July 2016



Time to Call Out Obama on TPP and Endangering the Election

It's time to face facts. Obama's support of TPP could put Trump in the Whitehouse. If Hillary, the Democratic Party, and their Platform do not clearly and loudly proclaim strong opposition to TPP and specifically object to a lame duck vote for TPP, to a point where very few can doubt their truthfulness , Trump and the Republicans could win the Whitehouse.

Wall Warts

I have several wall warts. They NEVER spend any time plugged in when they are not used.

I also have a Kil-o-watt. I can measure how much power something is using.

I plugged in an old transformer and with no load it drew 3 watts. This is the OLD style that draws POWER when it is off. I thin k this is the type Thom talks about on air.

Women In Several Countries Are Jailed For Suffering Miscarriages

Did you know:

There are seven countries in the world today where abortion is outlawed. It is outlawed in all circumstances, including rape, incest or health of the mother. That fact alone may come as a shock to you, but it’s merely the beginning of an injustice that’s being done.

When a woman in these countries suffers a miscarriage she is investigated for committing murder.

You just read the above-words correctly.

How To Win

Nobody who needs Social Security wants to see it cut.

Please send a short letter to newspapers, social media and blogs supporting Social Securiy and Medicare, reminding voters that Paul Ryan and Donald Trump want to cut benefits.


“getting their parents to do it would be too painful. ”

In some twisted pychopathic form of kindness the newly elected right wing leader of the Philippines has just publicly ordered Filipinos to find a suspected drug user and kill him or her, so parents of the drug addicts won't be asked to. Duterte has offered a reward of 5 million pesos ($108,000) for a drug lord “if he is dead,” urging the public to join his far-reaching twisted psycho anti-crime fight.

Democrats Should Steal Trump's Thunder on Trade

It's time to run bigger, better and harder on trade policies.