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Politics / Assange And Manning . . .
« Last post by Wake-up! on May 22, 2019, 07:33:45 am »
. . .  according to Paul Craig Roberts. A great rant, and some bitter truth.

"Everyone who is aware of the US government’s extraordinary criminal actions at home and abroad bears a heavy weight.  The millions of peoples murdered, maimed, orphaned, widowed, and displaced by gratuitous American military aggression comprise a Holocaust of deaths based entirely on lies and false accusations in order to advance secret American and Israeli agendas. I suspect that the heavy burden of responsibility for mass murder and destruction committed in our name is the reason most Americans prefer the fake news fed to them about how good and wonderful and exceptional we are and how hard our government works to protect us from the nasty folks elsewhere." 

Read the rest here;  https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2019/05/20/the-assange-manning-cases-have-discredited-america/
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James Patrick "Pat" Elliott Jr., age 81, of Howard Kansas, passed away May 20, 2019 at the Greenwood County Hospital in Eureka, Kansas.  He was born Mary 9, 1938 in rural Elk County, Kansas to James Patrick and Ruth (McNair) Elliott.

Pat lived in Elk County all his life except for a short period when he was very young and his parents moved to California for awhile.  He went to school in a country schoolhouse northeast of Howard and graduated from Howard High School in 1956.  Most of his family knew him as "Sonny" while growing up.

On December 30, 1961, Pat married Marcia "Janie" Scott in Moline, Kansas.  They were married 57 years, having three sons together.  Pat worked for Boeing on and off throughout the years and juggled that with farming, raising hogs, and raising cattle.

When Pat wasn't working he loved to travel.  He went on many hunting tripos to Idaho, Wyoming, and Colorado and even went on a wild hog hunt trip to Texas where he killed a Havalina one time.  He had an annual trout fishing trip he took with his brother until his health wouldn't let him go any longer.  He loved the outdoors and taught his kids and grandkids the same, teaching them how to hunt and fish.

Pat is survived by his wife, Marcia "Janie" of the home; sons, Steven Elliott of Clinton, Iowa, Chris (Cindy) Elliott of Howard, Kansas, and Jon Elliott of Howard, Kansas; his grandchildren; Larissa (Jonathan) Olson of Wichita, Kansas, Casey Elliott of Streaton, Illinois, Cody (Katrina) Elliott of Quapaw, Oklahoma, and Cody Elliott of Howard, Kansas; great-grandchildren, Sedona and Temperance; his brother Mike (Mary Katherine) Elliott of Topeka, Kansas; and his sister, Denise (Ed) Theiss of Caney, Kansas. 

Visitation will be held on Friday, May 24, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Countryside Funeral Home in  Howard, Kansas.  Funeral service will follow at 2:00 p.m. on Friday at Countryside Funeral Home in Howard.  Burial will take place at Cresco Cemetery north of Howard.  In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions in Pat's name be made to the Elk County Rural Fire Department or the Elk County Ambulance Service.  Online condolences may be left for the family at www.countrysidefh.com.  Services have been entrusted to Countryside Funeral Home, 206 E. Washington, Howard, Kansas 67349.

(taken from the Countryside Funeral Home website)
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Politics / "Nuanced and Multifaceted" . . . . . or Uninformed?
« Last post by Wake-up! on May 21, 2019, 08:00:40 am »
"Americans' views on socialism are complex. While some recent data can easily lend to overstated conclusions, there are marked changes in Americans' views of socialism when taking a longer, more historical look at the data. However, exactly what Americans mean by the term is nuanced and multifaceted. While half of Americans consider socialism as bad for the country, nearly two-thirds say that the U.S. economy is more influenced by the government than the free market, or that it reflects an equal mix of the two."

See the Gallup Poll regarding Socialism;  https://news.gallup.com/poll/257639/four-americans-embrace-form-socialism.aspx
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Obituaries / MILLS, Wanda Lee (Tucker) - b. May 8, 1931 - d. May 15, 2019
« Last post by patyrn on May 17, 2019, 08:26:36 am »
Wanda Lee Mills, age 88, of Moline, Kansas, passed away May 15, 2019 at the Eureka Nursing Ceneter in Eureka, Kansas.  She was born May 8, 1931 in Elk County, Kansas to George and Isabelle (Clarki) Tucker.

Wanda Lee was raised in Elk County and graduated from Moline High School.  Shortly after graduation, she married Beryle Mills and moved to Kansas City, Kansas where they began their family.  They were married until Beryle passed way in 1967 leaving her with four children to raise on her own.  She worked as a bookkeeper for the regional office of a grocery business until she retired.

Wanda enjoyed fishing and once bought a five-acre piece of land with a pond just to have a place for her and the kids to fish and camp.  She like to travel, taking her mother to Hawaii and the Bahamas, and accompanying Bob as a guest of his on company trips to Puerto Rico and Costa Rica.  She was a member of the Moline Christian church where she sang in the choir and was proud to have been a member since 1998.  She absolutely loved her church family.

Wanda is survived by her children, Bob Mills of Ottawa, Kansas, Cindy Klaudt of Kansas City, Kansas, and Tim Mills of Moline, Kansas; her grandson, Justin Klaudt and wife, Becky along with three other grandchildren; her great-grandson, Parker; her sister-in-law, Shirley Tucker; and numerous nieces and nephews.  She was preceded in death by her husband, Beryle; her parents; her oldest son, Rick Mills; and her only brother, Kenneth Tucker. 

Visitation will be held on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 A.M. AT THE Moline Christian church in Moline, Kansas.  Funeral service will be held on May 22, 2019 at 1:00 p.m., also at the church.  Burial will follow at the Moline City Cemetery.  Memorials in Wanda's name can be made tot he Moline Christian Church and can be mailed to or left with the funeral home.  Online condolences may be left at www.countrysidefh.com.  Services have been entrusted to Countryside Funeral Home, 206 E. Washington, Howard, Kansas 67349.

(taken from the Countryside Funeral Home website)
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Obituaries / DUNSWORTH, Paul Woodrow - b. January 22, 1955 - d. May 13, 2019
« Last post by patyrn on May 16, 2019, 10:54:37 pm »
Paul Woodrow Dunsworth, age 64, of Fall River, Kansas, passed away May 13, 2019 at Fredonia Regional Hospital in Fredonia, Kansas.  He was born on January 22, 1955, the son of Carl Woodrow and Doris (Vaughn) Dunsworth.

Paul was a graduate of Fredonia High School and had worked as a carpenter.

Paul is survived by two sons, Paul Dunsworth of Litchfield Park, Arizona and Carl Dunswoth of Chanute, Kansas; his mother, Doris Krisel of Fall River, Kansas; and his siblings, James Dunsworth, Bill Dunsworth, Sandra Briscoe, and Lillian Peters.  He was preceded in death by his father and his brother, Rickie Lee Dunsworth.

Cremation has been requested with private family services to be held at a later date.  Memorials may be made to the charity of your choice and mailed to or left with the funeral home.  Services have been entrusted to Countryside Funeral Home, 420 S. 20th Street, Fredonia, Kansas 66736.

(taken from the Countryside Funeral Home website)
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Politics / The Procrustean Constitution . . .
« Last post by redcliffsw on May 16, 2019, 06:07:35 am »
A culture is an incredibly complex organism; it can never be reduced to a political or economic or some other kind of formula.  But that is precisely what we are getting more and more of here in the South and the rest of the States:  a cultural life truncated to fit within the clauses of a constitution, and we can scarcely bear going an hour without hearing the precious wisdom of Rush Limbaugh or Judge Jeanine.  But they ain’t gonna save us.   

Read on:
https://www.abbevilleinstitute.org/blog/the-procrustean-constitution/?mc_cid=d2d58b9505&mc_eid=29256acbee
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Politics / Re: In Case You Missed It . . .
« Last post by Wake-up! on May 15, 2019, 09:22:12 am »
Agree . . . . and agree.

If our American liberty is to be defended, or should I say restored, then I think we must defend liberty for all Americans, including those Laurence Vance et. al. believe are a cesspool of wickedness. If one of us is chained, none of us are free. If Laurence et. al. do not support the right of the LBGTQ crowd to choose and voluntarily interact, then they do not support liberty, and are not Libertarian.

And that leaves the door open to having others come after the Rights that Laurence et. al. do cherish. And you and I both know that is already happening, has been for a helluva long time.
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Politics / Re: In Case You Missed It . . .
« Last post by redcliffsw on May 15, 2019, 08:09:54 am »

These days the military is very liberal - the leadership consists of New World Order types and liberal ideology. 

Yes, the military is about like our society - and they're much better prepared to defend socialism and equality than our American liberty.

Thanks.
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Politics / Re: In Case You Missed It . . .
« Last post by Wake-up! on May 14, 2019, 10:23:05 am »
Pretty judgmental by Laurence Vance on this topic. Taken from a serious Libertarian website, but not really a Libertarian statement at all. Dear Laurence, your cesspool of wickedness, as you label it, is no fault of the military (not excusing the faults it does have). The military is simply a reflection of our society, in this case.

Libertarians should judge their own lives, and not judge how others conduct themselves. Libertarianism is not about casting stones nor inventing a 21st century version of the Salem witch trials. Laurence Vance may be advocating conservative Christian beliefs. I have no problem if he is. But he should not be making any inference that his thoughts on the LGBTQ crowd are embraced by Libertarians. They should not be.
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