I want to believe this is true

…I want to believe this is true …

 

Going nuclear-free: Germany smashes solar power world record

05-28-2012  •  http://www.rt.com 

Germany’s solar power plants produced a record 22 gigawatts of energy on Friday, equivalent to the output of 20 nuclear plants. .

                       

Look over the list to follow and consider carefully in November…?

…Look over the list to follow and consider carefully in November…?

 

Do ALL The Members Of The House Financial Services Committee Take Bribes From The Banksters?

05-26-2012  •  DownWithTyranny

 

"Contributions from parties with an interest in legislation are really nothing but bribes. Sure, it’s legal for the most part. Sure, everyone in Washington does it. Sure it’s the way the system works. It’s one of Washington’s dirty little secrets– but it’s bribery just the same"

 

There are certain committees, congressmembers love getting on– and sometimes pay to get on– especially the committees that play a role in regulating big-money industries, like Agriculture, the Military Industrial Complex, Health Care and, most of all, Finance. Finance has paid out bigger bribes to Congress than any other sector– by far. Since 1989, the Finance/Insurance/Real Estate sector has ponied up $1,710,713,286 in congressional races. This cycle, they’ve given $135,085,054 so far. The numbers are so big, they’re almost incomprehensible. But to the banksters, this kind of cash is an investment, an investment that pays enormous dividends– like, for example, the repeal of Glass-Steagall, which helped make lots of millionaires multimillionaires and some multimillionaires into billionaires. It was also very lucrative for a number of congressmen, particularly members of the House Financial Services Committee.

 

I don’t think anyone would disagree that members of the Financial Services Committee who take large bribes from the banksters are entitled to a fair trial before they’re thrown in prison. And yet, they almost all do take large bribes from the banksters. Among the biggest donors within the sector this year are:

 

Goldman Sachs

Bain Capitol

Citadel Investment Group

National Assn of Realtors

Bank of America

JPMorgan Chase & Co

PricewaterhouseCoopers

New York Life Insurance

Morgan Stanley

Wells Fargo

 

Below is a simple list. These are the memvers of the House Financial Services Committee and how much they took this cycle from the Finance Sector. Only Boehner ($2,269,358) and Cantor ($1,051,900) have taken more than Spencer Bachus this year. The names bolded are the committeemembers who are notorious bribe takers and who trade their votes for cash. Each of them belongs in prison… for a long time.

 

Spencer Bachus, R-AL, Chairman ($1,041,825)

Jeb Hensarling, R-TX, Vice Chairman ($708,347)

Peter King, R-NY ($166,300)

Edward Royce, R-CA ($681,685)

Frank Lucas, R-OK ($154,500)

Ron Paul, R-TX ($872,406)

Donald Manzullo, R-IL ($162,729)

Walter Jones, R-NC ($43,000)

Judy Biggert, R-IL ($374,094)

Gary Miller, R-CA ($146,970)

Shelley Moore Capito, R-WV ($240,700)

Scott Garrett, R-NJ ($630,370)

Randy Neugebauer, R-TX ($383,683)

Patrick McHenry, R-NC ($295,350)

John Campbell, R-CA ($292,750)

Michele Bachmann, R-MN ($262,213)

Thaddeus G. McCotter, R-MI ($103,250)

Kevin McCarthy, R-CA ($649,247)

Stevan Pearce, R-NM ($91,550)

Bill Posey, R-FL ($167,050)

Michael Fitzpatrick, R-PA ($208,750)

Lynn Westmoreland, R-GA ($191,635)

Blaine Luetkemeyer, R-MO ($234,385)

Bill Huizenga, R-MI ($183,790)

Sean Duffy, R-WI ($272,684)

Nan Hayworth, R-NY ($503,371)

James Renacci, R-OH ($299,484)

Robert Hurt, R-VA ($262,982)

Robert Dold, R-IL ($635,350)

David Schweikert, R-AZ ($359,000)

Michael Grimm, R-NY ($421,281)

Francisco "Quico" Canseco, R-TX ($304,226)

Steve Stivers, R-OH ($508,210)

Stephen Fincher, R-TN ($303,813)

Barney Frank, D-MA, Ranking Member ($285,250)

Maxine Waters, D-CA ($19,200)

Carolyn Maloney, D-NY ($409,323)

Luis Gutierrez, D-IL ($58,750)

Nydia Velázquez, D-NY ($116,000)

Melvin Watt, D-NC ($103,750)

Gary Ackerman, D-NY ($107,100)

Brad Sherman, D-CA ($217,400)

Gregory Meeks, D-NY ($197,000)

Michael Capuano, D-MA ($60,350)

Rubén Hinojosa, D-TX ($26,700)

William Lacy Clay, D-MO ($58,850)

Carolyn McCarthy, D-NY ($214,460)

Joe Baca, D-CA ($77,301)

Stephen Lynch, D-MA ($50,500)

Brad Miller, D-NC ($45,000)

David Scott, D-GA ($139,120)

Al Green, D-TX ($33,900)

Emanuel Cleaver, D-MO ($112,739)

Gwen Moore, D-WI ($138,805)

Keith Ellison, D-MN ($84,812)

Ed Perlmutter, D-CO ($358,556)

Joe Donnelly, D-IN ($121,561)

André Carson, D-IN ($94,927)

James Himes, D-CT ($623,449)

Gary Peters, D-MI ($280,750)

John Carney, Jr., D-DE ($224,250)

 

BETTER ??? WHO DON’T THEY OWN ???

 

Germier Than Toilet Seats, But You Touch Them Every Day

…What and where they are just might surprise you…

 

Germier Than Toilet Seats, But You Touch Them Every Day

 

READ COMPLETE ARTICLE HEREhttp://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/05/27/mrsa-on-common-places.aspx?e_cid=20120527_SNL_Art_1

What do restaurant menus, hands-free faucets, ATM machines and your physician’s scrubs have in common? They are all among the "germiest" objects on Earth.

Yes, really.         As much as you might like to give the gold medal to toilet seats when it comes to squeamishly germ-ridden locations, science suggests there are much "germier" places that you’re probably frequenting daily.

For example, one study found that each key on an ATM keypad harbors 1,200 germs, including E. coli and cold and flu viruses. The worst button is the "Enter" button, because everyone has to touch it. Flu viruses can survive on hard surfaces such as restaurant menus for as long as 18 hours, according to an article in Mental Flossi. Some of the other dirtiest places and objects might surprise you:

·         Hospitals

·         Lemon Slices in Restaurant Drinks

·         Hotel RoomGlasses

·         Kitchen Cloths and Sponges

·         Faucets and Sink Drains

·         Toothbrushes

·         Food Court Tables

·         Fitting Rooms

·         Restaurant Condiment

·         Toy Stores

·         Hotel Bedspreads and Pillows

·         Light Switches

·         Drinking Fountains

·         Wet laundryafter it’s been washed

·         Escalator Handrails

·         Shopping Cart Handles

·         Handbag Bottoms

·         Gadget Shops

·         Remote Controlsand Computer Keyboards

·         Door Knobs and Handles

·         Cutting Boards

·         Playground Equipment (Swings, Slides and Monkey Bars)

·         Shopping Cart Handles

·         Makeup Samples

 

disgruntled pharmaceutical whacko

…Most likely a position to follow was taken by a disgruntled pharmaceutical whacko don’t you reckon…?

 

Is The Pharmaceutical Cure Part of the Disease?

05-26-2012  •  http://wakeup-world.com, By Dylan Charles

My flight from the American healthcare system began in my late twenties during a period of severe personal crisis, mostly mental. 

 

TO BE FOREWARNED IS TO BE FOREARMED …

 www.authenticallywired.comin the end it’s all about disclosure & transparency … (do not automatically accept or reject what I write … do your own research … by the same token do not automatically accept or reject what any “official” says either) … contemplate then draw your own conclusion

 

…TO BE FOREWARNED IS TO BE FOREARMED …

 

May 31, 2012

PUBLIC MEETING: Water Quality Division:

Onsite Wastewater Advisory Committee (OWAC) Product Listing Subcommittee

12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Teleconference, (928) 442-5629

Agenda
David Burchard, (602) 771-4298

 

 

YES … I know this is not what you want to believe

…YES … I know this is not what you want to believe, but, just might there be validity in this conclusion…?

 

5 Ways Public Schools Prepare Us For Prison Life

05-25-2012  •  http://govtslaves.info, Rhonda Robinson

It didn’t occur to me that the six-foot fence around the perimeter was meant to keep me in. That is, until the day I decided to leave.

These headlines and articles accurately reflect the current prevailing attitude of MORALITY in Arizona and perhaps just as pervasive in the rest of America …

 www.authenticallywired.comin the end it’s all about disclosure & transparency … (do not automatically accept or reject what I write … do your own research … by the same token do not automatically accept or reject what any “official” says either) … contemplate then draw your own conclusion

 

 

clip_image002…Making time to attempt to fully digest and contemplate the implications in these headlines and articles an integrated belief and response mechanism resonates for me which perhaps at this time is unconscious and dormant in most…

 

… These articles make perfect sense, especially in Arizona where our Governor Jan Brewer and our State Legislature essentially eviscerate funding for education, health care for the poor & indigent, capitulate and pander to for-profit-corporate-prison-operators, cater to “pro” sport operators, pass laws violating the inalienable rights of all humans (most notably those they summarily declare “illegals”), refuse to legitimately address a legislature and regulator system awash in “gifting” from lobbyists and campaign contributors…

 

… These headlines and articles accurately reflect the current prevailing attitude of MORALITY in Arizona and perhaps just as pervasive in the rest of America …  

 

Real federal deficit dwarfs official tally

…No surprise after all our government’s city, county, state, federal all play fast & loose with “budgeting” and what they note passes for full disclosure and transparency … but “we” don’t seem to care…

 

Real federal deficit dwarfs official tally

05-25-2012  •  USA Today

The typical American household would have paid nearly all of its income in taxes last year to balance the budget if the government used standard accounting rules to compute the deficit, a USA TODAY analysis finds. 

 

Robbing the public’s piggy-bank is not the high road of public service morality…

 www.authenticallywired.comin the end it’s all about disclosure & transparency … (do not automatically accept or reject what I write … do your own research … by the same token do not automatically accept or reject what any “official” says either) … contemplate then draw your own conclusion

 

 

clip_image002…Margie, the author of this letter to the editor very succinctly sums up the “payola” fiasco surrounding the lingering payment to Mary Rose Wilcox she reputedly endured as pain and suffering tolerated to serve you and me…

 

… Margie is correct, Mary Rose Wilcox a career politician, knew or should have known the degree to which as a County Supervisor she would be held accountable as well as subject to exposure to mental anguish by constituents or other members of the government’s political machinery…

 

…There is no way in hell Mary Rose Wilcox deserve one dime from the public coffers, if she feels she was unduly harassed by Andrew Thomas and Joe Arpaio … let her as a private citizen go after them…

 

… Robbing the public’s piggy-bank is not the high road of public service morality…

 

 

to get them into the corporate-police-data-base

… Hey, it’s a way to begin to get them into the corporate-police-data-base so they can be tracked … next will come the RFID implants … Welcome to America … land of the free and home of the brave … what a joke …

 

Immigrant Tracking Moves Deeper Into Realm of Sci-Fi

Elena Shore, New America Media: "Immigrant rights groups in Los Angeles are reporting that LAPD officers used handheld devices to scan the fingerprints of day laborers on the street corners. The incident, they say, raises serious concerns over privacy rights. ‘These day laborers are not suspected of any criminal activity that we know of,’ said Jennifer Lynch, author of a new report released Wednesday by the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Immigration Policy Center that describes the episode."

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