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    OT: Pigs in a blanket Fry like Bacon?

    by fraud_z_buster Aug 31, 2015 3:49 PM

    fraud man you use the word 'prog' loosely. There is a percent of humans that possess a homicidal, genocidal gene and given any excuse and approval from their peers their murdering tendencies will manifest itself in the slaughter of their object of perceived torment or hate. So, fraud try to make nice.

  • Reply to

    OT: Pigs in a blanket Fry like Bacon?

    by fraud_z_buster Aug 31, 2015 3:49 PM

    Another sad day in America......a Lake county, Illinois Police officer has been shot and killed. When is this prog madness going to stop?

  • https://www.youtube.com/embed/rx0MRawkrj4

  • fraud, the idiot is a one note horn and that is racist. Anyone who disagrees with him is a racist. He never gives a direct answer to a post. After all he is an idiot.

  • See how despicable ya are. Ya can't even answer a simple question about "pig in a blanket, fry like bacon"...... because you and ya prog purveyors are the racists PERIOD.......hehehehehehehehehe

  • Get down and dirty Hillary!

  • BY ANDY BOROWITZ / The New Yorker

    WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—A new poll indicates that the American people are deeply disappointed in Hillary Clinton’s State Department e-mail flap because it does not live up to the high standards of sordidness set by Clinton scandals of the past.

    Davis Logsdon, who supervised the poll for the University of Minnesota’s Opinion Research Institute, said that those surveyed were “receptive and even intrigued” by the idea of a new Clinton scandal, but then were deflated when they learned what the scandal actually involved.

    “When people hear the words ‘Clinton scandal,’ they expect a certain amount of sex and sleaze,” Logsdon said. “But once they find out that this one is about State Department e-mail regulations which may or may not have been disobeyed, they feel very let down.”

    “In a sense, the Clintons have created this problem for themselves,” Logsdon added. “They set an extremely high bar with some very memorable scandals in the past, and for a lot of people, this one just doesn’t live up to the hype.”

    The current scandal could be salvaged in the public’s eye if some of Hillary Clinton’s e-mails turn out to have sexual content, but Logsdon called that “a long shot.”

    “The poll results show that there’s a genuine appetite out there for a juicy Clinton scandal,” he said. “But, sadly, there’s also a sense that maybe they did their best work in the nineties.”

  • 9:15 AM ET 9/1/15 | BusinessWire

    Ocata Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ:OCAT), a leader in the field of Regenerative Ophthalmology(TM), today announced that it has been awarded a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant from the National Eye Institute (NEI), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), to fund Investigational New Drug (IND)-enabling preclinical development of Ocata's proprietary photoreceptor progenitor product for the treatment of retinal degenerative diseases, such as retinitis pigmentosa (RP) and photoreceptor dystrophies.

    "Ocata has developed a unique and novel method for robust differentiation of human pluripotent stem cells into pure, renewable populations of retinal photoreceptor cells," said Robert Lanza, M.D., Chief Scientific Officer at Ocata, and Principal Investigator of the grant. "Our studies in multiple animal models have shown that these cells can integrate into damaged retina, promote survival of host photoreceptors, and restore vision in completely blind animals, using either embryonic stem cells or induced pluripotent stem cells as source material."

    Retinal degenerative diseases are characterized by loss of photoreceptor cells resulting in permanent loss of vision and often blindness. Currently there is no curative therapy. These conditions exert extensive societal burdens on quality-of-life, productivity, and health-care costs, and thus an urgent need exists to develop strategies for retinal survival, repair, and replacement to combat RP and other degenerative diseases of the retina. The photoreceptor cell product developed by Ocata has been shown to have neuro-protective and restorative activity, in animal models, for both early and end stage retinal degenerative diseases.

    "This second grant from the NIH, within weeks of our recently announced grant for the development of our HMC(TM) product to treat lupus, underscores our leadership in cell based therapy and recognizes the promise of our photoreceptor product as a potential new treatment for retinal degenerative diseases," said Paul K. Wotton, President and CEO. "The depth and breadth of our pipeline provides a solid foundation to build a world class company based on innovative regenerative medicine technologies. Our goal is to aggressively develop our pipeline with the intent to file IND applications with the FDA as expeditiously as possible."

  • Right, fraudney, more RWNJ pathetic, despicable and totally blatant self-righteousness and sanctimony. You love America, all right, but what you love is your memory of and vision for a racist America. Anyone who does’t share that, who pushes for an enlightened America is, to you, Unionist, Socialist, Progressive, Communist, ****** lover, atheist, Red Menace (which you probably take personally as a challenge to your own #$%$).

  • Reply to

    Shillary for Prison?

    by fraud_z_buster Aug 31, 2015 4:47 PM

    "I think she'd look good in orange cleaning toilets in prison"

    Except that progs are running the "show", and we know how "honest" they are......not a smidgen of corruption, you know. I reckon, if she is fitted with them 'range suites, Buba will open the prog doors of hello, and expose them prog "fairytales". It could get ugly very quickly for the progdom.

    Remember, Buba has been denied the "keys to the kingdom" once before. I don't think he will be down for "part deux". ....hehehehehehehehehe

  • Thanks for subconsciously sharing ya deep seated sentiments with us, jihadi-elky. My concern now is, what other dark secrets are ya still holding and harboring? Tell me this, is "pig in a blanket, fry like bacon" prog slogan reprehensible to you, or do ya sympathize and identify with "pig in a blanket, fry like bacon" movement? Be honest, get in touch with ya inner self, the real you.

    TRUTH, always wins. No matter "Whatever headline you do it under and whenever or wherever you do it..." the deep ROOTED hatred progs have for America and fellow Americans, will ALWAYS be EXPOSED, as America is now witnessing, the ugly prog called EVIL.

  • CITIBANK SAYS IT’S GOING TO COST A LOT TO DO NOTHING ON GLOBAL WARMING

    BY SAMANTHA PAGE / Climate Progress / AUG 31, 2015 3:08PM

    Citibank's second Energy Darvinism report, "ENERGY DARWINISM II Why a Low Carbon Future Doesn’t Have to Cost the Earth," argues that not transitioning to clean energy will be much, much more expensive than taking action.

    The new report from Citibank found that acting on climate change by investing in low-carbon energy would save the world $1.8 trillion through 2040, as compared to a business-as-usual scenario. In addition, not acting will cost an additional $44 trillion by 2060 from the “negative effects” of climate change.

    The report, titled Energy Darwinism, looked at the predicted cost of energy over the coming decades, the costs of developing low carbon energy sources, and the implications of global energy choices.

    “What we’re trying to do is to take an objective view at the economics of this situation and actually look at what the costs of not acting are, if the scientists are right,” Jason Channell, Global Head of Alternative Energy and Cleantech Research at Citi, told CNBC. “There is a cost to not doing this, and although there is a cost to acting, what we’re trying to do is to actually weigh up the different costs here.”

    The report includes analysis of the cost of stranded assets — the idea that in order to prevent 2ºC of warming, a third of the world’s oil reserves, half of its gas reserves, and more than 80 percent of its coal reserves need to stay in the ground.

    “Overall, we find that the incremental costs of action are limited (and indeed ultimately lead to savings), offer reasonable returns on investment, and should not have too detrimental an effect on global growth,” the report’s authors write. In fact, they found that the necessary investment, such as adding renewable energy sources and improving efficiency, might actually boost the global economy.

    “We believe that that solution does exist,” the report states. “The incremental costs of following a low carbon path are in context limited and seem affordable, the ‘return’ on that investment is acceptable and moreover the likely avoided liabilities are enormous. Given that all things being equal cleaner air has to be preferable to pollution, a very strong ‘Why would you not?’ argument begins to develop.”

    Indeed, Citibank is not the first organization to call attention to the fact that inaction on climate change comes with a big price tag.

    The Obama administration has repeatedly recognized this. A report released earlier this summer by the White House’s Council of Economic Advisers found that the longer the United States waits, the more expensive mitigation will be. In his first speech as the director of the U.S. Office of Management and Budget, Shaun Donovan emphasized the budgetary importance of climate action.
    “From where I sit, climate action is a must do; climate inaction is a can’t do; and climate denial scores – and I don’t mean scoring points on the board,” Donovan said. “I mean that it scores in the budget. Climate denial will cost us billions of dollars.”

    Climate change has been tied to increased severe weather, such as droughts and floods. This extreme weather can be extremely expensive. Superstorm Sandy, for instance, caused $65 billion in damage.

    It’s a common trope that environmental action — whether it’s reducing carbon, protecting water, or curbing smog — costs too much.
    The Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan, finalized earlier this month, is one example of the false debate between economic benefits and addressing climate change. The EPA estimated that the plan to reduce carbon emissions from power plants by 32 percent will result in $25 to 45 billion in climate and health benefits by 2030.

    But several republicans said that the plan would be an economic disaster. “We’ll all be left to suffer while the President scrambles to carve out a legacy for himself, leaving a ruined economy in his wake,” said John Tidwell, director of the Oklahoma chapter of Americans for Prosperity, a Koch-funded action group. Even presidential contenders got in on the action, with Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), saying the plan “will cause Americans’ electricity costs to skyrocket at a time when we can least afford it.”

    The Citi report was released in advance of December’s meeting of the United Nations Climate Conference on Climate Change in Paris. The conference is “the first real opportunity to reach a legally binding agreement to tackle emissions,” according to the report.

  • By MARIA L. LA GANGA | LA Times | 8/31/15

    President Obama started out persuasive Monday, patiently ticking off evidence of climate change during the first major speech of his three-day Alaska tour, but he ended up blunt, calling out “deniers” who would stand in the way of desperately needed change.

    “The time to heed the critics and the cynics and the deniers is past,” he told delegates to an international conference on climate change in the Arctic. “The time to plead ignorance is surely past. Those who want to ignore the science, they are increasingly alone, they are on their own shrinking island.”

    He used the backdrop of America's only Arctic state to emphasize the need for this country and others to move, and move fast, to reduce carbon emissions, to pursue cleaner energy sources and to stop relying on “unstable parts of the world” for oil.

    “IF WE DO NOTHING, TEMPERATURES IN ALASKA ARE PROJECTED TO RISE BETWEEN 6 AND 12 DEGREES BY THE END OF THE CENTURY, TRIGGERING MORE MELTING, MORE FIRES, MORE THAWING OF THE PERMAFROST. A NEGATIVE FEEDBACK LOOP, A CYCLE – WARMING LEADING TO MORE WARMING – THAT WE DO NOT WANT TO BE A PART OF,” he said during the final session of the State Department-sponsored event.

    Obama hopes to make climate change the cornerstone of his final year and a half in office. His Alaska excursion is the kickoff to a major push to change the way the United States and other nations operate, to convince doubters that the phenomenon is real and that it can be addressed without deep economic disruption.

    ON TUESDAY, HE WILL TOUR SHRINKING GLACIERS NEAR SEWARD, ABOUT 125 MILES SOUTH OF ANCHORAGE. WEDNESDAY TAKES HIM TO DILLINGHAM AND DISCUSSIONS WITH LOCAL FISHERMEN AND THEIR FAMILIES. THEN HE WILL VENTURE NORTH OF THE ARCTIC CIRCLE TO THE TOWN OF KOTZEBUE, WHICH IS FIGHTING COASTAL EROSION CAUSED BY A CLIMATE THAT HE DESCRIBED IN HIS ANCHORAGE SPEECH AS “CHANGING FASTER THAN OUR EFFORTS TO ADDRESS IT.”

    Obama’s remarks to the GLACIER conference, attended by the foreign ministers of Arctic nations, were threaded with equal parts hope and dire warnings: Yes, it's a terrible mess. No, it is not irreparable -- with swift action.

    “I have come here today, as the leader of the world’s largest economy and its second-largest emitter to say that the United States recognizes our role in creating this problem and embraces our responsibility to help solve it,” he said. “And I believe we can solve it.

    “That's the good news: Even if we cannot reverse the damage that we’ve already caused, we have the means – the scientific imagination and technological innovation – to avoid irreparable harm,” he continued. “We know this because last year, for the first time in our history, the global economy grew, and global carbon emissions stayed flat. So we're making progress. We're just not making it fast enough.”

    For all his powerful words and the standing ovation Obama received inside Anchorage's Dena'ina Civic and Convention Center, the backdrop for his Alaska visit is tense.

    As senior advisor Brian Deese told reporters before the trip, “the president has been pretty clear about his long-term vision for our nation’s energy sector. He believes that America needs to lead and the world needs to lead in transitioning to an energy system based on carbon-0 renewable energy.”

    Still, environmentalists are wary of the man who just allowed Royal Dutch Shell to begin limited offshore oil drilling in the Chukchi Sea. An online petition by the group Credo Action sends the angry message: “Climate leaders don't drill the Arctic.”

    “Building resilient communities based on clean energy and jobs, protecting our wildlife and landscapes, and securing the culture and prosperity of Arctic communities are the building blocks of the Arctic’s future,” Williams said in a written statement. “As President Obama continues to push for meaningful climate action, it’s critical he make these fundamentals a priority for his administration.”

    Greenpeace called on the president to “show courage and leadership,” to stop Shell and to put a moratorium on future offshore drilling in the Arctic.

    “President Obama emphasized two things during his speech in Alaska: the urgency of climate change and the possibility of solving it,” said Mary Nicol, Greenpeace senior Arctic campaigner. “But it’s time for the president to stop talking about urgency, and stop approving extreme fossil fuel projects like Shell’s Arctic drilling plans. In fact, the approval of that very project undermines every other bold move the president has made on climate change.”

    A coalition of groups including Greenpeace and Alaska Rising Tide rallied Monday blocks from the convention center where Obama spoke. The groups are demanding an end to offshore Arctic drilling and a rapid transition to renewable energy sources.

    Protesters in polar bear costumes lolled on a long grassy park as others waved signs proclaiming, “People for the Ethical Treatment of Alaska” and “Our Future Must Be Renewable.” Animal welfare organizations have launched an ad campaign “to ensure that an increasingly ice-free Arctic will not become a thoroughfare for trade in commercial whale products.”

    Then there are those who argue that Obama hasn't done enough to allow for the extraction of this cash-strapped state's abundant natural resources, including oil, natural gas and minerals key to manufacturing.

    Gov. Bill Walker, who flew in with Obama on Air Force One, is among that group.

    In a news conference last week about the president's visit, Walker told reporters that “one of the major messages to the president is the fact that we have an excellent pipeline in Alaska, except it's three-quarters empty. And so I'll talk to him about what we need to do to put more oil in the pipeline, more access we need to have to our resources.”

    Talking to reporters on the plane trip west, Walker said he thanked the president for allowing Shell to drill in the Chukchi Sea and said he is confident the oil giant will proceed safely. He wants to see “revenue sharing from the offshore – we don’t get any money at all from it.”

    And he said his state is “excited to have a president come up and it’s actually a destination, it’s not just a low-on-fuel stop.”

    Earlier Monday, Obama noted that his administration had heeded Alaskans' pleas to change the name of North America's tallest peak from Mt. McKinley to its original name, Mt. Denali.

    By the time Air Force One landed at Alaska's Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, the National Park Service had already begun printing new maps of Denali National Park, wiping all traces of the 25th president from the cartographic record.

    “It's not an arbitrary change,” Press Secretary Josh Earnest told reporters, referring to the dethroning of former President William McKinley, a native of Ohio. “In fact, this is an effort to align the policies of the federal government with what Alaskan natives have referred to that way for thousands of years.”

    In a nod to opponents, Earnest said the Interior Department “will work with leaders in Ohio ... to find an appropriate way to acknowledge President McKinley’s contribution to our country.”

  • Well fraud, the moron does what he always does, change the subject. What an idiot and a racist.

  • Reply to

    Shillary for Prison?

    by fraud_z_buster Aug 31, 2015 4:47 PM

    I think she'd look good in orange cleaning toilets in prison.

  • Face up to it, fraudney. Whatever headline you do it under and whenever or wherever you do it, you just continue to reveal how fully immersed you are in a despicable, disgusting racism that is clearly beyond any rational considerations or appeals.

  • Yep Sheriff David Clarke is an honorable American, who happens to be black, calling out the RACIST prog "Lies matter" movement......hehehehehehehehe.

    Progs are being exposed for who they are.......hehehehehehehehe

  • DEFINITELY not for president, since the FBI "A-Team" have now been tasked to investigate "National security beach". Fact is they don't investigate machines, they investigate humans.....hehehehehehehehe

  • REALLY?

    Seriously, this is what the "Black Lives Matter" movement is all about? Advocating the MURDER of our law enforcement and peace officers? Are progs so blinded by ideology, that they are willing to stoop this low? Do they HATE America this much?

    Don't progs and their purveyors of lies and falsehood, have a conscience? I wonder what their end goal with this kinda EXTREME agitation is....."MARTIAL LAW"?

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