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I never recall Trump running as a “conservative”.

He had many incentives not to run for the Presidency; he chose to think of his country and its future rather than his own aggrandizement.
He is (thankfully) wealthy enough to ignore attempts at bribery, savvy enough to avoid contributions which would mean owing favors, admitted he was part of the problem, and knows how to right that wrong. He also knows how to wage counter economic warfare. It’s like someone who doesn’t look for a fight, but if one is started, will finish it.


A vote for Hitlery is akin to dumping gasoline on an already dangerous fire.  Ms. “What difference does it make”  needs to be slam dunked. Period.

Titles are links to Author’s posts

From Hammerhead Combat Systems:

Surveillance State: Push To Expand FBI Surveillance Authority Threatens U.S. Email Privacy Bill

“Currently, federal agencies do not need a warrant to access emails or other digital communications more than 180 days old due to a provision in a 1986 law that considers them abandoned by the owner.

But Republican party senators offered amendments Thursday that privacy advocates argued contravened the purpose of the underlying bill and would likely sink its chances of becoming law.

Those amendments include one by Senator John Cornyn, the second ranking Republican in the Senate, that would broaden the FBI’s authority to deploy an administrative subpoena known as a National Security Letter to include electronic communications transaction records such as the times stamps of emails and their senders and recipients.

Senators Patrick Leahy and Mike Lee, the Democratic and Republican authors of the email privacy bill, agreed to postpone the vote to give time to lawmakers to review the amendments and other provisions of the bill that have prompted disagreement.

NSLs do not require a warrant and are almost always accompanied by a gag order preventing the service provider from sharing the request with a targeted user.

The letters have existed since the 1970s, though the scope and frequency of their use expanded greatly after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the United States.”

From JCscuba

Secret Text in Senate Bill Would Give FBI Warrantless Access to Email Records

A provision snuck into the still-secret text of the Senate’s annual intelligence authorization would give the FBI the ability to demand individuals’ email data and possibly web-surfing history from their service providers without a warrant and in complete secrecy. (S.B. : S.2344)

The spy bill passed the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday, with the provision in it. The lone no vote came from Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., who wrote in a statement that one of the bill’s provisions “would allow any FBI field office to demand email records without a court order, a major expansion of federal surveillance powers.” (Source)

Wyden did not disclose exactly what the provision would allow, but his spokesperson suggested it might go beyond email records to things like web-surfing histories and other information about online behavior. “Senator Wyden is concerned it could be read that way,” Keith Chu said.”

#NeverTrump is fading into the sunset… now relegated to a few tassel loafered pockets of resistance….and social media trollers.  The Anger babies, if you will (a phrase coined by my friend Anthony Adams, I liked it so I stole it).  These folks like Ben Shapiro, Bill Kristol, Paul Ryan, etc… believe themselves to be intellectually superior to all of us.  They represent purist of the pure… the self-appointed guardians of conservatism, who for the most part are the biggest hypocrites on the planet.

First.. where was their little #NeverRomney when we were forced to vote for the Grandfather of Obamacare?  Or #NeverMcCain?  Apparently McCain-Feingold didn’t infringe on our first amendment TOO much.

The primary is over.  Trump won.  Grow up.

Any American with a brain knows we cannot allow Hillary Clinton to become president.

The ending tunage is as classic as it gets…and the quality is outstanding.  Paul Rodgers, the original lead vocalist for Bad Company and Free, teams up with  legendary guitarist Brain May of Queen.  Good stuff.  Party on Garth…


Blue Duck Fly to North Country

Today, the synapses clicked somewhere in the region where my brain stores memories of  music.  In the early 70’s I obtained via FM radio, a folk song whose lyrics cut like a straight razor.   Many outspoken artists were using music as a platform to call attention to man’s aberrant, self destructive behavior.

It is still very relevant today; perhaps the unveiling of facts surrounding Fukushima caused this to surface, but I am uncertain.  What is certain –  we at some point will “reap what we have sown”.

 In finding it on the web to share with you, I discovered who the artist was.  Until now I never knew.

This was carefully constructed to match the syllables of the original lyrics.

If you’re unsure, dig out your copy of  Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.


When we go voting, this November,
Coming very soon
Just what will the outcome of those ballots be
Will we stop this insanity?

Will we get Trump, or Hitlery,
Heaven only knows,
Will the election, bring us redemption     
What the votes will show

Hang on every word,
Wait with baited breath,
As results come in.

Wait for statistics, projected polls,
Early results in,
Sit up half the night for the late returns
Damn California, what’s the word,

Returns keep coming, outcome unclear,
Can’t take no more snow,
Will the election, bring us redemption
What the votes will show

Service people will their votes be counted,
Or be “late” again, and not recognized,
Digital charades
Zero’s and One’s be there
Don’t you steal away!

Projected polls, don’t call too soon,
We won’t be amused,
Indicate precisely what the numbers say
Pull your heads out, don’t lie today

When it’s all over, then we will see
Numbers are now known,
Will the election, bring us redemption
What the votes will show

BTW; this June 18th, Paul McCartney will be 74… FEEL OLD?

First, this is NOT the Trump Kelly interview.  I have no idea why the YouTube channel gave this interview that title.  Second, while Fukushima suddenly looms as a dreadful threat to our wellbeing,  this question/answer interview, hosted by Senator Tim Scott exemplifies why we need Trump in office.  One of my frustrations has been the Regimes horrible insistence of telling everyone, enemies and all what we’re going to do, militarily, and policy-wise.  I have made posts about us acting as “the world’s policemen”.

Trump’s answer, with his excellent business acumen, is a better solution than I had in mind. (at 18:54 of the video)

I don’t know exactly how long ago this took place, and the date is not given. I do know it is the most straight forward, informative cross section of what Trump has in mind that I have ever seen.

I did a post about Fukushima on Apr 23rd, containing  information which should give everyone pause about the spread of radiation, fish in the North Pacific being irradiated, and even food coming from our own country as a result.  But some creepy facts have only just come to my attention; the situation there has been far more critical than first perceived.

There are supposed to be 31 reactors in the U.S. similar to Fukushima’s Unit 4; I couldn’t find the locations using my search engine; here is a map of all the reactors in the U.S. –

Map of Power Reactor Sites


List of Power Reactor Units

U.S. Commercial Nuclear Power Reactors - Years of Operation


Page Last Reviewed/Updated Friday, November 13, 2015


This video update from Feb 2016:

A much earlier post from Fukushima Update:

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by Ethan A. Huff / / October 16, 2012 /

Though the mainstream media has long since abandoned the issue, the precarious situation at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power facility in Japan is only continuing to worsen, according to a prominent Japanese official. During a recent interview, Mitsuhei Murata, the former Japanese Ambassador to both Switzerland and Senegal, explained that the ground beneath the plant’s Unit 4 is gradually sinking, and that the entire structure is very likely on the verge of complete collapse.

This is highly concerning, as Unit 4 currently holds more than 1,500 spent nuclear fuel rods, and a collective 37 million curies of deadly radiation that, if released, could make much of the world completely uninhabitable. As some Natural News readers will recall, Unit 4 contains the infamous elevated cooling pool that was severely damaged following the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami that struck on March 11, 2011.

More info HERE


Trivializing society


I have made posts about the dangers of social media, ranted about Rogue Government’s intrusion on privacy, their ability to monitor us via those damned pocket computers called “phones”, that our discoveries have not been accompanied by the wisdom needed to make proper moral decisions; that being, just because we CAN do something, doesn’t mean we SHOULD.

We – the collective “we”, spend far too much time buried in Tablets, I Pods, Galaxies, Laptops, PC’s;  more concisely the Internet.  The MSM doesn’t help matters, with their filtered, biased, “news”; that portion of the news they want us to know.  Gamers, immersed in the “virtual world” are a related subject simply because of their disconnect with the real world.

One of my greatest headaches is the loss of accurate reporting.  As bloggers, we have become our own “news service” in a manner of speaking.  The accuracy, the veracity of what we post, relies solely on the individual being responsible enough to thoroughly research the source material before parroting what someone else has said.

The issue of trust looms large when real verification is fast becoming ever more difficult.  If you think I’m in error, please note that the supposed “verifiers” are not to be given blind trust, any more then anyone else, just because they are often consulted as to whether something is -or is not- so.

Those self appointed “Gods” are human, subject to error, and may well have their own controllers!  SEE Who Verifies the Verifier?

I was somewhat embarrassed to not have known, until recently, of an item from free republic dated Aug 27th 2011; titled Snopes  No More.   That being dependent on their verified sources…

The fact remains, we spend too much time online, to the detriment of real interpersonal relationships.  Not to disparage the associations I’ve made (Re: friends I “met” online) but technology itself has contributed to our becoming isolated, cubbyholed, labeled, and unless we exercise independent thought, out and out brainwashed.

God help us to be mindful watchmen; we as flawed humans cannot continue to make an art form out  of taking things for granted.





This is about common sense. It does not take into account agribusiness, GMO’s, the Hydra Monsanto, or other gene spliced foods being foisted on us. It is about the many debilitating side effects of white flour; including but not limited to, excess weight, and diabetes.

I am not immune from a predilection toward “comfort foods”; however, long ago, I decided to “bite the bullet” and seldom, if ever eat any of the following:

Pizza, all pasta, (spaghetti being the most obvious, but “mac ‘n cheese” is a biggy) pancakes, waffles, bagels, processed cakes, pastries, donuts, crackers, and most cold cereals.  Where the ingredients label has “less than two percent of the following” which can contain as much as twenty other noxious items are on my banned list; these are the majority of things lurking at the local grocers.

I’m grateful for the source,, which doesn’t take the position of Alpha Dog, marking his territory, but freely shares their information:


The Little-Known Secrets about Bleached Flour…

March 26, 2009

by Dr. Mercola

Nearly everyone knows that white flour is not healthy for you, but most people don’t know that when white flour is bleached, it can actually be FAR worse for you.

It’s generally understood that refining food destroys nutrients. With the most nutritious part of the grain removed, white flour essentially becomes a form of sugar. Consider what gets lost in the refining process:

  • Half of the beneficial unsaturated fatty acids

  • Virtually all of the vitamin E

  • Fifty percent of the calcium

  • Seventy percent of the phosphorus

  • Eighty percent of the iron

  • Ninety eight percent of the magnesium

  • Fifty to 80 percent of the B vitamins

And many more nutrients are destroyed — simply too many to list.

The Journey of the Wheat Berry

Have you ever wondered how white flour is made?

The website Healthy Eating Politics has an interesting article about the process.

Most commercial wheat production is, unfortunately, a “study in pesticide application,” beginning with the seeds being treated with fungicide. Once they become wheat, they are sprayed with hormones and pesticides. Even the bins in which the harvested wheat is stored have been coated with insecticides. If bugs appear on the wheat in storage, they fumigate the grain.

A whole grain of wheat, sometimes called a wheat berry, is composed of three layers:

  • The bran

  • The germ

  • The endosperm

The bran is the layer where you’ll find most of the fiber, and it’s the hard outer shell of the kernel. The germ is the nutrient-rich embryo that will sprout into a new wheat plant. The endosperm is the largest part of the grain (83 percent), making up most of the kernel, and it’s mostly starch.

White flour is made from the endosperm only, whereas whole-wheat flour combines all three parts of the wheat berry.

Old time mills ground flour slowly, but today’s mills are designed for mass-production, using high-temperature, high-speed steel rollers. The resulting white flour is nearly all starch, and even much of today’s commercially processed whole wheat flour has lost a fair amount of nutritional value due to these aggressive processing methods.

White flour contains a small fraction of the nutrients of the original grain, with the heat of the steel rollers having destroyed what little nutrients remain. But then it is hit with another chemical insult–a chlorine gas bath (chlorine oxide). This serves as a whitener, as well as an “aging” agent.

Flour used to be aged with time, improving the gluten and thus improving the baking quality. Now, it is treated  with chlorine  to instantly produce similar qualities in the flour (with a disturbing lack of concern about adding another dose of chemicals to your food).

According to Jim Bair, Vice President of the North American Millers Association:

“Today, the US milling industry produces about 140 million pounds of flour each day, so there is no way to store the flour to allow it to age naturally. Plus, there is a shelf life issue.”

It has not been determined how many mills are bleaching flour with chorine oxide, but we do know the use of chlorides for bleaching flour is considered an industry standard.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) defines chlorine gas as a flour-bleaching, aging and oxidizing agent that is a powerful irritant, dangerous to inhale, and lethal. Other agents also used include oxides of nitrogen, nitrosyl, and benzoyl peroxide mixed with various chemical salts.

The chlorine gas undergoes an oxidizing chemical reaction with some of the proteins in the flour, producing alloxan as an unintended byproduct. Bair and other milling industry leaders claim that bleaching and oxidizing agents don’t leave behind harmful residues in flour, although they can cite no studies or published data to confirm this.

Why Bleaching Makes White Flour Even Worse

It has been shown that alloxan is a byproduct of the flour bleaching process, the process they use to make flour look so “clean” and — well, white. No, they are technically not adding alloxan to the flour — although you will read this bit of misinformation on the Internet. But, they are doing chemical treatments to the grain that result in the formation of alloxan in the flour.

With so little food value already in a piece of white bread, now there is potentially a chemical poison lurking in there as well.

So what is so bad about alloxan?

Alloxan, or C4 H2O4N2, is a product of the decomposition of uric acid. It is a poison that is used to produce diabetes in healthy experimental animals (primarily rats and mice), so that researchers can then study diabetes “treatments” in the lab. Alloxan causes diabetes because it spins up enormous amounts of free radicals in pancreatic beta cells, thus destroying them.

Beta cells are the primary cell type in areas of your pancreas called islets of Langerhans, and they produce insulin; so if those are destroyed, you get diabetes.

There is no other commercial application for alloxan — it is used exclusively in the medical research industry because it is so highly toxic.

Given the raging epidemic of diabetes and other chronic diseases in this country, can you afford to be complacent about a toxin such as this in your bread, even if it is present in small amounts?

Just How Much is Too Much?

Similar to disinfection byproducts (DBPs) in water, alloxan is formed when the chlorine reacts with certain proteins remaining in the white flour after the bran and germ have been removed. Protein makes up between 5 percent and 15 percent of white flour, depending on whether it’s cake flour, or high-gluten flour, such as what’s used for pizza crust or bagels.

So, this would suggest that perhaps 5 to 15 grams of protein per 100 grams of flour could be contaminated.

However, according to Professor Joe Schwarcz, Director of the McGill University Office of Science and Society, alloxan is the byproduct of xantophyll oxidation only. Xantophylls are yellow compounds in wheat that react with oxygen, causing flour to turn white.

According to Mr. Schwarcz:

“One of the possible minor side products of xantophyll oxidation is alloxan. It may therefore be found in small amounts in flour. There is no available research that shows trace amounts are a problem or that alloxan builds up in the body. The amounts, if present at all, must be small because xantophylls themselves only occur to the extent of 1 microgram per gram of flour.”

Alloxan has not been studied in terms of human exposure, particularly long-term. There is just so much we don’t know, and you know what assumptions will get you.

Alloxan in Rats vs Alloxan in Humans

Scientists have long known that alloxan produces selective destruction of the beta cells of the pancreas, causing hyperglycemia and ketoacidosis in laboratory animals. Alloxan is structurally similar to glucose, which might explain why the pancreatic beta cells selectively take it up.

According to Dr. Hari Sharma’s Freedom from Disease, alloxan causes free radical damage to DNA in the beta cells of the pancreas, causing them to malfunction and die. When they fail to function normally, they no longer produce enough insulin.

Even though the toxic effect of alloxan is common scientific knowledge in the research community, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) still allows companies to use chemical processes in which the end result is toxic food. Until they unequivocally prove something is toxic by way of human deaths, severe side effects, or when the public screams loudly enough, the FDA is not likely to protect you.

Until then, it is you who must protect yourself.

If you have diabetes, or cancer, have a compromised immune system, or if you are in some other high-risk category as tens of millions of North Americans are, you need to know what foods contain hazardous ingredients so you can avoid them. But in the case of alloxan, there is no way to know, either by reading the ingredient list or by any other means, that it might be in your food!

History of Bleaching Flour — Pillsbury and the FDA

An interesting sideline to this whole flour story lies in the origins of the FDA.

Bleaching and oxidizing agents weren’t developed to produce quick aging of wheat flour (within 48 hours) until the early 1900s. Prior to that, it required several months for oxygen to condition flour naturally.

When bleaching was introduced, it was vehemently opposed.

The first major consumer advocate was Harvey W. Wiley, MD, who eventually became known as the “Father of the Pure Food and Drugs Act” of 1906.  Mr. Wiley was head of the Bureau of Chemistry, which was the precursor to the FDA. Wiley crusaded against benzoic acid, sulfites, saccharin, and bleached flour, among other food additives and adulterants.

Dr. Wiley felt so strongly about preventing the bleaching of flour that he took it all the way to the Supreme Court. They ruled that flour could not be bleached or “adulterated” in any way. However, it was never enforced.

Wiley believed that foods posed a greater risk to the public than adulterated or misbranded drugs. He constantly butted heads with Secretary of Agriculture James Wilson and President Roosevelt over food regulation.

Soon, Wiley’s personal administrative authority was undercut when Wilson created the Board of Food and Drug Inspection in 1907 and the Referee Board of Consulting Scientific Experts in 1908, one of which was reportedly headed by someone who had been working at Pillsbury, although I have not been able to verify this addendum.

Finally, in 1912, Dr. Wiley quit as director out of frustration, although he continued as a vocal consumer advocate for many years.

The government replaced Dr. Wiley with Dr. Elmer Nelson. Dr. Nelson was the polar opposite to Wiley , and was quoted as saying:

”It is wholly unscientific to state that a well-fed body is more able to resist disease than a poorly fed body. My overall opinion is that there hasn’t been enough experimentation to prove that dietary deficiencies make one susceptible to disease.”

Therein lies the foundation of the FDA. Since Dr. Wiley resigned, the FDA has continued to shift its focus on drugs, since Wiley was never able to convince the government of the dangers from chemicals in our foods. He was truly a pioneer and a century ahead of his time!

Food For Thought

The important point to take away is, beware of any processed food because chemicals are always used. And we simply don’t know what the long-term effects will be of ingesting chemicals, on top of chemicals, on top of more chemicals.

Strive to stick to whole unprocessed foods that are as close to their natural state as possible. If you’re going to eat grains, make sure they are at the least unbleached, whole, and organic, and eat them in the proportion that is best for your nutritional type.

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This article was brought to you by Dr. Mercola, a New York Times bestselling author. For more helpful articles, please visit today and receive your FREE Take Control of Your Health E-book!


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AFN, parent to One News Now,  at least allows a limited reproduction of their material without a required fee, but for those of us who wish to do so, there are many steps that must be followed.  I perused these rules; while the first set were easy to follow, it becomes very complicated.  They allow an excerpt with attribution; but this is affected by not only the frequency of  “recurrent” posts, but by how frequently the site (webpage) is updated.

One unintentional misstep could become a violation.  (Advil anyone?)

I used to post many WND articles; finding that even a tiny excerpt would amount to a minimum $10.00 fee, (more if the excerpt exceeded fifty words)  I trashed those posts, since I have no financial means, simply trying to give them additional exposure, and support our shared values.

The fact remains, our temporal existence in this world is still governed by filthy lucre, not the love we are supposed to be motivated by.  I post this set of rules in part, with their address, for those who wish to share their needed information.

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