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Tell us about it... / Re: What to do after the hunt is over
« Last post by Fsbirdhouse on April 22, 2014, 08:41:03 PM »
Have gone decoy insane and bought 19 more today.
That's it, I am buying no more unless I should sell some so I can upgrade my set.
Have already flocked the heads green on all the drakes, but am still weeks away on base paint/adhesive for the hens.....frustrating!
Anomalous Herald News / Re: Fracking to save the Earth
« Last post by Wook on April 22, 2014, 07:01:36 PM »
The other issue has to do with, “why is this all of a sudden a big issue now?”  After all, this situation with the land and Bundy’s cattle has been going on for decades.  Why is the Government taking action now?

The Government violated the court-order, ignored Rule of Law and took the law into its own hands when the Feds tried to sell Bundy’s  impounded cattle.  My colleague dug up the actual Nevada District Court order and provided a superb synopsis of the legal issues, along with an explanation as to why the BLM should be criminally prosecuted for attempted grand larceny:

The federal district court opinion in the case of U.S. v. Bundy. This is the legal authority on which the rightfulness of the BLM’s actions hinge. Nowhere in the court’s order does the judge so much as mention taxes or fees. Thus, the issue of Bundy’s alleged grazing fee delinquency has never been adjudicated, and the allegations to the contrary are just so much armchair lawyering by mainstream media cue card readers, which I’ve suspected all along. What this means is that to the extent the BLM has been rationalizing its behavior on the basis of grazing fees, it has unequivocally deprived Bundy of due process. Here’s the order, which runs just 3 pages, giving the BLM the right to impound Bundy’s cattle without conveying the rights needed to sell the cattle, i.e. title:   U.S.  v.  Cliven Bundy.

But the feds went a lot farther than that by attempting to sell the cattle in Utah. That’s an act of dominion that requires a title to the cattle, which the ruling unequivocally does NOT grant the feds. This means that feds are guilty of attempted grand larceny (farm animals are a particular no-no) when it entered into a sales contract.

Furthermore, my colleague also pointed out that the court ruling is silent on the matter of the grazing fees:   “Bundy may owe them, but the Feds have not obtained any judicial ruling that would entitle them to a lien on the cattle.  By attempting to do exactly that, sell the cattle, the Feds deprived Bundy of due process.   The media’s silence on this point is as stunning as it is telling.”
the gain of his financial supporters.

In fact, the area where Bundy was grazing his cattle was part of what is known as the Dry Lake North SEZ.  There is a BLM study linked on the BLM website which identified the Gold Butte area as the “Bundy  Cattle Tresspass Overview.”  As the Bundy battle moved into the national media spotlight, the BLM removed a document which identifies Bundy’s cattle as an impediment to making Gold Butte a location for solar energy development projects.   This article shows the BLM map with the Bundy Cattle Trespass Overview and a document that was removed from the BLM website which describes the cattle dilemma.

The blogosphere correctly fingered Harry Reid and his son for representing a Chinese company that wanted to develop a $5 billion solar project near Laughlin, NV.  Harry Reid applied heavy pressure to NV Energy, Nevada’s primary utility compnay, to agree to buy power from the Chinese solar project.  The Chinese scrapped the deal when NV Energy declined and Reid couldn’t find another utility company willing to buy the solar energy.

Now, with BrightSource Energy donating cash to Harry Reid’s political slush fund, and with Harry Reid in control of the BLM via Neil Korntze, it should be pretty clear why Harry Reid has pro-actively taken a public stand and unleashed verbal violence on the BLM/Bundy battle.    I have a good hunch he’s close to getting a big solar deal clinched from which he’ll stand to make a lot of money eventually and he needs the Gold Butte piece to cement the deal.

Recall that Obama has recently reiterated his mandate for the development of alternative energy and I would bet good money that there’s plenty of Federal money available to subsidize this, despite the legacy of Obama’s colossal waste of taxpayer money in this arena. Everyone knows there are loads of easy money to be made getting Federal contracts and Federal grants.  Obama has made a several billion in funds available to alternative energy deals.

This explains why the BLM/Bundy battle came to head now and why Harry Reid has taken an active role in trying to get Bundy’s cattle out of the Gold Butte BLM land.  In other words, the real story is about high-level political corruption and powerful politicians using the avenues made available to them by their position for enormous personal gain.

That truth is, given Harry Reid’s history of abusing the power of his Senate seat – see this article, for instance – Reid is the one who is the terrorist.
Anomalous Herald News / Re: Fracking to save the Earth
« Last post by Wook on April 22, 2014, 04:20:26 PM »

The EPA is in the process, right this very minute, of seizing control over all private land in the United States. They are following the United Nations blueprint, their minion Gina McCarthy is implementing it, and B. Hussein Obama is facilitating it.

Anywhere in America where it rains or where water collects or through which water moves will now, according to this new rule change they are implementing, be under their control. Not because Congress or the people give them that authority or jurisdiction, but simply because they are seizing the power. It is just another component of the illegitimate tyranny which is oppressing the American people.

On Tuesday the agency which operates as the misnamed Environmental Protection Agency unveiled their proposed change to the Clean Water Act, which would extend their regulatory control to temporary wetlands and waterways.

This definition consists of any water, including seasonal ponds, streams, runoff and collection areas and irrigation water. It could include runoff from watering your lawn, or puddles on your own property. They will control the presence of and can prohibit through regulation, your right to the water and your actions regarding water upon your own land. The opportunities for their abuse would be limitless.

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Tell us about it... / Re: Climategate: the final nail in the coffin of 'Anthropogenic
« Last post by Wook on April 22, 2014, 11:56:54 AM »
The international edition of today’s New York Times is entertaining if you examine pages eight and nine together.

On the right (page nine), there’s an ad for the newspaper, in which it claims to be “the world’s finest journalism” and urges people to purchase a digital subscription that will “ensure” access to “trusted global news coverage and insight.” On the left (page eight) the Times runs a single editorial. Editorials are the official voice of any newspaper.

The sub-headline that accompanies today’s editorial refers to the latest findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC):

In an ominous report, the world’s top scientists say a global energy revolution must begin within 15 years [bold added]

Three paragraphs down, we read that:

The I.P.C.C. is composed of thousands of the world’s leading climate scientists… [bold added]

Yes, a newspaper that thinks it’s producing the world’s finest journalism still hasn’t noticed that
•The IPCC provides no proof whatsoever that it is composed of the world’s top scientists. In fact, it declines to make public the CVs of its personnel.
•Certain IPCC lead authors and chapter leaders have historically been graduate students a decade or more away from earning their PhD (see here and here)
•Other IPCC lead authors are poorly qualified individuals from obscure nations, who were selected to give the report an international flavour.
•60% of the people who helped produce this latest report have never worked with the IPCC before (see the bottom of p. 3 of this PDF). Was there really a 60% turnover rate in the world’s top scientists since the last IPCC report appeared in 2007?
•IPCC personnel have so little power, they aren’t able to alter their chapter title by a single word. In reality, these people are mere cogs in a large, bureaucratic, UN machine.
•Many IPCC personnel are not “scientists” in the way that term is normally understood. They are, instead, economists, geographers, policy wonks, UN employees, and activists.

The New York Times is demonstrably not offering what it claims to be offering: trustworthy news and insight.

Whoever wrote and approved today’s editorial is years out-of-date. There’s no meaty analysis here, just mindless parroting of the IPCC party line.

Times readers deserve better than this
Anomalous Herald News / Re: WWIII ?
« Last post by Wook on April 22, 2014, 11:47:24 AM »
mean while in the "homeland'
Reid: ‘Something Will Happen’ To Stop Nevada Rancher Cliven Bundy
Posted by Site *ADMINS* on April 22, 2014 at 12:30pm in Current News/Events

(CBS Las Vegas/AP) — Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says “something is going to happen” to get Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy to stop letting his cattle graze on federal land.
“It’s obvious that you can’t just walk away from this. And we can speculate all we want to speculate to what’s going to happen next,” Reid told KSNV-TV. “But I don’t think it’s going to be tomorrow that something is going to happen, but something will happen. We are a nation of laws, not of men and women.”Homeland Security Active Shooter Workshop - April 22, 2014 Circus Circus Hotel/Casino
Sheriff Richard Mack: Shame On You, Glenn Beck | Bundy Ranch
Added by Site *ADMINS* on April 22, 2014 at 12:35pm
Bob Dole Talks About Starting World War Three
Tell us about it... / Re: Climategate: the final nail in the coffin of 'Anthropogenic
« Last post by Wook on April 22, 2014, 11:34:12 AM »
LUTSEN, Minn. (AP) — A northeastern Minnesota ski resort plans to stay open until May — its latest closing date ever.

Lutsen Mountains Ski Resort in Cook County still has two to four feet of snow on its runs. And, even with warming temperatures, the resort says it will operate for two more weekends, until May 4
Anomalous Herald News / Re: WWIII ?
« Last post by Wook on April 22, 2014, 11:31:05 AM »
U.S. Warns That Russia Has 'Days, Not Weeks' To Comply With Ukraine Accord
Tell us about it... / Re: I don't believe in ghosts...... but
« Last post by The Watcher on April 21, 2014, 11:44:28 PM »
I do, I have seen one, in fact, all my Family saw him at one time, and on one occasion his girlfriend, who, as we later found out, died with him.
Tell us about it... / Re: Anybody wish to fight?
« Last post by Wook on April 21, 2014, 06:12:45 PM »
Anomalous Herald News / Re: Power 100 % of the Planet with Renewables ?
« Last post by Wook on April 21, 2014, 04:43:48 PM »
Apr 21, 4:02 AM EDT
Study: Fuels from corn waste not better than gas
Associated Press 
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Biofuels made from the leftovers of harvested corn plants are worse than gasoline for global warming in the short term, a study shows, challenging the Obama administration's conclusions that they are a much cleaner oil alternative and will help combat climate change.

A $500,000 study paid for by the federal government and released Sunday in the peer-reviewed journal Nature Climate Change concludes that biofuels made with corn residue release 7 percent more greenhouse gases in the early years compared with conventional gasoline
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