As many of our fellow Insiders and regular readers have noticed I’m sure, I haven’t kept the information flowing as fast as you are use to.
I have been following the Controllers and their pals slowly take our country towards their so-called New World Order since I was in my late teens and I have been trying to educate others as to my findings for the past 20 some-odd years. I am now 70. It’s time to think of me and mine. It’s past time to get out from under their control, so we have decided to get as close to that day as possible. With that in mind. I’ve been spending a lot of time setting us up to get off grid as much as possible.
I will be away from any internet connections until I can rectify that, but do plan on coming back on-line as soon as I can. In the mean time, our buddy Rick Osmon will post from time to time and if worst comes to worst you can always go through our extensive Archive locate in the right hand column.
I’ve been following prophecy speculators for almost exactly 40 years. They all have one thing in common. They’ve been consistently wrong for nearly 2000 years. In the 1970s, Hal Lindsey’s The Late Great Planet Earth was a mega-best seller. It was the No. 1 non-fiction book of the decade. (Some would put it in the fiction category.)
Lindsey predicted that it would all fall apart by 1988 based on the premise that Israel becoming a nation again in 1948 was the key to determining when the “rapture” of the church would take place. He claimed that it would be no longer than 40 years from 1948. That was 25 years ago. . . Read Complete Report
A majority of Americans want the federal government to keep out of state marijuana laws, even as overall sentiment on whether marijuana should be legalized is split, according to a new poll.
“The significant majority of Americans would advise the federal government to focus on other issues,” wrote Frank Newport of Gallup.
In Washington and Colorado, where citizens last month voted to legalize marijuana possession, the issue of federal interference is especially salient as residents face a confusing mishmash of federal and state laws when it comes to whether and where they can get high. . . . Read Complete Report
Majority Of Americans Believe The FEDs Should STAY OUT Of The Legalization Movement