Monday Open Thread – January 4th

Tomb of the Unknown ChristmasOur Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name. Thy kingdom come. THY WILL BE DONE, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but DELIVER US FROM EVIL.

For Thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory, forever and ever. Amen †

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193 Responses to Monday Open Thread – January 4th

  1. MaryfromMarin says:

    On the 11th day of Christmas, my true gave to me:

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  2. MaryfromMarin says:

    “love”! I forgot “love”! (but really, in light of the gift…)

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  3. Plain Jane says:

    Mary strikes again. Really good. Thank you Mary. Everyday since Christmas, you’ve guaranteed us a laugh. 🙂

    Liked by 3 people

  4. elizarn4242@gmail.com says:

    Thank you for your God given intelligent and critical thought processes. It scared me and then I saw your treehouse (after a year!). Just wow for me right now

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    • Backspin says:

      Brian Williams NBC ….. Reporting ( seriously , trust me… )

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      you all ealize these guys are almost in my back yard…
      I tell you I’d rather go out their way than the Obama/Muslim way.

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      • Doodahdaze says:

        The Obama Trespass Bill.”In March, 2012, President Obama signed into law H.R. 347, titled: “Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act of 2011”. Despite its official title, the law has become known as the “Trespass Bill”. The law potentially makes peaceful protest anywhere in the United States a federal felony with a possible penalty of ten years in prison.” – See more at: http://www.shestokas.com/…/first-amendment-to-us…/…

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        • PatriotKate says:

          This may very well be; however there was already something in place prior to this, because I experienced it first-hand .It may be that the ramifications are worse now. Recall that there has been growing “free speech zones” designated over the years – WHAT? You mean free speech doesn’t apply everywhere?

          I was part of the group that organized the first Tax Day Tea Party Protest in April 2009 in my hometown of Greensboro, NC. As the final days approached, a we decided to meet for inspiration at the Guilford National Military Park, the first National military park in the country located on the land where the Battle Of Guilford Courthouse was fought during the Revolutionary War. Three of the Founders are buried there and there’s a giant statue of General Nathanael Greene. There were about 25 of us and we had decided to meet at the base of the statue to have fun making signs for the upcoming event (which ended up drawing some 2,000 people, I might add).

          As soon as we had gathered and started working on signs, Park Rangers came up to us and told us that we had to leave. They told us that it was against Federal regulations for “groups” to assemble like this on Federal land. We unsuccessfully argued with them and did not want to leave that easily – yea, “we’re just doing our job”. So, they relegated us to a parking lot on the fringe of the park where we stood talking and completing our plans. All the while, two park rangers sat in a car some 50 feet away and watched us for two hours. In fact, we decided to stay longer just because of that.

          We were furious this occurred and it actually made us more determined knowing that we were up against a huge leviathan.

          Hopefully one of the rights we restore are our rights to freely move about all lands of America.

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          • Jo McIntyre says:

            In view of comments above, and the Hammond family problems in Oregon, I’d like to remind everyone that this has happened many times before. The Feds pick people off a few at a time – not enough for a “news” story. I posted this on the Hammond story which appeared here earlier, but at more than 1,000 posts (!!!), I figure not many people saw it.
            In Klamath Falls, the farmers and ranchers figured out how to bring attention to the problem due in large part to the following man:
            http://investingforone.com/2016/01/04/unsung-hero-dies-rip-ron-deshon/

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  5. F.D.R. in Hell says:

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  6. F.D.R. in Hell says:

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  7. F.D.R. in Hell says:

    -30-

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    • Melania for 1st Lady says:

      That is too funny. I always loved playing cowboys and indians. I used to put on a toy helmet and play WWII or ‘Nam and fight imaginary Japs and Charlie. Had a genuine Davy Crockett coonskin cap and Kentucky longrifle and fought the battle of the Alamo many, many times. And I’m not an old fart, was born in the ’80s. I wonder if I was the last kid to play those kinds of games? Sort of the Last of the Mohicans, or, in my case, the Last of the Americans. I have no idea what kids play nowadays.

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      • The Tundra PA says:

        Computer games, 12 hrs a day.

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        Blood and guts shoot em up computer games! Some that make me really queasy and I used to work ER an EMT. For some reason parents think that better for their 8, 9 and 10 year olds than cowboy and Indians.

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        • AdamSelene says:

          To be honest I do. Games teach a lot of problem solving abilities and generally have conservative moral messages. Games were the last bastion of masculinity after TV and movies were taken over by the cultural Marxists. They tried to come for our controllers with the #GamerGate mess and gamers said “you can have my controller when you pry it from my cold, dead hands,” and the SJW assault on gamers has turned a lot of them conservative. They saw the face of liberalism, and it is fat and gross.

          Just sayin’, gamers are on our side in this fight.

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          • kinthenorthwest says:

            Games are good but there are too many are way too realistic that parents are letting their very young play. These are the same parents that are screaming about violence and gun control.
            H3LL I love games and used to be a hard core MUDer from way back in the 80s.

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            • Dixie says:

              I became addicted to Mario. I was introduced to it by our 2 year old grandson.

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              • kinthenorthwest says:

                Mario is pretty good one…But some of the others will make some literally throw up.

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                • Dixie says:

                  The funny part of that is that my 2 year old grandson could beat the stuffing out of me. I spent more time in wonder over his expertise at that age, I enjoyed watching him play and they all thought it was funny when grandma got hooked.

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                • kinthenorthwest says:

                  There are some very good aspects to the games, but I am not for some of the blood and guts ones that are very realistic.

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          • mikayla825 says:

            Gee, I thought my son had finally begun listening to my rantings. 😀

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        I was born in the 40’s and my version of cowboys and Indians was Gunsmoke. I always got to be Miss Kitty because I filled out the ball gown that my friend’s mother gave us to play with. I was the only one who could keep it up. Our stagecoach was a grapefruit tree. 🙂

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      • John Denney says:

        Paintball is great. You know whether or not someone was hit.

        It’s just a lot more expensive than Cowboys and Injuns.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      You on a roll FDR..

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    • John Galt says:

      LOL I didn’t have to play, I was a real livestock management technician, started out in the poultry division.

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    • Jo McIntyre says:

      Wow. that has extra resonance today based on the Burns, OR situation, eh?

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  8. Trust No One says:

    Minecraft

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  9. FiestyBuddha says:

    http://abc11.com/archive/9378172/ Whats odd about this report is that it says this child deleted their fb page. What teenager would do that? The police seem a little too nonchalant

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  10. kinthenorthwest says:

    Good Night All…..
    May all my Treeper Family have a blessed first 2016 Monday and week ❤ ❤ ❤
    May we all have a blessed year with November being the most blessed November we have seen in several years.

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  11. kinthenorthwest says:

    Our God is an Awesome God He is

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  12. Jason says:

    some good links/background on Hammond Ranch Case thought might be good to save or review

    w w w.opb.org/news/article/hammond_witness_describes_setting_fire_in_2001/
    Provides summary of Dusty Hammond’s testimony, also provides some insight into what the other “witnesses” saw in 2001. My read is Dusty is the only one to have claimed that ‘poaching’ may have occurred.. and in this next link, the Judge admits Dusty’s testimony is very flawed and filled with inconsistencies.
    h t t p ://landrights.org/or/Hammond/Transcript%20of%20Judges%20ruling.pdf

    Last a link with several other pertinent links do documents and rulings in the case.
    h t t p ://landrights.org/or/Hammond/

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    • Jason says:

      sorry, 1 more, page 6 of the original grand jury indictment includes the info drawn to the claim of illegal hunting. Initial read leaves the assumption the Nelsons/Choate were the ones to make the claims, but the first link in post above (Dusty’s testimony recap) I think cast doubt that the Nelson’s made any such claim leave Dusty as the source.

      h t t p ://landrights.org/or/Hammond/Hammond_superseding-indictment%20May%2017%202012.pdf

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    • Jason says:

      h t t p ://www.opb.org/news/article/harney_county_ranchers_stand_trial_in_pendleton_federal_court/
      Two years later (2001), Papagni alleged, the Hammonds set a fire to scare away deer hunters. Finally, in August 2006, the father and son set an illegal burn that threatened to overrun a BLM brush engine and its crew, the prosecutor explained.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      Jason Sundance did a whole section on this you might want to post all of this there .

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    • Doodahdaze says:

      This is awesome….know the constitution.
      http://constitutionalrights.constitutioncenter.org/

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      • This is interesting…the XIV Amendment…giving aid or comfort to enemies of the United States; what about enemies entering as refugees and getting free housing, food, transportation, a cell phone (even though they already have one), and a flat screen TV? Is that providing aid or comfort?

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        • Josh says:

          What about enemies voted into office and occupying the WH and other governmental institutions? Have the voters of America aided and comforted the enemy?

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    • Doodahdaze says:

      Q for the day…What were the first two amendments to the constitution Bill of Rights that were rejected? What if they had not been?

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      • Doodahdaze says:

        Hint…Should there be more than 435 crooks in the house

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      • Col.(R) Ken says:

        “When the Constitutional Convention sent the proposed Constitution to the states for ratification, Anti-Federalists voiced strong objections to it, especially criticizing the strength it invested in the national government and its lack of explicit protections for the rights of individuals. Politicians in several states were able to secure their states’ ratification of the Constitution only with the promise that it would be almost immediately amended”.
        The Anti-Federalists wanted a weak central government, with protection of individual liberties. Throughout the first 10 Amendments, the protection of individual liberties is documented. What is overlooked is the 10th Amendment, the States granted certain powers those specifically listed in the Constitution too the federal government. “Those powers not given will be retain by the several states”.

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        • Doodahdaze says:

          Also the 9th. Ninth Amendment
          The Ninth Amendment was James Madison’s attempt to ensure that the Bill of Rights was not seen as granting to the people of the United States only the specific rights it addressed. In recent years, some have interpreted it as affirming the existence of such “unenumerated” rights outside those expressly protected by the Bill of Rights.

          Learn more…

          Amendment IX

          The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.

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    • John Galt says:

      Dersh is slowly coming around.

      2012 — “I have gotten from President Obama pretty much what I expected when I voted for him: a pragmatic, centrist liberal who has managed—with some necessary compromises—to bring us the first important healthcare legislation in recent history, appointed excellent justices to the Supreme Court, supported women’s rights, eliminated the “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” policy, maintained the wall of separation between church and state, kept up an effective war against terrorism and generally made me proud to be an American who cast my vote for him.”

      2015 — “If you judge president Obama by his own standards, he is an abject failure when it comes to international relations.” “The president of the United States has become childish, petty, vengeful against Netanyahu, because Netanyahu came to America, spoke the truth to members of Congress – and they listened to him.” “I would not allow this president and this secretary of state [John Kerry] — both of whom I know well, I’ve known them for a long time — I wouldn’t allow these two people to negotiate a 30-day lease for me. They’ve proved to be inept negotiators”

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      • georgiafl says:

        Inept is the wrong word, Obama/Kerry/Hillary (aided and abetted by such as McCain and Ryan) have been intentionally subverting and diminishing the power and security of the USA against our enemies.

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  13. Doodahdaze says:

    Lookout what our busy little Beavers have been up to just this year.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_acts_of_the_114th_United_States_Congress

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  14. WeeWeed says:

    Mornin’ infidels! Guess what day it is???

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  15. WeeWeed says:

    Coffee?

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    • amwick says:

      WE drove by a tanker just like this, and I told my husband it was bringing coffee to gas stations. 🙂

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    • Dixie says:

      Hey Weeweed…..I have discovered once again in my lifetime, the benefit of caffeine. A coffee lover from the teens through much later in life, I gave it up due to high blood pressure which (surprise surprise) now I don’t care about anymore. I have now resumed my intake of coffee and have a renewed appreciation for it. It tastes better and gives me a boost in the morning that is unrivaled by anything else. I’m now addicted again. I figure there are worse things to which to become addicted.

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  16. realitycheck6 says:

    FYI : http://www.adweek.com/tvnewser/2015-ratings-fox-news-has-a-record-setting-year/280743

    Megyn up 16% for the year more than Hannity (+10%) and O’Reilly (13+)

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  17. Josh says:

    Louie Gohmert is a good guy, right?
    I love him but I’m so confused anymore.
    He’s up for reelection this year.
    http://www.gohmert.com/

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  18. georgiafl says:

    Michelle Malkin and Mark Levin have gone to work for Conservative Review

    Is CR unbiased or a glorified PAC?

    Is CR connected to CPAC (which has gone pro-Islam due to Grover Norquist)?

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    • georgiafl says:

      Does this mean they are no longer connected to Salem media?

      Or does Salem own and run Conservative Review?

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        Mark Levin has stated he is not paid for his work at Conservative Review.
        Conservative Review is NOT connected to CPAC.
        Don’t know about financial arrangements with Michelle Malkin.

        I read Conservative Review originally to read the writings of Daniel Horowitz. He may have even started CR for all I know. Then they started advertising on Levin. Then Levin started referencing CR’s rating of the politicos. Then Levin, talked about becoming an un-paid editor or something.

        Now, lots of different writers write for CR. I assume they get paid for published submissions as opposed to “work” for CR. (that’s how Malkin gets paid for syndicated writings) but, also, Michelle has started and then sold two different internet sites, so she does have experience making money on the net.

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    • Crassus says:

      Many Right Scoopers seem to think that CR is the be all and end all of conservatism. That should tell you right there to avoid it like the plague.

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  19. I can’t wait to see the bodycam footage from THIS incident:

    Winston-Salem Police Officer, Suspect Shot During Traffic Stop

    Police say Officer Powell pulled over a white Nissan Sentra with three black males inside.
    During the vehicle stop, a physical struggle ensued with Officer Powell and one of the people inside the vehicle. Winston-Salem Police say during the struggle, Officer Powell and one suspect sustained gunshot wounds. According to police, the suspects wounds appear to have come from his own weapon.

    http://www.wfmynews2.com/story/news/traffic/alerts/2016/01/04/traffic-alert-police-investigation-closes-bus-40-near-mlk-drive/78249390/

    I’m quite surprised to see the “suspects” identified by race, since the media makes every effort to hide that information when they’re black.

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  20. Backspin says:

    I know PBS / Ken Burns are left leaning , but I watched the show about ” Prohibition – A Nation of Scofflaws ” and found many parallels to where we are today with nanny-stateism. From climate scam change to gun control , people will only put up with so much. Give it a try. Still much better than the ‘ revisionist ‘ History Channel .

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  21. lastConservinIllinois? says:

    This one’s for the Treehouse breakfasteers:

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  22. BigMamaTEA says:

    Interesting little tidbits in this article. http://shark-tank.com/2016/01/04/embarrassed-by-florida-gop-officials-support-for-cruz-team-rubio-pushes-back/

    Seems the Vice chair of the Miami-Dade R party endorsed Cruz, which he’s coming under fire for, by the Chair of the Miami-Dade R party who broke the same rules by openly supporting Rubio, may with pressure from team Rubio.

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    • smiley says:

      Florida is truly a circus without a tent.

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    • lastConservinIllinois? says:

      Oops!
      Looks like some Miami-Dade Country Club Republicans are getting the Hispanic names of their servants confused.

      Overheard at a Miami Country Club:
      “Cruz, Rubio – what’s the diff ?
      I’m sure either can cut the grass and drive a limo…..”

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  23. PatriotKate says:

    Hmmmm …. Well, the National Inquirer has come out with a sensational claim. I always dismissed these previously, until the John Edwards debacle. Guess we’ll find out.

    Jimmy Hoffa’s corpse found in New Jersey?
    http://www.nationalenquirer.com/celebrity/Jimmy-Hoffa-body-Ted-Kennedy-corpse-NE1230

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  24. rashamon says:

    Our government is off and running on supplying mortgage loans to those who cannot afford them and will be financially ruined if one, single, teeny, tiny disruption takes place in their lives. Talk about creating another crisis to send our country into chaos:

    http://cafehayek.com/2016/01/banking-on-economic-ignorance.html

    “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.” We’re becoming a country who is in a constant state of fooling, then shaming, but no one takes responsibility.

    Change the meme: TRUMP 2016

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  25. Here’s something that I stumbled across and I’m not sure what it means, if anything at all. While traipsing down some internet rabbit-hole, I saw this pic of Barack Obama, supposedly taken in 1981 while he was a student at Occidental College:

    It came from this article:

    http://www.nybooks.com/daily/2016/01/04/obama-as-literary-critic/

    Then I noticed the “Ring of Controversy” on his finger… which I THOUGHT was his alleged wedding ring…

    …but… he didn’t marry Michelle Robinson until 1992, right? So, am I simply wrong when I think that THIS ring is described (by him) as being his wedding ring? AM I just putting this together wrong?

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  26. BigMamaTEA says:

    New International Froglegs!

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    • Meyer says:

      Actually LOL on this one . . . . regarding Hillary being late to the podium in the democratic debate:
      “In all fairness to Hillary, it takes a lot longer to go to the bathroom when you are full of crap.”

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  27. ZurichMike says:

    Murdoch’s kitten gets a push from Vanity Fair. Lipstick on a pig.

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  28. marierogers says:

    DailyMail.com delicately asked Deanne if she has told her daughter about Bill’s reputation with women during his White House years.

    Young Mary jumped in and cut her mom off with a ‘so what’ shrug.

    ‘Oh, I’m aware,’ she said. ‘Yeah. He’s a womanizer.’

    ‘I think that that’s his social life,’ the eighth-grader said of the famous political Lothario. ‘And his work should be separate from that.’

    Asked if she agreed, Deanne rolled her eyes left, then right, and sighed.

    ‘Um – I guess,’ she said at last.

    Past allegations of sexual abuse leveled against Bill have become campaign fodder on the political right as Republican front-runner Donald Trump has declared that Hillary’s status as an ‘enabler’ makes the subject reasonable ground to cover during a presidential campaign.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.

    this is his first solo…not going too well!

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  29. marierogers says:

    thanks bigmama..i am a dumdum at posting pics..

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  30. kinthenorthwest says:

    Very interesting Article. Was surprised by some and not by other states.

    Here’s a Ranking of the Most ‘Heavily Armed’ States in the US

    By Virginia Kruta (5 days ago) | Culture
    http://www.ijreview.com/2015/12/502833-weapons-by-state/?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=Social&utm_content=entry-meta&utm_campaign=Sharing

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    • John Denney says:

      At first I thought it was guns per household. I was rather shocked when I realized it was guns per thousand people. The Founding Fathers envisioned a well-armed populace, but the most heavily armed state now has only one firearm for every five people.

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  31. bodicacia says:

    Hello fellow Treepers. I’ve just stumbled across this article. I’d put it under the Oregon thread, but things have gone really weird in there. So, I’ll share here. Seems dude at the gate of the Refuge is going by the name “Captain Moroni”. This article explains further.

    http://www.opb.org/news/article/explainer-the-bundy-militias-particular-brand-of-mormonism/?platform=hootsuite

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  32. PatriotKate says:

    More on the Hammond/Bundy Situation. This is a more in-depth review of the motivation behind the government pushing ranchers and farmers out.

    Also, there is NO SIEGE going on right now. Here’s an interview with another rancher who showed up at the outpost where the Bundy’s and their group are right now. Talks about how President Obama intends to declare more lands that will be some 300-400 more ranchers out of business.

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    • Doodahdaze says:

      Only until he is gone. Then we will get things undone and pay them reparations. The little prick will do everything he can get away with this year. There is no opposition in the Congress. Calling Judge Hannon.

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    • Dixie says:

      I am way out of my depth here and probably shouldn’t comment. And let me say up front THIS IS JUST MY OPINION. But I have to say this guy who is calling the ranchers greedy is jealous….and he’s making some huge assumptions. So what if the ranchers happen to have owned for the last hundred years, land rich in minerals, natural gas and diamonds and whatever else. Why wouldn’t they be considered lucky that their ancestors settled on land that happened to have wealth beneath the surface. I would say they are extremely lucky and should be allowed to harvest whatever is available on the land they own.

      In my uneducated view, they have a right to what happens to be there just like those who own oil wells in Texas. That all of us could be so fortunate to strike it rich is not possible but there is no reason they should be made targets just because they own land that happens to have a wealth of those things the government wants to take for itself.

      I don’t believe this is the reason the Bundys and others are taking a stand for the Hammonds. There may be other things involved but the interviews of other ranchers who have become targets of the government seem very sincere (almost to the point of tears) and I don’t believe they are acting, especially the one in the video above as well as several others I have watched.

      Not surprisingly, the elites have cut off the cell towers. Next will be the electricity and water, if there is any available other than a generator. Hopefully this will end peacefully but it won’t be because of guys like the one who did that video who is stirring the pot with a lot of assumptions. I hope this doesn’t offend anyone and reiterate, it is just my personal opinion.

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  33. Doodahdaze says:

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  34. armie says:

    Officer Slager’s made bail. Half a mil. Trial put off until October.

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  35. nwtex says:

    Thousands of mysterious snowballs wash up in waves on a Maine lake

    Land art and sculpture artist David Allen captured the waves on Sebago Lake on video, and described the natural phenomenon as ‘being from another planet’.

    He saw the thousands of snowballs on Tuesday, after the first snowstorm of the year hit the region.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3384248/Thousands-mysterious-snowballs-wash-shore-Maine-lake.html

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  36. lilbirdee'12 says:

    Happy New Year, Treepers ! Stand strong !
    FYI, FWIW…..Trey Gowdy just posted this.
    “This week, the ‪#‎Benghazi‬ Select Committee will interview David Petraeus, Charlene Lamb and Leon Panetta. It also announced another witness interview scheduled for next week.

    In 2015, the Select Committee conducted interviews with 64 witnesses, including 53 who had never been interviewed by a congressional committee.”

    TRUMP 2016

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  37. realitycheck6 says:

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  38. lilbirdee'12 says:

    Our Heavenly Father, Your children come to you tonight to ask for healing and peace throughout our country so that we may return to being One Nation Under God. Guide us to be leaders in Your Kingdom, spreading Your love and salvation to all. Forgive us our sins and deliver us from evil. Lord, we ask for a blanket of protection over all our troops and law enforcement who serve to defend and protect us. Bless our representatives with the strength and wisdom they need to achieve the path You have chosen for us.

    Please place Your Guardian Angels of Protection around Donald Trump as he seeks to lead America back to You.

    Grant us patience, Lord, as the evil ones try to anger us and cause us to fall.

    Spread blessings over Israel and Netanyahu.

    We humbly ask that You please comfort those who are grieving and in pain.

    In Jesus name, we pray. Amen

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  39. MissV says:

    Hello, Fellow Treepers:

    I had to come over here to get away from that Looney Oregon thread. It started out to be a danged good discussion but has since devolved into a gelatinous morass of libtard delirium.

    I hope they all go back under their rocks where they came from. Ya think?

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  40. amwick says:

    I know it is late, but Michael Slager was finally released on $500000 bail. Remember the Walter Scott shooting in North Charleston? Remember the smart phone video, and the taser? I can’t believe they left him locked up so long. I hope he has a good lawyer.

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