Thursday, September 3, 2015

Duckin' In

***Thought I had better make an appearance. I didn't want you to worry about me. :-)

***Still think our religious liberties aren't being stripped from us? Judge orders Kentucky clerk to jail for not violating her religious beliefs.  When is enough going to be enough?

A federal judge ordered a defiant county clerk to jail for contempt Thursday after she insisted that it would violate her conscience to follow court orders to issue marriage licenses to gay couples.
Rowan County clerk Kim Davis and her deputy clerks were summoned to appear before U.S. District Judge David Bunning after she repeatedly denied them marriage licenses, cited her religious beliefs and "God's authority."
The judge said his only alternative was to jail her because he did not believe she would comply with his order even if she were fined. She was escorted out of his courtroom by a deputy, although not in handcuffs, to be turned over to the custody of federal marshals.
Hundreds of people outside the courthouse chanted and screamed, "Love won! Love won!"

Notice how jubilant those loving, tolerant, inclusive liberals were. I'm glad I'm too busy to dwell on this stuff lately. It's enough to give me an ulcer.

***It's a sad day when the government can tell you what you can and can't build on your own property. This man is fighting back, taking the EPA to court.

What did he build? Was it a bunker? Something dangerous to his neighbors? Well, no. It was a pond.

A rancher is taking the Environmental Protection Agency to federal court, asking a judge to stop the agency from fining him more than $16 million because he built a small pond on his property.
Andy Johnson of Fort Bridger, Wyoming says he made sure to get the proper permits from his state government before building the pond. After all, this is America in the 21st century, and nothing done on your own property -- certainly when it involves the use of water -- is beyond government concern.
Johnson is facing millions in fines from the federal government after the EPA determined his small pond -- technically a "stock pond" to provide better access to water for animals on his ranch -- is somehow violating the federal Clean Water Act.
"We went through all the hoops that the state of Wyoming required, and I'm proud of what we built," Johnson said. "The EPA ignored all that."


The government is completely out of control.

***57 more Hillary Clinton emails were classified at the time. So tell me again why this vile woman hasn't been indicted?

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***Here is my advice as we begin the century that will lead to 2081. First, guard the freedom of ideas at all costs. Be alert that dictators have always played on the natural human tendency to blame others and to oversimplify. And don’t regard yourself as a guardian of freedom unless you respect and preserve the rights of people you disagree with to free, public, unhampered expression. ~Gerard K. O’Neill, 2081

***Back to work - have a great day!

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