Monday, December 31, 2018

Glyphosate China

Most from China communists
Who want to kill you expensively

GMO
Rounup
Cheap everywhere
Poison in foods clothes phones guns ammo
We are at war
Tarrifs are good
Close all ports
Make what we need organic
Like 50 years ago


http://www.cnchemicals.com/Newsletter/NewsletterDetail_14.html

Scarcity of fruit millions of years ago could have caused loss of enzyme that prevents gout

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2014-02-scarcity-fruit-millions-years-loss.html

Stingray Tracking Devices: Who's Got Them? | American Civil Liberties Union

Probably stingray parts made in Communist China who wants to kill all USA taxpayers.
Taxpayers pay for their own extermination.
 Waste of Taxpayer Money.

Following phones enables crime, 
Does not stop crime.
If the cops got stingray then so do Russians, Nazis, Jews, illegals, criminals, communists, Naziphobes, homophobes,…
Cops must follow the money $$$$ to find the criminals.
If cops fry their brains with phones then they will become stupid and not be able to learn accounting so criminals will never get caught.
Why so much crime, most not reported.

Keep your cell phone turned off and locked in a steel box.
Take it out only when needed.
Smart people use dumb phones without data - zero data cannot be hacked.
Fax is rare so hard to hack and not worth criminals effort to try to hack Fax I will study Fax.

Talk in person not on phones.
If you make calls get a rotary dial home phone and connect it through wire POTS plain old telephone service.
Or a $5 walmart plastic phone

Get rid of any cordless phones as they blast your brain with electrons as planned.
Idiots, cancer victims cannot be a threat to communist socialist fascist politicians.
Cancer helps fund the medicare industrial establishment that pays corrupt politicians.
Cordless phones do not work well, nor do cell phones:
 cut out, static, buzzing, etc.
Old wired phones were better, rotary dial, push button dial,...

POTS plain old telephone service copper line can give you 56K dial-up internet that is all you need.
Only costs $10 per month such as http://www.copper.net
Old copper wire does all - already installed in all old houses.
Harder to hack and at 56K it can do much less theft of data if it does get hacked.

It is also harder for Russians and Communists and criminals to access that copper wire than broadband internet.
Anything wireless is a security threat, easy to hijack:
WIFI, bluetooth, cordless phones, cell phones, etc.
Turn it off, toss it, put in airplane mode, put in steel box….

Smart people use dumb phones. Or no phone.

I have really reduced my computer use in the 3 years since I got hacked.
Converted to cell phone minimal plan my only home internet connection iPhone-iMac usb plugin and a wifi hotspot for Chromebook.
I have lots of outside places for high-speed internet for my many devices that I rarely use:
college, library, hospital, gym.
Modern devices are mostly defective so need constant security updates that do not work.
I turn them on and let them update.
Don't put any valuables on those devices.
Don't use any apps beyond what comes with the device.

Use real paper books, newspapers, etc.
If you find anything good on the internet then write it down with pencil and paper.
Review periodically and you will find out you learn little electronically.
It was all just a dopamine surge fake news you already agreed with.
Talking heads on TV are mostly idiots not pundits.
Talking is the last ability you lose with Alzheimers, dementia, etc.
There is a difference between work and entertainment.
Learning takes work.
Get out paper and pencil and write down what you learned.
Compare with other written facts you can find in the library.

From: John 

MISSOURI

Local police have cell site simulators

Local Police

ALASKA

Local police have cell site simulators

Local Police

Click the main link at the TOP to see much more.

John



Sunday, December 30, 2018

Calculating the square root of 8-bit binary number - Electrical Engineering Stack Exchange


ny help, but there's an ingeniously simple way to calculate a square root:

unsigned char sqrt(unsigned char num)  {      unsigned char op  = num;      unsigned char res = 0;      unsigned char one = 0x40;        while (one > op)          one >>= 2;        while (one != 0)      {          if (op >= res + one)          {              op -= res + one;              res = (res >> 1) + one;          }          else          {              res >>= 1;          }            one >>= 2;      }      return res;  }  

I don't know much about what can and can't be done in sequential logic, but since this algorithm finishes in just 4 loops, you might be able to implement it in 4 stages.

Friday, December 28, 2018

Sliding Into Deep Socialism/Communism - EU outlaws gender-biased phrases such as 'man-made' and 'manpower' | Daily Mail Online

If the west outlaws sex then the communists globalists win.
Do anything to stop reproduction and kill who you can by addictive sugar, flour, electronics, fossil fuels.

Communist China will be the winner.
Allied with Soros Deep State Bill Clinton Walmart Democrats to exterminate those left by addictive sugar, flour, electronics, fossil fuels.

Republican establishment outlaw abortion so Democrats reproduce like rabbits and grow up to hate Republicans.
Add to communist pressure in many states flipping blue.
Communist China will win.
Russia won't have to hack elections - there will be no elections.
Red Dictator for life.
World wide Communism.

Thursday, December 27, 2018

Re: Mormon sugar beet seed GMO Cancer glyphosate Marijuana Idaho

Illegal in upscale European Countries proven cancer causing and other harmful health effects
Glyphosate = Roundup = GMO genetically modified Organism now owned by Communist China who wants you dead.

Why population is dropping in farm country,
Why I sold my Kansas Farm.
The whole state is a goner.
Wheat is not GMO but they dump glyphosate on it to kill it , dry the wheat plant right before harvesting to make it easy for the machinery.
Many crops the same way, lentils, etc.
Why people go crazy, transgender, many strange ailments chemicals.

One advantage of Las Vegas Sin city hell hole it is too hot and dry to farm anything so is Organic.
But watch out, they may use it on lawns, parking lots.
I see fat slobs in parking lots dump roundup on little weeds poking thru cracks too lazy and sick to pull the stupid plant from root that would do a better job and give exercise.

Honolulu is more organic.
Why Hawaii lives longer.

Marijuana is not organic, often uses fantastic amounts of chemicals.
Coffee is usually not organic, the most pesticide food in the standard American diet.

Grow your own on big Island Hawaii.
You can get some lots fairly affordable and lots of natural rain clean water.
Go completely organic.

Colorado, parts of Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, Arkansas, Arizona are very rugged mostly non-farmable, organic
but you may be able to find a patch of land with water to grow your own food.

If they legalize marijuana in a state then every illegal alien in North America will come and grow pot and dump chemicals everywhere in the water supply.
Sell and get out ASAP if they legalize marijuana you cannot escape those chemicals, guns, criminals.

Every casino has LED light to destroy your vision, manipulate your brain hormones.
Chemicals dumped into air, air conditioning to manipulate your brain.
Helps grow fungus in the air hurt your lungs they don't care e.g. Legionaires disease.
Sin city addicts gambling tobacco sex alcohol often go transgender die cancer who cares.
Avoid the area.
Seek good weather year round.

I am curious how Idaho Mormons can survive and reproduce with massive ag chemicals.
Must be sober and know how to handle chemicals that blow east to Kansas.
Snake river polluted?
Beautiful state Idaho rugged in summer, and ski resorts in winter, the largest area in 48 states with no roads at all, no people.
Freeways to Phoenix Tucson San Diego in the winter not as warm as Florida or Hawaii.

Our rivers around here are fairly clean.
Central Arkansas Fairfield bay the cleanest, no people at all, no roads.

Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Mormon sugar beet seed producer expands its Kimberly research facility – Idaho

All beet sugar weaponized with glyphosate in Mormon fields.

Population replacement?

Mexicans Mormons Muslims.



https://idahobusinessreview.com/2018/08/01/nationals-largest-sugar-beet-seed-producer-expands-its-kimberly-research-facility/

Merry Xmas. Happy Hanukah. Kool Kwanza. Invader holidays.

Bright sunny weather 
55 before noon
days getting longer, 
44 degrees at 4:44 pm yesterday 
mostly above freezing for weeks?

I paid $1.77 for gasoline at station with help wanted sign at $11 per hour.
That is over 6 gallons per hour of work 
11/1.779 = 6.183249

In 1967 I paid 36 cents at the same time working minimum wage $1.30 per hour.
That was only about half as many gallons of gas per hour of work 
1.30/.369 = 3.6230352

deflation
Price of gasoline has been falling over 1 per cent per year for a half century.
ln(3.6230352/6.183249)/51 = -0.010481

Trump needs to stop deflation to make America great again.
Back in 1967 half the population walked to work and were healthier and smarter and less addicted.
Increase the price of gasoline by cutting the supply of gasoline:
ban any imports of gasoline or oil.
ban any new oil wells.
Etc.

Also increase the demand for gasoline by banning any substitutes for gasoline:
ban ethanol.
ban electric cars.
ban hybrid cars.
ban motorcycles because their mileage is too good.
ban diesel engines because their mileage is too good.
increase the speed limits to burn more gasoline
Nationwide annual smog check to force polluters to slap on mileage reducing pollution abatement equipment on all engines

Bomb Iran and other oil producing countries so they stop oil production.
Obama was not serious on inflation to stop addictions gas price dropped to $2 around here and bags of heroin real cheap.
Trump is deflating the stock market but gas prices keep falling so is a flop so far.
Retirees can now work past age 70 and keep their full social security check.
Work can grow your brain and increase health, especially outdoor hard physical work.

Texas is great for young people looking for an education or jobs.
I was thinking about moving to San Marcos Texas
but I am giving up on Texas because Texas gets too hot, over 100 degrees, too far from ocean.
I almost moved to College Station Texas in 2009 but did not because of the heat.
Florida is surrounded by water and 1000 miles of beaches.
Keeps the heat down and lots of rain less drought SHTF potential.
A lid on the temperature at 90 degrees.
Hawaii is even better.
If Florida is too hot then move to Hawaii.
Skin is a solar panel for your health
Get outdoors and socialize, play volleyball, bikini inspection every day at noon.
If it gets too hot or too cold then sheeple stay indoors suffer from electronics addiction, sugar flour salt addiction, fossil fuels addiction air conditioners heaters….
Choose life, not addictions, doctors, hospitals,...

Georgia is a cooler version of Florida without the beaches but the largest engineering college in the USA, top 4 in quality and largest airport, good economy.
I have no experience in the southeast.
May be time to learn.
But that collides with my goal to run Pikes Peak Marathon 14,000 foot elevation.
May be possible to do both while working on hard math project?

Sheeple are called sheeple because they graze what the shepherd points them too.
They cannot think on their own brain destroyed by addictions electronics salt sugar flour drugs alcohol tobacco heroin marijuana cocaine meth...
The great Obama provides checks, fiat money, government "jobs", loans for electronics, cars, houses, college, travel.
They have no idea how it all works, they just consume and think and behave the way hollywood teaches via TV, radio, movies, Facebook, google, twitter,…
Sodom and Gomorrah was good until SHTF.

Cabelas is owned by Bass Pro HQ Springfield Missouri Wonders of Wildlife + Aquarium.
Huge.
Fat sick people attend by burning fossil fuels and ignoring the great outdoors.
Herd those sheeple into cities where they can learn to walk again and maybe work.
Hunting and fishing interferes with the natural environment 
fossil fuels to get to hunt fish sites too 
poles guns lures mostly imported toxic Muslim fossil fuels to get here
$3000 electric bikes at Bass Pro


Ron  wrote:
Took a drive up I35 to San Marcos, Texas today.
Visited the Cabelas.
Thought I was at the SF Museum of Natural history.

Ron

Sunday, December 23, 2018

Saturday, December 22, 2018

Pension risk California Fwd: Crash on Wall-Street


Does not make sense.

Increasing interest rates clobber the stock and bond markets as history has shown over and over again.

Pensions invest in stocks and bonds 
so pensions will get clobbered as interest rates rise.
Fed is hurting pensions not saving pensions.

California CalPERS CalSTRS is the biggest pension and will be hurt the most after getting rich under Obama fat lazy.

At the same time that California tax inflows will be cut due to the crash.
California $$ tax inflows are very dependent on a few rich people in Silicon Valley and Hollywood getting rich off tech boom.
They don't mind paying California taxes because they are getting so much money out of California.
When stock market Crashes California budget gets clobbered as less tax income meets more welfare payouts unemployed.

State of California will need to chip in more to the pensions at the same time tax revenues falling by funding formula.
Looming California bankruptcy.
It may hit this year, partially,
 due to investors selling at a tax loss before year end to cancel winnings early in the year why market is crashing now.
Stock market is the best leading indicator.
Recession ahead democrat Pelosi takeover.

If Fed keeps rates rising next year stock market will fall even more 
so pensions and California even worse.

Better get out of California before the crash.
Door is slamming shut.
Escape from Sodom and Gomorrah.

Leftist socialist deep state Fed may try to hurt Trump but will nuke California Pensions in the process what a bunch of self defeating idiots!
Under Obama zero interest rates meant a straight upward trajectory.
Now with 2% interest rates that means the trajectory has changed.
Not a whole lot but enough to consider what has changed.
Downward pressure.
Irrational sheeple heading for the door may cause a crash
and nuke California, Oregon, Nevada, and nearby states in the process many near bankrupt states grown dependent on tech boom times.


From: Ron

Per Martin Armstrong there is a war over interest rates between the ECB and the Fed.

The Fed is raising interest rates to save pensions in the US as interest rates last year were at 5000 year lows.

The ECB and Bank of England want to keep rates low for liquidity between banks and keep debts on the ECBs books low. 

The ECB is at much more risk than the Fed as confidence in the Euro wanes with growing nationalists uprisings in EU countries. 

Ron

 joe wrote:
Deep state federal reserve wants to kill the Trump boom. 

After 8 years of zero interest rates under Obama. 
Now they raise rates. 


Feathers are flying on Wall-Street

When seconds count the cops are just minutes away !


Sweden: learn Arabic if they are to succeed"

All Swedish should emigrate to Sweden.
Kick out all foreigners.
Build a wall.
Close airports.
Close seaports.
Ban imports and exports.
Stop issuing passports.
Mandate Swedish language only.
Become independent.
Make Sweden great again.


From: Lothar 

 

Swedish Politician Says It's "Crucial" For Young Swedes To Learn Arabic if They're to be Successful 

Swedish Moderate Party leader Ulf Kristersson insists that it's "crucial" for young Swedes to learn Arabic if they are to be successful in the future.

During a speech at Haymarket Hotel in Stockholm, Kristersson said that in order to assure Sweden's "competitiveness in the increasingly globalised economy," it's crucial for the long term success of Swedish students "to master not only English, school-level French and school-level German, but also Arabic and Chinese."

Some may take Kristersson's remarks as another sign that Sweden, which has accepted large numbers of migrants from the Middle East in recent years, is becoming increasingly Islamic.

For hundreds of years, Finnish was the second most spoken language in the Scandinavian country but was recently overtaken by Arabic as Sweden's largest minority language.

As Douglas Murray documents in his book The Strange Death of Europe, native Swedes will be an ethnic minority in their own country within the lifetimes of most people alive today if current immigration rates continue.

A 2017 Pew Research report put the number of Muslims living in Sweden at approximately 810,000, or 8.1 per cent of the population.

In cities like Malmö, which has suffered a surge in violent crime and gang-related disorder, non-natives already make up half of the population.

Prominent Muslims in Sweden are also demanding that the Islamic call to prayer be broadcast throughout the country after it was allowed in the city of Växjö.

Swedish men seeking voluntary vasectomies has risen by 70 per cent – from from 1,430 men in 2013 to 2,470 in 2017. In cities like Stockholm, the number of men sterilizing themselves has doubled over the last five years.

This has contributed to Swedes having a 1.78 birth rate, well below the replacement rate of 2.2 children per woman. This compares to just over 2 children for women from migrant backgrounds.

Kristersson's call for young Swedes to learn Arabic was laced with irony given that during the same remarks he talked about how violence in some areas of Sweden has become so extreme – thanks in part to mass immigration – that areas of Malmö now resemble a "gangster movie".

"It's like a scene from a gangster movie, but it is everyday life in the country's third largest city," he said.

"44 dead in shootings this year is not a challenge, it's a big problem," added Kristersson, but he said that the solutions lie in "liberal reforms" which were the best way to "quell populism".


Las Vegas sun dry air. Update on pulmonary disease due to non-tuberculous mycobacteria

Joyce,

The dry desert air will not have as many molds as soggy sick Oregon.
Must be a big change!  
I may have some of the same lung problems from smog as child then many years along the california coast mold fungus.
Wet cool climates will always have too much bugs in the air.
Colds are caused by cold viruses like cold.
Hot dry is the opposite so will tend to kill those bugs but may have other problems.

Las Vegas is in a bowl with lots of auto traffic kicking up dirt and dangerous smoke into the air.
Very unhealthy.
May kill off the Oregon molds but will have different bugs in the air and cause structural chemical damage to the lungs.

High and dry air would be better.
Laramie Wyoming 7000 foot elevation is windy clean air with secret back road to Universities in Boulder, Colorado Denver medical.
Would be good in the summer, but not in the winter too cold.
Probably the best you can do in the summer.

Winter would have to move somewhere sunny and warm Florida beach.
Gainesville Florida has the best Hospitals, Medical college and huge university in a small town with 1 hour good roads to both coasts beaches.
Good winter weather with even better weather further south.

Tucumcari Clovis New Mexico may be good year round.
But not as good as Wyoming Colorado in the summer
Not as good as Florida in the winter.
Probably need to move every 6 months.

Florida may be ok in summer too.
Warm humid easy on lungs and skin.
I got dry skin in Missouri in the winter. 
Itchy.
Probably same problem in lungs.
Warm humid kills viruses colds flu pneumonia
Why Hawaii lives longer, 
and some parts of Florida if you avoid sugar - many southerners drink coke and eat fast food so die young even in a good climate.

Hawaii is the only state with the best weather year round.
Leave windows open year round for fresh outdoor air.
Indoor air is filled with germs and toxic chemicals.
Can get outdoors every day sun on skin.

Why Hawaii has the longest life.
No income taxes on pensions or social security.
High prices, low education, low income means they cannot afford to eat too much.
Cheap or free food, fruit falling on ground.
Lazy at the beach in bright sun is better than expensive cable TV, gaming, computers addictions.
Bad economy means more time at beach.
All they got is tourism and military - cook, clean, for tourists, troops.
Not much population growth frenzy immigration, stable slow fun rest.
Just move to healthy state and do what they do for long life.

The problem with doctors is that they are usually too old and poorly trained.
They prescribe medicines that are made in Communist China who wants to make you sick, poor, broke, or dead.

Moving to the best climate and learning proper diet and exercise and germ avoidance is a much better option.
Avoid fires in warm humid green climates.
Avoid droughts and earthquakes 
Move to Florida or Hawaii or other green state.


From: The Traveling Lady <joyceinoregon@yahoo.com>
Subject: Update on pulmonary disease due to non-tuberculous mycobacteria



Friday, December 21, 2018

Fwd: 85 year old Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg undergoes cancer surgery

85 year old Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg undergoes cancer surgery


The justice's health 

is a matter of intense DEMOC RATS concern because her retirement would likely enable President Donald Trump to try to name [a pro-Constitution, anti-socialist-conservative] replacement. 

Trump has named two justices to the bench, Justice Neil Gorsuch and Justice Brett Kavanaugh. The last president to nominate more than two justices to the bench was Ronald Reagan, who nominated three.

Liberal Justice Ginsburg, who was appointed to the court in 1993 by President Bill Clinton, becoming the second female on the top court's bench.

The nine-member court is divided 5-4 among Republican and Democratic nominees. A sixth justice nominated by a Republican would further CEMENT the bench's conservative majority, pro-Constitution, with possible ramifications on a slew of contentious legal issues [like gun control] the top court may review in coming terms, including reproductive rights. 

(The "danger" we face, of course, is NOT BEING ABLE to disarm the citizens and legally kill babies anymore)

The White House did not respond to a request for comment. Ginsburg's surgery came as Congress scrambled to pass a bill to keep one-quarter of the federal government funded before a midnight deadline.

The court is in recess and is not scheduled to reconvene until Jan. 4, when the justices will meet for a private conference. The next oral arguments are scheduled for Jan. 7.

It Is the Federal Government's Duty to Stop California

 It Is the Federal Government's Duty to Stop California

It Is the Federal Government's Duty to Stop California
Politichicks ^ | 12-20-2018 | Steven Maikoski

During this last election in California our ballot showed only two Democrats as candidates for US Senator—no Republicans, no independents. Making matters even worse was that the system would not allow write-in votes, which has been a privilege exercised by the voters since the beginning of this nation. The change was due to the Democrats modifying the primary system so it would allow only the two top candidates from the primary to enter the general election. Properly exercised, this modification could, and did, eliminate their republican competitors at the primary level. This system, when combined with the state's lack of voter identification, unverified mail-in ballots and unconstitutional sanctuary policies, may be good for their party, but it is posing a danger to the entire nation as it poisons the federal government with new officers from the enterprising faction. The Federal Government must step in and stop this before it is too late.

The Feds have the obligation to do so since our Constitution gives them that power. In Article IV, Section 4 is the following text, which is the ONLY guarantee in the Constitution:

"The United States shall guarantee to every state in this union a republican form of government, and shall protect each of them against invasion; and on application of the legislature, or of the executive (when the legislature cannot be convened) against domestic violence." This Section of the Constitution is important. The writers understood that it made little sense to have a nation comprised of states with different forms of government, such as monarchies, mob-rule democracies, dictatorships or aristocracies scattered across the nation, because those rogue governments would eventually deliver officers to federal positions that would bring chaos and eventually dismantle the republic. For a symphony of governments to work, they must be reading from the same sheets of music—they must be the same forms of government: republican. This is why the founders provided a guarantee, not a suggestion.

Many people have not heard of this section of the Constitution, which may end up being more important than our Bill of Rights. It gives the federal government the power, and the duty, to properly deal with rogue states. One Senator, Charles Sumner, called it "a sleeping giant" back in 1867.

Sumner's name may be familiar to some of you. Senator Sumner represented Massachusetts in the mid 1800's and was vigorously anti-slavery. He often got personal in his remarks as he debated pro-slavery senators. One time in 1856 he went too far in his depictions of South Carolina and its slave owners, insulting them by inferring that some slave owners used their slaves for sexual favors. Those were fighting words. Shortly after the speech he was confronted by Representative Preston Brooks, who walked up to Sumner on the Senate floor and proceeded to beat him severely with a gold-headed cane. During the assault the cane broke from the strikes on Sumner, yet Brooks continued to beat him to unconsciousness with what was left of the cane. It took months for Sumner to recover. But slavery is now history, and we now face another serious problem with Sumner's "sleeping giant" ready to strike at the wrongdoers.

You may wonder why I brought that up. California leads the nation in debt; it has put a greater obligation on the future than any other state. Many people call this "debt enslavement," as the future citizens will have to work for the benefit of others without getting a penny for their work; that is slavery. The beneficiaries of this process will fight all they can to maintain their unearned income, be it pay or other gifts from the government treasury. Expect them to fight with great vigor, even if everything they want is ill-gotten—just like Preston Brooks did.

Despite what it says on its flag, California is not behaving like a republic; it is behaving like an unrestrained popular democracy that continues to lose respect for our constitutional government. California is either horribly managed or brilliantly mismanaged, depending on your political point of view. On one hand, many politicians, state officers and various government employees have gained wealth despite their state sinking in debt—at least they are working. But many people are not; they are finding shelter and comfort in the state's welfare, care and sanctuary programs. 

On the other hand, the national debt clock lists California's debt at over $420 billion, with other estimates soaring to $1.3 trillion, yet the Democrats were bragging in their campaign ads that they were balancing the budget. Nearly a tenth of its 40 million residents are on welfare, the infrastructure needs work across the state, a need that is largely ignored, and, while the Los Angeles area drivers swelter in traffic jams that take two hours to drive forty miles (in the diamond lanes!), the government is ignoring the freeway system as it pushes billions of dollars on a high speed rail between San Francisco and Los Angeles. The cost of that project has more than doubled from $33 billion to $77 billion, with an expected completion date of 2033. Any rational individual knows that the cost will grow far beyond its last estimate.

Some events in California are not going to stay there—they will affect our nation. The results of this last election will change their representation at the federal level, largely due to the appearance of thousands of provisional and mail-in ballots after the polls closed. Republicans who had led by thousands of votes at the end of election night ended up losing as the the new boxes appeared; virtually all of those votes were for the Democrats. Investigations are being conducted as claims of various types of fraud circulate in the news and Internet.

Something is rotten in California, and it promises to poison the federal government. The Feds must act. But in doing so, they will run into a string of arguments that promise to delay the process, the biggest of which will be the definition of a "republican form of government."

In studying the founder's concept of a republic you will enter a maze of differing opinions. Many of their writings claimed that a republic would involve the will of the people, which may have been to ease the public fears of an overly-powerful federal government as the states debated ratification. James Madison, in Federalist 10, defined a republic as a form of government "in which the scheme of representation takes place," and then offered the system as a cure for the power of a faction because the representatives would tone down the energies that popular movements always create. Well, that was the idea, but times have changed and the electorate has totally changed from Madison's day, when the people had fought for independence instead of dependence.

Despite all the arguments concerning the definition of a republican form of government, there is one clear point about what a republican form of government is not: a government that caters to the demands of an unrestrained majority. The founders loathed the idea of a government answering to popular will alone, unencumbered by history's warnings of horrible debt, sinecures and redistributions. Madison stated that "democracies have ever been spectacles of turbulence and contention; have ever been found incompatible with personal security or the rights of property; and have in general been in short in their lives as they have been violent in their deaths."

It is getting to be high noon as the beneficiaries of this last election ready themselves to take their federal offices. A party that has benefited from slamming the future with outrageous debt and disregard for our constitutional principles—and flat-out lying in their oaths of office—is ready to fight against everything and everyone who believes in prudent government. For years too many people have been unconcerned with the federal and state debts, which has continually fueled the liberal faction throughout this nation. We are now at a point where it is best to use good management to solve the problem instead of succumbing to a financial collapse. Only a patriotic energy, coupled with a constitutional focus, can pull the reins on the state's move to more debt and eventual anarchy. It is time to address the issue. Expect a fight and do not shrink from your duty when it starts.

 

broken shoulder: California!

Dear Professor Kaufman,

Sorry you broke your shoulder.
It must be a real problem to function with one limb non-functional.
You are lucky you did not break a hip.
Falls are very common as one gets older.
I fell about a month ago but did not break anything.
For years I have tried to develop habits so I do not fall.
Like hold onto railings when going down stairs.

Canes are a good idea.
I often use them when sore or injured feet or legs.
I see many college students in casts, and bandaged up.
Often females who can't take the rigors of sports that they are encouraged to participate in for scholarships to avoid debts.

I am gradually moving back into the college environment, like a student,
completely dependent on apartments, dormitories, professors, administrators to manage everything.
Students nowadays cannot do anything for themselves.
As I get older I want somebody to do things for me.
Like I pay 1 bill and get housing, cleaning, water, sewer, electric, wifi, TV, food, cooking, etc.

Colleges are huge nowadays, half the population going to college, even mentally retarded and disabled.
Everything is all setup for people.
I am still in better shape than most students.
I want to take advantage of the system already paid for by my taxes.

University of Florida Gators is huge and good with the best hospital and medical college in Florida.

University of Georgia Bulldogs is very big with cooler drier weather and a huge airport 1 hour away in Atlanta.

Spring semester I want to take cryptography math, and genetics math here locally.
May move later.
It is rather cold around here in winter dry skin.
As I get older I want warmer humid air such as in Florida.

Beware of any painkiller pills.
They can be addictive and most are made in Communist China.
And they have side effects.

Broken bones will heal but are a pain.
Milk has calcium, may help healing.
And cheese, yogurt, dairy….
Eggs have tryptophan that helps make melatonin for happiness and better sleep.

Since age 8 I have had near constant soreness and sometimes extreme pain from athletic injuries.
Seems as I get older it takes longer to heal, but it does heal and the pain moves to the next injury.
Dry skin around here leads to skin problems, breaks, fractured heel syndrome, etc.
Learning to use lotions.

Vicks vapo- rub may help your shoulder.
Just rub it on.  Numerous essential oils penetrate and help healing.
Smell is good.
Supposedly does many good things.
I use it on my feet.
But if I breathe in too much it causes a cough, harmless, but may not be right.


From: Bob 

The "Education Wonder of the Western World" – California! 
We have the most uneducated, the most felons, the most illegals, the most welfare, and the most dead (although they still vote dependably blue). 
 
 

Least-Educated State: California No. 1 in Percentage of Residents 25 and Older Who Never Finished 9th Grade; No. 50 in High School Graduates

By Terence P. Jeffrey | December 19, 2018 | 12:49 PM EST 
California Gov. Jerry Brown and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D.-Calif.) outside the U.S. Capitol, March 22, 2017. (Getty Images/Alex Wong)

(CNSNews.com) - California ranks No. 1 among the 50 states for the percentage of its residents 25 and older who have never completed ninth grade and 50th for the percentage who have graduated from high school, according to new data from the Census Bureau.

Texas ranks No. 2 for the percentage of its residents 25 and older who have never completed ninth grade and 49th for the percentage who have graduated from high school.

9.7 percent of California residents 25 and older, the Census Bureau says, never completed ninth grade. Only 82.5 percent graduated from high school.

8.7 percent of Texas residents 25 and older never completed ninth grade, and only 82.8 percent graduated from high school.

California and Texas—while having the highest percentages of residents 25 and older who never finished ninth grade and the lowest percentages who graduated from high school—are the nation's two most populous states.

In fact, the 2,510,370 California residents 25 and older who, according to the Census Bureau, never finished ninth grade outnumber the entire populations of 15 other states.

In California, children are required to attend school from six years of age until they are 18. "California's compulsory education laws require children between six and eighteen years of age to attend school, with a limited number of exceptions," says the California Legislative Analyst's Office, an agency of the California state government. (The National Center for Education Statistics also indicates that children in California are compelled by law to attend school from 6 to 18 years of age.)

Massachusetts ranks No. 1 for the percentage of its residents 25 and older—42.1 percent--who have earned at least a bachelor's degree.

These rankings are based on data from the Census Bureau's American Community Survey 5-year estimates, which were released this month.

In the survey, the Census Bureau asks respondents to specify the level of educational attainment for each individual in their household. The question is: "What is the highest degree or level of school this person has COMPLETED. Mark (X) ONE box. If currently enrolled, mark the previous grade or highest degree received."

The survey form then offers the respondent multiple options ranging from "no schooling completed" to "professional degree" or "doctorate degree." If an individual has not earned a high school degree, the respondent is asked to specify the highest grade the individual actually completed—ranging from "nursery school" through "12th grade—NO DIPLOMA."

The Census Bureau's American Community Survey queries a random sample of more than 3.5 million U.S. households each year and publishes a one-year estimate for each year. The five-year estimate, the bureau says, "is a weighted average of the five one-year estimates." The newly released five-year estimates are for the period from 2013 through 2017.

Nationwide, 5.4 percent of residents 25 and older have never finished ninth grade, according to the latest five-year estimates.

Ten states exceeded the nationwide level of residents 25 and older who have never finished ninth grade. These include: California (9.7 percent), Texas (8.7 percent), New York (6.5 percent), New Mexico (6.5 percent), Kentucky (6.1 percent), Nevada (5.9 percent), Arizona (5.9 percent), Mississippi (5.6 percent), Rhode Island (5.5 percent), and Louisiana (5.4 percent).

Wyoming—with 1.8 percent—had nation's smallest percentage of residents 25 and older who never finished ninth grade.

In seventeen states, the percentage of residents 25 and older who at least graduated from high school was less than the nationwide percentage of 87.3 percent.

These seventeen states included: California (82.5 percent), Texas (82.8 percent), Mississippi (83.4 percent), Louisiana (84.3 percent), New Mexico (85 percent), Kentucky (85.2 percent), Alabama (85.3 percent), Arkansas (85.6 percent), Nevada (85.8 percent), West Virginia (85.9 percent), New York (86.1 percent), Georgia (86.3 percent), Tennessee (86.5 percent), South Carolina (86.5 percent), Arizona (86.5 percent), North Carolina (86.9 percent), and Rhode Island (87.3 percent).

Nationwide, 30.9 percent of residents 25 and older have a bachelor's degree or higher.

In nineteen states, the percentage with a bachelor's degree or higher exceeds the national percentage. These nineteen states include both No. 14 California (32.6) and No. 9 New York (35.3), which respectively ranked No.1 and No. 3 for the percentage of residents 25 and older who never finished ninth grade.

The ten states with the highest percentage of residents 25 and older who earned a bachelor's degree or higher are: Massachusetts (42.1 percent), Colorado (39.4 percent), Maryland (39 percent), Connecticut (38.4 percent), New Jersey (38.1 percent), Virginia (37.6 percent), Vermont (36.8 percent), New Hampshire (36 percent), New York (35.3 percent), and Minnesota (34.8 percent).

West Virginia—at 19.9 percent—has the lowest percentage of residents with a bachelor's degree or higher.

In another seven states, the percentage of residents who have a bachelor's degree or higher is less than 25 percent. They are: Mississippi (21.3 percent), Arkansas (22 percent), Kentucky (23.2 percent), Louisiana (23.4 percent), Nevada (23.7 percent), Alabama (24.5 percent) and Oklahoma (24.8 percent).

In California, according to the Census Bureau's five-year estimates, the resident population 25 and older was 25,950,818. Of those individuals, 2,510,370—or 9.7 percent--never completed ninth grade.

Another 2,033,160 California residents 25 and older completed the ninth, tenth, eleventh or twelfth grade—but did not earn a high school diploma. Thus, a total of 4,543,530 California residents 25 and older—or a nation-leading 17.5 percent--have never graduated from high school.

Those 2,510,370 individuals 25 and older in California who never finished 9th grade outnumber the entire populations of 15 other states, according to the Census Bureau's latest population estimates. These include: Alaska (737,438), Delaware (967,171), Hawaii (1,420,491), Idaho (1,754,208), Maine (1,338,404), Montana (1,062,305), Nebraska (1,929,268), New Hampshire (1,356,458), New Mexico (2,095,428), North Dakota (760,077), Rhode Island (1,057,315), South Dakota (882,235), Vermont (626,299), West Virginia (1,805,832), and Wyoming (577,737).

In Texas, the resident population 25 and older was 17,454,431. Of those individuals, 1,513,995—or 8.7 percent—never completed ninth grade. That outnumbers the populations of 11 states.


California - still Number One worst!

California also has the dirtiest air.
The 12 worst metropolitan areas.
Plus ag pollution.
So much for environmentalism.

California also has the most unethical cyber tracking stalking gaming phone electronics companies.
And new electric chair cars made nearby in Nevada designed to fry your brain faster than your phone.
Sitting is the new smoking.

California has the worst human feces on sidewalk problem,
the worst dog shit problem,
And the worst homeless problem.
And the largest population of any state.

Wide is the gate that leads to hell.
Nevada and Oregon picks up many of the problems of California.
Dangerous to even visit.

Disease and early death statistics follow the educational statistics
Educated states are the healthiest in general
(Except Hawaii where they live long despite poor education, lazy, marijuana, fruit, nut culture import 95% of its food).

California founded by Okies grapes of wrath who destroyed the great plains in the dust bowl climate change.
Those that survived moved to California where they destroyed California.
Converted grapes, orange groves into barrios and housing.
Paved over and destroyed, strip malls, roads, freeways,

All built on debt financed by New York Banks and the Federal Reserve.
A dependent culture on the verge of collapse,
created by bankers and politicians who get rich "solving" the problems they create and creating new problems in the process.

Okies who were given an education did not learn much, just got a degree.
Mostly goof-offs and stupid as I saw in high school and college in California.
Why they have to import immigrants to get the simplest things done - brain dead invalids.
They eagerly sought immigrants as stupid or more stupid than themselves, and criminals,
To make California what it is today.

I never liked the culture, but at times in some places the weather, air quality, and water quality was ok.  
The  problem is the culture is not sustainable.
I saw the problems clearly by 1980 and even 1967 much did not seem right.
Those problems have spread to Texas, etc.
California leading the descent into hell.
Need to return all illegals and immigrants to their ancestral homeland where they belong.
Return America to natives and restore the environment back to 1492 when it was sustainable equilibrium.

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The "Education Wonder of the Western World" – California! 

We have the most uneducated, 
the most felons,
 the most illegals,
 the most welfare,
 and the most dead (although they still vote dependably blue). 
 
 

Least-Educated State: California No. 1 in Percentage of Residents 25 and Older Who Never Finished 9th Grade; No. 50 in High School Graduates

By Terence P. Jeffrey | December 19, 2018 | 12:49 PM EST 
California Gov. Jerry Brown and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D.-Calif.) outside the U.S. Capitol, March 22, 2017. (Getty Images/Alex Wong)

(CNSNews.com) - California ranks No. 1 among the 50 states for the percentage of its residents 25 and older who have never completed ninth grade and 50th for the percentage who have graduated from high school, according to new data from the Census Bureau.

Texas ranks No. 2 for the percentage of its residents 25 and older who have never completed ninth grade and 49th for the percentage who have graduated from high school.

9.7 percent of California residents 25 and older, the Census Bureau says, never completed ninth grade. Only 82.5 percent graduated from high school.

8.7 percent of Texas residents 25 and older never completed ninth grade, and only 82.8 percent graduated from high school.

California and Texas—while having the highest percentages of residents 25 and older who never finished ninth grade and the lowest percentages who graduated from high school—are the nation's two most populous states.

In fact, the 2,510,370 California residents 25 and older who, according to the Census Bureau, never finished ninth grade outnumber the entire populations of 15 other states.

In California, children are required to attend school from six years of age until they are 18.

 "California's compulsory education laws require children between six and eighteen years of age to attend school, with a limited number of exceptions,"

 says the California Legislative Analyst's Office, an agency of the California state government. 

(The National Center for Education Statistics also indicates that children in California are compelled by law to attend school from 6 to 18 years of age.)

Massachusetts ranks No. 1 for the percentage of its residents 25 and older—42.1 percent--who have earned at least a bachelor's degree.

These rankings are based on data from the Census Bureau's American Community Survey 5-year estimates, which were released this month.

In the survey, the Census Bureau asks respondents to specify the level of educational attainment for each individual in their household. 

The question is: "What is the highest degree or level of school this person has COMPLETED. Mark (X) ONE box. If currently enrolled, mark the previous grade or highest degree received."

The survey form then offers the respondent multiple options ranging from "no schooling completed" to "professional degree" or "doctorate degree."

 If an individual has not earned a high school degree, the respondent is asked to specify the highest grade the individual actually completed—ranging from "nursery school" through "12th grade—NO DIPLOMA."

The Census Bureau's American Community Survey queries a random sample of more than 3.5 million U.S. households each year and publishes a one-year estimate for each year.

 The five-year estimate, the bureau says, "is a weighted average of the five one-year estimates." 

The newly released five-year estimates are for the period from 2013 through 2017.

Nationwide, 5.4 percent of residents 25 and older have never finished ninth grade, according to the latest five-year estimates.

Ten states exceeded the nationwide level of residents 25 and older who have never finished ninth grade.

 These include: California (9.7 percent), Texas (8.7 percent), New York (6.5 percent), New Mexico (6.5 percent), Kentucky (6.1 percent), Nevada (5.9 percent), Arizona (5.9 percent), Mississippi (5.6 percent), Rhode Island (5.5 percent), and Louisiana (5.4 percent).

Wyoming—with 1.8 percent—had nation's smallest percentage of residents 25 and older who never finished ninth grade.

In seventeen states, the percentage of residents 25 and older who at least graduated from high school was less than the nationwide percentage of 87.3 percent.

These seventeen states included: California (82.5 percent), Texas (82.8 percent), Mississippi (83.4 percent), Louisiana (84.3 percent), New Mexico (85 percent), Kentucky (85.2 percent), Alabama (85.3 percent), Arkansas (85.6 percent), Nevada (85.8 percent), West Virginia (85.9 percent), New York (86.1 percent), Georgia (86.3 percent), Tennessee (86.5 percent), South Carolina (86.5 percent), Arizona (86.5 percent), North Carolina (86.9 percent), and Rhode Island (87.3 percent).

Nationwide, 30.9 percent of residents 25 and older have a bachelor's degree or higher.

In nineteen states, the percentage with a bachelor's degree or higher exceeds the national percentage. These nineteen states include both No. 14 California (32.6) and No. 9 New York (35.3), which respectively ranked No.1 and No. 3 for the percentage of residents 25 and older who never finished ninth grade.

The ten states with the highest percentage of residents 25 and older who earned a bachelor's degree or higher are: Massachusetts (42.1 percent), Colorado (39.4 percent), Maryland (39 percent), Connecticut (38.4 percent), New Jersey (38.1 percent), Virginia (37.6 percent), Vermont (36.8 percent), New Hampshire (36 percent), New York (35.3 percent), and Minnesota (34.8 percent).

West Virginia—at 19.9 percent—has the lowest percentage of residents with a bachelor's degree or higher.

In another seven states, the percentage of residents who have a bachelor's degree or higher is less than 25 percent. They are: Mississippi (21.3 percent), Arkansas (22 percent), Kentucky (23.2 percent), Louisiana (23.4 percent), Nevada (23.7 percent), Alabama (24.5 percent) and Oklahoma (24.8 percent).

In California, according to the Census Bureau's five-year estimates, the resident population 25 and older was 25,950,818. Of those individuals, 2,510,370—or 9.7 percent--never completed ninth grade.

Another 2,033,160 California residents 25 and older completed the ninth, tenth, eleventh or twelfth grade—but did not earn a high school diploma. Thus, a total of 4,543,530 California residents 25 and older—or a nation-leading 17.5 percent--have never graduated from high school.

Those 2,510,370 individuals 25 and older in California who never finished 9th grade outnumber the entire populations of 15 other states, according to the Census Bureau's latest population estimates. These include: Alaska (737,438), Delaware (967,171), Hawaii (1,420,491), Idaho (1,754,208), Maine (1,338,404), Montana (1,062,305), Nebraska (1,929,268), New Hampshire (1,356,458), New Mexico (2,095,428), North Dakota (760,077), Rhode Island (1,057,315), South Dakota (882,235), Vermont (626,299), West Virginia (1,805,832), and Wyoming (577,737).

In Texas, the resident population 25 and older was 17,454,431. Of those individuals, 1,513,995—or 8.7 percent—never completed ninth grade. That outnumbers the populations of 11 states.