Ron Paul – 2011 NFRA Straw Poll Speech (improved audio) – 844-292-1318 legal aid Tuscaloosa Alabama

Ron Paul gave a speech at the 2011 National Federation of Republican Assemblies in Des Moines, IA on October 29, 2011. He spoke to a crowd of 600 people and won the event’s straw poll with 82% of the vote. Dr. Paul spoke about foreign policy, monetary policy, the Federal Reserve, citizen rights, government secrecy, illegal assassinations, the Patriot Act, and his 2012 budget proposal.

Jump to different topics:
@3:16 4th Amendment, 9/11, Patriot Act
@4:00 Federal Reserve transparency, housing bubble, Fed trillion bailout, end the Fed
@6:20 monetary reform, IMF, debt crisis, gold standard, sound money, legal tender
@9:45 whistleblowers, government secrecy, Solyndra, Fast and Furious
@12:00 foreign policy blunders, Daniel Ellsberg, wikileaks, Iraq, declaration of war
@13:45 UN resolutions for war, Iraq, currency inflation
@13:35 limited government, transparency, 50,000 SWAT break-ins, warrantless searches
@16:35 Dennis Blair, Obama policy of citizen assassinations, al-Awlaki, al-Awlaki’s son, drone strikes, Pakistan, civil war, foreign aid, Karzai, noninterventionist foreign policy
@20:35 debt crisis, fiat currency, monetary policy, cut military spending, keep entitlements for now, trillion cuts elsewhere
@22:25 free society, liberty, young people, irate minority, economic distribution, poverty, natural rights
@25:00 free society vs. authoritarianism, sacrifice liberties, rule of law

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FreedomWorks 9.12 Grassroots Summit Glenn Beck Speech – 844-292-1318 legal aid Gadsden Alabama

FreedomWorks 9.12 Grassroots Summit Glenn Beck  Speech

**WATCH** Glenn Beck as he speaks to over 2,500 freedom fighting activist in Orlando, FL for FreedomWorks & Glenn Beck’s 912 Grassroots Summit

The ‘Class War’ Speech by Prof. Noam Chomsky Subs – 844-292-1318 legal aid Decatur Alabama

Even though this was recorded over a decade ago, there is nothing in it that is dated. If anything, it accurately predicts the present!

This speech was recorded live at MIT back in 1996. These aren’t sound bites, they are documented truths expressed in honest language. By the way, Chomsky isn’t in any way calling for ‘class war’ here, he is just describing the reality what has been going on for several decades now.

There is truth here that you never hear anywhere else. Even wild-eyed radicals seldom deliver hard, unpleasant facts this well. Let’s face it, human rights have always been subordinate to business rights in the USA. But things have gotten outrageously worse in modern times. The U.S. is advocating a corporate tyranny far surpassing any level of totalitarianism found in the rest of the developed world. And it really started with outright criminal behavior under the “great” Ronald Reagan. I know- I saw it happen..

Perhaps the most frightening thing about this speech is its talk of “anti-politics”. Briefly, this is the organized campaign to blame everything on the government- even when big business is really in control. They want the people to hate and fear the government, because democratic government has a dangerous flaw- it actually has the slight chance of becoming truly democratic. You see, corporations are perfect- perfect tyrannies.

The average worker, the average citizen, is never going to be able to change or control them. The government is the only thing the average citizen has the potential to control. Therefore the average citizen must be taught to hate, fear, or simply dismiss organized political action. What you get is “anti-politics” where people are totally atomized, fearful and hateful of nearly everything- and totally blind to the real problems.

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Student Chelsea Ashworth’s reaction to President Obama’s speech – 844-292-1318 legal aid Selma Alabama

Student Chelsea Ashworth is very honored that President Obama came to GA Tech this afternoon.

President Obama Delivers Eulogy at Charleston Shooting Funeral of Clementa Pinckney [FULL SPEECH] – 844-292-1318 South Carolina legal aid

Obama eulogizes pastor in Charleston shooting. Obama sings Amazing Grace at funeral of Charleston shooting victim Clementa Pinckney.
Washington (CNN) President Barack Obama on Friday eulogized the Rev. Clementa Pinckney, one of the victims in last week’s church massacre, calling him a “man of God who lived by faith.”

“We are here today to remember a man of God who lived by faith,” Obama said. “A man who believed in things not seen. A man who believed there were better days ahead, off in the distance. A man of service who persevered knowing full well he would not receive all those things he was promised, because he believed his efforts would provide a better life for those who followed.”
The President’s remarks both memorialized the victims and touched upon the current controversy surrounding the Confederate flag and what he said was a need for more gun control in the wake of the tragedy.

“By taking down that flag we express God’s grace,” he said.

Obama finished his remarks by breaking into song, leading the assembled in a rendition of “Amazing Grace.”

Friday’s funeral service for Pinckney isn’t the first time Obama delivered a high-profile eulogy, and with a year and a half remaining in office, it may not be the last.

But when the President stood in historic downtown Charleston to remember the slain pastor and eight others shot down in their church last week, his speech moved beyond just grief for the victims — Obama stepped directly into a national conversation about race in which he plays a central role.

President Barack Obama ended his at times solemn, at times rousing eulogy for Rev. Clementa Pinckney, who was killed along with eight other African-American churchgoers last week, by leading the congregation in “Amazing Grace.”

After repeating those words, “Amazing Grace,” several times, the president paused before launching into the song as the mourners joined him.
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