Quote: Abraham Lincoln

“I believe that every individual is naturally entitled to do as he pleases with himself and the fruits of his labor, so far as it in no way interferes with any other men’s rights.”

– Abraham Lincoln, instituter of the first income tax (The Revenue Act of 1861), a National Bank (The National Banking Act), a military draft for the Civil War/War Between the States/War of Northern Aggression/War of the Rebellion/War for Southern Independence/War of Secession (choose your flavor), and who suspended the writ of habeas corpus during his term as President.




Quote: Bob Wiedemer

“People are defiantly in denial about what we’re doing. . . . Nobody mentions the $85 billion a month we’re printing now [via Quantitative Easing] . . . . We’ve only printed about $800 billion in the last 100 years. We’re going to print more than that next year. So, literally 100 years of printing next year.”

Bob Wiedemer




Quote: Ol’ Remus

Uncle Remus“The federal government was not intended to be a charity, nor an insurance or retirement agency, nor doctor, pharmacist or health advisor, champion of the poor or rich, changer of foreign regimes, protector of the planet, educator, space explorer, diet and nutrition czar, arbiter of interest rates or prices or wages, nor trafficker in currency unsecured by gold or silver. As legally constituted it may neither promote nor restrict transfats, sugar, tobacco, alcohol, coal, gasoline, drugs, salt or food of any kind; nor may it enact legislation favoring or victimizing or exempting any gender, race or ethnicity. In short, those things DC is doing outside of its enumerated powers are unlawful.”

– Ol’ Remus, The Woodpile Report