Thursday, September 16, 2010

9/17 Christopher Neefus,John LeBoutillier,Rob Sanchez,Dr. Richard Amerling

Talkback Fri Sep 17, 2010
Chuck Wilder Noon - 2 PM PDST

Christopher Neefus Correspondent for CNS News. Today is Constitution Day but; Ohio’s Andover Township have denied the use of their public square for a celebration of Constitution Day because of the “political affiliation” of its organizers." (

John Laboutillier Boots Blast and NewsMax.Com "The Coming GOP-Tea Party Train Wreck,This year's elections are going to be a smash success especially for the Tea Party movement, Emphasis on the word "movement" because the Tea Party is not a political party" (

Rob Sanchez Job Destruction Newsletter and writer for CAPS and VDARE.Com " Another look at the movie Machete, also a report on the fastest growing jobs in America" ( (

Dr. Richard Amerling Director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons. Dr. Amerling is the author of the Physicians' Declaration of Independence. "He is Warning of Enslavement by Health Insurance." (


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  1. Comrades, Colleagues, and Patriots:
    Constitution Day and POW/MIA Day observances fall on the same day this year, Friday, September 17, 2010.
    Constitution Day marks the anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787, at Independence Hall in Philadelphia by thirty-nine of the fifty-five delegates to the Constitutional Convention, of which George Washington was elected as president and presiding officer by unanimous vote. It was ultimately ratified by all the states by 1791.
    The unprecedented signing of a Constitution in the name of “We, the People,” is a milestone in liberty which changed not only America, but the world. (Please see my more detailed commentary at .)
    Another milestone in liberty was the establishment of POW/MIA Day in the United States, affirming our American commitment to honor all those who served and suffered in defense of our liberty as prisoners of war, and our commitment to ultimately account for all of the more than 80,000 military still missing in action from WWII to today.
    More information on POW/MIA Day is available from The National League of POW/MIA. Please see their website at
    The American Ex-Prisoners of War provide much information on prisoners of war at their website:
    These organizations deserve support. You may want to contact them if only to say: “Thank you.”
    May the American nation they served embrace, and honor, each and every prisoner of war, each member of the military services missing in action, and each and all of their families on this POW/MIA Day 2010 -- and on every day.
    --Rees Lloyd, humbly, in an attitude of gratitude

  2. I just posted an article about the jobs issue. It's bad news for computer/IT workers.

    Fortune Magazine’s Bedecarre and Olster Fumble “Fastest Growing Jobs” Story, by Rob Sanchez, Vdare

  3. Great Post, good work!