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Greetings, Birthdays & Anniversaries / Re: Happy Birthday Mom70x7
« Last post by Mom70x7 on February 21, 2019, 05:58:37 pm »
Thank you!

It's been a good day so far. The weather is wonderful - most of the snow has melted.
Greetings, Birthdays & Anniversaries / Happy Birthday Mom70x7
« Last post by larryJ on February 21, 2019, 10:55:35 am »
A big HAPPY BIRTHDAY to you.  Have a great day.

Politics / Climate Change Indoctrination of Kids
« Last post by redcliffsw on February 21, 2019, 09:32:08 am »

Now Markey, Feinstein, Harris, Sanders, Warren and others of like mind want to use taxes to control the thinking and eventual voting behavior of children in the schools even more greatly than is already the case through tax control, textbook control, curriculum control, and teacher training control.

State control of schools is totalitarian. It always has been. That’s its purpose. New measures and extensions of control provide fresh evidence of this totalitarian purpose.
-Michael Rozeff

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Politics / Re: Examining the Freak Show . . .
« Last post by redcliffsw on February 21, 2019, 09:30:29 am »

Can't really disagree with your comments.  Fred Reed is a little off-track but he has some good points.  Military generals are mostly all liberals.

Stay right in there.
Politics / More Big Bad Boys Being Sued . . .
« Last post by Wake-up! on February 20, 2019, 09:30:40 am »
Here we go again. [First it was Bayer/Monsanto over the misuse of poisonous Glysophate. Now it is Big Pharma/Medical for experimenting on humans. Oh, the lawsuit includes the Rockefeller Foundation, belonging to one of the founding families of Faction 2 of the New World Order.]

"A federal judge recently approved a $1 billion lawsuit against Johns Hopkins University, Bristol-Myers Squibb Co (BMY.N) and the Rockefeller Foundation. The lawsuit is seeking restitution for victims who were intentionally infected with syphilis during government experiments in Guatemala during the 1940s.

Hundreds of Guatemalans were reportedly infected with syphilis during the studies, which were designed to test the ability of penicillin to treat sexually transmitted diseases. The lawsuit was pending and waiting in limbo for the past four years until it was finally approved by U.S. District Judge Theodore Chuang last month. In 2015, when the lawsuit was originally filed, there were 750 victims seeking restitution, now there are only 444 plaintiffs and some remaining relatives.

The test subjects in the experiments were mainly children, orphans, patients from mental hospitals and inmates."

The full article is here;

[What is the chance that future investigations will show that tax-payer dollars were funneled to these 'businesses' to further these 'studies'? After all, it referred to as a government experiment. Remember, we elected them to office. And still do.]
Politics / Re: Examining the Freak Show . . .
« Last post by Wake-up! on February 19, 2019, 10:59:28 am »
Fred Reed, the author of this hit piece, seems to have forgotten. The piece has a fun little title, and I was expecting an expose of the demonic state on both sides of the aisle. Fred seems to have forgotten he purports to be a Libertarian. Or, at the very least the most read libertarian website embraces everything Fred writes.

He criticizes Trump and Bolton for being draft dodgers. And blames Bush the Younger for hiding away in the National Guard, as if that were not serving. Like thousands of teens in the sixties and seventies, present company included, Libertarians are generally not supportive of a military draft. That is because Libertarians do not believe in the use of coercion.

Fred, remember what the draft was. It was Uncle Sam holding a gun to the head of a teenager and saying, “Boy, you ARE going to serve. The choice is yours, Boy. You serve in the military, or you serve in federal prison”. Now there is a choice. Isn’t it reasonable that some of those “Boys’ said screw you and refused to be drafted? Found legal ways to avoid serving? Also found illegal ways? Why should that be held against them? If we assign bravery to men facing the killing fields of war, can we not also assign bravery to those who resisted the draft, who were brave enough to deny the government its position of coercion? And accept the consequences? Why are you granting the military state the higher moral ground, Fred? That is not something Libertarians do. Maybe your passionate, emotional displeasure of Trump et. al. has carried you away from rationality.

And if we assign adjectives like coward, pussy, and chicken to draft dodgers, is not also fair to assign the adjective ‘idiot’, or at least 'knucklehead', to those who went to the killing fields and were pawns of the military-industrial State (present company included)? For what objectives and American values did servicemen die in Vietnam, and the Middle East? To protect us here at home? Don’t make me laugh, Fred.

And Fred, what is with your emotional diatribe against Trump? You sound like an Antifa Democrat. You sound like CNN. Granted, he is a narcissist. Can you name a President since JFK that was not? I can name only one, Jimmy Carter. So, Trump is a (real estate) con man because he used legal loopholes in permitting and banking regulations to make money? That’s a con artist? I say not. The con is ALL the federal regulations government uses to stifle business. A man, or an organization, that can work within the crazy regulatory framework and develop a $30 million gift from daddy into a world-wide billion dollar business is certainly not a con. Nor ignorant!

So, what are you saying Fred? You appropriately attack Mattis, Pompeo, Gina, et. al. for their war-mongering, sovereign nation-destroying Neoconism. And in the same breath you criticize draft dodgers? Do you fail to understand you carried a rifle in Vietnam because Johnson and McNamara lied about the so-called Gulf of Tonkin Incident? The incident that never happened. But Trump is crazy, and Johnson was not? And Nixon allowed Governor Rhodes to authorize the Ohio National Guard to shoot and kill anti-war protesters at Kent Sate. Yet, Nixon was not crazy? PULEEESE, as Bill Walton says.

Fred, it would be nice for the world to return to some semblance of rationality. I think you would agree with me there. For that to happen, the inflammatory name-calling needs to stop (as do my infammatory rebuttals. I have better things to do.). Let it start with you, Fred. Let it start with Libertarians. Let’s not get caught up in the deceitful rhetoric of the Neocons. Let’s not get caught up in the politically correct, emotional blood-letting lies of the Socialist Democrats. And, let’s continue to point out the fallacies in the politics and sociology of the extremes. Let's attack the untenable political positions without attacking the personality or reputed character of the politicians. That would be a good start. Can Libertarians do so? Can you, Fred? I hope so!
Politics / Examining the Freak Show . . .
« Last post by redcliffsw on February 19, 2019, 08:23:22 am »

American government has become a collection of sordid and dangerous clowns. It was not always thus.
-Fred Reed

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Obituaries / BRINKMEYER, Donna Marie (Herron) - d. February 12, 2019
« Last post by patyrn on February 18, 2019, 02:52:28 pm »
Donna Marie Brinkmeyer, 61, beautiful wife, mother, nanny, sister, aunt, and friend of Fall River, Kansas, peacefully entered heaven surrounded by her loving family on February 12, 2019 following a courageous battle with cancer.  She was born in Wichita, Kansas, the daughter of Wilbur "Willie" and Ruth "Sally" (Forgie) Herron.,

Donna married the love of her life, Dwight, on December 29, 1980 and raised three boys in Park City, Kansas.  When their youngest was a freshman in high school, they moved to the place Dwight and Donna first met, Fall River Lake, Kansas.  When Dwight and Donna first met through their mutual friend, Denise, it was not an instant connection.  Donna had long hair that hung down over her face and was very shy, and they didn't hit it off.  The second time they met, Donna had cut her hair short, and it was then love at first, well second sight.  When Donna broke up with Dwight, she tried to remain friends, but he told her he couldn't do that as he knew one day they would be married.  Many years later, they reconnected once again through Denise.  Their first date the second time around was December 29, 1979, and a year later on that same date, they were married.  They had just celebrated their 38th wedding anniversary. 

Donna loved the Wizard of Oz, painting and doing crafts in her shed, and gossiping on the porch with her friends.  The thing she loved the most, however, was being a wife, mom, and Nanny to her eleven grandchildren, treasuring each moment.  She would do anything for those babies, and they knew they could talk her into anything.  They also knew she would always be there for them anytime they needed her.  The grandchildren were her everything, and they adored her just as much. 

Donna is survived by her husband, Dwight Brinkmeyer; sons, Brent Brinkmeyer, Shannon (Megan) Brinkmeyer, and David Brinkmeyer; grandchildren, Tyler, Alexee, Xander, Christian, Brenna, Lily, Haydn, Teagn, Logan, Hudson, and Noah; brothers, Eddie Turner, David Herron, Mark Herron, and Lester Herron; and sisters, Ruth Hakim and Dianne Barnes.  She was preceded in death by her parents, Wilbue "Willie" and Sally Herron and sister, Suzanne Kernes.

Visitation will be held on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Baker Funeral Home, 100 S. Cedar, Valley Center, Kansas. Service will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, February, 21, 2019 at Baker Funeral Home with a graveside service following at Kechi Township Cemetery, 6523 N. Hillside, Wichita, Kansas.  Memorials may be designated in her memory to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, Tennessee 38105.  Condolences may be left for the family at

(taken from the Baker Funeral Home website)
Politics / Hating Neocons . . . .
« Last post by redcliffsw on February 18, 2019, 05:48:52 am »
Greetings, Birthdays & Anniversaries / Re: Happy Birthday Diane!
« Last post by Ole Granny on February 15, 2019, 10:37:58 pm »
Happy belated birthday, Diane!  Don't get on very often anymore but when I do I read your post and the obits.  Sad but that is all that interest me now.  Hope you are doing better.  Alice
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