Wednesday, May 30, 2007

U.S. drunk driving deaths rise

The war on DUIs is'nt going so well

Michael Yellow Bird, an associate professor of indigenous nations studies at Kansas University, is coming to the defense of Ward Churchill,

Yellow Bird said that the criticism of Churchill is “clearly an academic freedom issue and politically motivated” because the university “had vetted his stuff” before hiring and promoting him — and didn’t find any problems until there was a national political outcry about the 9/11 writings.

Dosing an elephant with LSD?? You got to be kidding.

Ration Coupons on the Home Front, 1942-1945

Greeley Colorado Meatpacking Plant Sold to Brazilian Company

The pending sale of meatpacker Swift & Co. to a Brazilian company adds new drama to already tumultuous events at the company's Greeley plant, where immigration raids in December resulted in hundreds of arrests.

But now read this
What's wrong with Brazilian meat?

The Four-Fingered Pianist

A Tale of a Greedy Charity, the Salvation Army

KC Tradition - West Terrace Park

Evan Harkins recently created an AMAZING VIDEO regarding the history of West Terrace Park.

This Youtube clip offers a sobering account of how Kansas City has traded so much of its history for the convenience of commuters. If there was ever a parable for local pedestrians, Evan Harkins has created it.

If you care at all about the history of this town, you owe it to yourself to take a look at the clip, send a copy to friends who may find it interesting and tell everybody that TKC found it for you.


Monday, May 28, 2007

Alice Cooper - Ballad of Dwight Fry

State Patrol contacts more than 30,000 motorists during holiday weekend

The State Patrol said it issued 3,033 seat-belt citations and 6,651 speeding tickets, and pulled over 30,045 vehicles.

Talk about police state

How about this
Colorado Troopers Make House Calls To Warn Aggressive Drivers
The house calls are part of the Colorado State Patrol's effort to curb aggressive driving. The program allows drivers to call a state patrol hot line to report people who are driving aggressively.

Drivers with three complaints or more against them get warning letters, which have always been sent by mail, until now.

Cutbacks on manpower for the agency that protects non-military federal facilities.

with the cuts, there would be no weekend or evening coverage anywhere in the country for any facility.

Bush Administration To Skim Off Border Patrol Agents’ For Duty In Iraq

US Opposes G8 Climate Proposals

The US appears to have summarily rejected draft proposals for G8 members that would have agreed to tougher measures for controlling greenhouse gas emissions.

Friday, May 25, 2007

dead link

Timeline of Population Control

The Bush Disaster Timeline

Just a few innocent mistakes

Why Congress Caved to Bush by Patrick J. Buchanan

The Cabal Strikes Back
The neocons are discredited – but not defeated

Reasons for Firing Prosecuters Unclear?

Greg Palast and Robert Kennedy Jr. speak about Roves missing emails.
It's about the 85 who didn't get fired and why they're being kept on -- to do even more "investigations" of Democrats right before the next election, and to keep Republican's off the hook.
The Gonzales scandal actually leads back to election fraud

This was first brought up back in 2006

Thursday, May 24, 2007

House of Bush, House of Saud: The Secret Relationship Between The World's Two Most Powerful Dynasties

How much money has flowed from the House of Saud to the Bush family and its friends and allies over the years? No one will ever know -- but the number is at least $1.477 billion.

David (before he was) Bowie

You Tube-Paul McCartney - Memory Almost Full (2007)

Confessions Of A Former Payday Loan Center Manager

Here's a video confession from the former manager of a Virginia payday loan center.

Mohamed Atta and the Venice Flying Circus

At the same time the Rev. Jerry Falwell was accusing pagans, abortionists, feminists, gays, lesbians, the ACLU and People For the American Way of sharing responsibility for the 9/11 attack the televangelist owed over one million dollars in unpaid loans to the owner of the terror flight school in Florida which trained Mohamed Atta and Marwan Al-Shehhi... Falwell made no mention, then or ever, of his curious debt to secretive Green Bay financier Wallace J. Hilliard, whose flight school abetted.


Short on Rations in Iraq

Because of delays in the delivery overland of rations the mess system is short in regard to fresh produce and similar items and is serving Meals Ready to Eat (MRE) one meal a day.

From Juan Cole blog:
"They avoid local food in the Baghdad region because of the danger guerrillas will poison it."

Conspiracy of Silence - US Politicians Pedophile Ring

Recently signed Presidential Directive NSPD51 Gives BUSH Dictatorial Powers

Nothing to see here, move along quietly

Virtual Hallucinating Device Drives Police Insane for a Day

That's what we need!!!

Happy Birthday Bob Dylan!

Bob Dylan was slated to make his first nationwide television appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show on May 12, 1963, and intended to perform Talkin' John Birch Paranoid Blues a song he wrote lampooning the John Birch Society and the red-hunting paranoia associated with it.
During the afternoon rehearsal that day, CBS officials told Dylan they had deemed the song unacceptable for broadcast and wanted him If I can't play my song, I'd rather not appear on the show"
He then left the studio, walking out on the stint.
The Words of the Prophet are Written in the Cyberspace Hall

Kansas City Officers Train With New Assault Rifle

"The weapon system that we're using is similar to the military M-16 -- this is the civilian version of it," Firearms Training Section Supervisor Sgt. Ward Smith said. "Our officers now are going to have a weapon that they can stand off a little bit from a dangerous location, assess whatever it might be and still be able to maintain control over that area with a firearm."(cough,cough)

The Branson Blog

Branson was a different animal in the sixties when I use to live close to it.


Lax hygiene in food processing is more common than people wish to believe.

John Edwards Says We Need Mandatory Military Service

What else would a wimpy rich kid say?

Monday, May 21, 2007

Vote for “Rudy McRomney” for President

,,and that cigarette you're smokin,why,scare me half to death!!
Open up the window some
Let me catch my breath.

Drugs, Alcohol and Negroes

CRIKEY!! It's the IED Hunter!!!

First they came for my peanutbutter,,,

Chief executive officer of a multimillion-dollar sex-toy company was voted president of San Francisco Police Commission.

Born and raised in Kansas City, Sparks enjoyed dressing up in women's clothes from a very early age, but fought those urges as a young man and underwent intense therapy, including electric shock treatment, hoping to suppress his desire to live as a woman.

Typical Kansas City Faggot

Among the provisions of the compromise immigration bill is one calling for the building of more detention camps.

I'm Goin To Dizz Knee Land

Chinese Poison Train


Todd Rundgren - Fascist Christ

UH-OH,, Lightning damages Jesus statue

US Army Recruiting Mentally Sick

A Nanoguitar

Pot Prisoners Cost Americans $1 Billion a Year

Which is rather odd considering Marijuana is America's number one cash

The Government's 9-11 Commision Report

Warning! PDF File

“Secure Borders, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Reform Act of 2007”


Lets's see,, they wanted a $5000 fine from each illegal immigrant, and that's at a lowball estimate.
oops, that's beyond my calculator digits.

A Fairground Showmans Blog

Jethro Tull Thick as a Brick 1972

An if you go chasing comments,
you'll find mine about the rabbits.

Prohibition Begins

When the Cutty Sark Ends

Cutty Sark AD

Bill Maher: George W. Bush Collector's Plates Series

Inside the Digital Dump

The digital dumping ground, where the poor make a living off other people’s spare parts.

Sunday, May 20, 2007

The Band - Don't Do It (Last Waltz Part 1)

Deuce and a Quarter by Keith Richards and Levon Helm

The Legend of Jesse James

"One Toke Over the Line" with Brewer & Shipley

"Worried about the actions of this administration"

Ani Difranco-Self Evident(lyrics)


Bill Clinton, a 6-foot emu on the run nearly a week, died Thursday after Carrboro police captured him outside a nursing home.

The cause of the flightless bird's death was in dispute: The manager of the Orange County Animal Shelter said police Tasered him. But a police spokesman said officers didn't use a Taser stun gun or tranquilizers. He said the bird injured himself as police tried to load him into a truck to take him to the shelter.

Ron Paul: First Bush Was Working Towards New World Order

"The first President Bush said the New World Order was in tune-- and that's what they were working for.
The U.N. is part of that government.
They're working right now very significantly towards a North American Union.
That's why there's a lot of people in Washington right now who don't care too much about our borders. They have a philosophical belief that national sovereignty is not important.
It's also the reason I've made the very strong suggestion the U.S. need not be in the U.N. for national security reasons."

Republican family values

Friday, May 18, 2007

Congrats to ­GOP Rep. Shannon Cooper for Passing Bill Rewarding Failure

Cooper introduced the bill because the wife of a campaign contributor wanted to be a court reporter but lacked the skill to pass the certification exam, even after repeated attempts.

Shrek The Musical

Oh, No!!

Keep Your Jesus Off My Penis

After tornado, FEMA seizes firearms, turns away help

On Friday, May 4, an F5 tornado wiped the town of Greensburg, Kan., almost entirely off the map. The Federal Emergency Management Agency, along with the National Guard and local police from all over Kansas, then systematically kept out relief workers while they went house to house disarming the residents. As you pass by houses in Greensburg, you notice that some are spraypainted with how many weapons were recovered from the home.

They even turned away trucks from Wallmart that were sent there to help.

Miami's police department has a policy forbidding officers from hanging out with former felons

A Miami police policy that forbids officers from associating with ex-felons has come under fire from some who claim they're being forced to choose between their jobs and their spouses.

And,, in New Mexico,,
Struggling to fill vacancies on the force, the Santa Fe Police Department is considering recruiting Mexican nationals, even though such a move would require changing a state regulation that limits employment in law enforcement to U.S. citizens.

Asylum Street Spankers - Stick Magnetic Ribbons on Your SUV

Home Page

Minimum Wage Increase Tied to War Bill

A Congressional plan to give the United States’ lowest-paid workers their first raise in nearly 10 years was put on hold earlier this month when U.S. President George W. Bush vetoed the Iraq War spending bill.

Driver's License to be the Next Debit Card

Closer to Cashless

Why is it that the pharmaceutical industry comes under so little scrutiny?


Exploding Mosque

Supermarkets Will Stop Selling Cough Medicine to Teens

Beginning Sunday, retail pharmacies in Giant stores will join other grocery chains owned by Royal Ahold in restricting the sales of over-the-counter medicines containing dextromethorphan, a common ingredient in cough syrups, pills and lozenges.

$200,000 reward for information on three missing American soldiers believed captured by Al Qaeda terrorists.

But,, a dead Iraqi civilian is only worth $2000, and yet,, there are billions of dollars in oil "missing" in Iraq.

The Song Remains the Same

Preventive Defense Project

Trampled by Turtles

My Space

Thanks for the Camera

Thursday, May 17, 2007

The Seeds - Pushin' Too Hard


The Tragedy of Gulf War Syndrome

Tainted fish food makes its way to Kodiak hatcheries

Juvenile fish being raised in some of Alaska’s salmon hatcheries, including Kodiak, were inadvertently fed food contaminated with melamine, the same substance that triggered a massive recall of pet food following the deaths of cats and dogs.

Cassandra Wilson-The Wind Cries Mary.mp3

Al Gores New Book, "The Assault On Reason."

The Blue Hillbillies

The Missouri Civil War Museum

VIA Tofu Hut

Senate Defeats Iraq Withdrawal Measure

Archive of every US attack on Iraq from 1992-2005


The Aaron Harber Show

Cancer causing Benzene can form in soft drinks containing vitamin C, also called ascorbic acid, and either sodium benzoate or potassium benzoate.

Alabama and Mississippi have banned Chinese catfish after finding them pumped full of fluoroquinolones


Wednesday, May 16, 2007

PBS Frontline aired Spying on the Home Front

They hated Lincoln, they mocked Van Gogh, they hooted Dylan at Newport, and kicked Elvis off the Grand Ole Opry

Ramblin' Jack Elliott - Arthritis Blues.mp3

A Constitutional Duty: IMPEACH IN 2007 (Seymour Hersh)

Newsreel: Anti-War March, 1967

In this clip from 1967, newsreel reader Ed Herlihy narrates a cynical take on the anti-Vietnam War marches which took place in New York City, San Francisco, and across the US

(Link to)The State Is Not God (feat Alex Jones)

You Tube

Music You (Possibly) Won't Hear Anyplace Else

Dangerous Times -Chuck Brodsky

Chuck Brodsky's Stolen Instruments

Kansas City's Mafia Family History

Blind man wants concealed-carry permit

Michelle Malkin and EFF defeat UMG censorship

Nuclear waste coming to a landfill near you

Nuclear waste coming to a landfill near you-Radioactive materials are being released from nuclear weapons facilities to regular landfills in the United States and could get into commercial recycling streams, according to Nuclear Information and Resource Service (NIRS).

The seven sites were: Oak Ridge TN, Rocky Flats CO, Los Alamos NM, Mound and Fernald OH, West Valley NY, and Paducah KY.

Will It Flush(and stop tickling the plumber)

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Tony Snow, White House Press Secretary, plays "Stormy Monday" with Leslie West of Mountain.

Double Guantanamo!

Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter signed 26 bills into law today

Bobby Brown threatens a British chat show host (Jamie Campbell)

Falwells Quotes

The Falwell Follies

Jerry Falwell, Explained

"Bud Bundy" Bud Bust

Surge Report

People in Iraqi jails has jumped from approximately 7,000 to 37,641, all since the end of January.

Soldiers train little for being captured

Green TV

Evidently We Are Under Some Type Of Nuclear Exercise. "Operation Vigilant Guard"

Seems it's been going on now for at least a month

New Crime--"Attempted" Copyright Infringement

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is pressing the U.S. Congress to enact a sweeping intellectual property bill that would increase criminal penalties for copyright infringement, including "attempts" to commit piracy.

To Live In The 1920's

I Loved It

The Auto Industry-The Not-So-Big-Three

General Motors is no stranger to fake news, having funded eight of the video news releases tracked in the Center for Media and Democracy's two reports on fake TV news.

The Cube (1969) , directed by Jim Henson

Brought to you by Those People

Read "The Internet Tough Guy"

("Quote") I remember one time I challenged someone who'd been sending me hate mail to call me up and say the words aloud: the phone rang a moment later.

Wow, all you have to is insult the author and he'll give his phone number??

Monday, May 14, 2007

The 2007 Commemorative Triangle Stamp

History buffs will celebrate the 400th anniversary of America's first permanent English settlement with the issuance of the commemorative Settlement of Jamestown souvenir stamp sheet in Jamestown, VA, May 5.
On the front of the pane is a First-Class stamp featuring a painting of the three ships that carried the first settlers to Jamestown — the Susan Constant, Godspeed and Discovery. The stamp is in the shape of a triangle, as was the fort raised by the Jamestown settlers shortly after their 1607 arrival.

Here's the others.

Mothers Day Marilyn Manson on Letterman 2003

Forbidden Fruit: The Absinthe Drinker

A retired neurosurgeon explains the myths behind the green fairy and what draws him to this forbidden fruit


The Democrats Sell-Out

Dems Suddenly Refusing To Pass Promised Lobbying Reforms

Possible three years in state prison for riding a bike under the influence

Britney Spears interview 1999 includes clip of her performance at 9 years old

The Highjacking of a Nation(part one)---by Sibel Edmonds

Part Two: The Auctioning of Former Statesmen & Dime a Dozen Generals

Depleted Uranium in the plane(or whatever) that hit the Pentagon


Frontline-Gangs of Iraq-(7 Part Story)

Google Sightseeing-A herd of Florida Manatees hang out in warm waters of power plant

Sunday, May 13, 2007

President Bush interrupts orchestra, takes over for conductor

Bill O'Reillys Sex Fantasies


Seconds before “The Star-Spangled Banner” and “God Bless America” are played, police officers, security guards and ushers turn their backs to the American flag in center field, stare at fans moving through the stands and ask them to stop. Across the stadium’s lower section, ushers stand every 20 feet to block the main aisle with chains

Ding Dong, The Gipper Is Dead

Like a Bird on a Wire

Segment from the helicopter documentary "Straight Up!", showing power line maintenance being performed on live wires by a man outside a helicopter,

Monday is FBIs Wiretap the Internet Day

May 14th is the official deadline for cable modem companies, DSL providers, broadband over powerline, satellite internet companies and some universities to finish wiring up their networks with FBI-friendly surveillance gear, to comply with the FCC's expanded interpretation of the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act.

The Drugging of our Children(2005)

Saturday, May 12, 2007

Bo Diddley on Ed Sullivan-1955

Bo pissed off Sullivan by playing his own # 1 song, instead of Tennessee Ernie Ford's "Sixteen Tons" as Sullivan had instructed him to do.

Laura Bush skipped her college graduation in 1973. The commencement speaker was GHW Bush. Incredible!

When Democracy Failed

Since 1984, only one major-party presidential candidate -- Bill Clinton in 1992 has refused to release their tax records

Ozark Music Festival, (1974)

Some estimates have put the crowd count at 350,000 people which would make this one of the largest music events (Rock Festivals) in history.

I was there. It was incredible. So much dope, people running around naked, the band line up. Probably the finale of the outdoor music scene.


Hot And Nasty-- Black Oak Arkansas

Shark versus Octopus

A Secret Deal On Immigration?

An illustrated guide to GOP scandals.

Current Members of Congress under Investigation

Denver man who invented lasers, dies

Happy Mothers Day

The Mothers Day "Sell Out"

Congress is considering a bill that would cut the tax on beer by half

Pentagon restricting testimony in Congress

The Pentagon has placed unprecedented restrictions on who can testify before Congress, reserving the right to bar lower-ranking officers, enlisted soldiers, and career bureaucrats from appearing before oversight committees or having their remarks transcribed, according to Defense Department documents.

Iraqi Lawmakers Back Bill on U.S. Withdrawal

A majority of members of Iraq’s parliament have signed a draft bill that would require a timetable for the withdrawal of U.S. soldiers from Iraq and freeze current troop levels.

Bush signs National Security Directive in Case of Big "Terrorist" Attack

Senators Who Weakened Drug Bill Received Millions From Industry

Also see a 60 Minutes story on the Medicare Prescription Drug bill

Canada to weaken poison controls to appease the U.S.

“Canada is set to raise the amount of maximum pesticide residues allowable on hundreds of fruits and vegetables, reports the Ottawa Citizen, as part of “an effort to harmonize Canadian pesticide rules with those of the United States.”

Thursday, May 10, 2007

George Tenet and Ron Jeremy were schoolmatesBonus,, Excerpt from Ron Jeremys book The Porn Star and the Evangelist
The adult film star talks about his unlikely friendship with Christian preacher Tammy Faye Messner.

Crocodile Recipes

Rice in the oil-for-food scandal?

How the Inca Leapt Canyons

"I insist that [coca leaf] can be consumed directly and elegantly in salad."
-Peruvian president Alan Garcia, December 2006.
Peru is the world's No. 2 cocaine producer

Tuesday, May 08, 2007


Which explains the "missing bee crisis",,this guy is eating all the bee pollen!!
Talk about Zombie!!!

The Trap: Episode One (Adam Curtis, BBC)


Cat Power

Water For People

Media Conglomerates, Mergers, Concentration of Ownership

Japanese Politician Calls For “Total Annihalation of the Government”

More about him here

The War Party

The American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI) is a conservative think tank, founded in 1943, whose stated mission is "to defend the principles and improve the institutions of American freedom and democratic capitalism — limited government, private enterprise, individual liberty and responsibility, vigilant and effective defense and foreign policies, political accountability, and open debate.
"[1] AEI is an independent, non-profit organization.
It is supported primarily by grants and contributions from foundations, corporations, and individuals.

The Prosthetic Limb Racket in Iraq

Monday, May 07, 2007

From China to Panama, a Trail of Poisoned Medicine

Kansas Town's Rebuilding Effort Hampered

The governor of Kansas said the rebuilding effort in tornado-ravaged Greensburg likely will be hampered because some much-needed equipment is in Iraq.

US Army: American news media are a threat to the nation

Colorado Elections Employee Caught Selling Voter Data To GOP Candidates

Texas assistant U.S. attorney deaths raise foul play questions

This, as three more assistant U.S. attorneys working with the dead women and two U.S. attorneys in California and Missouri were subsequently forced to resign or were fired by Mr. Gonzales while all were involved in prosecuting Novation and its member company Tenet in an $80 billion dollar Medicare fraud case.

Uranium futures market to open on NYMEX today


Okinawa-gate: The Unknown Scandal

Nasa Shuttle Images of a Mysterious ancient bridge between India and Srilanka

The Reagan Myth

Keith Richards' mother dies

I know there is a joke there,,somewhere.

Equipment graveyard Camp Anaconda in Iraq

Hitler's Carmaker:

The Inside Story of How General Motors Helped Mobilize the Third Reich

How Bush's grandfather helped Hitler's rise to power

(The Elkhorn Manifesto)

Hitler Designed the Beetle

Saturday, May 05, 2007

Pizza Huts first commercial in 1965

The saddest thing I've ever seen--Python Eats Chick

Indiana Sheriff Allows Illegal Trespass

Indiana man tries to explain his 4th Amendment rights to the sheriff and a health inspector after she attempts to search his property without a warrant. Sheriff tries the old "if you have nothing to hide line" to persuade the man to allow to search.

Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Giuliani’s Tie to Texas Law Firm = $$$$

Blue Wall of Lawlessness

During the 1970s, an American hero, the late Democratic senator Frank Church of Idaho, exposed the secret illegal operations of the FBI, the CIA, and the National Security Agency.

The Coast Guards Deepwater Scandal

that possibly killed

New version of MREs

Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Reagan not only illegally sold arms to Iran,,

, he illegally allowed Pakistan to develop nuclear weapons (with US technology), who in turn passed on the technology to "Lybia, Iran, and North Korea.
All roads seem to lead to Pakistan
A Proclamation by the President of the United State of America

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE W. BUSH, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim May 2007 as Older Americans Month.

(Things getting a little hot you Georgey boy??)

The Red List of Threatened Species

It is a fact widely accepted by biologists but little known by the population at large. By the end of the century, half of all species on Earth may be gone

Mission Accomplished, 4 Years on: A Commentary in Links

Here's music to celebrate it with.


Father and son discover the Holy Grail of music hidden away for 600 years on the columns of Rosslyn Chapel

Meaning of "High Crimes and Misdemeanors"

The impeachment and removal process should be a debate on the entire field of proven and suspected misconduct by federal officials and agents under this president, and if judged to have been excessive by reasonable standards, to be grounds for removal, even if direct complicity cannot be shown.

ID Cards for Green Zone, U.S. Embassy Uncovered in Sunni Stronghold

Most Katrina Aid From Overseas Went Unclaimed

Titled "Echo-Chamber Message" -- a public relations term for talking points designed to be repeated again and again -- the Sept. 7, 2005, directive was unmistakable: Assure the scores of countries that had pledged or donated aid at the height of the disaster that their largesse had provided Americans "practical help and moral support" and "highlight the concrete benefits hurricane victims are receiving."
Court rules police can't be sued in high-speed chase

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday that a police officer cannot be held liable for ramming a fleeing car during a high-speed chase, forcing the vehicle off the road and resulting in severe injury or even death for the driver.