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Saturday, August 20, 2016

Gun Shots on Twitter: "I carry a gun cause a cop is too heavy. - Clint Smith"

Gun Shots on Twitter: "I carry a gun cause a cop is too heavy. - Clint Smith"

Ann Coulter - August 17, 2016 - HOW THE MEDIA WORK

Ann Coulter - August 17, 2016 - HOW THE MEDIA WORKMost people are highly suggestible. That's why companies spend billions of dollars on advertising. 



The only way to see how media propaganda works is to remove yourself from the immediate panic. In the calm light of day -- without people hectoring you from every news outlet, every moment of every day -- you can clearly see that two plus two does not equal five, but four. 

Even more instances of voter fraud which I’m assured does not exist « Hot Air

Even more instances of voter fraud which I’m assured does not exist « Hot Air



The Republicans are simply awful for suggesting that monitors should be on the lookout for voter fraud and the rigging of elections. It’s clearly aimed at destroying the nation by shaking the population’s confidence in the electoral system. The Founders must be turning over in their graves, or so I am assured by supporters of Hillary Clinton who don’t want people peering too deeply into voter ID laws.
Of course, the reality is that voter fraud happens and every once in a while we actually catch someone doing it. The Daily Signal provides a quick look at four of the most recent entries in this rogue’s gallery, all of which take place in little towns just like the one you may live in. (These are just the highlights. Full details on each at the link.)
Kentucky
Ruth Robinson, the former mayor of Martin, Kentucky, was sentenced to 90 months’ imprisonment on a variety of charges that included vote buying, identity theft, and fraud…
Texas
Guadalupe Rivera and Graciela Sanchez illegally “assisted” absentee voters in Rivera’s 2013 re-election bid for city commissioner. Rivera won the election by 16 votes, but the result was invalidated after a judge determined that 30 absentee ballots had been submitted illegally…
Iowa
Erin Venessa Leeper registered and voted in a 2015 school board election. As a convicted felon, however, she was ineligible to do so, and pleaded guilty to perjury last May. She was ordered to pay a $750 fine, plus $240 in court costs, and was sentenced to a suspended five-year prison term and two years of probation…
Wisconsin
Robert Monroe pleaded no contest to 13 counts of voter fraud, making him the worst duplicate voter in state history, according to Milwaukee County Assistant District Attorney Bruce Landgraf…
All of these have been added into Heritage’s voter fraud database along with other instances which already number in the hundreds. Few are as interesting (and as yet largely unsolved) as the CBS investigation in the greater Los Angeles area earlier this year which found that hundreds – if not thousands – of people have continued to vote in one election after another, years after they shuffled off this mortal coil.
But as I mentioned above, these are just the cases where we managed to either catch somebody or rouse the media from their usual slumber on the subject to do some actual investigative journalism.As I explained nearly four years ago, the actual amount of voter fraud is not only unknown, but in all likelihood is vastly larger than even the most skeptical would guess. We don’t even know what the murder rates are in our major cities and we actually have people out there investigating killings on a 24/7 basis. Pretty much nobody is investigating voter fraud and there is plenty of incentive to engage in it.


Friday, August 19, 2016

Migrants Refuse Jobs, Claiming They Are 'Guests of Merkel'

Migrants Refuse Jobs, Claiming They Are 'Guests of Merkel'Many German government officials have claimed that the long term effects of mass migration will be a benefit to the German economy, though more economists are arguing it will have the oppositeeffects. Large corporations in Germany have hired hardly any migrants since the start of the migrant crisis, many arguing that even if migrants have the skills for complex professions, they lack basic German language skills which relegate them to simpler labour and retail positions.

Many migrants have expressed a desire to work in Germany but many others have used German hospitality to commit crimes and live a life of luxury that would not be possible in their homelands

Pooch Flair on Twitter: "Dawg RT @selfiequeenbri: This can't be serious https://t.co/t3xLc8rLCU"

Pooch Flair on Twitter: "Dawg RT @selfiequeenbri: This can't be serious https://t.co/t3xLc8rLCU"

Jonathan on Twitter: "Trump acknowledges inner city AA struggles and all of a sudden everybody is bragging about how good they have it."

Jonathan on Twitter: "Trump acknowledges inner city AA struggles and all of a sudden everybody is bragging about how good they have it."

Portal 3 and Half-Life 3: Movies based on series are definitely happening, JJ Abrams confirms

Portal 3 and Half-Life 3: Movies based on series are definitely happening, JJ Abrams confirms

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Galena marsh | IndianaSportsman.com

Galena marsh | IndianaSportsman.com



I hunted Galena marsh for the first and last time years ago. There are deer in there but it's so thick with cat tails and brush that the deer would practically have to carpool with you for a shot. If you go in to push em out you'll sink up to your knees. We were the only ones there at the time and there's a good reason for that. Good Luck if you go, take waders.











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Vegetable oil - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Vegetable oil - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



History[edit]

Such oils have been part of human culture for millennia. Poppy seed,; rapeseed, linseed, almond oil, sesame seed, safflower, and cotton seed were used since at least the bronze age throughout the Middle East and Central Asia.[1] In 1780, Carl Wilhelm Scheeledemonstrated that fats were derived from glycerol. Thirty years later Michel Eugène Chevreul deduced that these fats were esters of fatty acids and glycerol.
In modern times, cottonseed oil was marketed by Procter & Gamble as a creamed shortening in 1911. Ginning mills were happy to have someone haul away the cotton seeds. The extracted oil was refined and partially hydrogenated to give a solid at room temperature and thus mimic natural lard, and can it under nitrogen gas. Compared to the rendered lard Procter & Gamble was already selling to consumers, Crisco was cheaper, easier to stir into a recipe, and could be stored at room temperature for two years without turning rancid.
Soybeans were an exciting new crop from China in the 1930s. Soy was protein-rich, and the medium viscosity oil was high in polyunsaturates. Henry Ford established a soybean research laboratory, developed soybean plastics and a soy-based synthetic wool, and built a car "almost entirely" out of soybeans.[30] Roger Drackett had a successful new product with Windex, but he invested heavily in soybean research, seeing it as a smart investment.[31] By the 1950s and 1960s, soybean oil had become the most popular vegetable oil in the US.
In the mid-1970s, Canadian researchers developed a low-erucic-acid rapeseed cultivar. Because the word "rape" was not considered optimal for marketing, they coined the name "canola" (from "Canada Oil low acid"). The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved use of the canola name in January 1985,[32] and U.S. farmers started planting large areas that spring. Canola oil is lower in saturated fats, and higher in monounsaturates and is a better source of omega-3 fats than other popular oils. Canola is very thin (unlike corn oil) and flavorless (unlike olive oil), so it largely succeeds by displacing soy oil, just as soy oil largely succeeded by displacing cottonseed oil.


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