Category Archives: Out of The Past ~ The Archive Edition

As time allows, we have been reviewing many previously posted columns and articles from the first generation Federal Observer, which closed it’s doors at the end of 2008, with in excess of 50,000 published articles – yet many could have been written today. Others were a forewarning of (as H.G. Wells once wrote) “Things to Come.” So today we return to the days of yesteryear, or is it, Back to the Future? C’mon Marty – tell me which it is – or will we even have a future?

Longstreet: Human Life Begins at Conception

NOTE: Due to age of the following article, embedded links may no longer function. ~ Ed.

We Americans have to re-evaluate the way we look upon abortion. With an average of 1.3 million babies a year, in America alone, being denied their God given right to life as a result of abortion, surely it has scarred the very soul of this great country.

Kathleen Parker has written an article entitled “Pope Pelosi at the Gate, Life with the Speaker”. In her insightful article she writes the following: Continue reading

800 ~ In Loving Memory – The Death of William Cooper

Published in ‘Profiles’ on the first generation Federal Observer, November 5, 2001

~ Forewords: November 5, 2001 ~
I awoke a short while ago from an afternoon nap, which I find that my mind and body needs more each day. Email was the first to be opened and phone messages were next to be checked – and that is when I became aware of the passing of the Grandfather of Modern American Short-Wave Radio, William Cooper (Wild Bill).

The following are among the most important commentaries, which we received at the Federal Observer over the next day or so. May he now rest in peace.

– With a deep sense of loss and mourning we announce the passing of William Cooper. We MUST all remember his love of freedom, America, the Constitution and the values it is founded on. Continue reading

Juntti: Did I make a difference?

September 2, 2010 ~ I heard this song by the Oak Ridge Boys recently and it just hit me – I am sure I’ve heard it many times in the past but this time the words really rang thru my head. Maybe it is my age (only being 16 ya know), maybe it is all the political things going on and the efforts so many of us have been and are making to *make a difference* – to wake folks up to what is going on and how their napping is supporting the destruction of America. Continue reading

Rich Man, Poor Man, Beggar Man, THIEF!

What you are about to read, takes me back to the year 2000, as I studied and compiled information and data for weeks in preparation for another of my lengthy broadcast marathons – one which in fact was eventually presented as an eight hour series. In addition to that, it was in fact a “Sequel” to a previous six-hour series, “All the King’s Men,” which told the TRUE story of the 1929 Stock Market Crash, which thrust America into the Great Depression.

The names you will learn about here may have changed (not all of them, for many of their descendants are still stirring the pots), and many of the businesses may be out of business or merged with others, but the beat goes on… and within the next sixty pages of the attached file, you will meet the most amazing cast of foul, evil characters who have ever existed in the past five-hundred years – and YOU are still paying the price. We all are – and we continue to pay the price as we will be managed and handled for eternity.

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1491 ~ While “Conservatives” Sleep

Published on the first generation Federal Observer, January 14, 2002, in the category, ‘Guest Commentary’,

Let it be stipulated that what passes for “conservatism” today has very little to do with the genius vision of the Founders of this nation – those brave patriots who sacrificed life and property toward the establishment of a Republic based upon the doctrine of limited governmental interference into the lives of its citizenry. Continue reading

1511 ~ Cover-up at Columbine?

Published in the first generation Federal Observer, in the category, Conspiracy Chronicles, January 17, 2002

Michelle Malkin

When tragedy strikes, heroes rush in selflessly. Cowards hide behind their desks and blow bureaucratic smokescreens. The Sheriff refused to cooperate with a governor”s investigative commission last year and has adamantly opposed the parents’ campaign for public accountability and disclosure.

There are good cops and there are bad cops. September 11 has not changed that fact. We saw the best of the best sacrifice their lives for their fellow citizens when the World Trade Center crumbled. But while we honor the memory of heroic police officers, we must not turn a blind eye to other law enforcement officers who are a disgrace to their profession – and a danger to the public they are supposed to protect and serve. Continue reading

1456 ~ A Letter From the Globalist New World Order

Published on the first generation Federal Observer, in the category, Big Brother IS Watching, January 9, 2002

I believe the time has come to reveal to you some of the perplexities you have faced in recent decades. It is well for you to understand some of these things so that you might know how to behave in the New Order now taking shape in the earth. We want you to be able to become fully involved and integrated into our new society.

After all, this is for your best interest if you will do this.

First of all, it is well that you understand some of our purposes so that you may more fully cooperate. I cannot tell you the hard times you will face if you resist us. We have ways of dealing with resisters. I am only telling you this now, since it is much too late to turn things around. The days of putting a stop to us have long since past. We have full control of the earth and its finance, along with the major media propaganda, and there is simply no way any nation or power can defeat us. Continue reading

1323: The Black Challenge

December 27, 2001 ~ Often bad behavior by blacks is condoned by whites and other blacks. Excuses are made. And many whites fear being brutally honest with blacks because they don’t want to be branded as racially insensitive.

There’s a television program called America’s Black Forum that runs on many ABC stations across the country and your humble correspondent was a recent guest on the show. Three African-American commentators, Juan Williams, Armstrong Williams and Julian Bond threw a variety of questions at me, many concerning the problems I have with some black leaders – most notably, Jesse Jackson. Continue reading

My Right to be Uncommon!

Dedicated to ALL of those who have contributed to the efforts of this site for these past many years. ~ Ed.

It is my right to be uncommon… if I can; I seek opportunity…not security. I do not wish to be a kept citizen, humbled and dulled by having the state look after me.

I want to take the calculated risk; to dream and to build, to fail and to succeed. I refuse to barter incentive for a dole. I prefer the challenges of life to the guaranteed existence; the thrill of fulfillment to the stole calm of utopia.

I will not trade freedom for beneficence nor my dignity for a handout. I will never cower before any master nor bend to any threat. Continue reading