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 U.S. NEWS  
Over the weekend I received an email from my local TEA Party Director that Barack Hussein Obama would fly into Carlsbad, NM airport on Wednesday 21 March, in order to “make an appearance at the South Easter NM oilfields.” However, apparently after hearing that an immediate anti-Obama rally had been planned, Obama and his entourage changed the landing location to Roswell, NM… a city 77 miles from Carlsbad. ( I knew this was planned, but it seems like a law passed recently by Congress critters will stop the protests. Good Luck to Bob Mitzel to get this protest on!!(NOTE: see below under ‘comments’ the protest went as planned.))
“What a great way to buy Votes”
Hollywood Producer was also on who claimed: She heard out of Bill Clinton’s own mouth that they knew Obama was not eligible (See video below)
Klayman, the Founder of Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch is the only one to ever successfully sue a sitting President (Clinton). (It seems pretty obvious he is sitting in the position illegally, under the original Constitution, but maybe not under the 1871 constitution that was passed by Congress.)
Rep. Cliff Stearns, a senior Republican investigating the White House’s Solyndra energy loan guarantee, told reporters today that he is still, despite all evidence to the contrary, not convinced that President Barack Obama’s birth certificate is valid.
Whatever Homeland Security plans to do with this potent hollow-point ammo, it won’t be keeping our borders safe, if the past three years are any guide. More likely it will be keeping the Regime safe (The entire government is a de facto regime and has been even before Obama.)
U.S. exempts Japan, ten European nations from Iran sanctions
The United States will spare Japan and 10 European Union nations from U.S. financial sanctions because they have significantly reduced purchases of Iranian crude oil, U.S. officials said on Tuesday.
(What about China, Pakistan and India? They have actually increased Iranian oil imports.)
U.S. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Martin Dempsey met with IDF Chief of Staff Benny. Gantz Monday after having warned Iran it will suffer if it “misjudges” America’s intentions.(Is that a confusing statement, or is it just me?)
Fast and Furious
A violent response by some Afghans to US soldiers burning copies of the holy Quran and to a massacre of 16 Afghan villagers could have “profound implications” on international support for the war-torn country, UN envoy Jan Kubis said on Tuesday.
More than a dozen U.S. soldiers had reportedly been involved in the Kandahar killing of 16 civilians, a local newspaper reported on Sunday, citing members of the Afghan parliament who were part of an investigation to probe the incident. (I have been waiting for the ‘official report’, this is it.)
Assad warned him in no uncertain terms that Syria was ready to unleash its missiles against any country preparing for military intervention in Syria before they moved.

Some reports, however, suggest that the terrorists are now taking shelter in homes and apartments, using civilians as human shields. Deir el-Zour is the third rebel stronghold to fall to government control. Syrian troops had earlier defeated Free Syrian Army in Homs and Idlib.
Japan is temporarily closing the embassy in Damascus due to escalating violence in Syria.
In an open letter to anti-government groups, including the Syrian National Council (SNC) on Tuesday, Middle-East Director at the Human Rights Watch (HRW) Sarah Leah Whitson said that Syria’s armed groups embark on serious human rights violations, including torture, kidnapping and execution of the security forces and the government’s supporters.
The fighting began after Saudi-backed forces attacked a Wednesday protest rally on the third and final day of funeral processions for a man killed by the regime forces some days ago.(No matter how many die in the protests, we won’t see intervention here. The U.S. Navy depends on bases in Bahrain.)
N. Korea denies rocket launch will breach US pact
North Korea has denied that its upcoming satellite launch will breach an agreement with the United States, and blasted South Korea for a “smear campaign” against the widely criticised plan.
(They have launched satellites in the past, we can’t assume it is a violation of the pact.)
Soldiers at the base searched for the three night vision goggles – worth thousands of dollars each – but to no avail. Those responsible for the fiasco will likely be prosecuted and imprisoned. (Interesting to note, the 1,500 tank shells missing have now become 2,000 tank shells missing.)
Israel is phasing out a civilian nuclear reactor to which it has admitted foreign inspectors while keeping a second reactor, widely believed to have produced atom bombs, off-limits, officials said on Tuesday. (Hiding real nuclear bombs production? They should be bombed back-to-the-stone age if they don’t allow IAEA inspectors in. Isn’t that why Iran is in trouble? A double standard!! )
‘Settlers taking over Palestinian springs’ UN’s OCHA report claims settlers have taken over dozens of natural springs in West Bank, limiting or preventing Palestinian access to much-needed water sources, (I dare anyone to watch Israeli websites if you think I am prejudice. The country should be eliminated for humanitarian rights violations.)
London’s international bankers who own and control the Bank of England (BOE), the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) in Basel, Switzerland—where the world’s central banks draw—as well as the rest of the world’s central banks, are rapidly consuming what few independent central banks remain. In 2000, Afghanistan, Sudan, Iraq, Libya, Iran, North Korea, and Cuba had independent central banks. Names sound familiar? Think “Arab Spring”. (Think Rothschild and Soros.)