Friday, December 31, 2004

Time to create 2005 with Powerful Intentions Part I

Create 2005, you ask? Isn't it already coming, you ask? How can I create 2005?

No, it's not simple. Not for most of us. As a matter of fact, this is my first foray into actually intentionally creating 2005 for my experiences. However, I have learned, and I believe, that we do indeed create our own realities. Unfortunately for about 99.99% of humanity, we create our reality with our subconscious mind, deliberately creating more of what we do not want then what we do want. Our subconscious mind is a funny little creature, but oh so powerful.

For instance, when I say "I don't want to smoke.", my subconscious will only pick up the following: "I want to smoke." Not so good. It ignores the negative. It then creates the thoughts which create the things that we tell it we want, intentionally or unintentionally. That's why we need to create our reality with powerful intentions. In Daniel's Blog, I frequently mention my powerful intentions. I more frequently mention them in Daniel's Dashnier's Powerful Intentions area of the PI website. I haven't mastered this art yet, but I have decided I should play it like a game. I've begun to identify what I do not want in 2005, which will help create contrast with what I do want in 2005, which sparks the energy to create the thoughts of what I want, and therefore begin the process of manifesting my powerful intentions.

I've found myself out of time for now to create this post, so more to come in "Part II."

Share your thoughts here or visit my blog at Powerful Intentions and leave a comment somewhere there. I look forward to sharing 2005 and all of it's wonder and beauty potential with you. Let's create 2005 together for the greatest good of ourselves and all involved!


Thursday, December 30, 2004

Read this about Outsourcing

Ed Busacker created this powerful entry about outsourcing that I commented on (see my comments too when you read his post). It's worth your time to read and comment on. But as he mentions, please don't defend outsourcing. Not that we would berate you (at least not too badly) if you were to defend it, just heed the true results that I mention in my comments before you do post. If you agree with us, of course, post a comment. It's important that this subject be renewed at the forefront for it is the cause of a lot of the employment problems that exist today. Our domestic policy is destroying lives. And that is not some overstatement. Just do a little research and find out for yourself how devastating it can be.


Thursday, December 23, 2004

Christmas, Drug Policy, and Allowing

It is finally here. The day before the day before Christmas. Shopping done? Mine isn't. Then again, I onlyhave one thing left to pick up. I'm looking forward to the store shopping experience about as much as I'd look forward to licking razor blades. It isn't that I'm not in the "Christmas Spirit," because I certainly am for the most part. However, this year is different. First, the crowds annoy me. Not so much the crowds as the attitudes of the people in the crowds. So much cyniscism, anger, frustration, and overwhelm. What's happening to people? It truly disturbs me that so many people greet this, the most wonderful time of the year, with anger, frustration, and stress. It doesn't have to be that way, but of course they're missing the whole point of the holiday season. If Charles Dickens' ghosts were real, they would have to to millions of simultaneous presentations to Scrooges around the world tomorrow night. Maybe that's exactly what is needed. We've had a reminder of how precious life is, and I doubt those families will be stressing out over where to get the latest Star Wars game, figuring out Megapixels for a digital camera, or getting the latest J. K. Rowling mass hysteria sellout (a.k.a. Harry Potter), to make sure everything is "just right" for their "perfect Christmas." Instead, they'll be wondering if their son or daughter survived this week's attack on a mess tent by a suicide bomber, and if they'll be ringing in the New Year by making funeral arrangements.

What will it take for the rest of us to wake up? A bomb here in the U.S.? 100s of U.S. Soldiers dead in one day? Thousands? There won't be an impromptu sharing and soccer game between the soldiers and insurgents like that famous Christmas Eve so many years ago during the First World War. I'm doubting the insurgents will want to celebrate an Evil Crusader Holiday, and in turn, I'm doubting our troops will want to play around with the people who are keeping them from coming home any time soon.

Now to a horse of a different color...

Drug Policy in America

We have a very informative discussion in the Spiritual Democracy Forum on Drug Policy. We need people who've had experience with drugs (no judgment, we're not there to judge, but to share and learn, grow, and change public policies and perceptions as needed), treatment of drugs, spiritual use of drugs, and oh-so-much-more. I invite you to join in our Drug Policy Discussion today, with my rather limited knowledge, combined with the intelligence of another participant, which will contribute to the entire Powerful Intentions Community jumping into the conversation. I see the power in this discussion. Come join in.


I've been working on Allowing lately. It stems from what I've learned in the arena of "choosing the thought that feels bettter," from Abraham-Hicks. You can read their quote every day to the right, or by visiting The Powerful Intentions of Daniel Dashnier and looking below "Abraham Quotes." It's updated every day. Join in the discussion, I guarantee you might be able to learn something new.

One more entry before I leave for the Christmas Holiday weekend. Maybe. I might just leave it at this, and let you all play, learn, and grow, and spend some time with your families if that's your thing. Merry Christmas to all, Happy Holidays, or whatever it is we're supposed to say. But, wait, my blog, so Merry Christmas!!


Wednesday, December 22, 2004

Do that many people really believe we've already made contact with aliens?

I have to say I'd be one who says "Contact has already been made." along with 59% of other people who voted in a poll online at This ties perfectly in to how I feel and how some recent blog posts have been going. Everything in synchronicity again, and it's wonderful! For example, Julie Coombs, a powerful creator at Powerful Intentions, created a blog entry about the survey. Ed Busacker has also added an entry to his blog, and I've commented on it regarding some interesting experiences with street lights turning off, and a side note on a possible time-loss abduction.

Great stuff. Go check it out. Get involved. Write a comment. C'mon...write a comment...afraid of the stars?



Tuesday, December 21, 2004

Insurgency Surge?

So, is the Iraqi insurgency experiencing a true surge in activity?

After today's attack on a U. S. base in Mosul, one has to start asking some harsher questions about this war, lest we become apathetic and end up with the oily version of Vietnam.

Many of those killed were from Fort Lewis, which is where all of the poeple I know that are in Iraq currently are based out of. Now that community must stand and wait, just like so many other places across this nation each and every day when a new attack comes over the news wires.

This was on an army base! Base=Secure, right? Apparently, No. Neither does The Green Zone.

Free Iraq? Elections on the 30th of January?

We'll see.

Right now, let's think about how much our gas prices might go down because there's a "free Iraq." Or maybe the families that not only won't have their loved one home for Christmas, but now will have to spend Christmas planning a funeral. Wake up America. Your children are dying.


Department of Peace

Over in the Spiritual Democracy Forum, a great person and friend, Mary K. created a thread entitled the "Global Renaissance Alliance," which discusses the creation of the U.S. Department of Peace. Now, I find this concept fascinating. I also have doubts that it could actually occur. That, of course is obvious given the administration's apparent love for war (even though support for the war is now slipping, according to a new poll by the Washington Post), and supporting lackluster management by Donald Rumsfeld. That aside, I think this post is not only worth checking out, it's worth discussing. So come on over, and join in the discussion.


P.S.: Some "Web Wizardry" has happened! My Powerful Intentions Intro Page and my other blog (Daniel's Blog) come in #3 and #4 when a search is run on "Powerful Intentions" in Yahoo! That is something to celebrate!!

Sunday, December 19, 2004

Access Your Abundance

I've got a comment on this post, and I've now replied. Since Abundance is such an important part of life, I thought it appropriate to re-post a directly link to it. Enjoy.

The Truth is Out There: Accessing Your Abundance

Thursday, December 16, 2004

Letting work suck my time away?

Hi all,

Apparently I've been allowing my new job to get in the way of posting to my blog. But that's not entirely true, you see. I've been writing slightly more often in Daniel's Blog at Powerful Intentions. The reason is really quite simple. Over there, I can make some more missive personal posts, and continue in my contribution to the Powerful Intentions Community. In addition, I have been posting about Powerful Intention Blogs of Interest, and will soon be adding them here as well on the right under "Blogs of Interest." Of course, if you're a part of Powerful Intentions, and a friend (request me as a friend at my Intro Page if you haven't done so), I'd be happy to add you to my B of I list here. Just shoot my a message in Powerful Intentions, and give me the URL. I'll then, of course, appreciate some reciprocation to keep my blog in the "Powerful Blogs" at Powerful Intentions. ;-)

I've also been working on developing some mind-stimulating posts in my two forums over at Powerful Intentions. They are The Spiritual Democracy Forum and a forum for Matrix movie fans (and "Matrix Philosophers") called, simply, The Matrix. I haven't been moving forward with the speed and ease I've been desiring (which means I'm not allowing!), because my brain is suffering some "overload" from learning the world of Health Insurance. I'm enjoying it a great deal, and we have a great trainer, who happens to co-own with her husband, the famous Rowe Pottery Works in Cambridge, Wisconsin. She's a great trainer: entertaining, intelligent, certainly not "dry," and has a great sense of humor. I have a feeling I'll be a great employee in no small part due to her! (and I didn't just write that to get more discounts at Rowe Pottery!! :-)

I'd appreciate your comments here (open forum) on what types of stories and items you'd like to see on this blog. Also--visit my Powerful Intentions "Intention Blog" and join in the conversation of Intentions. Visit my friend's blogs as well. You're in for some "powerful" reading!


Tuesday, December 07, 2004

Worth us Remembering: December 7th, 1941

The attack came suddenly and with little to now warning.
It was a beautiful morning, sunny, comfortable.
Then the planes came. Death and destruction became the order of the day.

No, this wasn't New York.

This was the "original." This was the attack that sealed America's fate, and sealed the end for Italy, Germany, and most importantly, Japan. This was the day that caused a roundup of people of a certain racial descent right here in the United States, by another Attorney General with a quick reaction to an event of such proportions. Japanese nationals and people of Japanese origin were rounded up quickly. Defense plants across the nation were locked down. Private flights cancelled. "Especially in California, because of their large Japanese population," as the New York Times article from the day after indicates.

63 years ago today, America changed. 2,403 dead. 188 destroyed U.S. military planes. A crippled Pacific Fleet with 8 battleships damaged or destroyed. America attacked, on its own soil, by a foreign government. It is still the worst foreign attack on this nation, since terrorists have no nation to call their own (except Saudi Arabia and Iraq, perhaps?).

While September 11th, 2001 obviously overshadows Pearl Harbor in scope of the loss of life, the shock to this nation, it should also be remembered as a lesson to this great nation of ours. It seems to me we all but forgot the sacrifices made 63 years ago. Sure, we had the movie about Pearl Harbor (whatever one's opinion of it may be). But did we really remember? Will we forget 9/11 in another 30 or 40 years if we have prosperity, only to be surprised again?

I can only hope not.

On a brighter note, I started working again yesterday, after a long journey to find employment. I really appreciate the job I now have, and all that it has to offer. I appreciate WPS, and am proud to be one of the newest members of their family. Working together for the greater good.

My Powerful Intentions blog has some wonderful information worth reading. I hope you'll visit it, participate, comment, and enjoy. There truly is some Powerful Stuff over there!

In Appreciation for our troops,

Daniel Dashnier
The Spiritual Democracy Forum and The Matrix forum

Friday, December 03, 2004

Love "The Matrix" Trilogy?

If you do, and like trivia and just plain talking about "The Matrix" (it "has you," you know), then visit The Matrix Forum that I've created in addition to my Spiritual Democracy Experiment forum over at Powerful Intentions. I sure would love to see someone "break" the ice in my experiment to see where the Spiritual (Energy) Democracy Forum can go. PI is a great place to be, and I'm having a blast doing what I do over there. And, for those of you who have an Intention to get some web traffic, joining Powerful Intentions is a great place to do that. Creativity in your blog, creating forums, and your unique "Intentions Blog" (that's mine) will allow your Intro Page to soar through the rankings rapidly in various search engines. This is truly the easiest thing I've ever done to get my traffic up.

Hope to see some ideas shared in the Democracy Forum, and have som fun in The Matrix! I do want to see just how deep the rabbit hole goes...

-Agent Smith
(And you thought I was gone...)

Thursday, December 02, 2004

The Spiritual Democracy Forum Created

The Spiritual Democracy Forum has just been created over at Powerful Intentions. I encourage you to visit the forum and Powerful Intentions to share in this great experiment in a new form of changing the political landscape. Read the blog entry (click The Spiritual Democracy Forum in the first sentence) above and take a look. This isn't your Far Right slash and burn and make you conform to my spiritual thinking. Hell, you don't even have to be spiritual (but it will help to at least be scientifically spiritual in the realm of Quantum Physics).

See you over there soon.


Wednesday, December 01, 2004


Immortality is claimed to be offered by the use of magnetic fields by wearing rings created by Alex Chiu. I have a friend who has used the rings with apparently some great health benefits. Check out the site, and decide for yourself. Just click Immortality.


Tuesday, November 30, 2004

A Note From the Universe

These have always fascinated me, and I'm sure you'll appreciate today's note from the Universe.
For more information on "Notes from the Universe," click on the available link.

Life's so called "tests", Daniel, aren't really tests at all.

And to dispel a common misconception, they certainly aren't given by me.They're just the facts and circumstances one has crafted, that, ever so conveniently, draw attention to powers and comprehensions they've yet to claim.

Amazing how these things work themselves out, huh?

-The Universe
Thoughts become things... choose the good ones!®
© ®
If anything, they're more like take-home tests, Daniel, if you know what I mean, that come with built in answers.

Monday, November 29, 2004

See The World As It Is

Some Great Daily Motivation for you from Mr. Max Steingart...

The truth is what it is.
It's neither good nor bad. It's simple reality.
Tailor your concepts to fit reality,
instead of trying to stuff reality into your concepts.
No matter what you believe, it won't change the facts.
If we all worked on the assumption
that what is accepted as true is really true, there would be little hope of advancement in the world.
Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored.
If fifty million people say a foolish thing, it's still a foolish thing.
Successful people are realistic
and aren't trapped by false appearances.
Stay realistic on the road to success.
©2004 by Max Steingart Reproduce freely but maintain © notice

Powerful Stuff at Powerful Intentions

Powerful Stuff at Powerful Intentions is a way to view the Powerful Intentions "hot forums" and great links. Powerful Intentions is a great place to explore and learn more about why we are here, how much fun we can have, and what happens if we raise the vibration together, get inspired, and get "involved" in and on a whole new level! I encourage you to check out this Powerful Stuff today.

-Daniel Dashnier

Sunday, November 28, 2004

Accessing Your Abundance

This is not on the "political" side of things, but switching to the powerfully personal side.
If you visit Powerful Intentions, you'll see some information posted about Abundance. I've worked with a great coach, Teresa Romain, who helps people (and has greatly helped me) Access their Abundance which already exists inside all of us. We're all abundant human beings, we're all "Amazing" human beings, and we all should be aware that Abundance is our birthright. I encourage you to take a look at Teresa's Access Abundance Website and jump on back here and tell me what you think. I'd like to open up more great discussions with our readers about abundance, personal development, and--of course--politics.

-Daniel Dashnier

A Change is Coming

I've been doing a lot of thinking in the last 24 hours or so about the status of this blog vs. my other blog. After much consideration, I'm considering changing the content of this blog. We'd still be commited to The Truth, however I may choose to report on many different things, not just the Right Wing (I can't believe I'm linking to that disgusting site! I am NOT an energy match for that!) and their evil (You'll love that! Bush is the Antichrist commentary...) ways.

However, over at my "other place" I've been learning about the values of being in a "vibrational match" to the things I desire. If I focus my intention on Bush, The Conservative Nazis, and all of that, am I not then focusing on exactly what I don't want? It then comes down to a decision...does this serve me? Does this site serve you? If so, comment on it, please. However, the New Blog here will be a place of information and uplifting as well (in relationship to having Powerful Intentions as well as knowing how to "fight back" against the Bush Regime, know their lies, and be informed). I look forward to hearing from you.

-Daniel Dashnier

Sunday, November 21, 2004

The New York Times : Bush Says Iran Speeds Output of A-Bomb Fuel

The New York Times is reporting that "Bush Says Iran Speeds Output of A-Bomb Fuel." This appears to be a part of a broader strategy by the Bush Administration to increase America's and the world community's awareness of Iran's possible attempts of building one or more nuclear weapons through Uranium Enrichment, which it agreed to stop in a message to the United Nations and European Union on November 14th, 2004. So, is Iran going to stop? Is this the beginning of the drumbeats of war marching us towards Iran in Invasion Number Three of the Bush Administration? We all need to start looking at this and deciding for ourselves. And when we do, we must make our voices heard, understood, and be gentle about it. We cannot let the world think that we blindly follow leadership without compelling evidence. We MUST NOT be duped again by this Administration and have another America-Dumbing experience on the U.N. Security Council when Colin Powell ruined the country's credability in his address on the Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction (still not found...). You decide. And let me know what you think. Click on the Comment link and let's get a conversation going about the next possible war we may be sending our children to!

Saturday, November 20, 2004

This Weekend...

Well, it’s been another frustrating week. Still outsourced, but making a go of it. Well, actually I'm not. I'm looking very hard for work, and continue to try to make my home-based business. And I think that is where I'll ultimately find success. However, I must acquire money now, so am working on some Powerful Intentions to acquire money, experience abundance in my life, and recognize it at all times.

Enjoy your weekend! I'll write more on Sunday afternoon or Monday. You may want to check out where you can stay active. And if you're interested in your own business, you can check out An Inside Look at the company I'm involved with. For information on businesses like mine, you can also visit the Federal Trade Commission which discusses this type of business, so we can be working together in Integrity!


Action Alert: Anti-Gay Rev. Phelps back in Madison

The Anti-Gay, perverted AIDS funeral protester Rev. Phelps will be at East High School in Madison, WI on Saturday the 20th of November with his crew of haters to protest against the play "The Laramie Project," which deals with the after effects of the murder of the openly gay University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard.

Phelps calls East High's Principal "Satan's Pied Piper" because he is allowing the production of the play to go forward. The interesting comments are covered in a Capital Times editorial.

Phelps must go back to where he came from. He is not welcome here. And he is NOT a Christian, only delusionally thinks he is.

Friday, November 19, 2004

Report: Hunger affected 12 million families in 2003

My question regarding this report is very, very simple.
WHY, in America, are 12 million families going hungry?

I'm trying to gather some world statistics, and am almost afraid to know how poorly the US ranks among developed countries...
You can read CNN's report on it here: - Report: Hunger affected 12 million families in 2003 - Nov 19, 2004

iPAQ for Sale

Today, I'm going to sell my Compaq iPAQ handheld in the TGN Product Exchange Forum. If you're interested, shoot over there and check it out. I should have the site ready soon for the sale and the post will then be up.

The sale site is going to be on Daniel's Build Your Future Now! website. If you're interested in advance of the posting, let me know by sending me an e-mail. I'm going to be selling it for $190, which is a full $120 less than the current sales price for a similar model, and I'm throwing in some Screen Protectors as well. ;-)


Congress passes $800 billion debt limit hike

On Inside Politics: The party line vote to make us all have more debt...: Congress passes $800 billion debt limit hike: "Congress sent President Bush an $800 billion boost in the federal borrowing limit on Thursday, spotlighting how the budget has lurched out of control in recent years and how hard it will be to afford future initiatives."

Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Wisconsin's Republican Assembly For Sale

The below courtesy of the Wisconsin Democratic Party.

Assembly Speaker John Gard once again put pay topolitics back on the front burner this week when he publicly announced that groups that supported Democratic candidates financially will not be welcome in Republican offices.
The statement sent a clear signal to the Capitol community that the support of the GOP majority is up for sale.

"John Gard has said this week that those who pay the rightcandidates get what they want in Wisconsin. He couldn't have made it clearer if he put a for sale sign on the door of the Assembly chamber," said Kim Warkentin, Executive Director of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin.

Gard sent two very clear signals of how he intends to run State Assembly this week. First, he told reporters that he would instruct members of his caucus not to allow individuals who supported Democratic candidates into his office. Secondly, he appointed the criminally indicted, former Assembly Speaker Scott Jensen to the state's budget writing committee. As a member of the powerful Joint Finance Committee, Jensen will be in position to reward groups that funded Republican campaigns on behalf of himself and Gard.

Gard, also told reporters that groups that support Democratic candidates are "terrorist organizations" but said nothing about Republican special interest groups that spent millions attacking Democratic candidates in the 2004 election. Many of these GOP groups not mentioned, including Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce and an out-of-state group called All Children Matter, have strong ties to both Gard and Jensen.

"John Gard and Scott Jensen didn't learn one thing from the caucus scandal and three years later the Assembly Republican Caucus is back to business as usual," said Warkentin. "No one is buying John Gard's ridiculous attempt to portray himself as a reformer. The sad fact is nothing has changed in the GOP controlled legislature and these strong armed pay to play tactics are all the confirmation we need."

Where The Mind is Without Fear

Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high

Where knowledge is free

Where the world has not been broken up into fragments

By narrow domestic walls

Where words come out from the depth of truth

Where tireless stiving stretches its arms towards perfection

Where the clear stream of reason has not lost its way

Into the dreary desert sand of dead habit

Where the mind is led forward by thee

Into ever-widening thought and action

Into that heaven of freedom, my Father, let my country awake.

-Rabindranath Tagore

Visit here for my Powerful Intentions entry on this and my PI Blog.

Monday, November 15, 2004

Daniel's Blog

This is my "other blog" over at "Powerful Intentions." Go take a look around, and feel free to add a Powerful Intention! Click: Daniel's Blog.

The Soul of the People Represented

"As democracy is perfected, the office of president represents, more and more closely, the inner soul of the people. On some great and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart's desire at last and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron."

H.L. Mencken (1880 - 1956)

Looks like that day has arrived.

Al Qaeda With a Nuke?

Dire Al Qaeda Threat Amid CIA Turmoil, posted 14-Nov-2004 on Unknown Country is an interesting (and frightening) article claiming that Al Qaeda has stated it has a nuclear weapon (apparently at least one), and plans to detonate it "in the heart of America." There have been no reports of this in the MSM (Mainstream Media), only a report on a respected Italian News Website dated 11-Nov-2004. I encourage you to read the story and decide for yourself. Personally--It would not surprise me if Al Qaeda has been able to get their hands on one (or built one).

Sunday, November 14, 2004

Is it The Culture, Stupid?

Frank Rich has a great opinion column in today’s New York Times titled "On ‘Moral Values,’ It’s Blue in a Landslide".

In it Frank discusses some interesting insights into the so called battle of the “Red v. Blue” and the myths that we’ve been allowed to accept as truth, when it is in fact, fiction. With numbers, polls, and a chilling reminder that while Rupert Murdoch extols his moral values through Fox News, he shamelessly promotes books and television shows on the rest of his networks that run counter-value to the Red State “moral values.” (For example…book promoted by Rita Cosby on Fox News’s “Big Story Weekend,” Jenna Jameson’s “How to Make Love Like a Porn Star”)

I encourage you to read his Column, and make your own, now informed, decisions. Enjoy!

Saturday, November 13, 2004

Election Results by Average State IQ

You can see the election 2004 results by state's average IQ by looking here. Although the truthfulness cannot be 100% confirmed, it is pretty funny.... - FBI seeks help in missing fuel tanker case - Nov 12, 2004

Pardon me, I seem to have lost a 44-foot gasoline tanker...
Homeland Security at it's best?
Read about it here:
FBI seeks help in missing fuel tanker case - Nov 12, 2004.

Friday, November 12, 2004

The Unfair Attacks on Teresa Heinz Kerry

Read more about why America can't come to grip with a woman president, because apparently Americans can't stand a strong woman atNewsweek on A great commentary by Melinda Henneberger.

Thursday, November 11, 2004

Green & Libertarian Candidates Demand Ohio Recount

The Florida of 2004: OHIO. A recount will be taking place, as evidenced in this press release. David Schuster of MSNBC's Hardball has confirmed that this press release is indeed accurate. Will it change the outcome of the election? Will it finally expose the fraud that's been accused? What about Paper Trails for electronic machines?? Democracy is again in action, ladies and gentleman!! This could be fantastic news, or a dissapointing reinforcement. Either way, Democracy will be served, and maybe, just maybe, it will prevent fraud in 2006 and 2008. And maybe...and a longshot maybe at that...we'll not be inaugurating George W. Bush on January 20th, 2005. You can read the recount demand press release here. More information is available here and here.

You may also "Adopt A Precinct" for $10 in Ohio here.

Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat dead

Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat dead. 1929-2004

It's time to be hoping for a peaceful transition, and that a new era of Peace in the Middle East can now begin.

Baghdad Burning: The Blog

Baghdad Burning is the diary entries of a 25 year-old woman living in Iraq. You won't find this information on CNN, MSNBC, and certainly not Fox News. There's always more to the story--and hearing it from the Iraqi people (and not an "insurgent," but after reading the Blog, some might claim she is, simply because they will not be able to comprehend what these people are going through) is worth the read. Enjoy. Be warned: This may be something you're not used to reading, and it is most certainly heart-wrenching. Unless your a cold-hearted...well...never mind.

Ten Reasons Not to Move to Canada

We must stay and fight to make America better! This article is a marvelous articulation of reasons not to leave but to stay and continue on in the cause for upholding Democracy. Ten Reasons Not to Move to Canada.

Human Chip Implants: Friend or Foe?

FDA approves computer chip for humans. So, is this just the beginning of Big Brother Tracking, or is it the medical wonder that some claim it to be? You decide...and let me know what you think.

Tuesday, November 09, 2004

Evangelicals Say They Led Charge For the GOP (

Christian "Evangelicals" claim they created a Bush victory. Evangelicals Say They Led Charge For the GOP (

BTW--I'm a Christian, and there'll be an article soon about why, as a Christian, I considered it a "sin" to vote for George W. Bush. He is clearly not the Christian Leader many think him to be. And, we voted for a president, not a pope.

Halliburton Bribed Nigerian Officials

Well, Halliburton is now admitting they "may" have bribed Nigerian officicials through the TSKJ Consortium. The US Justice Department as well as the countries of France and Nigeria have active investigations into the matter. The matter was discussed in a filing by Halliburton in a SEC filing dated Friday, November 5th. You can read the full story here, courtesy of Common Dreams. Thanks to Unfiltered on Air America Radio for alerting me to this story.

Monday, November 08, 2004

The Bush Agenda Begins

Well, it seems like the new Bush Agenda for his second unfortunate term is already showing itself. President Bush promised his base a constitutional ban on gay marriage, and news stories floating around today show that he's already considering the "moves" he can make to gaurantee passage. But good luck, Mr. Bush.

With a 55 seat majority, Republicans do not have the votes they need to pass a constitutional amendment. That's good news. Do we really need a constitutional amendment? I hardly think so. 11 states passed gay marriage bans all on their own on November 2nd, 2004--and this issue is best left to the states to determine (isn't that what Reagan's Republican Party was all about? Giving power back to the states?). Most states if given the opportunity to ban gay marriage will do so. I honestly can't think of a single state that wouldn't ban it. There's simply too much disinformation out there. The Gay and Lesbian population is simply to small to overcome a statewide referendum on marriage rights. It is unfortunate, but it is indeed, the truth.

My problem is this: WHY is the government involved in the business of marriage, anyway? Israel doesn't do it. Most of Europe doesn't do it. Most countries do not have a stake in law, they leave it up to their religious institutions. This is where it belongs here in the USA, too.

But, alas, things are the way things are. The Bush Agenda is on the move, and it is time to make sure we do what we can to keep our freedom. Next will be Social Security Privatization. Tax cuts made permanent. USA Patriot Act made permanent (without the needed changes to protect our freedoms). If things keep going the way they are in Iraq, we'll then have the draft return as well. This is not scare tactics, it's exactly what can happen under the Bush Administration. Everything listed (with the exception of the draft) is what Bush wants to do in his second term. It's even been said that he wants to make sure he "hits it hard" in January of 2005, and have as many of the Bush Agenda items completed before mid-term elections in 2006, because he's well aware that if his Agenda is pushed through, Republican Senators and House members will have a very large price to pay at the polls in November of 2006. I don't think America can afford to wait until 2006 to stop the Bush Agenda. Stay alert. Pay Attention. Be Active. Silence leads only to death. Democracy is far too precious to hand it over on a silver, oil-coated platter to George W. Bush and Company. Maybe Eliot Spitzer will investigate them next?

Democrats have values, too. Here's hoping that America Awakens.

Now THIS is the Future I'd love to see!!!! Posted by Hello

Thousands of U.S. troops enter Fallujah

Now we need to be sure we're supporting our troops, as always. I just wish the Administration would have actually taken this action when we invaded the country, not waiting nearly 2 years to attack the insurgents. The other thing: Many comparisons to Vietnam are now openly being made, that this is the next "Hue City" (The Tet Offensive). Unfortunately, we all know that after the initial success of the Offensive, what happened in Vietnam. This IS the same, just on a smaller scale (so far). The attack on Fallujah is on: MSNBC - Thousands of U.S. troops enter Fallujah

Sunday, November 07, 2004

Characteristics of Fascist Regimes

I ran across this information on the 'Net today. I put it up on my website for informational purposes. Draw your own conclusions. 14 Common Characteristics of Fascist Regimes

Bloggerman: George, John, and Warren...A Must Read!!

Seems like skepticism over a Bush win in Ohio has taken some interesting twists. Will the day come when Randi Rhodes will get to say "I told you so! The vote was rigged!!"? Only time will tell, and right now the time tide is turning in her direction. Keith Olbermann has an excellent blog on voting "issues" here: MSNBC Bloggerman: George, John, and Warren

Does History Repeat??

This quote definitely caught my attention. It sounds just a little too familiar for comfort, and it's not the only quote from this madman that has repurcussions in today's United States.

I'm not making comparisons, just stating the truth must be told at all times.

"The victor will never be asked if he told the truth"
~Adolph Hitler

Bush Joke of the Day

Here's a classic from the 2004 campaign.
I've decided we might as well enjoy the jokes, since we've got 4 more years of the "Idiot in Chief."
"The President and Mrs. Bush were on 'Larry King' last night and the president said, 'America is absolutely better off today than it was 4 years ago.' Then he said, 'Did I say America? I meant Chevron.'" —Bill Maher

Man commits suicide at ground zero

Wow, a day after I post a link to Michael Moore's article, saying not to kill yourself, and this happens. A sad way to lodge a protest over Bush's re-election and the war in Iraq. Read about it here: MSNBC-Man commits suicide at ground zero.

President George W. Bush, Soldier's Faces. Remember the Fallen in Iraq, and remember who sent them there. Posted by Hello

Saturday, November 06, 2004

Yes, Bush Won, but don't kill yourself over it...

You need to see this one! Check out Michael Moore's November 5th message here:17 Reasons...

The Hazards of Watching Fox News

Don't need to say any more on this one...The Hazards of Watching Fox News.

DoryO's Blog Report

DoryO's Blog Report is a great place to visit. Dory does a great job of blogging for The Mic 92.1 in Madison, WI...listen live to Air America Radio from The Mic's website!

Why Am I Doing This?

So, the question may be asked...Why am I now a left-wing liberal weiner?
I created an article explaining what the reasons are.
A former Republican, ashamed that I actually cast my first Presidential vote for Bush 41. But, times have changed, I have changed, and the Right Wing and Bush Crime Family did it...

You can see the reason here:


The Beginning

It's begun!
Daniel's Blog.
Yes, the Truth is Out There, and I'm doing my part to piss off the Right Wing.
"We begin to die the day we become silent..."
-Martin Luther King Jr.

We have not been defeated, nor have we even been set back because of the defeat of 2004. This is the beginning--activism must not stop, if it does, we all lose.

--Visit for articles and support for the future of America.