Articles written by: Krell

Oklahoma Legislature vote to redefine Pi

Oklahoma Legislature vote to redefine Pi

Oklahoma City, Ok — Oklahoma state legislature narrowly passed a law yesterday [March 31, 2014] redefining pi, a mathematical constant currently being used in the secular industry. The bill to change the value of pi to exactly three was introduced […]

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Securing Naval Ports and Suppressing Protest: A Primer

Securing Naval Ports and Suppressing Protest: A Primer

Turns out you don’t have to go back very far in history and it has all the ingredients. Protests against the government. Crackdown on the protest. And it just so happens that there was a major naval base involved, the US Fifth Fleet.

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Coup d’etat in Venezuela?

Coup d’etat in Venezuela?

Although the “smoking document” proof may be hard to come by, it’s certain that the US has been preparing for a installed Venezuela government for a decade. It’s also certain that the US has spent tens if not hundreds of millions towards that goal. We have consistently interfered with Latin America with the training of death squads at the SOA (School of Americas), planned assassinations, and consistently propped up political puppets in what we consider “Our Backyard”. So you will have to excuse my disbelief when the US State Department and others from the Obama Administration deny the latest from Venezuela.

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Stop the NSA. Why it’s Important and Why it Must be Now.

Stop the NSA. Why it’s Important and Why it Must be Now.

“Not just revenue was at stake. So were ideals that have sustained the tech world since the internet exploded from a Department of Defense project into an interconnected global web that spurred promises of a new era of comity. The Snowden leaks called into question the internet’s role as a symbol of free speech and empowerment.”

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We Care Enough to Bomb You, Just Don’t Visit.

We Care Enough to Bomb You, Just Don’t Visit.

But currently the Obama administration has allowed only 90 Syrian refugees to make permanent homes in the United States from the start of the Syrian civil war through September. About 50 made the journey from camps outside Syria to live in the United States over the past year, including 20 admitted since Oct. 1.

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Of a Quiet Sunny Afternoon Breeze

Of a Quiet Sunny Afternoon Breeze

A stream flows toward its beginning Discolored, a transparent gone forever Childhood memory soon fades Of a quiet sunny afternoon breeze   Momentary exchange temporary gain Selling of self, resistance, existence Past infinite to brief moment Of a quiet sunny […]

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What the Water Gave Us

What the Water Gave Us

“Come away, O human child! To the waters and the wild With a fairy, hand in hand, For the world’s more full of weeping than you can understand.” The Stolen Child W.B. Yeats   Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

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All They Do is Hate. A History of Ultra Conservative Oil Men

All They Do is Hate. A History of Ultra Conservative Oil Men

Reading yet another article on the Koch Brothers and their proactive ultra conservative views on politics, one should not be surprised. Wealthy crazy conservatives have a long history with the petroleum industry. In fact, some might say that throughout history, […]

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A Drone Killed My Mother Today

A Drone Killed My Mother Today

“We do not kill our cattle the way the US is killing humans in Waziristan with drones.”

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Obsession: Has ObamaCare Transformed into Moby Dick?

Obsession: Has ObamaCare Transformed into Moby Dick?

The question must be asked… Just how much more of this ObamaCare obsession be allowed to continue? Should the budgetary funding of the Nation be allowed to become the next Pequod?

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