Just a few pages I've been reading lately -- ho-hum

What's on my mind this Monday? Just a few pages I've been reading lately. Ho-hum. Crazy tin-foil hat stuff. Nothing to see here. Move along. Move along.

After all, readers here already understand How The Government is using the Constitution to Violate the Constitution, right? Your tax dollars at play.

And everybody is fine that, last year, Chinese and Mexican defense ministers held talks on military cooperation. That shouldn't bother anybody, eh?

So, isn't it nice that President Nixon's Maoist friends from the East (you remember, the ones for whom he threw Taiwan out of the UN and under the bus?) -- in the guise of one of their state-owned companies -- are "interested in developing a 10,000- to 30,000-acre technology zone for industry, retail centers and homes south of the Boise Airport," among other places in the USA. “Idaho’s the last state that should say we don’t want to do business with Asia,” said Lt. Gov. Brad Little. “Asia’s where the money is.”

Just why did Mr. Reagan think the Cold War was over and we could power down our military after the Soviet Union broke up? Oh yeah, because the Chinese are our BFFs!

Pay close heed to this one, ye who value freedom of the digital press! It might be a good thing that the USA is funding stealth Internets to circumvent repressive regimes, because we need to watch how they do it; we may need such "stealth Internets" ourselves all too soon, perhaps should start building them now, if the Bilderberger agenda and their puppets in Congress get their way (ref paragraphs 12-15 of this article for links), and there's not going to be a freedom-loving foreign nation to help us. You may not always be able to keep the data chip away from the police state.

At least we can depend on our President (who is not a Muslim and not a Socialist, either) to protect us, right?

Okay, then, back to looking at pictures of sad little weiners.