May 29 2013

No Pressure

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Warning: contains graphic violence

Apr 25 2013

Carlin on plastic bags and other stuff

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WARNING! Profanity!

 

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Jun 30 2012

The City’s SPU Acquisition Shell Game

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Pay close attention because this pertains to a measure that will be on the ballot for the November election.

The City of Shoreline has been playing fast and loose with their City Council Meeting Agenda Planner. Click to enlarge the table above to see how many changes have been made since April to upcoming meetings that appear related to the City’s efforts to acquire the Seattle Public Utility’s (SPU’s) drinking water system. The City does not make a history of changes to its Agenda Planner available to the public, so the SPU shell game would not be obvious to an infrequent visitor to the City’s website.

So why all the changes? Is it deliberate deception or mere incompetence? One thing is certain: The City would have you believe they know all there is to know to conclude that acquiring the utility would be a good thing. They have never jumped around on that the way they have with the Council’s Agenda.

You can look forward to a barage of campaigning this summer and fall to convince you they know what they are doing up at City Hall. But do they?

Jun 28 2012

RIP

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RIP Article I, Section 8, Clause 3

Jun 17 2012

Pelosi and other endorse Agenda 21 back in 1992

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Watch Nany Pelosi and other Congress members endorse Agenda 21 on the House floor back in 1992. This exposé of Agenda 21 cover up, published by Freedom Advocates in 2004, shows that advocates at one time openly declared their support for Agenda 21. Nowadays amnesia is rampant. So what happened? Are you now or have you ever been…

Jun 16 2012

Property rights victory! – Alabama gives Agenda 21 the boot

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The US uprising against Agenda 21 continues. We in Washington State face strong opposition, but let us take encouragement from the successes of our brethren in other states. The New American reports this month, Alabama Adopts First Official State Ban on UN Agenda 21. The synopsis of their state’s SB 477 states:

“Under existing law, the state, subject to certain federal laws or rules, has the right to develop its environmental and developmental policies. This bill would prohibit the State of Alabama and its political subdivisions from adopting and developing environmental and developmental policies that, without due process, would infringe or restrict the private property rights of the owner of the property.”

Way to go, Alabama!

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Jun 11 2012

Jane Jacobs

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Check out Jane Jacobs on the nature of economies.”The New Urbanists want to have lively centers in the places that they develop, where people run into each other doing errands and that sort of thing. And yet, from what I’ve seen of their plans and the places they have built, they don’t seem to have a sense of the anatomy of these hearts, these centers. They’ve placed them as if they were shopping centers. They don’t connect.”  –Jane Jacobs (1916-2006), author of The Death and Life of Great American Cities.

Jun 04 2012

Water you talking about, Shoreline?

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The City of Shoreline is attempting to dupe the public into voting to acquire the Seattle Public Utility’s (SPU) water system. More to come…

May 20 2012

Nanny and the Professor

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May 20 2012

Why conservatives eschew the ‘birther’ issue

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The New American criticized the conservative alternate media for not persuing the issue of President Obama’s birthplace, in a May 18, 2012 article, New Evidence that Obama Was Born in Kenya is Explained Away.

Most conservatives try to distance themselves from the question of Obama’s birthplace, not because they think he was born in the US, but because they are convinced that raising the birth issue is not helpful to their political ends; they don’t want to be perceived as nutjobs. They won’t re-raise the Reverend Wright issue this campaign either, for the same reason. Read more »

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