Great story. I’m not even going to bother to excerpt it.
It was a scary few moments for Global Toronto reporter Mark McAllister last night, who suffered an on-air medical issue that left him with badly garbled speech. While viewers watched, McAllister attempted to add to a news story on the strife in Libya, but the information he was trying to present about Canadian fighter planes performing missions in the area was nonsensical.
I’m done. I can’t finish reading Atlas Shrugged… Time of death, page 674. I can’t even….
“I notice there are mostly white people here. I wonder why there aren’t more Cubans, and Venezuelans, Koreans, Vietnamese, Russians, Egyptians, Africans, Pakistanis, Chinese and Colombians. Didn’t they come here to escape dictatorships and corrupt governments? Why aren’t they worried about this “fundamental transformation” that is making our country look like the one they left? Maybe they don’t speak English so they don’t watch Glenn Beck.”
From World Nut Daily:
Why do liberals embrace Shariah law even though “beheading your wife” seems to go against the feminist movement’s mantra? Why do liberals embrace Islam knowing it frowns on homosexuality?
Because they have the same goals. Progressives, communists, liberals, globalists and Muslims want to destroy America. When that goal is reached, they will fight for top billing. It will be bloody.
And entered skimming mode about 200 pages back.
“I’m after a man whom I want to destroy. He died many centuries ago, but until the last trace of him is wiped out of men’s minds, we will not have a decent world to live in.”
Rearden looked at him blankly, not understanding.
“He was the man who robbed the rich and gave to the poor. Well, I’m the man who robs the poor and gives to the rich–or, to be exact, the man who robs the thieving poor and gives back to the productive rich.”
The Schienenzeppelin or rail zeppelin was an experimental railcar which resembles a zeppelin airship in appearance. It was designed and developed by the German aircraft engineer Franz Kruckenberg in 1929. Propulsion was by means of a propeller located at the rear, and only a single example was ever built.