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Monday, June 26, 2017

Slowly But Surely …

The guys were busy bright and early this morning prepping the new house for the new flooring:

Our new home doesn't look so 'new' today ...
Closet doors removed so flooring can be laid tomorrow. There are ELEVEN BOXES and 2 large plastic bags stuffed with various weight yarns stacked on the closet shelf - I should be ashamed, but I'm not. LOL
This tool looks pretty wicked doesn't it?

Around noon today a portion of our new flooring arrived and has been set up to acclimate overnight. The fellas will start laying floor boards down tomorrow morning:

The rest of the flooring will arrive tomorrow while these packages are being divvied up and laid out.
We have never done floors this dark before, but this really does look nice with the blonde cupboards.

Hopefully all the flooring will be laid in place by the time the Moving Truck packs up and hauls the furniture Friday afternoon. I’d like to be able to place the furniture in the proper room as it is unloaded from the Truck instead of stuffing it all in one room and shuffling it into place next week; it will be much easier with the movers doing the heavy lifting and positioning. Hubs and I can do it … but I’d rather not have to ;-)

After viewing today’s work progress and seeing how well the dark flooring goes with the cupboards, we first hung the mezuzah on the front door jamb to bless our new home, and then went out to the breezeway and started setting up the hose reel, and put together my Deck Box and set that up …

Hose reel hooked up so I can water my hanging carport plants daily in this hot weather. It was 102 degrees yesterday! That's mighty HOT in this perpetually wet region and potted plants dry out quick.
My Deck Box assembled and put in place behind Hub's Shed. I'm thinking we will eventually have to buy more river rock to completely cover the underlying plastic the previous homeowner laid down.
Deck Box stocked full of my Terra cotta pots, plant fertilizers, and pesticides.

I’m glad we got that finished and out of the way; now I can rest easy knowing Hubs can get his bulky man stuff in his shed smoothly. Things are coming along slowly by surely :-D

Now I gotta go online and find out how to clean my Terra cotta ware that I got practically free from various Estate Sales – every one of them is crusty and needs to be scoured thoroughly before they are used.

Hell Peddles Hell

When we were in town last week we happened to catch a glimpse of a local newsletter that had a cover promoting Skamokawa as a ‘Getaway Destination’. Hubs and I looked at each other with raised eyebrows and telepathically communicated to each other: Skamokawa a getaway? Are they serious? Then we burst out laughing. Then we decided to go check out what they were peddling.

I grew up in Skamokawa.

Hubs grew up in Eden Valley – a little farming community between Graysriver and Naselle. But he was familiar with Skamokawa.

Our families eventually moved “into town”; LOL. We both went to High School in Cathlamet, which was a river town, and though small was significantly bigger than we had experienced before. We met, married, and raised children in Cathlamet before leaving it 24 years ago and spreading our wings by living in several towns up and down the Pacific Coast & Columbia River (Hoquiam, Aberdeen, Raymond, and Kelso) before finally settling in the small city of Longview.

Anyhoo … we decided yesterday to take a day off from packing and hauling to just relax and catch our breath. So off we drove on a short roadtrip. A friend had mentioned the other day that her husband told her there as a “little Irish restaurant in Deep River”. Hmm. Not that we are aware of; there IS an Irish Pub/Restaurant IN Graysriver though … but she was adamant that her husband said Deep River. So we decided to check that out to ;-)

Before we left town though, we stopped at the new house first to get Hubs’ cutoff shorts; it was hot yesterday – definitely a shorts type of day. While I was moving boxes to find them (practically everything we own is now at the new house. It is frustrating to live between 2 houses), I happened to lift this one and started laughing when I read the label. Hubs looked at me and I said, “Oh man, this label is a liberals nightmare. The obamanites would be going crazy if they ever saw it!”


I eventually stopped laughing and hubs changed into his shorts. Then we hit the road. I have always liked the drive along the Columbia River and I freely admit that I do miss that weekly drive; but that relaxing scenic strip of highway is not enough to entice me back to Cathlamet. I was glad to leave and am glad to be gone from there. We do occasionally stop in Cathlamet for one of Lulu’s Hamburgers because they are the BEST by far, but that’s as far as we go. There is nothing else in Cathlamet we want.

We decided to drive straight to Deep River first off, and then work our way backwards on the way home to scope out what Skamokawa is peddling to the tourist. I personally can’t imagine what Skamokawa has to offer outside people would be interested in. Seriously.

Deep River is basically a dead spot on the map – there are still a few farming families left, but most everyone else has left. Deep River was once a fishing and logging community, but that died out decades ago. We been married 42 years and it was a ghost town back then when we were doing road trips down there on the Harley full dressed Hog. Deep River was a cozy comfortable ghost town back then, but it’s a dead-dead ghost town now. The floating walkway ramps between anchored boats are gone, claimed by the depths of the deep river; the abandoned stores have long since been swallowed by the creeping vegetation and encroaching forest, and there are only 2 or 3 houses left standing and inhabited in the actual town area itself. There are a few farms spread out in the valley, but mostly Deep River has been abandoned and is quickly disappearing.

Pretty little country Church. Historical Church in Deep River.

We drove the entire length and width of Deep River, but found NO restaurant there – especially NO Irish Pub/Restaurant: our friends husband must have confused Deep River with Graysriver because Duffy’s Irish Pub & Restaurant is right where it has always been – IN Grayriver, on the river. Duffy’s is not always open for business; but when it is, the food can’t be beat! The food is always fresh and made with local fare, homemade homestyle meals and pretty spendy, but you will get your $$$ worth and be glad you stopped in for a bite ;-)

About lucky mud … about 45 years ago a bunch of New York hippies moved onto a scrap of land at the end of West Valley in Skamokawa. They arrived close to Fall and since that is our rainy season here, they quickly and haphazardly set up a large encampment under large transparent plastic tarps. And they also quickly started insinuating themselves into the local civic governing of Skamokawa, Cathlamet, and eventually Graysriver. It soon became apparent to everyone that these {hippies} were not really hippies at all – they were in fact highly papered individuals who were intent on creating a nirvana for themselves: the leaders were a catholic ex-priest and ex-nun who ran the commune and 96% of them ALL held bachelor decrees in governing leadership, legal office venues, teaching certificates – including professor status, and 2 couples were musicians from well-established musical families, and several were engaged in free sex orgies including homosexual liaisons (I know this for fact because several of these people were welcomed into my parent’s house before I moved out of it when I married in 1974: my mother stayed in contact with them until she died, and 3 of my siblings still have contact with lucky mud). And they had MONEY – LOTS of money. In short, they blew in acting stupid and shiftless, wormed their way into the communities and set about their well-organized coups. They established an organization entitled, ‘The Friends of Skamokawa’ born and drafted at lucky mud and began their infiltration in earnest. In a little under 5 years, there was no place they hadn’t spread their tentacles and hooked positions for themselves: they set up legal aide offices, established a religious order catering to the pagan religions – some even openly practiced devilish religiosity in spiritually dead churches, held teaching positions in the schools, took civic office positions, set up restaurants that were cover operations for drug traffic, ect. The pseudo-hippies now {owned} Skamokawa, Cathlamet, and Graysriver. It was all very well planned and carried out. Big time drugs and mob activity began to move in … and mysterious deaths began to happen. We eventually moved out of the region.

So after recently reading the newsletter cover we glimpsed downtown, we were curious as to what the ‘friends’ were peddling now to unawares tourists.

We drove out to lucky mud and saw that is still a dumpy mess with ramshackle shacks passing as houses, discarded junk littering fields and roadsides … and wondered what on earth could possibly pass as “the Inn”. We caught glimpse of a sign in the blackberries along the roadway that pointed the direction to the Inn. As we turned up the gravel road, we saw a handmade sign tacked to a post that read, “GO AWAY!” What the …? But that is so typical of the greedy and grasping fletcher family. They want the $$$, but they don’t want the people with the $$$. If they are already sending double-messages to tourists that make the looooooooooooong drive out the valley to find their “Inn”, how do they expect their “Inn” to stay in business?

'The Inn at lucky mud', Skamokawa. Hmmm. The fletchers have come up in the world - no more living under a plastic tarp tent ... I wonder how many tourists it will take to pay off the mortgage on that fancy house?


That was the end. Literally; the end of the road, and the end of the curiosity. Nothing changes with these people; they are still duping the unsuspecting and unwise.

Shaking the dust of lucky mud off our big 4x tires and exiting West Valley, we stopped at Vista Park … past the church there that preaches Jesus and Buddha are the same (a concept put to book form written by a lucky mud devotee in the late 1970’s and published by lucky mud affiliates) … located where the old school used to stand. The ‘friends’ bought the land and have been trying for the last 2 decades to make it pay for itself. The Park is really quite barren and the beach is eroding away: the lapping river was alarming in its greedy appetite as we watched it behind the “DANGEROUS BEACH!” sign; we used to be able to swim in these waters, but now there is no beach to speak of anymore, the river has reclaimed the beach and is seriously eroding the Park property. And since they took out all the trees there is no protection whatsoever from the harsh winds that blow inland off the Columbia River; yesterday the winds were very strong and very gusty and blew curtains of stinging sand everywhere: it was hard to see through the sandy haze that whipped over the entire Park. We used the porta-potties there and at one point the wind hit it so hard and rocked it several times, that I thought the darned thing was going to blow over: seriously! I bet camping is a blast there – in more ways than one. We got outta there while we still had sand to stand on and some paint left on our 4x pickup.

Off to the side of the Park area are 2 yurts for the yuppie minded; that hillside is ALL shale and shifting pebbly debris … hard to stand upright in and nearly impossible to walk across because it’s so shifty underfoot, I don’t know how they have secured these yurts, but I sure wouldn’t rent one knowing what I know about that hill it sits on:

Yurts perching on the slope of Mole Hill in Skamokawa. Vista Park.

After we skedaddled from Vista Park, we looked for the “resort”, coming to the conclusion that resort must have many meanings because we never did see anything that resembled a resort, but we did see that the old ‘Hoby’s Store’ and adjacent old post office building had both been updated and modified and perhaps that is what they are peddling as a resort.

We're guessing this is the 'Skamokawa Resort' - the modified old Hoby's Store and Post Office.

Well I guess city folk might think all this horse pucky is romantic, but it just smells like snake oil to us who know better – and know the people behind the sales propaganda agenda: hell is peddling hell.

We did like sighting this ship though that passed by unawares of what lies ashore …

Big ship cruising the Columbia River in Skamokawa.

Sunday, June 25, 2017


We have been thinking of downsizing for at least a year, and 2 weeks ago we finally decided to sell and move. We hired a Realtor Wednesday morning, listed our current home Thursday morning; and sold it Friday afternoon: Friday afternoon we looked at … and put a bid on our new home … and by Saturday morning we in in contract on BOTH homes ;-) This past Monday we collected the $$$ from our buyer and, in turn, put $$$ down on our new home. We got our FULL asking price and was able to use a large chunk of that money to buy our new home outright, owing nothing in a mortgage (Romans 13:8); so now all we will need to fork out each month is Lot Rent, which is a reasonably small amount - plus utilities & garbage fees, which can't be avoided. And repairs and updates on the new home – WANTS: wood flooring to replace the carpeting, a handicap ramp to replace the stairs so my poor old knees won’t burn and ache at the end of each day; NEED: a new roof laid before Fall arrives – the sellers refused to replace (or even fund half the cost of) the rotten roofing which is literally disintegrating as I type; planter boxes built and in place so I can transplant my flowers into them and get a good root system in place so they survive the Fall/Winter months, and a fence to keep the peace. These things are scheduled to be done before Summer ends: hopefully before July ends.

All of this week we have been packing this house up (we immediately sold a lot of furniture in a Garage Sale, and hauled a lot of other stuff we had been hoarding to the dump) and moving boxes from this house to the new one – we want to move at least 3/4ths of what is left ourselves to cut down the cost of the Moving Company we hired to move the bulky, heavy furniture left – the cost for the Moving Truck and 2 men is outrageous, so every penny saved is a penny earned … and I intend to {earn} at least ½ of what they have estimated in moving costs <:-O We were able to book the Moving Truck for this coming Friday morning - it's the only opening they had this month, and all we have left to move from here to there is 3 or 4 boxes that can’t be topped off until the eleventh hour … and loose things like a couple lamps, 3 or 4 pictures, and a few bins we can haul to the new house as the flooring gets laid room by room. The flooring should be picked up Monday & set out to acclimate for 24 hours, start laying by Wednesday and completed by Thursday ... Friday at the latest – that’s the Plan anyways, and we are praying it goes as smoothly as anticipated :-D

Elohei has been involved in this endeavor from the get-go and it has been a miraculous happening. If our Realtor and the Moving Truck Coordinator were not already Believers … THEY ARE NOW! None of this could have happened as it has … BUT FOR GOD. And we have given God all the glory and praise every day He had worked things out to our favor – the Realtor and Truck Coordinator have both been witnesses and have even said themselves that they agree ‘God has been working it all out’, because there is ‘no other way’ things could have come together as they have.

We wholeheartedly agree!

“God is good all the time, and all the time God is good.” Amen.

Our new Home - Hub's Father's Day Gift. Every shrub will be uprooted and replaced with flowers. Not sure yet if the tree is staying or not ...
We have made plans for these Front Porch steps to be covered with a looooooooong ramp because my knees are already rebelling against all these steps! The ramp will be easier on my knees ... and on our friends’ knees as well.
The Livingroom area. I fell in love with the ‘adobe-like’ arches and open floor plan – every room just flows into the other; the only doors are the outside doors, the bathroom doors, and the closet doors – that’s it. I like that. The carpets IN EVERY ROOM are being ripped up next week and wood flooring laid. The walls may eventually get painted - I like color. White walls make a house feel unfinished. MPO
The Master Bedroom Closet is very, very roomy; we can use one whole side for our clothes, and the other side to shelf and fit ALL my craft supplies into it. Very nice.
Master Bathroom is HUGE and has a full sized shower/bath AND a Jetted Spa Tub. This is the 1st thing I intend to use to soothe my tired and over-worked muscles as soon as we move completely into our new home and get things set in place ;-)
The Livingroom and Dining Room are one large and spacious room. These windows are great! A true answer to prayer: I like lots of windows in my home; windows bring the outside IN and brightens the house up. I REALLY LIKE that …
The Dining Room flows into the Kitchen. We love this open floor plan. That ugly ceiling  lamp is going to be replaced asap ...
This house has two skylights. This skylight is over the Kitchen island-counter, and the sunlight streaming down through it really lightens up the room: no lights needed until the sun goes down. I like that - I need lots of sunshine to beat back the PNW blues that come with the dreary schizoid weather.
Lovin’ the colors of our new home: Red/White/Blue! We may build a smaller ramp for these Breezeway stairs leading to the back yard. Our knees aren’t what they used to be and 4 stairs can quickly become the ‘enemy’. LOL
In the Breezeway is a little Shed for Bob's Toolbox and Saw Tables. This Breezeway Shed will be strictly Bob's; this afternoon I bought an extra-large plastic Deck Box to set in back of the house to store my Terra cotta pots and misc. gardening stuff in to free up more room for his stuff.
I've asked Bob to build me some looooong raised Planting Boxes to plant flowers and veggies in. The sun shines bright along the back fence-line and they should do well and thrive there. This morning we hauled 2 truckloads of flowers ... YES! 2 TRUCK LOADS ... to be transplanted along the fence line: foxgloves (gotta have those!), cabbage leaf begonias, geraniums, delphiniums, shasta daises (those go out front for curb appeal) miniature burros tail sedumcala lilies, variegated lilies, carnations, 2 miniature roses, teddy bear cactustiger lily, hen and chicks sedum2 blueberry bushes (not flowers, but will be put in the general set aside area), chives, and 2 patio apple trees arriving Friday. Next Spring, I'll tuck some veggies in between the established flowers :-D We also hung 1 potted Begonia & 4 potted Geraniums along the Carport overhang.
I would like a small Red Paver Patio laid down in this area for outside relaxation. These ugly pavers are gonna go 'bye-bye'.
We are going to put a beautifying fancy Wire Fence along this border line - fences make good neighbors; and I want one laid out as soon as possible to keep the peace.

Sunday, June 11, 2017

SONG: Psalms 61

SONG: I Will Worship You - Matthew Ward

People ask how I know God is real.

All I can say is …

I am loved wholly and completely by God.

I am blessed so much by God that there are no words to adequately thank my God for all that He has done for me.

I am highly favored; my God always has time for me. No matter what time of the day – He never puts me on hold. I can talk plainly to my God and He doesn’t ignore or punish me.

My God has blessed me with a wonderful man to call husband. My God hand picked my husband … and then made sure we met and secured the deal ;-) My husband and I are perfectly matched in every way.

I know my God is real because He has TWICE resurrected my husband back to me – twice my husband was dead: even put in a body bag destined for the morgue. And yet he is alive today. Nothing BUT the power of Almighty God could have brought him back to life after 25 minutes of being dead. I KNOW that God IS real every time I look across the room and see my husband, hear his voice and laughter, watch him walk across the grass towards me, feel his arms wrap around me, or look at me with tender, loving eyes. I know God is real because my husband is not handicapped – my God restored him to me BETTER than before he died. Only the power of God could have done that.

I know God is real when I see my beautiful grandchildren – children doctors had told my daughter TWICE would be an impossibility given all her internal medical issues. God has blessed our family with a granddaughter and a grandson – exactly 18 years apart: my granddaughter graduated high school the first week of June, and my grandson was born the last week of June. I know God is real because He made a way where there was no way. A grandson! We had not had a boy born into our family in 45 years until God blessed us with our handsome and happy grandson.

I know God is real because He has healed me of various physical ailments over the past years – the most recent one being my eyes; I had been suffering severe night blindness for 2 long years, but since November of this year – when I asked Him to heal my eyes – I am not blinded by headlights on the roadways at night anymore: either as passenger OR AS DRIVER. My God answers me quickly and once and for all … there is no lengthy ‘adjustment period’ like with doctors. I was blind, but now I SEE; that is what I know. And that is all I NEED to know.

I know God is real and cares for me; my entire life has been a living testimony of His goodness and faithfulness.

When this life ends and I walk into glory, I will place my crown at His feet … and it will seem a paltry action given all that He has done for me.

SONG: To The King

There are hard times in life; when you may ask, "WHY???"
For those times there really are no answers.
When you have done all that you possibly can within your power to make it through the dark tunnel and emerge into the Light at the end ...
For those times you have to rely on the promises of Almighty God. SATURATE yourself with The Word - devour it morning, noon, and night; think on it when you rise in the morning, move through the day, and lay down at night. SPEAK God's Word BACK TO Him: He doesn't need "reminding", but you need the affirmation. LEAN ON His chest - there is no shame in needing comfort in times of struggle. REST IN the comfort of His abiding love. TRUST that He knows what you are going through and that He is right there beside you, walking through the struggle with you - encouraging you and cheering you on.

To the King of Kings I give my life because He gave His life for me so that I NEVER ... EVER ... have to face the hard times in life alone.

MUSIC: James Gang - Funk #49

Saturday, June 3, 2017


President Trump’s decision to pull the US out of the 2015 Paris climate accord has been received with predictable hysteria. Nothing could better illustrate the parlous state of western society than this irrational, ignorant and ideological reaction.
Trump is being accused of being anti-science. On the contrary: it’s the anthropogenic global warming (AGW) scam that’s anti-science. Here are some elementary facts.
·         Observable fluctuations in global temperature are within the normal historic pattern of atmospheric variation. The world has always warmed and cooled; the climate changes continually and, at times, quite rapidly.

·         Global warming theory rests on the belief that rising CO2 levels drive up atmospheric temperature. But there is no straightforward link between CO2 and temperature. From 1860 to 1875 temperatures rose, then decreased from 1875 to 1890, rose until 1903, fell until 1918, rose dramatically until 1941, then cooled until 1976.

·         Historically, temperature increases have often preceded high CO2 levels, destroying this theory of cause and effect. Moreover, there have been periods when atmospheric CO2 levels were as much as 16 times what they are now, periods characterized not by warming but by glaciation.

·         The warming that was observed between 1978-1998 has stopped and global temperatures have plateaued. This disproves the entire theory that carbon emissions – which have been rising – inexorably drive up global temperature.

     Faced with the consequent contradiction in the IPCC prediction of an 0.3°C global average temperature rise over a decade, AGW proponents claimed that the prediction allowed for pauses. It didn’t.

·         The seas are not generally rising any more than they have done for thousands of years.

·         The icecaps are not generally melting; Antarctic ice is actually increasing.

·         The polar bears are not dying out but increasing in number.

·         There is no upward trend in the occurrence of virtually any extreme events such as tornados, hurricanes, droughts or floods, and some are in fact decreasing.

·         Predictions of planetary temperature apocalypse derive from computer modelling. The assumption that highly complex natural systems can be predicted at all, however, is absurd. And climate change is arguably the most complex system there is: coupled, non-linear, chaotic. The number of feedback mechanisms involved is vast. Computers cannot accommodate such myriad variations. And the idea that by changing just one factor – and a minute factor at that – a predictable outcome can be achieved is scarcely any more believable than the extraction of sunbeams from cucumbers in Jonathan Swift’s satirical island of Laputa. The claim that AGW science is “settled” is itself anti-scientific. Science can never be “settled” but must always remain open to fresh evidence and analysis.The claim that “97 per cent of scientists support AGW theory” is itself bunkum, as shown here.

The reason why so many scientists produce research purporting to demonstrate AGW is that grant-funding and academic advancement depend upon producing such a finding. Even so, as I noted in my 2010 book The World Turned Upside Down: the Global Battle over God, Truth and Power, by 2009 700 scientists, several of them current and former participants in the IPCC, had gone on record to voice significant objections to the theory.
Richard Lindzen, the eminent Professor of Atmospheric Sciences Emeritus at MIT, has repeatedly denounced the sophistry and dishonesty of global warming alarmists, most recently in this article which shredded the claim that AGW theory was based on science.
Among many other distinguished scientists who have also spoken out against AGW are:
o       Christopher Landsea, a former chairman of the American Meteorological Society’s Committee on Tropical Meteorology and Tropical Cyclones and an IPCC author, who discovered that the IPCC was telling lies about the relationship between climate change and hurricanes;

o       Zbigniew Jaworowski, former chairman of the UN Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation, who says the IPCC’s ice-core research is wrong and that therefore it has “based its global warming hypothesis on arbitrary assumptions and these assumptions, it is now clear, are false”.

o       Dr. William J.R. Alexander, Professor Emeritus of the Department of Civil and Biosystems Engineering at the University of Pretoria in South Africa and a former member of the United Nations Scientific and Technical Committee on Natural Disasters, who has written: “I believe that global warming is the biggest scientific scam ever. There is no evidence to prove that the current climate variations are not a natural cycle.”

o       Gerhard Gerlich, of the Institute of Mathematical Physics at the Technical University Carolo-Wilhelmina in Braunschweig in Germany, and Dr. Ralf D. Tscheuschner, who co-authored a devastating paper in 2007 entitled Falsification of the Atmospheric CO2 Greenhouse Effects Within the Frame of Physics. This stated that there was no scientific basis to anthropogenic global warming theory whatsoever.

Not to mention the serial academic misdemeanours exposed in “Climategate”, the huge release of emails from various AGW zealot scientists revealing the suppression of opposing views, the intimidation of editors and the manipulation of data.
Despite all this, western economies have adopted suicidal energy policies on the basis that the AGW scam is true. In Britain as elsewhere, one of the reasons poor people cannot afford to heat their homes is the enormous extra costs imposed by adopting ruinous policies to reduce carbon emissions. In 2013, Der Spiegel declared that as a result of Germany’s disastrous expansion of wind and solar power, electricity had become “a luxury good.”
As Trump said yesterday, according to the National Economic Research Associates the Paris accord would have cost America $3 trillion in lost GDP and as many as 2.7 million lost jobs by 2025.
Trump is putting the interests of American workers in places like Pittsburgh ahead of this agreement. The fact that the Democrat mayor of Pittsburgh declares, however, that he will continue to implement Paris accord-style policies illustrates a further enormous problem America now faces.
Trump correctly observed that there were “serious legal and constitutional issues” with the accord. “Our withdrawal from the agreement represents a reassertion of America’s sovereignty.”
True and very necessary and overdue, and this will doubtless be cheered by the actual workers in Pittsburgh and elsewhere whose interests their President is choosing to prioritize over and above any crackpot ideological theories. Nevertheless, his policy is being opposed by Democrat mayors and governors, along with multinational corporate giants with either an ideological or financial interest in maintaining the AGW-catastrophe fiction.
It is therefore the latest and perhaps most graphic example of the lethal divide that has opened up in the US between, on the one hand, the President allied with America’s blue-collar workers and, on the other, the intellectual, political and corporate elite which is absolutely determined to thwart the agenda the President was elected to deliver. This is a dagger at the heart of American democracy.
in Britain, the idea that there is a legitimate view at all against AGW theory is simply suppressed. I listened in vain to BBC Radio’s Today programme this morning for a single speaker suggesting Trump might have a point. There was none. This was not a news programme. It was propaganda.
It did not see fit to mention, for example, that the Paris accord empowers some of the world’s worst polluters such as China and India. It allows China to increase its carbon emissions for 13 years since it is only committed to begin reducing them by 2030. India has made no commitment on emissions at all, pledging only to make progress on efficiency at half the rate of recent years. Pakistan merely offered to “reduce its emissions after reaching peak levels to the extent possible.”
As Trump said: “In short, the agreement doesn’t eliminate coal jobs, it just transfers those jobs out of America and the United States, and ships them to foreign countries. This agreement is less about the climate and more about other countries gaining a financial advantage over the United States.”
In denouncing the US move, Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel emphasised Germany’s continued commitment to the Paris accord which she called a “cornerstone” of efforts to protect “creation”. Yet as Transport Environment reported, Germany has now seen two straight years of emissions increases due to close of nuclear power station and and replacing it with coal and natural gas after the failure of solar and wind power because of … not enough sunshine or wind. Duh!
In other words, the idea that the Paris accord will do anything to reduce carbon emissions, let alone address the warming of the climate, is patently ludicrous.
In his article, Prof Lindzen says this about climate:
“The system we are looking at consists in two turbulent fluids interacting with each other. They are on a rotating planet that is differentially heated by the sun. A vital constituent of the atmospheric component is water in the liquid, solid and vapor phases, and the changes in phase have vast energetic ramifications. The energy budget of this system involves the absorption and reemission of about 200 watts per square meter. Doubling CO2 involves a 2% perturbation to this budget. So do minor changes in clouds and other features, and such changes are common. In this complex multifactor system, what is the likelihood of the climate (which, itself, consists in many variables and not just globally averaged temperature anomaly) is controlled by this 2% perturbation in a single variable? Believing this is pretty close to believing in magic. Instead, you are told that it is believing in ‘science’.”

In substituting ideology for evidence, the AGW scam represents the repudiation of reason itself. President Trump has struck a blow for science, sovereignty and sanity.

Kathy Griffin on Donald Trump photo scandal | FULL PRESS CONFERENCE

griffin NEVER apologized … in her cry-baby-feel sorry for me-FAKE apology {news press conference} she continued to pantomime and engage in a parody of her twisted sense of comedy, but it fell flat. That wicked woman pulled every trick she could out of the proverbial hat, but it didn’t work: she looked worse than if she’s have kept her wrinkled mouth shut and not gone the fake tears way.

But, like most gender-benders, she is out of touch with reality and always blames others when reality rears up and bites them in the ass. griffin is delusional if she actually believes “young girls and women” sit around dreaming to being her! That is twisted reasoning …
griffin LIES about everything – even her age. She is reportedly 56 years old, but her face and neck tell on her; she looks like a bitchy 86 years old witch.

And where did the soulless redhead dig up those douche-bag (lawyers}, yet grinning like brainless morons at everything their moral-less client says?
In a December 2016 interview for a liberal rag pretending to be a viable piece of literature, griffin said: “Now more than ever we must absolutely go for all the absurdities,” kathy griffin told vulture at the equality now gala Tuesday night. “For me, that’s Trump and all things Trump. It’s not about trying to be an equal opportunity offender anymore because hillary got such a beat down. It’s his turn. So I’m happy to deliver beat down to Donald Trump — and also to Barron. You know a lot of comics are going to go hard for Donald, my edge is that I’ll go direct for Barron. I’m going to get in ahead of the game.”
So, of course, griffin supported rosie o’donnell when she tweeted a video asking if Barron Trump, 10-year-old son of Donald and Melania, was on the autism spectrum. “After the beat down he gave her, she can say whatever she wants to say to that piece of shit,” griffin said before correcting herself. “Oh, that’s President Piece of Shit.”
Instead it is griffin that is showing herself to be a real piece of shit – in ALL regards: she openly stated that she was going to stalk and torment AN ELEVEN YEAR OLD CHILD to get back at his father. That is just plain evil.

And, if Barron Trump is autistic – and we do not know that – then her evil behavior is all the more reprehensible. Add to that evilness that her {lawyers} stood up for her evilness and apparently do not understand that griffin crossed the line all the way around ...
Barron Trump is AN ELEVEN YEAR OLD CHILD, not a ‘grown Trump child’. Apparently griffin does not understand the age differences between a child and an adult. But then again, she doesn’t tell the truth about her own age either.
What griffin has done is terroristic in act, and traitorous in behavior: griffin pantomimed isis behavior and shows MURDEROUS INTENT TOWARDS THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA – a serious felony according to our Constitution, and her “rights” in that regard are NOT upheld under our Bill of Rights, no matter what her liberal {lawyer} tells her or the media; griffin deserves prison, not a slap on the wrist. Preferably a prison for the mentally insane unfit to walk among the populace. Let her and mad bomber madonna be cell pals …
NOTHING she did was comedic in ANY way, sense, or form.
And her {apology} was a farce of the first degree. She was acting … and VERY BADLY. As usual.
If she lost everything, I would not feel sorry for her. She set out to “get in trouble” – and she did. And now she is bitching about it and blaming her victims for the trouble she got herself in?
I do not believe her hype that people want to murder her. griffin is a liar. griffin is delusional. griffin is in trouble because that is where she took this whole ordeal. griffin, like isis, attacks those she hates and then has the audacity to blame the victims.
griffin is evil.