Archive for August 11, 2011


Enacted in Congress many years ago to deal with the cost of living increases annually. Every year Congress adds 7 1/2% to its overall budget. lt did not matter if the cost of living had no increase, Congress still adds on 7 1/2% per year.


This is the main reason why we have a 14.5 Trillion dollar debt today.


The first time I became aware of it was on the Rush Limbaugh talk show in the 90~s. Rush explained it so eloquently but the masses were being manipulated by the National media and the political progressive movement in this country, The best example was where the Republicans finally had control of the house and Senate with Newt Gingrich leading the pack with the A New Contract with America After over 40+ years of Democratic control.


The new deal lead by the New Republicans in the majority was to cut baseline budgeting in half or 3 1/2% increase per year. But to listen to the political pundits and the so called main stream media, The nasty Republicans were going to starve old people out of their homes and cut food programs out of the public school system. The ignorant populas bought into the outright lies even though we were stilt having a 3 1/2% increase over all. Now with the country ready to default on its loans and no balanced budget in sight, the politicians are still not even thinking about baseline 7 1/2% increases per year.


The only way to turn this country around is to eliminate baseline budgeting down to zero. Anything else is pure smoke and mirrors.


The so called new deal claims it cuts 3 Trillion over ten years, but with baseline budgeting still in place there will be over 8 Trillion new debt on top of 14 Trillion past down to our children.


Shame on all elected Politicians.

Steve Berry


Who’s kidding who?


This country is looking at a fourteen trillion dollar debt created by our elected officials in Washington. To the average Joe like myself what does a trillion dollars represent? I came up with a comparison to shine some light on these crooks. My first comparison is the difference between one billion dollars and one trillion dollars. Take out a ten dollar bill and put it next to a penny. It is the same as a million dollars to one billion dollars. Now let’s do to the math. The democrats want to cut this debt by thirty billion dollars. Using my scale fourteen trillion dollars is scaled down to one hundred and forty dollars; thirty billion is less than one third of one percent or five cents. Chump change!


Now let’s compare the republicans generosity, these crooks are ready to cut the debt by one hundred billion or fifteen cents out of one hundred forty dollars, big whoop.


The first thing I would do is pull a Ross Perot, go into each area of government and find 20 percent waste and fraud. I will only charge five percent of the twenty percent without touching any sacred cows which would balance the budget within ten years and have a five percent surplus. The second thing I would do is impeach every elected official from the president down. The third thing I would do is term limits on all elected officials, career politicians need not apply! The fourth thing I would do is tort reform, to control frivolous lawsuits with a two hundred fifty thousand dollar cap on all cases. The fifth thing I would do is regulate speculators. This would put a stop to the George Soros of the world trying to destroy the economy by devaluing the dollar. This would be a great platform for a god fearing, freedom loving, and conservative thinking person. In other words the average Joe like me can do a better job than these crooks in Washington today. P.s with the five percent that I’m charging to clean up Washington I would have enough funds to take on anyone in the presidential arena.


From one average Joe to another,

Steve Berry







This man has been graded the worst president in American history. I agree, but I am a freedom loving, god fearing, conservative thinking person. If you are talking to a progressive/liberal, to them he is there hero and an icon to their movement of total government control and power over the population.


In the early seventy’s president Carter helped with the enhancement of the N.E.A (National Education Association) with the full intent to control what was being taught in our public school system with the motto one size fits all. A brilliant move that has come full cycle. The results, our next generation will not know how we achieved the freedoms this country experienced. Their ignorance of the past will make them subjects of a fascist state, and it only took less than fifty years. Indoctrination works. Otherwise we would not be in a crisis state of affairs. To the progressives, they would not have come this far without Mr. Carter’s vision. A true hero to the oppressors




Steve Berry



mad as hell Corruption goes hand-in-hand with politics. Whats happening now is all part of the long term plan to bring the US down a few notches. Get a copy of “The Report From Iron Mountain” read it and you’ll understand a little more.

I’m tired of Republicans and Democrats who either want – Republicans who want to burn the place to the ground and Democrats, with all due respect, who want to offer a plan that gets it through the end of their second term of their presidency, and then screws me and my kids when it’s over!


 Let’s not forget the council of 10 governors, set up by excutive order of Obama. One governor for each of the ten f-e-m-a districts, to combine the national guard with active military. Former governor Jim Douglas was appointed to district 1. The only one to be appointed to his own district.

According to National Journal‘s White House correspondent Marc Ambinder the U.S. already has a game plan in place. “If what happened in London ever happened in the US, the military has plans — CONPLAN 3501 and 3502 — to suppress the ‘insurrection,” wrote Hudson.


 Silver, I started buying it 7 Years ago, at that time is was about $6.00 an oz. Today it’s close to 40 bucks an oz., so I did pretty well for taking physical delivery. I know people that sold theirs when it hit $35, was that a smart move, I don’t know.

Jim Rogers of International Commodities Index was asked point blank this week whether or not he thinks silver prices could run into the triple digits. “If it does, then we’ll all have to sell because then you’ve got a bubble, you’ve got a parabolic move and all parabolic moves end badly,”

I think if you buy now you can sell before any bubble burst, as long as you can figure out when that might happen, there’s the trick.

From another report: There’s something unusual afoot in the silver bullion market. The metal’s up more than 11 percent in two weeks of trading. Silver spot prices ended the weekend at $43.05. That’s just $6.40 off silver’s all-time record high $49.45 that was set in 1980.

We’ll just have to wait and see where the market goes from here. I’m going to try and wait it out until the price hits the highest I think it will go. Will I sell, I don’t know yet. Kinda like the look and feel of the stuff.

Good luck to silver buffs.