Monday, January 26, 2015

Cold Snowy Day for a Global Warming Debate

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It is a good day for global warming sceptics though the headlines read, “A Bad Day for Climate Change Deniers … And the Planet.” Climate change is defined by officials to mean global warming; and they insist it is warming even though we are cooling.

Time Magazine gets the climate change perversion prize, “Three new studies offer new proof of how bad the earth’s fever has gotten. It’s not often that the climate change deniers get clobbered three times in just two days. But that’s what happened with the release of a trio of new studies that ought to serve as solid body blows to the fading but persistent fiction that human-mediated warming is somehow a hoax. Good news for the forces of reason, however, is bad news for the planet—especially the oceans.”

What is perverse here is no mention of the real news for oceans, specifically the Northern Pacific Ocean, which is being polluted with radiation pouring out of Fukushima, is the greatest disaster to ever befall mankind. “Consensus holds that Fukushima constitutes the greatest radiological release into the ocean ever to occur.”

The Daily Mail responds with this headline, “NASA climate scientists: We said 2014 was the warmest year on record… but we’re only 38% sure we were right.  The NASA climate scientists who claimed 2014 set a new record for global warmth last night admitted they were only 38% sure this was true. In a press release on Friday, NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) claimed its analysis of world temperatures showed ‘2014 was the warmest year on record’. The claim made headlines around the world, but yesterday it emerged that GISS’s analysis – based on readings from more than 3,000 measuring stations worldwide – is subject to a margin of error. Nasa admits this means it is far from certain that 2014 set a record at all.”

Robert Felix from Ice Age Now said, “Pay no attention to the real-world climate or those guys behind the curtain, we are told. Just worry about climate monsters conjured up by their computer models …. And you should turn a blind eye to the billions of dollars in government, industry and foundation money paid annually to researchers and modelers who subscribe to manmade climate disruption claims.”

As of the middle of January ice covered 88% of Lake Erie and 34.1% of the Great Lakes overall.

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Multiple People Shot On & Around TSU Campus In Nashville

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At least one person is dead, according to WKRN-TV.

The first reported shooting occurred at 2027 Ed Temple Blvd near the TSU campus.

Police are also responding to another shooting call 28th Ave North and Jefferson Street.

Police are searching for the suspects at this time.

Metro and TSU police have responded to the scene. It is not clear if both shootings are related.

The campus is on lockdown.

Tennessee State University is a land-grant university located in Nashville, Tennessee, United States.

TSU is the only state-funded historically black university in Tennessee. The University is a member-school of Thurgood Marshall College Fund.

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Obama Advisor Ben Rhodes Hiding Bowe Bergdahl Desertion Charges – Bergdahl Attorney Notified Of Army Charges

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What if Your Mosin Nagant was More Accurate?

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Tweaking your Mosin Nagant rifle for tighter groups is not necessarily the easiest weekend project.

However, if you are the motivated type, you can finally take that step past the casual shooter and into the realm of the customized shooting enthusiast. Since I am almost obsessive about getting good groups at the range, my friends wondered why in the world I would buy a beat up old Mosin. I told them I wanted the challenge of taking an Eastern Block bolt gun and outshooting them and their fancy ARs at the range. It might surprise you that with a little ingenuity, it is possible to turn that old Soviet rifle into a finely tuned precision target-blasting machine—sort of.

A trigger job can accomplish a great deal. The included trigger on most Mosin Nagants is long, heavy, gritty, and creepy. None of these attributes makes for a very accurate rifle. I imagine the thinking of the designers was to get as many guns in the hands of peasants as they could for the least amount of rubles as possible.

To help make your peasant gun fit for a Tsar, a trigger job is a good place to start.

“Move over Faulkner, Williams, Welty and Grisham…”

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The smell crouched in silence. As Cooper peered through the screened door of Grasslawn, the great house on Beach Boulevard, the smell attacked with a paradox all its own; par­adoxical because it reeked of both honeysuckle and rusty iron. Cooper’s common sense told him the two were incompatible, but here they were one and the same. Was the honeysuckle’s candied sweetness exemplary of the innate happiness of life, while the metallic rancidity of the iron was indicative of the predestined sadness that can befall it? An education began for the gangly young man on that sultry, July morning in 1938. One that would teach him life is a combination of both honeysuckle and rusty iron, each being inseparable, but inti­mately in tune with the other’s idiosyncrasies.

Cooper was not alone in his aversion to the paradox. Papa Barnes, Cooper’s grandfather and the local sheriff, had the same misgivings. Together they gazed into the dim darkness of Grasslawn’s entrance hall, discerning vague shadows of what lay beyond.

“Come on Coop,” Papa Barnes said as he opened the screened door. “We aren’t gonna learn anything lollygagging on the front porch.” The screened door opened with a shriek, but the house was saturated in silence.

Stepping into the entrance hall, the two men stopped dead in their tracks. At the end of the hallway was a body lying face-up at the foot of an elegant curved staircase. The body’s eyes screamed at Cooper and his grandfather. As they stared at the body, pencil-thin rays of sunlight crept through the folds of the thick drapery hanging at the windows. The rays scampered across the floor, illuminating what had fathered the paradoxical smell. The body lay fermenting in an im­mense pool of coagulated blood, which to Cooper reeked of honeysuckle and rusty iron. The fermenting blood had once given life to Sebastian DePellepoix, of the New Orleans’ DePellepoixes.

“Papa? Is Mr. Sebastian…”

“Dead? Afraid so. Appears he’s been dead for some time.”

“Poor Mr. Sebastian. He was a nice man and…Papa! Look at those letters! He must have scribbled them in his own blood before he died!”

“Yank those curtains back so we can see better.”

When Cooper opened the tasseled drapery, the sunlight splashed into the hallway and revealed yet another horror. A second body, its back covered in blood, lay face down on the floor of Sebastian’s richly-appointed study. His study was a gentleman’s paradise resplendent with leather-bound first editions and paintings of the French countryside.

“Boy, stay where you are,” Papa Barnes said. “Let me take a look-see.” Entering the study through a soaring arched entrance, Papa Barnes knelt beside the body, gently turning its head.
“Sweet Lord in Heaven!” Cooper replied. “It’s Johnnie Necaise!”

Upon discovering the murders, neither Cooper nor Papa Barnes was surprised someone had murdered Johnnie Ne­caise, but Sebastian’s death seemed a senseless waste. Papa Barnes attempted to roll Johnnie’s body over on its back, but he stopped suddenly. He moaned in disgust. He quickly let go of the body and put his hand to his mouth and gagged. The body was grotesquely disfigured. Papa Barnes’s reaction to the disfigurement, coupled with the body’s own reeking pond of garnet-colored blood, sent Cooper reeling backward. He ran to the screened door and out onto the front porch. Gag­ging over the balustrade, he spit up the breakfast his grand­mother had cooked and wiped its dripping residue from his mouth.

Little did Cooper realize the smell that nauseated him that morning would follow him for the rest of his life. He would experience both happiness and sadness again and again: in the laughter of his family; in the unspoiled kisses of his wife; in a German prisoner-of-war camp; in the plead­ing eyes of his loved ones; in the fury of swirling waters. But all of that was yet to come. These murders were part of the present, not the future, and solving them would take Cooper on an odyssey. An odyssey that would wrap itself around the little town of Port Haven, Mississippi, and two of its most powerful families.

That odyssey would change Cooper’s life forever.

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FDA could set millions of genetically modified mosquitoes loose in Florida Keys

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Millions of genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in the Florida Keys if British researchers win approval to use the bugs against two extremely painful viral diseases.

Never before have insects with modified DNA come so close to being set loose in a residential U.S. neighborhood.

"This is essentially using a mosquito as a drug to cure disease," said Michael Doyle, executive director of the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District, which is waiting to hear if the Food and Drug Administration will allow the experiment.

Dengue and chikungunya are growing threats in the U.S., but some people are more frightened at the thought of being bitten by a genetically modified organism. More than 130,000 signed a petition against the experiment.

Even potential boosters say those responsible must do more to show that benefits outweigh the risks.

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The Endgame - Full White Genocide documentary Preview

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“Generals Hardee and Johnston Meet at Fayetteville, 1865”


North Carolina’s War Between the States Sesquicentennial Events

Saturday, 21 February, Noon to 9PM at Historic Heritage Square, 225 Dick Street, Fayetteville -- $5 General Admission.

On 10 March 1865 General William Hardee and newly-appointed Army of Tennessee commander General Joseph E. Johnston met in Fayetteville to develop a strategy to stop enemy troops invading from South Carolina.  Hardee and his force had recently marched from Cheraw and would soon make a stand at Averysboro.

On Saturday, 21 February, Fayetteville’s Historic Heritage Square will host a unique living history of both generals in addition to infantry and artillery encampments, field hospital and presentations on life on the home front for North Carolina women and children.
 Visitors will experience presentations and vivid living histories of life on North Carolina’s Home Front with Kelly Hinson; author  Author Wade Sokolosky will speak of his book “No Such Army Since the Days of Julius Caesar” which traces events in early 1865 from Fayetteville to the battle of Averysboro.  Candlelight Tours of Heritage Square are offered 6:30PM  to 9PM.

The program is a presentation of the North Carolina War Between the States Sesquicentennial Commission; all proceeds benefit the Heritage Square Building Preservation Fund.  For more information, email   

Saigon Mission Association 'The Last To Leave' 40th Reunion

Charles Alan Dyer: Innocent Oklahoma Marine Still in Prison

It only takes an accusation! Imagine spending years in prison for something you were accused of, but didn’t do. 
Now imagine yourself as a decorated Marine who has served his country during one tour in Japan, one tour in Iraq, been honorably discharged, and has never before been arrested for anything. Welcome to the world of Charles Alan Dyer of Duncan, Oklahoma. 

Dyer’s unjust incarceration began on January 12, 2010 after his wife, Valerie Wylie-Dyer, allegedly falsely accused Dyer of molesting the couple’s then, 8-year-old daughter Hayley Dyer. Eight days later Mr. Dyer was formally charged with one count of Child Sexual Abuse and so began a trail of lies and legal malfeasance that would ultimately lead to Dyer being convicted and sentenced to 30 years in prison.

 The alleged lies began with Valerie Wylie-Dyer approximately seven months before Mr. Dyer’s arrest when he was still in the Marine Corps and living in California and Valerie and Hayley were living in Oklahoma. This separation was reportedly agreed upon by both Dyer and Valerie as a way for the couple to save money for Dyer’s approaching discharge from the Marines. It was during this time of separation that Valerie reportedly began abusing prescription drugs to cope with depression and also began “drinking heavily”. It was also during this time that Dyer states that during a phone conversation with Valerie he found out, “my wife was cheating on me, doing drugs, and having group sex parties.”

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Out of control student slams his teacher on the floor: Teen charged

A ninth-grader at John F. Kennedy High School in Paterson was arrested Friday and charged with assaulting a teacher in a classroom.

The attack, captured on video, shows the teen slamming the 62-year-old educator to the floor in front of other students in an effort to get his cellphone back.

City school officials confirmed that criminal charges have been filed against the student, who has been suspended from school.

Someone in the classroom recorded the assault, which officials say took place at about 1 pm on Tuesday, and the video has been posted on YouTube.

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Food Truck Robberies Rise in Venezuela With Basics Shortages

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People line up to buy toilet paper and baby diapers as national guards control the access at a supermarket in downtown Caracas January 19, 2015. There's a booming new profession in Venezuela: standing in line. The job usually involves starting before dawn, enduring long hours under the Caribbean sun, dodging or bribing police, and then selling a coveted spot at the front of huge shopping lines. As Venezuela's ailing economy spawns unprecedented shortages of basic goods, panic-buying and a rush to snap up subsidized food, demand is high and the pay is reasonable. Picture taken January 19, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Silva  

People line up to buy toilet paper and baby diapers as national guards control the access at a supermarket in downtown Caracas January 19, 2015. There’s a booming new profession in Venezuela: standing in line. The job usually involves starting before dawn, enduring long hours under the Caribbean sun, dodging or bribing police, and then selling a coveted spot at the front of huge shopping lines. As Venezuela’s ailing economy spawns unprecedented shortages of basic goods, panic-buying and a rush to snap up subsidized food, demand is high and the pay is reasonable. Picture taken January 19, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

"The same thing is going to happen here. Turn off the Free Shit Army Spigot and all hell will break loose. I'm not really sure what is holding everyone's civility back.

I was in the supermarket the other day pre-snowpacalypse and all eyes were rolling and looking at each other with nasty looks when the woman holding up the line took out her 'benefits' card wasn't working"

Crime is already a problem on Venezuela's roads and in its shops, and now trucks carrying food across the country are a target as shortages of basics like flour and chicken worsen.

A restriction on dollars for imports has worsened shortages since the start of the new year and food delivery has become increasingly risky, despite additions of GPS devices and in some cases accompaniment by private security guards. 

"I won't transport food anymore because the streets are too dangerous," said Orlando Garcia, a 37-year-old driver from the western state of Tachira who has been ambushed twice.

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Jan 26 1945: Audie Murphy’s single handed battle, kills 50, holds line

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 Winter in northwestern Europe, 1945 - conditions on the Ardennes front.

Audie L. Murphy had come a long way since he had landed in Sicily in 1943 as a Corporal and the runner for B Company, 15th Infantry Regiment. A string of promotions and medals had been accompanied by a number of wounds and incapacitation with Malaria. In October 1944 he had been awarded two Silver Stars and a battlefield commission – but had also been shot in the leg and during subsequent hospital treatment had had muscle removed after gangrene set in. Many men would have taken a long time to recover from such a wound but in January 1945 Murphy rejoined his regiment and soon was back in the thick of the action.

On January 23, the 30th Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division had reached the outskirts of the village of Holtzwihr, the wooded area known as the Bois de Riedwihr. They suddenly encountered 10 tanks and accompanying infantry and sustained heavy casualties before they were forced to withdraw.

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Free Fire Zone: ISIS

Retired Agent Jay Dobyns

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Katie Pavlich published a great piece today. So have Tim Stellar, David Hardy, David Codrea, Mark Walters and Mike Vanderbough in days previous.  I understand another piece will publish tomorrow in a major newspaper.  I do not know if it will be as scathing as those published by these reporters.  Time will tell.

Thank you to each. Not thanks for helping me. That is not their jobs nor would they compromise their investigative integrity or journalistic ethics to do a favor. The "thanks" are for covering the story, doing so unbiased, citing facts and evidence and mostly for having the courage to report on this administration when the national mainstream media wants to turn a blind eye.  If their is an award for reporters who write or speak the truth and ignore the blowback, it should be given to each of you.

This could all have been prevented and now can be fixed. I don't want their money.  I never did.  What I want is a public admission of guilt from Holder and a face-to-face apology from Jones and Brandon (honestly, out of respect for the office, I would never seek one from our President). Obama, Holder and Jones have to lead and face the situation. Until then I will battle them to the bloody end.

You are quickly approaching critical mass gentlemen.  You need to do now what you should have done a long time ago - conduct some serious risk assessment.  Read the public comments attached to these stories.  You are outed and you have failed.  I understand you are choking on your pride.  You forced me to gag on my mine when you falsely accused me of trying to kill my family and then defended the people who put that on me.

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Captured Kiev Troops

Resource Furniture: Italian-Designed Space Saving Furniture

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Usefulness of handheld automatic weapons.


When I lived in the Soviet Union, I heard people say that they didn’t need or want capitalist excesses of choices or resources. The notion that being poor but proud conferred an intellectual superiority is held by a few in America as well. It manifests itself often during discussions of automatic firearms. “Full auto is inaccurate and wasteful of ammunition”, people say. I say: “Stop trying to rationalize the lack of access to modern technology as a benefit of some sort!”

The rifle above is a CMMG M47 Mutant, an AR15 designed to work with an AK47 magazine. In select-fire form, it has a cyclic rate of around 500 shots per minute. This means that a quick trigger press yields single shots. A slightly longer press gives a 2-3 round burst with excellent control.

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Massive terrorist attacks on US would spark martial law

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One of the most important yet overlooked factors that will occur in the aftermath of a massive terrorist attack on the United States is that such an attack would spark martial law on a national basis.

Several national security experts were contacted who have no doubt that martial law will be declared.

This declaration would include not only forced curfews but mandatory confiscation of citizen owned firearms.  (Who's going to do this?  Preposterous.)

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Robbery suspect shot, killed by intended victim


Dallas police say an armed robbery suspect was killed when his intended victim pulled his own gun and shot the suspect early Thursday.

Authorities say Victor D. Logan, 19, was attempting to rob another man at gunpoint about 1 a.m. in the 7200 block of Chesterfield Drive, near Southwest Center Mall.

That man, identified as 38-year-old Larico Jackson, pulled a handgun and shot Logan in self-defense, police said.

Logan, who was shot multiple times, made it into his vehicle and sped away but didn’t make it far before crashing into a bus stop.

NC: 1,000 paratroopers from Panther Brigade headed to Iraq this week

The 82nd Airborne, and more specifically its 3rd Brigade Combat Team, are no strangers to Iraq.
Since 2003, parts of the brigade have deployed in support of U.S. efforts there on at least three occasions.

Now, more than three years after the U.S. military presence in Iraq was thought over, about a quarter of the Panther Brigade will return with a new mission to help train Iraqi forces to fight the Islamic State.

Meet the People Who Want Obama to Repeal the Bill of Rights

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Four-months-pregnant woman smashed to the floor, dragged along road and has leg broken in terrifying attempted robbery

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Greater Manchester Police are hunting this man is searching for this man in connection with the attack on the pregnant woman on January 17

Police are hunting a criminal who broke the leg of a pregnant woman during a 'terrifying' attempted robbery.

The attacker pounced on the 27-year-old victim as she left a newsagent in the Moston area of Manchester at 12.40pm on January 17. 

The man threw the victim to the ground, breaking her leg, while attempting to steal her handbag during the daylight assault. 

Detectives from Greater Manchester Police investigating the case have said it was 'pure luck' that the unborn baby was not harmed. 

Measure to ban kids under 12 from gun shows introduced

Rosenthal:  Wonder how many were left in Germany at the end of WWII...........?

A New York lawmaker wants to prohibit minors under age 12 from being able to visit a gun show anywhere in the state in an effort to reduce gun violence.

The bill, introduced by state Assemblywoman Linda B. Rosenthal, a Democrat who represents the Hell’s Kitchen area of Manhattan, would bar entry to pre-teen youth to these shows with no provision allowed for those with a supervising adult.

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Judge alleges ‘fraud on the court’ by government attorneys in Dobyns case


Commenting on revelations about Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) and Department of Justice (DOJ) actions in the case of retired agent Jay Dobyns against his former employer, attorney David Hardy equated them with “a BATF and DOJ Watergate... or worse,” Friday.

Noting that actions taken over a civil lawsuit evidently have included concealing evidence, secret threats against witnesses, and surveillance of attorneys and witnesses, the new information lends further credence to Dobyns’ allegations and appears to show government lawyers engaged in a criminal conspiracy.

“For people like me, who have sympathized with Dobyns but tried to reserve judgment about his case, the documents push us further into the retired agent’s camp,” Tim Steller of the Arizona Daily Star admitted. “You can’t read the few filings that have been unsealed in the case without wondering why the Justice Department is going to such extremes and spending so much on what is, at base, a relatively minor contractual dispute that could have ended years ago.”

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Frenzied crowd hacks cattle after truck overturns

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Johannesburg - A crowd of people tried to hack meat off cattle after a trailer they were being transported in overturned on the N1 in Gauteng, the NSPCA said on Wednesday.

"With knives and buckets, the mob was chasing cattle that had managed to release themselves from the vehicle, some of which had injuries including broken legs. Their intention was to hack meat from the living animals,"

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