Category Archives: The feds

What Sequestration Will Do to America’s National Parks

We will no doubt have some problems this year on the road. While we camp mostly on BLM or National Forest land we do like to stray into a National Park. To many years of wasting money ignorant selfish leaders … Continue reading

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We need this like a fish needs a bicycle (thanks Gloria)

The United States has been pressing to wrap up the long-delayed strategic partnership deal with Afghanistan ahead of a NATO summit in Chicago in May while at the same time trying to draw the Taliban and other insurgents into peace … Continue reading

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Feds give away 5.8 million of our dollars to protect beetles (No, not the Beatles but beetles!)

(CNSNews.com) – The U.S. Department of Interior announced this week that it is giving four states $5,802,180 in grants for projects that are designed in whole or in part to protect various types of threatened or endangered beetles. http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/beetlemania-feds-give-maryland-24m-prote Maryland … Continue reading

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Census form returned again!

They sent my Census form back! AGAIN!!! In response to the question: “Do you have any dependents?” I replied – “12 million illegal immigrants; 3 million crack heads; 42 million unemployable people, 2 million people in over 243 prisons; Half … Continue reading

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Why now and not then?

I don’t like Gaddafi. I never have. I think he is a certified fruitloop, dictator, killer . . . you know, all the bad words you can call someone. And now we are seizing or freezing

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Belgium Breaks Record for Longest Time Without Government – Yahoo! News

On Feb. 17, the country hit 249 days without a government, breaking a record set last November by Iraq. A caretaker government has been running Belgium since elections on June 13, but despite countless negotiations among the fragmented political parties, … Continue reading

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