Source: Alex Cooper
We can finally put an end to the hysteria Jill Stein has helped to create with her “fundraiser” (more like “self”-raiser).
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette sent out a message across social media, letting Americans know that the recount is done:
Have any liberal friends on Facebook? Share this and let’s Make America Great Again as Trump surges forward with a resounding victory.
Male Carpenter Bee Landing on a Flower
Biologists have long been impressed by the navigation ability of bees and other Hymenoptera. In 1882, Fabre wrote about an experiment with bees and solitary wasps. He caught insects near their nests and carried them in containers to locations, some up to several kilometers distant. Surprisingly, many were able to return to their nest. This was true even if the insects were placed in dark containers and transported by circuitous routes, or tumbled within the containers, all designed to disrupt navigational cues such as compass direction, polarized light and path integration.
How did the insects find their way home? The ability to return to the nest requires that the insects have a “knowledge” of the “district”, a set of visual memories that inform the insect of their position relative to the nest. Once a visual image is acquired that matches a spatial memory…
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Urge online retailer Fab to stop selling cruelly produced angora wool!
Urge Texas A&M University to close their dog laboratories, stop breeding MD dogs, and release all dogs for adoption into good homes.
Nobel Prize winner finds that long-term exposure to meat pathogens increases risk of rare forms of lung cancer.
New research presented this week at the World Conference on Lung Cancer in Austria by keynote speaker Harald Zur Hausen, MD found that exposure to and consumption of meat increases the risk of contracting lung cancer. Dr. Hausen—a Nobel Prize recipient for his work in connecting the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) with increased cancer risk—is currently researching the causes of lung cancer in patients who do not smoke, to determine the links between cancer and other factors such as diet. His findings indicate that slaughterhouse workers, butchers, and others exposed to animal carcasses, inhale oncogenic viruses—or viruses that can lead to cancer cell formation. Additionally, he found that consuming pathogens through animal products—including bovine milk—can also prove carcinogenic for humans. For context, Dr. Hausen focused on India, where smoking is prevalent but…
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Video: One month on the road for wild horses, winter 2016
Just like every nonprofit in the world this time of year can make or break efforts, for the next year and a long time to come. End of the year fundraising is a necessary part of the work WHE must do in order to stay in this fight to protect our wild horses from abuse, slaughter and to keep them free on the range.
WHE runs a rough road to learn, educate and advocate fro the range up. People change truths to forward agenda, the wild horses always tell us what we need to know to advocate for a better world for them. We run that road.
WHE spends very little time on any social scene. We hold no fancy parties, attend no fancy galas. Time is precious as this fight to protect and preserve our amazing wild horses…
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A former immigration officer says many illegal aliens can vote in national elections, in part because they can easily buy fake identification documents.
“I probably arrested more than a thousand illegal aliens in my career,” retired ICE Special-Agent-In-Charge Claude Arnold said during an interview with Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly. “I routinely encounter people in possession of voter registration cards… I would ask them, ‘Do you or have you voted?’ And often, I would get the answer, yes,” he said, adding that about 100 illegals told him that they had voted.
Illegals can vote because they can get realistic fake documents, he said.
“The demand is so great for counterfeit documents because the illegal alien population wants to work—that’s the majority of their motivation for wanting to come to this country,” he said. “So there’s a huge demand for those documents that are required to pass the employment eligibility…
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In congress several lawmakers are working on legislation to delist wolves in Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota & Wyoming. This legislation by Senator Ron Johnson (D-WI)calls for delisting of wolves.
A brief Historyon wolf delisting.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service removed federal protections for gray wolves in 2012 and turned over state management. Shortly after the 2012 delisting these states rushed to create legislation that allowed for hunting of gray wolves. Wisconsin became the only state that allowed the barbaric use of dogs to hunt wolves; Wisconsin quite literally throws dogs to wolves.SourceWyoming called for shooting wolves on sight. Minnesota allowed for the use of inhumane snare traps on wolves. In Michigan the legislature tried to go against the public referendum that voted no against a wolf hunt.
Humane Society of the United States(HSUS) in 2012 filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to…
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Just like their terrestrial cousins, grasses under the sea shed pollen to sexually reproduce. Until now, biologists assumed the marine plants relied on water alone to spread their genes far and wide. But the discovery of pollen-carrying ?bees of the sea? has changed all of that.
Over several years from 2009 to 2012, researchers from the National Autonomous University of Mexico filmed the spring nocturnal wanderings of crustaceans among beds of turtle seagrass, Thalassia testudinum.
Looking through the videos, they spotted more invertebrates visiting male pollen-bearing flowers than those that lacked pollen ? just like bees hovering around pollen-producing plants on land.
?We saw all of these animals coming in, and then we saw some of them carrying pollen,? lead researcher Brigitta van Tussenbroek told New Scientist.
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Have you ever used personal safety apps? Here are a few personal safety apps that you can use on your smartphone to protect yourself.
Sign our petition to the city council of Sinsheim and help us protect sharks from being subjected to a sad existence in an aquarium!
Are we losing the bees? Lisa Gawlas, offers another explanation in her blog. Lisa sees our world in quite different light when she does readings for people. On Dec 7 she mentioned bees working with one of her clients. Spirit animals literally make her scratch her head! Mind buzzing to think that animals, bees in this case, are helping humanity to quantum leap towards higher dimensions. They have not vanished – they are just being busy bees. With spirit things are never as they seem to bee… We definitely need seers like Lisa — and animal communicators — to show us the truth behind illusions. Intriguing visions like this can help us to focus on love, not fear and control, because Mother Nature always knows best.
PETITION: DENY NESTLÉ’S PERMIT TO WITHDRAW MORE GROUNDWATER!
Food & Water WatchNestlé Waters wants to drastically increase the amount of groundwater it is permitted to withdraw in Osceola County, Michigan.
Nestlé has a track record of targeting small communities with limited means to protect their water resources.
The production of bottled water causes significant equity and environmental problems. Companies are profiting by using false advertising, privatizing groundwater supplies or selling tap water in overpriced and environmentally damaging plastic bottles.
Michigan should not value the corporate profits of a multinational bottled water company over the interests of local residents.
Tell Michigan Governor Rick Snyder and the Department of Environmental Quality to deny Nestlé’s request.
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THE NATIVE AMERICAN CODE OF ETHICS
In our travels we’ve recently stumbled across this grouping of Native American codes of ethics. In our studies, we’ve discovered that they have an origination in the Four Worlds Development Project at the University of Lethbridge, Alberta in 1982. Regardless of the origin, it is a set of common sense practices for respecting the Earth and every creature that makes this planet their home.
No Native culture was perfect, of course, but it seems to us that European colonialists could have endeavored to learn more about the culture that they would so readily replace. Without further ado:
NATIVE AMERICAN CODE OF ETHICS
Rise with the sun to pray. Pray alone. Pray often.
The Great Spirit will listen, if you only speak.
Be tolerant of those…
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#AceNewsReport – Dec.07: On Dec. 7, 1941, the U.S. naval fleet came under attack at Pearl Harbor, leading the nation’s entry into World War II.
A gun salute was held Wednesday outside the Fleet Reserve Association Branch in Atlantic Beach to honor the 2,403 servicemen who died in the attack.
Robert Beaudreau was recognized during the ceremony that was held with dozens of veterans and community members.
Beaudreau may be 97-years old, but he remembers Pearl Harbor like it was yesterday. He was a part of the aviation fleet aboard the battleship USS West Virginia when the first alarm sounded.
“Prior to the attack, it was a bright sunny day, and I was getting ready to go to church services,” Beaudreau said.
That’s when he saw the Japanese fighter planes and bombers swoop in.
“I just reached the second deck when the first torpedo hit just below me,” Beaudreau said…
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PETITION – HOLD THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY ACCOUNTABLE FOR THE DAMAGE THAT THEY CAUSED TO LOUISIANA COASTAL WETLANDS
- by: Louisiana Environmental Action Network (LEAN)
- target: Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards, Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, the Cameron Parish Police Jury, and the Jefferson Parish Councilmore
The oil and gas industry, one of the most powerful and profitable sectors of the world economy, continues to fight fervently against being held responsible for the significant damage it has caused to Louisiana’s coast and wetlands.
The facts are clear. At least 34 scientific studies, including studies done by the oil and gas industry itself and dating back as far as 1971, conclude that oil and gas activities contributed greatly to Louisiana’s coastal land loss. Many of the…
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A group of Muslim men in Texas who are looking to establish the first ever Islamic court within the United States border just received some bad news. Mayor Beth Van Duyne let them know that Texas law prohibits any foreign law from being practiced.
This law is unique to Texas and a testament to the people who live there. Anyone in Texas will echo the same sentiment: Texas is meant to be Texas and not some safe space for Muslim extremists.
The mayor received countless threats from representatives at the Council on Islamic-American Relations, a confirmed front for the Muslim brotherhood. She didn’t budge.
Authorities confirmed multiple illegal activities took place within the Muslim community. It’s clear the jihads were simply looking to free themselves from prosecution of future crimes.
Sharia law specifically gives Muslims the right to lie to women for the advancement of jihad (death…
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Michigan votes in areas that voted for Hillary Clinton have been inflated due to worker error disqualifying recounts under state law.
Michigan officials say they can not reconcile vote counts in 610 of 1,680 precincts, or 59% of the precincts, in Michigan’s largest county , Wayne County, which Hillary won by a margin of 2 to 1 over Donald Trump because the original vote counts in the poll books do not match the number of votes in the machine printout reports.
Specifically, the number of votes recorded by the voting machines were higher than the number of voters that were logged into to vote in these precincts.
The news comes as Hillary Clinton lost 32,423 votes in day 5 of the Wisconsin recount which are now showing anomalies that may indicate absentee ballot fraud in Milwaukee.
Officials are blaming the discrepancy on jams in the optical ballots in the…
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In the Wisconsin Day 5 Recount Update 32,423 votes for Hillary Clinton were erased resulting in a 28,830 vote net increase for Donald Trump.
Update: In Michigan, over 1/2 of Hillary Clinton’s Detroit vote count is faces disqualification.
Trump officially won Wisconsin by over 22,000 votes in Wisconsin but thanks to Jill Stein a recount is currently underway.
After day 3 of the recount the official updated recount results for Day 3 on Wisconsin Board of Elections upate page showed Hillary Clinton losing 18,422 votes while Donald Trump lost 3,289 resulting in a net increase of 15,133 votes.
Today the recount results for day 5 were released and it now shows Hillary has lost 32,423 votes and Donald Trump has lost 3,593 votes resulting in a net increase of 28,830 votes for Donald Trump in results reported so far, which includes counties that are still reporting results.
The corporate media…
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DETROIT (AP) – The Latest on the presidential recount efforts in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin (all times local):
A federal judge who ordered Michigan to start recounting presidential votes has dropped his decision, effectively ending a second look at ballots statewide.
Judge Mark Goldsmith acted Wednesday night, a day after the state appeals court said the Green Party candidate isn’t eligible to seek a recount of millions of vote cast Nov. 8.
Earlier Wednesday, the Michigan elections board said the recount would end if Goldsmith extinguished his earlier order.
It was Goldsmith’s midnight ruling Monday that started the recount in Michigan. But his order dealt with timing – not whether a recount was appropriate. More than 20 counties so far are recounting ballots, and some are finished.
The state appeals court said Tuesday that Jill Stein doesn’t qualify as an “aggrieved” candidate under state law because she got…
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Chalk this story up in the deliciously ironic category.
For eight years the Democrats have been accusing Republican leaders and their supporters of racism because they opposed Barack Obama’s policies. And the rhetoric has only gotten worse during the latest Presidential election cycle which culminated in Donald Trump’s win. Donald Trump and his supporters have been called racists, white supremacists, and Hillary Clinton went so far as to call them a “basket of deplorables.”
After just three cabinet nominations Politico ran an article saying white men dominated his staff selections. (It is interesting to note that Donald Trump has been in the public eye his entire adult life and was not once called a racist until he ran against the anointed Democratic candidate.)
Of course throughout this time the Democrats have portrayed themselves as being the party of diversity and equal opportunity so you can imagine my surprise…
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Anyone that ever had any ambivalence about seeing the BLM “movement” as anti-American, racist anarchists need be ambivalent no longer, as Tyler O’Neil at PJ Media reports:
Two days after Cuban dictator Fidel Castro bit the dust, Black Lives Matter memorialized him, and the reasons for it are not pretty. Castro killed thousands of his own people, imprisoned many more, caused 1 million refugees to flee to the United States, and even canceled Christmas. But Black Lives Matter celebrated him — because he provided a refuge for cop killers.
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Profiting off animal abuse is bad business.