Monsatan was trying to take advantage of our slow justice system to buy time to just plant the GMOs, then a judge's ruling would be meaningless. The island would be contaminated. This is a major defeat for Monsatan's minions in the military-industrial agriculture complex.
We already see signs of impending martial law, from the Patriot Act in 2001, to the TSA, NSA and other threats to liberties. In a very real way, it's knocking on the door. Governments are like camels in this respect: once you let them in the door, you're not likely to get them out. Statists find many excuses for martial law: racial unrest, epidemics (or perceived ones) or threats of terrorist attacks.
James Madison warned us as early as 1787:
"The means of defense against foreign danger have always been the instruments of tyranny at home."
This is the sign of a good HUMAN: They defend what is good and resist what is evil, ESPECIALLY when they are caught up in the mess. That is why I say there are no "good cops." Until they do what this woman did EVERY TIME, they are all thugs by association.
Tell me something I don't know about you. This is kind of like DP truth or dare, only without the dare. We can do that one later.
Tell me something true about you.
I'll start: If I titled it, I'd call it "Nystrom, the Jap."
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While I am American for the virtue and accident of birth, i.e., having been born on the soil of the Empire, my mother was a citizen of the country of Japan. She worked, as a copytypist (as in, to make copies), for the U.S. Army Occupation of Japan secretarial pool.
"In the most serious legal challenge to date against Colorado's legalization of marijuana, two neighboring states have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down the history-making law."
"The lawsuit says the states have suffered increased costs from arrests, the impoundment of vehicles, the seizure of contraband, the transfer of prisoners, and other problems associated with marijuana — which is strictly illegal in the two states — flowing into Nebraska and Oklahoma. The states say the problems amount to "irreparable injury."
Irish Rebel Songs - Come out and Fight
"We can't let North Korea get away with this!
Hollywood and Washington are making for some strange bedfellows in the wake of Sony Pictures Entertainment’s SNE, +3.68% decision Wednesday to quash its film spoofing North Korea, “The Interview.” Never mind the series of digital attacks on the studio and threats of violence against theatergoers, these usually divergent minds agree for once on something: that the U.S. and Hollywood can’t stand by idly and let North Korea trample on the First Amendment.
Ron Paul on Cuba CNN Florida Republican Debate 1/26/12
Reframing the CIA’s interrogation techniques as a violation of scientific and medical ethics may be the best way to achieve accountability.
Lisa Hajjar | December 16, 2014 | The Nation.
Human experimentation was a core feature of the CIA’s torture program. The experimental nature of the interrogation and detention techniques is clearly evident in the Senate Intelligence Committee’s executive summary of its investigative report, despite redactions (insisted upon by the CIA) to obfuscate the locations of these laboratories of cruel science and the identities of perpetrators.
At the helm of this human experimentation project were two psychologists hired by the CIA, James Mitchell and Bruce Jessen. They designed interrogation and detention protocols that they and others applied to people imprisoned in the agency’s secret “black sites.”
In its response to the Senate report, the CIA justified its decision to hire the duo: “We believe their expertise was so unique that we would have been derelict had we not sought them out when it became clear that CIA would be heading into the uncharted territory of the program.” Mitchell and Jessen’s qualifications did not include interrogation experience, specialized knowledge about Al Qaeda or relevant cultural or linguistic knowledge. What they had was Air Force experience in studying the effects of torture on American prisoners of war, as well as a curiosity about whether theories of “learned helplessness” derived from experiments on dogs might work on human enemies.
After 17 years as an oncology nurse, Valerie Warwick took a huge risk and walked away from a lucrative income because she could not be a part of the conventional cancer industry anymore. In our interview, Valerie shares insider information about the industry as well as vital resources and therapies that every cancer patient should consider.
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We are expecting in May and want to start stocking up on baby stuff.
Can you guys give me your favorite place to get "baby gear" on the cheap.
Happy to buy in bulk!
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