What Will It Take To Stop The Climate Engineering Madness? As we stand poised upon the precipice of our own self-destruction, I am consistently astounded by the unwillingness of people to wake up and smell the aerosols.  Granted, I was also unaware of our situation until only a few years ago but, once I finally […]

The Equation… or Partly Sunny With a 100% Chance of Misdirection I haven’t been an internet researcher for very long… only since 2011, when I began spending a lot of time surfing the web and dipping into the data stream.  I was a naive traveler through that great warren of rabbit holes, assuming most people […]

Some Helpful Tips on Recognizing Disinformation (bear in mind that this was written 15 years ago… it is not a new phenomenon): Twenty-Five Ways To Suppress Truth: The Rules of Disinformation (Includes The 8 Traits of A Disinformationalist) by H. Michael Sweeney – copyright (c) 1997, 2000 All rights reserved (Revised April 2000) link: http://www.whale.to/m/disin.html […]

Harney County Hijinks or… This Land is Your Land, This Land is My Land (author’s note: I began this article during the early stages of the Malheur occupation… it is now over a month later and some of the article has been updated to reflect events up to the point of the shooting of Robert […]

I love chickens… when they are allowed to range freely and do their chicken thing eating bugs, scratching for treats, hiding nests in the deep grass, double clutching (eggs, not hot-rods), scurrying about establishing their pecking order, strolling around with a clutch of baby chicks in tow, flogging offending dogs… they are a joy to […]

Rediscovering John Denver (a work in progress) Preface October 12, 2015 It’s looking like today is not going to be a very good day…  for one, it is the 18th anniversary of John Denver’s untimely death.  A tragic moment for humanity, whether we realize it or not.  I woke up this morning and decided to […]

As a rule, a man’s a fool When it’s hot, he wants it cool When it’s cool, he want’s it hot Always wanting what is not This poem was painted on a small wooden plaque in my grandmother’s house. It was a clever piece of 1920’s kitsch that was a favorite of mine and helped […]