Jan 8. UPDATE NOTE:  Show did not air as scheduled at Midnight Sunday night - some unknown technical glitch, according to staff.

Just got word that it will be repeated on Thurs at 4 PM and Friday at 5 PM.

OR - watch it here:

Join Patricia, Stew Webb, Kathy Rubio and myself, Don, as we reflect on last years and move into this new era.

There is so much baggage left over from the last year(s) that needs to get re$olved now before the New age can really dawn on US!  Pay attention!

 

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And,  I am including the Jan 3rd e-mailed info that Patricia wanted to include in this show - most didn't fit - but follow it here:

Stew Webb will call in about 4pm CST depending on getting done with his appt.

Time Warner Cable Drops Current TV Upon Sale To Al Jazeera

Citing Biblical precedent, Netanyahu cautions against ‘rushed’ peace agreement

Reality check on Fiscal cliff

1) Help out NASCAR - Sec 312 extends the “seven year recovery period for motorsports entertainment complex property”, which is to say it allows anyone who builds a racetrack and associated facilities to get tax breaks on it. This one was projected to cost $43 million over two years.
2) A hundred million or so for Railroads - Sec. 306 provides tax credits to certain railroads for maintaining their tracks. It’s unclear why private businesses should be compensated for their costs of doing business. This is worth roughly $165 million a year.
3) Disney’s Gotta Eat - Sec. 317 is “Extension of special expensing rules for certain film and television productions”. It’s a relatively straightforward subsidy to Hollywood studios, and according to the Joint Tax Committee, was projected to cost $150m for 2010 and 2011.
4) Help a brother mining company out – Sec. 307 and Sec. 316 offer tax incentives for miners to buy safety equipment and train their employees on mine safety. Taxpayers shouldn’t have to bribe mining companies to not kill their workers.
5) Subsidies for Goldman Sachs Headquarters – Sec. 328 extends “tax exempt financing for  York Liberty Zone,” which was a program to provide post-9/11 recovery funds. Rather than going to small businesses affected, however, this was, according to Bloomberg, “little more than a subsidy for fancy Manhattan apartments and office towers for Goldman Sachs and Bank of America Corp.” Michael Bloomberg himself actually thought the program was excessive, so that’s saying something. According to David Cay Johnston’s The Fine Print, Goldman got $1.6 billion in tax free financing for its new massive headquarters through Liberty Bonds.
6) $9B Off-shore financing loophole for banks – Sec. 322 is an “Extension of the Active Financing Exception to Subpart F.” Very few tax loopholes have a trade association, but this one does. This strangely worded provision basically allows American corporations such as banks and manufactures to engage in certain lending practices and not pay taxes on income earned from it. According to this Washington Post piece, supporters of the bill include GE, Caterpillar, and JP Morgan. Steve Elmendorf, super-lobbyist, has been paid $80,000 in 2012 alone to lobby on the “Active Financing Working Group.”
7) Tax credits for foreign subsidiaries –  Sec. 323 is an extension of the “Look-through treatment of payments between related CFCs under foreign personal holding company income rules.” This gibberish sounding provision cost $1.5 billion from 2010 and 2011, and the US Chamber loves it. It’s a provision that allows US multinationals to not pay taxes on income earned by companies they own abroad.
8) Bonus Depreciation, R&D Tax Credit – These are well-known corporate boondoggles. The research tax credit was projected to cost $8B for 2010 and 2011, and the depreciation provisions were projected to cost about $110B for those two years, with some of that made up in later years.

Illinois Senate President Ramming Through Total Gun Ban Bill

Judge: Legal Justification for Killing Americans with Drones to Remain Secret
Activist Post
A federal court today dismissed most of the American Civil Liberties Union’s Freedom of Information Act lawsuit seeking records about the government’s targeted killing of three American citizens in Yemen in 2011: Anwar Al-Awlaki and Samir Khan in September, and Al-Awlaki’s 16-year-old son Abdulrahman in October...

Cursor  trouble

New York Times Op Ed: “Let’s Give Up on https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/resign/bBlrnMcQthe Constitution”

Nicolas Sarkozy DID take $50 million of Muammar Gaddafi's cash, French judge is told

Texas Cops Cite Gangs As Justification For Unconstitutional Checkpoints

I just created my own White House petition - we petition the Obama administration to: RESIGN!

Ten Most corrupt
Judicial Watch Announces List of Washington’s “Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians” for 2012

·                                 Rep. Vern Buchanan (R-FL)
·                                 Secretary of Energy Steven Chu
·                                 Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and UN Ambassador Susan Rice
·                                 Attorney General Eric Holder
Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-IL)
·                                 Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ)
·                                 President Barack Obama
·                                 Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV)
·                                 Rep. David Rivera (R-FL)
·                                 Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius

Gun Shop Owner Says Year's Supply Of Assault Rifles And Ammo Have Vanished The In Last Month

Hospital fires EIGHT veteran nurses because they refused to take flu shot for religious reasons

1) Help out NASCAR - Sec 312 extends the “seven year recovery period for motorsports entertainment complex property”, which is to say it allows anyone who builds a racetrack and associated facilities to get tax breaks on it. This one was projected to cost $43 million over two years.
2) A hundred million or so for Railroads - Sec. 306 provides tax credits to certain railroads for maintaining their tracks. It’s unclear why private businesses should be compensated for their costs of doing business. This is worth roughly $165 million a year.
3) Disney’s Gotta Eat - Sec. 317 is “Extension of special expensing rules for certain film and television productions”. It’s a relatively straightforward subsidy to Hollywood studios, and according to the Joint Tax Committee, was projected to cost $150m for 2010 and 2011.
4) Help a brother mining company out – Sec. 307 and Sec. 316 offer tax incentives for miners to buy safety equipment and train their employees on mine safety. Taxpayers shouldn’t have to bribe mining companies to not kill their workers.
5) Subsidies for Goldman Sachs Headquarters – Sec. 328 extends “tax exempt financing for  York Liberty Zone,” which was a program to provide post-9/11 recovery funds. Rather than going to small businesses affected, however, this was, according to Bloomberg, “little more than a subsidy for fancy Manhattan apartments and office towers for Goldman Sachs and Bank of America Corp.” Michael Bloomberg himself actually thought the program was excessive, so that’s saying something. According to David Cay Johnston’s The Fine Print, Goldman got $1.6 billion in tax free financing for its new massive headquarters through Liberty Bonds.
6) $9B Off-shore financing loophole for banks – Sec. 322 is an “Extension of the Active Financing Exception to Subpart F.” Very few tax loopholes have a trade association, but this one does. This strangely worded provision basically allows American corporations such as banks and manufactures to engage in certain lending practices and not pay taxes on income earned from it. According to this Washington FL Court Can Rule On Obama Eligibility

7) Tax credits for foreign subsidiaries –  Sec. 323 is an extension of the “Look-through treatment of payments between related CFCs under foreign personal holding company income rules.” This gibberish sounding provision cost $1.5 billion from 2010 and 2011, and the US Chamber loves it. It’s a provision that allows US multinationals to not pay taxes on income earned by companies they own abroad.
8) Bonus Depreciation, R&D Tax Credit – These are well-known corporate boondoggles. The research tax credit was projected to cost $8B for 2010 and 2011, and the depreciation provisions were projected to cost about $110B for those two years, with some of that made up in later years.

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Rigging The Electoral College
Intel Readying To Blow Up The Cable Industry
GM Food Labelling In India Takes Effect
Giant Geysers Erupting From Milky Way Galaxy

Flame Retardants, Neurodevelopmental Delays In Kids - Vid
UK Norovirus Sickness Cases Reach 1.1 Million
Three Shooters At Sandy Hook - Michael Shrimpton -
11 Secret Govt Documents All Americans Deserve To See
Grounded Alaskan Oil Ship - No Signs Of Leakage
12 Unbelievably Awful Things Fox News Did In 2012
UN Article 19 - Human Rights & History Revisionism
New UN Report On Syria
Japan PM Abe Wants To 'Revise' WW2 Apology
Hugo Chavez Conscious Says VP
Chavez In Induced Coma, On Life Support After Surgery
Atzmon On Jewish Progressive Racism, Pt 6 - Vid
David Rockefeller And The Looting Of Iran
Microsoft Strikes Israeli Software

Big Russian Mediterranean, Black Sea Naval Drills
All The President's Women, Part 1 - Valerie Jarrett
US Death Merchants To Fuel Asia Arms Race
It's Back - Texas In Toll Road 'Super Highway' Deal With Spain
Food Industry War On Your Body With These 10 Toxins
Say No To GMO Hemp - More Madness
Presenting America’s Ten Greediest Of 2012
Corbyn - Coldest Winter Russia & Alaska In Decades - Vid
Orange Orbs Cause UFO Buzz
The Billion Dollar Barrel Of LSD & Other Insanities

First Private Marijuana Clubs Open In Colorado
US Adolescent Seasonal Flu Deaths Increase To 23
Primary Care Doctors Growing Scarce
Is There An Alternative To Toxic-Jab Vaccinations?
Damning - Hospitalizations, Mortality Rates From Vaccines

High-Fructose (HFCS) Corn Syrup May Spur Overeating
Obesity Epidemic Costs UK £5 Billion A Year
'Experts' Link Spirituality To Mental Illness
Reverence For Mussolini Moves Into Italy Mainstream
Adolf Hitler...The Greatest Story Never Told - Vid

British Textbook Wipes Israel Off The Map
House Approves Fiscal Cliff Bill...Now Goes To Obama
Zionist NY Times - 'Let's Give Up On The Constitution'
The End Of The American Dream - Why?
'Military Human Enhancements' Dangers Growing
DC Technocrats To Link Gun Ownership & Healthcare
Controversy Over Sandy Hook 'Victim' Grows - Vid
Deport Piers Petition Gains Over 100,000 Signatures - Vid
New Year Brings Minimum Wage Hikes In 10 States
Shell Drilling Rig Aground Near Alaska, Spill Possible

Asteroid To Threaten Earth In 2013 - Vid
Scientology Church Has Message That Is Seen From Space
Citizen Videos Traffic Stop...Cop Changes Attitude - Vid
AZ Cops Hides Evidence In His Garage, Keeps Job
Understanding Demonic Possession Via Face Recog
JoeTalk...They Live Among Us - Vid
Study - Space Travel Is Harmful To The Brain
AIDS-HIV Statistics For The US By Race And Gender
Simple Oregano Keeps Chickens Disease Free
Alzheimer's And Diet - Vid

New Year Fireworks From Vienna - Vid
How Bicycling Is Transforming Business
Japan Times Blasts Abe's Pledge To Build MORE Nukes
Japan Times - US Nuke Team Fukushima Data Wasted

Tsunami Debris Floating To West Coast May Be Radioactive- Vid
Gunderson - Salt Water Making It Easier For SFPs To Crack?
Kirwan - By Invitation Only...
Salbuchi - 2013...What's In Store?
The Weather War...GeoEngineering & BioEngineering - Vid
The Great Deception Of The EUSSR

Massive EMP Could Collapse Economy In A Moment
Chossudovsky - US Destroying A Long List Of Countries
US Tells EUSSR To Up Military Spending
Pentagon Tries To Fix ‘Pervasive Vulnerability’ In Drones
Venezuela Fears Worst - Reports Chavez Near Death
Venezuelan Leadership Up For Grabs?
Beating Up On Iran And Syria
Russia Sends More Warships To Syria
Netanyahu Deploys Holocaust Weapon
Jewish Settlements 'Same As Falkland Islands'

Israeli Fence Halts Migration From Egypt
Iran Warns Foreign Planes Near Strait Of Hormuz
Iran Test Fires Qader, Nour Missiles In Drilll
Iran Arms Surface, Sub-Surface Units For Cyber War
Did Pam Geller Influence NYC Subway Murder?
Zionist Media Puffs Pam 'Nuke Europe' Geller
The Ideal TV News Anchor & His Role In The Matrix
Expose Our Corruption And We'll Steal Your Child
Americans Drink Doomsday Kool-Aid At Alarming Rate
Plantscrapers - Giant Greenhouse Skyscapers Soon

Peace On Earth And In Space In 2013 - Vid
Man Records Strange Explosion In Space - Vid

Scientologists 'Alien Space Cathedral' Found?
On A Wing And A Prayer
CNN 'Journalism' Hits Garish New Lows - Vid
Why Was MI6 Team In Paris Night Diana Died?
Bill Cooper Predicted 9/11 In June 2001, Killed 11/1 - Vid
Hollande Won't Retreat On French Super Tax
on Post piece, supporters of the bill include GE, Caterpillar, and JP Morgan. Steve Elmendorf, super-lobbyist, has been paid $80,000 in 2012 alone to lobby on the “Active Financing Working Group.”

Patricia JHS