Bring back deposits.
November 27, 2015 at 10:40 a.m.
Dems and Repubs-best that money can buy...
It's not high school football. Your allegiance is your signing away true representation.
November 25, 2015 at 12:10 p.m.
Dear Native Americans,
Thanks4Giving us refugees a home. Sorry we're gonna trash the place and terrorize you all onto a fraction of the land you have honored. Next time you'll know that our God trumps your God. Want some turkey ? Who's da Lions playin' today ?
All of us
November 24, 2015 at 5:45 p.m.
Yeah I bet Jesus felt horrible about helping the helpless. "Oh the cost of it all !"
November 22, 2015 at 10:23 a.m.
Going to court is where the path leads...It has to start somewhere. Upon passage, the unenforceable nature of the legislation can be challenged and decided by merits rather than industry propaganda and hidden truths.
For the industry to have spent so much in sinking this at the polls, it is a victory that each time the Bill of Rights gets closer to passing. And with the rate that science becomes available, like the attachment of earthquakes to injection wells, or the disturbance of radon, radium, etc, more people have the opportunity to become truly informed beyond the industry propaganda machine dollars.
Clean regional drinking water is much more important than so called economic opportunity that never comes except to carpet bagging Texans. And sooner or later, results at the polls will show that the truth can be rented, but not bought.
November 21, 2015 at 2:33 p.m.
And each time the vote is closer and closer. More people become informed. People begin to see through the empty promise of jobs. It becomes proven that the injection wells caused the earthquakes. And then people think about their children and vote their conscience.
Seems like you have a problem with truth and democracy Joe. We aren't going away...
November 21, 2015 at 9:22 a.m.
And to clarify-I was speaking of Cambridge's link, not the other vitriol.
November 20, 2015 at 11 a.m.
I enjoyed that and hadn't heard of the artist. Thank you. Something we all should consider as we take a step back and ponder our own perspective(Though from the typical comments, I'd suspect that less than 10% of us do).
I particularly liked the the line "You see that flowers grow where seeds of love are sewn". To me, that doesn't sound like turning away refugees or drone bombing weddings with our Imperial might and fear...
November 20, 2015 at 10:57 a.m.
Oh my name it is nothin’My age it means lessThe country I come fromIs called the MidwestI’s taught and brought up thereThe laws to abideAnd that the land that I live inHas God on its side
Oh the history books tell itThey tell it so wellThe cavalries chargedThe Indians fellThe cavalries chargedThe Indians diedOh the country was youngWith God on its side
Oh the Spanish-AmericanWar had its dayAnd the Civil War tooWas soon laid awayAnd the names of the heroesl’s made to memorizeWith guns in their handsAnd God on their side
Oh the First World War, boysIt closed out its fateThe reason for fightingI never got straightBut I learned to accept itAccept it with prideFor you don’t count the deadWhen God’s on your side
When the Second World WarCame to an endWe forgave the GermansAnd we were friendsThough they murdered six millionIn the ovens they friedThe Germans now tooHave God on their side
I’ve learned to hate RussiansAll through my whole lifeIf another war startsIt’s them we must fightTo hate them and fear themTo run and to hideAnd accept it all bravelyWith God on my side
But now we got weaponsOf the chemical dustIf fire them we’re forced toThen fire them we mustOne push of the buttonAnd a shot the world wideAnd you never ask questionsWhen God’s on your side
Through many dark hourI’ve been thinkin’ about thisThat Jesus ChristWas betrayed by a kissBut I can’t think for youYou’ll have to decideWhether Judas IscariotHad God on his side
So now as I’m leavin’I’m weary as HellThe confusion I’m feelin’Ain’t no tongue can tellThe words fill my headAnd fall to the floorIf God’s on our sideHe’ll stop the next war
by Bob Dylan
November 19, 2015 at 9:08 p.m.
With God on Our Side by Bob Dylan ...never more apt ...
November 19, 2015 at 7:15 p.m.