90 Miles From Tyranny : 2015-03-08

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Saturday, March 14, 2015

Girls With Guns

Robot Despot..


My Logic Is Undeniable

Watch This Robot Infiltrate An Office, Go Under Doors, And Gain Full Access To Locked Resources...

The Mesa Arch

Mesa Arch is an easy to visit landmark in the Island in the Sky region of Canyonlands National Park. This pothole arch spans across the mesa’s edge, framing a scenic canyon vista. A half-mile loop trail brings you right up to Mesa Arch, one of the park’s most popular points of interest.

A nature guide is available at the trailhead, and can be used to learn more about park vegetation and geology. The guide is quick to remind you to stay on the trail, a point you will see repeated through Canyonlands and Arches National Parks. This is because stray footsteps can damage the cryptogamic soil just off trail. This black crust on the ground forms the foundation for desert ecosystems. The vital mixture of lichens, moss, fungus and algae prevents soil erosion and helps support larger plants.

Just beyond the parking lot, the trail comes to a Y. Both routes lead to...

Fixing The Minimum Wage..

Stare Rape..

I think men need to stare at the ground, never make eye contact and walk ten feet behind.. I'm sure we will still be violating someones sense of male hatred anyways...

Real Rape Vs. "Rape Culture"

Serfdom Looks Bad On You...

Empowerment Series: Women With Weapons #43


  • Much Prettier Than Chelsea Clinton
  • Not Making Millions From The Clinton Foundation Like Chelsea
  • Not Given Enormous Salary From NBC Like Chelsea

Little Rock - A 16-year old girl has presented a paternity action lawsuit this morning, before an Arkansas state court, alleging that the former president of the United States, William Jefferson Clinton, is her biological father.

Alyssa Gilmore claims that her mother, a former secretary of the oval office named Whitney Gilmore, had an affair with President Clinton between 1998 and 2001. She says she was born out of that relationship, and demands that Mr. Clinton undergoes a paternity test to prove that her story is true.

“I know Bill Clinton is my father” says the young girl. “I have many pictures of my mother and him  and I know they were in love. He even gave me présents for Christmas and my birthdays when I was a kid, before he left my mother. I have spent many years writing him letters and calling him, hoping he would come back in my life. At first, he would write back and we spoke on the phone regularly, but he doesn’t even answer anymore. I just want him to take his responsibilities and recognize that he is my...

FCC Cites Soros-Funded, Neo-Marxist-Founded Group 46 TIMES In New Regs

The FCC received more than 4 million public comments as it was weighing the net neutrality initiative, but Free Press and other
activist groups have received the most attention by pressuring the FCC and the White House on behalf of their cause.

One argument made against the FCC’s regulatory push is that the general public is largely happy with its internet service. Support for net neutrality was seen as the domain of special interest groups like Free Press.

The activist group has big money behinds its effort. It has received $2.2 million in donations from progressive billionaire George Soros’ Open Society Foundations and $3.9 million from the Ford Foundation.

And one of Free Press’ co-founders, Robert McChesney, a communications professor at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, has not been shy about his desire to see the internet regulated heavily.
(RELATED: A Leading Net Neutrality Activist’s Neo-Marxist Views)

But internet regulation appears to be only part of McChesney’s more radical agenda of completely revamping how the media operate in the U.S.

“In the end, there is no real answer but to remove brick by brick the capitalist system itself, rebuilding the entire society on socialist principles,” McChesney wrote in a 2009 essay.

“Only government can implement policies and subsidies to provide an institutional framework for quality journalism,” he said.

“The news is not a commercial product. It is a public good, necessary for a self-governing society. Once we accept this, we can talk about the kind of media policies and subsidies we want,” McChesney once argued.

Sentiments such as these have raised questions about whether the FCC’s new regulations will eventually lead to oversight of internet content.

“The unthinkable has become thinkable, and the free-market Internet – one of freedom’s greatest triumphs – is set to be reduced to a public utility, subject to pervasive economic regulation and, in turn, to content control,” ...

Morning Mistress

DC Matic Email Server For Corrupt Government Bureaucrats!

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Friday, March 13, 2015

Girls With Guns - Flaming Guns!

On The State Of Politicians After Elections..

Do Jellyfish Need To Show Voter Id?

The Walking Dead Is Getting A Spin-Off Show...

For all of its fascinating conversations about the difficulties of surviving in the midst of a zombie apocalypse, intercut with occasional scenes of zombies, AMC’s The Walking Dead comes up dramatically short in the department of zombies you can masturbate to. But fortunately, the network has already promised two seasons of Cobalt, the tentatively titled spinoff that will shift its focus to zombies in Los Angeles, where the pressure to always look your best will result in some truly choice zombie ass.

“We’re going to have sexy zombies!” spinoff star Kim Dickens tells E! Online, agreeing with the suggestion that all that plastic surgery—and the slow decay rate of inorganic implants—will result in zombies you wouldn’t mind having on your arm. In five seasons of lurching through Atlanta, we’ve been forced to look at people who...

On Diplomacy With Islamic Terrorists...

Bad Romance..

I want your love and
I want your revenge
You and me could write a bad romance
I want your love and
All your lover's revenge
You and me could write a bad romance

Caught in a bad romance
Caught in a bad romance

Want your bad romance

I want your horror
I want your design
‘Cause you're a criminal
As long as you're mine
I want your love
(Love-love-love I want your love-uuhh)

I want your psycho
Your vertigo shtick
Want you in my rear window
Baby you're sick
I want your love
I want your love
(Love-love-love I want your love)

You know that I want you
('Cause I'm a free bitch baby!)
And you know that I need you
I want it bad, bad romance

I want your love and
I want your revenge
You and me could write a bad romance
I want your love and
All your lover's revenge
You and me could write a bad romance

Who In The Heck Is This Guy Tom Cotton Anyways?

The freshman senator who just got elected and got 43 other senators to sign a letter to the Iranian leadership.

Tom Cotton is the youngest member of the senate, where does this young whippersnapper come from anyways? 

Thomas Bryant "Tom" Cotton[1] (born May 13, 1977) is an American politician who is the junior United States Senatorfrom Arkansas. He was a member of the United States House of Representatives, representing Arkansas's 4th congressional district from 2013 until 2015. He is a member of the Republican Party. He is a U.S. Army veteran and a lawyer. Cotton was the Republican nominee for the 2014 U.S. Senate race in Arkansas, and won the election, defeating incumbent Democrat Mark Pryor. At age 37, he is the youngest current U.S. Senator.

Early life and education

Cotton was born in Dardanelle, Arkansas, on May 13, 1977, son of Thomas Leonard Cotton and his wife Avis (née Bryant) Cotton.[2] His father is a Vietnam War veteran who served with the 4th Infantry Division.[3]

After graduating from Dardanelle High School in June 1995,[3] he attended Harvard College, where he wrote for theHarvard Crimson[4], and was a member of the Harvard Republican Club. After graduating from Harvard magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government,[5] he went on to Harvard Law School, where he was taught byElizabeth Warren.[6] He received his J.D. degree in June 2002.[3][7]

Military service

On January 11, 2005, Cotton joined the United States Army and entered Officer Candidate School in March 2005. He was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army on June 30, 2005. Cotton later attended both the U.S. Army Airborne School and Ranger School.[3]

As an infantry officer and platoon leader with the 101st Airborne Division, he was deployed to Baghdad as part ofOperation Iraqi Freedom on May 19, 2006. In Iraq, Cotton was responsible for a 41 man air assault infantry platoon in the 506th Infantry Regiment,[8] and planned and led daily combat patrols. He completed his first combat tour in Iraq on November 20, 2006, and was awarded the Army Commendation Medal, the Combat Infantryman Badge, the Iraq Campaign Medal, and various campaign/service medals.[3]

In June 2006, Cotton gained public attention after he wrote an open letter to The New York Times criticizing the paper's publication of an article detailing a Bush administration secret program monitoring terrorists' finances in which he called for three journalists, including the Times' editor, Bill Keller, to be imprisoned for espionage.[9] The article was widely circulated online and reprinted in full in several newspapers.[10]

Following his deployment in Iraq, Cotton was assigned as a platoon leader at The Old Guard at Arlington National Cemetery,[11] where he was responsible for conducting military honor funerals for veterans. In 2008, he volunteered to return to combat duty, was promoted to captain on August 1, 2008, and deployed toAfghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom on October 15, 2008.

In Afghanistan, Cotton was assigned to Laghman Province, just north of Tora Bora in eastern Afghanistan. He was assigned duty as the operations officer of aProvincial Reconstruction Team, where he planned and resourced daily counter-insurgency and reconstruction operations for an 83-member joint and interagency team.[3] He returned from Afghanistan on July 20, 2009. For his second tour in Afghanistan he was awarded the Bronze Star Medal and various campaign/service medals. He was honorably discharged from the U.S. Army on September 26, 2009 at Fort Myer, Virginia.[3]

Law career

He served as a clerk at the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit for...

Suspicious Fires Twice Destroyed Key Sharpton Records

As Al Sharpton ran for mayor of New York City in 1997 and for president in 2003, fires at his offices reportedly destroyed critical financial records, and he subsequently failed to comply with tax and campaign filing requirements. 

The first fire began in the early hours of April 10, 1997, in a hair-and-nail salon one floor below Sharpton’s campaign headquarters at 70 West 125th Street. From the start, investigators deemed the fire “suspicious” because of “a heavy volume of fire on arrival” and because many of the doors remained unlocked after hours, according to the New York Fire Department’s fire-and-incident report.

As the fire crept upward into Sharpton’s headquarters, it destroyed nearly everything, including computers, files, and campaign records, the Reverend’s spokesperson at the time told Newsday, adding that “we have lost our entire Manhattan operation.” But a source knowledgeable about the investigation tells National Review Online that Sharpton’s office was mostly empty, and that the damage was not extensive.

Top city officials, including then-mayor Rudy Giuliani, said initial suspicions centered on the hair-and-nail salon, not on Sharpton’s campaign, Newsday reported. The fire department sent the case as an arson/explosion investigation to the New York Police Department. By the time of publication of this report, the NYPD had not provided the records requested by National Review Online on December 16, 2014, but it confirmed that the investigation had been closed without an arrest.

FDNY’s report references a “flammable liquid,” and firefighters’ photos of the scene show traces of an incendiary puddle. Another photo captures what appears to be a singed rag that someone is holding next to a fuse box, perhaps because that is where it was found. But a 2003 Newsday article says “the 1997 fire started when a curling iron overheated in an adjoining beauty parlor.” NRO could find no other sources referencing a curling iron as the cause, and the fire department’s reports make no mention of it, either.

As the mayoral campaign continued, Sharpton missed tax and campaign disclosure deadlines. The 1997 fire occurred five days before Tax Day and, the New York Post reported, “just after Sharpton announced that he would open his financial records.” After the fire, Sharpton said he would...

Hillary Email Gaps Hide 'Pay For Play,' Benghazi Truth

Scandal: Selective editing of her emails by Hillary Clinton staffers have left "months and months" of gaps of missing emails, including those from her trip to Libya from which an iconic picture has gone viral.

We have all seen the photo of Hillary Clinton flying on a C-17 to Libya in October 2011 using a hand-held device to presumably check or send emails, perhaps about her trip, the situation in Libya, or maybe, just maybe, communicating with a foreign Clinton Foundation donor.

We don't know because, as House Benghazi Chairman Trey Gowdy noted on CBS' "Face The Nation" last Sunday, there are no emails that have been turned over to his committee from that day or from that trip.

There are in fact months and months of gaps in the emails turned over, gaps that may hide unpleasant truths about both Benghazi and foreign donations to the Clinton Foundation.

"Yes, sir, there are gaps of months and months and months," Gowdy told host Bob Schieffer. "If you think of that iconic picture of her on a C-17 flying to Libya, sunglasses on, she has her hand held device in her hand, we have no emails from that day. In fact we have no emails from that trip. It strains credulity to believe that if...

How Arab Spring Opened the Door to Terrorism’s Ugly March

Superstar Sharyl Attkisson breaks down the numbers.

It’s not your imagination. Global terrorism, dominated by Muslim extremist groups, is by far the worst it’s been in modern times.

In the past six years, the United States has added 21 names to its list of foreign terrorist organizations: all but one of them radical Muslim groups. That’s more than the previous 10 years combined.

At the same time, the number of terrorist acts has shattered previous records. Experts predict data for 2014, which is still being compiled, will likely reflect more than 15,000 terrorist attacks: a vast increase over 2013—which was already the deadliest year for global terrorism since data was first collected in 1970.

The Institute for Economics and Peace reported 10,000 terrorist incidents killed 18,000 people in 2013. Nine countries were added to the list of nations where more than 50 lives were lost to terrorist attacks in a single year.

Arab Spring Devolves Into Terrorist Winter

Eleven terrorist groups have been added to the U.S. list of foreign terrorist organizations since the Arab Spring.

“Arab Spring” is the popular name given to the democratic wave of civil unrest in the Arab world that began in December 2010 and lasted through mid-2012.

It turns out the revolutionary movement created an ideal environment for terrorism to grow and thrive.

“Terrorists realized they could exploit the confusion and vacuum in power created by the uprisings,” says a U.S. intelligence officer stationed in Libya during the Arab Spring movement. He says terrorists used social media to stoke civil unrest and...

Morning Mistress

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Thursday, March 12, 2015

Girls With Guns

It's Like Deja Vu All Over Again!

MARK CUBAN: Forgiving $1 trillion in student debt is 'the worst thing we could do'

While the closing of Sweet Briar College last week caught many people in higher education by surprise, some saw it as a sign of an inevitable college implosion.

For years, entrepreneur and billionaire investor Mark Cuban has warned of a "student-loan bubble" created by skyrocketing tuition and fueled by an endless supply of student loans.

A radical solution to the student-loan problem would be to forgive all student debt, as a viral essay by Robert Applebaum proposed six years ago.

However, Cuban thinks massive student-loan forgiveness would just make the bubble keep expanding.

"Forgiving the debt is the worst thing you can do, because all it does is bail out the universities," Cuban said.

Loan forgiveness would just show students that "Uncle Sam" will forgive their debts, according to Cuban. That would encourage students to keep taking out big loans to pay hefty tuition.

If students' debt is forgiven, he said, "you still have easy money for...

Tacitus On The Corrupt State..

The Precipice Of Adventure..

I would love to do this right now!

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The EPA Thinks You’re Stupid

The folks at the Environmental Protection Agency, starting with a
long line of its administrators that now includes Gina McCarthy, think you and the Congress of the United States are stupid. They have been telling lies for so long they can’t imagine that their choke hold on the American economy will ever end.

This was on display in early March when Gina McCarthy testified to the Senate Environmental and Public Works Committee, asking for a nearly $500 million increase in its 2016 budget. The total discretionary budget request would have topped out at $8.6 billion and would reward states nearly $4 billion to go along with the EPA’s Clean Power Plan.It is, however, coming to an end and the reason is a Republican-controlled Congress responding to the countless businesses and individuals being ravaged by a ruthless bureaucracy driven by an environmental agenda determined to deprive America of the energy sources vital to our lives and the nation’s existence.

The problem is that the Clean Power Plan is really about no power or far more costly power in those states where the EPA has been shutting down coal-fired plants that not long ago provided fifty percent of all the electricity in the nation.

In February 2014, the Institute for Energy Research reported:

“More than 72 gigawatts (GW) of electrical generating capacity have already, or are now set to retire because of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) regulations. The regulations causing these closures include the...

Start Clinging – Gun-Grabbing Obama Calls Second Amendment A Right And Tradition That Is Costing Too Many Lives

One thing that suffering through six years of the Hussein Obama nightmare has taught us is that when he starts harping on a topic, particularly a right he wants to take away or a restriction he wants to impose, the amount of time between oration and aggression is generally quite short. Our dictator has a lot of fundamental transformation to implement and only two short years left to get it done. He can’t afford to waste time.

On Friday, March 6th, Hussein Obama made a speech at Benedict College in South Carolina in which he adopted his familiar “but” approach to the issue of the Second Amendment. The “but approach” has nothing to do with Reggie Love. It’s where Obama proclaims the benefits or importance of something and then immediately follows it up with, “but,” and his “justification or reasons upon which he will attempt to fundamentally change it.

Obama said, “We have a long tradition of gun rights and gun ownership in this country. The Second Amendment has been interpreted by the Supreme Court to mean the people have the right to bear arms. There are a lot of law-abiding, responsible gun owners who use it for protection or sport. They handle their weapons properly. There are traditions of families passing down [hunting] from father to son, or daughter … and that is important; that’s part of who we are. But...

Drinking These Beers Will Harm Your Children...

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Advocating for Climate Change hysteria will lead to reduced economic opportunities, and could lead to starvation, chaos, economic ruin and mass death.

From Mother Jones:

A group of 24 brewers from across the country have come together to cut greenhouse gas emissions from their operations and call for strong national action to address climate change.

The breweries, which include Smuttynose Brewing Company, Guinness and Allagash Brewing Company, have signed onto the Climate Declaration organized through the sustainable business group Ceres. The declaration pledges that each company will take its own action to reduce emissions from its business, and will also support political action at the national level.

Jenn Vervier, director of strategy and sustainability at New Belgium Brewery, which is based in Fort Collins, Colorado, said action on climate change makes a lot of sense for the brewery because it uses a lot of energy in heating, cooling and transportation, and uses a lot of water. Rising emissions, too, are expected to have negative effects for the beer industry because it relies on the cultivation of barley and hops, which are sensitive to changes in the climate.

New Belgium Brewery has already installed 300 kilowatts of solar at its brewery in Colorado, and it capture methane generated in its operations, which it then burns to generate 15 percent of its electricity.

Vervier said the advocacy for national climate action also makes sense for brewers. "Even if we were to be ourselves climate neutral, it's such a small drop in the bucket," she said. "It's going to take a cleaner grid to lower the emissions from manufacturing."

Julia Person, sustainability manager at the Craft Brew Alliance, which owns the brands Redhook, Widmer Brothers and Kona, said the commitment to addressing their impact also has clear economic benefits. The company lowered its greenhouse gas emissions 8 percent in 2014, she said, which saved it more than $250,000 in energy costs. It has also reduced the amount of water needed to produce a gallon of beer to 3.5 gallons—much lower than the craft brewery average of 6 to 8 gallons, Person said.

"It's good for business, it's not just good for the environment," said Person. "We're lowering our operating costs. It's doing the right thing and having a benefit." ...

Morning Mistress

Game Of Thrones Season 5...

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Wednesday, March 11, 2015

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"Mittens" The Cat...

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Walking In The Forest Among The Trees....

Dolphins Just Want To Surf Duude..

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War Pigs Of The Power..

Gowdy On Following The Constitution...

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