Gov't re-interviews Edwards witness
By NEDRA PICKLER Associated Press
If he's indicted for any kind of chicanery, it couldn't happen to a nicer, er, more appropriate guy.
.........Wild news is underfoot and flying high in the sky these days. As I write, Stan Deyo is a guest on Coast to Coast AM and making a good case that these are indeed the end-times foretold in Scripture. Two callers have just reported that there's a roaring noise coming out of the ocean off Florida, and Mr. Devo replies that such was heard before the catastrophe in Japan started.
..........A compatriot sent this stunning new video of the tsunami waters overrunning a populated area in that tragically beset country. You wonder which buildings are going to survive the flood, and the next thing you know, the water is slamming one building against another! Vehicles are as mere dust particles to the torrent:
..........Man, as I write, AM radio news reports that courts have cleared the way for the three Duke University athletes lynched by the media to sue two officials who led in their legal crucifixion. THAT IS GOOD NEWS.
...........A reader sends this resource for helping to expose chemtrails among skeptics you know:
.................Every time a state, country or podunk town does something right, it shames the ameriKan fedgov. Singapore is very good at it, because it's a city-state run by sane, intelligent, responsible people as contrasted to the demons, knotheads and prima donnas runnig everything here. The latest:Singapore: Cutting taxes… again.
Finally, in celebration of the wonderful breakthrough logged here yesterday, here's how I had planned to write it up before my ongoing multi-computer crisis put the kibosh on it the day before:
This is not merely one day's or one week's dose of good news amid all the bad -- this could quite possibly be the beginning of the end for the Fed, IRS and funny money. Because the herd instinct operates at all levels of society, everybody's waiting for everybody else to take the first move (and then, perhaps deal with the fedgov's rage, taking the rap for everybody else in advance) but once one state does it, a domino effect is surely likely.
UTAH GOVERNOR SIGNS GOLD & SILVER LEGAL TENDER BILL!
Well, I thought I'd reported it yesterday, but don't see it. It's all a blur. I'm seriously thinking of going back to typrewriters.
P.S. from the "your tax dollars at work" dept.:
Category: Nutty News
Nutty News Alexandria, Virginia - A $600,000 frog sculpture that lights up, gurgles “sounds of nature” and carries a 10-foot fairy girl on its back could soon be greeting Defense Department employees who plan to start working at the $700 million Mark Center in Alexandria, Va. this fall. Only 2,500 will see the artwork every day as they use the bus transfer station at the Mark Center. According to the Corps, the artwork was the city’s idea. A city official, however, said that Alexandria officials didn’t demand art, but just asked that public artwork be included in the structure. What’s more, the official said that the $600,000 is federal money, and that no Alexandria funds will pay for the art. More…