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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.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

18 September - The View on Facebook

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Underground News Network shared a link.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission Engineers Charge Government Coverup: Reactor Meltdown “Absolute Certa
Numerous American nuclear reactors are built within flood zones on the Mississippi and Missouri rivers (indicated in
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 Daily Quote

“The state — or, to make matters more concrete, the government — consists of a gang of men exactly like you and me. They have, taking one with another, no special talent for the business of government; they have only a talent for getting and holding office. Their principal device to that end is to search out groups who pant and pine for something they can’t get, and to promise to give it to them. Nine times out of ten that promise is worth nothing. The tenth time it is made good by looting ‘A’ to satisfy ‘B’. In other words, government is a broker in pillage, and every election is a sort of advanced auction on stolen goods.” H.L. Mencken
The individual is handicapped by coming face-to-face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists. The American mind simply has not come to a realization of the evil which has been introduced into our midst. It rejects even the assumption that human creatures could espouse a philosophy which must ultimately destroy all that is good and decent.

- J. Edgar Hoover
Canada speaking tour on the Quebec student strike
Cross Canada speaking tour: The Québec student strike! | Linchpin - website of Ontario anarchist org
Since the start of the Quebec student general strike, members of the Prairie Struggle Organization along with the
The hearing on Bell's $3.4-billion takeover of Astral Media has ended, but we need to make sure we keep speaking out as the CRTC makes its decision as to whether or not the deal will be approved.

Join our http://StopTheTakeover.ca/ campaign and let your voice be heard in telling our broadcast regulators that Bell's increasing vertical integration is bad for Canadians.
Internal documents and correspondence obtained by http://OpenMedia.ca/ and the http://StopSpying.ca/ Coalition suggests that the government has been well aware of the problem with their proposed online spying legislation, but has still failed to act in the public interest.

It's clear that the concerns of the Canadian public aren't being taken seriously. Help call on your MP to stand for the best interests of Canadians in speaking out against the Online Spying Bill at http://OpenMedia.ca/Stand.
Inside the online spying task force
The government has been monitoring public outcry against the warrantless Online Spying Bill – but is avoiding taking action.
Over 680,000 of us have signed the petition to stop the TPP agreement that could be the worst corporate power grab we've ever seen: http://www.avaaz.org/en/stop_the_corporate_death_star?fb_ud

Before the meeting ended last week, we projected the petition on the wall at the TPP talks, but security shut us down. Fortunately, we managed to deliver our call to the US Trade Delegation and showed them the signatures streaming in on a tablet computer. The pressure is working – there was no agreement and talks will enter a 15th round of negotiations next year! Let’s reach one million to stop the Corporate Death Star -- sign now and share: http://www.avaaz.org/en/stop_the_corporate_death_star?fb_ud
CommonDreams.org shared a link.
Robot Wars: How High Frequency Trading Changed Global Markets
Welcome to the world’s most intense electronic battle. It’s waged on world stock markets and the ammunition is tiny
The Canadian Borg
Underground News Network shared a link.
The Chicago Teachers Strike: Challenging Democracy's Demise
What the world is witnessing in Chicago as thousands of teachers, staff and support personnel strike is the
Truth News Radio Australia shared a link.
LastPass is featured on TIME Techland's annual list of the top 50 websites! We're pretty excited :)
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Of the litany of proposed changes contained in the Saskatchewan government's Consultation Paper on the Renewal of Labour Legislation in Saskatchewan, the most pernicious is the suggestion that employees be allowed to opt out of paying union dues, yet still receive the full benefits of union membership. This idea is dangerously reminiscent of U.S. right-to-work (RTW) laws that already pervade the American south and have recently been proposed in northern states like Wisconsin and Indiana.
Oklahoma adopted right-to-work legislation in 2001. Despite claims by proponents that the adoption of RTW would result in a mass influx of jobs to the state, since its adoption Oklahoma has lost a third of their manufacturing jobs and the average number of new companies coming into the state has been one-third lower in the decade since RTW was adopted than in the preceding decade. Moreover, Oklahoma's unemployment rate in 2010 was double what it was when RTW was first adopted in 2001.
Surveys of manufacturers show that despite the claims of RTW champions, right-to-work laws are not a significant factor in decisions to relocate. Indeed, in 2010 manufacturers ranked it sixteenth among factors affecting location decisions. For higher-tech, higher-wage employers, nine of the ten most-favoured states are non-RTW, led by union-friendly Massachusetts.
 For those firms that are seeking cheaper labour costs, it is much more lucrative to re-locate to places like Mexico or Central America where wages are lower than any RTW state could possibly offer and other regulations are lax or non-existent. 
According to recent research from the University of Michigan that examined the U.S. construction industry, the rate of industry fatalities is 40 per cent higher and the rate of occupational fatalities is 34 per cent greater in right-to-work states than in free-bargaining states. Given that Saskatchewan already has one of the worst workplace injury rates in the country, it seems we can ill-afford to adopt legislation that would contribute to even greater levels of risk for Saskatchewan workers.
Eleven of the 15 states with the highest poverty rates in the U.S. are RTW states, while nine of the 11 states with the lowest are worker-friendly. Furthermore, the percentage of the 2008 population living in poverty in RTW states was 14.4 per cent, while the percentage in worker-friendly states was 12.4 per cent. In regards to health insurance, we find that 18.6 percent of people in RTW states are uninsured, while only 13.9 per cent of people in worker-friendly states are uninsured.  
Proponents of RTW laws, such as the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce also make the argument that such laws are not only about economics, but also about "freedom of choice." They argue that workers should have the "choice" to opt-out of paying union dues while still receiving all the benefits and services that union membership provides. Given that the Chamber is so concerned about freedom of choice, we should ask them to live up to these high-minded principles and allow their own members to "opt out" of paying dues yet continue to receive Chamber-provided services. I would not hold your breath waiting.
Jobless feel pain as state cuts staff at unemployment offices
The Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency answered less than 10 percent of more than a million calls to its
Underground News Network shared a link.
Let me start with this controversial statement: The worst thing parents can do is obtain a diagnosis of autism for their
The impact of Obamacare is not only real but it's getting ready to make an already bad employment situation even worse. That's important to note, given the administration's continued insistence that the law is not going to hurt employment or small businesses.
Happy Birthday OWS (17 photos)
http://wp.me/p2fsvZ-RS Harper’s manifesto: Erasing Canada’s Indigenous communities #harper #cdnpoli
"Early Indian policy was designed to accomplish two main policy objectives: (1) acquire Indigenous lands and resources, and (2) reduce financial responsibility to Indigenous peoples. The primary way in which these two objectives were to be achieved was through the physical, legal, social and spiritual elimination of Indigenous peoples. I say “elimination” because that is the word which best describes government intentions. Most people today use the term “assimilation” but to my mind, this word is much too soft to describe the design and impact of government policies on Indigenous peoples in Canada."


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RT shared a link.
Growing gulf: Iran deploys Russian made sub as tensions rise
Days after the US and 30 other nations began naval exercises in the Persian Gulf; Tehran has announced it is sending a Russian submarine to bolster its forces in the
Iran Scientist Says Blasts Targeted Nuclear Sites
Iran’s top atomic energy official said that explosions were intended to cut power to two uranium enrichment facilities and claimed saboteurs had infiltrated an international
Canada: Conservative militarism
Smirking Chimp added a new photo.

CommonDreams.org and Upworthy shared a link.
William Rivers Pitt in today's Chimp: "Occupy has given us the concept of the 99% vs. the 1%, and that has stuck. Now, in America, the entire political discussion holds as its center of gravity this simple, undeniable description of staggering inequality and unfairness. In America, the Republican Party has selected Mitt Romney as its presidential nominee, and in doing so has given us the perfect avatar for who and what the 1% truly represents."
Institute for Responsible Technology shared Son of a Farmer, Child of the Earth's photo.

Support for the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline proposal seems to have plummeted from a high of 48% in January to only 19% in August.

The American Tradition Institute, a fossil fuel-funded think thank that works to discredit climate scientists, loses its lawsuit to force the University of Virginia to hand over the email of former professor Michael Mann, who has documented the recent spike in global temperatures. ATI is expected to appeal to the Virginia Supreme Court.

John Farnham You kids are funny. You will point up connections to energy industry without noting it is the most politicized industry on the planet bar none - and that sword cuts 2 ways. Else the UN would not be promoting a tax payable to itself on energy consumption.

As Climate Change Crisis Looms, Presidential Campaigns Stay Quiet
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — It was just six words, but when President Barack Obama gave a shout-out to global

T-Cells in Fat Tissue Protect Against Obesity in Mice | ALN
ALN Magazine is a publication of resources, products, and information to design, build, and equip today’s research

ALN Magazine is a publication of resources, products, and information to design, build, and equip today’s research
Today's TEDTalk: Poor sound can have profound effects on our well-being. Julian Treasure on why architects need to use their ears.
Julian Treasure: Why architects need to use their ears | Video on TED.com
Because of poor acoustics, students in classrooms miss 50 percent of what their teachers say and patients in hospitals
Meth, as well. Authorities are looking for a man they call "Heisenberg"...
‘Muslims’ Movie Producer Was Arrested for PCP, Snitched for Feds | Disinformation
With so much media noise about a con artist using more names than Blackwater, who has allegedly kept himself
‎"With the November elections right around the corner, the millions of unemployed and under-employed have little reason to care. Aside from some sparse rhetoric, neither Democrats nor Republicans have offered a solution to job creation. Most politicians seem purposefully myopic about the jobs crisis, as if a healthy dose of denial might get them through the electoral season unscathed."

By Shamus Cooke: Let the wealthy pay for their crisis. 
When gold and silver rise in value, it is not because they have become more valuable, it is because the dollars you are trading for them are worth less. Rises in gold and silver prices are a reflection of the decreased purchasing power of the money in your wallet.
A landmark study found 93 per cent of blood samples taken from pregnant women and 80 per cent from umbilical cords tested positive for traces of the chemicals.
Natural health news
Natural health news

In your search for healthy food to feed your family, here's what you need to look for (whether you're buying fruits, vegetables, or meat)...

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Smirking Chimp added a new photo.
Tweet of the day: From Republican pundit and constultant
@davidfrum (excerpts from a slamming 11-parter):
... The Romney campaign has a messaging problem because it has a policy problem.
... How do you message: I'm doing away w Medicaid over the next 10 yrs, Medicare after that, to finance a cut in the top rate of tax to 28%?
...I don't care if you hire the people who produce the ATT ads that make my wife cry, there's no lipsticking that pig.
...But voters do care about the q: what will this presidency do for me? And "dick you over" is not a winning answer
Tell me why people don't trust their governments?

It looks as though Greece’s financial insecurity is opening up strategic opportunities for economic and military interests. It also outlines the emergence of a new financial and political landscape in the region. Greece appears determined to begin privatizing national space, even that means reterritorializing its national borders.
Pat Robertson's not dead yet, still giving terrible advice on television.
DID YOU KNOW… that the presence of paraben esters has been detected in women with breast cancer? A recent study involving 40 breast cancer patients showed that 99 percent of their tissue samples contain this chemical. Paraben esters can enter your body through deodorants and antiperspirants. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/04/02/toxic-parabens-on-breast-cancer-patients.aspx?np=true

Could Mucuna be that "missing rung" in the ladder that leads to great health for thousands more soon-to-be ex-smokers?
The Artist's Muse

Top Ten Books That Make You Think

I saw this a little while back at The Broke and the Bookish and thought it was a good one for me. I love fiction that makes me think.

This Business of Reviewing

personal-opinion based reviews tend to say a great deal about the person reading, but less about the book. When you read them, you have to measure yourself against the taste of the author of the post, rather than the nominal subject of it. And you come away with an idea of whether you should read the book or not, rather than anything more durable and useful concerning literature, reading, and their place in the world.  

( I tend to think the same about editorial choices - which is why the thought that my cultural conditioning gives me an 'everyman' view might as well be played to advantage. )

Read an excerpt about my take on cats in my new book, now on pre-sale at www.theohmybook.com

Wild Edible and Medicinal Plants
Elderberries are one of the easiest and most versatile shrubs to grow in your edible landscape. These Central European and North American natives are often found growing wild along roadsides, forest edges, and abandoned fields.
The prize for growing elderberries is the fragrant, edible flowers and the delicious fruits. The dark purple berries contain vitamins A and B, and more vitamin C than orang
es. They are also high in cancer-fighting antioxidants. In fact, elderberry fruits have historically been used to treat many ailments, such as respiratory problems, colds, and flus. Plus, they are tasty when used in juices, jellies, jams, teas, pies, and wine. You can use the umbrella-shaped, elderberry blossoms for making a delicious fritters or even champagne (see recipe in this issue). And if you don't want to eat the berries, the birds certainly will love them.

Not only do elderberries produce attractive 8- to 10-inch-diameter white flowers and clusters of small, dark purple fruits, there are newer varieties on the market that have colorful leaves, too. These varieties of elderberry were bred for the ornamental characteristics, but still produce useful flowers and fruits. They make great shrubs for a foundation planting or in a mixed perennial flower border.
The two most common types of elderberries available are the European elderberry (Sambucus nigra) and the American elderberry (Sambucus canadensis). The American elderberry is the wild species often found growing in old fields and meadows. It grows 10 to 12 feet tall and wide and is hardy in USDA zones 3 to 8. The European elderberry grows up to 20 feet tall and wide depending the variety, blooms earlier than the American species, is hardy in USDA zones 4 to 8, and some have pink flowers. The red elderberry (Sambucus racemosa) is similar to the American species, but produces bright red berries -- unfortunately these berries are poisonous and shouldn't be eaten.
Elderberries fruit best when you plant at least two different varieties within 60 feet of each other. They start producing when the plants are 2 to 3 years old. While all elderberries produce berries, there are several varieties of the American elderberry that are especially good fruit producers. If you looking for a more ornamental elderberry, look to the European varieties with their attractive foliage.

Here are some of the best selections to try in your yard.
'Adams' - This American variety grows 8 to 10 feet tall. The large, juicy, dark purple fruits ripen in August and are great for making pies. The strong branches hold the berries upright. Plant a pollinator variety such as 'Johns' for maximum fruiting. This variety is often sold as 'Adams No. 1' or 'Adams No. 2'. There is little difference between these two selections.
'Black Beauty' - This striking European variety features purple foliage and lemon-scented pink flowers. It grows 6 to 8 feet tall and wide and can be grown in perennial borders or as a foundation plant.
'Black Lace' - This eye-catching European selection looks like a Japanese maple with its dark purple, deeply cut foliage. Like 'Black Beauty', this variety also grows 6 to 8 feet tall and wide, producing pink flowers and dark purple fruits.
Johns' - This early-producing American variety produces an abundance of berries that are especially good for making jelly. Growing 12 feet tall and wide, this variety is a good pollinator for 'Adams'.
'Nova' - This American variety can be self-fruitful, but does best with another American elderberry growing nearby. Large, sweet fruit are produced on compact, 6-foot shrub.
Variegated' - This European variety has attractive green and white leaves and grows 6 to 8 feet tall and wide. The plant is less vigorous and productive than other elderberry varieties, but the foliage is attractive all season long.
'York' - This American variety produces the largest berries of all the elderberry selections. It matures in late August and only grows 6 feet tall and wide. It pollinates 'Nova' well.
Site Selection
Elderberries grow well in full- to part-sun locations. They are not fussy about soil type, but grow best in a slightly acidic soil that is high in organic matter and stays consistently moist. Some of the European varieties may die back to the ground in colder climates, but will resprout from the roots in spring.
Before planting amend the soil with compost. Although elderberries grow well in moist soils, it's a myth they can grow in poorly drained, wet soils. On heavy clay soils, consider building a raised bed to provide proper water drainage. Set shrubs out in spring, spacing plants 6 to 10 feet apart depending on the variety.
Elderberries grow best when fertilized annually with compost. They have shallow roots, so mulch around the plants with hay, straw, or bark chips to control weeds that compete for water and nutrients.

Elderberries can sucker freely and send up vigorous new branches each season. These one-year-old branches produce side branches (laterals) that fruit heavily in the second and third year. In late winter, prune out branches more than 3 years old since these are less productive. Try to leave equal numbers of one-, two-, and three-year-old branches. Prune out any dead, diseased, or broken branches as well.
There are few significant insect pests and diseases of elderberries. Cane borers can infect older branches, so the above pruning guidelines also help control borers, too. During wet weather, leaf diseases sometimes affect the foliage, but they aren't a serious concern. Birds love the berries, and you'll need to cover the shrub with netting to keep them from quickly harvesting your crop.
Harvest elderberry fruit from August to September, depending on the variety. Let fruits ripen on the shrub to a dark purple color. Prune off the entire cluster when ripe and strip the berries into a bowl. The fruit doesn't store well at room temperature, so keep it refrigerated after harvest and process the berries as soon as possible. You can expect yields of 12 to 15 pounds of fruit per mature (3- or 4-year-old) shrub, if grown properly. Uncooked berries produce a dark purple juice and are astringent and inedible, but when processed impart a sweet, earthy flavor.
"Statistical analysis shows that US states where more residents suffer from obesity - often because they get less physical exercise and eat more junk food - tend to vote Republican. So do states with high rates of cigarette smoking, teenage pregnancy, drunk driving, and heavy dependence on federal subsidies."

(Illustration by Pedro Molina)
"Mitt Romney Rejects His Natural Voters" by Jeffrey Frankel
Mitt Romney’s characterization of 47% of the American electorate as government dependents who refuse to take
We need Alan Grayson back in Congress! This man gets it, and will fight for progressive causes in Washington...
Still don’t get Occupy Wall Street? Alan Grayson explains it in one minute
There's a really good reason we want to send Alan Grayson back to Congress: The man gets it, he expresses it, and he
How does Romney really feel? Watch the secret video (and find out more about Mitt's lies)
The Pennyslvania Supreme Court has vacated a lower court ruling that had upheld the state's ALEC-inspired voter ID law, setting the stage for the law to be blocked before the November elections.
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules Against Voter ID, For Now | PR Watch
The Pennyslvania Supreme Court has vacated a lower court ruling that had upheld the state's voter ID law, setting the

Frackers tear up roads and profit, taxpayers pay to repair roads. Do you see a problem with that?
Fracking: Privatizing profits and socializing losses
Here is a good example of how the fracking industry privatizes profits while passing the costs on to us. Frackers in the Eagle Ford Shale are causing major damage to roads. 

Earthworks' Oil & Gas Accountability Project shared Faith Zerbe's photo.
Tick Tock....2 days til Shale Gas Outrage in Philly! See you there!
Lawsuit by Chris Hedges, Noam Chomsky, Daniel Ellsberg and others results in a permanent judicial injunction against the National Defense Authorization Act, "which authorized the military to detain U.S. citizens indefinitely, strip them of due process and hold them in military facilities, including offshore penal colonies."

Join a global synchronized meditation THIS FRIDAY for the International Day of Peace! http://ow.ly/dO8vu

Did Transocean really plan to blame it on a bad cement job if the blowout preventer failed? According to this court filing, it looks like they might have.
Deepwater Horizon device failed pre-spill test, lawyers say
Transocean employees discussed blaming the failure of the Deepwater Horizon’s blowout preventer on a bad cement job, after the apparatus blew up casing during a test two months before the rig exploded, according to an email

John Farnham Halliburton has a history of 'bad cementing jobs' including all over the Gulf of Mexico Deepwater Horizon was a ridiculously deep hole involving potential for high pressure gas pockets on top of a differential pressure equal to weight of a column of water 5 miles high. There have been deaths of investigators into a situation that looks as though the blowout was deliberately engineered

StoptheDrugWar.org (DRCNet) shared a link.
This Week's Corrupt Cops Stories | StoptheDrugWar.org
A Virginia prison guard smuggles heroin, a Pennsylvania cop steals and uses it, and a New Jersey cop pays off a prostitute with it, and that's just some of the crooked cop

‎"The new way of conducting 'asymmetrical warfare' does raise uncomfortable ethical and legal issues."

(Illustration by Paul Lachine)
"Big Countries, Small Wars" by Robert Skidelsky
Barack Obama has vowed to avenge the murder of Chris Stevens, the US ambassador to Libya. How he proposes to do this is less clear, and historical precedent is of little use,

What! Drones in New Orleans??
City cancels plans for Super Bowl drone, despite enthusiasm and interest from NOPD, others | TheLen
The Bravo 300 is manufactured in New Orleans. Photo

If we all had our own solar and wind generated energy, this headline would never appear. Think of all the water that would be saved for drinking and showers.
StoptheDrugWar.org (DRCNet) shared a link.

Sodium fluoride is POISON! New video by Mike Adams just released: Shows photos of fluoride from Chinese chemical factories, ready to be shipped to U.S. cities and then dumped into the water supply: http://www.naturalnews.com/037236_sodium_fluoride_water_treatment_toxic_chemicals.html

In which I deconstruct the Romney lies about: - The 47% who pay no taxes - The corporations that are "overtaxed" (while paying the lowest share in decades) - The America that is overtaxed (when revenues are at the lowest share in decades) - The tax cuts we desperately need to create jobs (when tax cuts for job creation has been tried and been an utter fail).
And Facebook won't post it propertly. AGH! Please share it anyway, along with a good introduction so people will know what it's about.

Headline: Why do 47% pay no income taxes? Because of the Reagan and Bush tax cuts...
The Unification Church was virtually unknown in America until the 1970′s when concerned parents, anti-cult groups and members of congress raised alarm about the powerful “brainwashing” techniques used by “moonies” to lure new converts into their dangerous cult. Now that the self-proclaimed...
Occupy Monsanto shared their own photo.
You only get to go around the board once before infertility, widespread disease and famine stops the game...
Keep up with the latest from CARightToKnow!
‎"Nearly 50 countries around the world already require such labeling. But in the United States, foods from genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are given a pas...
Occupy Monsanto shared Occupy Food's photo.
Is modern industrial agriculture taking us to another Dust Bowl?
Francis Thicke: "The FAO map shows soil erosion in the Midwestern U.S. as "high severity.""
Truebook.org added a new photo.
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