Yearly Archives: 2018

Happy New Year From the Trenches!

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The Dark Side of LED Lighting

Return to Now One of the world’s top photobiologists has been trying to warn the public for years about the dangers of the government-mandated phasing out of incandescent lighting. While LEDs (light-emitting diodes) are up to 95 percent more energy efficient … Continue reading

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Where the Lilies Bloom

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Ray Wylie Hubbard full concert

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The Roar of Stupidity is Now Deafening

The Great Recession The world is descending into intellectual chaos. Read El Erian in the following linked article, and then come and back tell me we have not moved into madness: El-Erian: 1000-Point Swings In The Dow Are The “New … Continue reading

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James McMurtry “We can’t make it here”

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The Word From the Trenches – December 31, 2018

Join in on the conversation. Call (641) 715-3610 then enter 220029#, press *6 to mute and unmute. VoIP Dialer: You can listen on our player. Direct link for major players: Get together in our chat room: The Pub. … Continue reading

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Trump Taunts Hypocritical Democrats Over Border Security Flip-Flop

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden As the partial government shutdown approaches its tenth day, President Trump fired off a few Monday morning tweets from the Oval Office, calling out Democrats for their changing stance on border security over the … Continue reading

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Ben Swann ON: Government Shutdown Over Border Wall

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Man Owns Undercover Cop Trying to Bust Him for Weed, Sells Him Flowers Instead of Pot

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist Troy, OH — It is a sad fact that in many states — in the land of the free — police still use taxpayer resources to hunt down, kidnap, and even kill people … Continue reading

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“The President Is Reconsidering”: Syria Pullout On Thin Ice After Lunch With Lindsey Graham

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden President Trump is “reconsidering” his strategy to pull US forces out of Syria following an “eye-opening trip to Iraq” the day after Christmas, Bloomberg reports. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) who sits on the Senate Armed Forces … Continue reading

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Poor people should get slower internet speeds, American ISPs tell FCC

The Register – by Kieren McCarthy Analysis ISPs should be paid to provide slower internet speeds to poor people. That’s the extraordinary upshot of a meeting between an ISP industry group and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the US.  

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Elizabeth Warren Announces Plans For Presidential Run

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden In a video announcement and email to supporters sent Monday morning, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren announced that she was officially launching an exploratory committee to seek the 2020 Democratic nomination, making her the first … Continue reading

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American Legion Joins VFW in Calling for Congressional Investigation of Israel’s Attack on USS Liberty.

Hub Pages – by Ralph Lopez Due to the persistence of surviving crew members and the continual emergence of new revelations, the national veteran’s group American Legion has passed Resolution 40 calling for Congress to “publicly, impartially, and thoroughly” investigate the attack … Continue reading

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January-March 2019 Temperature Outlook: Cold in East, South; Mild in Northwest

The Weather Channel After a late-December respite from the bitter chill in the central and eastern United States, colder temperatures are likely to return for the beginning of the new year and intensify by February, according to the latest outlook … Continue reading

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Malware attack stops major U.S. newspapers from publishing

Mashable – by Johnny Lieu A suspected malware attack affected major U.S. newspapers over the weekend. In what was initially thought to be a server outage, the attack delayed distribution of Saturday’s Los Angeles Times and San Diego Union-Tribune, according to the Times. On Saturday … Continue reading

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US judge says Obamacare can stand while appeal is heard

Yahoo News Washington (AFP) – A US judge who ruled earlier this month that Obamacare is unconstitutional has said the health care law can stand while his decision is appealed. In a stay order issued Sunday, Texas-based Judge Reed O’Connor … Continue reading

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Former New Vienna police chief indicted for misusing K-9 donations

Dayton Daily News NEW VIENNA — A former New Vienna police chief accused of misusing donations for a police K-9 was indicted by a Clinton County grand jury. Clinton Brown was indicted Dec. 18 on theft in office, a fourth-degree felony, … Continue reading

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How to Be a Producer In a Nation of Consumers

The Organic Prepper In this world, there are two kinds of people. You can be a consumer or you can be a producer. Neither one is inherently good or bad – these are just descriptive terms. You can produce 100% … Continue reading

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Police: Armed man talking about prophecy wasn’t aware of what city he was in

The Sequin Gazette – by Felicia Frazar Police say a man arrested with a gun talking about going to a church to fulfill a prophecy wasn’t targeting a local church, and didn’t even know what city he was in. The … Continue reading

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