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Written by Dr. Jack Wheeler   
Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Sofia, Bulgaria.  Today (7/10) is the 27th straight day of anti-government protests here in Bulgaria's capital. 

If you look at the picture in the Euronews story about yesterday's protest, you'll notice that the folks marching down Vitosha Street aren't a bunch of Occupy moocher-hippies.  These are regular middle-class folks of all ages, Bulgarian Tea Partyers, totally fed up with endemic government corruption that seems impossible to get rid of.

One of Bulgaria's neighbors is Turkey, where similar anti-government protests have been going on since early June as well.  On Monday (7/08), police fired teargas and water cannons at protestors in Istanbul.

There have been massive anti-government protests for over a month in up to 100 cities in Brazil.  We all know what's going in Egypt, where tens of millions demanded the removal of an Islamist sharia tyranny, and got it.  But now what?

And now what for the US?  Zero's Police State America expands exponentially by the day, we have the most corrupt and oppressive government in our nation's history by far - and where are the folks in the streets like here in Bulgaria, or Turkey or Brazil?  I hear crickets instead.  Yet there's no doubt the seething and frustration is reaching a boiling point.

Is there something in common, some universal irritation, that causing all of this? Perhaps.  First, however, we need to get rid of a metaphor.
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Written by Dr. Jack Wheeler   
Thursday, 04 July 2013


As Egyptians celebrate their liberation from the fascism of the Moslem Brotherhood, let us hope Americans will soon be celebrating their liberation from the fascism of Zero.

To The Point wishes you all a gloriously happy Fourth of July.  Have fun, celebrate America, and take the time to read the entire Declaration of Independence

While you read it, note: what counts is not that the Founding Patriots of America wrote these words - it's what they did.  What counts is they put these immortal words into action.  They pledged their lives, their fortunes, their sacred honor, and fought for America's freedom - knowing that if they failed, they would have been hung by their necks until dead on a gallows, and history would despise them as traitors.

Unless people are willing to fight and risk their lives for freedom, they don't deserve it.  Freedom must be earned, or else it will be lost.  We are losing it in America today.  Let us earn our freedom again.


Written by Dr. Jack Wheeler   
Wednesday, 03 July 2013

What is going on in Egypt is simply astounding.  The pictures -such as those of this UPI story, are jaw-dropping.  Especially when you consider what millions upon millions of Egyptians are demonstrating against:  radical Islamism and Sharia law which they equate with fascist tyranny.

Who or what is behind these gigantic protests?  An amorphous movement called Tamarod, meaning "Rebel" or "Rebellion" in Arabic.  Its goal is the resignation of President Morsi and the removal of the Moslem Brotherhood from power, followed by new elections.

Now, here's what almost no one gets so far:  The Tamarod movement is Egypt's Tea Party.  Both are anti-fascist freedom movements.  Of course, the US Tea Parties have a far deeper and more solid foundation - the US Constitution and the demand for the federal government to limit itself to the Constitution's enumerated powers.

Nonetheless, what is happening in Egypt should inspire all Tea Partyers in America.  If tens of millions of Egyptians can demand the resignation of their corrupt fascist leader, why can't tens of millions of Americans do the same?

Well, then, why aren't they?  Americans have the greatest tradition of freedom in human history.  Egyptians don't have any at all.  So why aren't vast numbers of Americans in the streets demanding their freedom from the federalie fascisti, led by an irretrievably corrupt president who hates their country?  What does it take?

Maybe it takes George Zimmerman getting acquitted.
Written by Dr. Jack Wheeler   
Thursday, 20 June 2013

"Peace with justice means refusing to condemn our children to a harsher, less hospitable planet.  The effort to slow climate change requires bold action... With a global middle class consuming more energy every day, this must now be an effort of all nations, not just some.  For the grim alternative affects all nations -- more severe storms, more famine and floods, new waves of refugees, coastlines that vanish, oceans that rise.  This is the future we must avert.  This is the global threat of our time.  And for the sake of future generations, our generation must move toward a global compact to confront a changing climate before it is too late.  That is our job.  That is our task.  We have to get to work." 

--President Zero, Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany, June 19, 2013
There is a great deal of sniggering about Zero's pathetic Brandenburg Gate speech yesterday (6/19).  The headline in the British London Telegraph summed it up: "Barack Obama Bombs in Berlin - A Weak, Underwhelming Address from a Floundering President."

Or, as the New York Post more pithily and succinctly described it:  "Mush from the Wimp."

Chrissie Tingle-leg Matthews blamed it on the sun shining on the TOTUS.

The above quote from the speech does, however, serve a vital purpose:  it focuses our attention on "the global threat of our time."  Which is...
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Written by Dr. Jack Wheeler   
Thursday, 13 June 2013

Are conservatives on the side of freedom or of fascism?

You'd think that would be a no-brainer, that of course they're on the side of freedom.  Yet in the last few days, a number of prominent conservative thinkers and leaders have had such a strong emotional reaction over Edward Snowden that they've allowed their amygdala to seize control of their prefrontal cortex. 

It's a temporary condition, and they'll soon be thinking rationally again.  Yet as TTP is "The Oasis for Rational Conservatives," let's assist them in doing so.

First, some examples of conservatives rushing to defend Barack Hussein Obama and the Democrat Party from Snowden's whistleblowing.  Then we'll ask, What conservatives haven't drunk this Kool-aid? (Hint:  Rushbo is one.)  Then we'll get to the bottom line:

Rather than condemning Snowden, we should be celebrating him.  He has not done the slightest bit of damage to our real actual national security.  In fact, he has enormously enhanced it, and in two enormously important ways.
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