NSA Spys Grounded …

October 26, 2013

Just too funny, like all things government …

The website for the United States National Security Agency suddenly went offline Friday.

NSA.gov has been unavailable globally as of late Friday afternoon, and Twitter accounts belonging to people loosely affiliated with the Anonymous hacktivism movement have suggested they are responsible.

 


Culture Of Corruption

October 20, 2013

From The department of just make it up …

Proposed giant EPA land-grab is rigged, conflicted and corrupted … EPA Stacks Review Board With Federal Grant Recipients..

What happens when Washington’s top environmental policymaker packs a government advisory board with federal grant recipients so she can regulate virtually every acre in the United States of America?

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Carjacking

September 25, 2013

80-year-old man beaten in attempted carjacking… Link has pictures

Cops: Teen pauses attack on 70-year-old man to celebrate…

So you want to stop this? Why not use a sign, or you might want to use …

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Creepy Clown

September 17, 2013

Creepy Northampton clown terrifying residents by standing around on street corners staring at passers-by

The clown, who bears a striking resemblance to Pennywise from the 1990 film It, adapted from the Stephen King novel of the same name, first appeared on Friday 13th and was spotted again over the weekend.

According to the Northampton Herald and Post the clown has appeared in several locations in the Abington and Kingsley areas of the town. On each sighting, he or she has worn the same white face makeup, red wig, all-in-one suit and oversized bowtie.

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WOW that’s sure creepy … People no longer know the difference between fact and fiction … Which is why we can allow children and other young people to practice on violent video games.

 


Print On, Print Off

September 11, 2013

The International Monetary Fund expects the U.S. Federal Reserve will trim the amount of bonds it buys every month beginning next year, the organization’s chief said on Friday.

“In terms of our hypothesis for next year’s (economic) forecast, I think we have assumed a very slight decline” in monthly purchases made by the Fed, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde told a news conference.

 


Global Warming Hoaxing Around

September 2, 2013

I’m confused again: If the NY Times and NPR are truly concerned that CO2 might kill us all, why do they do hysteria-free pieces on the joys of unnecessary fossil-fueled travel?

What I Learned Driving Through the Heartland – NYTimes.com

By that Friday in August, I was nearly a month and more than 4,000 miles into my summer road trip.

June 2013: Summer Travel Tips Of The Frugal Kind : NPR

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:
We all need to break out of our daily lives from time to time, whether it’s a weekend road trip or full-blown vacation with passports, itineraries and rolling luggage. Today, we’re kicking off a new travel segment on WEEKEND EDITION. It’s called Winging It.

MARTIN: We’ll bring you useful travel tips and tales of adventure and discovery. Sometimes the stories will come from our own NPR correspondents around the globe. Other times the stories will come from you. We’re starting off this week with some ideas about how to make your money go further, so you can go farther.


Terror Attack With No Terror?

August 23, 2013

Work place violence goes the route … Unanamous verdict since he admitted attacking our unarmed troops.

Besides the 13 dead, 31 people were hurt in the attack. Hasan shot at a 32nd and missed.

Witnesses said Hasan stood on a chair, yelled, “Allahu Akbar!” and began firing on soldiers in a waiting area, 18 feet by 9 feet. Many were shot in the back, some as they were lying on the floor or crawling away.

Maj. Nidal Hasan, the Army psychiatrist who admitted to the 2009 shooting rampage at the military base here, was convicted Friday of 13 counts of premeditated murder — and could become the first American soldier to be put to death in half a century.

Hasan was also convicted, by a military jury, of 32 counts of attempted premeditated murder in the attack, the deadliest mass murder on a base in American military history.

Under military law, a conviction on at least two counts of premeditated murder makes Hasan eligible for the death penalty. The penalty phase of the court-martial is to begin Monday.

Hasan, 42, who acted as his own lawyer during the trial, said he had changed sides in what he called an American war against Islam. He presented no witnesses and did not make a closing argument to the jury.

Prosecutors said Hasan committed the attack because he did not want to be deployed to Afghanistan and that he believed he had a jihad duty to kill as many soldiers as possible.

Tom Rheinlander, a spokesman for Fort Hood, announces Army Maj. Nidal Hasan was found guilty on all charges for a 2009 shooting rampage in Afghanistan.

The military lined up 90 witnesses against him. One prosecutor, Army Col. Steve Henricks, told the jury that Hasan turned the Army base into his “personal kill zone” on Nov. 5, 2009.

A police officer ended the rampage by shooting Hasan, leaving him paralyzed from the waist down. He gave an opening statement in the trial and watched the rest of it from his wheelchair.


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