GOVEROTRAGEOUS: Gooferment Skrules bring these problems to the forefront


Shocking moment student kicked the chair out from underneath a classmate who refused to stand during the Pledge of Allegiance

  • The incident happened at Winters Mill High School in Westminster, Maryland 
  • The student who kicked the chair posted video of the event on his Instagram
  • He said the other teen was ‘disrespectful’ and needed to get his ‘a** kicked’
  • The student who stayed sitting said he was protesting the current US leadership 
  • Carroll County Schools said the student who kicked the chair was disciplined

By Kelly Mclaughlin For Mailonline
PUBLISHED: 11:56 EDT, 25 October 2017 | UPDATED: 12:53 EDT, 25 October 2017    

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A high school student in Maryland has been disciplined after kicking a chair out from underneath another student who was not standing during the Pledge of Allegiance.

The incident happened at Winters Mill High School in Westminster, Maryland, on Tuesday morning.

The student who kicked the chair posted video footage of the event on Instagram, calling the other teen ‘disrespectful’ and said he need to get his ‘a** kicked’.

The Pledge of Allegiance is recited every morning during morning announcements across Carroll County public schools, but students aren’t required to stand during it.

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Sorry, but this wouldn’t be a problem if the Gooferment Skrules didn’t recite the Pledge every morning.

You have to realize the PURPOSE of Gooferment Skrules.


It’s always been to create cannon fodder for the Army, willing morons for the factories, and useful idiots to vote for and be led by the elite.

“They can jail us. They can shoot us. They can even conscript us. They can use us as cannon-fodder in the Somme. But… but, we have a weapon more powerful than any in the whole arsenal of their British Empire. And that weapon is our refusal. Our refusal to bow to any order but our own, any institutions but our own.” — Liam Neeson portraying Michael Collins, 1996.


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SECESSION: Breaking into 3 to frustrate Cal-Exit?

California clears first hurdle to breaking into three states
by Anna Giaritelli | Oct 29, 2017, 1:45 PM  

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The plan proposes making the area including and north of San Francisco into one state, a coastal region extending south to Los Angeles another state, and everywhere south and east of those a third state.

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Why would “we” give California more clout in the Senate now?

Just let them go their way in peace.

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JOBSEARCH: Action speaks louder than resumes


What Job-Hunting Teaches Us about the Value of Innovation
By: Ryan Ayers
In: Innovation Psychology

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Create Your Own Solution – Take Action

When you’re searching for your dream job, so are hundreds of others. They’re all applying for the same openings, using the same strategies to land a job that everyone else is. However, the people who really get noticed are the ones who go straight to the companies they want with their value, regardless of whether there’s a posted opening or not. One tech company hired four people in six months who proactively reached out and showed the decision-maker at the company what they could do to make his company more successful.

Innovators don’t wait until someone asks for a need to be filled. They spot the gaps before anyone else sees them, and take action to create solutions proactively. They know their efforts may not be successful, but they try anyway. Why? Because sometimes, it they do work. Decisive, informed action is what sets innovators apart, in both the job search and when driving the changes they want to see in the world.

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This reminded me of my very first job search when I took my first golden handshake from AT&T. I didn’t know any better, so I sent out 400+ letters to banks and brokerages. Each included a multi-page resume. I don’t remember the page count but it was long. It took two first class stamps to mail. And, each was personalize and in a hand addressed envelope. I was rewarded by many interviews and a choice of three offers. I started the second week in January and remember I was upset because I was out of work about 10 days. Laugh!

So, be aggressive in seeking out YOUR opportunities. I still believe that your UVP (Unique Value Equation) must be backed up with your USP (Unique Sales Process).

Good luck and good hunting.

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GUNS: The average gun owner isn’t interested doing a thing to anyone


AP Focuses Spotlight On LGBTQ Gun Group
Posted at 8:30 am on October 23, 2017 by Tom Knighton

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But those same conservatives are also the very same people who have volunteered as part of Operation Blazing Sword, a project launched following the Pulse Orlando shooting last year. It’s where a large number of conservative and libertarian gun owners–including myself, to be clear–volunteered to help teach the LGBTQ community how to shoot so they could protect themselves.

In short, the average gun owner isn’t interested doing a thing to anyone in the Trigger Warnings group…except maybe chuckle at their name because it’s kind of awesome.

Don’t get me wrong, the concerns about neo-Nazis have a place. They’re out there and they’re a threat to pretty much anyone who disagrees with them on anything, but more so for people who are part of groups lacking approval by their warped ideology. Being concerned about those threats definitely has a place in one’s training.

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All the gun owners that I’ve met — not a statistical study by any means — are just folks who want to have fun, shoot strange stuff, and not be bothered by busybodies.

I recently read that gun shootings by non-police have an extremely small percentage of error or harm to innocents. Further, that just the presence of a good person with a gun tends to stop crime. Finally, “gun free zones” are dangerous because they attract the bad guys.


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INTERESTING: Could we use dogs to quickly screen for diseases?

Does Sickness Smell?
By Joseph Mercola October 23, 2017

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In yet another example, a Labrador retriever was trained to detect the scent of colorectal cancer from breath and stool samples with greater than 90 percent accuracy.21 Using breath samples, the dog could detect colorectal cancer with 91 percent accuracy and had an amazing 97 percent accuracy with stool samples. The researchers concluded:

“This study shows that a specific cancer scent does indeed exist and that cancer-specific chemical compounds may be circulating throughout the body. These odor materials may become effective tools in colorectal cancer screening.”

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Hopefully soon, we can have “disease detectors” that mimic the dog’s ability.

Either that or an array of dogs that give you a sniff as you walk into the hospital. 

Maybe that’s the future of Gooferment “healthcare”?

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Healthy Convergence 
CVS is in talks to buy Aetna for more than $66 billion, as the drugstore giant works to fortify itself against looming competition from Amazon while the health-care industry undergoes a reordering. In a sign of the seriousness of the talks, the companies’ chief executives have met multiple times over a period of roughly six months. CVS has made a proposal to buy the health insurer for more than $200 a share. With Aetna, CVS could lock in a huge number of members for its pharmacy-benefit management arm, as well as customers for its drugstores. That could bolster its leverage in negotiations with drugmakers, while its oversight of health insurance could improve its ability to strike new deals that tie drug prices to patient outcomes. If a deal were to be struck, it would be the year’s largest.

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Wow, pretty stunning!

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