Well the blame game is just getting under way. First we have the Benghazi murders that neither the White House nor the State Department wants to talk about. First they blamed the attack on a video and then on spontaneous protests. And there are survivors who will testify before Congress on Wednesday, several under alleged threats from the government.
Next we have the Boston Marathon bombings where one dead brother is being refused a burial site and the other is being Mirandized to clam up. Neither the White House nor the Justice Department will say who gave the order for that. Guess they must know all they need to know from the friends of bombers also, as one at least has been released to his mother's custody with a GPS bracelet on his ankle.
Then there is the trial of murderess, Jodi Arias that has taken up more air time than the entire NBA regular season, while a butcher of infants in Philadelphia gets ignored by the privately-owned major media. The former is a sick woman that needs to be found guilty because she destroyed the life of a young man in his prime, and the latter the death penalty for the countless murders he committed in the name of unwanted pregnancies.
With all that is going on, I still managed to place a small wager on Orb in the Kentucky Derby and be rewarded a winning ticket. And that is the only certainty to report on this day. Lot's of questions and very few answers. Tell me again why I should believe what is reported as news?
By The People
There are fundamental flaws in how American government operates today,
contrary to the Constitution and the vision of a representative republican form of governance.
I intend doing something about it: by educating and informing others who
are not even aware of the dangers.