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I was right about 'Fast&Furious' when all of you thought I was an idiot for bringing it up, especially since noner of you had heard of it yet. "Where do you get your info?' and stuff like that was thrown my way. That happened late may of 2010 and I got the email the very morning that the guns were 'lost'. I was angry because holder was saying that Because of F&F that gun rights of Americans should be curtailed for the action. OK, so maybe it wasn't two months, maybe five weeks, but you all thought I was a joke before the story finally broke. So, until this story is actually put down with authority, and NOT just knocked off the headlines by another obama fuck-up, I will stand by what I read, and repeated here. I get info from the National Review, WSJ, Barrons, New York Times, London Times, and other sources. I also read news from Canada because they have no interest in 'protecting' barry obama's reputation. There have been a number of stories that I brought here before anyone else had heard of them.  (Jun 18, 2014 | post #178336)

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Four years ago I posted that Hillary signed the UN small arms treaty, and now they want action on it, Back when I posted it, most of you said I was full of shit because 'She wouldn't do anything like that.' But she did, and now the UN wants data on Americans with guns. How much you wanna bet that barry gives it to them? I see that some senator wants holder impeahed. He was an appointment, wan't he? If he was just appointed, then all the can do is ask for his resignation. Right? The jerk should have resigned the day after 'Fast&furious' was revealed. Not that it happened all that fast. I got an email on it the morning the truckload of guns disappeared, and it took the media two months to make it 'news'.  (Jun 18, 2014 | post #178295)

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Feelings. Nothing more than Fe-e-e-lings. Fe-e-e-el-l-i-i-n- n-g-s! woe woe woe feelings. woe woe woe...." (I'd do more, but this is one song I don't know the words to!)  (Jun 16, 2014 | post #178170)

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Happy Father's Day to all you dads out there. I think that IF they really wanted to celebrate a Father's day, they'd do it during Football season, and dad would get control of the tv for the day, to watch any and All the games. heh. just a thought.  (Jun 15, 2014 | post #178158)

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All good information, Bob. Kathryn went to the local tribe and begged for assistance. They said that they only represent their own. She then asked them for assistance in housing. Kat filed all the paperwork, but each time, they lost her applications. She asked around and other Natives told her that they do that all the time. I'm on the clock with Tina's case. I'm not sure but I think that a wrongful death suit has a time limit of three years. It's been two already. I called Northern California Indian legal services and they said that they didn't do child welfare, or cases that involved death. I often wondered what was left. I also tried to get in touch with Dennis Banks, but couldn't find a contact number, and AIM is more interested in helping illegal aliens these days. Again, Thanks.  (Jun 12, 2014 | post #178020)

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I sent an email to Headline news. Took an hour to compose it, making sure not to use 'questionable' language. I thought I might get an email back from them, if only a 'thanks for the info' type form letter, but didn't even get that. I also emailed the FBI. I told them everything and went as far as to point out that the local Children's services might be running a 'baby ring' because once they take a child away, especially a baby, they never give the baby back,. no matter how many hoops they jump through. Example: My daughter's son Marshall was taken from her while she was still in the hospital. She did everything they told her to and more. After completing six different programs, she demanded the return of Marshall. The caseworker then told her that 'You have to go through drug rehab before you can get the child back.' Kathryn has never had any drug peroblems, no arrests, citations or run-ins with medical staff for any HINTT of drug use/abuse. They wanted her to enroll in rehab so they could point at it and say, 'We can't trust you because of your drug use.' I told Kat to fight them, and she has for more than two years. The big problem is that the "attorney " she was assigned is a 'paycheck lawyer' he only takes the money they give him. He has yet to file any motions on her behalf. I told kat to sue both CPS And the attorney, but Kat can't find a lawyer who will take the case. Never got a response from the FBI, and Kat is still fighting with CPS for Marshall. We also tried to sue the 9-1-1 operator, but they said that those people are bullet-proof. I tried to get it filed as a Civil Rights violation because redding has a 'nationality' box on their 9-1-1 screen. With this information, 9-1-1 operators can 'weed out' certain groups of people to send law enforcement to. My son Jon said that the operator was giggling while jerking him around while he was trying to get them to send an ambulance. One of Jon's friend ran down to the RMC and had them send a bus to the apartment. Twenty minutes after the ambulance picked up Tina, the county ambulance finally showed up. Either way, it was too late for Tina. she had gone too liong without oxygen. She went into the hospital on March 25, was unhooked from life support on April 6, and died om April 10. IF they had sent the ambulance when requested, there was a better than average chance that Tina survived. Nobody will take That case either.  (Jun 11, 2014 | post #178003)

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That discussion was two years ago. I contacted the RPD and they said, 'we'll look into it.' and we never heard back from them. I called a day or two later and tried to get the watch commander on the phone, and they kept saying 'he's not in'. After a couple of days of that, I quit calling them. Tried the DA's office, and they said, 'Contact the police. When they give you details, then we can step in.' The police never got back to us. So, I called the State Attorney General's office, and They said, 'We don't gwet involved in local disputes.' I asked then what useful purpose they served, and the bitch hung up on me. Got the run-around from everyone. Now when I have a problem, I take care of it myself. I told the manager that since the police won't help us, then anyone 'messing' with me and mine was going to go off the balcony head first. There's a little known law on the books called 'force measure' or something like that that atates you can break the law if you feel that you are in imminent danger. I hope I don't ever have to test that law, but without police support, I may have to one day. BTW Common Sense, I sent a boat load of codes to my brother and told him to file a indigent layman's lawsuit against the property owner. Haven't heard back from him on it. Sis finally got her trailer back. I asked her if she was going to sue for the crap they put her through, and she said, 'It's all in the past now, so I'm going to leave it alone.' Kat's like that. In 1990, she was injured on the job. She had a valid suit, and the foreman took her aside and told her that if she sued the Inland Boatman's union, then they'd have to pull out of town and everyone who worked for them would lose their jobs. I told her that that kind of threat by a union boss was deemed Racketeering, and she could get as little as three million, and maybe as much as ten million. She dropped the suit. Big dummy.  (Jun 11, 2014 | post #177999)

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When I write something and mean it one way, and others take another way, well, that just can't be helped. To understand my last post, you really have to watch the video of 'inside the NFL'. The irony is lost when you try to explain it. Bob keeps saying that this fight is 'all about you', which isn't true. This fight is just one of those things that begs attention and not enough people are taaking it serious. Look at that basketball team owner. all he said was he didn't want his girlfriend taking blacks to games. I think that that was because everybody knew that she was supposed to be with him. Now he has to sell his team. Dan Snyder said, "I',m not going to bow down to these people.' Anyway, since this began, more and more folks are chiming in for the name change. NFL coach Mike Holmgren said he never liked the name and thought it was time for the change. fifty senators agreed with him. This has been going on since day one, when Washington announced the name of their new football team. It's been what? Seventy years? Get used to it. the name change is coming, maybe as soon as this year. Some people get into things like this because it's fashionable, or the fight of the day. I'm in it because it involves my people. I don't just fight fights I can win. I fight the fights that need to be fought.  (Jun 11, 2014 | post #177983)

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What can I say? I give when I get. I refuse to be anyone's punching bag, as it were. On the other hand, some of those were pretty good, don't you think? Time to come clean. OK, I posted that N****r post here, and sent a copy to bill mayher. I then sent a copy to dan snyder, The NFL, and several teams. I got no replies from any of them, though I did call bill mayher chickenshit for not doing a piece on the subject. The post to bill was the result of a segment thay did on 'Inside The NFL' Chris Collinsworth stood up, put his hand over his heart and said, Quite solomnly, "I swear I will never, Ever use the 'N' word again." He did a bit of an editorial on the subject and then got a round of applause from his castmates and the studio audience. Then he sat down and said, "OK< Now lets see what's happening with the washington redskins." You can check it out on youtube. Nobody posted to me, but words I used and examples I stated were echoed around the league. The truth is that Bleacher Report has all but stopped using 'redskins' in their headlines. When they do team reports, they don't name the team, just use 'Washington'. So, whats with this 'slippery slope' stuff? Are y'all afraid yer gonna hafta treat 'Indians' like normal people? The Horror! The horror. the horror...  (Jun 10, 2014 | post #177953)

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Yeah. an educated idiot. Unlike bad bob, who does wonders with those two IQ points he has to rub together. bb says I 'ignore' things that are important. Nah. Polls are the politicians favorite toy because you can make them say anything you want them to. and his 'I don't hate, so nobody does' is childish as his stance against the name change. Speaking of IGNORING facts, I told bob early in the discussion that the Big push for name changes and removal of mascots Began in the middle schools, so I might be wrong with the 'belliggerent child' thing Because children started changing offensive names and logos. Keep trying to make it personal bob. It's the only chance you got.  (Jun 10, 2014 | post #177898)

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What is it they say here all the time? f you have no argument on the subject, you make it personal by attacking the person and not the issue. So what if newsflash pointed out flaws in my character? Everybody has them. My argument stands. Native America will not be taken seriously until the Rest of the country looks on them as HUMAN, and not some goofy mascot. The name 'redskins' holds Native America back the same way 'Lil' Black Sambo' held back blacks during their struggles. If you can't see that, then you're dumb as a bag of obamas.  (Jun 9, 2014 | post #177894)

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In an old tv show, the main character was asked, 'Don't you want to be Rich?' (they were talking about what to do with a gold mine that the questioner found) He answered, 'I have work, food, and a place to sleep. What more does a man need?' On the street, success is living into the next day. SURVIVAL. But we're talking American 'success', which means fighting, kicking and scratching your way to the top. The top being whatever. What I spoke of originally was not respect or success, but acceptance. Acceptance as Human Beings. newsflash says that Native America has to be successful before we can be seen as human. And successful by his definition. I'd say that newsflash is the face of most of America.  (Jun 9, 2014 | post #177884)

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and to the republic, for which it stands, one nation underdog...' How many of you heard that goofy song from the cartoon? 'oh where oh where has my under god gone? ...' Bet at least One of you is going to hear it for the rest of the day! and when you read things, its gonna sound like Wally Cox!  (Jun 5, 2014 | post #177828)

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Reminds me of when Bubba used to go jogging. A reporter said his technique was 'To start slow, and taper off.' Funny stuff. Back when my kids were kids, they used to watch The Simpsons religously. I remember one show where Homer was admiring himself in the mirror. he looked (to himself) Buffed out and clean, where he was chubby and couch potatoey. Perhaps our fearless leader has the same delusions? BTW, Lyndi. 'wife beaters' are regular Tees with the sleeves cut off. What barry wears are simple tank shirts. barry looks kinda' Don Quixote'ish in his , don't you think? also, if anybody in That family should wear wife beaters, it should be Mrs. obama. she looks like she could whup ass on barry And his secret service bodyguards.  (Jun 5, 2014 | post #177827)

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obama doesn't care about the law. The only 'laws' he concerns himself with are the ones he's making up as he goes along. He already stated that the Constitution was a useless document, or words to that effect. He thinks that The Bill Of Rights are stumbling blocks on the way to complete government control. A couple years ago I mentioned that the government was attacking The Bill Of Rights in different parts of the country. I remember something going on in the south, and the eighth amendment being run down in Alaska, and a few other items, but that conversation never got off the ground. The thing is, if they get enough materiial to challenge all of the Bill Of Rights, they might be able to throw it out with personalized health care. Fifteen years ago, or so, the movie 'The Rainmaker' debuted, and the court battle was over how much money was to be awarded to the dying kid with Leukemia. The Defense argued that "If these awards get out of hand, then we will end up with Government run health care!" A laughable idea back then, but it wasn't really that long ago. So, how long before obama and his henchmen, hillary et.al. finally throw out our Constitution and Bill Of Rights? People probably won't even notice, until it's too late, that is.  (Jun 4, 2014 | post #177764)

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Juneau, Alaska

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The West Coast

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walking on the highway.

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My children. They are everything to me.

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When not on topix, I write. I'm a story teller. Not an author, nor artist. I just tell stories.

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Don Henley, ELO, Boston, The.

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The Great Gatsby, One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest.

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writing. reading cop fiction, helping my children with whatever.

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not much, or too many things to list here.

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Honesty. I tend to lead by example. To show my sons that you don't need to be told what to do. if you already know, then do it.