I mowed the lawn today, and after doing so I sat down and had a cold beer. The day was really quite beautiful, and the drink facilitated some deep thinking.

My wife walked by and asked me what I was doing and I said ‘nothing’. The reason I said that instead of saying ‘just thinking’ is because she would have said ‘about what’. At that point I would have to explain that men are deep thinkers about various topics which would lead to other questions.    Continue reading “What deep thinkers men are…”

by Tracy Turner

Caveat, this is not a medical advice nor a gun-control article.

This “List of 45 Mass Murders and Pharma Drugs they were on” is an excellent read, but merely a drop in the bucket compared to other psych-med-violence lists and databases. According to Yahoo Answers: “It is now 1 in 100 in the US not 1 in 150 (rate of ADHD/Autism Births); There are approximately 11,000 children born in the US each day-110 of the children born each day have a form of Autism which breaks down to about every 13.09 minutes a child is born with a form of Autism in the US.”… According to the Center for Disease Control, Canada, pesticides cause ADHD, ADD, Autism and Asperger’s.     Continue reading “Pesticide Control, Psych Drug Control Is Gun Control”

I knew about Echelon years ago and now we have this.  The NSA’s “The Program.”  They are wrong about how huge this story really is.  It is gargantuan.  The proper question to ask, is the NSA under control by government administrators, or is the agency on its own course and destiny, beyond administration supervision?  I ask this because information is power, and Herman Goering, who had his own NSA spy agency, the Forschungsamt (FA), which was one of the most closely guarded secrets in Nazi Germany.  Goering used his agency to set a private agenda to steer der fuhrer, Adolf Hitler down a path that Hitler was not cognizant of, but Goering was.  That brings up the question, who really was running Germany?  Goering or Hitler?   Continue reading “The NSA, who runs it?”

Dolphin submarineHaaretz

Israel is to deploy three submarines equipped with nuclear cruise missiles in the Persian Gulf, the Sunday Times reported on Sunday.

According to the Times report, one submarine had been sent over Israeli fears that ballistic missiles developed by Iran, and in the possession of Syria and Hezbollah, could be used to hit strategic sites within Israel, such as air bases and missile launchers.   Continue reading “Report: Israel to deploy nuclear-armed submarines off Iran coast”

Ukrainian military shell downtown Slavyansk in eastern UkraineThe Voice of Russia

Kiev-controlled military units briefly shelled Slavyansk city center  in eastern Ukraine with heavy artillery, said Stella Khorosheva, spokeswoman for people’s mayor of Slavyansk, Vyacheslav Ponomaryov, said on Saturday in comments reported by Itar-Tass. “They have fallen silent now,” Khorosheva said. “They usually start shelling in the morning and evening. There are no data on destruction or those injured yet. Fire was send to the city center.”

Earlier a militia representative told Itar-Tass that the gun fire was from the Karachun Mountain. He said “intense fire from mortars and howitzers” lasted a few hours.

Continue reading “Ukrainian military shell downtown Slavyansk in eastern Ukraine”

Ukraine: New President to Pay Fighters 16 Times Average SalaryFarsnews

“In order to improve motivation and in accordance with oligarch Poroshenko’s election promise, the Kiev regime is increasing the pay for its fighters who see the antifascist and pro-Russian population as terrorists to 20,000 hrivnyi a month,” Makhail Koval said, Global Research reported.

“The amount corresponds to some USD 1,700, which, for Ukraine, is like golden (though bloody) rain. Average salaries are about $100 or so a month, and conscripted soldiers were paid half of that,” Koval noted.   Continue reading “Ukraine: New President to Pay Fighters 16 Times Average Salary”

Marriott Copenhagen.(Photo from marriott.com)RT News

The officially released agenda of the prestigious Bilderberg club meeting is not true, claims RT show host Daniel Estulin, a longtime watcher of the ‘secret world govt’ group. He says he obtained the real agenda for this year’s gathering in Copenhagen.

An insider leaked the list of talking points for the ongoing Bilderberg conference to the investigative journalist last week, he said. The list has nine items, seven of which he shared:   Continue reading “Bilderberg actually talks nukes, euro nationalism and… Barack Obama – leak”

A Draganflyer X6.(Reuters / Chris Francescani)RT News

For a city infamous for circling police helicopters, Los Angeles Police were surprisingly late to the drone game. All that has changed, however, as the department quietly added two unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) to its arsenal.

The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) announced they had acquired two Draganflyer X6 aircraft as “gifts” from the Seattle Police, the department said on Friday.   Continue reading “LAPD acquires drone capability”

US Secretary of State John Kerry.(Reuters / Carolyn Kaster)RT News

House Oversight Chairman Darrell Issa released the Secretary of State from a subpoena to testify before a committee investigating the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, alleging Kerry was attempting to “distract” from the panel’s work.

Rep. Issa, (R-Calif.), said Kerry agreed to appear before the Oversight and Government Reform panel on June 12 as a means to avoid testifying before a later scheduled Select Committee panel.    Continue reading “‘Squirming’ John Kerry excused from testifying on Benghazi terror attacks”

The Andromeda spiral galaxy. (Reuters/NASA)RT News

A short time ago, in a galaxy very, very close by, a NASA satellite thought it detected a gamma ray burst in Andromeda. It was a false alarm, but astronomers used the opportunity as a reminder that our galaxy and Andromeda are set for a head-on collision.

NASA’s Swift satellite discovers and measures gamma-ray bursts, the most powerful explosions in the universe, and their afterglow in X-ray, optical, and ultraviolet wavelengths of light. The space agency says the spacecraft is designed “with powerful telescopes and quick reflexes to capture gamma-ray bursts as they flash and leave a lingering afterglow.”   Continue reading “Milky Way, Andromeda galaxies set to collide in giant game of space bumper cars”

-ASBBrd_03-06-2014_PressMon_1_A004~~2014~03~05~IMG_-ASBBrd_01-11-2014_P_1_1_.jpgSo let’s get this straight, all these homeless people (most of whom were previously middle class people) are going to be thrown out of this tent city and given one year in a paid apartment or other housing.  Then what?  They went to this tent city because they lost everything and had no where else to go.  There has been no recovery since the economic collapse of 2007/2008, so what makes them think these people are going to magically find jobs within a year when no jobs exist?!?  It’s crystal clear people, the criminal organization posing as the United States Govenment wants us all dead.  This is just the first of the many objectives of the New World Order.  If anyone reading this does not yet understand that, there is no hope left for such people.   Continue reading “Tent City in Lakewood to close”

Barack ObamaMail.com

WASHINGTON (AP) — As governors, businesses and environmentalists brace for new limits on power plant pollution, President Barack Obama is casting his unprecedented effort to curb greenhouse gases as essential to protect the health and wellbeing of children.

“I refuse to condemn our children to a planet that’s beyond fixing,” Obama said in his weekly radio and Internet address released Saturday. His administration is bringing forward the first carbon pollution limits on existing U.S. power plants on Monday, the centerpiece of his campaign against climate change. Critics say the plan will drive up costs, kill jobs and damage a fragile economy.   Continue reading “Obama makes public health pitch for carbon rules”

(AFP Photo)RT News

The US has pledged to help the EU cut down its gas imports from Russia and diversify its energy supply during President Barack Obama’s visit to Europe next week, National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes said.

The topics up for discussion during Obama’s visit – which is scheduled to take place June 2-6 – include US natural gas exports and the prospect of increasing US sales to the EU, according to the advisor.   Continue reading “US to work closely with EU to cut its Russian gas imports”

A New Jersey woman is suing her neighbors over their son's drumming (Credit: CBS 2)CBS New York

BOONTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – A woman in Boonton, N.J. is suing her neighbors over their son’s drumming.

Danny Palazzo’s neighbor claims he’s ruining her quality of life by playing the drums at all hours.

An appellate court is letting her lawsuit move forward, but Palazzo’s parents claim he never played late into the night.   Continue reading “Woman Sues Neighbors Over Their Son’s Drumming”

Alecia Phonesavanh covers her face on Thursday, May 30, 2014 in Atlanta as she talks about an incident in which Phonesavanh's 19-month-old son was critically injured when a police device was tossed into his bed Wednesday morning in Habersham County by a SWAT team in search of a drug suspect. Phonesavanh said there is no way officers should not have known they were children in the house. Habersham County Sheriff Joey Terrell said the officers were looking for a suspect who may have been armed and followed proper procedure by using the device. (AP Photo/Atlanta Journal-Constitution, John Spink)Washington Post – by Radley Balko

After Georgia’s Mountain Judicial Circuit Narcotics Criminal Investigation and Suppression Team burned a toddler with a flashbang grenade during a drug raid on Wednesday, Habersham County Sheriff Joey Terrell told Access North Georgia:

“The person I blame in this whole thing is the person selling the drugs,” Terrell said. “Wanis Thonetheva, that’s the person I blame in all this. They are no better than a domestic terrorist, because they don’t care about families – they didn’t care about the family, the children living in that household – to be selling dope out of it, to be selling methamphetamine out of it. All they care about is making money.

Continue reading “Drug task force that burned a toddler this week also killed an innocent pastor in 2009”

A farmer drives his combine harvester on a wheat field, Aug. 11, 2012, in Cassel, northern, France. File photo via AFP.Raw Story – by John Vidal, The Guardian

The world’s food supplies are at risk because farmland is becoming rapidly concentrated in the hands of wealthy elites and corporations, a study has found.

Small farmers, the UN says, grow 70% of the world’s food but a new analysis of government data suggests the land which they control is shrinking every year as mega-farms and plantations squeeze them onto less than 25% of the world’s available farmland, says international land-use group Grain. These mega-farms are less productive in terms of amount of food they produce per area of land, the report argues.   Continue reading “Corporations and wealthy elites now control more than 75 percent of the world’s farmland”

Blacklisted News – by Kelly Riddell, The Washington Times

A Massachusetts gun seller says it’s the latest victim of a federal multiagency task force that is squeezing financing sources for industries deemed “high-risk” by the Obama administration, such as porn stores, drug paraphernalia shops and gun merchants.

Powderhorn Outfitters, which sells firearms, archery gear and fishing equipment in Hyannis, Massachusetts, posted in an online forum this week that its longtime bank – TD Bank – had suddenly dropped its account.   Continue reading “Operation Choke Point Forces Bank To Dump Gun Store”