The World According To Bob

Bob Allen is a philosopher and cyber libertarian. He advocates for the basic human rights of men. Bob has learned to cut through the political nonsense, the propaganda hate, the surface discourse, and talk about the underlying metamessage that the front is hiding. Bob tells it like it is and lets the chips fall where they may. If you like what you read be sure to bookmark this blog and share it with your friends.

Location: United States

You can't make wrong into right by doing wrong more effectively. It's time for real MEN to stand up and take back our families, our society, and our self respect. It is not a crime to be born a man. It is not a crime to act manly.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

No Lines at Airports Does Not Mean Happy People

The law in the US is clear and easy to understand,
“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated.”

We the People do not waive our rights by choosing to travel. Our government cannot waive off our rights by an act of its Congress, by adoption of a policy, or by falsely claiming that travel is a privilege subject to their permission. Every government politician, agent, pig, or employee who violates the law is a criminal who should be arrested, tried, and hanged by the decent people.

The socialist media in the US has been pushing sexual violations and porn photos at US Airports for a couple of weeks. Their lead “news” has been to falsely report a user protest advocating refusing the nude photos in favor of sexual assault by government thugs. In unison they pushed a fiction that objectors would cause delays at airports by insisting on the sexual assault, “search my junk,” Does anyone believe these lying filth any more? Nobody who needs to fly somewhere is going to try to stop the process after buying his ticket and getting in line.

The people who refuse to be subjected to government crime by criminals in government uniforms, will not fly at all if they can avoid it. DUH!

The socialist media today is blathering about how the fictitious protest they talked about all week didn't happen. They show that, in fact, there are no lines at all at airports. They claim, falsely, that the lack of crowded airports on what used to be the most crowded day of the year is an affirmation of public acceptance of sexual assault and violation of rights by the government. WRONG.

The lack of crowds at airports in the US is a clear result of millions of Americans refusing to travel and be assaulted by criminals from the government. Do not expect honest reporting from the socialist media. Do not participate in their crimes. If you cannot get their by land or sea, don't go. Phone the airlines and inform them why you won't buy. And call your deaf Congressman to complain.

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Monday, November 15, 2010

Don't Touch My Junk!

Have you tried to travel anywhere lately? The Transportation Security Agency (TSA) makes and views “Nude” photos of all airline passengers. They also sexually assault many passengers by fondling your sexual organs and private parts.

Mr. John Tyner refused their assault and recorded the assault today on video. One on video, one man standing up for his rights, our of a million Americans assaulted. If you did that to anyone you would be thrown in jail for 20 years. AOL Report Mr. Tyner told the TSA criminals, "If you touch my junk, I'll have you arrested."

We have a fundamental law that prohibits government search without criminal process, its called the “4th Amendment of our Constitution, part of our CITIZEN'S Bill of Rights. The Bill of Rights was created to LIMIT the government.

Many Americans feel that we can no longer travel until and unless government sexual assaults are discontinued. The TSA agents should be sent to prisons, or hanged. The PEOPLE have rights. We must stand up for our rights. We must stop allowing the government to search everyone for no reason.

Half of the US Congress was just fired for not listening to the people. If TSA, Obama, and the Congress are still not listening, we need to get rid of the rest.

Here is how Thomas Jefferson taught us to protect ourselves from our government:

"God forbid we should ever be twenty years without such a rebellion. The people cannot be all, and always, well informed. The part which is wrong will be discontented, in proportion to the importance of the facts they misconceive. If they remain quiet under such misconceptions, it is lethargy, the forerunner of death to the public liberty. ...

And what country can preserve its liberties, if its rulers are not warned from time to time, that this people preserve the spirit of resistance? Let them take arms. The remedy is to set them right as to the facts, pardon and pacify them. What signify a few lives lost in a century or two? The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time, with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is its natural manure."

Here is what you can do today. Phone an airline, any airline that flies in the US. Call and tell them that you are not going to fly until rights of the people are restored at airports. Call your Congressman and tell his clerk the same thing. Tell your Congressman that if the government doesn't listen, we will fire another bunch of them. And send a message to Obama. We The People have rights even if Obama doesn't understand that the Constitution limits his power.

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Saturday, November 13, 2010

Why States Are Broke

How many ridiculous government agencies do you have in your area? How many could we just get rid of and nobody would notice?

California agencies, departments, boards, quasi-governmental groups and other fiefdoms:
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California Academic Performance Index (API); California Access for Infants and Mothers; California Acupuncture Board; California Administrative Office of the Courts; California Adoptions Branch; California African American Museum; California Agricultural Export Program; California Agricultural Labor Relations Board; California Agricultural Statistics Service; California Air Resources Board (CARB); California Allocation Board; California Alternative Energy and Advanced Transportation Financing Authority; California Animal Health and Food Safety Services; California Anti-Terrorism Information Center; California Apprenticeship Council; California Arbitration Certification Program; California Architects Board; California Area VI Developmental Disabilities Board; California Arts Council; California Asian Pacific Islander Legislative Caucus; California Assembly Democratic Caucus; California Assembly Republican Caucus; California Athletic Commission; California Attorney General; California Bay Conservation and Development Commission; California Bay-Delta Authority; California Bay-Delta Office; California Biodiversity Council; California Board for Geologists and Geophysicists; California Board for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors; California Board of Accountancy; California Board of Barbering and Cosmetology; California Board of Behavioral Sciences; California Board of Chiropractic Examiners; California Board of Equalization (BOE) California Board of Forestry and Fire Protection; California Board of Guide Dogs for the Blind; California Board of Occupational Therapy; California Board of Optometry; California Board of Pharmacy; California Board of Podiatric Medicine; California Board of Prison Terms; California Board of Psychology; California Board of Registered Nursing; California Board of Trustees; California Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians; California Braille and Talking Book Library; California Building Standards Commission California Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education California Bureau of Automotive Repair California Bureau of Electronic and Appliance Repair; California Bureau of Home Furnishings and Thermal Insulation; California Bureau of Naturopathic Medicine; California Bureau of Security and Investigative Services; California Bureau of State Audits; California Business Agency; California Business Investment Services (CalBIS); California Business Permit Information (CalGOLD); California Business Portal; California Business, Transportation and Housing Agency; California Cal Grants; California CalJOBS; California Cal-Learn Program; California CalVet Home Loan Program; California Career Resource Network; California Cemetery and Funeral Bureau; California Center for Analytical Chemistry; California Center for Distributed Learning; California Center for Teaching Careers (Teach California); California Chancellors Office; California Charter Schools; California Children and Families Commission; California Children and Family Services Division; California Citizens Compensation Commission; California Civil Rights Bureau; California Coastal Commission; California Coastal Conservancy; California Code of Regulations; California Collaborative Projects with UC Davis; California Commission for Jobs and Economic Growth; California Commission on Aging; California Commission on Health and Safety and Workers Compensation; California Commission on Judicial Performance; California Commission on State Mandates; California Commission on Status of Women; California Commission on Teacher Credentialing; California Commission on the Status of Women; California Committee on Dental Auxiliaries; California Community Colleges Chancellors Office, Junior Colleges; California Community Colleges Chancellors Office; California Complaint Mediation Program; California Conservation Corps; California Constitution Revision Commission; California Consumer Hotline; California Consumer Information Center; California Consumer Information; California Consumer Services Division; California Consumers and Families Agency; California Contractors State License Board; California Corrections Standards Authority; California Council for the Humanities; California Council on Criminal Justice; California Council on Developmental Disabilities; California Court Reporters Board; California Courts of Appeal; California Crime and Violence Prevention Center; California Criminal Justice Statistics Center; California Criminalist Institute Forensic Library; California CSGnet Network Management; California Cultural and Historical Endowment; California Cultural Resources Division; California Curriculum and Instructional Leadership Branch; California Data Exchange Center; California Data Management Division; California Debt and Investment Advisory Commission; California Delta Protection Commission; California Democratic Caucus; California Demographic Research Unit; California Dental Auxiliaries; California Department of Aging; California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs; California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control Appeals Board; California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control; California Department of Boating and Waterways (Cal Boating); California Department of Child Support Services (CDCSS); California Department of Community Services and Development; California Department of Conservation; California Department of Consumer Affairs; California Department of Corporations; California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation; California Department of Developmental Services; California Department of Education California Department of Fair Employment and Housing; California Department of Finance; California Department of Financial Institutions; California Department of Fish and Game; California Department of Food and Agriculture; California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CDF); California Department of General Services; California Department of General Services, Office of State Publishing; California Department of Health Care Services; California Department of Housing and Community Development; California Department of Industrial Relations (DIR); California Department of Insurance; California Department of Justice, Firearms Division; California Department of Justice Opinion Unit; California Department of Justice, Consumer Information, Public Inquiry Unit; California Department of Justice; California Department of Managed Health Care; California Department of Mental Health; California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV); California Department of Personnel Administration; California Department of Pesticide Regulation; California Department of Public Health; California Department of Real Estate; California Department of Rehabilitation; California Department of Social Services Adoptions Branch; California Department of Social Services; California Department of Technology Services Training Center (DTSTC); California Department of Technology Services (DTS); California Department of Toxic Substances Control; California Department of Transportation (Caltrans); California Department of Veterans Affairs (CalVets); California Department of Water Resources; California Departmento de Vehiculos Motorizados; California Digital Library; California Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Certification Program; California Division of Apprenticeship Standards; California Division of Codes and Standards; California Division of Communicable Disease Control; California Division of Engineering; California Division of Environmental and Occupational Disease Control; California Division of Gambling Control; California Division of Housing Policy Development; California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement; California Division of Labor Statistics and Research; California Division of Land and Right of Way; California Division of Land Resource Protection; California Division of Law Enforcement General Library; California Division of Measurement Standards; California Division of Mines and Geology California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA); California Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources; California Division of Planning and Local Assistance; California Division of Recycling; California Division of Safety of Dams; California Division of the State Architect; California Division of Tourism; California Division of Workers Compensation Medical Unit; California Division of Workers Compensation; California Economic Assistance, Business and Community Resources; California Economic Strategy Panel; California Education and Training Agency; California Education Audit Appeals Panel; California Educational Facilities Authority; California Elections Division; California Electricity Oversight Board; California Emergency Management Agency; California Emergency Medical Services Authority; California Employment Development Department (EDD); California Employment Information State Jobs; California Employment Training Panel; California Energy Commission; California Environment and Natural Resources Agency; California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal/EPA); California Environmental Resources Evaluation System (CERES); California Executive Office; California Export Laboratory Services; California Exposition and State Fair (Cal Expo); California Fair Political Practices Commission; California Fairs and Expositions Division; California Film Commission; California Fire and Resource Assessment Program; California Firearms Division; California Fiscal Services; California Fish and Game Commission; California Fisheries Program Branch; California Floodplain Management; California Foster Youth Help; California Franchise Tax Board (FTB); California Fraud Division; California Gambling Control Commission; California Geographic Information Systems Council (GIS); California Geological Survey California Government Claims and Victim Compensation Board; California Governors Committee for Employment of Disabled Persons; California Governors Mentoring Partnership; California Governors Office of Emergency Services; California Governors Office of Homeland Security; California Governors Office of Planning and Research; California Governors Office; California Grant and Enterprise Zone Programs HCD Loan; California Health and Human Services Agency; California Health and Safety Agency; California Healthy Families Program; California Hearing Aid Dispensers Bureau; California High-Speed Rail Authority; California Highway Patrol (CHP); California History and Culture Agency; California Horse Racing Board; California Housing Finance Agency; California Indoor Air Quality Program; California Industrial Development Financing Advisory Commission; California Industrial Welfare Commission; California InFoPeople; California Information Center for the Environment California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank (I-Bank); California Inspection Services; California Institute for County Government; California Institute for Education Reform; California Integrated Waste Management Board; California Interagency Ecological Program; California Job Service; California Junta Estatal de Personal; California Labor and Employment Agency; California Labor and Workforce Development Agency; California Labor Market Information Division; California Land Use Planning Information Network (LUPIN); California Lands Commission; California Landscape Architects Technical Committee; California Latino Legislative Caucus; California Law Enforcement Branch; California Law Enforcement General Library; California Law Revision Commission; California Legislative Analyst's Office; California Legislative Black Caucus; California Legislative Counsel; California Legislative Division; California Legislative Information; California Legislative Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Caucus; California Legislature Internet Caucus; California Library Development Services; California License and Revenue Branch; California Major Risk Medical Insurance Program; California Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board; California Maritime Academy; California Marketing Services; California Measurement Standards; California Medical Assistance Commission; California Medical Care Services; California Military Department California Mining and Geology Board; California Museum for History, Women, and the Arts; California Museum Resource Center; California National Guard; California Native American Heritage Commission; California Natural Community Conservation Planning Program; California New Motor Vehicle Board; California Nursing Home Administrator Program; California Occupational Safety and Health Appeals Board; California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board; California Ocean Resources Management Program; California Office of Administrative Hearings; California Office of Administrative Law; California Office of AIDS; California Office of Binational Border Health; California Office of Child Abuse Prevention; California Office of Deaf Access; California Office of Emergency Services (OES); California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment; California Office of Fiscal Services; California Office of Fleet Administration; California Office of Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Implementation (CalOHI); California Office of Historic Preservation; California Office of Homeland Security; California Office of Human Resources; California Office of Legal Services; California Office of Legislation; California Office of Lieutenant Governor; California Office of Military and Aerospace Support; California Office of Mine Reclamation; California Office of Natural Resource Education; California Office of Privacy Protection; California Office of Public School Construction; California Office of Real Estate Appraisers; California Office of Risk and Insurance Management; California Office of Services to the Blind; California Office of Spill Prevention and Response; California Office of State Publishing (OSP); California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development; California Office of Systems Integration; California Office of the Inspector General; California Office of the Ombudsman; California Office of the Patient Advocate; California Office of the President; California Office of the Secretary for Education; California Office of the State Fire Marshal; California Office of the State Public Defender; California Office of Traffic Safety; California Office of Vital Records; California Online Directory; California Operations Control Office; California Opinion Unit; California Outreach and Technical Assistance Network (OTAN); California Park and Recreation Commission; California Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST); California Performance Review (CPR); California Permit Information for Business (CalGOLD); California Physical Therapy Board; California Physician Assistant Committee; California Plant Health and Pest Prevention Services; California Policy and Evaluation Division; California Political Reform Division; California Pollution Control Financing Authority; California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo; California Postsecondary Education Commission; California Prevention Services; California Primary Care and Family Health; California Prison Industry Authority; California Procurement Division; California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS); California Public Employment Relations Board (PERB); California Public Utilities Commission (PUC); California Real Estate Services Division; California Refugee Programs Branch; California Regional Water Quality Control Boards; California Registered Veterinary Technician Committee; California Registrar of Charitable Trusts; California Republican Caucus; California Research and Development Division; California Research Bureau; California Resources Agency; California Respiratory Care Board; California Rivers Assessment; California Rural Health Policy Council; California Safe Schools; California San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission; California San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains Conservancy; California San Joaquin River Conservancy; California School to Career; California Science Center; California Scripps Institution of Oceanography; California Secretary of State Business Portal; California Secretary of State; California Seismic Safety Commission; California Self Insurance Plans (SIP); California Senate Office of Research; California Small Business and Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Certification Program; California Small Business Development Center Program; California Smart Growth Caucus; California Smog Check Information Center; California Spatial Information Library; California Special Education Division; California Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Board; California Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR); California Standards and Assessment Division; California State Administrative Manual (SAM); California State Allocation Board; California State and Consumer Services Agency; California State Architect; California State Archives; California State Assembly; California State Association of Counties (CSAC); California State Board of Education; California State Board of Food and Agriculture; California Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO); California State Children's Trust Fund; California State Compensation Insurance Fund; California State Contracts Register Program; California State Contracts Register; California State Controller; California State Council on Developmental Disabilities (SCDD); California State Disability Insurance (SDI); California State Fair (Cal Expo); California State Jobs Employment Information; California State Lands Commission; California State Legislative Portal; California State Legislature; California State Library Catalog; California State Library Services Bureau; California State Library; California State Lottery; California State Mediation and Conciliation Service; California State Mining and Geology Board; California State Park and Recreation Commission; California State Parks; California State Personnel Board; California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; California State Railroad Museum; California State Science Fair; California State Senate; California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science (COSMOS); California State Summer School for the Arts; California State Superintendent of Public Instruction; California State Teachers Retirement System (CalSTRS); California State Treasurer; California State University Center for Distributed Learning; California State University, Bakersfield; California State University, Channel Islands; California State University, Chico; California State University, Dominguez Hills; California State University, East Bay; California State University, Fresno; California State University, Fullerton; California State University, Long Beach; California State University, Los Angeles; California State University, Monterey Bay; California State University, Northridge; California State University, Sacramento; California State University, San Bernardino; California State University, San Marcos; California State University, Stanislaus; California State University (CSU); California State Water Project Analysis Office; California State Water Project; California State Water Resources Control Board; California Structural Pest Control Board; California Student Aid Commission; California Superintendent of Public Instruction; California Superior Courts; California Tahoe Conservancy; California Task Force on Culturally and Linguistically Competent Physicians and Dentists; California Tax Information Center; California Technology and Administration Branch Finance; California Telecommunications Division; California Telephone Medical Advice Services (TAMS); California Transportation Commission; California Travel and Transportation Agency; California Unclaimed Property Program; California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board; California Unemployment Insurance Program; California Uniform Construction Cost Accounting Commission; California Veterans Board; California Veterans Memorial; California Veterinary Medical Board and Registered Veterinary Technician Examining Committee; California Veterinary Medical Board; California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board; California Volunteers; California Voter Registration; California Water Commission; California Water Environment Association (COWPEA); California Water Resources Control Board; California Welfare to Work Division; California Wetlands Information System; California Wildlife and Habitat Data Analysis Branch; California Wildlife Conservation Board; California Wildlife Programs Branch; California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs); California Workers Compensation Appeals Board; California Workforce Investment Board; California Youth Authority (CYA); Central Valley Flood Protection Board; Center for California Studies; Colorado River Board of California; Counting California; Dental Board of California; Health Insurance Plan of California (PacAdvantage); Humboldt State University; Jobs with the State of California; Judicial Council of California; Learn California; Library of California; Lieutenant Governors Commission for One California; Little Hoover Commission (on California State Government Organization and Economy); Medical Board of California; Medi-Cal; Osteopathic Medical Board of California; Physical Therapy Board of California; Regents of the University of California; San Diego State University; San Francisco State University; San Jose State University; Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy; State Bar of California; Supreme Court of California; Teach California; University of California; University of California, Berkeley; University of California, Davis; University of California, Hastings College of the Law; University of California, Irvine; University of California, Los Angeles; University of California, Merced; University of California, Riverside; University of California, San Diego; University of California, San Francisco; University of California, Santa Barbara; University of California, Santa Cruz; Veterans Home of California.

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Tuesday, November 09, 2010

One Highway Robbery Too Many

We see them every day on our roads and highways, armed highwaymen robbing drivers. In days gone by, highway robbers were caught and hung. Now they work for corrupt governments. Their job is to rob drivers, take our money, empty our purse, and turn most of the cash over to corrupt local governments. On a highway near Riverside, California, blue gun thug Ryan Bonaminio tried to rob one passing driver too many. News Story

Dead Pig Bonaminio

Early this week blue gun thug Ryan Bonaminio tried to stop and rob another truck driver. The unnamed truck driver stopped near Fairmont Park in Riverside. He got out of his truck, and fled into the park to avoid confrontation, avoid violence, and avoid being robbed by the hired gun thug. In typical blue gun thug assault mode, thug Bonaminio wasn't about to let a robbery victim get away. The hired gun thug chased the fleeing driver into the park. That was his last mistake in a life of crime and violence. When you live by the gun, you often die by the gun. Blue gun thug Bonaminio learned that lesson the hard way. He was found lying face down in a pool of his own blood. He has robbed his last driver. News story

Bonaminio had once been a valiant soldier who served in defense of our country, but after returning home from the military he fell into bad company and joined the evil blue shirt gang. He had gone from protecting America to robbing drivers. At least one citizen of California knows gun control. Hooray for him. Score one for the people of California.

The blue gun thug gang rallied all their members to take vengeance on any citizen who fights back against their evil domination. They will probably go on a killing rampage and kill one or more citizens for revenge. That's who they are.

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Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Not only NO, but HELL NO!

Old line politicians and talking head pundits are reeling today, trying to figure it out. The voters sent a message to Washington, DC, yesterday. Half of the US Congress, the House of Representatives, went from a solid Democratic majority to a solid (Tea Party) Republican majority. Tea Party candidates were also elected to the US Senate, but the Democrat/Socialist party still holds a majority in the Senate.

All the media talking heads, from CBS to FOX, keep reporting the Tea Party victories, but obviously the talking heads don't GET IT yet. Hour after hour they keep blathering about how the Tea Party Congressmen and Senators will have to "work with" or "compromise" on spending cuts. They just don't GET IT.

Government spending takes a positive appropriation that has to originate in the House of Representatives. According to the Constitutional process of the US Government, and the House of Representatives originates all appropriations bill. The House is now dominated by a Tea Party elected majority. Once the House passes a spending bill it goes to the Senate for approval and then to the President. It needs approvals of both the Senate and the President to become law. The government cannot legally spend any money not authorized by a law originating in the House.

The House of Representatives now has a (Tea Party) Republican majority, all of whom have promised to cut government spending. When the Tea Party members of the House only approve a much lower level of spending, and the Senate refuses to accept it, then NO MONEY GETS APPROPRIATED. If no money is appropriated, Obama won't be legally able to buy gas for his limo on a government account. Spending government money without an appropriation law is grounds for immediate impeachment and removal from office.

The usual pundits and political hacks are all about more and more spending. They have been watching millions of angry Americans form the Tea Party, and now we have elected many new Representatives to the House, and some Senators. But the pundits and hacks still don't get it. They assume that all Congressmen are there to “work with” and “go along.” They need another lesson.

If NO money is appropriated, no money is spent. No money being spent would be the ULTIMATE VICTORY for those who are angry about government spending. Tea Party Congressmen DO NOT HAVE TO COMPROMISE. They are, in fact, compromising to accept any government spending at all. If the Senate won't approve the cut spending bill, or Pretender Obama vetoes it, then NO money gets appropriated. VICTORY! WE WIN!

No spending at all is the ULTIMATE VICTORY for the Tea Party. If Obama or the Democrats want ANY spending, then they will have to accept what is acceptable and appropriated by the House. We The People don't want to be robbed for Obama's “Czars” or his “Obamacare” or his “EPA' or for his junkets to India, or any of the rest of his evil.

If he vetoes the House spending bill,


There won't be legal money to buy gas for Obama's limo.

For all you Democrats and talking heads who may read The World According to Bob, try to keep up. Angry Americans do not have to compromise with evil power mad politicians who take our money.

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