0 votes

How I voted

My absentee ballot came the other day, and this is what I did: Where there was a libertarian candidate, I voted for that one. Where there was only a constitutional candidate running against major party contenders, I voted for that one. For congress there was only major party candidates running. I voted for the one with military experience, and no party line vote history. Thought long and hard about this, but came down in the end to vote for a major party candidate instead of not voting for a congressional seat at all. It was not the republican incumbent.

4 votes

Cell blocks for killer cops.

That phrase caught me by surprise, and so here is a video that expresses the meanings behind this title:

0 votes

WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange Plans to Leave Ecuadorian Embassy “a Free Man, Soon”, Heralding Impending Changes to UK Laws

Julian Assange plans to walk out of Ecuador’s embassy a free man, avoiding arrest and extradition to Sweden to face questioning about sexual assault and rape allegations.

In an exclusive interview with Fairfax Media, Mr Assange said he anticipated legal reforms in Britain would facilitate a resolution of his circumstances and end the prospect of his extradition to Sweden.

contiues at link: http://www.smh.com.au/world/julian-assange-plans-to-leave-ec...

0 votes

Former Malaysian PM lays blame on Boeing for MH370 disappearance

Some interesting observations on the part of the former PM. Calls into question the depth of reporting, and investigation by the MSM - not coming out with these aspects of the disappearance.
link: http://www.smh.com.au/action/printArticle?id=60046739

0 votes

May Biden be interim president by the end of 2012?

2012. Old subject, but is it still relevant with everything transpiring since, or is it really too late, water over the bridge, to concern oneself with? Reading the article, I was drawn to contemplate it once again, and only after thinking about, did I notice the 2012 date! I thought it was writing about this year. Anyway, a summary of Obama's allegedly questionable status as a native US citizen, and hypothesized consequences follows.

Starts out:

0 votes

More stories debunking vitamins.

This is only the latest in a whole slue of stories debunking vitamins:


When I read the shortened version of the AP junk in the Stars and Stripes, I wrote the following letter to the Editor:

0 votes

Trashing Vitamins with Garbage Articles

Another pathetic attempt to propagandize the unaware public with trash health opinion. This article sets that straight:

Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, September 3, 2013
Trashing Vitamins with Garbage Articles
Commentary by Travis V. Meyer

(OMNS Sept 3, 2013) Recently, while browsing the news, I found yet another article trashing vitamins: "Stop swallowing vitamins and the claims about their effects, doctors urge." (http://minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2013/08/13/dail...)

3 votes

IRS decrees and Taxpayers obey.

"29 August 2013
Issue Number: IR-2013-72

Treasury and IRS Announce That All Legal Same-Sex Marriages Will Be Recognized For Federal Tax Purposes; Ruling Provides Certainty, Benefits and Protections Under Federal Tax Law for Same-Sex Married Couples

1 vote

Bashing Vitamin C for Politics and Profit.

It never fails that the money lusting Pharmaceutical Industry pulls out an 'expert' to debunk a natural curative agent (Vitamin C) so as to sell inferior drugs which not only do not do the job, but wind up destroying health of people over time.
Sink you teeth into this pile of innuendo skillfully dispelled in the the article "Anti-Vitamin Publications Misinformation Presented As Truth" from Orthomolecular Medicine News Service.


4 votes

Constitutional Quandary

These are times when loyalty and adherence to the Constitution, upholding it against all enemies, foreign and domestic, affect the future of every American. I think things are heading out of the purview of Congress and Administration, and onto a monumental Supreme court decision. Looking at what's been going on, with “... Snowden engaged in unauthorized communication of national defense information and willful communication of classified communications intelligence information.

1 vote

Ahmadinejad; and now Rouhani in Iran

According to CNN, 15 June news:
This new Iranian president Rouhani:
a former commander of the Iranian air defenses,
a leader on three war and defense councils
a prior national security adviser to the president for 13 years before Ahmadinejad took office.
a diplomatic and legal intellectual.
president of Iran’s strategic research center,
managing editor for three quarterlies on scientific and strategic research, and foreign policy.
one of the leading figures in Iran’s rebellious “Green Movement,” protesting the re-election of Ahmadinejad in 2009.

19 votes

What is Happening in Istanbul? An on Location Report

Folk exercising what would be their first amendment right, if they lived here. Notice the covering up of the situation. This is a lesson in how to stand up for a constitutional guarantee, and what to expect as a governing reaction. Valuable knowledge, IMO I share here.

by İnsanlik Hali
June 1, 2013

5 votes

Clamping Down on Nutritional Information

Freedom of choice is not only being squeezed here, but beginning in the Netherlands, the entire European Union tightening. Here are the opening lines of an Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, April 6, 2013 that demonstrates and comments on just that!

“In Europe, You'd Better Watch What You Say about Supplements
Commentary by Gert Schuitemaker, PhD (Netherlands) and Andrew W. Saul (USA)