15 April 2014 News– Tax Day

It’s tax Day here in America. So, in honor of the day, here’s a picture of Death eating Popcorn:

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More on the Bundy Ranch episode:

Judge Napolitano

John Hinderaker–the comments (at least earlier this morning) were good as well:

Just some opinion here: I think Glenn Beck is wrong on this.Mal1 While I don’t want violence, I don’t think it should ever be entirely off the table. Si vis pacem para bellum, and all that. Glenn claims to follow the example of the Founding Fathers, but they went to war over a tax on their breakfast beverage, and he’s against people trying to protect their land and cattle from the very Agenda 21 deception he himself exposed. Yes, we should always seek the peaceful route– but sometimes it will not be allowed by our opponents. And sometimes, showing reluctant willingness to violence is actually the most peaceful way.

After all, on other fronts, they’ve shown what they respond to, and that’s threats of violence. So we should speak the language we have shown they will respond to.

Cli(e)mate

Another Climate Change alarmist changes course.

Today’s News:

OURrescue:

This is one of the few charities that gets my money at this time.

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2 thoughts on “15 April 2014 News– Tax Day

  1. Just a thought/correction to Lovelock’s statement: “it is only by making mistakes that you can move ahead.” In context and what makes more sense, it should say “admitting” not “making.”

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    • Hmm, good point. I had read his words in a more scientific sense, like Edison’s discovering 99 ways to not make a working light-bulb.

      But of course, the most essential part to each one of those wrong ways was admitting that each one was wrong, instead of blaming someone or something else for each failure. . .

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