Bitterroot sky from my front yard 4/27/16
If you have not noticed your blue skies traversed by high-level aircraft trailing billowing plumes that seem unnatural for jet aircraft, then you need to look up, and take note more often.
You may have observed that while weather reports may call for clear skies, these trails can criss-cross your blue sky, spreading into a milky white horizon-to-horizon overcast with distinct sharp edges that, again, do not look like the puffy, uneven billows of natural clouds.
If you haven’t observed this, discussion and information about “chemtrails” or “geoengineering” undoubtedly strike you as delusional. You KNOW they can’t be true because they make no sense. Nobody would do that.
Cognitive dissonance prevents […]
Northern California has longer experience with this than Montana does.
Medical doctors, biologists, pilots, neurosurgeons all came together in this testimony before the Shasta County supervisors.
The video is only 15 minutes, but it condenses two hours of testimony by people with genuine expertise in directly related fields.
Please take the 15 minutes to decide if it is worth further investigation.
I did, and am convinced it is.
to the Government Abuse Americans Will Accept?
Any student of history learns that people will put up with horrific government abuse before they do anything about it. And so I’ve been watching for years, waiting to see how much abuse the Western world, and Americans in particular, will accept from government before they admit that they’re being abused.
In dark moments, I’ve even wondered whether this time was different, whether the natural human reaction against pain had somehow been eliminated. People in the past have rebelled against far less.
But I’ve also come to understand we have, in our times, a unique driver of compliance. By that, I refer to the most sacred of our […]
from Your News Wire .com
Posted on April 26, 2016 by Sean Adl-Tabatabai in News, US
The U.S. government has formerly acknowledged the existence of geoengineering, saying that the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) may begin studying its effects on the climate if a proposed budget bill becomes law.
The U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee proposed a budget bill which would instruct the Department of Energy to conduct research into the possibility of reflecting sunlight into space in an attempt to fight global warming.
The official term of this process is called “albedo modification,” which is a type of geoengineering or weather modification.
According to a 2013 congressional report:
The term ‘geoengineering’ describes this array of […]
Country legend Merle Haggard, who died of a lung infection (double pneumonia) on April 6, sang in his song, “What I hate”: “What I hate is looking up and seeing chemtrails in a clear blue sky today.” Several months ago, I wrote a column titled, “Why are geo-engineering researchers being stonewalled?” In it, I gave an…
A new report examining the devastating toll of incarcerated parents on children, families and their community has found that over five million children have a parent in jail, leading to poor education outcomes, economic strife and psychological problems.
“The saying is all too familiar: Do the crime, do the time. But in America’s age of mass incarceration, millions of children are suffering the consequences of their parents’ sentences and our nation’s tough-on-crime practices,” stated the report, A Shared Sentence released on Monday by The Annie E. Casey Foundation.
Over a period of four decades, the report found that the number of children with a father in prison or jail at some point in their childhood […]
College political science courses are a good starting point for learning about the process. But as anyone with 10 years or more in any field will tell you, what they learned in the real world turned out quite differently from what they learned in school.
In politics, the academics still explain election results while the voting public still believes those to be irrefutable facts.
My experience has been different from theirs. First, their view of, for a relevant example, Montana’s 2012 gubernatorial race.
The Democrat received 236,450 votes The Republican received 228,879 votes The Libertarian received 18,160 votes.
The fascinating, to me, academic conclusion is that the Libertarian gave the election to the Democrats. That had it not been for […]
By Joseph Mercola
Prescriptions for opioids have risen by 300 percent over the past 10 years — a trend that has fueled, if not created a whole new heroin epidemic.1 Americans use the most opioids of any nation — twice the amount used by Canadians, who come in second place in terms of prescriptions.
So many Americans are on opioids, there’s now a huge market for drugs to treat opioid-induced constipation (OIC). A major TV spot for OIC even ran during the televising of the 2016 Super Bowl.2
Meanwhile, the war on (illicit) drugs, which exacts particularly harsh punishment for minor marijuana offenses, has proven itself a miserable failure that actually […]