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Arctic Conditions Locks Down Northeast While Bloomberg Campaigns Against Global Warming

Yes, it is a real news story.  I am now buried under nearly three feet of snow and all of March the daytime temperatures has been below or just above freezing and this is going to continue until at least mid-March.  So much for ‘global warming’.  I live on part of this ‘globe’ and am pissed off, big time.  Also, the Bilderberg gang is freaking out over Trump’s trade war as he forces corporations to return production to the USA and hire American workers!  The Real Rulers hate this idea, totally.

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Part Time Professors Cannot Organize Union: They Teach The Scabs (Students)

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Faculty demonstrators at my old school, the University of Arizona, demanding a return to professor full status.  These people were young when I had to dump my entire career when the same school eliminated the German language department leaving only part time teachers who taught simple language classes.  Not one professor in the other areas protested this elimination back then.  As I packed my bags in 1974 and left, I warned everyone that we were only the beginning of the decimation of the university systems.

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Bilderberg Rag New York Times Attacks Trump’s Successes Stopping ‘Free Trade’

While struggling to try to pretend to be ‘neutral’ the Bilderberg rag, NYT, writes a long article about Trump’s early successes at stopping the bleeding of US manufacturing jobs, walking a tightrope trying to sound ‘patriotic’ while attacking Trump.  The NYT has pushed for ‘free trade’ all my long life without exception.  And there never has been ‘free trade’ at all.  What we have is ‘transfer of US jobs overseas seeking cheap labor and high profits.’  What do we get in exchange for imported goods?  A gigantic national debt that grows monstrously each year to infinity which is totally unsustainable.

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Increasingly Poor University Adjuncts Attempting Some Sort Of Fight To Survive Brutal Exploitation

The Great Sit-Down – Yesterday’s Witness in America – YouTube: the huge battles for unions which are now in ruins as is Detroit.

 

I grew up at various observatories, Yerkes in Wisconsin, Mt. McDonald in Texas, Kitt Peak, founded by  my dad in Tucson, Arizona, and various ones in California like Mt. Wilson.  In between we lived on or around various universities where my dad was usually the head of his department and all my dearest childhood friends nearly without exception were the children of professors.  None of us became professors.  The entire university system began breaking down around the time I was working on going into graduate school when my field was ruthlessly eliminated nearly simultaneously at all the universities even the biggest ones.  I, instead, became a builder and farmer as did a number of my friends.

 

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13 Year Old Cartrail ‘Tha King’ Robertson Murder Highlights Gangsta Wannabe Black Teen Problems

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Brooklyn residents don’t appreciate Spike Lee’s rants on gentrification: Mr. Lee was allowed, due to being a Hollywood personality living in NYC, to perform a disgusting, very racist, obscene rant about fixing up neighborhoods that once declined into crime-riddled slums.  The two neighborhoods this upper East Side Manhattan Super Star criticized was two places I was very active in cleaning up and renovating.  That is, Park Slope and Fort Greene.  It wasn’t the house repairs that worked when I was operating there, it was my very proactive, arrest anyone street patrols we organized back in the 1970’s.  This was literal life and death.  My block, before the patrols began, had a monthly murder rate that was very high, three in one month the same month we decided, after blocking off the street with discarded couches, to change via being very, very active at night.  And it worked and this pissed off Sharpton and Lee no end and both attacked me, personally, for doing this because I was a white woman.

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What’s The Matter With Kansas: Race Politics Under Microscope

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Kansas City SWAT rounds up criminals with warrants – YouTube

Liberals profess to being confused about Kansas being basically right wing Republican.  This is viewed on the left with distain and ill-concealed  hatred which is returned in similar kind by Republicans.  This is a great national divide and understanding how Kansas operates politically means looking at race and class statistics and we must ponder many issues that divide Americans.  The Immigrant Nation goes through various surges of distress due to floods of foreigners.  The social upheavals this cause are powerful.  The US cannot stand for long as a nation if we encourage and copy thug behavior, both the ghetto thug and the woman abusing biker ethos.  White and black youth are being marginalized and cut out of the workplace by foreign labor from Hispanic and Asian nations.

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China Calls For Replacing US Dollar With ‘Super Currency’

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MUST WATCH: Bernanke’s True Legacy “Helicopter Ben” – Elaine Diane Taylor – YouTube: She is a wonderful singer with a huge vocal range and plays the guitar, too and is ten thousand times more talented than many of today’s pop stars who fake singing on stage and in reality, sing out of tune and off beat.  While the New York Times notices that the rich got much richer and the middle class much poorer after Helicopter Ben bailed out his fellow bankers, the NYT refuses to see how free trade killed our unions and thus, the entire middle class.  The members of the unions in the US slew themselves by voting for Reagan and cheap foreign goods which briefly, added to the easy credit debt, made middle class families feel temporarily rich.

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