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All of our broken political systems » Trump, as President, is a big problem for democreeps » Today 2:50 pm

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QUOTE FROM ARTICLE:

"Alinsky’s “Rules For Radicals” is the instruction manual anti-Trump leftists are actively using in an attempt to tear down the basic principles of the American way of life in order to create a socialist society where capitalism no longer exists.Trump, in office, is a BIG, problem for them.  He’s not just another hack politician.   He, and his experts, have analyzed the entire American system of ossified bureaucracies and know where democracy and good government have been eroded and turned into the Washington Swamp he has vowed to clean up.Dirty politics are not a mystery to Trump, either.  His tweets are designed to keep everyone hopping and not sure what he will do next. These tweets are also the best way to get through the fake news industry to get the news out.  And, if you think he’s a rude SOB – well, get over it.  The trick is to surf the net to find sources of more reliable information that is covering what Trump is really doing and spread the word as best you can."

http://bolenreport.com/senator-dick-durbin-intentionally-torpedoed-daca-discussions/#more-12186
 

Ask your questions here » Woman in hijab is in hair care commercial? » Today 11:30 am

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Yeah, nice hair.  Should sell a lot of "hair care" products.

What fools.  This is without a doubt the stupidest thing on the planet.  I never buy L'Oreal and now I'm glad I don't. 

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2018/01/18/woman-hijab-stars-loreal-hair-product-advertisement/

 

Pull Up A Chair » Sanctuary City Penalties? » Today 9:54 am

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Charge them - - and then what?  I agree it's a huge problem and we need to fix it so those cities lose the ability to tell our gubmint what they'll be "willing" to do for illegals.  We should be doing absolutely NOTHING for illegals.  Period.  I hope this lady makes a clear case for her subject because if we don't get this stopped now, there are going to be more Kate's and all the others who've been killed by illegal immigrants - most of whom were sent out of this country once and then LET BACK IN - sometimes multiple times.  What the hell are we doing here? 

Yo, where's the doorman?

https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/immigration/item/28060-dhs-secretary-nielsen-says-her-agency-considering-charges-against-sanctuary-city-leaders

Our Broken Allopathic System » Pure, unadulterated FRAUD » Yesterday 9:26 am

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And no one is doing a thing about it.  This "science" that isn't really a science at all, has weaseled its way into the minds of people (imagine that) because we've all been taught to believe the unbelievable.  Go figure.  It takes professional hucksters and wool-pullers to get away with this kind of crap, convince a whole WORLD of it's "necessity" and do it for sooooooooo many years.

I've been preaching (for quite a few years now) for everyone to watch the youtube version of a film called Marketing of Madness.  Over the years, the name of that documentary has changed somewhat, but if you type in those words you'll eventually get to the vid.  It's been updated and is now almost 3 hours long, but you can watch a half hour here and there and before you know it you'll be as convinced as I am that psychiatry is the biggest con game ever perpetrated on mankind.  Please also read the book called Hell's Cartel by Diarmuid Jeffreys: IG Farben and the Making of Hitler's War Machine.  It's about drugs used for "experiments" (most of them were mind experiments) and it will make your blood boil.

Good stuff here from Jon Rappoport today:

https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2018/01/18/exposing-psychiatry-as-a-fraud-from-top-to-bottom/

 

Pull Up A Chair » gun buy-backs? » January 16, 2018 8:16 pm

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Please tell me who - WHO - would be so stupid as to participate in such a scheme by our gubmint?  This is nothing more than legalized confiscation and it's also YOU giving up your right to bear arms and all the other stuff regarding the 2nd Amendment.

https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/crime/item/28048-new-jersey-to-start-statewide-gun-buyback-program

Don't EVER sell your guns at a "buy-back".  It's a scam.

Buzzard Board » lighted remotes & why not?? » January 16, 2018 6:13 pm

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Why is it they can snoop on people all day every day with drones and phones, but no one seems to have the wherewithall to invent a remote control with a lighted touchpad?  Our cable company can make them (which is just great) but NO ONE ELSE seems to be able to figure out the simple technology for this very helpful feature. 

It makes me mad that our techno geeks keep working on ways to polllute minds, but no one can even give a thought to convenience.

ARRRRRG.

Buzzard Board » Why is ANYONE on twitter or facebook? » January 16, 2018 5:39 pm

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It actually escapes me.  I have no idea why anyone would want to subject themselves to that kind of transparency.

Short to read and a just explanation.

http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2018/01/twitters_army_of_peeping_toms.html
 

Ask your questions here » expectation of privacy » January 16, 2018 11:15 am

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Could someone please tell me how this works?  One of our given rights is the expectation of privacy, no?

Soooooo, with all the smart appliances, smart gadgets, smart meters, etc., how do we work around that "expectation of privacy thing" when it comes to going to court for something?

I need a lawyer to explain to me how that is working out for people, now that there is, essentially, absolutely no privacy at all anymore, much less the *expectation* of privacy . . .  I mean, huh?  How does this work?  Is there something written into ALL of the "terms and conditions" things we have to click on in order to do things online?

I just don't understand how an expectation of privacy can be expected when there is no privacy left in the world?

Anyone?

What are you reading or watching? » The agony of unsubscribing » January 16, 2018 9:48 am

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This is hilarious!  Starts out kinda weird, stay with it and you'll be glad you did.  7 minutes of humor - what could be better than that to start your day?!!   

https://biggeekdad.com/2017/01/the-agony-of-unsubscribing/

I gotta try this or something like it real soon . . .  I wish everyone would.  I don't like being annoyed but I LOVE humor and this did it for me. 
 

If you can't find another place, put it here » The Swiss know the score » January 15, 2018 4:30 pm

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Yes sir.  We could take a lesson from these guys.  Is this what Trump is trying to achieve with his "merit based" idea?  I sure as hell hope so because America is about at the end of her rope when it comes to giving illegals "charity".  Whether in the form of entitlements or just admission to the country, we . . . is  . . . full.  We have enough american idiots without importing any more newbies.

Like I said, we need to take a lesson from the Swiss.

https://www.thenewamerican.com/world-news/europe/item/28035-switzerland-s-new-immigration-statute-sets-high-hurdle-for-citizenship

Recipes and Food Ideas » Homemade cream of anything soup » January 14, 2018 2:54 pm

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I thought I posted this here, but I've done a search (which is quite lame at this forum) and found nothing, so I'm posting it  again.

Don't buy creamed soups at the store. They are loaded with garbage ingredients and preservatives.

Make your own. It's easy and you can make whatever kind you need or want in just a few minutes. I make cream of celery often because I use it for casseroles and because it's one of our favorite flavors. You can also make cream of mushroom, onion, a mixture of colorful peppers (sweet or hot, your choice), broccoli, cauliflower, asparagus, brussels sprouts - pick a veggie or a combo of your own.

Melt butter (only real butter, no substitutes please) and sweat your chosen veggies or brown them, whichever you prefer. Add some flour and make a crumbly mixture, then slowly add some real, raw milk and continue to stir with a whisk or a fork until the lumps are all smoothed out and the "soup" is the thickness you desire. You can make it thick or thin, your choice. Add sea salt and pepper to taste. Sometimes, depending on how I'm going to use the creamed soup, I will add other spices/herbs, like dill weed, fennel seeds, a little cardamom or allspice or nutmeg. YUM!

There you have it. Simple, easy, healthy and tasty.

**One note: if you aren't going to brown the flour, don't use flour or you will have a very "floury" taste. https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/thepolkadotapron/forum_data/forums.th/thep/thepolkadotapron/smilies/20.gif
Got that?! Use a little arrowroot instead.

Recipes and Food Ideas » Guacamole soup » January 14, 2018 2:45 pm

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Made this the other day, just for myself, and it's really good.  Thought I'd share.  If you like avocados, you'll like this!

2 ripe medium avocados
1 1/2 cups water
1 cup milk
2 TBSP lemon juice
2 1/2 tsp seasoned salt (whatever is your favorite, or even just a seasoned herb mix)
dash Tabasco sauce
1 medium tomato, chopped

Cut avocados lengthwise into quarters.  Remove pits and peelings.  Blend avocado, water and milk in blender (or with a hand blender but do it very slowly) until smooth.  Add lemon juice, seasoned salt and Tabasco sauce and mix thoroughly.  Fold tomato chunks into soup; chill for several hours.

** NOTE:  If you don't have a blender or a hand blender, just mash the avocados with a fork until no longer lumpy, or use the fork to push through a sieve and continue the rest of the recipe as stated.

Buzzard Board » Can you think of anything more dangerous for Americans? » January 14, 2018 2:39 pm

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We are literally BRINGING them over here to work in the processed food industry.  Letting them work around food is just plain scary in my opinion.  Easy to contaminate a large portion of the population with the kind of access they are now given.  What the hell are we thinking????  All this terrorism and stuff from people who have no intention of ever "fitting in" here but they're reproducing like rabbits and we'll have double the amount in 10 years.  My poor grandchildren and their entire generation will have to deal with this mess and I don't think they'll be up to the task because of the perverted US education system and all the PC crapola.  It's total bullshit and people better get on the stick and start to fix things very very soon.

This is a great article.  Just terrific.

https://leohohmann.com/2018/01/05/u-s-muslim-population-growing-rapidly-fueled-by-migration-and-high-birthrates/

General Health Information » A pertinent reminder » January 14, 2018 11:34 am

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I think it's time, once again, to remind people of what the REAL Mediterranean Diet was all about.  It's nothing like what most of the people today think.  Not even close, on most counts.  The link below shows the real Mediterranean WOE (way of eating).

http://www.tendergrassfedmeat.com/2010/10/05/call-it-medical-not-mediterranean/
 

Weather, farming, city life, country life » A great overview of why we need small farms » January 13, 2018 5:03 pm

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This was originally a story about Trump's "shithole" remark (which I'm not sure he made and there's equal people on both sides saying he did and he didn't) but it ended up being a really good assessment of why small farms are so necessary to the health and wellness of the world's people and the world's land.

https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2018/01/13/trump-and-his-shthole-remark-the-story-nobody-is-talking-about/

This is really good reading, although it's kinda long.  You'll like it - just read it already.

If you can't find another place, put it here » Why is it illegal to protect yourself and your family? » January 12, 2018 5:33 pm

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Home invasions happen all the time, and I will never understand why the homeowners are not allowed to protect themselves.  I mean, it hardly seems logical to chase an invader around the yard with a rolling pin whilst he packs fire power.  But it seems that's what we're supposed to do in this country.  Well, actually, the homeowner isn't supposed to do a damned thing - we're supposed to sit there and be shot to hell (then we'd probably be charged posthumously with negligence for not protecting our family members).  That's just about how stupid this whole subject has become.  We just can't win.

And it's ludicrous.

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/01/marine-jailed-shooting-armed-home-invader/

Pull Up A Chair » There is something wrong with today's military » January 12, 2018 1:15 pm

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I couldn't agree more.  And if we look back on history, it might not just be with today's military, it might have been there all along.  I think signing up or being hired to kill people, enemies or not, just doesn't sit well with the human psyche.

https://www.lewrockwell.com/lrc-blog/something-wrong-military/

Weather, farming, city life, country life » Split rock creek » January 12, 2018 12:03 pm

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This is interesting to read, and since I'm from the western side of SD (born and raised in the north central part), I don't know much about the eastern side of the State and I particularly detest Sioux Falls even though I've only been there a few times. 

Thought others might enjoy this little history lesson.

http://southdakotamagazine.com/the-creek-that-thinks-its-a-river?mc_cid=ead72831da&mc_eid=a4951e6016

 

Ask your questions here » What causes heart disease? » January 12, 2018 11:19 am

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Here's part 44 and I think this is the last installment of the series he plans to do. 

Next up was something about mental health which should be interesting, too.

https://drmalcolmkendrick.org/2018/01/12/what-causes-heart-disease-part-44/
 

All of our broken political systems » This will really break our system » January 12, 2018 9:21 am

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Got this email this morning and wanted to share because it's important.  I do not donate to these things, however, because sending money to them, when they have much more than we do to begin with, is ludicrous.  If the GOP decides to morph into the democrat party, let them.  WE don't have a thing to say about it that would influence them anyway.  But he's absolutely right.  The GOP has sold out wholesale.  I could see this coming from a mile off, months ago.

I'm copying a portion of the letter here and you can read the rest by clicking the link below.

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Republicans in Congress have foolishly decided to pursue a number of liberal policies this year.

They want to bring back earmarks, pass some form of amnesty, raise (and possibly eliminate) the debt limit, bail out the health insurance companies, and spend billions on "stimulus" projects.

Also, GOP leaders do not plan to pass a budget resolution this year, which means they can't use "reconciliation" to pass a conservative bill in the Senate with 51 Republican votes. There will be no Obamacare repeal and no entitlement reform.

Everything Republicans do this year will be approved by the Democrats, which means more spending, bailouts, and debt.

I'm not going to sugarcoat it – this is very bad news.

The decision by GOP leaders to take a big left turn will likely cost Republicans the House and possibly the Senate. Democrats will be energized by their desire to impeach President Trump while Republican voters are depressed by a party that breaks its promises.

I know this is discouraging, but we need to understand what is really happening so we can take the right actions.

There are two things SCF will do to respond:
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[*]Pressure Republicans to enact the right policies. If we don't make our voices heard and hold their feet to the fire, there's no telling how much damage the swamp will do.

[*]S[b]upport conservative candidates. Republicans a

All About Nutrition » Better nutrition promotes recovery? » January 11, 2018 9:25 am

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Well no kidding?  You'd have to be a complete idiot not to know or understand this concept, but I'll tell you from personal experience that our doctors, nurses, PA's and whoever else, have no clue. 

The last thing I would do is take nutritional advice from a doctor or anyone else in the phrma funded/phrma trained industry.  They don't understand the first thing about real nutrition.  If you want your hospitalized relative, friend, etc., to have proper nutritious foods, you must take it to them yourselves, do not depend on the hospital to provide it.

***We had a discussion a year or so ago at my other forum, about what was actually contained in those hospital "nutrition IV's" and it was just plain scary.  I can't seem to locate a link that I had for it and doing a web search turned up nothing (because they don't want us to know what's in those IV's but it's nothing good, I'll venture).  If anyone could provide a link to this information, I'd be grateful.  Thanks.

https://www.naturalhealth365.com/nutrition-hospital-2420.html

Pull Up A Chair » community diversification obozo style? » January 10, 2018 6:13 pm

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Lordy, I'm glad to be rid of obozo from the WH.  He was a schemer if ever there was one.  I'd be willing to bet there are a lot of people in the USA who didn't know a thing about this little deal of his.

QUOTE FROM ARTICLE:

"The Trump administration has decided to delay — but not yet scrap — a draconian and widely condemned “regulation” from the Obama administration known as the “Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing” (AFFH) rule. The scheme, which became a lighting rod of controversy, aims to gather massive amounts of demographic data on every community in America, then use the awesome powers of the federal government to redistribute people based on race and income. It's all to advance some nebulous notion of “diversity” and “fairness,” advocates say. On both sides of the debate, though, there is an expectation that the recently unveiled delay could be a stop-gap measure while the rule is totally abolished."

One can only hope the thing is "totally abolished".

https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/constitution/item/27926-trump-admin-delays-obama-decree-to-diversify-your-community
 

General Health Information » What a bunch of malarkey » January 10, 2018 12:12 pm

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Donald Trump is not crazy or deranged or any of the other "words" used to describe him lately.  What's crazy is the fact that we've let this WHOLE ORGANIZATION of nitwits convince us that there is this litany of mental conditions, when in fact about 99% of them are just made up FAKE "illnesses". 

I'm in full agreement with the very first paragraph of Jon's article in the link below.  Actually, I'm convinced that if any of those things were gotten rid of we never would have had people with problems which could be labeled as mental illness, and that's a fact - such as diagnosing kids with strange sounding diseases like ODD (oppositional defiance disorder).  Have you ever in your life heard of anything so damned stupid? 

But too many parents will believe absolutely anything some dood behind a big desk with a bunch of file folders on it tells them.  ANYTHING.  That's called conditioning, and that's what we have in the fake mental health industry.  And boy, is it an industry.  The worst kind.  The only thing *faker* is the media who reports on these false and fake "mental illnesses",  and to me that's borderline criminal.

https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2018/01/10/psychiatrists-say-trump-mentally-ill/

*** If ever you have time, go to youtube and watch the film documentary about the mental illness industry called "Marketing of Madness".  It may be labeled something a bit different by now, but you'll still be able to find the one I'm talking about, unless in their cracked wisdom someone from that jilted industry has taken it down.  It's about 2-3 hours long but certainly not a waste of your time. 

All About Nutrition » foraging » January 10, 2018 9:33 am

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I like Baylen Linnekin, haven't read anything from him in ages.  But, his idea of "foraging" is much much different than mine.  Mine is much much different than what the gubmint thinks of as foraging, too.

If I have to be TOLD where I can forage, that's not foraging.  In my area of the country, there's no place left to forage because the contractors have built SOMETHING (even if it's something we don't need or want) everywhere in the hills where there would be anything WORTH foraging.  And if our gubmint thinks people are too stupid to know what's foragable and what's not, well, there's your sign.  The gubmint is going to stop us from doing almost everything at some point.  Depend on it.

https://newfoodeconomy.org/the-case-for-legalizing-foraging-in-national-parks/

All About Nutrition » It has nothing to do with food "safety" » January 10, 2018 9:22 am

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It has everything to do with the fact that prisoners are served foods made mostly of soybeans.  Weston A. Price was doing a study on this a few years back, but I've no idea where it ended up.  I think they were studying prisons in Illinois as a test subject area because that's where most of the prisoners were gettnig sick.  I need to check and see where that "study" landed.

https://newfoodeconomy.org/prison-food-is-making-u-s-inmates-disproportionately-sick/

If you can't find another place, put it here » Why do they even have them anymore? » January 10, 2018 9:03 am

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I don't understand the "awards" ceremonies - any of them - put out by Hollyweird.  What once stood for something achieved, now stands for who can be the most gross person on stage.  It's sickening.

But to that end, if these people don't even recognize what's on their dinner plates and don't even eat 85% of the stuff that's served, why bother?  It's wasted money for everyone except the caterer - and I guess that must be the point.  Keep some caterer in business for another month.

Stupid.  Absolutely stupid.

https://newfoodeconomy.org/golden-globes-dining/

 

All About Nutrition » What happened to Whole Foods? » January 10, 2018 8:57 am

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AmAzoN happened, that's what.  Reading this article, I didn't get a good feeling that "buying local" was really the point of the new owners of Whole Foods.  Jeff Bezos doesn't give a rat's hat about the locals being able to buy local.  It's all about marketing, and he's gonna get stiffed, as least one can hope he does.  Towards the bottom of the article it tells how Kroger stores already sell more "natural and organic" foods than Whole Foods.  Well, there's nothing "local" about what is now termed "natural" or "organic" because those two terms have been bastardized to the point where they mean nothing at all.  Buying local, to me, means FRESH foods, not boxed or canned foods, for God's sake.  Who would ever think about a boxed food in terms of it being "local"???  That's pure craziness.

At any rate, I think Whole Foods, if they survive, won't ever again be what it was originally intended to be.  I'm glad my town doesn't even have a Whole Foods store because why would I want to pay exorbitant prices for foods that are readily available from our local food co-op?  And I OWN part of the food co-op (that's what a co-op is, of course, member owned) and I know most of the suppliers personally.  It's a lot like an indoor farmer's market, only they still sell boxed and canned junk, too.  But they also sell fresh nuts, freshly ground nut butters, fresh spices and herbs (the herbs are grown locally, for the most part).

https://newfoodeconomy.org/whole-foods-small-supplier-demo-system/

There are, thankfully, a lot of other places to shop.

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