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Change We Can ALL Believe In!

Posted: March 31, 2011 in Americana, Banks, Capitalism, China, Christianity, Communications, Constitution, Economy, Faith, Finance, Freedom, Freedom Talk Netcast, Immigration, Indocrination, Jimmy Z, Media, Military, National Defense, Oppression, Orwell, Politics, Rand, Rants, Religion, Second Amendment Rights, Security, Taxes, Technology, Tyranny, Uncategorized, War
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CHANGE WE CAN ALL BELIEVE IN!

When will Americans realize that for our country to change, our leadership and their principles must necessarily change? Supporting any establishment candidate will simply lead to more of the same, and with our country on the precipice of destruction, immediate and decisive measures must be taken, to annihilate all forms of tyranny in our federal, state and local governments.

We must move forward with fiscal conservatism and cost-cutting measures that number in the $500 Billion – $1 Trillion per year mark, instead of the current plan to cut $30-50 Billion, which is essentially useless. Cut taxes across the board for all American citizens, ensure that America’s corporate tax is the lowest in the world, and provide incentives for small businesses and entrepreneurs to bolster their work force, and America will be on the road to prosperity once more.

They are insulting your intelligence, thinking you, your family, your friends, and your neighbors can be used like puppets ~ the fact is that we all know that they are implementing action plans that come straight out of George Orwell’s “1984” and Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged.”

We The People are fully awake and watching, and you have awakened the sleeping giant ~ BEWARE!

God bless you, your family and friends, and God Bless America!

Let’s get to work!

God Bless America and As Always…

Stay Strong,

~ Michael Stollaire

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Libya and Japan: Leadership Under Crisis ~ Part II

Posted: March 22, 2011 in Americana, Banks, Capitalism, China, Christianity, Communications, Constitution, Economy, Faith, Finance, Freedom, Freedom Talk Netcast, Immigration, Indocrination, Jimmy Z, Media, Military, National Defense, Oppression, Orwell, Politics, Rand, Rants, Religion, Second Amendment Rights, Security, Taxes, Technology, Tyranny, Uncategorized, War
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Libya and Japan: Leadership Under Crisis ~ Part II ~ by Michael Stollaire

While most are pondering what is transpiring in Libya and Japan, I am focused in on what’s not happening in America’s Oval Office. The response ~ or should I say, LACK of response… ~ of President Obama is utterly pitiful, and exemplifies the antithesis of what true leaders would execute in the same position. This is not about only Obama, however. I hold all our current so-called “leaders” responsible for the deaths that have occurred, are occurring and will occur in times to come, with regard to both Libya and Japan.


What follows is a bulletized list of what transpired in both these countries, regarding what happened, the errors in judgement that were made, and what I would have recommended as an alternative.

LIBYA

What Happened:

  • Iran Part II ~ Opportunity knocks for America to take the lead by supporting democracy in Libya
  • Uprisings in the streets of Tripoli
  • Opposition forces organize and rise up against Muammar Qaddafi, using the Egyptian model
  • Qaddafi reminds the world that he is a genocidal lunatic, by ensuring the press that he and his family will die before giving up power
  • Qaddafi vows to kill all the rebels using whatever force is necessary

Errors in Judgement:

  • No intel on the ground from all countries in The Middle East regarding uprisings
  • Underestimating Qaddafi’s insanity
  • Overestimating the strength and resources of the opposition forces in Libya
  • Forgetting our lost opportunity in Iran, when Mahmoud Ahmadinejad fixed the Presidential election

What Should Have Happened:

  • Quick decision made that Qaddafi is the living representation of an evil tyrant and as such, he should be eliminated
  • Adequate intel on the ground from US service personnel
  • Intel leads to covert deployment and readiness of troops in European theater
  • As soon as Qaddafi announced his intentions to commit genocide (approximately one month ago), implementation of no-fly zone and no-tank zone immediately rolled out
  • High-value targets identified and subsequently destroyed from afar, using Tomahawk cruise missiles, initially anti-aircraft batteries and Qaddafi’s complex
  • Aircraft carrier moved into the Mediterranean
  • Coalition forces safely bombard all targets to paralyze Qaddafi’s ground forces
  • An overage of resources airlifted and dropped into the opposition’s hands
  • Coalition forces initiate boots on the ground surge if enemy does not capitulate and surrender, with a time frame of 1-4 weeks
  • Ultimate victory is swiftly achieved with minimal casualties, and good triumphs over evil ~ install Libyan Constitutional Republic

JAPAN

What Happened:

  • With perhaps the exception of World War II, the worst disaster to ever hit Japan
  • The most devastating earthquake in their recorded history hits the northeast
  • 25-30 foot tsunami strikes 1-2 punch and wreaks havok
  • Thousands killed
  • Thousands missing
  • Nuclear plants in the northeast of Japan are damaged
  • Fires ensue
  • Radiation leaks begin and fallout rides the wind to America

Errors in Judgement:

  • Reactors built in the 1970s ~ never updated
  • The lessons of Chernobyl were never learned
  • Building nuclear energy plants in earthquake and tsunami areas is unwise
  • Executing plans that benefit energy costs at the risk of killing millions
  • Having no defined plan for emergencies at this level
  • Building nuclear plants near farm areas where radiation could cause billions in damage and lost lives
  • Executing “repair efforts” like dumping water on nuclear facilities from helicopters

What Should Have Happened:

  • Over the course of years, third-party audits would have identified many opportunities for upgrades to Japan’s nuclear infrastructure
  • As soon as a new, more stabilized and advanced model of nuclear reactor was invented, Japan (and all countries) should have upgraded their nuclear infrastructure
  • If you have $10 Trillion to spend on getting your country into the worst debt:GDP model in the history of the world, you can invest in your infrastructure
  • A defined plan for emergencies should have been designed, implemented and kept up to date
  • Nuclear plants should have been placed in the most remote areas of Japan, away from agriculture and populous areas
  • Early warning systems for earthquakes and tsunamis should have been more pervasively deployed
  • All infrastructure in earthquake and tsunami zones should have been built to withstand at least an 8.0 temblor, if not a 9.0, given the history of Japan ~ also, tsunami break-water devices should have been placed around the entire shore of the island, targeting populated areas first and foremost
  • If America and the rest of the world can provide massive assistance to Indonesia and Haiti during their disasters of the past decade, we should all be asking ourselves, why we are not providing one of our closest allies with the very best resources ~ human, technology, supplies, etc.? Again, it seems that America’s largest deficit in our leadership is courage.

I sincerely hope that the American people remember incidents like these that are telling examples of what you can expect from the current group of politicians in Washington, and the weakest Commander In Chief in our country’s brief history. You should also be disgusted over the mainstream media doing whatever they can to leverage the disasters in Libya and Japan into ratings boosts that will result in significant surges in advertisement revenue. If you think they care about the people in these two countries? THINK AGAIN.

2012 is just around the corner in political terms ~ make your votes count!

Let’s get to work!

God Bless America and As Always…

Stay Strong,

~ Michael Stollaire

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The Jimmy Z Show: Michael Stollaire’s “Reality Check Commentary”

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THE SUBJECT: IMPEACHING OBAMA, THE IMPORTANCE OF LASER-LIKE FOCUS AND CONCRETE STEPS TO CREATE A PROSPEROUS ECONOMY IN AMERICA!

The Confucius Classroom: Communist Indoctrination Of Your Children

Posted: March 3, 2011 in Americana, Banks, Capitalism, China, Christianity, Communications, Constitution, Economy, Faith, Finance, Freedom, Freedom Talk Netcast, Immigration, Indocrination, Jimmy Z, Media, Military, National Defense, Oppression, Orwell, Politics, Rand, Rants, Religion, Second Amendment Rights, Security, Taxes, Technology, Tyranny, Uncategorized, War
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The Confucius Classroom: Communist Indoctrination Of Your Children ~ by Michael Stollaire

Do you remember the Joe Camel commercials and media blitz, designed to hook your children on a socially-acceptable drug that is as addictive as heroin at an early age? This was a well-planned scheme, where Camel literally hired teams of psychologists around the world that leveraged their classical conditioning experiments with animals, to find the optimal moment in the time spectrum to introduce nicotine. They knew that they could influence the subsequent behavior of an entire generation or more of people around the world for the remainder of their lifetime.


Now, we see that same evil methodology being used in our classrooms, introducing liberal, socialist and communist belief systems to our country’s most valuable asset ~ our children, the future leaders of America.


The real question is: Are you going to just stand by like a coward and do nothing, or are you going to be an American Patriot who defends your children?


“Reclaim Your Rights as a Liberal Educator.” That’s the title of a short essay in  Academe, organ of the American Association of University Professors. The phrase has all the imagination of a slogan unfurled at countless marches, but what it lacks in wit it makes up for in fortitude of the uniquely academic kind. Author Julie Kilmer, women’s studies and religion professor at Olivet College, sounds the standard “they’re-out-to-get-us” call and rallies her brethren to take back the classroom. We have, too, a vicious aggressor: conservative student groups that confront professors of perceived liberal bias, and they form a national network out to undermine the faculty, who come off as vulnerable and innocent professionals.

While the professors uphold “freedom of inquiry to examine the worth of controversial ideas” and “teach college students to use analytical thinking in the development of new ideas,” groups such as Students for Academic Freedom do their best to subvert the process. Worst of all, they “encourage students to bring complaints against faculty to administrators.” To Kilmer, they are no better than spies, and they prompt her to wonder, “Each time a student is resistant to feminist theories and ideas, should I ask if he or she has been placed in my class to question my teaching? How is my teaching affected if I enter the classroom each day asking, ‘Is today the day I will be called to the president’s office?”


That’s the result of conservative student activism, and there is much to note in the panicky chill that descends upon this feminist professor and so many others. That they should so exaggerate the power of students, assume the role of victim, and concoct scenarios of interrogation without offering the slightest factual evidence or acknowledging the special protections of professorial life bespeaks an anxiety deeply held. Such disproportionate responses suggest a psyche in action, the mindset of people who’ve nursed resentments for many years within the artificial havens of one-party departments, tenure, and a 30-week work year. (Do not believe academics when they talk about summer research work. Outside the scientists, most of them are idle or labor on books and articles that they don’t have to write and that less than 50 people will read.)


With such vast disparities between the threat professors envision and the actual security they enjoy, one would think that more people would recognize the problem of ideological bias on campus. But they don’t, and the reason lies in a campus advent that has nothing to do with psychology. Instead, it’s a sweeping sleight-of-hand that liberal professors have executed in their discipline. We see it operating in this very essay in Academe, and in the sentences I just quoted.

Did you spot it? Professor Kilmer worries that a student who “is resistant to feminist theories and ideas” may sit in her class as a “plant,” someone to incriminate her and send her upstairs for punishment. That’s how she interprets uncongenial students, and it’s an astounding conversion. In her class, any student who contests feminist notions falls under a cloud of suspicion. The ordinary run of skeptics, obstructionists, gadflies, wiseacres, and sulkers that show up in almost every undergraduate classroom is recast as an ideological cadre. If a student in a marketing class were to dispute the morality of the whole endeavor, no doubt liberal professors would salute him as a noble dissenter. But when he criticizes feminism, he violates a trust. He doesn’t just pose intellectual disagreement. He transgresses classroom protocol.


Behold the transformation. An ideology has become a measure of responsibility. A partisan belief is professional etiquette. A controversial outlook is an academic norm. Political bias suffuses the principles of scattered disciplines. Advocacy stands as normal and proper pedagogy. That’s the sleight-of-hand, and it activates in far too many decisions in curriculum, grading, hiring, and promotion. I remember a committee meeting to discuss hiring a 19th-century literature specialist when one person announced, “We can only consider people who do race.” For her, “doing race” wasn’t a political or ideological preference. It was a disciplinary prerequisite.


The reason professors can declare such biases so blithely is precisely because they have acquired a disciplinary sheen, the mantle of professional criteria. In the subsequent essay in Academe, “Impassioned Teaching,” women’s studies professor Pamela L. Caughie of Loyola University (Chicago) asserts, “In teaching students its [feminism’s] history, its forms, and its impact, I am teaching them to think and write as feminists.” So much for the vaunted critical thinking professors prize, and the injunction that they question orthodoxy and convention. Caughie aims to produce versions of herself. And it’s more than an ego trip – it’s a professional duty: “I feel I am doing my job well when students become practitioners of feminist analysis and committed to feminist politics”.


We end up with indoctrination passing as proper teaching. When Kilmer states, “What happens to the feminist classroom when students challenge feminist principle?” we might respond, “An energetic discussion follows.” But for Kilmer, it means disruption and intimidation. By her own admission, she can no longer distinguish honest disagreement from insubordinate conduct. That’s what happens when disciplines admit ideology into their grounds. Accept the ideology and you’re sure to advance. You’re okay. Decline it, and you’re not okay. You’re not only wrong – you’re illegitimate.

If you do not think this is part of a distinct, well-organized plan that is being rolled out and implemented right now, germinated over the course of decades, please review this excerpt from The Communist Takeover Of America ~ 45 Declared Goals:

17. Get control of the schools. Use them as transmission belts for socialism and current Communist propaganda. Soften the curriculum. Get control of teachers’ associations. Put the party line in textbooks.

18. Gain control of all student newspapers.

19. Use student riots to foment public protests against programs or organizations which are under Communist attack.

Let’s get to work!

God Bless America and As Always…

Stay Strong,

~ Michael Stollaire

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