1. "Obama's Treatment of Israel is Shocking": Ed Koch Land thieves, ethnic cleansers, war criminals, liars, fascists! #

  2. Pat Buchanan, recall & know that the 1960's race riots were due to unaddressed, real, major, Black grievances & that the "right" does wrong. #

  3. That last tweet was due to Pat's extremely overcompensating post (, as if Blacks weren't reacting to the right-wing. #

  4. The leaders calling for more sanctions against Iran are deaf and blind to what's right. They aren't being pressed by the MSM to show proof. #

  5. Iran has a legal right to nuclear energy, even though they should go alternative all the way. The neocon-Zionists are lying about Iran. #

  6. Granting patents on so-called discovered lifeforms or parts thereof is wrong. #

  7. Koch Industries: Secretly Funding the Climate Denial Machine | Greenpeace I've been writing for years, they're Cato. #

  8. Thanks to Betty Molchany on Facebook for this link: "The Palestinians made the desert bloom." #

  9. Thanks to Kevin Zeese on FB: "Wind Power Soared Past 150,000 Megawatts in 2009" Clean alternatives are the way to go. #

  10. "Police...accused of...killings, kidnappings and beatings in the North Caucasus,..swelling the ranks of Islamic militants." That's right. #

  11. Al-Haramain's lawyer, Jon Eisenberg, says U.S. District Court Judge Vaughn Walker found the Terrorist-Surveillance Program unlawful. #

  12. Barack Obama opened protected areas on the East Coast and in Alaska and the Gulf of Mexico to oil and gas drilling. He's a bad steward. #

  13. Generals & admirals speak against "Don't ask, don't tell," but Lt. Gen. Benjamin Mixon isn't allowed to speak for it? Hypocrisy! #

  14. "Iran rejects Western charges that its atomic program is aimed at developing bombs and says enrichment is a sovereign right." They're right. #

  15. Where's the call for the neocons to first prove Iran has been doing anything wrong at all? Neocons are pathetic liars, & Obama is shameful. #

  16. Tony Blair's secret dealings with South Korean oil firm UI Energy Corp | Mail Online #

  17. "HAS TERRORISM SUCCEEDED," by Dr. Mahathir Mohamad - Che Det #

  18. "The Passion of the Christ: not the gospel truth," by Alex von Tunzelmann. Thursday #

  19. Tony Blair got cash for deal with South Korean oil firm | Politics | #

  20. I'm now following @TFFworldaffairs #

  21. "Passing on the Risk to the Taxpayer: When the Banks Own the Congress," by Ralph Nader. CounterPunch #

  22. "Passing on the Risk to the Taxpayer: When the Banks Own the Congress," by Ralph Nader. CounterPunch #

  23. Tony Blair got cash for deal with South Korean oil firm | Politics | #

  24. "The Passion of the Christ: not the gospel truth," by Alex von Tunzelmann. Thursday #

  25. "How likely is it...owners would...allow their...newspaper, radio or TV station to criticise...capitalism?" . #

  26. Global Climate Coalition was fuel/auto cos & Burson-Marsteller (PR) using lies to trash global-warming scientists. #

  27. Here's another evil group: "The Foundation for Clean Air Progress" controlled by the American Petroleum Institute. #


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    Education: Arizona State University, Bachelor of Science in Political Science. City University of Seattle, graduate studies in Public Administration.

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