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War Turned Backwards

Dear Mr. Terrorist


by Gordon Duff, Staff Writer

Hello and Happy New Year from an American friend.  I hope your new year is one that offers both health, spirtual enlightenment and an opportunity to learn what you have gotten yourself into before its too late.  Take a look at that man beside you, the one who will some day hand you a bomb and tell you to kill yourself and, maybe, dozens of women and children, many Muslims.  Are you really sure he is who he says he is?  Like the "Al Qaeda" leaders in Yemen, you know, the ones who Dick Cheney decided to release for some unknown reason, are you, maybe, taking orders from someone like this?

You remember Usama bin Laden, Sallahu Alayhi Wa Sallams, do you not?  Remember why he said he had nothing to do with the 9/11 attacks?  He said the Koran would not allow it. Does not the Koran say this is sin?  Look at poor Abdulmutallab, sitting in a prison in Milan, Michigan.  How do you think he was helped thru airport after airport, all run by Israelis, put on a plane full of Muslims, men, women, families,  going back to their home in Detroit, Fi AmanAllah, with orders to blow it up?.

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Exeter - January 9 Winter Farmers' Market

Winter Farmers’ Market: Saturday, January 9, 35 farmers, fishermen and food producers will be in the cafeteria of the new Exeter High School in Exeter, NH from 10am-2pm, selling their meats, cheeses, milk, eggs, vegetables, fish and shrimp, prepared foods, baked goods, honey and maple syrup! You can find a full list of participating vendors and the products they will be selling at The new Exeter High School is located at 1 Blue Hawk Drive, or 315 Epping for GPS.

Seacoast area farmers and food producers have expanded their offerings in response to customers seeking fresh, wholesome, sustainable foods and this season’s winter markets include a wide diversity of local products. Shoppers can look forward to filling their tote bags with a wide variety of vegetables including salad greens, broccoli, bok choi, kale, radishes, cabbage, lettuce, winter squash, carrots, potatoes, turnips, onions, garlic, and parsnips. Local, sustainable meats and seafood will be for sale such as beef, pork, chicken, lamb, duck, goat, turkey, lobster, and shrimp as well as dairy products including eggs, milk, and cheeses. Honey, maple syrup, prepared foods and baked goods round out the farmers’ market making the market a one-stop shopping opportunity for local food.

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Daily News from the Veterans Today Network 

Oppression by the Bureaucrazy

Jailed Wisconsin Veteran Case Gets More Bizarre

by Mike Leon, Staff Writer

What does the U.S. government do with a veteran who blows the whistle on the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs (DVA) shreddergate scandal?

A Wisconsin veteran who badgered the DVA as he "tenaciously pursued his claim for disability benefits," telling DVA staff that they are a bunch of "bureaucratic assholes found out!.

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Let NH Vote - Press Conference Notice 

Notice: Press Conference on Tuesday 1:00pm, January 5, 2010, at Legislative Office Building in Concord, NH

Today, January 4, citizens from every county in New Hampshire will deliver citizen’s petitions to their Town Hall to have an Article placed on the Warrant for their March 9th Town Meeting.  This is in response to the law which took effect January 1st that redefined “marriage” to include homosexual relationships.

The question voters will be asked on March 9th is intended to determine the will of the New Hampshire voters concerning the marriage debate.

This grass roots effort has been preparing for months to launch the “Let NH Vote” campaign.  Petitioners from 9 of New Hampshire’s 10 Counties will gather at the Legislative Office Building at 1:00pm on Tuesday, January 5, 2010 to announce the details of this initiative.


CEI Weekly: Looking Back on 2009 

>>In the News: A 2009 Recap

2009 has been noted in CEI's history as an important year in the fight for liberty. Among the events that occurred in 2009, such as the Waxman-Markey Cap and Trade bill,  the silencing of EPA climate change skeptic, Alan Carlin, and the Supreme Court case against Sarbanes Oxley,

2009 was also a significant year in terms of events that happened in the past. 2009 was the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and also the 25th anniversary of the founding of CEI. But the best is yet to come as CEI's work becomes more recognized and, thus, reaches more readers. This is evidenced in one example as CEI's William Yeatman's article on Copenhagen has been translated into Korean and is also published on Korean news site,

>>Shaping the Debate

Seven Quotes About Communism

Sam Kazman's op-ed in the Washington Examiner

No Government in the Bedroom

Michelle Minton's letter to the editor in the Los Angeles Times

>>Best of the Blogs 

Is ObamaCare’s “Individual Mandate” Unconstitutional?

by Hans Bader

Obamacare is certainly controversial, with most Americans opposing it. It would reduce lifesaving medical innovation, raise many taxes, drive up insurance premiums and the deficit, break many campaign promises, and impose heavy burdens on state budgets. . . But bad policy is not synonymous with unconstitutionality. If the “individual mandate” is struck down, it will be because of Congress imposed it directly, rather than as a condition of states receiving federal funds, and clumsily drafted the penalties for the mandate in way that takes them outside the reach of its tax powers.

Michigan Senate not "FAIR" and it's a Good Thing

by Michelle Minton

The Michigan Senate recessed last week without passing the proposed insurance reforms that would, among other things, prevent insurers from using factors such as education level, occupation, credit scores, and would prevent them from setting rates without approval from the state’s insurance commissioner. The proposal which was passed in the House hopes to reduce Michigan’s exorbitant premiums which rank among the highest in the nation.

Say no to EFCA in 2010

by Ivan Osorio

The first calendar year of the Obama administration draws to a close with organized labor not achieving its top legislative priority: the horribly misnamed Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA). That doesn’t mean that union-supported Democrats are going to stop trying. We should expect to see “compromise” proposals that replace EFCA’s most controversial provision, the “card check” provision that would effectively do away with secret balloting in union representation elections, with some form of “expedited” election process, or possibly take out card check and leave the rest of the bill intact. 

>>LibertyWeek Podcast

Episode 74: TSA Under Fire

We investigate the Department of Homeland Security’s antiterrorism efforts, China’s climate change conundrum and California’s chance at closing her budget gap. We finish with some dangerous snowballing in the streets and the last echoes in the Ballad of Kwame Kilpatrick.