Awesome Videos, a Quote and an Article

How many kings”  (Wonderful videos about our Savior!… …And His Wonderful, Amazing Creation!)  “The Beauty of Pollination
It looks just like the Enterprise!

Cool Ron Paul Add

Quote of the Day:
“In the first half of the 20th century, we got widespread use of the automobile, the airplane, the telephone, electricity, radio and television, indoor plumbing, air conditioning and refrigeration, the computer, nuclear power and rockets.
All we got in the second half of the 20th century were some improvements on one of those inventions, the computer, with the personal computer, the Internet and the iPhone. (Boomers were more focused on acid trips than space trips and dropped the ball on the hard work of pushing scientific progress forward.)”.
Ann Coulter, “
The Newt [Gingrich] history you ought to know“, Dec. 7, 2011 – “The Daily Caller

Obama Watch:
Organizing the Takers Against the Makers
by Peter Ferrara, Dec. 7, 2011 – “American Spectator
“These people can’t count. Alan Reynolds explains in yesterday’s Wall Street Journal why. The CBO study estimated incomes from individual income tax returns. And income on those returns was not the same in 1979 as in 2007. Because of the Reagan revolution in tax policy reducing the top individual income tax rate from 70 percent in 1979 to 28 percent in 1986, billions in business income switched to reporting on individual tax returns rather than corporate tax returns. So the top 1% weren’t earning any bigger share of income than before. They were just reporting it on a different tax form.”


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