Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Wednesday Whiteout

Maybe you think I'm speaking of the coverage regarding the current storm (which has fizzled, btw), but I'm not.

What I noticed was my blog on other blogrolls has been relegated down. They are no longer posting my most recent stuff,  and my site is at bottom of the blogrolls with other honored bloggers (how I've been getting so many hits is beyond me) being given the same treatment. It means I must have hit a nerve of truth somewhere, and I am now expecting to be shut down soon.

Could it have been this?

"2 arrested after claiming Texas church shooting was staged" Associated Press March 07, 2018

SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas — Two people have been arrested after appearing at the Texas church where more than two dozen worshipers were gunned down and claiming the attack was staged. 

So much for free speech and the questioning of official accounts or authority.

The pastor of First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, southeast of San Antonio, told the San Antonio Express-News that the pair appeared Monday and claimed that the shooting was fabricated by the US government.

Pastor Frank Pomeroy, whose 14-year-old daughter died in the Nov. 5 shooting, said the two claimed that his daughter never existed.

Wilson County authorities identified the pair as 54-year-old Robert Ussery and 56-year-old Jodie Mann. Ussery was charged with making a terroristic threat, Mann with obstructing a deputy.

Jail records did not indicate whether they had attorneys to represent them.

After the attack last fall, authorities said that the church shooter had died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound after being shot and chased from the scene by two residents."

So what's next? A post office shooting? Just saying self-inflicted false flag fake or hoax will now land you in prison. Pretty soon we will be like Austria.

Texas may offer hints on ‘Trump effect’ in 2018 midterms by Mike DeBonis and Michael Scherer Washington Post  March 07, 2018

My printed article was AP, and I just don't get it.

Trump administration sues California in bid to overturn its sanctuary-state laws

Massachusetts is next.

"Capuano faces a major challenge from Pressley. And Warren, Markey aren’t endorsing him" by Joshua Miller Globe Staff  March 07, 2018

Giving an unexpected cold shoulder to a colleague and fellow Democrat, both Massachusetts senators and two of its representatives are declining to back 10-term incumbent Michael E. Capuano in his congressional primary fight against Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley.

While Capuano, a staunch progressive, has the support of most of his colleagues in the state’s congressional delegation, Senators Elizabeth Warren and Edward J. Markey are not currently among them. Neither are Representatives Niki Tsongas and Seth Moulton.

None of Capuano’s colleagues has endorsed Pressley. But the slight is unusual because the delegation generally presents a united front. Capuano is running, in part, based on his chops as “an inside politician” — someone with the relationships to get the job done for his Boston-area constituents.

The Sept. 4 primary for the Seventh District pits two liberals with little daylight between them on policy issues. Pressley has emphasized other differences: At 44, she is a generation younger than Capuano, who is 66. She is a black woman who lives in Dorchester; he is a man of Irish and Italian descent from Somerville. That contrast may be a factor in the district.....

No difference between the two other than the way they look. Some choice.


At least the teachers got their raise.

Oh, the weather outside.....

Sorry, just not hungry for the Globe anymore. Maybe you are?

Comcast to increase Internet speeds for free

What does it matter if you can't see me?


Apparently, the "problem" has been solved.