radio Frequency Identification, is already implanted... (more)

Tags: politics, business, truth, government, privacy, information, implants, chips, intrusion

All Enemies, Foreign And Domestic

By Paul Wylie, published on Apr 8, 2011

...principles on which our nation has been built up. It regards Christianity as the foundation of our national morality and the family as the basis of national life.”

“It is the purpose of the Government to fill our whole culture once more with a Christian spirit, and that not only in politics. We want to burn out the harmful features in our theater and our literature.”

“The Government, being resolved to undertake the political and moral purification of our public life, is creating and securing the conditions necessary for a really profound revival of religious... (more)

Tags: politics, courts, republicans, democrats, economy, war, truth, poverty, politicians, lies, money, u.s., treason, elites, rich, agendas, judges

Journalistic Dumpster Diving

By Paul Wylie, published on Apr 1, 2011

Heralded as a perfectly acceptable alternative lifestyle by MSNBC, a series of articles by staff writer Allison Linn has angered and infuriated many advocates for the poor across the land. The articles, hawked as a 'special report', include the disgusting notion that it's perfectly acceptable in these days of hard times, to go 'dumpster diving' or foraging through garbage cans for the essentials one needs in life, including food.

Written in a writing style that tries to be cute in the way the people who were followed tell their stories, the series chronicles the adventures of a group... (more)

Tags: politics, republicans, democrats, children, poverty, media, politicians, lies, suffering

I am not Proud to be an American

By Caballero_69, published on Mar 27, 2011

On bumper stickers and t-shirts, the slogan “Proud to be an American” appears. This is a sentiment shared by many and voiced by some in diverse venues.

When people display, say or write “Proud to be an American”, one may ask why? Even if one asks this only of oneself.

Does pride arise from the payment of huge bonuses to Wall Street executives after they drove their firms into the ground and our economy over a cliff? Perhaps, it arises from the impunity with which oil companies demand the right to resume offshore drilling and sternly warn that moratoriums are job killers. Another... (more)

Tags: politics, america, violence, american, equality, citizenship, hate groups, activism

To Submit Meekly, Or To Exercise Your Rights

By Paul Wylie, published on Mar 21, 2011

Submission to authority has been drummed into the heads of every person on the planet. Virtually universal in demanding compliance, governments lay down a set of laws to be followed by the populace, albeit, in most cases, to maintain some semblance of order.

In times past, the People of the United States had no real way of understanding the abuses of power that were perpetrated upon them, and so unwittingly contributed to ever growing intrusions of government into their lives. Ignorance being bliss, the People accepted the status of being little more than producing cattle, while those... (more)

Tags: politics, republicans, democrats, hitler, america, constitution, elections, freedom

The Eyesore Of The World

By Paul Wylie, published on Mar 21, 2011

Four large wind turbines stand atop John Paul Jones Hill. The highest point in the area, the place named after one of our Revolutionary War heroes looks out over almost the entire affront to decency and freedom called Guantanamo Bay. Once a proud U.S. Naval Base, standing tall in the face of Castro's dictatorship, the site has become synonymous with torture and human rights abuses.

When President Bush announced his war on a noun to the world, he and others within in his administration knew that in order to pretend to be producing results they would have to start taking prisoners, it... (more)

Tags: obama, politics, republicans, democrats, gitmo, lies, rights, abuses, prisoners

Let's Blame It All On The Poor

By Paul Wylie, published on Mar 14, 2011

Once more in the heat of a national budget crisis brought on by Wall Street bankers, one that may determine if we survive as a nation, the right wingers and those full of hatred for everyone that do not think as they do, once again attempt to turn the poor into an issue. Once more screaming about massive waste and abuses by the people who are on either Medicaid, TANF, Food Stamps, or any of the other alphabet soup of programs designed to help those less fortunate.

So called 'think tank' publications exhort the wisdom of massive cutbacks to all entitlement programs, without also imparting... (more)

Tags: medicine, politics, republicans, democrats, health, america, poverty, medicaid

The Trumpet Summons Us Again

By Caballero_69, published on Mar 1, 2011

“I went to sleep with the hope that made America famous. I had the kind of a dream that maybe they're still trying to teach in school. Of the America that made America famous...and of the people who just might understand that how together yes we can create a country better than the one we have made of this land. We have a choice to make each man who dares to dream, reaching out his hand a prophet or just a crazy, dazed dreamer or a fool - yes a silly fool.”

What Made America Famous by Harry Chapin

Reaching back at least to June of 1968 and perhaps to January of 1961, America... (more)

Tags: politics, patriotism, children, crisis, citizenship, republic

America's Lazy Working Poor

By Paul Wylie, published on Feb 10, 2011

Unknown to the American public at large, most especially those who are too young to remember, President Lyndon Johnson declared a war on poverty during his State Of The Union address on January 8th, 1964. His vision and plan for a great new society, one that treated all of the citizens of the United States with a sense of fairness and an opportunity for all to move upward on the economic ladder was swiftly undermined by the up and coming neo-con faction. A faction that has slowly and insidiously worked to destroy America's enjoyment of a better life for all save the wealthy. The first of the... (more)

Tags: politics, america, society, poverty, homelessness, abuse, government

In Deepwater

By Paul Wylie, published on Jan 17, 2011

Floating unused in the Coast Guard's Baltimore shipyard are no less than eight cutters that were just delivered a few months ago. Completely useless, the ships are slated to be dismantled instead of patrolling the seas seeking out terrorists, drug smugglers, and illegal aliens.

Designed and destined to become an integral part of the Homeland Security apparatus, these ships, built by a joint venture between Lockheed Martin and Northrup Grumman corporations called Integrated Coast Guard Systems, or ICGS, were so shoddily built that they could not perform the tasks that were assigned to... (more)

Tags: fraud, politics, coast guard, miltary, government waste, embezzlement, theft

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