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            Wednesday, April 16, 2014




Putin Marches into the Rhineland
West offers no resistance 

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...Steve  Jobs’s successor at Apple, Tim Cook, was asked at the annual shareholder meeting by the NCPPR, the conservative finance group, to disclose the costs of Apple’s energy sustainability programs, and make a commitment to doing only those things that were profitable.

Mr. Cook replied –with an uncharacteristic display of emotion–that a return on investment (ROI) was not the primary consideration on such issues. ...  The company does “a lot of things for reasons besides profit motive. We want to leave the world better than we found it .... If you want me to do things only for ROI reasons, you should get out of this stock.” [Full]

When I saw this in March, I (like many of you) thought, "What a prick!"  So much for fiduciary responsibility.  And also an insight into Cook's character perhaps.  I'll make this short. 

Wife gave me a new iPad Air last week.  She, in turn, took my old iPad I (5.111).  I wiped it clean;  re-registered to her, and went about restoring  the apps I knew she'd enjoy. Like NetFlix, iBooks, Kindle, and a host of others.  But, guess what?  All of the afore mentioned, and many others,  were denied with the message "This App Requires ver 6 or Higher."  WTF?  I used these apps, on that box, last week. 

I'm not alone.




It gets worse.  Not only are there no Kindle or iBooks;  there are no book reader apps available. None. Once you give them up, there ain't no going backThe plaintive cry across Apple land is—

"How can I read books on an IPAD1 with OS 5.1.1"

... you pricks!

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Your AAPL posts are always among my faves. I got a chuckle out of Nature Boy's enviro-prattling too. What's the ROI on theatrical sincerity? This guy would power iPhones with Chinese toenails if they made a better battery.

But the real 800 pound gorilla in the room is you, as an Apple repeat customer. Their products are like GummyVites — addictive by good for you.
 
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Helly, I obviously am happy with iPad; MoSup gave me a choice of any brand and I stayed with iPad. That said, I find the crappy way they treat customers so reprehensible that, if I could go back a week, I would be using a Samsung tablet as we speak.
 
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LOL Rodge

You hate totalitarian regimes (e.g. ObamaCare, BLM, NSA, IRS) but you invite Apple products into your home?

Apple is THE most totalitarian system on the planet. But their products sure LOOK nice and WORK nicely... right up until you want to exercise a little individualism, as you just discovered.

There are many cogent reasons to dislike Microsoft et al (I once tossed a MS laptop into the pool out of pure frustration), but compared to Apple control freakery, other systems are pure Enlightenment.

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It was 70º at Noon, yesterday




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My wife drove from Florida to Leonardtown, MD, yesterday. Snow began soon after her arrival. She was thrilled, being a Florida girl. Of course, the Maryland grand children contributed to the thrill.
 
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It was 70º at Noon, yesterday

Rodge, I feel that I am now qualified to explain something about Florida to you. Anything below 80º is chilly.
 
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Snow in April is nothing unusual around here, but you'd never know it the way people react. When it does I like to go around singing, "It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas..." and everyone goes, "AH SHUDDUP!" =0D
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oohh oooh AAHHHH eee eeeeeeeeeeee




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I posit monkeys came from us, this would explain why we have a populace that tends to produce Democrats.
 
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My gut feeling is that we didn't come from monkeys; monkeys is where we're going.
With moslems leading the way of course.
 
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My answer to this has always been, "is evolution finite?"
As we were evolving FROM monkeys, something else was evolving INTO monkeys.

That's my thought anyway.
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I always wonder why the people that believe the strongest in evolution are the same ones trying to stop it.
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Hope you're kiddin', Rodge.
Real answer: monkeys, apes, and humans evolved from a common ancestor which no longer exists.
Individuals do not evolve from one species into another during their lifetimes. Certainly not all monkeys were expected to evolve into apes, then into humans.
One individual descendant's small genetic variation might become dominant in an isolated breeding population; and after many generations, differences may accumulate and become significant enough to be considered a separate species.
Ancestral species do not have to go extinct, but they might, and they might also produce other descendant species — hence, the tree/bush branching diagram of evolution.
 
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Also, ain't nuthin' that says evolution has to produce actual, you know, progress.
(see: Progressive political theory, a regressive 19thC fantasy technocratic resurrection of the 18thC "enlightened despot" cult.)
 
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The Age of Obamrarius



A little help here boss ...

O.K.  Now, I never got serious about earning my doctorate in linguistics.   Took a couple post-grad level courses and realized how much it would cost me in tuition and lost wages and all, so I just went to work teachin reg'lar English classes at the university level.

Since I don't have the terminal degree in etymology and nonce words and a pro pos diction cuteness, I must ask you to be patient with me and help me out when my knowledge is incomplete, as with the following somewhat paradoxical situation:

The Satanists, the Devil Worshippers, the Diabolotrists, the Demoniacs are now insisting on allowing prayer in schools from K-12.  Yes, children praying in school.  The only stipulation is that they pray to Satan.  Now . . . what IS le mot jus which covers this twist of events????  I think it's a brief word, about 5 letters with 3 distinct syllables, kinda like ivory, but I think it has the letter n in it.  Anybody know?

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Now I lay me down to sleep
I pray to Satan in gore I'll steep
That Christian blood will form a lake
From which I'll drink, my thirst to slake



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I have never understood why good Xians don't pray for Satan. After all, He's the one who needs their prayers most ;-)
 
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This is why I've long opposed prayer in public schools. Everyone supporting prayer in the schools seems to assume the prayer is going to be like the ones they hear every Saturday or Sunday.

Once that door is opened, all the other religious types are going to be throwing elbows to get their spot at the table.

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Until sometime in the 70's (or later) MD public schools began each day with the Pledge of Allegiance and a bible reading (King James). As a Catholic I might have protested being forced into Protestant bible indoctrination (as if I knew any difference), but then I would have, properly, had the shit kicked out of me after school by my peers. For being an asshole.

The point is, there was zero harm done to anyone, atheists included, The people who later (e.g. Madalyn Murray O'Hair) used the courts to change that benign culture, today have the gall to claim the "Tolerance" high road. Now we have a fractured culture, without moral guard rails, because the State is the religion. Look at what we are now.
 
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And this, ladies and gentleman, is why we have the First Amendment.
Imagine what would happen if we had a Satanic theocracy.
(see also: Islamism)
As an atheist, I am at risk of bein' beheaded or burned at the stake by only one more sect/cult that you are.
Yep, freedom of religion is a big ol' yessiree, far as I'm concerned … as long as it's mutual.
 
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            Tuesday, April 15, 2014



Peanuts? How Can I Say No


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Happiness is a warm gun, yes it is, when you really want to reach out and touch someone, repeatedly with extreme prejudice.
 
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The French have, evidently, beat the world in the race for a  Vectored  Emergency Train Levitation Unit (Vectored Unité train à lévitation d'urgence).  Credit where credit is due.


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Seriously, what the heck is that? Stops the hose from contacting or getting caught in the tracks?
 
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OK, it was a joke staged by a Belguim Fire Department. Yeesh. Some faith in human intellect restored...

http://nieuws.vtm.be/x-tra/86877-grap-van-brandweer-gaat-wereld-rond


 
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It's their hose shutoff valve, in the double valve for safety arrangement.
French train engineers and firemen are in the same union, so they work together.
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Looks to me as if they've gone to the wrong fire.
 
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Now that there's funny!
Thanks, Rodge. Made my day.
 
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How Lazy Can I Be?



This Lazy

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Tax Day Special

High Road to Serfdom

The startling thing about the books academics typically dismiss as relics of the past is the uncanny manner in which they anticipate the present. “Democracy extends the sphere of individual freedom,” Alexis de Tocqueville wrote in 1848. “Democracy attaches all possible value to each man while socialism makes each man a mere agent, a mere number.”

“Democracy and socialism have nothing in common but one word: equality. But notice the difference: while democracy seeks equality in liberty, socialism seeks equality in restraint and servitude.”  The de Tocqueville quote was resurrected nearly a century later by Friedrich A. Hayek in The Road to Serfdom.

The Austrian economist and philosopher himself proved to be quite prescient in his own analyses. “Indeed, it could almost be said that wherever liberty as we know it has been destroyed, this has been done in the name of some new freedom promised to the people,” Hayek wrote. “Even among us we have planners who promise us a ‘collective freedom,’ which is as misleading as anything said by totalitarian politicians.”

“‘Collective freedom’ is not the freedom of the members of society, but the unlimited freedom of the planner to do with society that which he pleases.” Think of some of the exotic freedoms we have been promised lately.

Here are some other Hayekian insights which arguably still resonate 70 years after they first appeared in print:

“Almost all the traditions and institutions which have moulded the national character and the whole moral climate of England and America are those which the progress of collectivism and its centralistic tendencies are progressively destroying.” [In case you wondered where the progressivism comes in.]


“Great danger lies in the policies of two powerful groups, organized capital and organized labor, which support the monopolistic organization of industry.” [Crony capitalism, anyone? Perhaps someone should build a statue of Hayek that overlooks Detroit.]
The distinguished émigré also offered a poignant coda for those of us with grandparents who left their homelands because they didn’t want to be born into the job they would die in: “Nothing makes conditions more unbearable that the knowledge that no effort of ours can change them. It may be bad to be just a cog in a machine but it is infinitely worse if we can no longer leave it, if we are tied to our place and to the superiors who have been chosen for us.”

Finally, read this little passage of Hayek’s, written before World War II drew to a close, and realize how long we have been bereft of accuracy in either the media or academia: “The younger generation of today has grown up in a world in which, in school and press, the spirit of commercial enterprise has been represented as disreputable and the making of profit as immoral, where to employ 100 people is represented as exploitation but to command the same number as honorable.”

© Accuracy In Academia


As an aside: Diana West Discusses Obama's Forged Birth Certificate and Forged Selective Service Reg

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Diana West - American Betrayal


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Mary Landrieu is one



Democratic senator Mary Landrieu of Louisiana is in a tough reelection battle because of her support for Obamacare. So its not surprising her latest TV ad focuses on the one high-profile fight she's had with the Obama administration, over oil and gas exploration. The 60-second spot features people watching Landrieu arguing for expanding energy exploration in Louisiana and criticizing Barack Obama for its restrictionist policies. Watch the video below:





Most of the clips the ad features are from her appearances on local and cable TV news. But watch the clips of Landrieu around the video's halfway point. They feature the senator speaking in what looks like a congressional hearing, excoriating a faceless witness. "They have to sit here and listen to the federal government say, 'We can't share a penny with you'? I will not rest until this injustice is fixed," Landrieu says. "Do you think there are a bunch of fairy godmothers out there who just wave a magic wand?"

The clips feature a chyron at the bottom of the screen for a program called "Eye on Washington." Below that is the headline, "Obama administration says it won't support increased oil and gas revenue sharing." The problem is that the video clip doesn't come from C-SPAN or any other real TV show. In fact, the clip is a reenactment of a real committee hearing from last year, viewable here. The relevant lines that Landrieu recreated for the campaign ad begin at about 2 hours and 30 minutes into the video.

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Mary, Mary quite contrary! {always has been}

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retire to Virginia???
Good Lord, please, have mercy, no. We already have a Clintinoid for governor and two commie senators. Send her on north. Send her to France even, but not Virginia. After 149 years, we still haven't got rid of the carpetbaggers.
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"Send her to France even ... "

Skoonj inches away from LCG Tailgunner Dick, hoping not to be in the line of fire when the carnage ensues.
 
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Oh My



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No retail for that lad.
 
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Clive Bundy-RSSR


Flashback: Sen. Reid Breaks
Ground for Nevada
Solar Farm Near

Bundy Ranch          $$$
In the early 90s, the BLM went on a frenzy and drastically cut almost every rancher’s permit because of this desert tortoise issue, even though all of us ranchers knew that cow and desert tortoise had co-existed for a hundred+ years. As an example, a family friend had his permit cut by 90%. For those of you who are non ranchers, that would be equated to getting your paycheck cut 90%.


There have been a lot of people criticizing Clive Bundy because he did not pay his grazing fees for 20 years. The public (are) also probably wondering why so many other cowboys are supporting Mr. Bundy even though they paid their fees and Clive did not. What you people probably do not realize is that on every rancher’s grazing permit it says the following: “You are authorized to make grazing use of the lands, under the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Land Management and covered by this grazing permit, upon your acceptance of the terms and conditions of this grazing permit and payment of grazing fees when due.”

The “mandatory” terms and conditions go on to list the allotment, the number and kind of livestock to be grazed, when the permit begins and ends, the number of active or suspended AUMs (animal units per month), etc. The terms and conditions also list specific requirements such as where salt or mineral supplements can be located, maximum allowable use of forage levels (40% of annual growth), etc., and include a lot more stringent policies that must be adhered to. Every rancher must sign this “contract” agreeing to abide by the TERMS AND CONDITIONS before he or she can make payment.

Had Clive signed on the dotted line, he would have, in essence, signed his very livelihood away. And so Mr. Bundy took a stand, not only for himself, but for all of us.
 In the early 90s, the BLM went on a frenzy and drastically cut almost every rancher’s permit because of this desert tortoise issue, even though all of us ranchers knew that cow and desert tortoise had co-existed for a hundred+ years. As an example, a family friend had his permit cut by 90%. For those of you who are non ranchers, that would be equated to getting your paycheck cut 90%. In 1976 there were approximately 52 ranching permittees in this area of Nevada. Presently, there are 3. Most of these people lost their livelihoods because of the actions of the BLM. Clive Bundy was one of these people who received extremely unfair and unreasonable TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

Keep in mind that Mr. Bundy was required to sign this contract before he was allowed to pay. Had Clive signed on the dotted line, he would have, in essence, signed his very livelihood away. And so Mr. Bundy took a stand, not only for himself, but for all of us. He refused to be destroyed by a tyrannical federal entity and to have his American liberties and freedoms taken away.

Also keep in mind that all ranchers financially paid dearly for the forage rights those permits allow – - not rights to the land, but rights to use the forage that grows on that land. Many of these AUMS are water based, meaning that the rancher also has a vested right (state owned, not federal) to the waters that adjoin the lands and allow the livestock to drink. These water rights were also purchased at a great price. If a rancher cannot show beneficial use of the water (he must have the appropriate number of livestock that drinks and uses that water), then he loses that water right.

Usually water rights and forage rights go hand in hand. Contrary to what the BLM is telling you, they NEVER compensate a rancher for the AUMs they take away. Most times, they tell ranchers that their AUMS are “suspended,” but not removed. Unfortunately, my family has thousands of “suspended” AUMs that will probably never be returned. And so, even though these ranchers throughout the course of a hundred years invested thousands(and perhaps millions) of dollars and sacrificed along the way to obtain these rights through purchase from others, at a whim the government can take everything away with the stroke of a pen. This is the very thing that Clive Bundy single-handedly took a stand against. Thank you, Clive, from a rancher who considers you a hero.


Thanks to Sir H the Comet for finding and sending thisIt will only be for lack of  exposure to American history that anyone, knowing these facts, save for communistas, will not— at the very least—understand  Clive Bundy's  position.  Most will see him as an exemplar  of what we used to be.  The Don't Tread on Me we. Which, come to think of it, means even the communistas will understand that too.  And hate him for it.


Aside- my reference to Harry Reid atop is because, per usual, Harry Reid is backing the PRC (Chinese) in developing a solar farm techno facility on the grazing land, and I will bet big time that  the Reid Crime Family stand to make big wampum from this scheme.   Did I say that Harry Reid is a known, but unindicted crook?


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Actually, the Chinese solar project connection is incorrect. It died a couple of years ago.

What is correct is that the Gold Butte block of land is needed to offset the enviromental effects of First Solar's upcoming project just south of Gold Butte.

First Solar is run by Oboma's main money handlers, as well a a close Reid confidant.

The Chinese have bought into First Solar so there is that connection.

Read the details here:
http://libertyunyielding.com/2014/04/12/feds-want-relocate-desert-tortoise-chinese-solar-farm-sponsored-harry-reid/#2JVM53rk91xeCUZq.99
 
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Thanks for that clarification.

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[RedState]
I have been happily using Firefox for many years now, but the episode with their CEO disturbed me quite a bit.  The day after I heard about that, I was going through my email and clicked on a link from Red State and got this:


I really don't give a rat's ass about Mozilla's "corporate values", but when they start using them to interfere with my browsing that's where I draw the line.Today, I installed Pale Moon as my new browser.

via Grin


Gave it a try yesterday.  Had no problem installing and linking bookmarks, but could not get any extensions.  I'll be damned if I can find any TOOLS to configure the thing.  I'm unimpressed,  and happy to hop back and forth between FF and Chrome and, occasionally, IE.



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Have been using Pale Moon for some time. Go to Paly Moon Project Homepage, and you will see a tools button in the ribbon at the top of the page.... tools include a Fire Fox migration utility

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            Monday, April 14, 2014


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And you thought you would never find a use for all your 1oz gold coins.-Anymouse
 
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 Animal Catharsis                        
From Merrily, a great picture of a rare falcon nesting in a tree.

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art is everywhere

I don't need no stinking art gallery
Two Cellos




If you haven't seen Two Cellos' you're in for a treat.  Via Hucker:

What's this?  Oh my.  Metzger just sent me, erm, Three G Strings?



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These are your Classical Cello virtuoso's ON CRACK!!!

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Stephane Grappelli would have been proud of those gals.

Sir H the Comet
 
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I love Salut Salon too... thankee for the find.

Kim
 
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Reminds me of early Apocalyptica.
 
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If you got it, you're either very creative, or— you would flunk a behaviorial Rorschach Test.  Sigh.



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I don't think it would do her much good.
 
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Got Smurf?

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She will probably get a stiff neck.
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A great tribute.  There are some unpleasantnesses however;
like Walter Cronkite's appearance.  And comments like this:


It is a shame that our corrupt government put our soldiers in harm's way in this, and so many other unnecessary, and unprovoked/pre-emptive wars. When will it end? How long will many of our poorest people, invade distant lands and be murdered under the guise of freedom, only to kill the poor of these other lands?

But, then, this is about people who did their duty,
not misinformed slugs and agitproppers.
 
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I remember that day in 73. Col. Robinson Risner lived two doors down from us in Oklahoma City. We watched him come home. I still have a signed copy of "The Passing of The Night" by him. This was a class A post Rog.
 
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There were civilian POWs as well. Such as my father. Taken in Hue in 1968 and released in 1973.
 
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        THIS

I've got a "new" production Yugo M-57 Tokarev on the way but the only ammo I can find for it is new production full metal jacket and it was expensive.Reloading components are hard to get also. 

Took me to- This

YEAR 2009


... this week the DoD wrote a letter to the owner of Georgia Arms and said that from now on the DoD will be destroying the brass - shredding it. It is no longer available to the Ammo makers - unless they just buy it in a scrap shredded condition (which they have No use for). The shredded brass is NOW going to be sold by the DoD to China as scrap metal.... after the DoD pays for it to be shredded. The DoD is selling the brass to China for less money than Ammo manufacturers have been paying... plus the DoD has to pay to have the brass shredded and do all the accounting paperwork. That sure helps the US economy now, doesn't it? Sell cheaper to China - and do not sell shells at all to a proven US business. Any agenda working here???? Obama going after our ammunition!!!!!

After being made public,  the resulting flare-up caused the DoD to rescind that policy.  It was however akin to finding out your wife was cuckolding you
with a guy down the street—a guy you despised. Her promise never to do it again may be accepted, but you'll always know she has that lust.  And suspect an even deeper ulterior motive.

Jump to last week.

Year 2014


Sen. Harry Reid Behind BLM Land Grab of Bundy Ranch
Corrupt Democratic Sen. Harry Reid working with the
Chinese gov’t to take (grazing) land for solar facilities


When InfoWars broke that story, and it went viral (despite not being mentioned by the Dem media), the Feds suddenly announced that they were withdrawing from the assault of Bundy. 

Now, there are two things at play in my head right now (and forgive me for being so peripatetic)  about these ugsome facts. First was toadold's comment about the cost of ammunition and scarcity of components for DIY.  And the Feds recent penchant (since Obama was elected in 2008) for buying billions of rounds of ammunition, and the plan to sell mil brass to the PRC at a loss. I am hard pressed then not to conclude that:

  1. Our policies not only help the PRC strategically, but
  2. as a practicality, disarm the American public by making ammunition scarce and unaffordable.
That takes me back to The Clintons' Coal-Gate;
[Bill Clinton's 1996 declaration of] 1.7 million Utah acres as a national monument, thereby depriving an energy-starved U.S. up to 62 billion tons of environmentally safe low-sulfur coal worth $1.2 trillion and minable with minimal surface impact, was a political payoff to the family of James Riady.

He's the son of Lippo Group (the PRC was a partner) owner Mochtar Riady. James was found guilty of — and paid a multimillion dollar fine for — funneling more than $1 million in illegal political contributions through Lippo Bank into various American political campaigns, including Bill Clinton's presidential run in 1992.

Clinton took off the world market the largest known deposit of clean-burning coal. And who owned and controlled the second-largest deposit in the world of this clean coal? The Indonesian Lippo Group of James Riady. It is found and strip-mined on the Indonesian island of Kalimantan.

And now to

The Gun control policy of the Clinton Administration: , The White House's domestic policy on guns during Bill Clinton's term in office as president of the United States from 1993 to 2001. Gun control was a major political issue in the first half of Clinton's first term and during that time he lobbied for, and signed, two major pieces of gun control legislation, the Brady Bill and the Assault Weapons Ban. [Wiki]

None of these constitute minor contretemps; they are, or sure seem to be, part of  a Third Wayish scenario (that we associate with Bilderbergers, et.al.)  to remake the world by eliminating the United States role of counter balancer. The very presidency of Barack Obama is the boldest and most successful to date manifestation of how far along things are. 

At this point I ask myself, why are you publicly posting this

  • Because I can
But what do you hope to achieve?
  • An indulgence satisfied.



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I went to a meeting at the apartment complex that was conducted by a "community" police officer. Mostly it was about the crimes being committed by the meth-heads. It seems we have three apartment complexes were dealers and addicts are established that have access to our street. Our state doesn't have a nuisance law so that the apartment can be shut down. However an officer from the local Homeland Security was there. What was his concern, domestic violence not drugs. It seems that now in a domestic violence situation an arrest will be made of either one or both parties and it is now a felony. Of course if you have a felony conviction on your record you can't get a CHL. Meanwhile we've had three robberies outside and inside the apartment complex. One right by the mail boxes. Which is why I'm going to start carrying again. I've got osteoporosis and have developed arthritis in my left foot. So I went for the lightest recoiling handgun load at a price I could afford. I don't want to get stress arthritis in my hands a wrists. "When your seconds away from getting crippled the police are minutes away"...if they haven't already stolen your cell phone then kicked the shit out you because you don't have a smart phone
 
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