Weekend Link dump

Red Alert: Confidential witness ready to blow up Clinton and Holder confirmations with dirt on the Marc Rich pardon, Doug Ross

I can’t think of a better way for Obama to finally be rid of Her Thighness than to have her publicly humiliated with this garbage.

But then, Obama wouldn’t be behind this. No. Never. Henh.

A Libertarian Defense of Social Conservatism, By Randall Hoven

I’m still searching for the mythical creature that is the “financially conservative, socially liberal” politician. In virtually every case, the pro-abortion or pro-gay marriage politician is the first to vote against a tax cut, the first to vote for more spending and quick to compromise principles on any issue there is.

Using the National Journal’s ratings of Senators in 2007 , the correlation coefficient between “economic” scores and “social” scores is 90%. That means they almost always go together; financial conservatives are social conservatives and vice versa. Every Senator scoring above 60 in economic issues, scored above 50 in social ones. Every Senator scoring below 40 in economic issues, scored below 50 in social ones. If there is such an animal as a “financial conservative, social liberal”, it does not exist in the US Senate.

NBC News Obtains Videotape of 9/11 Hijacker Being Coached by al-Qaida Handlers, Breitbart

Who knew the evil Chimpy McHaliburton could be so devious? Chances are, the emergence of this tape will make little difference to the troofers and at least half the democrats in NY.

Muslim Fanatics ‘Hijack British Prison’, Daily (uk) Express

MUSLIM prisoners have launched a reign of terror inside a top security British jail.

The fanatics are forcing fellow inmates to convert to Islam or face punishment beatings.

One man who stood up to the thugs was branded with a lump of hot metal, according to a prison source.

The crisis at Whitemoor jail in Cambridgeshire has led to calls by staff for the 100 Muslim inmates there to be dispersed to other prisons round the country.

Some Al Qaeda supporters have set up a kangaroo court, sitting in judgment on prisoners and ordering punishments, the source said.

Hawaiian officials admit withholding Obama’s original BC, Israel Insider

Now it’s pretty apparent why Barack Obama made his sudden, last minute visit to Honolulu. It wasn’t Granny’s health problems that interested him but Hawaii’s Health Department.

The strategy may have backfired. A statement by Hawaiian officials Friday that they have seen but won’t release an “original” birth certificate that has never been released raises more questions than it answers.

Time for a Bank Holiday, The Nation

Here is the ugly, unofficial truth that neither Wall Street nor the government will acknowledge: the pinnacle of the US financial system is broke–with perhaps $2 trillion in rotten financial assets on the books. Nobody knows, exactly. The bankers won’t say, and regulators won’t ask, or at least don’t dare tell the public. Official silence naturally feeds the conviction that banking’s problems are far worse than we’ve been told. The Levy Economics Institute of Bard College puts it plainly: “It is probable that many and perhaps most financial institutions are insolvent today–with a black hole of negative net worth that would swallow Paulson’s entire $700 billion in one gulp.”

The World is Coming to an End (And it might even have a happy ending), Financial Sense Univ

We are facing a depression that will rival that of the Great Depression of the 1920’s and may more closely resemble the Greater Depression of 1873.

There are going to be stock market rallies within this bear market, and that will be the time for those still holding and hoping to get out before the bear really begins to claw in 2009.

Before this secular Bear Market is over, we are going to new lows in all indices, more than 3500 banks will close, unemployment will surge, there will be violence in the streets and people will kill you to get what you have.

UBS may need extra bailout, swissinfo

Switzerland’s biggest bank, UBS, could receive another bailout if it faces more difficulties under the global financial crisis, the Federal Banking Commission says.

So, who’s next in the bailout parade?

Citi to get bailout,

WASHINGTON – The federal government agreed Sunday to take unprecedented steps to stabilize Citigroup Inc. by moving to guarantee close to $300 billion in troubled assets weighing on the bank’s books, according to people familiar with details of the plan.

Treasury has agreed to inject an additional $20 billion in capital into Citigroup under terms of the deal hashed out between the bank, the Treasury Department, the Federal Reserve, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Treasury officials will charge a higher interest rate for the capital injection — 8% for the first few years — than it has charged to dozens of other banks now borrowing money under the government’s the $700 billion rescue package approved by Congress last month.

10 Responses

  1. The Supreme Court CANNOT DUCK Obama’s Birth Certificate Constitutional Crisis (albeit the media blackout on the issue). The messiah will NOT become President! This 90-minute blogradio program explains why:


  2. Damn. I suppose we better buy another shotgun and more shells for home defense.

    Just in case.

  3. Odie’s gettin’ pretty old and feeble, too.

    If it weren’t for the livestock, I’d be picking up some pit bulls from the pound.

  4. I dunno, y’all. Do you think we’re in for TEOTWAWKI with blood running in the streets, or just a recession?

  5. I’m thinking blood in the streets

  6. Yeah, Jax Sheriff’s Office killed two people in the early a.m. in separate armed robbery incidents.

    That’s one way of keepin’ ’em off the streets.

  7. SwampMan and I were discussing it earlier. He’s afraid that everything is going to break down and there will be a lot of hungry, desperate people out there that don’t have the first idea about how to hunt, fish, or garden.

    I hope not, but it would be prudent to plan for it just in case.

  8. You know, I hate to think it could get that bad.
    The wolf-packs (2-legged variety) cause me some concern

  9. The wolf packs are already running wild here. Not safe to be out after dark.

  10. There are always crime waves in economic down turns.
    If this cycle is much worse than others, or is prolonged, the level of crime will rise precipitously.
    Talked with an old bud tonight, on his way back from bagging a buck near Abilene, and one of the businesses he owns/co-owns in our old home town, is a pawn shop. He not only has run out of every semi-auto rifle he had, he can’t get any, and he is selling as many guns in a week as he used to every one or two months.
    Now, the vast majority of those folks are looking to protect themselves, but if the economy continues to skid, some of those folks will be effected, and may feel the need to feed their families, or themselves, exceeds the risk of becoming a criminal.
    I’ve got to go to a gun show with my oldest bruh this weekend, he is looking for an assault rifle chambered for the .308Winchester. I’ve already told him to expect a limited supply, with prices exceeding fifteen hundred. He also is looking for another handgun.
    Unitl a year ago, he had no firearms.
    If there is to be blood in the streets, much of it will be from those attempting crime.
    Thank God we don’t have the civil unrest they had in the 1920’s, when the veterans marched on Washington, and their shanty-towns were plowed over by tanks.

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