even four in 10 people across America
believe President Obama's narrative about being born in Hawaii,
according to a new poll. A
new 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll shows that only 39 percent of
respondents believe Obama was born in Hawaii as he wrote in his book. The
magazine boasted, "A whopping 63
percent – very nearly two-thirds of us – went out on a limb and stated
for the record that we believe in the United
States. It's enough to make you proud to be an American – or 63 percent
proud, at any rate." But that included those who say they
believe he was born in Kansas or some other unknown state, which still
would conflict with Obama's narrative. read the rest of the story>>>>>>>>>>>>>
AMONG JEWISH PEOPLE THERE IS A TYPE THAT JEWS THEMSELVES
CALL A BAGEL AND LOX JEW. KAGAN THE PAGAN IS A BAGEL AND LOX JEW. WHAT
DOES THIS MEAN? IT MEANS A PERSON OF JEWISH DESCENT WHO MOCKS HER OWN
RELIGION. A PERSON WHO SHUNS HER OWN RELIGION. WHEN SHE SPOKE AT HER
NOMINATION HEARINGS THIS WEEK AND SAID SHE WAS PROBABLY LIKE MOST JEWS
AT A CHINESE RESTAURANT DURING CHRISTMAS, WHAT SHE IS DOING IS INSULTING
NOT ONLY HER OWN HERITAGE, BUT CHRISTIANS AS WELL. THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT
WE DO NOT NEED ON THE SUPREME COURT: AN ANTI-RELIGIOUS PAGAN. SHE IS
THE TYPE OF JUDGE WHO STANDS IN SHARP RELIEF TO A SERIOUS PERSON OF
While Americans are screaming at BP, and Fox News and MSNBC is
telling us that the sky is fallen and the oceans are being polluted
beyond repair, most Russian peasants are asking a very simple
question. “Russian peasants,” you ask? Yes, Russian peasants!
Those former soviet dupes that lived under the repressive Soviet
Empire, evidently have more expertise in stopping a runaway oil well
undersea than the president of the United States, his best military
minds, or any geologists from BP. The sad story is that Russia has
over the years had many oil well disasters, many times worse than the
BP spill in the Gulf. Why don't you know about these disasters?
Soviet propaganda, maybe dark secret coverups? Nope, they just fixed
these problems within 48 hours! Yes, 48 hours! How did the Soviets do
45 years ago, what America doesn't have the brains to do today? I
really don't know!
The Plain Truth is that most military experts in America have the
ability to stop this mess in about 48 hours. They know how to do it.
They know it has been done many times, and they have been trying to
tell the world all about it- but nobody cares to listen to them. They
have tried to contact famous radio talk show hosts, all who haven't
cared a whit to listen. They have tried to inform the press, to no
avail, and now they are using the world wide web in an attempt to get
their message out, and The Plain Truth is attempting to do this for
We got our first e-mail from an unnamed
source from a man who identified himself as a naval explosion expert.
After reading the e-mail, I frankly dismissed it as a hoax. However,
because our sister site RaceRap.Com
does have many military viewers, I kept thinking about that e-mail,
wondering if it was a real one or not. The next day, while talking
with someone whose neighbor works for the government (that's all I'll
say here) informed me that the e-mail was true! His neighbor told him
that everyone “in the know” has been trying to get this message
out to everyone, from Rush Limbaugh to Glenn Beck. None bothered to
investigate. The Plain Truth did and the following report should
shock the heck out of you!
The simple answer to the problem we
have in the Gulf is a controlled demolition type explosion, over the
leak, which will cause the floor of the ocean to collapse and seal up
the hole in the floor! If this seems to easy of an answer, than take
a moment and follow the links in this article ans see if a simple
solution is known and being ignored by our leaders! The Russian
peasant can't figure out why they know what we do not know. Russia
in 1966, we have reports
that in Soviet times such leaks were plugged with controlled nuclear
blasts underground. The idea is simple, KP writes: “the underground
explosion moves the rock, presses on it, and, in essence, squeezes
the well’s channel.”
the military has the tools to seal it. Soviet military used nuclear
explosives on four separate occasions, beginning in 1966, to seal off
runaway oil and gas wells under water, according to Brownfield. The
issue is if Obama would go a route that would alienate many of his
supporters on the left,” says the web blog
web site NEWSER quotes
Brownfield as saying,
“It's like putting a 4-inch straw into a 22-inch-diameter fire
hose—a sordid attempt by BP at drinking its own milkshake,”
Brownfield writes for the Daily
Beast. “BP appears to be just as concerned with protecting its
shareholders as with stopping this catastrophe.”
“For more than 100 years, explosives
have been used to break the necks of runaway oil wells, sealing them
shut with tons and tons of rock.” Brownfield added.
Russia's best-selling daily publication, has
stated this idea: Why not just nuke it?
During the Soviet years, Russia's communists had to deal with
numerous oil disasters and on five different occasions they employed
controlled, underground nuclear blasts to quickly solve the problem.
[The] underground explosion moves the rock, presses on it, and, in
essence, squeezes the well’s channel," Pravda
"It’s so simple, in fact, that the Soviet Union, a major
oil exporter, used this method five times to deal with
petrocalamities," added Moscow reporter Julia Ioffe, writing
for True/Slant. "The first happened in Uzbekistan, on
September 30, 1966 with a blast 1.5 times the strength of the
Hiroshima bomb and at a depth of 1.5 kilometers. KP also notes that
subterranean nuclear blasts were used as much as 169 times in the
Soviet Union to accomplish fairly mundane tasks like creating
underground storage spaces for gas or building canals."
labs in the former Soviet Union developed special nukes for use to
help pinch off the gas wells. They believed that the force from a
explosion could squeeze shut any hole within 82 to 164 feet (25
to 50 meters), depending on the explosion's power. That required
drilling holes to place the nuclear device close to the target wells.
first test in the fall of 1966 proved successful in sealing up an
underground gas well in southern Uzbekistan, and so the Russians used
nukes four more times for capping runaway wells.
"The second 'success' gave Soviet scientists great confidence
in the use of this new technique for rapidly and effectively
controlling ran away gas and oil wells," according to a U.S.
Department of Energy (DOE) report on the Soviet Union's peaceful uses
of nuclear explosions.
A last attempt took place in 1981, but failed perhaps because of
poor positioning, according to a U.S. Department of Energy report.
Komsomoloskaya Pravda suggested that the United States
might as well take a chance with a nuke, based on the historical
20-percent failure rate. Still, the Soviet experience with nuking
underground gas wells could prove easier in retrospect than trying to
seal the Gulf of Mexico’s oil well disaster that's taking
place 5,000 feet below the surface.
experts don't even think a NUKE is needed! Our Navy has non-Nuke
explosives that could easily do the job in less than 48 hours! No
radiation, No oil, no problems. We ask the question – Why isn't
anyone talking about it. Maybe now some will
A socialist organization with close
ties to Barack Obama has
outlined a plan to turn the president's health-care legislation into a government-run system that will
ultimately eliminate private insurance
Obama's health-care bill "should create millions of new
stakeholders in a health-care system governed by democratically
established rules rather than by the fiats of private insurers," wrote
Frank Llewellyn, national director of Democratic Socialists of America.
Writing in the latest issue of the socialist Democratic Left
magazine, Llewellyn said "progressives" must use Obama's health-care
legislation "to build support for the elimination of private insurers."
Verizon Wireless customers: The wait for an iPhone may soon be over.
Verizon Wireless will begin selling Apple's (AAPL)
iPhone early next year, opening up the wildly popular device to millions
of new customers, Bloomberg reported
Tuesday, citing two people familiar with the matter.
Such a move would end Apple's exclusive arrangement with AT&T (T), which
for three years has been the sole iPhone service provider.
The development would be a clear victory for Verizon Wireless, the
nation's largest wireless carrier.
Verizon has clearly been coveting the iPhone, the hottest mobile device
on the planet. Two months ago, Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg said the
iPhone will come to Verizon "eventually" -- the most direct comment
from the company to date.
Sheldon Sorosky, one of Rod Blagojevich’s lawyers, has been trying to
drag President Barack Obama into the fray this afternoon, asking union
official Tom Balanoff whether the FBI asked him about campaign money
going to Obama.
Prosecutors objected, as they have so often
during cross-examinations, and U.S. District Judge James Zagel said
Sorosky should only ask in general what the FBI had said to Balanoff.
Sorosky tried the question again, using Zagel’s recommended wording.
“I know that won’t be objected to,” Sorosky said, causing the nearby
Blagojevich to laugh.
In the wake of the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, President
Obama today summoned a bipartisan group of over 20 senators to the White
House to push for energy and climate change legislation.
thing the President did not want to talk about at the meeting was the BP
disaster, a Republican source told ABC News. And that, the source said,
led to a pointed exchange with GOP senator Lamar Alexander from
“The priority should be fixing the oil spill,”
Alexander told the President, according to the source. “That's what any
meeting about energy should be about.”
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The United States is accepting help from 12
countries and international organizations in dealing with the massive
oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
The State Department said in a
statement Tuesday that the U.S. is working out the particulars of the
help that's been accepted.
The identities of all 12 countries and
international organizations were not immediately announced. One country
was cited in the State Department statement -- Japan, which is providing
two high-speed skimmers and fire containment boom.
More than 30
countries and international organizations have offered to help with the
spill. The State Department hasn't indicated why some offers have been
accepted and others have not.
The former Honoluluelections official who alleges Barack
Obama was "definitely"
not born in Hawaii and that no long-form, hospital-generated birth certificate even exists for the
president in the Aloha State now says he's the victim of a vicious smear
campaign, threatening his position as an instructor at Western Kentucky
"There have been attempts by various parties, some bloggers and
others to attempt to discredit [my] claims, but none of them has held up
to any scrutiny or rebuttal," Tim Adams, the former senior elections
clerk in 2008 for the city
and county of Honolulu, is now telling WND.
was deluged with phone calls and e-mails, many of which were either
supportive or neutral, but some folks took it upon themselves to
actively try and smear or oust me."
He also says he's
experienced "some minor inconveniences.""My computer, e-mails,
and school records have all be subjected to fishing expeditions by
various authorities. Strange, I'm still here."
Tim Adams, the
former senior elections clerk for Honolulu, says President Obama was
"definitely" not born in Hawaii,
and a long-form, hospital-generated birth certificate for Obama does not
exist in the state.
also says he's been contacted by Fox News about a possible appearance.
direct contradiction of the White House storyline that Obama was born
in Hawaii has sparked detractors to attack him personally online and on
the air.Adams explains: "I was, among other claims made by these 'concerned
citizens,' a Nazi, a skinhead, a racist, and a host of other epithets,
yet they could point to nothing in my writing or statements that would
give credence to their claims; and trust me, they tried their best to
find something. In doing so, they overlooked any and all evidence that
might not be useful to their desires – the very thing they love to
accuse conservatives of doing constantly. I have never been a part of
any racialist group, nor espoused any racist doctrines, not that that
matters to them." read the rest of the story>>>>>>>>>>>
NORFOLK - The vessel's billionaire owner, Nobu Su, the CEO of Taiwanese shipping
company TMT Group, said the ship would float across the Gulf "like a
lawn mower cutting the grass," ingesting up to 500,000 barrels of
oil-contaminated water a day.
But a number of hurdles stand in his way. TMT officials said the company
does not yet have government approval to assist in the cleanup or a
contract with BP to perform the work.
That's part of the reason the ship was tied to pier at the Virginia Port
Authority's Norfolk International Terminals Friday morning. TMT and its
public-relations agency invited scores of media, elected officials and
maritime industry executives to an hour-long presentation about how the
ship could provide an immediate boost to clean-up efforts in the Gulf. More Plus Video>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
By a 5-4 margin, the Supreme Court declared that the Bill of Rights are still in force - at least for now. The court was considering a handgun law in Chicago that was very similar to the DC law that it ruled
against in 2008. The 5 to 4 decision does not strike any other gun
control measures currently in place, but it provides a legal basis for
challenges across the country where gun owners think that government has
been too restrictive. Although most gun owners may be happy today, the court did NOT declare what the second amendment actually states! The victory is hallow, but still important, in that it forestalls the continual dissolution of the people's rights to bear arms.
"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free
State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be
infringed." That's what it says! The right of the people to bear arms shall not be infringed! Sounds pretty simple, but the court hasn't, even in this decision, adhered the the words and meaning of the second amendment. They still allow background checks, and other constitutionally illegal restrictions on the rights of the people to bear arms.
"It is clear that the Framers . . . counted the right to keep and bear
arms among those fundamental rights necessary to our system of ordered
liberty," Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. wrote for the conservatives on the
court. Ironically, Alito said government can restrict gun ownership in certain instances
but did not elaborate on what those would be. That will be determined in
President Obama's former spiritual
advisor, the Reverend Jeremiah Wright, gave a seminar at the University
of Chicago last week in which he made numerous anti-Semitic remarks
while once again attacking white people.According
to the New York Post, during the five-day course that cost up to
$1,000, Wright claimed "whites and Jews are controlling the flow of
worldwide information and oppressing blacks in Israel and America.""
folk done took this country," Wright said. "You're in their home, and
they're gonna let you know it."
Despite the astonishingly racist
comments during this week-long event, as well as his former connection
to the current President of the United States, not one media outlet
besides the Post reported what transpired at the Chicago Theological
Seminary on the university campus. Not one!
It was 134 years ago today, June 25, that George Armstrong Custer
and his 7th Cavalry fought and were overwhelmed by Lakota Sioux and
Northern Cheyenne at Little Big Horn River. There were no survivors
among those who fought under Custer's direct command and very few
artifacts remained on the field. But one relic, a cavalry guidon, or
swallow-tail flag, was hidden under the body of a dead trooper and
discovered three days after the battle by Sergeant Ferdinand Culbertson,
who was assigned to a burial party.
New York will sell this flag in October in a sale titled: October 2010:
Custer's Last Flag: The Culbertson Guidon from The Battle of the Little
Since 1895, the delicate silk flag has been preserved at the Detroit
Institute of Arts. It had been given by Culbertson to Charles and Rose
Fowler of Detroit in approximately 1880 and was purchased from Rose
Fowler Reidel by a public contribution in 1895. The flag carries an
estimate of $2 to 5 million and proceeds from the auction will be used
by the museum for futureart purchases. The guidon will be unveiled to the
public in September.
"This immortal battle flag represents the spirit, the bravery and the
tragedy of one of the most dramatic moments in American history,"
commented David Redden, Vice Chairman ofSotheby's. "Battle-worn
and bullet-torn, the Culbertson Guidon conjures the ferocity of that
"The Detroit Institute of Arts has been a steward of this flag for more
than 115 years," said Graham W. J. Beal, DIA director. "In 1895, the
flag fit in with the wide range of artifacts collected and displayed at
that time. It remains, without doubt, an important historical treasure,
but has long since ceased to meet current criteria as a work ofart. It
makes sense for us to sell it for the benefit of the collection."
an article in the Detroit News, the museum has not revealed any
information on what objects might be bought instead. The flag itself
will hopefully find a home in another museum's collection.
For more information on rare flags, check out our recent piece on the
WHEN the creators of “Airplane!”
were lining up actors for their rollicking parody three decades ago,
some of the straight-arrow character actors that ended up in the cast
worried about the harm it might do to their careers. One of the most
skittish participants: Peter Graves, the taciturn “Mission:
Impossible” star who played the movie’s pilot, a kindly veteran who
welcomes a little boy named Billy into the cockpit and asks questions
like “Ever seen a grown man naked?” Read More>>>>>>>
There is a news reported today that Toyota’s chief test driver,
67-year-old Hiromu Naruse, has died in a crash on highway 410 near the
Toyota’s workshops at Nürburgring race track in Germany. The chief was
driving the upcoming Lexus LFA Nürburgring Edition at the time of the
accident, and reports say he goes around into oncoming traffic and
collided head-on with two others test drivers in a BMW 3-series. The two
BMW test drivers survived the crash, though one is reportedly still in
critical condition. Police are investigating the crash and have yet to
determine its cause.
This prototype of a special edition version of the LFA that he was
driving when the accident occurred was reportedly worth 1.5 million
euro.Which equals to about 6 Million Ringgit Malaysia.
Moving backward on Hiromu Naruse background, he was heavily involved
with the development of the Lexus LFA supercar, along with many other
past sports cars from Toyota’s history since he joined the company in
Motoring Enthusiasts today call him the “Godfather of the LFA” though
he was involved in the development of sports cars for Toyota. From all
you can name it, 1965 Sports 800, 1600GT, 2000GT, all generation of the
Celica, AE86, the 1st and 3rd generation MR2s,
Supra, Altezza, 2nd generation Prius to the latest Lexus LFA.
Naruse-san was responsible for all of them, and now he’s gone.
The Danica Patrick show came to New Hampshire this weekend,
attempting a NASCAR breakthrough after going 35th, 31st, and 36th in her
first three attempts. Racing's Most Popular female has taken plenty of
lumps in her first turns behind the wheel of a stock car, making today's
goal a simple one: stay out of trouble. Just keeping the car in one
piece over 200 laps would have been a huge rookie accomplishment.
Too bad that proved Mission: Impossible within the first five
minutes. A wreck just seven laps in left her limping home again, running
30th, five laps down after another difficult day. Just how steep is the
learning curve ahead, and is there any silver lining to take away a
year filled with futility? Here's a look at five things we can salvage
from Danica's disastrous dip into the world of stock car racing:
1) God was not on Danica's side Saturday; he was busy hitting
her driver's side door.
And just think, Tammy and I use to swim here! Sure wasn't topless then!
Asbury Park, N.J. (AP) - Once among the top
seaside resorts on the East Coast, Asbury Park is keeping abreast of
vacationers' changing tastes: It is considering letting women go topless
on a city beach.
But unlike other secluded nude beaches in the Garden State, this one
could be right in your face, with the boardwalk offering a prime view
that some parents might not want junior to see.
The city council is considering a request from Reggie Flimlin, an Asbury
Park woman who owns a yoga studio, to allow women to decide for
themselves whether they want to wear bikini tops on the beach. She says
it's already happening on less populated beaches in the city's north
"A lot of women are just organically deciding they want to sunbathe
without their top," she said. "That's great, that's fine, and I have no
problem with it."
That giant sucking sound? That's the noise your rights are creaming out as they are being poured down the drain by YOUR CONGRESS BOTH REPUBLICAN & DEMOCRAT! WAKE UP, will you?
A US Senate committee has approved a wide-ranging cybersecurity bill
that some critics have suggested would give the US president the
authority to shut down parts of the Internet during a cyberattack.
Senator Joe Lieberman and other bill sponsors have refuted the
charges that the Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act gives the
president an Internet "kill switch." Instead, the bill puts limits on
the powers the president already has to cause "the closing of any
facility or stations for wire communication" in a time of war, as
described in the Communications Act of 1934, they said in a breakdown
of the bill published on the Senate Homeland Security and
Governmental Affairs Committee website.
Mark Johnson, driver of the RaceRap sponsored Race Truck continues winning ways at TRI-COUNTY
Many of our Plain Truth readers have found this site, from our much older (and successful) sister site called RaceRap.com the largest local oriented racing website in the world as well as the 9th largest NASCAR ranking racing website. RaceRap's stats are very impressive, with over 150,000 per month UNIQUE viewers hitting the site some 8 million times a month. Much of The Plain Truth's early success came from our banners and links from RaceRap, which is celebrating its 11th year anniversary this Month. RaceRap originally started as a Langley Speedway oriented discussion board, but rapidly grew into a giant local racing oriented news and information destination for thousands. Literally, the only place in the world to know who won almost INSTANTLY at dozens of NASCAR and non NASCAR tracks can only be found on RaceRap's LIVE UPDATES, where reporters cover lap by lap racing action on Friday and Saturday nights.
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Mark Johnson racing, competes at the various NASCAR WEEKLY racing tracks in North Carolina, including the very famous,HICKORY MOTOR SPEEDWAY-- a track that some of the most famous NASCAR drivers in history started their careers including Dale Earnhardt Sr. Hickory Speedway has been prominent in many racing movies as well. After this story was posted Friday, Mark returned to Tri County Speedway and won again! This time, however, NASCAR made him pull his heads to make sure that his truck was legal. It was, and $300.00 poorer, Johnson took the win and the $500.00 prize winnings home. "We had a really good race," said Johnson in an interview with us yesterday, "I worked hard for this win!"
When asked about his thoughts on the tear down, Mark replied, "they have to make sure you aren't cheating, but I couldn't figure out why they did this last night when we barely won! They just cost me a bunch of money. But I accept that."