One of the things that became most clearly visible upon the election of Donald Trump to the Presidency back in '16 is that the American system benefits the stupid.
The White Queen to Alice: ‘Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast’
First, a few excerpts from ‘New Developments in the Skripal Case Reveal it for the Sham it Always Was’, Oct. 16, 2019, James Oneill, journal-neo.org
Oneill brings the unbelievable narrative of the Skripals’ having been poisoned by ‘a highly toxic substance where only minute quantities are required to cause an almost instant death, and yet they went to a pub, to a restaurant, and to a lake to feed some ducks. He spends time wondering why in the world some Russian Agents would poison a spy that the Russians had already repatriated to the UK, as well as his (assumedly) innocent daughter, there to visit her father before her upcoming wedding.
Despite staging the largest pre-primaries' rally this past Saturday, Bernie was blacked out over all the MSM Sunday news shows.
Meanwhile, Clinton's former neolibcon staffers, now aligned with HerHeinous proxies Warren and Harris, are amping up their attacks on Bernie by comparing him unfavorably to Paul Wellstone as well as other employing other grotesque charades to split the left.
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Fertile Soils and Fertile Minds
The YouTube algorithm has delivered some interesting comments/statements by teachers on my feed. I want to share a few of those. I'm so glad my teaching career was in a smaller rural school with quite a different environment. At any rate those interviews make it obvious why we don't have a thinking, civil population. My original notion for today's column was to focus on soil fertility. This is really the time of year to address that, so when its time for spring planting the soil is already prepared. Then I started putting these two concepts together in my mind...we can use agricultural practices to make soil fertile and we can use educational techniques to create healthy fertile minds capable of independent thought. Both touch the future in profound ways.
Greeting folks. Haven't been around in a while. But I do peek in as much as possible. Similarly, I haven't been out among The People much at all. Two very small children not only wear you down but limit your interactions, especially at this demanding stage.
I made a few memes for anyone to use on Twitter, social media, or elsewhere to help expose the failures of the neoliberal candidates. Anyone can feel free to use.
Hopefully, they display alright.
It's time for a long overdue rant. I just learned that I lost another friend to cancer. He was 58 years old and the 3rd friend I've lost to cancer in the past 6 months. Why can't we beat this disease? Why aren't we fighting harder? Why don't we do a better job of caring for our own people instead of policing the whole damn world?
Victor Pinchuk. Ukranian Parliament member.
Atlantic Council board member
$25 million in charitable contributions to the Clinton Foundation
Atlantic Council is a partner with Burisma
How systemic was the corruption within the Obama administration, and who was really pulling the strings?
With the bombardment of news this past week, I feel like my head is exploding.
Let's not forget that Bernie actually has a chance of pulling off a miracle and winning the Democratic Party nomination, especially given all the factionalism in the party -- of which Hillary Clinton sure seems to be trying to a$$ert her advantage.
Please consider checking out Bernie's NYC rally now available on video here.