Wednesday, November 17, 2010

November 17 2010 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: Better Get Used To Thinking Locally - Two More Years Like This & No More Federal Government

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Cabale News ServiceNovember 17 2010 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: Better Get Used To 'Thinking Locally' - Two More Years Like This And The US Government Will Be 'Out Of Gas'

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The circus is back in town - Today the Republicans and Democrats will select their leadership, but it's unlikely that anything will change much. There was one attempt to take Nancy Pelosi out and replace her with John Conyers, but that's not gonna happen either.

The House leader selection process is over for the day but the Judiciary committee is in full swing looking at a possible censure, but more likely a reprimand, over Charles Rangel's ethics violation conviction.

The Senate Republicans have voted in caucus to kill the practice of 'Earmarks', but it MAY turn out to be just a moratorium. It has been tacked onto the Food Safety Bill.

But are they part of the government in the same country everyone else in America lives in? The Republicans are refusing to meet as scheduled this Thursday with the President... They're also pledging to block the START treaty confirmation. Its been hanging fire for ten years. Information on START I, START II, and the New START treaty from Wikipedia.

Lisa Murkowski has apparently won the Alaska senate seat by about 8,000 votes. Even counting Joe Miller's contested ballots she's still about 3,000 votes ahead.

In OTHER News:

The BP Gulf of Mexico oil spill is going to make your food more expensive.
BP oil spill Corexit dispersants suspected in widespread crop damage
UPDATED POST: August 10, 2010

The US EPA contacted me and said the suspected "Corexit rain" was in fact jet fuel dumped by a Fedex plane (NICE!)
It seems like damage brought by the oil gusher has spread way beyond the ocean, coastal areas and beaches. Collateral damage now appears to include agricultural damage way inland Mississippi.

A mysterious "disease" has caused widespread damage to plants from weeds to farmed organic and conventionally grown crops. There is very strong suspicion that ocean winds have blown Corexit aerosol plumes or droplets and that dispersants have caused the unexplained widespread damage or "disease".

There is no other explanation for the crop damage. It's conjecture on my part but everything points to something that has a widespread effect on plants and crops. Studies on Corexit and its effects on plants are consistent with the damage sustained in the lower Mississippi area. Check out the table on page 877 of the study. While no one precisely knows, all the signs point to BP's use of aerosolized Corexit brought inland by the ocean winds or rain.

HERE IS AN EXTRACT OF THE PLANT STUDY TITLED I REFERENCED: Morphological changes observed in Paspalum vaginatum after treatment with Abura heavy crude oil (AC) or Oredo light crude oil (OC) and Corexit 9527/Gold crew. [More @ SFGate]
But our food crops, specifically our grain harvests, are already in decline, and the USDA is so confused about what to tell the public that they are literally delivering conflicting data regarding the harvests across Amreica.
Sunday, December 20, 2009
You Are Being Lied To, Part 2: US Department of Agriculture Edition
"All someone needs to do to know the world is headed is for food crisis is to stop reading USDA’s crop reports predicting a record soybean and corn harvests and listen to what else the USDA saying.

Specifically, the USDA has declared half the counties in the Midwest to be primary disaster areas, including 274 counties in the last 30 days alone. These designations are based on the criteria of a minimum of 30 percent loss in the value of at least one crop in the county. The chart below shows counties declared primary disaster areas by the secretary of Agriculture and the president of the United States.

For a list of Secretarial disaster declarations, see here.

For a list of Presidential disaster declarations, see here.

The same USDA that is predicting record harvests is also declaring disaster areas across half the Midwest because of catastrophic crop losses!

To eliminate any doubt that this might be an innocent mistake, the USDA is even predicting record soybean harvests in the same states (Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Alabama) where it has declared virtually all counties to have experienced 30 percent production losses. It isn’t rocket scientist to realize something is horribly wrong." [In Full]


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