Monthly Archives: October 2014
EBOLA: PANDEMIC OF TYRANNY CONTAINED FOR NOW
Despite our questioning of judges in matters related to banks, it seems that judges sometimes do get it right, as in the case of Ebola nurse Kaci Hickox, who defied a mandatory quarantine and won: FORT KENT, Maine (AP) — … Continue reading
JUDGES: DUPES OR IN ON IT? THIS QUESTION KEEPS COMING UP…
So a judge took it upon himself to drastically reduce the damages which a jury found should be paid to California homeowner Phillip Linza (Linza v. PHH Mortgage, et al.), according to the Sacramento Bee: The jury awarded $514,000 in … Continue reading
FAST FOOD SCREWUPS DON’T DESERVE DECENT WAGES, BUT CEO SCREWUPS DO?
The guy in the above video is exactly right and his logic is flawless. Indeed, he’s got a point–people that make tons of money never make mistakes or get lazy. Highly-paid surgeons would never, for example, amputate the wrong limb … Continue reading
DEAD IS DEAD: SAM HARRIS AND FAUX INTELLECTUAL COVER FOR WAR OF TERROR
I wanted to like Sam Harris. The first piece of his I ever read on Truthdig (now almost a decade ago) really resonated with me. So much so that I went out and bought his book, “The End of Faith.” … Continue reading
WAKE-UP CALLS: PART ONE—CURES THEY WON’T TELL YOU ABOUT, OR HOW I LEARNED TO DISTRUST THE DOCTOR
Decided to do a little informal series of autobiographical sketches about how I woke up to certain truths. It happens differently for everyone, of course, and then some people never wake up, no matter how loud the wake-up call. And … Continue reading
FORECLOSURE JUDGES: DUPES OR FOLLOWING A SCRIPT?
A couple of extremely salient points in this article. First, Garfield notices some apparent scripting among judges in different Florida counties. And unfortunately, it’s not because they’re quoting the Constitution of the relevant law. Here’s how Garfield describes what’s happening: … Continue reading
EBOLA FEARMONGERING UNJUSTIFIED
There have been a number of things I’ve seen online today about the anomalies and the true threat—or lack thereof—of Ebola that I wanted to share. First, this comment from Infowars’ Paul Joseph Watson: Indeed, that is amazing. The two … Continue reading
RECLAIMING THE ECONOMIC VALUES OF THE “NEW WORLD”
Ah, Columbus Day—the birthday, nay, the Christmas of colonialism in the Americas. And like Christmas, almost nothing about it is factual, i.e., Jesus wasn’t born on December 25th, there is no Santa Claus—in the same way, Columbus didn’t discover anything, … Continue reading
THE END OF CHEAP LABOR AND CHEAP CREDIT—WHAT NEXT?
So I agree with the overall premise of this David Stockman article: cheap labor in the East allowed cheap credit to proliferate in the West: “It was the two-decades-long flow of quasi-slave labor into the export factories of east China … Continue reading