Monthly Archives: June 2011

Who Is Really at Fault at Fort Calhoun?

The Fort Calhoun Nuclear Power Station shown above is currently shut down for refueling. Makeshift levees and a broken water berm have now led to water leaking into the plant. Since the Nuclear Regulatory Commission had cited this plant in June, 2010 … Continue reading

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Forget About the 2nd Amendment…

And avoid the tortuous reference of the infamous 14th Amendment to argue application to the individual via “incorporation” (McDonald v Chicago). They sought a declaration that the ban and several re-lated City ordinances violate the Second and Fourteenth Amendments. Rejecting petitioners’ argument that the ordinances … Continue reading

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Aqua Berm at Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant Collapses

The 2000 foot long aqua berm holding back the Missouri River flood waters at the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant collapsed at 1:30 AM on June 26th. The berm (portion shown above at Ft. Calhoun) is a water filled liner. Power … Continue reading

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Restore Confidence in Government

House Bill 351 is more commonly known as the Voter Photo ID bill. This legislation is long overdue but common sense has been overridden by political objectives of the Republican Party. The title of this legislation is “Restore Confidence in … Continue reading

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So Much for the 1st Amendment

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The censorship of information is a necessary step to take control of a government, government action or governmental agency. The following story is happening across the country in various degrees. Most of my filming at the general assembly has been … Continue reading

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No Fly Zone Over Minot, ND Due to “Hazards”

The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a temporary flight restriction over Minot, ND until further notice due to “Hazards”.  The restriction is higher than the restrictions currently in place at the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant and Cooper Nuclear Station: 5000 feet … Continue reading

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Missouri River Statistics from the Government

  The US Army Corps of Engineers provides detailed information concerning dams in the Missouri River basin. The graphics presented in this article are all documented back to their sources. The consequences of the Fort Peck dam in Montana failing … Continue reading

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Who Gets the $2.7 billion from the Sale of Oil?

The International Energy Agency reports on the supply of oil in the world. The graph below shows the supply has increased since the military action started in Libya earlier this year. Details for the increase in supply from this source … Continue reading

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Minot Flooding Update – June 23

The Souris (Mouse) river will be cresting at a higher level than previously reported: 1566 feet which is 8 feet higher than the previous record. This is the result of the decision by the Army Corps of Engineers to release more … Continue reading

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Food Prepping 101

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The following videos were filmed at the Sensible Mountain Preparedness Seminar on June 18th. Richard did an excellent (and entertaining) presentation concerning food preparedness. Food Prepping 101 – Part 1 httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5G3gtpVrzSo

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And to the Republic for Which It Stands

This is the first time that I have turned an email into an article for comments. I left the information intact without any edits. David DeGerolamo Maybe we should turn to our history books and point out to people like … Continue reading

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Faded Glory or Chirping Crickets

The Cary News (Wednesday, June 22, 2011) ran a lead story on the front page which caught my attention: Town’s parks plan reflects diversity: Morrisville considers adding a cricket field to meet demand. The town of Morrisville feels that a full … Continue reading

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Whose Side Are You On?

Hillary Clinton is questioning Congress concerning which side of the Libya “war” they are supporting (see excerpt below). And that is the problem: we don’t know whose side we are on anymore. Who are we fighting in Yemen? Why are … Continue reading

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Alternative Water Solutions

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The following videos from the Sensible Mountain Preparedness Seminar  on June 18, 2011 outline different equipment and systems for alternative water solutions. Part 1 httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ICurIF34aY

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It’s Just a Fantasy – Just Ask the Animal Spirits

The following two graphs from CNNFN.com show a clear delineation between fantasy and reality. The first graph shows the stock market results for the past five days up through noon on June 22, 2011. Every day the market rose based … Continue reading

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