Randam Ron Paulism
Aaron Russo: Do you think America is going deeper and deeper into becoming a police state?
Ron Paul: Yeah, I think we’re moving in that direction, because there’s not much we can do without permission. The absence of a police state is that people are free, and if you don’t commit crimes you can do what you want. But today, you can’t open up a business, you can’t develop land, you can’t go to the bank, you can’t go to the doctor without the government knowing what you’re doing. They talk about medical privacy, that’s gone. Financial privacy, that’s gone. The right to own property, that’s essentially gone. So you have to get permission from the government for almost everything. And if that is the definition of a police state, that you can’t do anything unless the government gives you permission, we’re well on our way. This is something that people eventually, I hope, will get sick and tired of, and say enough is enough.”
America: Freedom to Fascism, 2006
Mary Hall: New York Fashion Week: Milly by Michelle’s Modern Look during Spring/Summer 2012
Pictured: Geometric prints and tone restraint lead a approach during Milly SS 2012 (picture: M.Hall)Last week I perceived a sneak preview of a Milly Spring /Summer 2012. The blueprint looked a bit selected with full skirts, cinched waist and propitious bodices. Today, we saw a runway show, and while it was really selected desirous in a pattern of a garments, a uncover featured distinctive Milly prints that were really modern. “My Spring 2012 collection is complicated and geometric in cut and print, malleable by worldly materials like timber and tortoise resin. Colors are colourful and exciting- vermilion, tangerine, mount and cerulean are grounded by chocolate brownish-red and indigo,” says Michelle Smith, Designer and Creative Director, Milly.
Pictured: Azure Blues during Milly complimented by browns and whites (photo: M. Hall)The show’s runway backdrop illustrated a geometric pattern and a colors that a collection was built around. There were Jackie Kennedy like blanket dresses with particular large buttons for accent, printed skirts, bright blues, emeralds and reds contrasted with normal navy blue. There was even a node to final year’s inspiration, Peggy Guggenheim, in a cat’s eye 1960s sunglasses some of a models sported down a runway. One dress was a dip neck, brief sleeved dress with this imitation of red and white circles, tweeted out in allege of a show.
Pictured: A close-up of a Milly imitation Tweeted by a Designer yesterday (photo MillybyMichelle Twitter Feed)
The French lerned designer, Michelle Smith, updated her prints with singly American red, white and blue. The collection looks really practical, nonetheless energetic and upbeat. These looks can take many women from a bureau to a cocktail party. Look for Milly sole during Bloomingdales, Nordstroms, and MillyNY on Madison Ave.
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