The Mind of RD REVILO

  • The Fiscal Cliff, Which is Leading
  • To a physical rift, causing more Civil Bleeding
  • Loss of special tax deductions,
  • More complicated, special, instructions
  • Besides how did this country run
  • Besides privateering, protected piracy, slavery and a gun
  • Without an income tax, from 1776 to 1913
  • Do you understand, what I am saying, what I mean
  • No income tax, what you produced was yours
  • Savings bonds and sacrifice, financed wars
  • How, how, that now, we’re nearing a fiscal cliff
  • You should be asking, what kind of trick is this
  • young America, had a government,
  • Of, for and by the people, today, it’s governance
  • Of, for, and by Evil, A Government that once
  • Protected American People, their property and business
  • They waylaid, tariffs, taxes on foreign goods
  • Were so high, most people bought what was made at home
  • Like they should, with the cash they earned, no need for loans
  • Americans hadgood…

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The Militant Negro™

By Jueseppi B.






You Don’t Have to Be an Economist to Understand What $2,000 Means to Middle-Class Families



Megan Slack  By Megan Slack December 04, 2012 The White House Blog


If Congress fails to act before the end of the year, every family in the country will see their income taxes automatically go up at the beginning of 2013.


A typical middle class family of four will see their income taxes rise by $2,200. We can’t let that happen. Our families can’t afford it, and neither can our economy.


The thing is, you don’t have to be an economist or economic expert to understand why that’s the case.



“I’m Not an Economist, but…”

whitehouse   whitehouse

Published on Dec 4, 2012

You don’t have to be an economist to know what $2,000 means to middle-class families. Share your story at 

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Please be aware that Another fracking induced earthquake of a noticeable size has occurred — AGAIN at the border of Colorado and New Mexico — same spot as last years (2011) earthquake swarm , and 5.0M earthquake.

colorado 3.9m earthquake


Here are the USGS earthquake statistics:

2012 December 04 15:15:26 UTC

Earthquake Details

  • This event has been reviewed by a seismologist.
Magnitude 3.9
Location 37.028°N, 104.918°W
Depth 5.7 km (3.5 miles) (poorly constrained)
Distances 40 km (24 miles) WSW of Trinidad, Colorado
138 km (85 miles) SSW of Pueblo, Colorado
147 km (91 miles) S of Pueblo West, Colorado
155 km (96 miles) NE of Espanola, New Mexico


Screenshots below are from Google Earth — using the…

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Peace is Important to Saving Mother Earth


A Peaceful Picnic Among the Water Lotus        

Hello, everyone. Have you ever noticed how you can look at something over and over and not really see it? I have and I have realized something. What I have realized is that we need peace and we need to heal our planet. We must do them together if we are going to have any success. The concepts need to be interwoven for strength and workability.

If we work hard and accomplish healing the planet, and we end up in another World War, it won’t do much good. If we learn to live peacefully with each other. To love others as we love ourselves. If we manage not to fear the differences in cultures,skin color, or beliefs and we haven’t healed the planet, well, we will not survive either. So we must all work together to make this entire plan work. The full commitment of every person, government and religion is necessary.

We can’t do it without work, love, acceptance and honoring all that is sacred. What is sacred? Everything is sacred because Divinity is found within everything which breathes and lives. This includes our planet. So we need to find a way to weave the threads of the lives of all sentient beings together to form a strong yet beautiful tapestry that will reflect the love and holiness that is here among us..




The Beuaty of Nature in our World is something that we must preserve


Peace flows into me

As the tide to the pool by the shore;

It is mine forevermore,

It will not ebb like the sea.

I am the pool of blue

That worships the vivid sky;

My hopes were heaven-high,

They are all fulfilled in you.

I am the pool of gold

When sunset burns and dies-

You are my deepening skies;

Give me your stars to hold.”

                      ——Sara Teasdale

                                Teasdale won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry in 1918


Lake Erie Sunset; Huntington Beach, OH; Photo by Barbara Mattio