Share & Aware

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What is it “WE” are aware and choose to share…??

Some things interesting,

Laughable,  

Even fun…!!

That’s the upside

The downside … well…??

How about the unrelenting callous Trump tweets … full of sound and fury though significant of  … nothing…??

Save the ranting of a not so enlightened man …

Who somehow our President did become….??

If you can make sense on how that occurred, please enlighten me…??

I find I am still bewildered on how Americans allowed that…

In 2000, America went from a skirt chasing Rhodes scholar  President to the classic – – “dunce” – – one “W”  Bush, who with Daddy’s, Fox News and our Supreme Court help, was handed the reins to govern us …  his eight years proving to be one hell of a ride for us and the world, too…

Starting on 11 Sept 2001 and continuing today June 2017 …America is at war

Virtually with everyone

With no end in sight

And do “WE” even care…???

As Trump’s hand is now that nuclear button control…

Piss him off and he’s just a likely to “light-up” the sky…

That “WE” all go with it

Never crossing his feeble mind…

 

What the hell happen to America First … Is there anything this guy does which is NOT secret…???

...What the hell happen to America First … Is there anything this guy does which is NOT secret…???

Report: Majority of Trump real estate properties are being purchased by secretive shell companies

As Arizona water officials and our state legislature and Governor all mouth … Not to worry … Arizona does NOT have a water issue…

…As Arizona water officials and our state legislature and Governor all mouth … Not to worry … Arizona does NOT have a water issue…

As Western rivers rage, Arizona’s flow below normal levels

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While some Utah and Wyoming rivers are overflowing their banks, flows in many Arizona rivers are hovering well below normal.

From the San Pedro and Santa Cruz rivers in Southern Arizona to the Salt and Verde rivers north of Phoenix, flows are diminishing as they often do in the June dry season’s peak. In Upper Sabino Creek on Mount Lemmon, flows look more like they do at the end of June than in early June, three or four inches of water are still running there.

But authorities aren’t worried about short-term impacts to drinking water supplies. That’s in part because many rivers had above-average runoff during the winter and early spring. But the region’s ongoing, continuing long-term drought continues to have water officials watching the weather carefully.

Some examples of the state’s diminished flows:

·       On Upper Sabino, “flows are starting to drop off real fast,” said Michael Stanley, manager of the Mount Lemmon Water District, a government agency that delivers water to Summerhaven and vicinity. “We’re right at the edge. If we’re don’t get rain at our normal monsoon times, we could get low flows. But I’m not going to cry wolf, because there’s still water in Carter Canyon and Sabino Creek.”

·       Sabino Creek near Tucson, meanwhile, is running normal for this time of year — dry.

·       On the Upper San Pedro River near Sierra Vista, the Charleston gauge was running at 1.07 cubic feet per second Monday, compared to a long-term median flow of 3 cfs. On the Upper Santa Cruz near Tubac, Monday’s flow was .58 cfs, compared to a normal 2.2 cfs.

·       Cienega Creek near Sonoita and Pantano Wash near Vail were running above normal — Cienega very slightly so, and Pantano more than double the normal median flow.

·       On the Upper Gila River and its tributaries including the San Francisco River, flows were below or well below normal near Clifton, Glenwood, New Mexico, and near Solomon at the head of the Safford Valley. They were above normal near Redrock and Virden, New Mexico, and near Morenci and Calva.

·       Flows on the Salt River near Roosevelt Dam east of Phoenix were at 84 cfs Monday compared to a norm of 256 cfs. On the Verde River above Horseshoe Dam north of Phoenix, flows were 62 cfs compared to a norm of 95 cfs.

“I wish they were higher of course, but we’re not too worried about it,” said Charlie Ester, water resources manager for the non-profit Salt River Project utility in Phoenix. “We got all of our runoff in January, February and early March, way above normal.”

From January 1 through May 31, the river system got a total of a million acre-feet of water, compared to a normal 600,000 acre feet, he said.

·       On Lake Powell at the Utah border, total inflow into the reservoir this year is running about 114 percent of normal. Rivers feeding the lake were running 124 percent above normal on Monday.

Does there ever come time when “WE” do NOT allow our politicians to close to door afar the horse is already out of the barn…???

...Does there ever come time when “WE” do NOT allow our politicians to close to door afar the horse is already out of the barn…???

Republican who voted against background checks wants to know background of Scalise’s shooter

 

By Joan McCarter  Rep. Mo Brooks, the Alabama Republican who took care of Rep. Steve Scalise (R-SC) after he was shot Wednesday morning at practice for the annual congressional charity baseball game hasn’t changed his mind about gun safety laws. But the lawmaker who has voted against even bipartisan legislation to expand background checks on gun buyers, wants to know more about the background of this shooter.

 

Republican senator tells 73,000 West Virginians they’re not losing Medicaid, they’re in ‘transition’

ensure that Arizona students remain at the bottom

clip_image002…To ensure that Arizona students remain at the bottom of the education barrel  … “WE” will no longer teach …reading … writing and arithmetic  … but … instead promote throwing a baseball … basketball … football … to potentially enable a very, very select few to make it to the “big$$$$”…

GOP/Republicans in particular are joined at the hip with NRA and pro-gun-right advocates

…GOP/Republicans in particular are joined at the hip with NRA and pro-gun-right advocates … this is total bullshit…

Republican congressman blames DC gun laws, says shooting is ‘exactly why’ members aren’t ‘doing town halls’

precursor to the collapse of the Trump house of cards

…Is this the precursor to the collapse of the Trump house of cards…???

Trump declares FBI and Robert Mueller ‘very bad people’ as he admits to obstruction investigation