October 23, 2019

Obama Has: “Reduce[ed] Congress to a Gaggle of Sniveling Sycophants”

This letter to an editor that appeared in an Illinois newspaper is over a year old. However, among some misleading information the letter contains, the point should not be lost. And what is the point? The point is, that among the truths found in the statement below, those willing to open their eyes can clearly see that we do not live in a republic. We are NOT a government of and by the people and the power structure exists beyond the U.S Government to exercise its will against the American people while the American people are incapable or unwilling to doing anything about it.

Letter:

Those who compare the bare-chested conqueror of the Crimea with the metrosexual ruler of the United States and find our emperor weak to the point of deserving ridicule miss the essential strength of President Obama.

It’s no ordinary weakling who can turn a once-respected country into an international joke; reduce Congress to a gaggle of sniveling sycophants; turn the world’s finest medical system into a failed third-rate socialist nightmare with a stroke of his pen; shatter our Constitution without attempted recourse by the sons and daughters of frontiersmen and pioneers whose blood was used to write that inspired document; and turn the people of our once-united states into a herd of competing minorities who, like suckling pigs, are each afraid to lose his place on the government teat should he raise his voice to protest the ruin of our country.

So don’t denigrate the nonentity ruler who has overcome his uncertain ancestry and ludicrous incompetence to do what no other king or dictator has been able to do in our 237-year history: He has destroyed America.

REIS R. KASH
Springfield

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Totalitarian Nurses Against Guns

Recently the State of Maine passed legislation that did away with the requirement of submission to the State and the payment of another tax in order to carry a concealed weapon. Mental midgets, programmed to live in fear, while controlling all others and stealing their right to choose, are in a state of panic telling others we are all going to die.

One such example of this can be found in a recent opinion piece found in the Bangor Daily News, written by three totalitarian nurses who believe it is their job and responsibility to force others to live the lifestyle they want and believing their murderous ways should go overlooked.

The nurses, as members of some nurses association, state what their totalitarian association advocates for you and I: “to participate in the development … [and] implementation of policies that protect patient health and safety … and establish a culture of safety.” Who died and left these idiots in charge? This is a clear example of power going to the heads of people who think it’s their right and duty to dictate to me their wants. What happened to the days when it was a nurse’s job to “nurse?” A nurse once was someone trained to care for the sick and infirm. Today, evidently that job is to intrude into the rights of human beings to live the way they choose, and that includes the right to self-protection.

The entire opinion piece is opinion, supported by fake statistics and data that is all nothing more than balderdash and biased, outcome-based studies containing lie after lie. However, I would like to point out one more thing that needs to be brought to light, although the majority of people will not agree with me.

The article states: “guns kill 30,000 people and injure 60,000 each year.” Perhaps the nurses should also include how many people they and their medical field kill each year due to malpractice and neglect, along with the slaughtering of people by administering chemicals and drugs designed to kill people.

According to information made available on NPR, the Office of Inspector General for the Department of Health and Human Services, reports that as many as 180,000 people die each year at the hands of piss poor doctors and nurses. Shocking? That number is for MEDICARE PATIENTS ONLY! A more recent study by the Journal of Patient Safety says that number is more than likely around 210,000 to 440,000.

Perhaps these nurses should turn their attention toward improving their own profession. Certainly they kill far more people than any guns do, and all under the guise of “protect[ing] health and safety.” I still retain the right to tell the doctors and nurses to keep their murdering ways to themselves. I choose not to partake of their witchcraft and voodoo ways. At the same time I want to be able to choose how, when and where I can protect myself and my family when I FEEL THE NEED, not when some nurse deems it so while at the wheel of a murdering system called Health Care.

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Don’t let personal choices about bear hunting get in the way of sound judgment

“Here in Maine, wildlife management through science and broad-based public participation is not just a goal; it’s part of the social contract. However, approval of Ballot Question 1 — which would outlaw traditional methods of bear hunting and take away the best tools we have for bear management — would be a wholesale breach of our social contract.”<<<Read More>>>

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Opinion: ESA Needs More Than an Amendment

The decades of failure of the Endangered Species Act (ESA)’s brand of centralized control disqualifies it as a solution for anything American. And no wonder. Hegel’s, Marx’s and Hitler’s ideas of centralized control have likewise failed countries world-wide repeatedly for the past 180 years or so.

As reported in the Lubbock AJ 3/31/2014 “Leaders aim to reform prairie chicken law”, the WildEarth Guardians say that “formal oversight” is more effective than traditional American voluntary efforts because there has been no “… population recovery (of the chicken) over the last several years, …”
The ESA’s involuntary formal oversight of privately owned property and its illegitimate ad hoc balancing test at 16 USC sec. 1533 (b)(2) violate the Takings and Ex Post Facto clauses and the humans-first policy set out in the fundamental law of the US Constitution to which all public official swear upon oath to God to actively defend. Involuntary formal oversight is another way of describing the old discredited European top-down central planning and control models that our forebearers fought against in two World Wars.

The resounding success of the traditional American approach with the ring-necked pheasant compared to the 20 or so years of failure with the spotted owl fiasco prove that the ESA is dangerous for America in these economically perilous times that invoke fears for our national security.

The ESA needs more than an amendment. It screams for a thorough in-depth investigation and repeal or reformation in accordance with proven American economic models of the past 200 years.

J. Collier Adams Jr.
Attorney at Law
Morton Texas

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