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When your beautiful first-born grandchild comes into your life, you may likely consider all the things in her new life that she will see, do and experience. My wish for Emily Kathryn is that she find love, happiness and freedoms that will fulfill her life, and that whatever influence I may bring to her will serve her to those ends.

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KLM funds new 'Flying V' airliner [boingboing.net]
Garsco comments on Jun 4, 2019:
Looks like an opportunity to separate people on any number of bases. But which vantage point do we use to determine left from right?
Steven Crowder's Apology - Crowder issues long overdue and heartfelt apologies. [youtu.be]
Garsco comments on Jun 4, 2019:
Crowder is comedic genius!
Do you really believe that Republican/ Conservative people want to rape and pillage the land, ...
Garsco comments on Jun 4, 2019:
Door #3. Your first choice is merely the Democrat narratives they drag out right before every election or when Republicans propose some kind of change. In the second choice, Progressives see people as you say, except for themselves who are the rightful rulers never to be forced into submission.
Top 28 moments from bombshell Barr interview... [thefederalist.com]
Garsco comments on Jun 4, 2019:
#14 may be the most important “moment” from this report, although there are several really good ones. I’m really liking how Barr conducts himself. He doesn’t mince words or try to dance around in his explanations.
Trader trader trader
Garsco comments on Jun 3, 2019:
Resting places or secret bases of operation?
The legalisation of abortion infuriates many people because abortion means killing lives.
Garsco comments on Jun 3, 2019:
Is euthanasia of *unhealthy* unwanted companion animals acceptable? It’s considered compassionate to end the life of an elderly pet in poor health. But it’s still far from accepted to deliberately do so to humans. There often seems to be more compassion shown to animals than to humans. But humans that survive gestation and birth (and recent new abortion practices) will be cared for. That’s not the case with many animals born unwanted in homes that may have other pets or those in the wild that are not pets and will never get rescued and fostered. Compassion for those animals, even when healthy, often means euthanasia to prevent a life of loneliness, hunger, disease and/or nuisance. It’s a sad reality, but animals have not yet universally reached the same level as humans in our world.
Robin Tilbrook Brexit Court Case appeal for help! Britain DID leave the EU on March 29th at 11pm ...
Garsco comments on Jun 3, 2019:
It’s been challenging to follow the Brexit thing, but I’d tend to give credence to this guy’s argument. Theresa May kept pounding away at an unacceptable exit plan, but if the exit law was passed but never amended, then there should have been an exit already. Just like in the US, laws are disregarded and ignored. Are the British reps elected recently in E.U. elections valid?
8:50 AM i been up since 5:00 AM and the only alerts i have got were from a jerk.
Garsco comments on Jun 1, 2019:
Earth to Gerri: have you considered that you’re not being censored? That maybe no one is responding to you?
Okay.
Garsco comments on May 31, 2019:
I remember Jimmy Carter once said, “Nobody ever said life is fair.” His party left him. That party also seems consumed with hate, but they will deny it as they attempt to choke the life out of you.
Electoral College The States made the Federal Government , The President Position as Well as the ...
Garsco comments on May 31, 2019:
Leftists complain about disenfranchisement of voters. States that join the national vote compact would disenfranchise the majority of their state’s voters in one fell swoop.
Hillary Clinton Keynote Speaker at Cyber Defense Summit.
Garsco comments on May 31, 2019:
There may be some other and new ways to thwart security that she has used and could shed light on, which might be helpful to the industry. Maybe deep sea dumps of problem hardware?
Why Sweden is encouraging citizens to become preppers [youtube.com]
Garsco comments on May 31, 2019:
Sounds as though they’re expecting trouble from Putin.
Nordstroms, a US retailer, happily sells "The future is female" T-shirts [shop.
Garsco comments on May 31, 2019:
I hope there’ll be enough young boys that will not be swayed by politically correct BS to realize men will continue to be contributors to our society and that they can still pursue a fulfilling career and life—even finding a loving and fulfilling relationship with a woman.
Hollywood Posturing [nationalreview.com]
Garsco comments on May 31, 2019:
Of course (from this article) ... *“Netflix is in Georgia in the first place only because of the state’s ruthless capitalism: Tax breaks for big business and right-to-work policies.”*
I hope Nikki Haley is considering a run for President in 2024. [politico.com]
Garsco comments on May 30, 2019:
First woman president! —if we can dodge these Democrat crazy socialist women next year, that would drive the Democrats even crazier!
Wasn't quite sure where to post this one.
Garsco comments on May 30, 2019:
In our area, there are spay and neuter clinics held but there are still too many stray dogs and cats that wind up in the local shelter. If they’re not adopted or fostered out, when the shelter reaches capacity, then the animals have to be euthanized to make room for more. Politically correct?
I wonder how many walls we could've built with the tax payers money, if we didn't spend it on all on...
Garsco comments on May 30, 2019:
I wonder how many miles of wall could be built for the tax money being spent to chase down the border crossers, keep up with processing and feeding them, and eventually deporting the ones they can get and send back.
One Difference
Garsco comments on May 30, 2019:
Snakes and snails...
Marcia Marcia Marcia
Garsco comments on May 30, 2019:
How do you post in “General & Hellos”? Isn’t that one of the eliminated areas when we had to start posting in groups? I can’t even find a way to access it now.
Not Exonerated’ Is Not a Standard Any Free Country Should Accept By CHARLES C.
Garsco comments on May 29, 2019:
Mueller's apparent role was to keep things stirred up through the 2018 elections, even if there was no evidence of wrongdoing by President Trump. He has now extended that role to Congress to keep things stirred up through the 2020 election.
Stand at attention, sir
Garsco comments on May 29, 2019:
I suppose patriotism is just not as stimulating for some as it used to be.
On campus, unpopular views also deserve a platform, Amy Lai [theglobeandmail.com]
Garsco comments on May 29, 2019:
Those who deny speakers, with force, violence and threats, to speak and listeners to hear them should be arrested for civil rights violations. Colleges are guilty of letting this happen when they fail to provide adequate force to stop those who do this or when they tell police to stand down and let it happen.
How could anyone say with any certainty or accuracy that another person DID not commit a crime?
Garsco comments on May 29, 2019:
From what I understand, Mueller told Barr the DOJ rule that a sitting president cannot be indicted played no role in his report. Today, Mueller basically said the opposite—that the rule wouldn’t allow him to charge Trump. Mueller screwed up this report and left this mess that keeps the Dems up in arms.
Poor Joe Biden
Garsco comments on May 29, 2019:
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Making Journalists' Heads Explode Again! [military.com]
Garsco comments on May 29, 2019:
Supporting the Commander in Chief seems preferable to undermining him!
I ply or 2
Garsco comments on May 28, 2019:
Ha ha ha!!! I like memes but this one borders on TMI ! 🤣
National Popular Vote: A Threat to Western Water [pagetwo.completecolorado.com]
Garsco comments on May 28, 2019:
If you think we’ve seen the worst of presidential election court challenges, just wait for this one to be litigated. How many months will it take to decide this and confirm a presidential election? And who would serve in that position after Jan. 20 while it was being decided?
Gosh. I wonder what made him change his mind.
Garsco comments on May 28, 2019:
His change of heart is the same as congressional Democrats. Mueller must not be hindered in his investigation / Barr must not be allowed to investigate.
96,000,000 shade balls, brought to you by California - and of course....bromate ! [youtu.be]
Garsco comments on May 27, 2019:
Yeah, but where’d all the birds go? 😁
Things That Make You Go Hmmm.
Garsco comments on May 27, 2019:
“Organic” seems to have a bunch of vague and varied definitions. If pressed, Black Forest can probably stretch it to cover themselves. Maybe it’s not really a food!
Rolling Thunder’s motorcycle ride through DC this weekend will be the last after 30 years .
Garsco comments on May 26, 2019:
My only connection to Rolling Thunder is the late Ted Sampley. He published an occasional tabloid newspaper for RT when he had enough money to pay the printing cost at the commercial division of the newspaper I worked for in the 1990s. He ALWAYS published an edition prior to Memorial Day to promote the national ride and to distribute in DC during the ride. He was always interesting to talk to and his efforts, as part of the national organization, helped to bring attention to the ride in its earliest years.
Mark Steyn & George Popadopoulos Part 2. Not sure where I posted Part 1....?
Garsco comments on May 26, 2019:
Thanks for posting these. I watched both parts. Mueller made a mistake in choosing to target Popadopoulus. His story is one of the main parts of the corruption in the whole coup attempt. Ten and twenty years from now, Popadopoulus will, IMO, be remembered as the one that hung Mueller and company—or at least should be.
Americas Contempt For Liberty by Professor Walter Williams.
Garsco comments on May 26, 2019:
I’ve long liked to hear Walter Williams’ perspectives.
Under New Management Well, apparently somebody died and made me the boss. Ain't that special?
Garsco comments on May 26, 2019:
About a week after I joined IDW, I was bestowed moderator status on a medical-like group because I was next in line as the next longest member (go figure!). I have overcome a couple of significant health issues and have learned a great deal about those issues in the past few years and alternatives to conventional treatment, but I have no formal medical training. (I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express one time, or maybe I attended a meeting there, I can’t remember for sure, so maybe I’m more qualified than I realize). I notified the admin that I should be replaced but my resignation was ignored. So a laid back moderator style seems to be okay. Anyway, welcome back in. Your wit and insight have been missed.
Crossfit deletes Facebook and Instagram after user group is deplatformed... [reason.com]
Garsco comments on May 25, 2019:
Here, here!
Hans von Spakovsky: Dems support cover-up by opposing Trump disclosure order on campaign ...
Garsco comments on May 24, 2019:
What’ll happen is there will be redactions making it a bit more difficult to get the whole story out. Dems will talk above and over the news that comes out of the declassified documents. Comey, Clapper and Brennan will scream SOP. The msm won’t bother to report it except to dismiss it (shades of Benghazi?). AG Barr and his team will need to work hard and steadfast so as not to allow the clock to run out before the election. I trust that’s their plan and that they’ll do the job. The corruption needs to be uncovered and dealt with. If not, watch out for all the other maddening stuff happening on the left. It’ll be nearly impossible to stop.
I don't know what to think of this yet.
Garsco comments on May 24, 2019:
They say it’s defensive but deploying 1500 servicemen (er ... persons) and equipment that close to Iran makes our guys a target that increases the chances of the U.S. getting dragged in to a conflict.
HUD housing secretary Ben Carson asked to resign. Stuart Varney FN Business short clip, thoughts?
Garsco comments on May 24, 2019:
I’ll bet those snitty congresswomen must have felt pretty good about themselves when they got up from the hearing. Can I have an hour to impeach them?
Pelosi And Dems Summon Barron Trump to Testify Before Senate – Daily World Update
Garsco comments on May 24, 2019:
Pelosi is not in the Senate.
First they assure you our president is an asset of a foreign government, then they assure you he's a...
Garsco comments on May 24, 2019:
Nancy’s delusionalism is on full display. Actually, no, I think she knows exactly what she’s doing—blatant lies and misrepresentations. I just wonder who comes up with all the rubbish she spews. Is there someone on staff she pays to come up with all that? But then, does she talk to HER staff?
Finally disconnected from Cable, Roku is much cheaper.
Garsco comments on May 24, 2019:
Did you subscribe to a streaming service to get the cable channels?
'Murder after birth' Bill in Virginia - YouTube [youtu.be]
Garsco comments on May 23, 2019:
Whack-a-mole. Yep, she’s right.
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Garsco comments on May 23, 2019:
I’ve enjoyed WW for years in his weekly newspaper column. Sadly the daily in our area no longer publishes his work. Also liked him a lot when he’d sub for Rush.
This environmentalist says only nuclear power can save us now.
Garsco comments on May 23, 2019:
I’ve long felt nuclear power is the future we should go with. Unfortunately regulation and disinformation seems to have strangled it. Two reactors in South Carolina were abandoned in 2017 after $9 billion investment without ever producing a single watt of power. I’d like to see the nuclear debate in the presidential election. Trump has supported nuclear power but as with many other areas, the left controls the narrative against it. He’s had so many areas of opposition, nuclear energy probably will not make it to the top of his list.
Climate change quotes not often heard in media [standard.
Garsco comments on May 22, 2019:
Those are some good ones. This one really says it all: *"It doesn't matter what is true, it only matters what people believe is true." - Paul Watson, co-founder of Greenpeace.*
A Geological Perspective On Climate Change [simonjmeath.
Garsco comments on May 22, 2019:
Thank you for this article. It has some excellent passages and pronouncements. Here are just a few: *“Simply said, take away the research $$$ gravy train and politicians just wanting to stay in power and that don’t have the guts to say “NO!” and all this foolishness would dry up in no time.”* **And this ...** *“The Earth’s climate is driven by the receipt and redistribution of solar energy. Without this, there would be no life on Earth. Despite well-documented linkages between climate and solar activity, the Sun tends to be brushed aside as the driver of climate on Earth in place of a trace gas (CO2), most of which derives from natural processes. The CO2 in the atmosphere is only 0.001 per cent of the total CO2 held in the oceans, surface rocks, air, soils and life.”* **How about this one?** *“Calculations on supercomputers, as powerful as they may be, are a far cry from the complexity of the planet Earth, where the atmosphere is influenced by processes that occur deep within the Earth, in the oceans, in the atmosphere, in the Sun and in the cosmos. To reduce modern climate change to one variable (CO2) or, more correctly, a small proportion of one variable (i.e. humanproduced CO2) is not science, especially as it requires abandoning all we know about planet Earth, the Sun and the cosmos. Such models fail.”* **And one more ...** *“There is no problem with global warming. It stopped in 1998. The last two years of global cooling have erased nearly thirty years of temperature increase. The year of 2008 was an exceptionally cold year. By the end of January 2008, blizzards and cold temperatures in China had killed 60 people, millions lost electricity service, nearly a million buildings were damaged, airports were closed and Hong Kong had the second longest cold spell since 1885. In February 2008, cold weather in Vietnam destroyed 40 per cent of the rice crop and killed 33,000 head of livestock. In Mumbai the lowest temperature for 40 years was recorded. In the USA, International Falls, Minnesota set a new record (-40ºC) breaking the old record (-37ºC) set in 1967. In Reading, Pennsylvania, the temperature stayed below -40ºC for six consecutive days for the first time since the 18th Century. Alaskan glaciers grew. On October 29 2008, the USA beat or tied 115 low-temperature records for that date. Alaska, which was unusually warm in 2007, recorded -32ºC for that night, beating the previous low by 2ºC.”* **I hope some here will take the time to read the entire article.**
Access to post in popular IDW-public figure groups is currently limited to moderators (which ...
Garsco comments on May 22, 2019:
A new perk for contributing more. I like it. BTW, when someone makes identical posts in several groups, doesn’t that give them extra points?
It is funny that in the beginning of the whole inquiry into whether or not there was collusion ...
Garsco comments on May 22, 2019:
They say something today and ignore their own words tomorrow. Their playbook is to take every bit of information, twist and turn it to whatever narrative fits the moment. They never relate today to yesterday except to twist the truth.
President tells Democratic congressional leaders that he won't work with them on legislation while ...
Garsco comments on May 22, 2019:
Trump offered on Nov 9 to meet and work with House Dems unless they persisted in working against him. He’s just keeping another promise.
@Admin or other group members. Does anyone know why I'd be listed as the originator of this group?
Garsco comments on May 22, 2019:
You apparently were the senior member next in line when a moderator leaves. That seems to be how they do that. You can resign being a moderator without leaving the group, I believe. Message @admin if you want to pursue that. I personally think that’s not the best way to transition moderators. Just look at the free speech group Boo left.
I wish the Wussy Dems would vote to impeach already.
Garsco comments on May 22, 2019:
President Trump so far has stayed 2-3 steps ahead and keeps foiling their plans. Impeachment now, though, only keeps things stirred up til the election, which has been one of the tenets of the resistance. We need border control/security, infrastructure, USMCa trade agreement approval and more judges and staffers confirmations but are unlikely to get anything before the election.
China's Trade War Weakness [nationalinterest.org]
Garsco comments on May 22, 2019:
This and other reports indicate President Trump recognizes what will strengthen America’s hand in the current environment. Here are a couple of more from today: **Global Investors Flee Chinese Stocks at Fastest Pace Since 2015 More than $6 billion in capital has left Chinese equities during the recent trade tensions** https://www.theepochtimes.com/global-investors-flee-chinese-stocks-at-fastest-pace-since-2015_2931637.html?ref=brief_News=Epoch+Times+Newsletters=be5981731f-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_05_22_12_22=email=0_4fba358ecf-be5981731f-238873605 **Resurgent US Will Lead 21st Century** https://www.theepochtimes.com/resurgent-us-will-lead-21st-century_2930838.html?ref=brief_Opinions=Epoch+Times+Newsletters=be5981731f-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_05_22_12_22=email=0_4fba358ecf-be5981731f-238873605
It has to be possible to oppose the politics and policies of the State Israel and also oppose anti ...
Garsco comments on May 22, 2019:
One state or two (Israel and Palestine)? Doesn’t appear there’ll ever be agreement between the two on this. While I would hope the players will listen to the political side of the Trump/Kushner peace plan when they present next month, I tend to see the economic plan to build up Palestinian businesses as building on sand instead of rock.
I honestly could say I healed my psoriasis with turmeric and coconut oil soap.
Garsco comments on May 21, 2019:
What kind of diet do you follow? I’ve been low sugar/carb and high (good) fats for five years now.
I honestly could say I healed my psoriasis with turmeric and coconut oil soap.
Garsco comments on May 21, 2019:
Coconut oil and turmeric or both great items to consume. Coconut oil is very versatile and using for skin and hair is very popular these days.
What is your "Gangster Name"?
Garsco comments on May 21, 2019:
Bluewater
Just wanted to let you know that we did remove BooRadley from the site - perhaps too quickly.
Garsco comments on May 21, 2019:
@admin has acknowledged he may have made a mistake (see above). Unfortunately that’s water under the bridge now. Here’s a response I made in another group. I intend this to be my last word on this unless someone wants to pm me. I left another group yesterday because of some new “rules” being imposed (and a couple of other reasons). Seems it was becoming more about the moderator than the members. I’ve looked around at a handful of other discussion boards that are free speech oriented. The topic of censorship and what to do about it is alive on all of them. So nothing unique here. Avoiding censorship *does* necessarily impose rules on us. Tolerance, self control, respect for others—pretty much the same rules we should and probably do follow everyday in our face to face dealings with people is where I start. Unfortunately there are some who cannot always abide by those. And it’s easy to be tempted or goaded into poor behavior. It’s easier to be abusive online. But I don’t think censorship should foremost be the answer. Make your point and be satisfied you’ve done so. If the discussion continues, hopefully it’s constructive, enlightening and civil. If not, you can let your point stand and just walk away. If it becomes personal or a “troll” just won't seem to give up, you can say something like “this discussion is going nowhere and I’m out.” It’s more of a problem when a troll inserts him- or herself into a discussion. That’s when ignoring that intrusion can be useful. Refusing to engage with someone who demonstrates uncivil or poor citizenship is a right we can all exercise. The “marketplace” can often take care of people like that. We can make the jobs of admins and moderators easier that way as well. I’m not against vulgarity in general. Sometimes it can be deliciously appropriate or even humorous—a good thing. Unnecessary and over the top vulgarity is a turnoff for me, but again, I can leave the room. If I’m told my comments or ideas are silly, dumb, uninformed or offensive, I probably won’t like it but I’ll at least try to re-examine my thoughts. Then *I* will decide how to proceed. This may not cover all situations but it’s where I start. Thanks for taking this on.
This should be fun. How many will vote for Trump in 2020?
Garsco comments on May 21, 2019:
What will be interesting is if Trump wins the popular vote, what will be the response to the states that want to default their electoral votes to the national popular vote winner. I.e. California voters giving the Democrat candidate the popular vote there but having to electorally give their support to Trump. Of course, California isn’t likely to follow through. They’d ignore their own new law and go with the Democrat.
One of the reasons Trump won't be re-elected [thehill.com]
Garsco comments on May 21, 2019:
I would hope most Americans could see through these myths, but there’re many who don’t start paying attention soon enough before they vote.
Now that the campaign season has started, I am sure no one will have issues with President Trump ...
Garsco comments on May 21, 2019:
... and Chinese, Ukrainian and North Korean. You just never know. 🙄
Good morning and welcome to all new members!!! As of late I have noticed a great deal of ...
Garsco comments on May 21, 2019:
I left another group yesterday because of some new “rules” being imposed (and a couple of other reasons). Seems it was becoming more about the moderator than the members. I’ve looked around at a handful of other discussion boards that are free speech oriented. The topic of censorship and what to do about it is alive on all of them. So nothing unique here. Avoiding censorship *does* necessarily impose rules on us. Tolerance, self control, respect for others—pretty much the same rules we should and probably do follow everyday in our face to face dealings with people is where I start. Unfortunately there are some who cannot always abide by those. And it’s easy to be tempted or goaded into poor behavior. It’s easier to be abusive online. But I don’t think censorship should foremost be the answer. Make your point and be satisfied you’ve done so. If the discussion continues, hopefully it’s constructive, enlightening and civil. If not, you can let your point stand and just walk away. If it becomes personal or a “troll” just wont seem to give up, you can say something like “this discussion is going nowhere and I’m out.” It’s more of a problem when a troll inserts him- or herself into a discussion. That’s when ignoring that intrusion can be useful. Refusing to engage with someone who demonstrates uncivil or poor citizenship is a right we can all exercise. The “marketplace” can often take care of people like that. We can make the jobs of admins and moderators easier that way as well. I’m not against vulgarity in general. Sometimes it can be deliciously appropriate or even humorous—a good thing. Unnecessary and over the top vulgarity is a turnoff for me, but again, I can leave the room. If I’m told my comments or ideas are silly, dumb, uninformed or offensive, I probably won’t like it but I’ll at least try to re-examine my thoughts. Then *I* will decide how to proceed. This may not cover all situations but it’s where I start. Thanks for taking this on.
Just wanted to let you know that we did remove BooRadley from the site - perhaps too quickly.
Garsco comments on May 20, 2019:
Thank you for this report. I regret the loss of some high level contributors and hope some who are contemplating leaving IDW now will reconsider. Discussions on this site are very illuminating and interesting, whether one joins in or just follows. But everyone here is independent and gets to make their own choices in such matters.
No War with Iran [strategypage.com] [spreaker.com]
Garsco comments on May 20, 2019:
If this is true, it validates President Trump’s strategy and offers an increasing chance for the Iranian people to rise up.
Trump Has Begun Flying Illegal Immigrants To Democratic Districts - YouTube
Garsco comments on May 20, 2019:
The migrants are still illegal. They should be stopped from coming in to the country to begin with.
I think we need to talk about whats going on with the site.
Garsco comments on May 20, 2019:
Are there new guidelines (referred to below by @RobBlair) posted for all to see. If so, please link or copy. @chuckpo ‘s response (“Ambiguity probably isn't going to be the best approach to managing a group of people. However, I run a topic site, and I can tell you open and direct isn't more successful....” ) to an @ednason post was excellent in helping explain this dilemma. I find myself sympathetic to all sides.
Texas Resists Congress Investigation [m.washingtontimes.com]
Garsco comments on May 20, 2019:
There seems to be more of this type of reaction to federal government heavy-handedness these days. There’s been a long period of what might be termed “harmoniousness” in the relationship between DC and the states. States were (and still should be, imho) independent and banded together originally for the common good. It was never intended for Congress to exercise vindictive control over individual states.
Reporters should press Presidential Candidate Bill de Blasio on "toxic whiteness".
Garsco comments on May 20, 2019:
This JimBob image is especially applicable
Reporters should press Presidential Candidate Bill de Blasio on "toxic whiteness".
Garsco comments on May 20, 2019:
How do these clowns, especially in NYC, keep getting elected?
I am not responsable for the he/she relationship in this article, to be clear! ...
Garsco comments on May 19, 2019:
I see the point of your disclaimer. Sounds like the writer assumes a male is the default verbal abuser and the female is the default verbal abuse victim. Of course it can be just the opposite or have nothing to do with gender.
BooRadley has been unpersoned.
Garsco comments on May 19, 2019:
Just saw that too.
Apparently my questions on Censorship on IDW has been removed or can not been seen by anyone.
Garsco comments on May 19, 2019:
Admin(s) has/have been pretty open and transparent until now about IDW. I’d like to see them address these bans and suspensions. I think we’d all feel better if we knew more about what is happening.
Forget everything you ever knew.
Garsco comments on May 19, 2019:
I’m very suspicious of the multiple “adjustments” to long standing records in the climate change arena. They always seem to bolster the current climate change narrative. However, in this case,—and perhaps there’s much more to it—the adjustments apparently “correct” for earlier less accurate measuring instruments. Still, determining how to make any adjustments would seem problematic. Anyway, thanks for digging up these interesting nuggets that don’t get discussed in the general climate change conversation.
@ADMIN have you read all the post that are in all the groups made by the a hole who attacked Boo?
Garsco comments on May 18, 2019:
Most of what I've read on IDW I have no issue with but sometimes some can really *trigger* others (sorry). I enjoy Boo, AZWoman and others' posts and appreciate what they say. The provoker that is common to all this *is* rather annoying and frankly I often find him kind of boring. Perhaps everyone should just take the high road and remember the rule of civility. Or just ignore and don't engage if your point has been made.
Elizabeth Warren's plan for free college tuition would punish hard work, increase national debt.
Garsco comments on May 18, 2019:
Excellent perspective and good points. Let’s also not forget about those who’ve already done as they should: my son is on the verge of paying off his college loans. Will he and others like him get any consideration from awareness?
Does any other guy feel insulted when women are told to cover up least they be distracting to men?
Garsco comments on May 16, 2019:
I saw a paparazzi-type clip of Hillary a few years back on what I presume was a private walk on a beach with Bill. She had no bra or girdle underneath some kind of sun dress. I’m not insulted whatsoever when she appears in public all buttoned up to her chin. 🙄
The Socialist Network | The New Republic
Garsco comments on May 16, 2019:
Sounds like some significant division exists within the socialist movement. It’s hard to say how that plays out. Even more division with centrist Democrats. If the centrists can beat back the socialists in primaries next year, and Republicans can rebound in 2020 to take back the House and re-elect President Trump, it will deal a blow to the socialists that, imho, will be very difficult to recover from. At least I’d like it to play out that way.
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Garsco comments on May 16, 2019:
That’s a very interesting concept that the earth’s atmosphere is self-correcting. But the act of self-correcting has to take into account all kinds of climate changing causes That correction would be ever changing and would look different in different parts of the world. Fascinating to me.
Can not wait to see to the blood sport that will be the Democrat's running for president, going ...
Garsco comments on May 16, 2019:
Warren, Harris, Gillibrand, Klobuchar. That may be the most interesting subset.
Lou Dobbs 5/15/19 - sorry the sound quality might not be great - my firefox browser on my android ...
Garsco comments on May 16, 2019:
Democrats ... deniers, deceivers.
What, if anything, can be done or said to make people realize the corporate owned Democrats don't ...
Garsco comments on May 15, 2019:
Liberals and lefties’ only principle right now is resistance. Their politicians have the House and that’s all they need to stall President Trump’s agenda. So, they’re fat and happy right now. I don’t see much to do or say that they have any desire to hear or listen to. Seems everyone is in election mode so we are entering the paralysis zone politically unless something else big happens. There’s been too much investment in getting Trump for them admit belief in no collusion.
The Mark Steyn Show with George Papadopoulos, part one - YouTube
Garsco comments on May 15, 2019:
Apparently the CIA regarded Papadopoulos as a young impressionable stooge. We’ve seen spy movies before but it’s practically incomprehensible that this collusion really existed to protect the world order. Papadopoulos has emerged as an intelligent and perceptive player who was smart to keep his suspicions close to the vest.
What is the price of free speech?
Garsco comments on May 15, 2019:
**What is the cost currently of getting back the right to speech on social media?** That’s a battle to be won in the overall war. I’d like to think it could be won rapidly through Congressional action, and perhaps it will if public outrage is applied sufficiently to Congress. If not, it will likely need leaders to spearhead a movement that will take time. Targeting candidates for election? Millions marching with megaphones? Mob violence like that that effected the Vietnam war? What are we willing to do to solve a specific instance of free speech suppression? **Let’s start by applying our outrage to our elected Representatives and Senators.**
The scandal of sea levels -- rising trends, acceleration -- largely created by adjustments ...
Garsco comments on May 14, 2019:
This is more evidence on the con job that’s promoted climate change BS.
An interesting paper on the politics of Global Warming.
Garsco comments on May 14, 2019:
This is interesting. This is from circa 1999. Richard Courtney, the writer of this report, is a long time skeptic. Here’s a link to information about him since then. https://www.desmogblog.com/richard-s-courtney
Is Kavanaugh following in the footsteps of other conservatives on the supreme court trying to win ...
Garsco comments on May 14, 2019:
Maybe, but not necessarily in this case. From my understanding, the Apple decision doesn’t take up the merits of the case. It just allows the case to continue.
This is interesting
Garsco comments on May 13, 2019:
Probably thousands of laws still current that go ignored or otherwise unenforced.
‘No Way Obama Was Not Told’ - Former Intel Officer Tony Shaffer on Spying on Trump Campaign - ...
Garsco comments on May 12, 2019:
Bill Barr has a TALL order to fill. As slow as the wheels turn and with the obstruction by the players involved, it’ll take a Herculean effort to get to the bottom of all of it in a way that can’t be spun away by by those who will get caught and by the obliging media.
DREAMers tell of ballot-harvesting in California to flip the House blue.
Garsco comments on May 12, 2019:
There’s no way California legislature will make this practice illegal. How can it be stopped in 2020?
DREAMers tell of ballot-harvesting in California to flip the House blue.
Garsco comments on May 12, 2019:
This was reported more generally shortly after the election. Several California House seats were “too close to call” and more and more Dem votes kept showing up. The practice is legal there but obviously the Dems found a way to game the system. The last undecided House seat I the country from 2018 is NC 9. The Republican winner there by 905 votes was not seated and the election was invalidated after a campaign worker for the Republican was found to have harvested ballots, offering to take unmarked or partially marked ballots as a convenience to the voter but tampering with the ballots before turning them in. This worker had previously worked for a Democrat in a previous election. A special election primary is Tuesday this week (May 14) and the general election will be in Sept as long as there is no primary runoff.
Is anyone having a "normal" spring?
Garsco comments on May 12, 2019:
Our spring in NC is nice this year. Last year was cold in April but we’ve had great weather this year with sunshine and temps often in the mid- to upper 80s. Adequate rain too. No bad wind storms either. We’ve finished our broccoli, and most lettuce. Gotten four big heads of cabbage this week (freezing some this year). Cauliflower should start coming in in the next couple of weeks. I did have four dogwood trees that failed to come back this year after having been badly stressed by Hurricane Florence last Sept and I’ve had to cut them down.
The Sexual Identity argument is a rhetorical battle where lots of smoke gets used.
Garsco comments on May 12, 2019:
Good ideas. But sorry it would come to that.
Carbon dioxide is now at 350-400 parts per million in our atmosphere if it drops below 250 some ...
Garsco comments on May 12, 2019:
According to this graph, co2 has risen from 275 at the beginning of the industrial revolution to about 400 today, maybe 405. Very interesting that humans can survive much higher levels and plants can actually thrive at much higher levels. I do not know the source of this graph but I believe it is dated 2017.
I Support Illegal Aliens Having Full Access to Health Care:Kamala Harris
Garsco comments on May 12, 2019:
She has no wrinkles in her brain. She’d be worse than Hillary.
The Media’s Sudden Disinterest in the Denver STEM School Shooting [redstate.com]
Garsco comments on May 12, 2019:
Of course... “Worst of all, the shooter appeared to be a Democrat who posted memes and messages from the hard-left Facebook group ‘Occupy Democrats.’” And ... “The students don’t seem to be as into making a political spectacle as some of the Parkland students were, and the shooters don’t fit the narrative.”
Alyssa Milano Calls For ‘Sex Strike’ Until Women Have ‘Legal Control’ Of Their Bodies | The ...
Garsco comments on May 11, 2019:
She probably wasn’t giving it up anyway.
Klueless Kampy Kamala is at it again. She is so far out of her depth its laughable!
Garsco comments on May 11, 2019:
California, please go ahead an secede and take your congresspersons and senators with you. (No offense, you Californians on IDW 😬)
Well it was bound to happen.
Garsco comments on May 11, 2019:
Happened in Raleigh, NC too. Article from last year https://www.newsobserver.com/news/local/article210141399.html
The Rancor Desk.
Garsco comments on May 10, 2019:
I guess you only had to watch CNN a few minutes to capture this. 😁. The only thing missing is that sucking is impeachable behavior.
Twitter and YouTube Engaged in Treason Something James Woods said this morning got me ...
Garsco comments on May 10, 2019:
As long as the trial isn’t held in the US House of Representatives... It would be interesting indeed if this could get any traction. Leftists would viciously howl. Most Republicans would step back cowardly into the shadows. But, hey, send it on to Bill Barr, the President, and Ted Cruz. Maybe they would find those two needed witnesses.
Putting together the big picture on suppressing America... [ammoland.com]
Garsco comments on May 10, 2019:
Newt really lays it out here. It’s even more important to be vigilant in this upcoming election because Democrats are doubling down, even tripling down on their lies and control.

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