Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Newbill Emails 11-12 to 12-5-12

By Tony Newbill
Edited by John R. Houk
© December 5, 2012

This is the second half of emails Tony Newbill. The first half can be read HERE. The central theme here is the nefariousness of President Barack Hussein Obama, the Fiscal Cliff and another dose of New World Order.

JRH 12/5/12


Tony Newbill
Sent: 11/12/2012 8:48 AM

S-H-O-R-T-A-G-E COMING , and that’s with a Livestock decline … CHINASIALUM = 5 billion of the 7 billion population and is Overwhelming the Food Pile in the World … We are eating our Seed Corn. This Link will freak you out a little. Stupid or Strategic in the Minds of Radical Environmentalists advising Obama, “In the midst of a crop-killing drought, we are diverting about 40 percent of our shrinking corn crop to produce high-cost ethanol fuels”.

I think there is more to this Fiscal Cliff thing than meets the eye. Good excuse to Fundamentally ration our A$$es with Hyper-Inflation and the only way to counter it is locally producing more food and raw resources Individually or we will fall into a Collective. That’s the plan I think - Communization has been the plan by the radical Environmentalists right from the get go. Like Bolsheviks they are Regulating us into Supply Shortages - slowly - by Advisers as radical as this guy Jeremy Rifkin. It pays to be an Elite Radical in the 21st century:

And this Link shows the relationship between Food and other raw resources that Under a Corporate Sized operation is stalled out due to Bureaucracy. We can beat the System back if we can figure out how to Stay small and still produce a Good volume of “Finished” product cutting the middle man completely out. It’s the only way forward I think.

Front page of Drudge this Morning: Regulation Oppression!!! 6,125 Proposed Regulations and Notifications Posted in Last 90 Days--Average 68 per Day:

This shows the FACT that we are not creating enough supply to feed the Programs with Adequate Tax revenue from the increased supply profits. This is the problem with the whole d**n economy.

Americans “Eating Our Seed Corn,” Sen. Corker Warns

Everything points to a Forced shrinking of overall supply. Can you see where this is going???
Obama Virtual Dictatorship

Tony Newbill
11/12/2012 11:36 AM

Just before Hurricane Sandy, Obama signed executive order merging Homeland Security with the private sector to create virtual dictatorship.

Learn more:

Executive Order -- Establishing the White House Homeland Security Partnership Council
Romney Baggage: Then why Seek GOP Nomination

Tony Newbill
Sent: 11/15/2012 10:01 AM

See why Romney would even try to be the Republican Nominee with this Baggage. And Why did the Republican Party push so hard to get Romney nominated when they knew this Would be used by Democrats against them??? And Certainly if Romney would have won just Think the OUT CRY!!! 

I SAY this shows us it’s all Theater. Republicans didn’t want a candidate that could have won.

Remote Vote Tampering Attack on a Sequoia AVC Voting Machine by Argonne National Lab

Fox News Reports on This Could be Behind the States Secessionist Movement

Tony Newbill
Sent: 11/17/2012 6:59 AM

President Obama’s re-election solidified the future of national health care, and now it’s up to the states to carry it out.

They have to work quickly.

We are down to the wire and have no time to waste. Barack Obama has set an arbitrary deadline of November 16 – this FRIDAY - for states to make a decision and inform the administration about whether they plan to create ObamaCare insurance exchanges and opt in to ObamaCare’s Medicaid expansion.

Don’t the States Have to Implement ObamaCare?

The answer to that question is a resounding “NO!”

That’s the dirty little secret about ObamaCare that the administration and liberal pundits in the mainstream media don’t want you to know. The states are under no obligation whatsoever to READ THE REST 

Tax Rate Comparison

Tony Newbill
Sent: 11/19/2012 12:33 PM

What was the disconnect between the CEO average tax rate and the highest tax rate that came together in 1980 and since then has tracked each other?

Government Bond, Private Business and Fascism?

Tony Newbill
Sent: 11/19/2012 1:08 PM

Would this be considered a Government Bond that will fund Private Business production???? If so isn’t this considered Fascism?

Egyptian Crisis and OIL Dependency

Tony Newbill
Sent: 11/25/2012 9:34 AM

It’s time to find and or create NEW Shipping Routes and Fund it with a New Dollar Component using USA food Alliances around the world to Rally Support in the Oil Regions to create multiple Routes for the Continuity and sustainability of oil flows!!!!!!! This will create the leverage needed to bring stability back to the world’s economic security needs that are coming unraveled with the Arab Spring.  

With nearly 40 percent of the world's oil transported through Egypt's Suez Canal, government collapse and societal chaos could shut down the world's busiest oil pass-through. If such a catastrophe were to take place, the U.S. is hardly poised to stand on its own when it comes to energy.

We are going to Lose this Middle Eastern Position if we stand by and do Nothing and a War is not the Answer Either!!!

Goodbye Petrodollar, Hello Agri-Dollar?

Question regarding the Fiscal Cliff 

Tony Newbill
Sent: 11/26/2012 8:33 AM

 monty-hall-problem - BHO toon

Has President Obama become Monte Hall in the Game Show "Let’s Make a Deal" making promises with items behind doors to the future which he cannot guarantee without a solid economic growth? Something the President promised is on the right path but just needs more time and has offered hope for a Consolation Prize called Stimulus Debt these past 4 years. And now has the American people Hooked on the handout prizes instead of growing and expanding the supply-side economy to grow tax revenues?

You can see how some of the States have been players of the Game Show rather than debating why we are not expanding the supply-side economy to grow tax revenues ….

See the problem still comes back to a fundamental of this Game Show using the same stagnate supply source while more and more people want to play the game. And this is where the debate needs to go because the world is still growing in Population but the economy is not and that makes INFLATION unsustainable!!!!

Pravda Article about BHO

Tony Newbill
Sent: 11/27/2012 8:06 AM

Check this Russian Article out; it will set you back a bit in your chair …

Putin in 2009 outlined his strategy for economic success. Alas, poor Obama did the opposite but nevertheless was re-elected. Bye, bye Miss American Pie. The Communists have won in America with Obama but failed miserably in Russia with Zyuganov who only received 17% of the vote. Vladimir Putin was re-elected as President keeping the NWO order out of Russia while America continues to repeat the Soviet mistake.

After Obama was elected in his first term as president the then Prime Minister of Russia, Vladimir Putin gave a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland in January of 2009. Ignored by the West as usual, Putin gave insightful and helpful advice to help the world economy and saying the world should avoid the Soviet mistake.

Recently, Obama has been re-elected for a 2nd term by an illiterate society and he is ready to continue his lies of less taxes while he raises them. He gives speeches of peace and love in the world while he promotes wars as he did in Egypt, Libya and Syria. He plans his next READ THE REST 

Russian Author that Published the Article in the Pravda

Tony Newbill
Sent: 11/27/2012 8:32 AM

Here’s the Russian author that published the article in the Pravda.... There’s a Bunch more stuff there that will set you back in your chair. [SlantRight Editor: The November 25 post is the actual last post at the blog. In case of further posts here is the permanent link that expands beyond the Pravda article:]

(Newbill: The above link to a Xavier Lerner blog – 11/25/12 article is probably the article in Pravda)
Putting it into Perspective...

Tony Newbill
Sent: 11/27/2012 11:49 AM

Ben Franklin to President Obama:  

“When the people find they can vote themselves money, that will herald the end of the republic.”
Op-Ed: Pravda, former Soviet Communist paper, says Obama is 'Communist'

Read more:

In what is seen widely as an irony, the Russian news site and former official mouthpiece of the Communist Soviet Union, Pravda, in a scathing attack on Obama and "illiterate" Americans who reelected him, calls Obama a Communist.

In the acerbic opinion column entitled "Obama's Soviet Mistake," Pravda attacks Obama, labeling him a "Communist without question" and accuses him of "promoting the Communist Manifesto without calling it so."

According to the author of the opinion column, Xavier Lerma, Obama's "cult of personality" exerts the same mesmerizing influence on "illiterate" Americans as Lenin and Stalin on "fools" who still praise the Communist leaders in Russia.

Lerma writes READ THE REST

Giant Currency Superstorm … When Dollar Dies

Tony Newbill
Sent: 11/29/2012 1:58 AM

The Giant Currency Superstorm That Is Coming To the Shores of America When the Dollar Dies

USA vulnerable to a Currency crisis the likes never seen before

Tony Newbill
Sent: 11/29/2012 9:33 AM

In a World of International Trade, it’s not what paper you use to settle the transaction that’s starting to take shape, and this makes the USA vulnerable to a Currency crisis the likes never seen before!!!

Here the list of countries in here trading with each other away from the dollar, plus the amount of capital the USA is playing with itself compared to the other countries. The amounts is what I saw as a Ominous sign regarding how this article sized up the amount of dollars that are washing around the world and are finding less and less interest for ….. Notice how China is dividing the EURO Zone away from trading with the dollar between them, Germany is bailing out the PIIGS [SlantRight Editor: Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece and Spain Eurozone], and together they are breaking the alliance the USA has had with the European Union since the End of WW2 and the agreement of the dollar’s Reserve Currency status. The goal of taking the USA from within is reaching its proxy.

This is a default prediction in US Dollars. So you know Argentina will setup trade with China in Yuan’s like their neighbor Brazil:

Germany, China Plan to Settle More Trade in Yuan, Euros - CNN

China and Germany are the world's two largest exporters.

The trade between them totals $171 billion, more than half what the US imports from China.

Every dollar not needed to settle transactions between nations is seeking a new home.

The end of the dollar's reserve status is one bilateral step closer.

So they have to come for Real cash and the only reason why the foreign parts suppliers have not cut off the flow of parts by rejecting the dollar is they are allowing the decline to take place slowly because it’s to their advantage.

Obama Moving To Steal Your Pension Plan

**** Creditable Links in this article *****

Conversation on Fiscal Cliff Mess

Tony Newbill
Sent: 11/30/2012 8:19 AM

I wanted to pass this along to further the conversation on fixing the Fiscal Cliff mess.
The Fact that Developed Nations were keeping their GDPs elevated With Credit extensions to the private sector for decades up to the 2008 financial crash above the Undeveloped Nations which have been the center piece in Overall World economic growth is now being funded solely with World Government Credit. That is the New Financial Bubble we are calling the Fiscal Cliff, right?

So without Credit in the private sector as before we are watching the Federal Reserve and other Central banking sectors extend credit to Unsustainable Government spending policies and this is doing nothing to Boost Private sector GDP where we need True Revenue growth to come from, Right?

So without a Private sector credit we are devaluing in the Private sector Labor pool’s wages in the developed nations towards the undeveloped nations' Labor wage levels. This will POP the Developed Nations Government Debt Bubbles that are building, unless we level the Tax rates between the Developed and Undeveloped Nations, right? 

This CIA website shows the True Relationship between the Values of the Developed and Undeveloped nations’ Economies and tax rates are the only tool left because Credit has Been Exhausted, right?????

How will Wall Street Value this???

Tony Newbill
Sent: 11/30/2012 10:40 AM

This threatens the Rights of Private Property owners Nationwide and exposes how Government Agencies use Tax Payer Monies to accomplish the goal of Taking more Private Property rights away from the Individual. How will Wall Street Value this???

Fiscal Cliff Negotiation and Foreign Aid Use

Tony Newbill
Sent: 12/3/2012 8:16 AM

The power in this Fiscal Cliff Negotiation is in how you want to use Foreign Aid and how this will RESINATE in the Minds of the American People. And how you can make President Obama come to the Table over how these Foreign Aid packages can either be a Higher Tax on Businesses that also contributes to these Foreign Aid Packages with Direct Business Relationships. Or having to go through the Obama Tax the Rich idea that He then wants to redistribute wealth His way!!!

This is where you can bring to the American People this case of: Do we want to trust Obama to redistribute this Foreign Aid or do we restructure the Tax code so that Businesses can Use these dollars to build within their States using this Capital as a Competitive Business that Includes Direct Business relations ships in Foreign Countries? And these Relationships then Create an Incentive for Foreign Investors to want to Form capital around the Businesses in the US States that want to access markets here in the USA and Abroad. Or do we Trust Obama with this cash which we see so far is Only Being sent to Radical Regimes that are Power grabbing democratically elected Governments like Egypt????

The Future of Fracking and Food Safety

Tony Newbill
Sent: 12/3/2012 9:33 AM

There is a case to be made right NOW about the future of Fracking and Food Safety, and the development of Bio Algae as an alternative to this Food safety Issue!!!

If you want to redistribute Foreign Aid that goes to Oil Rich Nations which is causing WAR, conflicts and Unsustainable Monetary Policy; then the demand on Oil needs to be competed for. And Bio Algae is the Abundance that can do this and we need to Force the debate!!!

Robust 3-4 % GDP Growth Rate or Coming Doom

Tony Newbill
Sent: 12/4/2012 11:45 AM

This is what Happens when the Economic policies do not favor a robust 3-4% GDP rate of Growth …. The USA Free Market system is doomed

The news here is Compelling!!!

Obamas EPA outlawing Fracking

Tony Newbill
Sent: 12/5/2012 11:57 AM

This is a Real Life debate playing out today …..

What states are likely to secede Because of an Obamas EPA outlawing Fracking?

The Quote from the Article above talks about Obamas EPA outlawing Fracking.  

And that brings on the domino effect of states seceding from the union:

“If secession ever becomes a reality, the states likely to secede are those that will be hurt the most by the coming restrictions on the energy sector: coal, natural gas and petroleum production. Under this scenario the state most likely to vote for secession first would be North Dakota—it’s almost a given if the Obama administration’s EPA moves to outlaw fracking. The EPA has been making noises about doing that and garnering studies slanted to “prove” oil fracking is polluting groundwater, harming the environment overall, and may even be triggering earthquakes”.

And here is the Argument NOW taking place between the Different Groups regarding the Energy Production from Fracking:

The Blue Print

Tony Newbill
Sent: 12/5/2012 2:59 PM

This reads like a Blue Print of what is taking place in America today!!!!!

Populism and Progressivism as Constitutional Categories

By J. M. Balkin
Copyright 1995 by Jack M. Balkin. All Rights Reserved.


It's been a tough day. I've spent most of it worrying about the Free Speech Principle. Or at least, the Free Speech Principle described in Cass Sunstein's Democracy and the Problem of Free Speech,(1) a book by an author I greatly admire. According to Sunstein, the primary purpose behind free speech is promoting democratic deliberation about issues of public policy.(2) Hence he divides speech into higher and lower tiers of protection. Speech most worthy of government protection is concerned with deliberation about public issues; the rest is subject to varying degrees of government regulation.(3) It is a thesis with a considerable historical pedigree. Alexander Meiklejohn made a similar claim in the 1940's.(4) Moreover, like Meiklejohn, Sunstein emphasizes that the scope of individual rights should consciously be shaped in order to promote the goals of democratic deliberation. Conversely, we should be less concerned about regulation of other types of speech -- for example, advertising and pornography -- because they do not contribute to democratic deliberation.(5)


Sunstein's book is an attempt at a new liberal synthesis of First Amendment theory; in particular, he attempts to reconcile the traditional left-liberal defenses of free speech with contemporary problems of campaign finance, mass media regulation, advertising power, pornography, and racist speech.(19) His focus on these problems is not accidental. It reflects the increasing sense among liberals that libertarian solutions in these areas have become unacceptable -- an example of a more general phenomenon I call the "ideological drift" of the free speech principle.(20) It is a tribute to Sunstein's ingenuity that he succeeds as well as he does in his task of reconciliation. Yet in so doing, he exposes a crucial fault line in theories of free speech and constitutional law generally -- a fault line organized around the meaning and value of popular culture.

Although Sunstein calls his book Democracy and the Problem of Free Speech, it could with equal justification have been called "Free Speech and the Problem of Democratic Culture." The "Problem" that concerns him is nothing less than the accelerating degradation of public culture -- a degradation both in the character of the public's viewing choices and the quality of public discourse generally.(21) This concern motivates and shapes Sunstein's attempts at reconciling liberal demands for greater regulation with traditional liberal defenses of freedom of speech. He harmonizes the two by appealing to an ideal of rational public discourse. The task of law, he believes, is to approach this ideal through wise regulation. Yet this ideal of rational discourse is necessarily posed against existing popular attitudes and preferences; hence it necessarily involves a comparison in which the latter are judged and found wanting.

Of all of the many interesting issues in Sunstein's book, this theme is the most pervasive and the most important. And his crusade to mold public culture nearer to this ideal raises a large if largely obscured issue: What attitude should constitutional theorists take towards the beliefs and attitudes of ordinary citizens and the products of popular culture? I say "constitutional theorist," and not "constitutional theory," for theory is not a bloodless matrix of ideas but a practice of individuals and groups. Theory is always performed by a subject situated within a social setting and within a tradition of practice; it is the product of a subject who brings her subjectivity to an object, and pronounces judgment upon it. Hence the question I ask about the nature of popular culture is equally a question about the nature of the legal academic and her attitudes as an academic towards this culture.(22) Sunstein does not pose the question in these terms; yet his book has a distinctive attitude about popular will and popular culture, an attitude that distinguishes and colors all of his constitutional scholarship.

I want to talk about constitutional theory's relationship to popular attitudes and popular culture in terms of two opposed positions -- one I shall call populist and the other progressivist.(23) The distinction between populism and progressivism is orthogonal to the more familiar distinction between "left" and "right." An opposition between progressivism and populism exists wholly within left-liberal discourse, just as one exists within the discourse of conservatives; we might say that the two sets of oppositions form a box of four.(24) However, for purposes of this essay I want to focus primarily on the discourse of left-liberals, because it is the ideological community in which both Sunstein and I (and a great many other legal academics) are located.(25)

By "populism" and "progressivism," I mean to invoke the spirit of two successive reform movements in American history, the first primarily agrarian and the second urban.(26) Despite their differences, progressivism and populism had many similarities, so much so in fact that the two are easily confused. Many of the reforms advocated by populists in the late nineteenth century -- for example, direct election of senators, the eight-hour day, graduated income taxation, and currency reform -- were put in place by progressives in the early twentieth century, albeit for somewhat different reasons.(27) Thus, although I am particularly interested in the ways in which populism and progressivism diverge, the two should not be seen as diametrically opposed. They were and are often uneasy allies, but allies they have been nevertheless. Moreover, when I speak of "populism" and "progressivism" today, I am necessarily extrapolating from events in American history to offer principles that might help us understand trends in contemporary political debates. This is an exercise in READ THE ENTIRE DISCOURSE

[SlantRight Editor: Cass Sunstein is or was a Leftist in Obama’s Czar Club of his Shadow Government. Politico gives him a write up which I will excerpt below.]

Exclusive: 'Regulatory czar' Cass Sunstein returning to Harvard

8/3/12 7:40 AM EDT Updated: 8/3/12 4:48 PM EDTPolitico
Cass Sunstein, administrator of the powerful Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs in the White House Office of Management and Budget, will return later this month to his previous post at Harvard Law School, the White House will announce Friday.

Sunstein, a celebrity academic who met Barack Obama when they were both teaching at University of Chicago Law School was among the world’s most-quoted law professors when he came to Washington in 2009. He was named the new president’s chief regulatory enforcer (often called the “regulatory czar”) as head of OIRA, “oh-eye-ruh,” an office that gets little attention but is among an administration’s most potent levers.

Like Obama, Sunstein embraces “behavioral economics” – an emphasis on human behavior, rather than abstract theory, for identifying incentives to promote desired financial and environmental activity by individuals and corporations. The field of study supplied early underpinnings for Obama’s plans for health care and financial regulation.

Sunstein became a lightning rod for liberal activists who had hoped the administration would be more aggressive with regulatory policy. He had met his future wife – Samantha Power, who also works for the White House as the National Security Council’s Senior Director for Multilateral Affairs and Human Rights — while the two were campaigning for Obama in Iowa.

At Harvard, Sunstein will READ THE REST

[SlantRight Editor: I was also curious about the author of the article “Populism and Progressivism as Constitutional Categories” – J. M. Balkin. I discovered Balkin is a Left Wing law professor. Here is Balkin’s glowing bio from Yale University. Below you find some excerpts from some PDF documents that not paint a nice picture of Balkin and his views on Constitutional Law.]

Ostensibly a review of my Federalism: The  Founders’ Design, J.M. Balkin  employs the  bulk  of  forty-three   pages  to launch  his own deconstructionist  theory  of  judicial  adjudication. He  uses me as a whipping boy, as if the  doctrine  that judges construe and do not make law, that  the clearly discernible intention of the draftsmen  is to be given effect sprang full- armed from my brow, when in fact I merely restated 600 years of Anglo-American practice.3 Thomas  Grey,  himself  an  activist, wrote  that   “interpretivism” -the   doctrine  of  original  intention—is a view “of great power and compelling simplicity … deeply rooted in our history and in our shared principles of political legitimacy. It has equally deep roots in our formal constitutional law.”4

One who is committed to an opposing theory is unlikely to write an unbiased review; and from time to time Balkin’s bias discolors his tale. Thus he converts my measured critique of Hamilton’s about-face after 1787 into  “Hamilton  was a scoundrel.”

And  he  finds  that   my  replies  evince “increasing  stridency,”6 with never a word about the outrageous charges by neophytes against  one  who has  published  for  more  than  half  a century. (Excerpted from History, Judicial Revisionism and J. M. Balkin by Raoul Berger)

Yale Law Professor Jack Balkin didn’t win friends when he announced that (1) he is now a constitutional originalist and (2) the original meaning of the Fourteenth Amendment protects the right to abortion.1 His claim to membership in the originalist club brought forth a small army of eager bouncers, who were sure that originalism couldn’t possibly defend the paradigmatic departure from the Constitution’s original meaning.2

Balkin has indeed posed a radical challenge to the vision of law that drives the originalists – more radical than he is willing to admit.  His theory is in such deep tension with a commonly held vision of the rule of law that his argument is, to put the point precisely, disgusting. (Excerpted from Why Jack Balkin is Disgusting, by Andrew Koppelman)

© 2012 Tony Newbill

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