12 May 2014
Are we to condemn a man for what he says in private, to his loved ones, under the expectation of privacy? Do we want to be able to say what we really feel to one another, regardless of the political correctness, in the privacy of our own homes? Are we now no longer afforded the luxury of a private moment, on private property, in the company of our peers and loved ones? The co-owner of the LA Clippers, an NBA basketball team, has been vilified recently over an out-of-context portion of a secret recording that was leaked to the press…
22 Jan 2014
The debate over public sector unions and their "underfunded pension liabilities" has consistently failed to mention key information regarding the causes of the pension fund problems. Try to remember that it's almost entirely due to the scams surrounding the financial collapse of 2008. Wall street stole from us all, now the media machine and big business want to kick us while we're down. The debate usually goes like this: Connie says, "We have massively underfunded pension programs because unions are too powerful. They abuse their influence as big campaign donors to negotiate sweetheart deals and it's bankrupting our country! No…
07 Nov 2013
Yesterday, the Washington bill that would have required the labelling of GMO foods was defeated. Despite having support from 66% of the Washington population in September, by October, that numbered had plummeted to only 46%. We need only look at the $22 million in dark, out-of-state money spent by opponents of the bill, versus the $8.4 million raised by proponents, to realize the pollution of our democracy by big money spending in politics. Big money came flowing in from out of state GMO purveyors such as Monsanto ($5.4 million), PepsiCo ($2.4 million), Dupont ($3.9 million), Nestle ($1.5 million), Coca-Cola ($1.5…
24 Sep 2013
An FBI Most Wanted character (played rather dryly by the great James Spader) turns himself in to FBI HQ, wherein he is immediately detained at an apparently secret FBI "blacksite" that they refer to as "The Post Office" in what appears to be a Hypercube cell, strapped to what must be the most ergonomic restraint seat known to man they probably call "The Comfy Chair" one presumes. The FBI then implants an "alpha chip RFID" tracking tag in his shoulder, subcutaneously, then they beat, stab, threaten to kill, and then shoot suspects dead for pulling out heart medication. Are we…

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