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Loans to Unqualified People

Mark, perhaps you will be kind enough to forward this to Kate Obenshain. 

 

TO: Kate Obenshain:  I saw this week on O’Reilly you did not have the facts at hand to refute Bill O’Reilly’s assertion that loans to unqualified people were not a significant factor in the housing crisis.  Also he does not know that President Obama only received 31% of the VEP (aka Registered vote).  SEE BELOW: Census/Federal Register and Boston Federal Reserve Bank.  http://www.bostonfed.org/commdev/closing-the-gap/closingt.pdf

 

Since Teddy Roosevelt (1904) no President has received more than 36% support from the voter-eligible-population (VEP). A country divided is not something new, or something old.  President Obama won just 31% of the VEP. (Dec. 2008 count).  The media characterizes this plurality of votes as a mandate to justify the President (any President for that matter) imposing his will, or vision upon us. Not one President in over 100 years, in fact, has received a legitimate mandate to impose his vision on America.  This also applies to nearly all local elected officials who rarely receive more than 27% of the VEP.  As Casey Stengel used to say, “You can look it up!”   Page 15, Free Chapter 1, from:  Romancing The Voters  By Fred Schnaubelt www.VotersTruth.com 

http://elections.gmu.edu/FAQ.html#VEP?

VEP, VAP, Registered Voters have different definitions.
VEP2012
VEP2008

http://www.census.gov/compendia/statab/2008/cats/elections/votingage_population_and_voter_participation.html

2012 President Obama received 64,430,488 votes divided by 221,925,820 = 29% of VEP (aka registered voters). 2008 President Obama received 69,498,526 votes divided by 213,313,508 = 32.5.2% of VEP (aka registered voters).

Different agencies and different tally dates have results ranging from 27% to 32.5%. (Certainly not a majority other than by those who show up).

 

Frank’s fingerprints are all over the financial fiasco

By Jeff Jacoby, Globe Columnist / September 28, 2008
‘THE PRIVATE SECTOR got us into this mess. The government has to get us out of it.”

That’s Barney Frank’s story, and he’s sticking to it.

 

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First Thanksgiving With Children

How you can discuss the First Thanksgiving with children

By FRED SCHNAUBELT

 

In the stories of the first Thanksgiving sometimes the most important lesson is lost, the world-shattering evolution from government or common ownership in early America to private ownership — while famines continued in Europe for another 100 years under its supposed “more humane” common ownership and sharing the wealth.

In 1620, when the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Colony, that colony began in pure and unadulterated communism because whatever was produced was put into a common storehouse to be distributed to each according to need. In other words they practiced what some 200 years later would become the basic tenet of the Communist Party: “From each according to ability to each according to need.”

After two years the Pilgrims dropped this ideal. Why? Because they were starving! Fifty-one of the 104 people who sailed on the Mayflower were dead by the third winter. When people are dying of hunger sometimes they will stop and think.

From the diary of Gov. Bradford, which we have today with the names and ages of the survivors, he called everyone together one evening and in effect said anyone can give out what’s in the storehouse, but this presupposes there is something to distribute, however under our system there is nothing to store.

Come spring we will try a new idea — we’ll assign a parcel and allow each to “plant for his owne perticuler” — in other words, to each according to production or merit, to keep what is produced or trade as seen fit.

When spring came, something phenomenal occurred. Previously only some of the men worked the fields. Now the women and children joined in for survival. What they did was begin to practice the idea of private ownership, not perfectly, but more perfectly than ever before. The ensuing harvest was so bountiful that it gave us the first Thanksgiving Day. As a consequence, there began an era of growth and development that sooner or later had to lead to revolutionary ideas. And it did, the American Revolution, which was a break from all previous history.

No, not that skirmish with King George in 1776 that some call the American Revolution which was a minor fracas as such things go, for men had been killing themselves by the millions arguing over which form of authoritarian government should rule the lives of the common people.

The founding fathers were right-wing extremists by pledging the lives, fortunes and honor

The real American Revolution is that clause in the Declaration of Independence that states that all men are “endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” What this did was remove the king as “sovereign” and put the creator in his place. (In 2013 they would be called right-wingers – I simply call them patriots)

Now it’s one thing to declare independence from authority, but it’s another to put it into effect. So there followed the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. The Bill of Rights is a misnomer because it is not a set of rights but a series of prohibitions, not against the people but against their government.

There’s something like 50 “noes” and “shall nots.” The government shall not abridge freedom of speech, press, religion, right of assembly, nor shall private property be taken without just compensation. The founders were mindful that under Feudalism all land in essence belonged to the sovereign. They fully agreed with John Locke, “The great and chief end, therefore, of men uniting into commonwealths, and putting themselves under government, is the preservation of property … The supreme power cannot take from any man any part of his property without his own consent.” Arthur Lee of colonial Virginia declared, “The right of property is the guardian of every other right, and to deprive a people of this, is in fact to deprive them of their liberty.”

Once this thing got rolling, there was an outburst of creative energy the world had never seen. People did not look to government for sustenance because the government had nothing to give.

So people turned to themselves — and became, in the words of Emerson, “a self-reliant people.” The result: more human progress has been made in the past 200 years than in the previous 2,000. This progress has evolved as the result of a limited government, a market economy and private property — the essence of Americanism.

Today, we’re seeing more and more politicians running away from the American Revolution, and new interpretations of the Constitution are gradually reinstating a feudal land-use rights system in place of private property rights — under the Endangered Species Act, Carbon Emissions legislation, etc. The government becomes the sovereign and in essence owns our property and dictates the type of use, or no use at all, such as open space or endangered habitat — while the title holder/citizen/tenant, in lieu of paying the “sovereign” rent – today, pays property taxes.

Voters no long choose representatives but through Gerrymandering representatives choose their voters.

Is America returning to that era of regulation and commitment to redistributing the wealth of its most productive citizens? Have the lessons of Plymouth Colony irretrievably been lost?


Schnaubelt, president of Citizens for Private Property Rights, was a San Diego city councilman from 1977-81, and author of the new book, Romancing The Voters. Available on line and at http://www.romancingthevoters.comimage001

Sarah Palin Attacked

No woman should be talked about that way. Disgusting behavior needs to be corrected in our society.

Mark Levin slams women’s groups for silence over MSNBC attack on Sarah Palin www.examiner.com

After MSNBC’s Martin Bashir suggested someone defecate and urinate on Sarah Palin, conservative talk show host Mark Levin slammed so-called women’s groups like

Republicans, Conservatives and Libertarians should note, mark and remember well what the Democrats are doing and where they learned it.  My wife lived in the Soviet Union for 35 years. She saw making evil, vile, sensational comments gets these incorrigible, vulgar commentators more national publicity than they would otherwise get in a lifetime. They then offer a public apology without recourse and all is supposed to be forgotten. In public hearings and university campuses they shout down those who disagree with them. The technique was perfected by the communists to intimidate, embarrass, and frighten their targets into silence so the communists could prevail.  They may not be communists but they surely capitalize on techniques that worked for 70 years.

Self Decla​red Socialists In Congress?

Democrats change a 200-year minority Filibuster rule in the U.S. Senate.

What are the 81 Self-declared Socialists in Congress, The Socialist Party of America, Democratic Socialists of America, Congressional Progressive Caucus (2011) up to who are dedicated to “Redistributing Wealth”?  With the Democrats in danger of remaining a minority in the House, losing the Senate in 2014 and losing the White House in 2016 – are they stacking the deck with liberal judges by changing the Senate rules? http://cpc.grijalva.house.gov/caucus-members/
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RACISM 101: Oprah Winfrey, Billionaire, and one of the richest women in the world, flabbergasted us 11/15/13 by saying twice elected President Barack Obama is a victim of racism. Apparently, Oprah, incredibly admired by most of us, feels her and President Obama’s stunning successes are due to American racism. That the more than 360,000 American Northerners and Abolitionists who died during the Civil War abolishing slavery were racists (with no Slave Rebellion explanation). Given that Black Americans collectively had a greater income than all of the Black African Continent (1998) is this also due to racism? Lastly, in A BLACK MAN CONFRONTS AFRICA, American journalist Keith Richburg, after living in Africa for three years, wrote, “Thank God, my nameless ancestor (came to America) in chains and leg irons… Thank God I am an American.” SEE: Chapter 15, Why MLK was a Republican @ www.romancingthevoters.com

 

 

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Antarctica Not Melting: Ice Levels At Record High (Climate Alarmists on the run)

 

Tomer D. Tamarkin says, It is really a silly argument. The solution is to properly go about solving energy over the course of the next 20 to 25 years, Once done fossil fuels are used less and less and this debate is taken off the table for serious discussion. Money is much better spent on solving energy. It has to be done one way or the other. So why wait to the point where the United States has declined to the point of non-recovery. Now we must wake up and regain the lead in the world in high energy plasma physics, math, and education. And, yes, it stats in the home with sound values. Click here and scroll down to our “Who Killed Fusion?” paper and read my opening forward. That should be something everyone agrees on.

 

Fred responds,

  1. Chapter 13, Oil — finite but inexhaustible (a positive outlook)
    “The earth will perish in 7 billion years when the sun burns out,” my astronomy professor told the UCSD class. “Repeat that please,” said a… guy nearby, clearly agitated. After hearing it repeated, with a sigh of relief the student said, “Phew, for a minute I thought you said 7 million years.”
    While we all agree the sun is finite, the sun’s energy is also undeniably inexhaustible. Oil, like the sun, is also finite and inexhaustible. Historically, increases in technology have ensured we may need never fear we’ll run out of oil.
    Furthermore, can you think of any resource that is scarcer today than a hundred — or even a thousand — years ago? The records show most strategic resources, adjusted for inflation, are cheaper today and therefore less scarce.
    According to doomsayers, every barrel extracted since oil was first discovered in Titusville, Pa., reduces the finite supply. Despite the fact that every decade since 1859, when oil was first discovered, the known reserves have increased. Obviously, there’s a lot more oil being discovered than “informed experts” lead us to expect.
    A miracle of the free market: Just think, oil companies can go halfway around the world, punch a 3-mile deep hole in the ground, suck out the oil, ship it to Long Beach or Louisiana, transport it to a refinery, pipe the refined gasoline to your city, and deliver it to your neighborhood gas station for less money per pound than the U.S. government can mail a first class letter across the street. And Congress wants to prosecute the oil companies, not the post office.
    Our biggest obstacle to lower prices is the largest, most powerful cartel in the world — withholding more known oil reserves than within the entire Middle East — the United States government.  http://www.romancingthevoters.com/

 

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FRED SAYS, Scott, Again, what’s your point? Everyone agrees with you that global warming has been going on since the last ice age. It is self-evident to everyone. The only issue — is it anthropogenic (Man-made)? The newest data indicating it is caused by the periodic sun spot cycle is far more persuasive than man-made warming fostered by those who get paid to promote it. Looking at the melting ice caps on other planets adds credibility to it is natural — not man-made. As for fishing grounds, a well preserved fossil forest near the North Pole has been discovered as well as a fishing village and fish fossils in the middle of the Sahara Desert. The earth is alive and experiences constantly changing characteristics. The Royal Navy testified the Artic was melting in 1817, passable waterways for the first time, and more recent U.S. Navy photos of the North Pole show it melted in 1987 and froze solid in 1999. Go slow and tell me again, What’s your point? http://www.john-daly.com/polar/arctic.htm

FRED SAYS,  Facts are facts regardless of source. One pole on earth is shrinking while the other is expanding. Very tiny input errors in computer generated analysis can result in humongous errors across the entire surface of the earth. For the True Believers identified by Eric Hoffer – GIGO! Are human the cause?

SCOTT MCLACLAN SAYS, Fred, Except that the *fact* isn’t factual. The permafrost (defined as the layer of soil at or below the freezing point of water for more than two consecutive years) has been steadily shrinking towards the poles (BOTH poles) for quite some time. As a result, since the surface layer is warming, the ice is melting faster, to the point where we don’t have year round ice. Yes, we do have more of the surface layer of ice, but that layer melts significantly faster than glaciated ice. Plus, there’s a huge difference between the quality and water content of glaciated ice vs surface ice, much like the difference between hardpacked snow and fresh powder. http://goo.gl/VrvyeL
FRED SAYS, The only issue is it anthropogenic (man-made) justifying an international carbon tax? Global Warming means Global (the entire planet) not one polar Cap that periodically expands and contracts with ice as shown in photos over the last 50-100 years. What does your comment on perma-frost have to do with polar ice caps melting on Earth, and also Mars, Jupiter, Pluto and Triton? For those who think SUVs on earth cause Global Warming, the “feeling” is not persuasive. For all those relying on the IPCC reports simply know most of the panelists are not scientists but political appointees that translate the information from scientists for political purposes and money. http://imprimis.hillsdale.edu/file/archives/pdf/2007_08_Imprimis.pdf

Antarctica Not Melting: Ice Levels At Record High | Media Research Center Far from disappearing, Antarctic ice levels reached a record high on Sept. 22. Climate alarmists are now being forced to reconcile this evidence with their unquestioning belief in global warming. http://goo.gl/VrvyeL
- Aug 1, 2013 … NASA says the Martian South Pole’s “ice cap” has been shrinking for three ….. the same size, while its SH polar cap has greatly expanded. http://www.skepticalscience.com/global-warming-on-mars.htm

North Pole 1987 North Pole 1999

North Pole 1987        U.S. Navy Photos             North Pole 1999

 

Scott, Global Warming, everyone agrees, has been taking place since the last ice age. The only issue is it anthropogenic (man-made) justifying an international carbon tax? Global Warming means Global (the entire planet) not one pole that periodically expands and contracts with ice as shown in photos over the last 50-100 years.  What does your comment on perma-frost have to do with polar ice caps melting on Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Pluto and Triton? SUVs on earth causing Global Warming, for those who think so, is not persuasive. For all those relying on the IPCC reports simply know most of the panelists are not scientists but political appointees that translate the information from scientists for political purposes  and money.   http://imprimis.hillsdale.edu/file/archives/pdf/2007_08_Imprimis.pdf

Antarctica Not Melting: Ice Levels At Record High | Media Research Center

www.mrc.org  Far from disappearing, Antarctic ice levels reached a record high on Sept. 22. Climate alarmists are now being forced to reconcile this evidence with their unquestioning belief in global warming.

Fred Schnaubelt Facts are facts regardless of source. One pole on earth is shrinking while the other is expanding. Very tiny input errors in computer generated analysis can result in humongous errors across the entire surface of the earth. For the True Believers identified by Eric Hoffer – GIGO! Are human the cause?

Antarctica Not Melting: Ice Levels At Record High http://goo.gl/VrvyeL Somebody tell Al Gore that his doomsday global warming scam is a BUST!. – Aug 1, 2013 … NASA says the Martian South Pole’s “ice cap” has been shrinking for three ….. the same size, while its SH polar cap has greatly expanded. http://www.skepticalscience.com/global-warming-on-mars.htm

Scott McLachlan Except that the *fact* isn’t factual. The permafrost (defined as the layer of soil at or below the freezing point of water for more than two consecutive years) has been steadily shrinking towards the poles (BOTH poles) for quite some time. As a result, since the surface layer is warming, the ice is melting faster, to the point where we don’t have year round ice. Yes, we do have more of the surface layer of ice, but that layer melts significantly faster than glaciated ice. Plus, there’s a huge difference between the quality and water content of glaciated ice vs surface ice, much like the difference between hardpacked snow and fresh powder.

 

Scott McLachlan Ummm…. context is everything, Fred. There’s lots of NEW ice, but the permafrost is eroding more and more every year. Of course, using the Media Research Center as a source (as I’ve told you before) is an autofail.

Fred Schnaubelt Facts are facts regardless of source. One pole on earth is shrinking while the other is expanding. Very tiny input errors in computer generated analysis can result in humongous errors across the entire surface of the earth. For the True Believers identified by Eric Hoffer – GIGO! Are human the cause? – Aug 1, 2013 … NASA says the Martian South Pole’s “ice cap” has been shrinking for three ….. the same size, while its SH polar cap has greatly expanded. http://www.skepticalscience.com/global-warming-on-mars.htm

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Review by:  Darrell Beck : Every Tea Party member should have a copy of “Romancing the Voters” written by Fred Schnaubelt as reference to historic facts and to avoid being “honeyfuggled” within the world of extreme political chicanery. It answers many questions posed by “progressives” to humiliate and demean pariots who are merely trying to restore our constitutional republic. -Darrell Beck, Ramona Tea’d, member steering committee

Review by: Lawrence Reed : At a time when common sense seems endangered, along comes Fred Schnaubelt with a book of useful information and rhetorical devices that put common sense back into political debate. If you want to influence others for good or just put the bad guys in their place, get this book and keep it handy. -Lawrence W. Reed, President, Foundation for Economic Education (www.fee.org)

Review by: Mike McFee : What an excellent compilation and insightful prose on the current direction of American Politics. Mr. Schnaubelt hit this one out of the park. Truly a great historically relevant guidebook, which should be required reading for EVERY congressman today. As an elected official, I appreciate the elevation of these important issues and the historical basis for his writing. Well done! -Michael McFee, City Council, Beaufort, SC

Review by: Jim Elliott : Fred Schnaubelt’s book should be read by all concerned citizens. I have created millions of political direct mail pieces for candidates of both parties. We need sensible elected officials. Support your candidate…write a check or walk precincts. Better yet run for office. America needs you. -Jim Elliott, President, Western Graphics, Lemon Grove CA

Review by: Colin Flaherty : There are two things you should do with this book: 1) Read it. You will learn something important and something funny. I guarantee it. I got a kick out of this quote: “”If you don’t read the newspaper, you’re uninformed. If you read the newspaper, you’re misinformed.” Mark Twain. And 2) Give it as a gift. Even low information voters will get a kick out the in trenches observations that have made Fred Schnaubelt one of the most interesting and distinguished observers and political actors in San Diego. Ever. So get it. -Colin Flaherty, author, White Girl Bleed A Lot

Review by: Richard Wira : Romancing the Voters, don’t get Honeyfuggled is a great handbook for Toastmasters with ideas for at least 15 tested talks. Every week Toastmasters are confronted with, ‘What should I talk about?’ This book will stimulate your thought process regarding many of the questions we are facing today. It will give you ample material to draw from and form your own conclusions. It’s a great read because all of the information is out there; we just don’t have the time to look it up for ourselves.” -Richard Wira, Toastmasters International World Champions of Public Speaking, 2006 Finalist

Review by: Eric Andersen : Former San Diego City Councilman Fred Schnaubelt continues to make himself invaluable to the common man. Romancing the Voters is designed to equip and protect us from the false ideas we face regularly from our local politicians. I look forward each month to receiving Fred’s thoughtful economic insights and analysis and value having a more comprehensive compilation of his ideas. -Eric Andersen, co-founder im2moro (www.im2moro.com)

Review by: Tony Krvaric : Fred Schnaubelt has done a lot of research, compiling interesting, entertaining, and insightful arguments for Liberty-minded Americans who are constantly under fire from “progressive” elites. This handy compendium of political issues is something that can easily be reviewed before engaging in a discussion. Great for “Teachable Moments.”-Tony Krvaric, Chairman, Republican Party of San Diego CountyReview

Review by David Bogan: Thought provoking, rational discussion points defending the views of the “rest of us” who prefer to think on our own and not regurgitate the slanted interpretation in the mainstream media. He points out the morsels of history conveniently forgotten or buried by today’s pundits. Fred intelligently teaches us to look at the actions, not just listen to the words of politicians to understand their true beliefs. He gives us a pleasant, informative guide to navigate the slippery landscapes that are today’s.

Review by Brian Brady: Fred Schnaubelt cuts through the BS and explains the silly side of politics (campaigning) while revealing how dangerous the serious side of politics (governing) is today. He reveals how politicians have figured out how to play “Santa Claus” and “buy” votes by making ridiculous promises. God help us because some of them actually keep those ridiculous promises. A champion of the limited government movement, Fred offers a centuries old remedy for that which ails us— constitutionally constrained government. This is an easy read. It’s entertaining, each topic is relatively short, and Fred’s writing style is easy to understand. Buy this book.

Chapter 1

Democracy and Majority Vote Not What You Think

Despite a very long Romance with the voters, “Democracy” simply means majority rule — for good or bad. No U.S. President or Congress has ever represented the majority of the people, and, almost never more than a third.

Chapter 2

Liberals and Conservatives Think Differently

A curious thing about political opinions is how often the same people line up on opposite sides of different issues.

Chapter 3

Gun Ignorance

About guns, we only know a fraction of what there is to know, more is unknown than known, and most of it wrong.

Chapter 4

Death Penalty

My father was shot in the chest during a 1976 holdup in Dallas by a former employee on parole for murder.

Chapter 5

Bread and Circuses—is the “Tea Party” rooted in ancient Rome?

The world is moved by men of principle. Sad to say, many people fear men and women of principle. 11

Chapter 6

Why Is America Rich?

Americans are richer today in most ways than were kings and queens, princes and potentates historically.

Chapter 7

Media Ignore Individuals in Gap between Rich and Poor

When billionaire Bill Gates walks into McDonald’s, the “average income” of all skyrockets to more than $1 billion.

Chapter 8

Increasing Minimum Wage Would Generate Adverse Result

Those calling for raising the “learning wage” to $9.00 declare even this is not enough to live on, why the hypocrisy? Why not $22.00 an hour?

Chapter 9

The 47 percent Who Don’t Pay Taxes

The Democratic Party has been the “party of the rich” for decades, led by rich media manipulators.

Chapter 10

The Gap Between Ignorance, Misinformation, Disinformation

“A cause of many of our mistakes and problems is ignorance —ignorance of the facts about the rest of the world. 12

Chapter 11

What Is the Purpose of Taxes in Your City?

Professional sports fans said heck, if you’re gonna subsidize the arts we want our share of the fishes and the loaves.

Chapter 12

Kill the Oil Speculators

When speculators acquire oil supplies, they perform a public service, even if unintentional

Chapter 13

Oil Finite But Inexhaustible

The sun is finite; the sun’s energy is undeniably inexhaustible. Oil, like the sun, is finite and inexhaustible.

Chapter 14

Why Martin Luther King was a Republican

“The Democrat Party, from inception ‘til 1964 was the party of slavery, secession and segregation.” Rev. Perryman

Chapter 15

Ronald Reagan Carries a Message to Garcia

Ronald Reagan’s wife pleaded with him not to make her go to another insufferable political event. So he…

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