On The Money with Peter Hebert

September 27, 2011

On the Money with Peter Hebert, “The Two Party System,” September 27, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 3:57 AM

This pre-recorded segment of On the Money with Peter Hebert is titled “The Two Party System.” Have Americans grown tired of equally bad choices that produce equally bad outcomes? Is there a reason this generation of Americans has seen the two worst Presidents, back to back, in our history? What are some of the causes for America’s discontent with our federal institutions? This half hour commentary explores these issues and more.Listen here.

September 26, 2011

BBC Speechless As Trader Tells Truth: “The Collapse Is Coming…And Goldman Rules The World”

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 9:56 PM

An atheist was seated next to a little girl on an airplane ….

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 7:34 PM

An atheist was seated next to a little girl on an airplane and he turned to her and said, “Do you want to talk? Flights go quicker if you strike up a conversation with a fellow passenger.”
The little girl, who had just started to read her book, replied to the total stranger,
“What would you want to talk about?”
“Oh, I don’t know,” said the atheist. “How about why there is no God?” as he smiled smugly.
“Ok,” she said. Let me ask you a question first: “A horse, a cow, and a deer all eat the same stuff – grass.
Yet a deer excretes little pellets, while a cow turns out a flat patty, but a horse produces clumps. Why do you suppose that is?” …
The atheist, visibly surprised by the little girl’s intelligence, thinks about it and says, “Hmmm, I have no idea.”
To which the little girl replies, “Do you really feel qualified to discuss why there is no God when you don’t know crap?” and then she went back to reading her book.

September 23, 2011

On the Money with Peter Hebert, “Christian Ideas in a Defiantly Secular World,” September 23, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 4:38 PM

This two-part, pre recorded, half hour installments of On the Money with Peter Hebert features an exclusive interview Ben Heath, pastor with Christian Overcomers. In this series, we explore the basic questions many have: What is the Gospel? What is another Gospel and another Jesus? Are we in the period known as the birth pangs?

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/peterhebert/2011/09/21/christian-ideas-in-a-defiantly-secular-society-1-of-2
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/peterhebert/2011/09/23/christian-ideas-in-a-defiantly-secular-society-2-of-2

Elizabeth Warren with Jon Stewart

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 3:25 AM

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September 21, 2011

On the Money with Peter Hebert, “Occupy Wall Street!” September 21, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 3:04 PM

Many Americans are still hot under the collar, because there is no real economic recovery after the $700 billion Wall Street bailout. This several part segment of On the Money with Peter Hebert is titled “Occupy Wall Street!” The true unemployment rate is higher than the government’s published numbers. The number of Americans living in poverty is remarkably high. Foreclosures and fraud on the courts ruined the public trust and the economy. The top one percent of Americans run the show. What about the rest of America? What about the other 99 percent? Food Stamps are the only public policy measure preventing widespread riots against the establishment.

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/tctradio/2011/09/21/occupy-wall-street

September 20, 2011

On the Money with Peter Hebert, “Occupy Wall Street!” September 21, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 2:50 PM

Many Americans are still hot under the collar, because there is no real economic recovery after the $700 billion Wall Street bailout. This segment of On the Money with Peter Hebert is titled “Occupy Wall Street!” The true unemployment rate is higher than the government’s published numbers. The number of Americans living in poverty is remarkably high. Foreclosures and fraud on the courts ruined the public trust and the economy. The top one percent of Americans run the show. What about the rest of America? What about the other 99 percent? Food Stamps are the only public policy measure preventing widespread riots against the establishment.http://www.blogtalkradio.com/tctradio/2011/09/21/occupy-wall-street

September 19, 2011

Occupy Wall Street Protests

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 2:16 AM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=cG_TKAJyV6k

September 18, 2011

Domestic Terrorism and Enemies of the Republic

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 6:29 PM

Terror cells have been located and identified, and an awakened public goes into code red.

Occupy Wall Street

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 2:49 PM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=JBUHZ-aMkCY

A Modest Call to Action on this September 17th

Published 2011-09-18 01:46:38 UTC by agnosticnixie

(Source: https://occupywallst.org)

This statement is ours, and for anyone who will get behind it. Representing ourselves, we bring this call for revolution.

We want freedom for all, without regards for identity, because we are all people, and because no other reason should be needed. However, this freedom has been largely taken from the people, and slowly made to trickle down, whenever we get angry.

Money, it has been said, has taken over politics. In truth, we say, money has always been part of the capitalist political system. A system based on the existence of have and have nots, where inequality is inherent to the system, will inevitably lead to a situation where the haves find a way to rule, whether by the sword or by the dollar.

We agree that we need to see election reform. However, the election reform proposed ignores the causes which allowed such a system to happen. Some will readily blame the federal reserve, but the political system has been beholden to political machinations of the wealthy well before its founding.

We need to address the core facts: these corporations, even if they were unable to compete in the electoral arena, would still remain control of society. They would retain economic control, which would allow them to retain political control. Term limits would, again, not solve this, as many in the political class already leave politics to find themselves as part of the corporate elites.

We need to retake the freedom that has been stolen from the people, altogether.

  1. If you agree that freedom is the right to communicate, to live, to be, to go, to love, to do what you will without the impositions of others, then you might be one of us.
  2. If you agree that a person is entitled to the sweat of their brows, that being talented at management should not entitle others to act like overseers and overlords, that all workers should have the right to engage in decisions, democratically, then you might be one of us.
  3. If you agree that freedom for some is not the same as freedom for all, and that freedom for all is the only true freedom, then you might be one of us.
  4. If you agree that power is not right, that life trumps property, then you might be one of us.
  5. If you agree that state and corporation are merely two sides of the same oppressive power structure, if you realize how media distorts things to preserve it, how it pits the people against the people to remain in power, then you might be one of us.

And so we call on people to act

  1. We call for protests to remain active in the cities. Those already there, to grow, to organize, to raise consciousnesses, for those cities where there are no protests, for protests to organize and disrupt the system.
  2. We call for workers to not only strike, but seize their workplaces collectively, and to organize them democratically. We call for students and teachers to act together, to teach democracy, not merely the teachers to the students, but the students to the teachers. To seize the classrooms and free minds together.
  3. We call for the unemployed to volunteer, to learn, to teach, to use what skills they have to support themselves as part of the revolting people as a community.
  4. We call for the organization of people’s assemblies in every city, every public square, every township.
  5. We call for the seizure and use of abandoned buildings, of abandoned land, of every property seized and abandoned by speculators, for the people, for every group that will organize them.

We call for a revolution of the mind as well as the body politic.

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