Tuesday, August 14, 2018



BSC, CA – Whether its Fate or Zen, this next story really warms the cockles of my heart. In this first ever Roundup defeat in more that 4000 trials against Monsanto, a skyscraper of evil, who suffered a court defeat in a case brought forth by DeWayne Johnson. No, not the same movie star who has a big screen summer blockbuster running now. That would be too on the nose. All I can know is, you can say there is no god; but you can't say there is no God without a sense of humor.

Mr. Johnson was awarded the sum of $289 million dollars on August 11 in a California District Court in San Francisco. In the first of 400 cases alleging that Monsanto's weedkiller Roundup causes cancer and sought to cover this conclusion up, Monsanto sought to seal many papers from the public view. This was denied and so, after the jump as real disclosure from real news [before they shut us down] are the links to all the court docs, case history references, source items, and live blogs.

Now before you make the jump and be dazzled by all the information at your disposal to pick and chose from, remember, we are all in the fight for this country that we live in. we aren't fighting for Canada, we aren't fighting for SJWs, we aren't fighting for the world; we are fighting for ourselves and our neighbors, the ones we know and the ones we don't. Remember what George Carlin said, “We are fighting a club, and you and I aren't in it.” 

Wednesday, August 8, 2018



BSC, CA – So far not breaking in the MSM is the Holy Fire now burning in the Cleveland National Forest area of wilderness between southwest Riverside County and Orange County, misidentified as Perris at first based on direction of smoke.

The fire was first spotted Tuesday early afternoon off in the distance away to the southwest from Riverside's northeast side of town. The day had been part of a heatwave hitting southern California for a few days. With all the fires up north I had been wondering when southern California would join in with its yearly fire season, which was late this year as I recalled.

At first when thinking the fire was in the rural Perris area, the blaze seemed smaller but the day's weather was hot, of course, and also windy with low humidity. The wind's direction pushed the smoke toward the northwest and Orange County.

Sunday, August 5, 2018



BSC, CA – Being long in the tooth, I remember the TV series Mission Impossible, which ran from 1966-73 CBS, 1988-90 ABC; and the face of Peter Graves, character Jim Phelps, the IMF leader. The action was fast on a cerebral level with the IMF team always getting away with their objective through clever misdirection and disguises, played out by Lalo Schifrin.

In 1996, star actor Tom Cruise brought the story of the Impossible Missions Force to the big screen as team leader Ethan Hunt, and the title's producer in concert with others. The theme premise of the IMF was also altered from all head games and sleight of hand to action-suspense, actually intense action and intense suspense. This change caused some controversy among OT fans and former cast, but as we see from Star Wars TLJ, that is what Hollywood [LA] does; tear down the old and build new over it.

However, with the move from TV to the big screen, we can accept that change. When Tom Cruise dangled on wires above that pressure sensitive floor and started to sweat, we were sweating with him. Ethan Hunt had won our hearts. This year he may win more than that. Make the jump and find out why.