Insurance Premiums Doubled Overnight,
Illegal Fetal Tissue Sold for Research, Viable Fetal Organs: High Price Commodity for
I don’t believe we have heard any of these issues mentioned by our savvy hopefuls, nor by any of Our Law Makers
OK, now you really need to stay with me just 1 more minute.
Black Lives Matter
Is Al Sharpton anywhere close???? Now I always wondered why I heard these famous people telling everyone that would listen about the Disparity in Our Education system.
When I came across the FACT that this year alone 10,000,000 young people, 13-years-of-age to 24-years-of-age would contract one (1) or MORE STI or STD, I cried…. and it wasn’t no CLIMATE CHANGE LIE fake tears, this thing tore the heart out of me.
What bothered me more than anything was the fact that I could not find any assembled data on young Children 0-years-of-age to 12-years-of-age.
That is when I found the almost unbelievably high disproportionate number of young African-Americans infected with the HIV/Aids virus.
I am going to tell you one more thing that you all should already know, then I am going to publish this. Because the points I mentioned, but have not touched on should be very easy to figure out.
How many African-Americans, White Americans, and Latino Americans have got a steady job???? NOW, how many of these people working have enough money to buy just half of the ammo used in Orlando????
Quiet Possibly A Statement From The
Master Architect And Master Builder
We hope everyone caught in this bad weather is safe and warm tonight, and before I continue, I want every single one of you to know that you are in my Prayers.
I am quiet sure that there will be more than a few that takes exception to my choice of words…. SO, just so they don’t have to think too hard, I want to call your attention to HEADING #2, and I am talking about THE MASTER ARCHITECT AND MASTER BUILDER OF THIS EARTH, AND EVERY OTHER THING.
You see, I Happen To Know That HIS SON Cares A Great Deal About Children!!!!
Our Children are still being ignored by Washington.
But I do want to say THANK YOU!!!! to the state of Colorado, to Law Enforcement, and TO CPS, this is a VERY POSITIVE thing for CPS to work so closely with Law Enforcement for THE GOOD of Children, Parents, and in fact EVERYONE in Colorado,
I find it ironic that “someone” STRETCHED THE TRUTH by saying temperatures had risen since the 1800’s, and ocean temperatures had risen.
What’s ironic???? (I got 1 little thing to say first)
I will say that a whole lot of people should be glad for “The Climate Change” (LOL), otherwise this could very well be the next ice age beginning….
OK, what is ironic is the fact that the last time there was this much snow around NY was in 1859.
SO, without further ado, I have one (1) Award to hand out tonight, and I’m quiet sure you all will figure out the recipient.
With fewer jobs available than at any other time in the 20th and 21st Centuries it is only a matter of time before the average American Lemming awakens to the fact that the biggest non-issue at this point in time is WE THE PEOPLE.
At a time when the average American Family could have benefitted from lower prices, instead we are forced to bear witness to more frivolous, out-of-control spending, sending the National Debt higher and higher by the second, just to pay for one non-issue.
What can’t be covered-up for long is the ever so obvious COLLUSION necessary to cover the Climate Change trail of lies, while so many happy little American LEMMINGS rode on the bandwagon to the tune of their crying hero playing his fiddle, as Rome burned.
Little did we know that the tears of COLLUSION that could be traced back to under the tables of Insurance Providers, on to under the tables of the Pharmaceutical Companies, and at some point coming to rest under the AMA’s table; would be found while following the quickening pace forward again, as the happy little American LEMMINGS ran faster and faster to catch sight of their glorious now-crying hero as he fiddled louder and louder…. for he had finally found the CROCODILE TEARS TUNE.
The good part of it all is that very little COLLUSION is needed to add a bunch of numbers from totally irrelevant categories to make the Gun Violence Non-Issue into a make-believe issue.
How do I know this???? I am a farm boy, so a laughing wolf isn’t hard to spot even when he is wearing a crying wolf’s clothing while playing a fiddle…. BUT, I CARE, so I know how many suicides there are, and it is very easy to spot a number that is a fabrication made of at the very least 65% suicides. But then I know that Law Enforcement numbers have to be added too.
SO, before the little happy LEMMINGS start to drown in the great flood of 2016, as the crocodile tears rush to the swelling waters of the oceans already overflowing from the NON-CLIMATE CHANGE, here are some very real numbers which apparently mean nothing to the crying hero playing his fiddle, as Rome burns.
2,000,000 Runaways last year.
1 in 6 Runaways will fall into the hands of Child Sex Traffickers.
333,340 Child Runaways fell into the hands of Child Sex Traffickers in 2015 and were raped, then forced into Child Sexual Slavery.
11 to 14 is the average age of Child Sex Slaves.
3 to 7 years is the average life span of a Child Sex Slave (found dead from attack, abuse, HIV and other STD’s, malnutrition, overdose or suicide).
10,000,000 Children and Young People 13 years of age to 24 will contract at least one or more STI or STD this year alone.
35% of teens ages 14 to 19 have Human Papillomavirus.
3,200,000 adolescent females are infected with at least one or more STI or STD.
25% or more of new HIV diagnoses are young people age 13 to 24.
Over 47,000 prescription drug overdose deaths in 2014.
7 deaths a day related to alcohol use.
At least 9 and more probably 13 Child Deaths daily from Child Abuse.
78,000,000 Babies murdered to date, while many were under-the-table abortions performed on 11 to 13-year-old Child Sex Slaves in Our Country.
We are scared. Many have lost crops. The heavy metals released from the mine spill is very toxic to babies and Elders and anyone who has health problems. My well is capped, I destroyed my small garden, and moved my horses….
SHIPROCK, NM – Rows of dried corn stalks stand in front of Earl and Cheryle Yazzie’s home. On a portion of land where melons grew, a pair of puppies sniffed, then nudged ruined fruit.
Months after the Gold King Mine spill, the couple, like many farmers in San Juan County, continues to worry about the future of their farm.
On Aug. 5, the spill released millions of gallons of toxic wastewater into a tributary of the Animas River.
The mustard yellow plume flowed through the Animas into the San Juan River, which flows through the northern region of the Navajo Nation. The Yazzie residence is about a mile north of the river that they have used to irrigate their crops.
“This was an eye opener for everybody,” Earl Yazzie said about the spill and subsequent actions by government officials and residents in response to the spill.
On a recent Wednesday, Yazzie said he wants to see testing results from federal and tribal entities before he decides to again irrigate his farm with San Juan River water.
Since the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has accepted responsibility for the spill, he said, the agency should be supplying a clean water source and start testing the soil on farms.
The toxic spill received nationwide attention and, as The Daily Times reported on Sept. 9, environmental activist and consumer advocate Erin Brockovich visited the farm while touring the Navajo Nation.
During the visit, Brockovich listened to the Yazzies as they talked about efforts to save their crops and why they opposed resuming irrigation with the suspect river water.
Cheryle Yazzie said she remains angry and disappointed by the response of government officials, especially since it seems no one “can do anything.”
“A lot of people, I think, don’t understand the real casualties, the effects of this. Sure, it’s not going to happen this instant, but we’ll see it in a few years,” she said.
At the time of Brockovich’s visit, officials had set up a water tank to irrigate a section of the Yazzie farm. When asked if that effort helped the crops, Earl Yazzie said it helped, but the crops did not mature.
“The whole field was lost. Our crops were a loss. It really affected me,” Yazzie said.
Cheryle Yazzie recalled previous seasons when people would visit the farm to buy produce. The couple estimates they suffered a financial loss of more than $10,000.
Earl Yazzie is a lifelong resident of this town and grew up on a farm, learning how to work the ground from his parents and grandparents.
“To see this actually happening, it made me think about things. I thought, `This is going to destroy our farm life,’” he said.
When asked if they will be planting crops during the upcoming season, Cheryle Yazzie said she is opposed to that if the river water is going to be the source of irrigation for the crops.
“We don’t want that water on our land,” she said, adding she remains proud of the Shiprock residents who opposed reopening the irrigation canal that delivers river water to the farms.
The answer is not as easy for Earl Yazzie, who said he would have to evaluate the situation in the spring. He reiterated the need for testing.
An effort by federal lawmakers to address the spill came on Dec. 18 when New Mexico”s Democratic U.S. senators, Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich, along with U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Luján, D-Santa Fe, included a provision to support monitoring efforts in the end-of-year appropriations bill before Congress. That provision directs the EPA to coordinate with states and tribes impacted by the spill to develop a plan for independent monitoring, according to a joint press release from the lawmakers.
It also directs the EPA to provide support for the monitoring efforts of states and tribes.
Udall said in a press release that the provision will help hold the EPA accountable and ensure it keeps its commitment to prioritizing transparency in water quality monitoring.
“If a situation like a flash flood or thunderstorm were to cause contamination in the water once again, we need the EPA making determinations and giving prompt warnings to impacted communities based on the best scientific advice,” Udall said.
Luján was pleased that the provision was included.
“There are serious concerns about the effects that this spill will have on our communities in the months and years to come, and it is critical that there is a coordinated effort to conduct long-term monitoring of the Animas River,” Luján said in the release.
Heinrich acknowledged that families deserve to be compensated for damages incurred because of the spill, and he said he will continue to work on overhauling federal hard rock mining and abandoned mine policies. Mining interests have successfully blocked efforts to update the Mining Act of 1872, which allows mining companies to obtain claims for a small investment and does not require companies to clean up inactive or abandoned mines.
EPA officials and an agency contractor, using taxpayer dollars, were working to clean up the Gold King Mine when they caused the spill.