Mercola.com “Coming Soon: a Controversial “Ruling” That Threatens Your Job AND the Economy” April 25 2012.
- Ozone is not inherently bad, nor dangerous. It’s a normal part of your air supply, and it’s only when ozone levels are excessive that health problems can occur
- At the appropriate natural levels like you find outside on a non-polluted day, ozone is not only effective – it’s nature’s method for cleaning the air we breathe — it’s naturally safe
- The EPA’s latest ozone ruling is unsupported by scientific evidence and may cost the U.S. a trillion dollars and millions of lost jobs
My Thoughts: Just another example of unnecessary regulation hurting the economy.
Al Qaeda Boogie Man Anwar al-Awlaki has been reported killed in an air strike in Yemen, which is the exact same way he died in 2009.
On December 28 The Washington Post reported that U.S. and Yemeni officials had confirmed that al-Awlaki was at the al-Qaeda meeting.
Then on December 29 it was reported by Newsweek that a Yemeni journalist called Abdul Elah Hider al-Shaya had been in contact with Awlaki after the air raid, and was claiming that he was still alive.
Guess he can die twice like Bin Laden. Interesting how he is connected to the underwear bomber, makes me laugh every time I know I am so mature, when witnesses saw a sharp dressed man help him get on with out a passport despite the fact that he was on a terror watchlist. Awlaki was also the spiritual leader of the alleged 9/11 hijackers, among many other terror plots, a fact that didn’t seem to concern Pentagon top brass who invited him to dine with them just months after the September 11 attacks despite the fact that he had personally colluded with the very hijackers who were alleged to have slammed Flight 77 into the Pentagon. These revelations were unveiled in internal Department of Defense emails obtained under the freedom of information act. You can read the emails from Fox news here. Why would the pentagon invite him to lunch? Hmmmm……
The United States Geological Survey is America’s official expert on earthquakes. It’s the Federal agency charged with monitoring, reporting on, researching and stressing preparedness for earthquakes. So I was surprised to read the following statement by the USGS: Earthquakes induced by human activity have been documented in a few locations in the United States, Japan, and Canada. The cause was injection of fluids into deep wells for waste disposal and secondary recovery of oil, and the use of reservoirs for water supplies. Most of these earthquakes were minor. The largest and most widely known resulted from fluid injection at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal near Denver, Colorado. In 1967, an earthquake of magnitude 5.5 followed a series of smaller earthquakes. Injection had been discontinued at the site in the previous year once the link between the fluid injection and the earlier series of earthquakes was established. (Nicholson, Craig and Wesson, R.L., 1990, Earthquake Hazard Associated with Deep Well Injection–A Report to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1951, 74 p.)
Apparently the solution to our real estate problem is just to bulldoze a lot of these foreclosed properties. Wouldn’t that mean it’s harder for people to find affordable housing? Isn’t that why Fanny and Freddie was even started? So every American could afford to buy a house. The banks are getting off pretty good, since they can write it off, that means WE pay.
Bulldoze: The New Way To Foreclose. Time. August 1 2011
Fanny and Freddie Are Renting Houses
Paid for Homes Being Foreclosed On
A soldier in Iraq learned from his wife that their paid for home was foreclosed on by their association and sold for 10% of what they paid.
Not So Neighborly Associations Foreclosing On Homes. NPR. June 29 2010
Dawn Welsh a 54 year grandmother is raided in her own home grandmas house that she owned outright by the armed sheriff department Live recording is replayed on the Alex Jones show.
A Collier County couple turns the tables on Bank of America, the bank that tried to foreclose on their home. So, the family foreclosed on the bank. The foreclosure nightmare started when Warren and Maureen Nyerges paid cash for a home owned by Bank of American in the Golden Gate Estates. They never had a mortgage whatsoever. But, the bank fouled it up and wound up issuing a foreclosure through their attorney.
The couple took their case to court and after a year and a half nightmare the foreclosure was dropped. A Collier County judge said Bank of America has to pay the couple’s $2,534 legal fees for the error. After more than five months the bank still hadn’t paid up. So, the homeowners’ attorney did just what the bank would do to get their money, legally seize their assets.Love this it’s about time somebody put a stop to this.
When companies have more money then large countries….that’s a problem. That means the countries are easily controlled and therefore the countries governments become corrupt and no longer represent the people. Think of all the increasing money required for successful campaigns. And now with super pacs (as Stephen Colbert has pointed out through forming his own as a joke) you can contribute unlimited to campaigns.
Apple has more cash than the federal government. Yahoo News. July 29 2011