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Oh, they have their talking points down.. almost like

they're coordinated or something.

You can't bring up anything putin is doing because "The USA has done this and that." Well, sure we've been the bad guy but that sure as hell doesn't mean we can't discuss what the dic Putin is up to. Hilarious attempts to shutdown discussion. Got news for them.. it ain't workin'.

"And why do they think opposing potential US intervention requires whitewashing Russia?"
Exactly, it would be funny if it weren't so tragically pathetic.. and they've got RT to help them with the purifying.. a news outlet that isn't even acceptable in LBN(wonder why?)

Thank you again, Bains~

Thank you for Waging the battle against the Toxic Conglomerate Roundup-Monsanto.. one and the

same. That is always "worthy"!

Can you imagine from back in the day when growing up and planting gardens.. working on Biodynamic and Organic Farms(for me) that we'd ever have to deal with Greedy Seed Monsters trying to take over the ******* world?

This is what we're dealing with on Kauai.. We passed a law and a ******* judge has rendered it Invalid.. more people have to get sick before we storm the gates.. it makes me more pissed everytime I read this.

Federal Judge: Kauai's GMO Law Is Invalid

HONOLULU (AP) — A Kauai County law requiring companies to disclose their use of pesticides and genetically modified crops is invalid, a federal judge ruled Monday.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Barry Kurren ruled in favor of four seed companies seeking to stop Kauai's new law from going into effect in October.

Syngenta Seeds, DuPont Pioneer, Agrigenetics Inc., doing business as Dow AgroSciences, and BASF Plant Sciences sued for a permanent injunction, arguing the ordinance unfairly targets their industry.


All we were asking for was disclosure of what poisons and a buffer zone for school and hospitals.. well now they can spray the shite out of our land with impunity. The Judge thwarted the Will of the People.

Mahalo for your telling your fight with the monsters and I wish you all the luck in the future, cj!

I don't care how many Trolls they train.. they Suck at it. Check out the dif between putin at PBO..

"The bizarre hive of social media activity appears to be part of a two-pronged Kremlin campaign to claim control over the internet, launching a million-dollar army of trolls to mold American public opinion as it cracks down on internet freedom at home."


Net Neutrality: President Obama's Plan for a Free and Open Internet

"More than any other invention of our time, the Internet has unlocked possibilities we could just barely imagine a generation ago. And here's a big reason we've seen such incredible growth and innovation: Most Internet providers have treated Internet traffic equally. That's a principle known as "net neutrality" — and it says that an entrepreneur's fledgling company should have the same chance to succeed as established corporations, and that access to a high school student's blog shouldn't be unfairly slowed down to make way for advertisers"


As Republicans Concede, F.C.C. Is Expected to Enforce Net Neutrality/AKA/"Obamacare for the Internet"


Mahalo for the link, Bains

Thank you for that, msanthrope..

"According to campaign finance reports, Snowden donated $250 to the libertarian's presidential campaign twice in 2012.."


Edward Snowden and Ron Paul Kick Off Libertarian Student Conference With a Little Kerfuffle About Russia


"You know, my name was connected to Edward Snowden," said Paul. "They really wanted to blackball him, to destroy him, so they said: He donated to the Ron Paul campaign!"


"You continue to stand behind individuals who espouse racist, homophobic, and sexist ideas," said the student. "Why have you not explicitly condemned the authors?"

There was a mixture of boos and applause -- definitely more boos. Paul brushed off the question. "You'd have to dig 'em up, because I can't find stuff like that," he said. "I personally did not write the stuff out, and I had said where I disagree on it. That is too broad, for me to say I'm gonna disavow everything I wrote in a newsletter, that's foolishness."


"Former Republican Rep. Ron Paul, the father of potential presidential candidate Rand Paul and a former presidential candidate himself, said the Congressional Black Caucus does not support war because they want that money for food stamps."

Ron Paul: Full of Libertarian racist Bullshit.. and his little acolyte eddie..

No wonder Eddie gets along with Putin so well..

Former KGB general: Snowden is cooperating with Russian intelligence


Don't make me have to re-post the Eddie quote on how he thinks Russia is the pinnacle example of advocating for "human rights".. ah hell, I will anyway..

"Yet even in the face of this historically disproportionate aggression, countries around the world have offered support and asylum. These nations, including Russia, Venezuela, Bolivia, Nicaragua, and Ecuador have my gratitude and respect for being the first to stand against human rights violations carried out by the powerful rather than the powerless. By refusing to compromise their principles in the face of intimidation, they have earned the respect of the world. It is my intention to travel to each of these countries to extend my personal thanks to their people and leaders."

Eddie's a bullshitter, too.

I guess so.. you'd have to be tone deaf to blatant racism to consider ron paul for anything or call

him "dreamy" like eddie snowden.

"On #arsificial, a channel on Ars Technica's public Internet Relay Chat server, Snowden shared his opinions with other users on everything from life in Switzerland ("God I hate metric. Why can't they use real numbers over here?") to Ron Paul ("He's so dreamy.") to unemployment in the US ("Almost everyone was self-employed prior to 1900. Why is 12% employment so terrifying?") to Social Security ("Somehow, our society managed to make it hundreds of years without social security just fine.")."


As Republicans Concede, F.C.C. Is Expected to Enforce Net Neutrality/AKA/"Obamacare for the Internet

WASHINGTON — Senior Republicans conceded on Tuesday that the grueling fight with President Obama over the regulation of Internet service appears over, with the president and an army of Internet activists victorious.

The Federal Communications Commission is expected on Thursday to approve regulating Internet service like a public utility, prohibiting companies from paying for faster lanes on the Internet. While the two Democratic commissioners are negotiating over technical details, they are widely expected to side with the Democratic chairman, Tom Wheeler, against the two Republican commissioners.

And Republicans on Capitol Hill, who once criticized the plan as “Obamacare for the Internet,” now say they are unlikely to pass a legislative response that would undo perhaps the biggest policy shift since the Internet became a reality.


In addition, it would ban the intentional slowing of the Internet for companies that refuse to pay broadband providers. The plan would also give the F.C.C. the power to step in if unforeseen impediments are thrown up by the handful of giant companies that run many of the country’s broadband and wireless networks.

And an avalanche of support for Mr. Wheeler’s plan — driven by Internet companies as varied as Netflix, Twitter, Mozilla and Etsy — has swamped Washington.


Posted in LBN but I just saw it and wanted to spread the Good News! Yay Netflix and all the other internet companies that "Swamped Washington"!

I don't want to hear any crap about how there's no difference between the Dems and the gd vicious repubcons.

Our Internet

Mahalo PA

"Republicans Just Blinked In The Big Immigration Stare-Down With Obama"

"The months-long standoff over President Barack Obama's executive actions on immigration took a major turn late Monday when Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) proposed decoupling funding for the Department of Homeland Security from legislative action against Obama on deportations.

Whoa! Thanks for that CreekDog

The current crop of sad gop hate that the President is Protecting our Land.. they want to Screw it..

"President George W. Bush employed the Antiquities Act five times while he was in office, and President Bill Clinton used it 19 times. According to the White House President Obama has now used his powers under the Antiquities Act to protect more than 260 million acres of land and water, which is more than any other President since 1906."

If a gop**** got in our WH.. what do you think the odds are they'd undo all this awesome Protection? High!



Mahalo napkinz

Rofl.. Obama Designates 3 National Monuments, Congressman Deems Him ‘King Barack’

Browns Canyon in Colorado(Homie State!)

****This is from 5 days ago.. ****


On Thursday, President Obama is expected to announce three new national monuments, adding to the 13 monuments he’s already designated during his presidency. Traveling to Illinois, Obama will officially proclaim the Pullman Historic District of Chicago, Browns Canyon in Colorado, and a former Honouliuli Internment Camp site in Hawaii to be national monuments.

Obama has the authority to designate federal lands for protection as national monuments under the Antiquities Act, which dates back to the administration of Theodore Roosevelt as a way to preserve archeological or historic sites. The measure authorizes the president to protect landmarks, structures, and objects of historic or scientific interest without the need of congressional approval. Republicans in a number of states consider the law to be outdated, and have pushed for bills that roll back this authority. Congressional Republicans from Colorado reacted harshly to the designation of Browns Canyon, with one representative saying Obama was acting like “King Barack.”


Former U.S. Representative Joel Hefley, a Republican who represented the district from 1987 to 2007 and originally championed the project, said that “this new National Monument will mean a lot to Chaffee County and also for future generations as they enjoy this special place. I am thrilled that after all these years it is finally happening.”

Rather than echo the enthusiasm of his predecessor, the current representative of the district, Doug Lamborn, also a Republican, expressed outrage at the designation.

Fellow Congressman Ken Buck (R-CO) went even further than Lamborn, saying that Obama was “acting like King Barack” and that this “is not how we do things in the U.S.”


That's right.. More of the knee jerk ODS we've been seeing ad nauseum.. IOW-IOKIYAR


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