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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

6 June - My Feedly

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I zigged when I should have zagged.  :)  When you have different blogs on the same service sometimes mistakes happen.
  The MSM Echo Chamber 4 June
My Feedly  4 June
and a Netvibes orphan from Dec 21 !
The 3 previous entries - 'lost' posts - are from WordPress posts stashed in Windows Live Writer prior to December 2007  to Oldephartteintraining

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Dozens of cancer victims settle tainted groundwater suit in Florida.
More than three dozen former factory workers have settled their multimillion-dollar five-year legal battle against Siemens Corp. and General Dynamics Corp. over trichloroethene and other toxic chemicals they allege the companies carelessly dumped into drinking water, causing them to develop cancer.
Alabama Defeats Communism with Anti-Sustainability Law
With chronic budget shortfalls, dangerously overcrowded prisons and the nation’s biggest municipal bankruptcy filing, us folks here in Alabama have a lot on our minds. But at least we can cross one worry off the list: Our property cannot be confiscated by the United Nations or any of its myriad stealth agents in the name of [...]
Ex-Iranian Envoy Mousavian Suggests Zero Stockpile of 20% Uranium
Hossein MousavianPhoto: Jackie Barrientes/ACA This week, former Iranian nuclear envoy Hossein Mousavian presented a fresh take on the 20 percent uranium enrichment issue. With the next round of nuclear talks in danger of bogging down over Iran’s right to continue enriching uranium, Mousavian’s suggestion warrants a closer look as a potential interim compromise for the P5+1 (China, France, Russia,



Amazon Loggers Caught in the Act
For Those Struggling to Survive, Chopping a Few Trees Out of a Forest That Seems to Stretch Forever Can be Irresistible
Canadian Environmentalists Protest Their Government’s Attacks Against Activists and NGOs
Wide Range of Groups Participating in BlackOutSpeakOut Campaign
‘Don’t Weaken the Dolphin Safe Label,’ 43 Lawmakers Tell Obama
Misguided WTO Ruling Puts Dolphins at Risk, Misleads Consumers


Wisconsin Recall Election Results 2012: Live Updates
HuffPost  Posted: 06/05/2012  8:09 pm The Wisconsin recall election results have all eyes on the Badger State. Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett (D) challenged Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) in Tuesday’s gubernatorial contest. HuffPost’s Mark Blumenthal reports: The final round of polls on Tuesday’s Wisconsin recall election are something of a puzzle, although the uncertainty is more about the margin  
We’ve Heard it All Before – Obama for America Television Ad
Published on Jun  4, 2012 by     BarackObamadotcom Learn more: http:www.romneyeconomics.com Mitt Romney ran for governor of Massachusetts promising more jobs, decreased debt, and smaller government. By the time Romney left office, state debt had increased, the size of government had grown, and Massachusetts had fallen behind almost every other state in job creation. Romney economics didn’t work
( Sounds typical for the GOP - including GWB  You have to appreciate a system where the candidates compete on the basis of who can be worst - and like as not elect that person )
Romney Economics: Republicans on Romney’s Massachusetts Record
Published on Jun 1, 2012 by BarackObamadotcom Learn more: https://my.barackobama.com/romneyeconomicsgopvid Mitt Romney ran for governor of Massachusetts promising more jobs, decreased debt, and smaller government. By the time Romney left office, state debt had increased, the size of government had grown, and Massachusetts had fallen behind almost every other state in job creation. Other Republic
MA Gov. Deval Patrick on Romney’s Time as Governor of Massachusetts
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David Axelrod on Romney’s Record as Massachusetts Governor
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Broken Promises: Romney’s Massachusetts Record
Published on May 31, 2012 by BarackObamadotcom Learn more: http://www.RomneyEconomics.com Mitt Romney ran for Governor of Massachusetts promising more jobs, decreased debt, and smaller government. Here’s what Massachusetts got instead: Jobs: 47th out of 50 states in job creation Taxes and fees: Increased more than $750 million per year Long-term debt: Increased more than $2.6 billion Fact is, Ro


Food World Order 022 – Potland, Oregon
On Thursday nights, Media Monarchy joins Corbett Report Radio live on Republic Broadcasting to go over all the latest stories from the world of food, environment and health. This week James Evan Pilato guest hosts the show one last time and goes out in a blaze of medical marijuana glory in Oregon + headlines, the ‘Binge and Purge’ and much, much more…
Corbett Report Radio 148 – Remembering Bob Chapman
Robert “Bob” Chapman passed away earlier this week from pancreatic cancer. Tonight on the broadcast we remember the life, legacy and remarkable career of  Bob Chapman, a dear friend of The Corbett Report who touched the lives of people around the world. Works Cited: Obituary for Bob Chapman Interview 168 – Bob Chapman Interview 354 – Bob Chapman
Corbett Report Radio 147 – The 5th Anniversary of The Corbett Report
The Corbett Report turns five this week and to mark the occasion James waxes philosophical on the true measure of success for the website. He also gives out a free copy of the latest DVD and goes over some of the news stories making headlines this week. Works Cited: Stephen Harper’s obsession with the monarchy continues Never forget that Bradley Manning, not gay marriage, is the issue
Corbett Report Radio 146 with Richard Grove
Richard Grove and Tony Myers of TragedyandHope.com and Brett Venoitte of the School Sucks podcast for part three of their conversation on the subject of practical philosophy in the 21st century.
Corbett Report Radio 145 with James Evan Pilato
James Evan Pilato of FoodWorldOrder.com fills in for James once again while he’s away on vacation.
Corbett Report Radio 144 with Holland Van den Nieuwenhof
Holland Van den Nieuwenhof of ANobleLie.com guest hosts once again for James while he’s away on vacation. He discusses the latest on the OKC investigation and takes your calls.


Oath Keeper Sentenced to 30 Years for Daughter’s Rape
Charles Dyer, a former Marine with ties to the antigovernment Oath Keepers, was sentenced to 30 years in prison Tuesday for raping his daughter when she was 6, the Stephens County District Attorney’s office in Oklahoma said. The sentencing was the final chapter in a case that sparked national attention after Dyer failed to appear for [...]
County GOP Committee Wants to Oust Former Skinhead
The GOP committee for Luzerne County, Penn., is trying to determine whether it can eject from its ranks a white supremacist who was elected to the committee with only one vote during the state’s April 24 primary election, the Scranton Times Tribune reports. Steve Smith, a longtime racist activist with a history of violence and top-level [...]
WND Lawsuit Against Esquire Over ‘Birther’ Parody Dismissed
A federal judge in Washington, D.C., this week dismissed a lawsuit that WorldNetDaily (WND) Editor-in-Chief Joseph Farah filed against Esquire over a satirical article the magazine posted online claiming that Farah had recalled 20,000 copies of Jerome Corsi’s “birther” book. The article, tagged as “humor,” said that WND was pulping Corsi’s Where’s The Birth Certificate? The [...]
Racist Who Allegedly Threatened Obama Faces Gun Charges
A detention hearing will be held Monday for a self-described racist from Virginia who allegedly made threats against President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder before illegally taking possession of a machine gun. Douglas Howard Story, 48, of Manassas, Va., was arrested Wednesday by the FBI in a shopping mall parking lot, after taking delivery of [...]


Ah, consistency.
Jeremy Hunt: acts as effective minister for the Murdoch BSkyB bid, having originally shown "acute bias" in favour of it, and then swaps emails/texts with both James Murdoch and News Corp lobbyist Fred Michel once in his "quasi-judicial" role. Was also apparently unaware that his special adviser Adam Smith exchanged over 500 texts/emails with Michel, including information about the process before
The hunt will go on.
When the news came through last night that Andy Coulson had been charged with perjury, you can't help but suspect that Jeremy Hunt sighed with relief. The already slight chance that he would today be sacked or referred to the cabinet secretary/Sir Alex Allen following his evidence to the Leveson inquiry was almost entirely extinguished. After all, for two of David Cameron's acquaintances to be c
Taxi for Mr Davies.
It was ever so slightly rich for Rhodri Davies, QC for News International at the Leveson inquiry, to rise today and complain about Vince Cable claiming that the Liberal Democrats had faced "veiled threats" over his role in charge of the BSkyB bid. News Corporation has after all admitted that the News of the World placed both Charlotte Harris and Mark Lewis under surveillance in the hope of findin


New hope for elephants under threat in Central Africa
Ndjamena, Chad - Central African countries today signed a groundbreaking regional plan to strengthen law enforcement and better combat poaching of elephants and other species at risk from illegal wildlife trade. The plan was adopted by the ten member states of Central African Forest Commission, known as COMIFAC, as escalating rates of wildlife crime plague the region. Wildlife ministers from the
Big investments needed in Asia-Pacific’s dwindling natural capital
Manila, Philippines – Booming economic development and per-capita consumption across the Asia-Pacific region is burning up more natural resources than are available, placing enormous pressure on the region’s already heavily taxed forests, rivers and oceans, says a new WWF report on the value of Asia’s natural capital. Produced in partnership with the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the Ecological
WWF concerned Rio talks may collapse
Gland, Switzerland: Two weeks out from the 20-year reprise of the Rio Earth Summit, and two years after negotiations started, global conservation organization WWF issued a World Environment Day warning that failures of commitment, failures of process and failures of leadership could lead to the collapse of talks on achieving a long-term sustainable world. “Currently we are a long way from where w
Javan rhinos in critical state as International Year of the Rhino begins
5 June, 2012 — Increasing alarm for the fate of the two rarest rhinoceros species, and growing concern over the increased illegal hunting of rhinos and demand for rhino horn affecting all five species, has prompted President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono of Indonesia to declare 5 June 2012 as the start of the International Year of the Rhino. President Yudhoyono took this step at the request of conserva
“A call from WWF to measure what we treasure”
Heading into the UN Conference on Sustainable Development in Brazil, WWF has urged political leaders to use this powerful opportunity to change the way that progress is measured, so that the value of natural capital – or natural wealth – is included in national accounts and corporate balance sheets. This call comes amid growing international consensus that GDP is too one-sided and does not take


20 yrs later, the Biotech Brigade marches on….
Twenty years ago this week Dan Quayle went against scientific consensus to publicly proclaim that genetically engineered foods were “substantially equivalent” to non-GE food, and that he would therefore work to ensure that GE food would not be “hampered by unnecessary regulation.” In the pivotal 1992 FDA ruling that Quayle then proudly claimed as part of his “regulatory relief” agenda, the flood g
Syngenta settles, but atrazine Kool-Aid still strong
On May 25, Syngenta settled the lawsuit brought against them by water systems across the country, agreeing to pay more than $100 million to clean up contamination with their endocrine-disrupting pesticide atrazine. Former Chief Justice Michael Wolff of the Missouri Supreme Court called the settlement a remarkable achievement that will have far-reaching impact on the safety and quality of public dr
Epigenetics: Gambling with our future
The "obesity epidemic" is constantly in the news. This year's CDC figures show that 1 in 88 children in the U.S. is on the autism spectrum. Childhood cancers and neurodevelopmental delays are on the rise. Scientific studies show that many of these health conditions can be linked to exposures to environmental contaminants such as pesticides, and new research is finding that exposures
Soil health matters — a lot!
In the 1930s, Congress made a commitment to protect the soil and water resources on U.S. farms from massive, rapid losses (think dust bowl). While progress has been made in the intervening decades, soil erosion remains a huge problem. As the Senate is poised to vote on the 2012 Food and Farm bill, we're working with our partners in the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition (NSAC) to fight


Somebody Else’s Atrocities
In his penetrating study "Ideal Illusions: How the U.S. Government Co-Opted Human Rights," international affairs scholar James Peck observes, "In the history of human rights, the worst atrocities are always committed by somebody else, never us"—whoever "us" is. Almost any moment in history yields innumerable illustrations. Let's keep to the past few weeks. On May 10, the Summer Olympics were ina
The Impossibilities of Motherhood
Nearly 30 years ago, I was trying to write a book about women novelists and the men in their books. Partly inspired by Adrienne Rich, the poet and essayist who died on March 27, and her Of Woman Born: Motherhood As Institution and Experience, I began with a memory: A young mother is suckling her son. As he wriggles from her into sudden, heavy sleep, milk spurts from her breast and on to the pages
What’s the Matter with Bill Maher?
When Newt Gingrich sneered at New York City "elites" who "ride the subway," Bill Maher took the GOP presidential candidate to task. On the February 10 edition of his HBO show, Real Time, Maher said, "When it comes to dividing America, it's Republicans who in recent years have carved out [our] nation into two distinct territories: There's the heartland, and then there's the rest of the country." M
The Legend of the Spat-Upon Veteran
Out of all the status-quo-sustaining fables we create out of military history, none are as enduring as Vietnam War myths. Desperate to cobble a pro-war cautionary tale out of a blood-soaked tragedy, we keep reimagining the loss in Southeast Asia not as a policy failure but as the product of an America that dishonored returning troops. Incessantly echoed by Hollywood and Washington since the conc

I Don't Like the Result, So Let's Make the Whole System Worse!
--by Sebastian Over at the legal blog, Balkinization, Magliocca seems concerned about the possibility of the Supreme Court striking down the individual mandate of the Health Care bill, so he proposes a counter measure which on about a moment's thought seems highly dangerous if legitimized: In the absence of a line-item veto, legislatures can coerce the executive to sign a controversial provision
Pollworker report
by Doctor Science Pollworkers: 3. Voters: 32. Number of voters who showed up for 2008 General Election: 503. Prediction: We will be *really* busy in November. Books read: 2.3 1. American Slavery, American Freedom by Edmund S. Morgan. I heard about the book Ta-Nehisi Coates. TNC said:Morgan's basic contention, one which I increasingly find convincing, is that American slavery made America
Pre-Primary Tab Dump
by Doctor Science I'm a pollworker tomorrow, so I have to go to bed at 10 tonight and get up at 4:30am, to be at the polling place by 5:15. Here are my tabs, in lieu of an actual post: Wasting Time Is New Divide in Digital Era | Matt Richel, New York Times: part of the Times' ongoing series, Kids These Days and That Music They Play on My Lawn. Summary: oh noez! Now poor and/or non-white kids ha
Your musical woodworking open Friday thread
by liberal japonicus The video below the fold is for a japanese mobile phone and is quite neat. Obviously, woodworking and music are the two suggestions for the thread, but anything that moves you is fine.


The Coming World of Absolute Transparency
Duqu, the spy software that paved the way for Stuxnet, the centrifuge-destroying software, and now Flame are designed to gather information; Duqu on centrifuge operations and Flame apparently on much more. They seem to have been designed for the same national entities, Israel and the United States, according to an earlier Times article.We are constantly warned to protect our own computers and now
Photos from the Transit of Venus
The Washington Post has a picture gallery. The photos I like are 1, 8, 14, 25, and 26. Most of these photos require the big telescopes, one of which was not even on the earth. I'm glad that this event brought so many people out to learn something about science. There's not enough of that today, and its lack compounds itself when, for example, science textbooks privilege a religious myth above the
Bits and Pieces - June 5, 2012
I love it that birds are the descendents of dinosaurs. Some are more so than others, in various ways. Chickens' stolid stance. Jays' aggressiveness. Roadrunners' fleet run. And, of course, the birds that are not like dinosaurs at all: hummingbirds. From apatosaurus (once known as brontosaurus) to those tiny flying machines. Very cool. This article on birds' and dinosaurs' skulls brings up another
Why I'm Not Watching the Transit of Venus
Today is the transit of Venus across the Sun. A couple of weeks back, we had an annular eclipse of the moon. I'm not sure what people get out of seeing one circle move across another until they are mutually centered, or a very small circle moving across a big circle. I do get total solar eclipses, because you can see the magnetic flares in a way you usually can't. Although I've spent a fair amount

Big Sails, Challenging Dreams
I’ve been thinking about solar sails these past few days, a topic that inevitably invokes Arthur Holly Compton, who first demonstrated that x-rays have particle-like properties. Compton’s experiments in 1923 produced a body of work for which he would receive the Nobel Prize in Physics later that decade. Thanks to him we learned that while photons have no mass, they do have momentum, a useful fact
A Space Telescope on the Cheap
Back in 1997, astronaut John Grunsfeld pulled off one of the great radio gags of all time by calling in to National Public Radio’s ‘Car Talk’ program while orbiting the Earth aboard Atlantis in STS-81. He had called to complain about his vehicle’s performance which, as he told the show’s hosts — known as ‘Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers’ — was driving him crazy. His troublesome ride would bu
HD 189733b: An Evaporating World?
While we wait for the last transit of Venus of the century, it’s worth remembering how tricky transit studies can be when we push them out to exoplanetary distances. You would think that catching a transit of a planet like Venus, closer to us than the Sun, would be simplicity itself, but the orbital planes of Venus and the Earth are not precisely enough aligned to allow for more than a pair of tra
All Quiet Around Gliese 581
When you’re looking for signs of an extraterrestrial civilization, you can take two basic approaches. Think back to Frank Drake’s initial SETI experiment at Green Bank in 1960, when because of limited resources and time he chose specific targets: Epsilon Eridani and Tau Ceti. The choice made sense at the time because both were nearby stars and SETI, fresh off the classic paper “Searching for Inter


The Shameful Alliance Deepens
While the UK media focused on bunting, NATO announced the substantial deepening of its most shameful alliance with the vicious Uzbek dictatorship. As long prefigured in this blog, NATO is forced to retreat from Afghanistan through Uzbekistan, after cutting yet more deals to support the World’s most vicious torture and slave labour regime. The irony of this when the Afghan “Mission” still pretend
Jubilee and all That
Have been lecturing abroad a lot lately and have frequently had to explain that, when I call myself a republican and a liberal, I mean something very close to the opposite of what those terms currently mean in U.S. English. I have never been a monarchist at any point in the 40 plus years I have had political consciousness. The notion of hereditary rule always struck me as absurd. But I have noth



Flag Day Facts & Links
Thursday, June 14 will be Flag Day in the United States. The U.S. Flag is a symbol for all Americans. I’m old enough to recall when Republican George H.W. Bush claimed that his opponent in the 1988 presidential race, Mike Dukakis, did not want to pledge allegiance to the flag. The suggestion that the flag was more the symbol of one specific political party or political viewpoint was repulsive. (A
Shocking And Unjustified Voter Purges Taking Place In Houston And All Across Texas
Out of control voter registrars are disenfranchising Texans all over our great state. From the Houston Chronicle— “Walter Pinkston, a Friendswood retiree and faithful Harris County voter, got a letter in late March asking his family to confirm that he was dead – which he was not – and warning that he was about to be purged from Texas voter rolls. Retired Houston Baptist University Professor Trilla
Summer Vacation 2012 Best Picks—As Always It Is Buffalo, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Detroit & Galveston
(Blogger’s Note—This is a post I run each year. It merits another go-round for 2012 because the places I list here are good places to visit.) Where should you and your family take a summer vacation this year? Where should you go by yourself or with that someone special for an excellent summer trip? The answer is clear enough. Buffalo, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Detroit, and Galveston, Texa
Texas Progressive Alliance Round-Up—The Work Of Freedom Is Up To Each Of Us
Here is the weekly posting of the Texas Progressive Alliance round-up. The TPA is a confederation of the best political bloggers in Texas. TPA members are citizen-bloggers working for a better Texas. (Above—The cast of the new Dallas. I watched the old Dallas. I’ll give the new Dallas a try. I’m not so confident though that it will be anything but awful.)  Every Texan and every American has the a
Rally For Houston Janitors On Tuesday June 5th
Houston janitors, who don’t make a fair salary while working in big downtown office buildings and elsewhere in our city, will be holding a rally this upcoming Tuesday. Below you see details of this event. These are the people who help make Houston work. They merit our concern and our support.

The Police as the Expression of the Bourgeois Subconscious
A few weeks ago, I was talking to a UC Davis student at KDVS 90.3 FM after I had finished my radio show. She told me about how she had lived in the Mission District in San Francisco and observed how the prostitutes down on the street by her apartment were abused by their pimps and the police. I thought about this for a moment, and recalled what I see here in Sacramento. I frequently walk along
Film Notes: 25th Hour
With my wife and son away to visit relatives, I decided to spend the evening watching a movie. After wandering around the local video store (yes, we still have them in Sacramento), I finally selected Spike Lee's 25th Hour from 2002. Based upon the novel of the same name by David Benioff, the film relates the story of a young Irish Catholic man, Monty Brogan, spending his last day in New York City


US Protects CIA Agents
By Sajjad Shaukat Since Pakistan became the only declared nuclear country in the Islamic World, US, India and Israel started acting upon their collective agenda to destabilise it. After the shift of the Great Game from Central Asia to Pakistan, the country has become special target of American CIA, Indian RAW and Israeli Mossad which have been supporting target killings, suicide attacks, hostage-t
Why US Accelerates Drone Attacks?
By Sajjad Shaukat At this sensitive moment, when Pak-US diplomats are negotiating a complex issue of restoring the NATO supply routes across the country to Afghanistan, while some American top officials have claimed that both the countries are near to sign an agreement, US has accelerated drone attacks on Pakistan. In the last 11 days, CIA-operated pilotless aircraft killed more than 30 people in


I Got Your Book: Helping YOU Read a Lot
LaShawn Wanak has a story getting reprinted. Futuredaze is looking for submissions.  Gena talks about being a POC and reading fairy tales.  Samuel R. Delany is reviewed by Locus. A rising playwright needs help to make the world premiere of her work.  This game featuring Native peoples looks AMAZING, and needs funding.  Let’s talk poetry! Here’s an awesome link to Asian American poetry/speculative

DPRK Threatens ROK Media
KCNA, on behalf of North Korea, is threatening to rain nuclear weapons down upon various media outlets in Seoul.  That’s not hyperbole, if I clarify that the nuclear part is merely implied. Good times! Seriously, KCNA has issued a long, threatening statement that gives the lat/long for major South Korean media outlets that are to be struck, possibly with nuclear weapons, if Lee doesn’t apologize
The Well Read Wonk
Aspiring Wonks: The Absolute Weapon (1946) is required reading. It’s a slim book of essays written by an exceptional group of analysts based at the Yale Institute of International Studies. In these pages, you will find the most prescient, earliest forecast of the implications of atomic power for world order (the book’s subtitle), as well as the origins of the strategy of deterrence. The best ess
Heads I Win, Tails You Lose
I was reading this tendentious little op-ed by Keith Payne when I thought — “What a hypocrite!” It took me about ten minutes to find Payne making the same argument that he’s now lambasting. Well, that was easy. Payne criticizes General James Cartwright (UMCS, ret.) and other authors of the Global Zero Nuclear Policy Report for making the argument that the security benefits of nuclear weapons — de
Schmucker & Schiller on the SS-N-6
One of the discussions that Markus Schiller and I have about North Korea’s ballistic missile program centers on the SS-N-6 aka BM-25 aka Musudan ballistic missile.  I was skeptical of the missile at first — although we’ve subsequently seen a larger version on parade, a second stage on the Unha that looks like an SS-N-6, and NASIC has reported that North Korea has deployed the missile.  There are a
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