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« Reply #195 on: Feb 27th, 2017, 3:41pm »

...Granted .. Geert is a lot less subtle about it....

And not only did we not invite him to the palace for tea and bickies, we refused him entrance.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2009/feb/12/far-right-dutch-mp-ban-islam

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« Reply #196 on: Feb 27th, 2017, 3:54pm »

"But is all this wise? Inevitably, one hears some voices urging everyone to cool it --- to wait and see, to try to be constructive, to reach out to Trump supporters, to seek ground for compromise.

Just say no.
Outrage at what's happening to America isn't just justified, it's essential. In fact, it may be our last chance of saving democracy."

quote: Paul Krugman - "The Uses of Outrage - Civil society need to take a stand." --- NYT's OP-ED Monday, February 27, 2017
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« Reply #198 on: Feb 27th, 2017, 4:29pm »

on Feb 27th, 2017, 3:41pm, INT21 wrote:
...Granted .. Geert is a lot less subtle about it....

And not only did we not invite him to the palace for tea and bickies, we refused him entrance.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2009/feb/12/far-right-dutch-mp-ban-islam

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Says everything there is to say about how this country has set itself up for Islamization when a person like Robert Spencer is banned for stating facts about Islam and information that can not be refuted due to the man's thorough knowledge of the subject.
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« Reply #199 on: Feb 27th, 2017, 4:37pm »

on Feb 27th, 2017, 3:37pm, Erno86 wrote:


The poor Muslim snowflake.. I just wish she and her ilk would stop bellyaching about their own "rights" because they never had it so good when it comes to rights and freedom.

I wish instead they would start shaming the world's medieval mindset of Muslims into stopping their intifadas against the west, and to stop their political agendas, bloodshed, brutality and how about standing up against female genital mutilation for a change..

Then you would see things change.. but until these little pom poms in hajibs decide to stand up for what is right, they are as radical as the rest of them, otherwise they would be as appalled at their own as we are at them..

That is reality.

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« Reply #200 on: Feb 27th, 2017, 5:22pm »

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Edwin Wagner I am astonished....Reading from the Netherlands. We have a big refugee problem......but you Americans have a bigger one......The Lefties. Stay safe.
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« Reply #201 on: Feb 28th, 2017, 4:29pm »

"Trump appears to blame generals on SEAL's death in Yemen raid."

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"The first military operation President Trump authorized, a rare and risky raid in Yemen on Jan. 28, resulted in the deaths of a Navy Seal and as many as 29 civilians. That led to reasonable questions from members of Congress, including Republicans, who wanted to know what went wrong and whether there were lessons to be learned.

The Trump administration tried to shut down those inquires, calling them an affront to the legacy of the fallen service member, Chief Petty Officer William Owens.

Chief Owens father begs to differ. Bill Owens told the Miami Herald in an interview published Sunday that he has several lingering questions about the mission during which his son, known as Ryan, was killed. 'Don't hide behind my son's death to prevent an investigation, he said, 'The government owes my son an investigation.'"

When Senator John McCain, who heads the Senate Armed Services Committee, suggested that the raid had been a failure, Mr. Trump attacked him in a series of tweets, defiantly claiming that 'Ryan died on a winning mission' and debating the success or failure of a military operation 'only emboldens the enemy!'"

quote: NYT's Editorials -- Tuesday, February 28, 2017
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« Reply #202 on: Feb 28th, 2017, 4:37pm »

"Mr. Trump's denunciations of and policies targeting Mexicans, Muslims and others have reawakened and energized the demons of bigotry. Hate crimes and other incidents of bias have flared up as documented by many news organizations."

quote: NYT's Editorials --- Tuesday, February 28, 2017
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« Reply #203 on: Feb 28th, 2017, 6:52pm »

Trump vs EPA about time.



This is an example of mission creep. The Clean Water Act was signed into law in the 70s. At about the same time the Environmental Policy Act was also signed into law. This law established the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). At that time the Clean Water Act for dredge or fill material to be placed in “Navigable Waters” of the United States required a permit. The Army Corps of Engineers (COE) had in place a permitting program stemming from The Rivers And Harbors Act (1800s) requiring a permit for any work in navigable waters. This was known as section 10 permits. The main purpose was to prevent one state from damning water flowing through other states.

Since the Corps of Engineers had a permitting program in place EPA deferred to their permitting program to administer section 404 of the Clean Water Act as well. This was supposed to be a temporary arrangement but EPA never developed the administrative tools or personnel to oversee section 404 leaving the COE to oversee and administer the program.

It always struck me as strange that a military organization would have such control over civilian activities. Nonetheless it’s been that way since the 70s.

Over the years, the COE and EPA have redefined navigable waters to include wetlands. At first wetlands were easily perceived especially in coastal areas. Even though these lands were not navigable the logic was to protect the water flowing into navigable waters which could be polluted by filling a wetland. Most federal and state agencies seem to agree with this approach and little opposition was forthcoming.

However, mission creep again became evident when the Corps of Engineers exerted jurisdiction over lakes and ponds which were geographically isolated from navigable waters. The logic used in this taking was that game birds could land in these ponds and under the commerce clause constituted or were equivalent to commerce on navigable waters and therefore under federal jurisdiction (hunters were spending money to hunt birds).

Mission creep continues to where now you don’t even have to have a pond. If the groundwater is sufficiently close to the surface the area could be designated as a wetland requiring permits for you to construct for example a house on your private land or even put a pool in.
There are some exemptions but in most cases the jurisdictional determination is so complicated the average person would need to hire a consultant. The COE could disagree with the consultant at its discretion.

Until recently this determination was final without an opportunity for review but the Supreme Court has intervened. EPA has the authority to overrule the Corps of Engineers since it was their program in the first-place the corps is merely the foot soldier for EPA.

Current regulations defining the wetland.

http://www.usace.army.mil/Portals/2/docs/civilworks/regulatory/rw_bro.pdf

There is a long-convoluted mess of federal agency mission creep and various lawsuits. You’re certainly welcome to look into if interested but I’ve tried to give you the cliff notes version.


All this BS has supported many federal employees and lawyers. As to whether it ever was the intention of Congress for the federal government to extend its tentacles into your backyard is doubtful and equally doubtful is the benefit. Clearly it has stymied many but as I said lawyers and bureaucrats have been feeding off of this for years.

Finally, it looks as though somebody with some sense is going to take care of this. Trump has initiated a rollback to the original intent, with everyone understanding section 404 as Navigable Waters as originally intended.
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"Cambodia Cites Trump's Example in Warning Foreign Media to 'Respect the State'" - By Mike Ives - NYT's - March 1, Wednesday, 2017

"In a sign that President Trump's criticism of the news media may be having a ripple effect overseas, a government spokesman in Cambodia has cited the American leader in threatening to shutter foreign news outlets, including some that receive money from Washington.

The spokesman, Phay Siphan, said that foreign news groups, including the United States-financed Voice of America and Radio Free Asia, should 'reconsider' how they broadcast --- or risk a government response if their reports are deemed to spread disinformation or threaten peace and stability.

The White House decision to bar several news outlets, including The New York Times, CNN and Politico, from a briefing last week, Mr. Phay Siphan said in a Facebook post on Saturday, 'sends a clear message' that Mr. Trump 'sees that news broadcast by those media outlets does not reflect the truth, which is the responsibility of professional journalists'

'Freedom of expression,' he wrote, 'is subject to the law and must respect the state's power.'"


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"Cambodia Cites Trump's Example in Warning Foreign Media to 'Respect the State'" - By Mike Ives - NYT's - March 1, Wednesday, 2017

"In a sign that President Trump's criticism of the news media may be having a ripple effect overseas, a government spokesman in Cambodia has cited the American leader in threatening to shutter foreign news outlets, including some that receive money from Washington.

The spokesman, Phay Siphan, said that foreign news groups, including the United States-financed Voice of America and Radio Free Asia, should 'reconsider' how they broadcast --- or risk a government response if their reports are deemed to spread disinformation or threaten peace and stability.

The White House decision to bar several news outlets, including The New York Times, CNN and Politico, from a briefing last week, Mr. Phay Siphan said in a Facebook post on Saturday, 'sends a clear message' that Mr. Trump 'sees that news broadcast by those media outlets does not reflect the truth, which is the responsibility of professional journalists'

'Freedom of expression,' he wrote, 'is subject to the law and must respect the state's power.'"





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« Reply #208 on: Mar 2nd, 2017, 01:46am »

Erno can you explain to me why the left and those like yourself don't like Trump for any substantial reason?

Why are these news outlets and people like yourself and everyone I know on facebook (sigh) picking at trivialities?

Case in point. He immediately reduced the ability of people who work in the government to lobby for corporations. Nobody on the left has explored or given credit to this action which has been needed for a long time.

Many other aspects... all ignored and instead they want to find anything they can and what they do is almost embarrassing instead for them. What's up?

Why can't the left, the regressive left, those who bring women in as figureheads who espouse about the benefits of Sharia law in America, not understand they are (like the women promoting Sharia) digging their own hole?




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« Reply #209 on: Mar 2nd, 2017, 09:01am »

Tommi,

You want reasons why people do not like Trump ?

Substantial reasons ? Ok

He's a liar. He says things then denies he has said them.

He's an ex bankrupt. May still be one. We can't tell as he won't produce his tax records.

Anyone can get rich if you don't pay taxes and bills. If he can screw up his own finances why should the people trust him with the countries.

He is arrogant on a scale never seen in any other President.

He insults people to their face, to a level that is almost unbelievable if you didn't actually hear him saying it.
Then he turns around and says these same people are 'great people' how he loves them and they love him'

I suspect people like Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz etc are thinking 'what an Ar**hole'.

This guy will bust America if he isn't kept on a very tight leash.

And the way he put that poor lady on the spot during his last speech was shameful. It was cruel beyond belief to use her loss as he did. And he dragged it out as long as possible then claimed 'another record.. Poor woman was wrecked.

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But he's your bXXXXXd,[MOD-EDIT-Z] you wanted him, you got him.

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