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The best reason for rejecting the Iran nuclear agreement

The best reason for rejecting the (Iran) agreement is to rebuke Obama’s long record of aggressive disdain for Congress — recess appointments when the Senate was not in recess, rewriting and circumventing statutes, etc. 300 more words

Political

Never trust a muslim on a deal--if you're an infidel--Hudaybayyah ring a bell?

Basic stuff–for Muslims the Koran and the Haddiths as well as Sharia legal canon allow deceit for the advantage of the constant jihad–and islam is about constant effort to establish the caliphate. 45 more words

Politics

What Tom reports and what he keeps to himself

In his weekly e-mail Tom:

  • Remembered those who lost their lives in defense of our country at Chattanooga last week.
  • Pans the Iran deal.
  • Reminds us he seeks to protect our fundamental rights regarding property ownership.
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Political

World-Building: Environment

I’ve added a new sub-page to the World-Building section called Environment. The purpose of the World-Building section is to give tidbits of information which will get the writerly juices flowing in the future. 281 more words

Writing

Milke: Aboriginals are individuals, not all the same

One curious side-effect of modern identity politics — the regressive notion your skin colour, ethnicity or gender determines your priorities, privileges and politics — is how it leads leaders to assumptions they “own” others — or at least can speak for them based on some shared but irrelevant characteristic. 589 more words

Columnists

Klamath Termination: Water, Timber and Sovereign Rights

The reasons for the elimination of federal management of Indians were many. A primary reason was the tribal reservations contained the last undeveloped western lands, which had some of the last untouched natural resources in the United States. 1,836 more words

Indian Treaties are the new front in the battle against coal exports - The Ecologist

What it means to “Honor the Treaties”.

The 1865 Treaty of Point Elliot is clear… the Lummi Nation has the right to fish, hunt and gather in their accustomed places in perpetuity – and they can’t do that if a gigantic coal terminal is built in the Salish Sea’s most productive waters.

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