Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Kim Kardashian Skimpy Bikini Pictures On Megayacht UTOPIA III

Posted by David
Here are some Kim Kardashian cleavage bikini pictures as she lounging around Saturday off the waters of Miami on the 150-foot mega-yacht UTOPIA III. I will admit that she is a very pretty store-brought beauty, but still pretty nonetheless. However, she has no talent. what is she talented in a leaked sex tape porn? On the other hand, her sluttyness kinda make you wish you were a black man. Anyway, it is interesting watching Kim Kardashian try to pretend she has no idea how all these paparazzi got aboard the yacht she is conveniently wearing a bikini on. Which is hilarious considering she is holding a cellphone in virtually every shot trying to look important. But you know it is staged because a team of professional photographers manages to defy the laws of physic by not photographing her ass (Not counting the butt crack shot with long-lens) from behind.

The butt crack photo is not from the same source as the pretend candids or it would never have seen the little of day. So mixed in with this set are staged (the first 23) pictures on the yacht and a lot of actual candids that are not so flattering to Kim. Notice that the staged pics are from the waist up. That is because her backside looks like the tail-end of a fork lift and she doesn't want the photographers she hire to capture it. To tell you the truth, I am more interested in the pictures of the mega-yacht UTOPIA III then Kim or her mega-ass. There is just something about seen a chick taking it up the ass (raw) from some dude she knew for like a minute that put me off. Enough about the skanky slut, lets discuss the yacht she was on. The UTOPIA III, formerly: Bellini and Lady Linda, is 45.7 meters long and was constructed in the year of 1999 by builder: Trinity Yachts while styling is by Paragon.

Marisa Miller: Victoria’s Secret Swimwear 2010 (PHOTOS)

Marisa Miller
sizzled into Victoria’s Secret Swim Spring 2010 and there was not a doubt that she looked really beautiful like she always does. Marisa donned the different bikinis and the pictures are taken on a beach.

The beachwear that she wore, belong to different colors. They are really nice and attractive Victoria’s Secret swimwear and if Marisa is promoting that means they have to be really good. So if you are interested in buying some swimsuit for this summer that means you know where to go now.

Concern About Racism and Social Networking Grows

By Jennifer Valentino-DeVries
More human-rights groups are expressing concern about the use of social-networking sites to spread racism.

Ahead of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination on Sunday, three groups in Europe issued a statement indicating alarm at the use of social-networking sites to advance “racist and xenophobic views, especially among young people.” And last week, the Simon Wiesenthal Center released a report saying that racist and terrorist groups were relying more on social networks than they have before.

This is the second year that the Wiesenthal Center’s annual report covering hate groups on the Internet has highlighted the use of social networking. And Facebook last year faced questions about Holocaust-denial groups using its site.

Jessie Daniels, a professor at Hunter College in New York and the author of “Cyber Racism,” says racist groups online often use what she describes as “cloaking” to recruit people to their way of thinking. They may direct people to a site that calls itself educational and does not have any obvious ties to well-known racist groups. But the information on the site will be focused on topics such as Holocaust denial or repeal of civil rights legislation.

“It’s difficult for young people to discern this as connected to white supremacy. They just see it as a scholarly site,” Ms. Daniels said in an interview. The use of a social network makes the spread of this information easier. “Once a friend recommends something, then it adds a level of legitimacy to whatever they’re passing along,” she said.

As for what can be done about the spread of racism online, Ms. Daniels says users should alert service providers to racist content, but it’s up to the providers to determine whether the content violates their terms of service. Andrew Noyes, Facebook’s manager of public policy communications, says the site encourages people “to flag anything they feel violates our policies.”

But there is not always agreement about what should be allowed, particularly when it comes to the types of “cloaked” sites and groups that Ms. Daniels mentioned.

Dyson and Bernard debate Obama's lack of a 'black agenda'

Saturday, PBS host Tavis Smiley held a public meeting with black leaders and activists in Chicago calling on President Obama to embrace a set of policies specifically for African-Americans. Advocates for a 'black agenda' argue that it's necessary to have tailored policies for blacks because the community has suffered from the recession at a disproportionate rate. While others believe that the president's focus should not be race-based but on creating a broad agenda which will have an impact on the black community.

Georgetown's Professor Michael Eric Dyson and Michelle Bernard, President of the Independent Woman's Forum debated this issue on MSNBC.

Cuccinelli Attacks ObamaCare’s Individual Mandate

By Robert Romano

Today, Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli will file suit against the federal mandate imposed by ObamaCare that individuals must purchase health insurance. He and other courageous state attorneys general deserve our thanks.

In short, the Federal Constitution does not permit Congress to enact a mandate for individuals to purchase anything, let alone health insurance. The Fifth Amendment provides that “No person shall be… deprived of… liberty… without due process of law.” The American people have the liberty to choose their own health insurance plan — if they want one.

At issue in the case is a newly-enacted Virginia law that prohibits individual mandates — in direct contradiction to the federal statute.

Cuccinelli will argue that the Constitution provides no explicit grant of authority for Congress to mandate the purchase of insurance. According to the Roanoke Times, “With this law, the federal government will force citizens to buy health insurance, claiming it has the authority to do so because of its power to regulate interstate commerce," Cuccinelli said. "We contend that if a person decides not to buy health insurance, that person – by definition – is not engaging in commerce, and therefore, is not subject to a federal mandate."

Such a line of attack is the most likely to disarm government-run health care at its inception in a efficient period of time, even more so than a repeal strategy now being promoted by Congressional Republicans.

Repeal will take time — a luxury not on the side of those who stand with liberty — and depends upon victory in 2010 in the least.

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Obama’s Milestone

Appointment Watch: Isaacson

The mainstream media continue to ignore President Obama’s appointment of bizarre personnel to run the government. Personnel is policy. That being the case the American people need to know about these appointments. This week we look another Obama appointee. This is not an isolated incident or an occasional bad apple. This appointment is representative of the appointments he is making with little or no push back from the Senate during the confirmation process.

Walter Isaacson, Chairman of the Broadcasting Board of Governors

• Isaacson while managing editor of Time permitted a story to be run which questioned whether the U.S. had used nerve gas on defectors during the Vietnam War.
• Isaacson was chairman of CNN during the time the network was accused of bias toward the Palestinians.
• Isaacson’s CNN even refused to run pro-Israel ads that highlighted Israel’s democracy and freedom of religion.
• Isaacson’s nomination is currently pending before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. A hearing on his nomination is scheduled for today, March 23, 2010.

This is just a sample of the type of people President Obama is placing in positions of power within his Administration. If you want more information please visit: http://www.getliberty.org/content.asp?pl=187&contentid=187.

Next week we will examine one more. Those who are interested in exclusive information before it reaches the public, please contact Don@getliberty.org.

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Fighting the Good Fight

By Michael Swartz

It was a battle which began last spring and it took the side of right nearly a year to fall despite the odds against it. As I write this, the nationalization of one-sixth of the nation’s economy and the ability for government to pry further into all aspects of your personal life – indeed, control the fate of your very being – is essentially one Presidential signature away from happening.

Here’s yet another lesson to show elections mean things. Despite the turnover which played a vital role in the outcome, most of the main players were elected in 2008, the year America believed in hope and change. What we hoped for and what we’d change into were simply taken at the face value of that which was promised by most, but a few thinkers foresaw this entire drama coming and, like Paul Revere, attempted to sound the alarm.

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Her Life As A Sharecropper in Glendora, Ms

Ms. Lou Mae Wilham shares her life experience as a sharecropper in the 20th Century.

Gov. Chris Christie signs reform bills designed to make government worker pensions less generous

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - Gov. Chris Christie has signed three bills designed to save taxpayers billions of dollars by making pensions and health benefits for government workers less generous.

The Republican governor signed the reform measures late Monday, lingering at the Statehouse until about 8:30 p.m. when the bills reached his desk. He then held a public bill-signing, approving his first legislation taking office in January.

"Today is a great day for the taxpayers of the state of New Jersey," Christie said. "We've been talking for more than four years about the need for this type of beginning, fundamental reform."

The bills require all government workers to contribute at least 1.5 percent of their salaries toward health care costs, cap the amount of unused sick and vacation time workers can cash out at retirement and bar part-timers from enrolling in the state pension system.

One bill rolls back a 9 percent pension benefits increase the Legislature approved nearly a decade ago so that new employees won't be entitled to enhanced pensions. Another provision stops each worker from having more than one pension-eligible job at a time.

The bills advanced over the objections of the unions representing state workers, teachers, police officers and firefighters, all of whom argued that the reforms infringed on collective bargaining.

The Legislature tried to enact similar measures before but failed. Efforts in 2006 and 2008 were largely halted by then-Gov. Jon Corzine, a Democrat, who said he wanted benefits issues to be negotiated, not legislated.

Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver said she understood the unions' point of view but insisted the actions taken Monday were to help ensure the long-term financial health of the pension system.

"We cannot continue the track we are on," she said.



Pittisburgh : Elbert Thompson II, a fugitive from Michigan, was found at a Pittsburgh bar wearing only a hospital gown on Sunday.

Police arrested Thompson after he ran from JR's bar. Police said officers had to use a laser gun when Thompson refused to obey repeated commands to surrender.

Police said Thompson left Allegheny General Hospital and walked to the bar with an intravenous needle still in his arm. Thompson was wanted in Van-dergrift in Westmoreland County. He was also wanted in Michigan on charges connected to two bank robberies.

Nintendo unveils 3D DS

Nintendo is planning a 3D version of its popular DS handheld games console.

The move is a response to the whirlwind of attention being given to 3D content and devices. Rival Sony plans to launch 3D games and TVs later this year.

Most 3D systems require users to wear special glasses but Nintendo said that its system will not need such add-ons.

Nintendo described the 3DS - as the device is likely to be called - the successor to the DS, which has sold over 125 million units worldwide.

Nintendo said that the new console will be compatible with existing games.

It said the games console will be available at some point either this year or early 2011 and promised more details at the E3 games show in June this year.

Rewriting the Social Contract

By Bill Wilson

“A contract lawfully made cannot lawfully be broken.”—Thomas Hobbes.

Last week, Moody’s issued yet another warning that the U.S. was “significantly” closer to having its credit downgraded. In short, if interest owed on the national debt, currently at an annual 8.49 percent of revenue at $188 billion, rises above 14 percent, the U.S. will lose its Triple-A credit rating.

As ALG News reported last week, by the White House’s own estimates, the U.S. will hit that dreaded market-imposed limit on sovereign debt some time in 2014. In that year, under Barack Obama’s ten-year budget — which includes the unsustainable costs of ObamaCare — annual interest owed at $510 billion will represent 14.76 percent of revenue.

At that point, there will be nothing to prevent the nation’s credit from being downgraded — with interest rates skyrocketing and the dollar losing its status as the world’s reserve currency. By then, it will be too late.

In order to avert flying off this precipice, as reported by Bloomberg, Pierre Cailleteau, managing director of sovereign risk at Moody’s in London has stated that the U.S. may need to rewrite its “social contract” between the government and the American people.

But, in truth, the nation’s social contract was rewritten decades ago. It was rewritten with the ratification of the income tax; when the Federal Reserve was established; when Social Security, and then Medicare were instituted; and when Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were nationalized, and the Troubled Asset Relief Program created.

In short, it was rewritten about the time that half of Americans were removed the tax rolls, and the other half ask to pay their way. When the U.S. became the entitlement state.

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Editorial: The Battle May Be Lost, but the War Is Not

The die has been cast. Last night, despite overwhelming opposition by the American people to the government taking over the nation’s entire health care system, the House of Representatives voted 219 to 212 to do just that, adopting the Senate version of ObamaCare.

Despite the victory lap House Democrats took on Capitol Hill last night, and Barack Obama at the White House, the American people should not be disheartened. It was for their efforts alone that this process divided the Congressional majority for a year, making it long, bloody, and costly.

34 Democrats joined with 178 Republicans to cast bipartisan opposition to the measure. That is no mistake. Without the tenacity of the American people, expressed in the tea parties, at the town halls, and in hundreds of thousands of phone calls, emails, letters, and faxes sent to Washington and district-level offices, this bill would have surely passed a year ago.

One is reminded of the Battle of Thermopylae in 480 BC, where in the ancient world, after being betrayed by a local shepherd (Arlen Specter?), 300 Spartans, along with 700 Thespians and another 400 Thebans held the narrow mountain Greek pass on the third day of fighting, inflicting grave casualties against the Persian horde led by the tyrant Xerxes. The bulk of the 7,000 Allied infantry who had stood with them the first two days of fighting were ordered in retreat while the doomed Spartans stood their ground, buying the Greeks much-needed time to reconstitute their forces.

The Battle of Thermopylae was lost. The Spartans were wiped out almost to the last man. But the battle was so costly for the Persians that they lost the war.

As chronicled by Victor Davis Hanson, “The Greeks took encouragement from the unprecedented sacrifice of a Spartan King and his royal guard on their behalf. And so a few weeks later at the sea battle of Salamis near Athens — and then again the next year at the great infantry collision on the plains of Plataea — the Greeks defeated, and eventually destroyed, the Persian invaders. The rallying cry of the victors was Thermopylae, the noble sacrifice of the final stand of the outnumbered Greeks, and especially the courage of the fallen Three Hundred Spartans under King Leonidas.”

The example is instructive. Despite overwhelming supermajorities in both houses of Congress, the American people nonetheless stood up throughout 2009 and 2010 in opposition to the unbridled expansion of government power embodied in ObamaCare. They stood in the way, and the sacrifice they made has indeed bloodied the Congressional majority, and bought much time for the people to reawaken to the dangers of an overreaching regime.

The political paradigm has shifted. Just as Thermopylae was a rallying cry for the Greeks as they went on to defeat the Persian million-man horde, the American people should take heart in what they were able to accomplish in battling the ObamaCare abomination. Thermopylae, after all, was a single battle. The war is not yet lost.

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ALG Condemns House for Enacting $2.5 Trillion “ObamaCare”; Encourages States to Attack Individual Mandate

March 22nd, 2010, Fairfax, VA—Americans for Limited Government President Bill Wilson today condemned the House of Representatives for enacting what he termed “the government takeover of health care that will ration treatment, increase the cost of premiums, and force Americans onto government-run insurance.”

Last night, the House passed the Senate version of “ObamaCare” 219 to 212. Wilson encouraged states, like Virginia, to pursue their plans to sue against the constitutionality of the federal mandate that individuals purchase health insurance.

Wilson said that the “Constitution does not permit Congress to enact any mandate for individuals to purchase anything, let alone health insurance.”

According to the Roanoke Times, Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli will file his suit against the individual mandates tomorrow. “With this law, the federal government will force citizens to buy health insurance, claiming it has the authority to do so because of its power to regulate interstate commerce," Cuccinelli said. "We contend that if a person decides not to buy health insurance, that person – by definition – is not engaging in commerce, and therefore, is not subject to a federal mandate."

“The individual mandate is the mechanism that will force the American people on to government-run health care,” Wilson said.

“By design, ObamaCare makes insurance premiums more expensive and more unaffordable by mandating minimum levels of coverage. Now, as individuals are forced to purchase plans that they cannot afford, they will have no choice but to opt into a government plan, like Medicaid,” Wilson explained.

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