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I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: every pedestrian in this town should be packing a firearm, and when that little-dicked asshole with the jacked up truck or plastic tited bimbo driving a leased Mercedes while talking on her cell-phone blows through the crosswalk the pedestrian is occupying the pedestrian can shoot them.
Self defense. Stand you ground.
From 21st Century Wire…
It’s Memorial Day weekend in the U.S.A. and there’s another important part of history, dare we say Forbidden, that will not be televised. Lest we forget…
Retired Major General Smedley Butler was onto something in 1933, when he was recruited to be a “gangster for capitalism” by a group of wealthy Americans calling themselves the “American Liberty League”. Damn interesting, indeed.
If you know your history, you know that in 1934 there was an attempted coup in the United States that was thwarted largely due to the efforts of U.S. Marine Corps Major General Smedley Butler (ret.)
Look it up. The playbook is eighty years old.
Butler was only one of 19 people ever awarded the Medal of Honor twice and the only person to be awarded a Marine Corps Brevet Medal and a Medal of Honor for two different actions.
After it dawned on him how his heroism and the heroism of the troops under his command had been misused, he wrote a book called “War is a Racket”, which I can guarantee you never heard about in school.
So put down the Ambien, Prozac, Viagra and crotch-shots on Fox Kool-Aid and turn off the television, because you have just lived through the hottest January through April on record, and it is increasingly likely that 2015 will be the hottest year on record, possibly by a wide margin.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has just predicted a 90 percent chance that the El Niño it declared in March will last through the summer and “a greater than 80 percent chance it will last through 2015.” El Niños generally lead to global temperature records, as the short-term El Niño warming adds to the underlying long-term global warming trend.
And in fact, with April, we have once again broken the record for the hottest 12 months on record: May 2014 – April 2015. The previous record was April 2014 – March 2015, set last month. The record before that was March 2014 – February 2015. And the equally short-lived record before that was February 2014 – January 2015.
As we keep breaking records in 2015, our headlines are going to sound like a … broken record. May has already started out hot, and it is quite likely next month we will report “The Hottest 5-Month Start Of Any Year On Record,” and that June 2014 – May 2015 will become hottest 12 months on record.
You are a clear and present danger to my grandchildren’s future.
When the bees are gone, in four years we will be gone.
Two new studies, both published by the journal Nature, are once again indicting the pesticide group, neonicotinoids, as having adverse affects on bee populations.
A pair of new studies published Wednesday in Nature are disturbing when taken separately, but so much more chilling when laid out next to each other: The first provides new evidence that neonicotinoid insecticides can have a negative effect on bees, adding weight to the theory that these chemicals could contribute to colony collapse disorder and endanger our food supply. In the second study, another group of researchers found that bees don’t avoid these harmful pesticides. They may actually seek them out and get addicted to them.
This class of insecticide has been highly controversial, with heated debate, but the data keeps coming in, and piling up, to the point that even the industry-coddling EPA has called for a moratorium on April 2nd, 2015, at long last joining the European Union which also placed a moratorium on the pesticide. It seems that step by step, blow by blow, the critics are being proven correct about the harmful affects of the chemical.
There’s more. You are a clear and present danger to my grandchildren’s futute.
Good bad or in different, it’s here.
I’m worried about what’s on the other side of it.
You should too, if you’re on my list. You will pay for what you have done.
“The 2nd Amendment to the Constitution isn’t for just protecting hunting rights, and it’s not only to safeguard your right to target practice. It is a Constitutional right to protect your children, your family, your home, our lives, and to serve as the ultimate check against governmental tyranny — for the protection of liberty,” Cruz wrote to supporters in a fundraising email on Thursday, under the subject line “2nd Amendment against tyranny.”
You’ve almost got it, bozo (respects), but it’s a little thinner than that: The Second Amendment to the Constitution provides redress, provides relief, for the impositions of tyrannies upon the majority (the rest of us) by a minority (you).
You are in the minority.
As I wrote in my e-mail to you, do not fast track the Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership Act out of committee and vote no to the Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership Act. It is bad for Oregon Agriculture. It is bad for Oregon Business. It is bad for Oregon’s Environment. It is bad for Oregon.
Though I have long supported – and voted for – you and actively campaigned for your junior partner Jeff Merkley, like me of a multi-generational Oregon Logging and mill family and the first of that family to go to college, you people are walking on egg-shells with me over what you did to the most popular governor in the history of the State of Oregon re-elected to an unprecedented fourth term with the highest vote count ever. As a non-affiliated voter, if you weasel Democrats keep selling out to the corporations, to the Fascists, then you will join your counterparts the Republicans on my list of those I will never again vote for, regardless how qualified or well-deserved.
Trust me, I am paying attention, and I vote.
Do not fast track the Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership Act out of committee and vote no to the Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership Act. It is bad for Oregon Agriculture. It is bad for Oregon Business. It is bad for Oregon’s Environment.
It is bad for Oregon.
I often suggest a variation of Pascal’s Wager: If I am wrong, if the climate is not changing, the world not warming to in-habitability in my grand-childrens’ generation, I don’t lose a bloody damned thing. If you, the denier, are wrong, we all lose, our grand-children lose, the only world we know of we can live on. End of the road, way of the dinosaurs… extinction. Do you want to take that bet?
We do not forgive. We do not forget.