Wednesday, April 1, 2009

I Should Think Before I Act

In my last post, I had included a video of politician Newt Gingrich endorsing the Tax Day Tea Party - it has since been taken down. Research was done on this individual and it appears he and his ilk wish to take advantage of the situation for political gain and partisan action (not surprisingly). According to a statement found on this Web site, the Tea Party will not collaborate with, or accept funding from, those with a partisan agenda.

Sunday, March 29, 2009

April 15, 2009 - National Tea Party

April 15 will be a day of nationwide protest, as 300 towns and cities will participate in the Tax Day Tea Party. The federal government has pushed us too far - they have fucked up royal and stomped on our Constitution for far too long. The time has come for them to know our anger, to know they've pissed off millions of people. If protesting is your thing, you can find info about where your local April 15 demonstration will be at either of these Web sites:

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Let Them Know Your Anger

On Feb. 27, demonstrations took place in cities across the U.S. in protest of the stimulus bill - the people of this country grow more infuriated by the day at the actions of the federal government and financial institutions. Take heart at their example - do not be afraid to let your rage be known.

Here is a link to a thread at the forum that has collected images and news stories of these events.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Welcome to Alter-Crypt

This blog serves as a gathering point for information sharing and commentary on the infinite insanity that occurs upon this world. With that said, here is our first topic of interest:

The Monday 16 broadcast of the radio program Coast to Coast AM brought up the subject of how several U.S. states are creating bills that assert their sovereignty and protect their citizens from the increasingly out-of-control actions of the federal government. One of the show's primary guests was activist and documentary film-maker, Alex Jones, who was joined throughout the night by various state representatives.
It was quite shocking to learn over twenty states, including New Hampshire, Oklahoma and Arizona, are taking these measures in an attempt to stand up for the principals set forth in the Constitution.

Here is part 1 of 10 of Monday night's show:

The remaining segments can be found here.