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Thomas Paine

To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the dead.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

15 May - Netvibes

Environmental Impact Assessment of the Propose...Environmental Impact Assessment of the Proposed Quarrying Project in Brgy.Lalud, by Dr. Emelina Regis of INECAR, AdNU. page11 (Photo credit: agapbulusan)
Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill - Gulf of MexicoDeepwater Horizon Oil Spill - Gulf of Mexico (Photo credit: kk+)
Guy Fawkes NightGuy Fawkes Night (Photo credit: Niccolò Caranti)
Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill - Landsat 5Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill - Landsat 5 (Photo credit: U.S. Geological Survey)
UNIQUE PICTURE: Earth as seen from the outer S...UNIQUE PICTURE: Earth as seen from the outer Solar System (Photo credit: Icarus Kuwait)
Civil Liberties [SEMINAR]Civil Liberties [SEMINAR] (Photo credit: ALDEADLE)
New Orleans. "BP Oil Flood" Protest,...New Orleans. "BP Oil Flood" Protest, Jackson Square. Protest against the great oil spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Top: Signature of "Guido" on his con...Top: Signature of "Guido" on his confession under torture, very faint and shaky. Bottom: Signature of "Guido Fawkes" on a further confession 8 days after being tortured. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Lorenzo Received by the Liberal Arts Processio...Lorenzo Received by the Liberal Arts Procession - Botticelli (Photo credit: Scott MacLeod Liddle)
Paul Martin, 21st Prime Minister of CanadaPaul Martin, 21st Prime Minister of Canada (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Guy Fawkes, from 'Peeps into the Past'Guy Fawkes, from 'Peeps into the Past' (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Canadian journalist Andrew CoyneCanadian journalist Andrew Coyne (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The amazing zoomable photo and video below, shot by Russian weather satellite Electro-L, are derived from the the highest resolution images ever taken of Earth.

Subject of Communications:  Fantino directly contacts Finley (PM Harper’s #2 and now a Senator) about using federal party resources to pay for robocalling in 2008 general election and 2010 Vaughan by-election.
Cathy from Canada

Too many secrets 

May 13  When I read this story about how Paul Martin's Liberals supposedly had "more" secret meetings than the Harper Cons I thought, "this is probably bullsh*t" but I didn't know how to prove it.
Thanks, Kady

“Information terrorist” – what a funny concept. That you could terrorize someone with information. The online surveillance bill that Anonymous didn't like now seems to have disappeared.

We are all Guy Fawkes now 

Oh, those darn "civil libertarians" are at it again! 
But civil libertarians are concerned that the legislation will give police the power to break up peaceful protests, which are frequently filled with people in costumes, masks or even face paint that could be construed as concealing identity under the new law.
 here's Bill 38:
The bill runs to more than 420 pages. It amends some 60 different acts, repeals half a dozen, and adds three more, including a completely rewritten Canadian Environmental Assessment Act. It ranges far beyond the traditional budget concerns of taxing and spending, making changes in policy across a number of fields from immigration (among other changes, it erases at a stroke the entire backlog of applications under the skilled worker program), to telecommunications (opening the door, slightly, to foreign ownership), to land codes on native reservations.

America's Gulf Disaster Revisited

April 20 marked the two year anniversary of BP's Gulf of Mexico disaster. Until Fukushima Daiichi's catastrophic nuclear meltdown, it was the largest ever environmental calamity.

It's devastated the lives of millions of area residents. It contaminated America's Gulf. Nothing in it's safe to eat. The incident's been plagued by coverup, denial, and Obama administration complicity to assure nothing slows hazardous deep water drilling.

Guilds (Health & Retirement)

Health coverage and retirement are two major issues Americans are faced with today. We have failing government programs and an increasingly unhealthy population that is also an aging population. There are many options to fix this problem, one is to try Finland's approach to a decentralized governmental system, another is to allow guilds to be formed to pick up the slack. Most likely a good hybrid of the two would be the best benefit.
(  Use the `medicine` that has obscured natural cures, ignored nutrition and is silent as vaccination use runs hogwild, water supplies vanish,chemical use proliferates   and people are encouraged to cover themselves with toxins to `kill germs.`)

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