Video: Arnold Shwarzenegger arrives at the Bohemian Grove. July 30, 2010

(NorCalTruth) – Ca. Governor Arnold Shwarzenegger came to the Bohemian Grove on July 30, 2010 to deliver a mysterious “lakeside talk.”

Mysterious only because the title of the lakeside talk was “to be announced.” Continue reading

MSM: Schwarzenegger wants to run for president

(MSNBC) – Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger would love to run for president — if he could.

California’s actor-turned-governor was born in Austria and the U.S. Constitution prevents foreign-born citizens from holding the nation’s top job.

Jay Leno asked Schwarzenegger on “The Tonight Show” Thursday if he would make a White House run if the law was changed.

Schwarzenegger replied, “Without any doubt.”

But that’s not likely in the foreseeable future. Any amendment to the Constitution must be approved by two-thirds majorities in the House and Senate, and then be ratified by three-fourths of state legislatures.

Schwarzenegger spokesman Aaron McLear says the governor doesn’t think that will happen.

Video Link – Continue reading

Video: California the canary in coalmine of US economy

State Controller John Chiang issued a stern warning Friday about California’s cash reserves, telling legislative leaders and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger they must act on nearly $9 billion in budget cuts the governor is seeking by March — or the state will run out of cash to pay its bills. — Denis C. Theriault Mercury NewsContinue reading

MSM: California Requests Billions From U.S.

(WSJ) – Republican Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger asked for $6.9 billion in federal funds in his state-budget proposal Friday and warned that state health and welfare programs would be threatened without the emergency help. Read More Here

Infowars Exclusive: Arnold Arrives in Copenhagen for Final Push Towards Global Government

While climate protestors dressed as clowns lined the outer perimeter of the UN Climate Summit in at Copenhagen’s Bella Centre, another three-ringed media circus was taking place inside. Continue reading

Nazis Fear an Armed People: Schwarzenegger’s Ammo Law

Second Amendment advocates and other defenders of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights are outraged by California Gov. Schwarzenegger’s scheme to force all law-abiding gun owners in the state to submit data to be inserted in a database when they purchase ammunition. Continue reading

Schwarzenegger signs ammunition sales bill

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger today signed into law a bill that requires buyers of handgun ammunition to leave thumbprints and detailed personal information with registered ammo sellers, as well as put restrictions on online bullet sales. Continue reading

MSM: Obesity a crushing weight on U.S. health care

(SFGate) – Obesity is the elephant in the room of health care reform, a public health catastrophe that kills more than 100,000 Americans a year, cost the nation $147 billion last year and threatens to shorten U.S. life expectancy for the first time since the Civil War. Continue reading

MSM: California board votes to drop healthcare coverage for 60,000 children

(LATimes) – As a result of state budget cuts, the Healthy Families program will have to begin terminating coverage for more than 60,000 children on Oct. 1. Nearly 670,000 children could be dropped by June 30. Continue reading

California budget deal punishes the poor

“PEOPLE ARE going to die.” Those were the words of Michelle Rousey, chair of the Public Authority Advisory Board for In-Home Support Services (IHSS) in California–as the cruel details of a budget deal worked out between Republican Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and the Democratic-dominated State Assembly emerged. Continue reading

MSM: Who Killed California’s Economy?

(Forbes) – Right now California’s economy is moribund, and the prospects for a quick turnaround are not good. Unable to pay its bills, the state is issuing IOUs; its once strong credit rating has collapsed. Continue reading

California Collapsing

Washington and Wall Street seem to be treating California as if it were a sideshow in the financial circus of these turbulent times.

It’s not. Continue reading

Judgment day: broke California faces shutdown at Arnie Schwarzenegger’s hands

The state’s top finance officials warned that unless an emergency austerity plan is agreed by Monday — and there is little chance that it will be — they will not be able to borrow the billions of dollars needed to keep the current government functioning. If California was a company, it would have gone bust months ago. Continue reading

41 U.S. Counter-Terrorism and Intelligence Agency Veterans Challenge the Official Account of 9/11

Following in the footsteps of well over 1,000 scientists and other professional groups who have already gone on record questioning the official theory, more than 40 U.S. Counter-Terrorism and Intelligence Agency veterans have come forward to challenge the Government’s rendition of the September 11, 2001 attacks. Continue reading

California will run out of cash in 14 days

The state wallet is empty. The bank closed. Credit has dried up, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger told lawmakers in a special Tuesday morning address at the Capitol. Continue reading

MSM: US lab debuts super laser

(AFP) – A US weapons lab on Friday pulled back the curtain on a super laser with the power to burn as hot as a star. Continue reading

Sacramento Tent-City an Alternative to the Control Grid

As our government wages economic warfare against its own people, the existence of a middle class dwindles and disappears. Regardless of your political outlook, the situation has become obvious and the gap between rich and poor widens everyday. In this shifting socio-economic landscape, where will the middle class find themselves? Continue reading

Gov. Schwarzenegger, is $10 billion a year enough to solve the budget crisis? – Robert Singer

We have a budget crisis to go with out water crisis. So instead of laying off 20,000 workers and cutting off services to solve California’s budget crisis, why not eliminate the state water subsidies that allow McDonalds and Colonel Sanders to market burgers and chicken for a dollar? Continue reading

Governor Schwarzenegger finish what your wife started and Get Urban Farming Started in California – Robert Singer

President-elect Barack Obama calls the current crisis as “the greatest economic challenge of our lifetime” the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. Unemployment is already officially at 8.1 percent (California is 10.5), not counting those who have given up on looking for work, and it is certainly going to get much worse with more layoffs every day. Continue reading

Camp Arnie: A Glimpse of Things to Come

California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger said a make-shift tent city for the homeless that sprang up in the capital city of Sacramento will be shut down and its residents allowed to stay at the state fairgrounds. Continue reading

“Off With Their Heads!!” Tax Revolt in California Sparks Revolution

The recall groups are gaining steam in California as protesters rallied in Fullerton, Ca on March 7th 2009. The makeshift revolt, was a grassroots effort by L.A. talk radio hosts John and Ken (kfi640.com)
Continue reading

Playing the Banking Game – How Cash Starved States can Create their Own Credit

What does the State of North Dakota have that other states don’t? The answer seems to be: its own bank. In fact, North Dakota has the only state-owned bank in the nation. Continue reading

Video: Schwarzenegger’s Nazi Fetish Surfaces in Hanover

Arnold Schwarzenegger loves his Totenkopf Nazi death’s head belt buckle. The California gov was spotted wearing it at the CeBIT 2009 IT conference in Hanover, Germany, according to Spiegel Online (article in German). CeBIT 2009 is billing Schwarzenegger as one of California’s “technology leaders” at the conference. Continue reading

Schwarzenegger to veto California budget, a first in modern times

Schwarzenegger091608

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger says he will veto a state budget passed after a 78-day stalemate, setting up a historic showdown with the Legislature.

As the San Francisco Chronicle explains, the proposed budget sought to close a $17 billion deficit for the fiscal year that began July 1 without new taxes, a demand by Republicans. It did so by requiring all taxpayers to make earlier and larger tax payments to the state government.

Schwarzenegger, a Republican, made the announcement this afternoon. The veto will mark the first time in modern history that a California governor has rejected a state spending plan. The Democrat-controlled Legislature has said it is prepared to override a veto. Continue reading