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I was looking for water flow images
and that led to whirlpools
which led to Hillary Medusa
and pics of Trump.
I suppose another setting might also work.
The original was washed out,
and I added the framing.


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Go ahead invite Yoda to a Frog leg dinner
Supreme Court declines to hear case of illegal immigrants denied asylum

Published time: 18 Apr, 2017 00:04

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The Supreme Court won’t wade into the debate over illegal immigration, declining to hear an appeal from a group of women and children from Central America who are seeking asylum. The case sought to clarify the rights of those prioritized for deportation.
The rejection leaves in place the ruling from a lower court that the families don’t have the right to contest their deportations in federal court.
The case, Castro v. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), centered around 28 women and 33 children ‒ ages 2 to 17 ‒ from El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala who said they suffered “gender-based violence, including sexual assault, by men from whom they could not escape” or were targeted by gangs because “they are single women residing without a male household member to protect them” in their home countries.

The families were all apprehended in Texas within hours of illegally crossing into the US from Mexico in late 2015. They all sought asylum, which requires being in the US already, but immigration judges determined that the families lacked “credible fear” of persecution if returned to their home countries and placed them in expedited removal proceedings. They were detained at the Berks County Residential Center in Leesport, Pennsylvania.
The women, led by plaintiff Rosa Castro, challenged the rejection of their asylum claims in federal court, claiming their right to due process under the US Constitution was violated. Castro fled El Salvador with her six-year-old son, telling authorities she suffered years of rape, beatings and emotional abuse from her son’s father.
In August, the US  3rd Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ruled that the plaintiffs are not entitled to judicial review of their claims challenging their removal.
“Petitioners are attempting to create ambiguity where not exists,” Chief Judge D. Brooks Smith wrote in the 82-page decision, siding with “the majority of courts that have addressed the scope of judicial review… in the expedited removal context.”
“We are sympathetic to the plight of Petitioners and other aliens who have come to this country seeking protection and repose from dangers that they sincerely believe their own governments are unable or unwilling to address,” he concluded. “Nevertheless, Congress has unambiguously limited the scope of judicial review, and in so doing has foreclosed review of Petitioners’ claims.”
In light of this, he continued, “we cannot say that this limited scope of review is unconstitutional under the Suspension Clause, at least as to Petitioners and other aliens similarly situated.”
The 3rd Circuit’s ruling treated the families as equal to those who had arrived at the US border but had not yet entered.
Human rights groups decried the Supreme Court’s decision not to hear the case.
“These families cannot be sent back to certain danger. The United States has an international obligation to grant asylum seekers a fair hearing. They must not be deported, or detained any longer, and must have their full cases heard by an immigration judge,” Margaret Huang, executive director of Amnesty International USA, said in a statement. “Families fleeing danger who pose no threat to anyone else should not be treated like criminals. They deserve justice.”
Human Rights First “expressed serious concern” that the Supreme Court left in place a “flawed ruling against asylum seekers.”
Before the Supreme Court declined to take the case, Acting US Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall filed a brief saying that the 3rd Circuit had gotten the ruling right.
“The court simply held that such aliens may not invoke the Constitution to demand procedural steps or measures regarding their applications for admission beyond those provided by existing statutes and regulations,” he wrote.

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Since December, there has been a 93 percent drop in the number of parents and children caught trying to illegally cross the US-Mexican border, which US officials have attributed to President Donald Trump’s tough immigration policies, including increased raids and faster deportations. DHS is also considering separating parents and children captured at the border. Currently, families like those in Castro v. DHS are detained together.

The case was distributed to the Supreme Court justices for conference at the end of March. As such, Justice Neil Gorsuch, who was sworn in last Monday, “took no part in the consideration or decision of this petition,” the Supreme Court said.

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British Role Confirmed in Trump Spying Scandal

Posted on April 17, 2017 by Ray Starmann

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Canada Free Press
A Special Report from the Accuracy in Media Center for Investigative Journalism; Cliff Kincaid, Director.
The British Guardian posted a report on April 13 claiming that its sources now admit that the British spy agency GCHQ was digitally wiretapping Trump associates, going back to late 2015. This was presumably when the December 2015 Moscow meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Lt. General Michael Flynn took place.
This runs contrary to the blanket nature of the denial insinuated in GCHQ’s carefully-crafted statement of March 17 claiming it was all “nonsense” and “utterly ridiculous” that they conducted surveillance of “then president-elect” Donald Trump (emphasis added). The surveillance went back a year before he became “president-elect.”
President Trump’s claim of being “wire tapped” has been vindicated. Indeed, the surveillance is far more extensive than even he suspected at the time.
Based on the new disclosures, we can safely conclude that the world’s most advanced and extensive system of computerized espionage was indeed used against him and people he worked with, for political purposes, with the knowledge and approval of top Obama officials such as CIA Director John Brennan (one major name implicated by the Guardian).
Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst, Judge Andrew Napolitano, who said GCHQ was involved in wiretapping Trump, has also vindicated. Fox News owes Napolitano an apology for yanking him off the air for a week for making that “controversial” and now-verified assertion.
Trump Was Right
President Trump stressed the pervasive “extent” of this Obama political “wiretapping” to Maria Bartiromo of Fox Business in an Oval Office interview on April 11 (aired April 12).  “Me and so many other people” surveilled, Trump said. He explained again that he had picked up the “wire tapped” terminology straight from the headline of The New York Times (of January 20) as he has explained before (on March 15; see AIM report).
Now we’re learning that GCHQ did wiretap Trump for a year before the election. “Trump” is, of course, shorthand for Trump associates and possibly Trump himself directly, depending on context. But GCHQ is trying to put a positive spin on what it admits would be illegal spying on U.S. citizens if done by U.S. agencies.
The Guardian’s sources claim a heroic role for the British GCHQ as a courageous “whistleblower” in warning U.S. agencies to “Watch out” about Trump and Russia—but carefully avoiding mention of the U.S.’s NSA, which must be protected at all costs as part of the NSA-GCHQ spy-on-each-other’s-citizens “wiretap shell game.” (See AIM Special Report of March 18).
These sources virtually admit the mutual “wiretap shell game” by inadvertently mentioning the Trump-Russia data was originally passed on to the U.S. by GCHQ as part of a “routine exchange” of intelligence. The use of this term, “exchange,” suggests what we had previously reported—the shell-game “exchange” between the NSA and GCHQ where they can spy on each other’s citizens and deny it all.
British Wiretapping
Past British Prime Ministers have been implicated in various scandals involving wiretaps.  Some have involved the “Echelon” global surveillance system set up by the NSA with its counterparts in the other “Five Eyes” nations—UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.  Any one of these countries is able to circumvent domestic laws against spying on their own citizens by asking another Echelon member country to do it for them. This is precisely the “wiretap shell game” used by the Obama administration to have British GCHQ spy on Trump, as outlined by Judge Napolitano and his sources.
To avoid unraveling the longstanding Five Eyes spying “wiretap shell game,” the GCHQ had to pretend they “routinely” came across this Trump-Russia wiretap data “by chance,” unprompted by requests from U.S. agencies (such as the NSA or CIA) or by Obama officials, working outside normal NSA chain of command on Signals Intelligence or SIGINT (as Judge Napolitano reported on March 14).
So the heroic British GCHQ comes to the rescue with conveniently “accidental” (our word) captures of wiretap communications between Trump people and sinister-sounding “Russian intelligence agents,” with the wiretaps sent here to help out the U.S. agencies. We are supposed to believe the U.S. agencies and the Obama White House just passively received this bombshell wiretap data from GCHQ, no questions asked, for over a year from late 2015 to early 2017. (The Guardian has no end date for the surveillance, such as the November 8election, and indicates continued surveillance into the Trump transition, with the FBI “throwing more resources” into the investigation then.)
Did Obama officials ever say, “Wait! Stop sending us this material, it may be illegal!” It does not appear so. Hence, the questions that have to be asked by the House and Senate Intelligence Committees are:
  • Were there requests for more wiretap data on Trump and his team?
  • Were there requests for more complete transcripts, or even voice recordings?
This “alerting” of the U.S. on Trump-Russia communications was needed, according to the Guardian and its U.S. and U.K. intelligence sources, because the U.S. agencies were “asleep” or “untrained,” or were legally prohibited from “examining the private communications of American citizens without warrants.” But to the GCHQ, America is a “foreign” nation and evidently they think they are free to spy on Americans “without warrants.”
Obama’s CIA and the Anti-Trump Task Force
Previous reporting has said that an interagency task force of six U.S. intelligence agencies was set up to investigate the alleged Trump-connected names supposedly discovered in “incidental collection” of digital wiretap surveillance of Russian communications. The six agencies are said to consist of the CIA, NSA, FBI, the Justice Department’s National Security Division, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the Treasury Department financial crimes unit.
Until now, no one has known who in the Obama administration set up the task force, who directs it, what its operating directives state, what its activities have entailed, and who it is really accountable to.
But the Guardian is now reporting that it was CIA Director John Brennan who initiated, in about August 2016, what clearly seems to be an illegal domestic investigation of the Trump political campaign, which would be prohibited by the CIA charter.
Reportedly “Brennan used [British] GCHQ information and intelligence from other partners to launch a major interagency investigation.” The infamous fake “Trump dossier” is apparently dragged in too.
Brennan then proceeded to give highly classified “urgent” briefings to individual members of the Congressional “Gang of Eight.” Beginning on about August 25, with then-Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) on that date, CIA chief Brennan claimed that the Russian email hackings of the Democratic National Committee were designed to help Trump win the election, according to The New York Times. These partisan briefings represent the politicization of the CIA under Obama, and are of dubious legality.
In September 2016, this anti-Trump intelligence task force changed the previous “incidental” collection to outright direct targeting of Trump people so that their communications with Russia were “actively monitored,” not merely retrieved retroactively in digital archives with names having to be laboriously “unmasked.” (See also New York Times January 19/20, February 14.)
Unmasking is unnecessary if one starts with the specific names of Trump personnel first, and then flags them for future surveillance, going forward in time. In that case, the “actively monitored” and flagged Trump names automatically trigger alerts in the NSA-GCHQ computers whenever the names turn up. These wiretap reports would then have been submitted to Obama officials at the level of national security adviser Susan Rice and CIA director Brennan, and perhaps to Obama himself.
Interestingly, the Guardian’s sources carefully try to avoid implicating or involving the NSA in GCHQ’s allegedly unprompted reporting on intercepted wiretap data on Trump associates. It’s the “shell game” again with the NSA and GCHQ covering for each other.
British GCHQ Director Implicated
Instead, the Guardian’s anonymous intelligence sources say that then-director of GCHQ Robert Hannigan passed on a top secret “director level” report on Trump-Russia in “summer 2016” to CIA Director John Brennan, rather than to the NSA. However, if GCHQ was using NSA’s digital wiretap facilities to “routinely” spy on Trump people, then the NSA would be implicated by the very arrangement used.
As we predicted at AIM, the unexpected sudden resignation of GCHQ director Hannigan, announced on January 23, makes him the potential villain and scapegoat. Hannigan stayed on his job until his replacement took office on April 7.
In an unprecedented BBC interview on April 5, Hannigan fired a parting shot at the Judge Napolitano and White House reports of his GCHQ’s spying on Trump. Hannigan snidely dismissed the reports, saying, “We get crazy conspiracy theories thrown at us every day. We ignore most of them. On this occasion it was so crazy that we felt we should say so and we have said it’s a ridiculous suggestion.”
The Guardian’s report refutes Hannigan, barely a week after he left office, possibly with official connivance or approval. But why is Hannigan getting being thrown under the bus so soon? Is it fear of the impending findings of U.S. Congressional and official investigations exposing GCHQ?
Such reports in the British press on highly sensitive intelligence matters surely must have been quietly cleared by the British government as a first fallback position on GCHQ spying on Trump. Otherwise the Guardian would be in deep trouble under the UK’s Official Secrets Act and its D-Notice procedure to suppress or censor news stories on secret intelligence matters.
Finally, the British also seem to be trying to spread the blame around to a laundry list of other countries allegedly passing on intelligence about Trump-Russia contacts—Germany, Estonia, Poland, Australia, the Dutch and the French DGSE.
Still, no “smoking gun” has ever been found in any of this wiretap material, for it would already have been leaked like Lt. Gen. Flynn’s fairly benign conversations with the Russian ambassador that got him fired.
Despite the sensational news from The Washington Post that the FBI obtained a FISA warrant to wiretap ex-Trump adviser Carter Page, which may even still be in effect, his “Russian contacts” also seem to be completely ordinary and routine. Page is so confident of his innocence that he has been going on various television news programs to talk openly about his work on Russia, supplying Russian contacts with some of his New York University classroom materials.
To be sure, a certain large percentage of these kinds of business meetings with Russians will turn out to be with undercover Russian intelligence officers—unbeknownst to the Western business and academic people meeting them. The media portray them as suspicious. But this kind of Russian spy game has always been going on since the Cold War and is nothing new.
The FISA warrant, rather than proving any malfeasance by Carter Page—again no “smoking gun”—only adds to the evidence that what President Trump said from the start was true: that Trump and his associates were under electronic surveillance.
Unasked Questions
What do the wiretaps on Trump actually say? The media don’t want to know if the NSA-GCHQ wiretaps actually exonerate President Trump.
One of the advantages of the adversarial system in the courts is that advocates on the opposing side ideally get a fair chance—unlike the one-sided media with journalists who, at the rate of more than 90 percent, contributed to the Hillary Clinton campaign (see this Columbia Journalism Review study of election records).
Questions not asked of Rice or other sources by the media include whether she or other Obama officials “flagged” the unmasked Trump team names for future NSA (or British GCHQ) automatic unmasking and delivery of transcripts and summary reports.
Did the Obama people regularize the “unmasking” so that routinely a new retroactive search was automatically ordered with automatic unmaskings? That would be another way to turn “incidental collection” into an effectively ongoing wiretap order. Did President Obama or Rice or others request actual sound recordings of Trump and others to review?
Did the Obama team “unmask” other presidential candidates and associates besides Trump, such as Green Party candidate Jill Stein, who visited Moscow in December 2015 and dined with Putin? Fox is reporting that Congressional investigators are now looking into whether other presidential candidates and Members of Congress were surveilled too. In 2014, CIA director Brennan was caught red-handed lying to the Senate about the CIA’s criminal hacking of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s computer system.
We are told that many, if not most, of these wiretaps and unmaskings of Trump people were not even wiretaps about Russia or “incidental collection” on legitimate foreign intelligence subjects, though they may have begun that way.
The evidence now indicates that the information was procured for partisan political purposes—to spy on the Trump opposition to Hillary Clinton using the full weight of the U.S. government’s NSA spying apparatus (or NSA facilities used by British GCHQ).
Pompeo Must Clean Out the CIA
Trump’s CIA Director Mike Pompeo is in a position to get to the bottom of this scandal. Yet, on April 13, 2017, in his first public speech as director, he seemed to indicate that the evidence being developed in connection with the CIA’s role in the illegal surveillance of President Trump was going to be ignored or brushed aside. It was a forceful, even strident, defense of the Agency.
“I inherited an Agency that has a real appreciation for the law and for the Constitution,” he claimed. “Despite fictional depictions meant to sell books or box-office tickets, we are not an untethered or rogue agency. So yes, while we have some truly awesome capabilities at our disposal, our officers do not operate in areas or against targets that are rightfully and legally off-limits to us.”
The evidence suggests the opposite. The CIA under Obama’s CIA Director Brennan was involved in illegal surveillance, using those “truly awesome capabilities,” against political targets that should have been off-limits.
One of those targets was the President who appointed Pompeo as CIA director.

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Ive seen that photo elsewhere, and there was a scene in the Simpsons like it years ago. But I dont know the context of this photo, what is it they are holding, and why?
"and why? "

I wonder the same ?
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Go ahead invite Yoda to a Frog leg dinner
As far as I know...the scene occurred when Trump
went to Saudi Arabia to pre-position some equipment
(worth $100G+).
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With a forked tongue the snake singsss...
It's a crystal ball with the land mass in black and likely a led light inside the globe, also likely a usb port to recharge the bulb, and if I was creating one, there would be a section that could be slightly twisted free to replace bulb without destroying the globe.  Looks cool, if I found one fore sale on web for < $50 like another LAVA lamp, plus I have my own 8 inch crystal ball and pedestal.

I have one those globes that sparkle when you put your hand on it.  Though it's broke now, and I don't miss it more 'amusing' things to do then that, unless I get the 1st drug of the 12 Drugs of Christmas song:

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(06-25-2017, 01:03 AM)rhw007 Wrote: "It's a crystal ball with the land mass..."


The researchers called the training the group received "astoundingly effective."

"What made our forecasters good was not so much that they always knew what would happen, but that they had an accurate sense of how much they knew," the study concluded.
The research also broke new ground, as it is quantitative in a field that generally produces qualitative studies.

Itza Saudi NSA style Fusion Center Control kinda like a touchscreen on an IPad tablet
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Predicting the future with the wisdom of crowds(MAGA)
June 23, 2017 by Pamela Tom
"It's a crystal ball with the land mass..." - 007

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Forecasters often overestimate how good they are at predicting geopolitical events—everything from who will become the next pope to who will win the next national election in Taiwan.

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But UC Berkeley Haas management professor Don Moore and a team of researchers found a new way to improve that outcome by training ordinary people to make more confident and accurate predictions over time as superforecasters.

The team, working on The Good Judgment Project, had the perfect opportunity to test its future-predicting methods during a four-year government-funded geopolitical forecasting tournament sponsored by the United States Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity. The tournament, which began in 2011, aimed to improve geopolitical forecasting and intelligence analysis by tapping the wisdom of the crowd. Moore's team proved so successful in the first years of the competition that it bumped the other four teams from a national competition, becoming the only funded project left in the competition.

Some of the results are published in a Management Science article "Confidence Calibration in a Multi-year Geopolitical Forecasting Competition." Moore's co-authors, who combine best practices from psychology, economics, and behavioral science, include husband and wife team Barbara Mellers and Philip Tetlock of the University of Pennsylvania, who co-lead the Good Judgment Project with Moore; along with Lyle Unger and Angela Minster of the University of Pennsylvania; Samuel A. Swift, a data scientist at investment strategy firm Betterment; Heather Yang of MIT; and Elizabeth Tenney of the University of Utah.
The study differs from previous research in overconfidence in forecasting because it examines accuracy in forecasting over time, using a huge and unique data set gathered during the tournament. That data included 494,552 forecasts by 2,860 forecasters who predicted the outcomes of hundreds of events.
Wisdom of the crowd
Study participants, a mix of scientists, researchers, academics, and other professionals, weren't experts on what they were forecasting, but were rather educated citizens who stayed current on the news.
Their training included four components:
  • Considering how often and under what circumstances a similar event to the one they were considering took place.

  • Averaging across opinions to exploit the wisdom of the crowd.

  • Using mathematical and statistical models when applicable.

  • Reviewing biases in forecasting—in particular the risk of both overconfidence and excess caution in estimating probabilities.
Over time, this group answered a total of 344 specific questions about geopolitical events. All of the questions had clear resolutions, needed to be resolved within a reasonable time frame, and had to be relatively difficult to forecast—"tough calls," as the researchers put it. Forecasts below a 10 percent or above a 90 percent chance of occurring were deemed too easy for the forecasters.

The majority of the questions targeted a specific outcome, such as "Will the United Nations General Assembly recognize a Palestinian state by September 30, 2011?" or "Will Cardinal Peter Turkson be the next pope?"
The researchers wanted to measure whether participants considered themselves experts on questions, so they asked them to assess themselves, rating their expertise on each question on a 1–5 scale during their first year. In the second year, they placed themselves in "expertise quintiles" relative to others answering the same questions. In the final year, they indicated their confidence level from "not at all" to "extremely" per forecast.
Training: Astoundingly effective
By the end of the tournament, researchers found something surprising. On average, the group members reported that they were 65.4 percent sure that they had correctly predicted what would happen. In fact, they were correct 63.3 percent of the time, for an overall level of 2.1 percent confidence. "Our results find a remarkable balance between people's confidence and accuracy," Moore said.
In addition, as participants gathered more information, both their confidence and their accuracy improved.
In the first month of forecasting during the first year, confidence was 59 percent and accuracy was 57 percent. By the final month of the third year, confidence had increased to 76.4 percent and accuracy reached 76.1 percent.
The researchers called the training the group received "astoundingly effective."
"What made our forecasters good was not so much that they always knew what would happen, but that they had an accurate sense of how much they knew," the study concluded.
The research also broke new ground, as it is quantitative in a field that generally produces qualitative studies.
"We see potential value not only in forecasting world events for intelligence agencies and governmental policy-makers, but innumerable private organizations that must make important strategic decisions based on forecasts of future states of the world," the researchers concluded.

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More information: Don A. Moore et al. Confidence Calibration in a Multiyear Geopolitical Forecasting Competition, Management Science (2016). DOI: 10.1287/mnsc.2016.2525 
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But notice they were EDUCATED people not Sheep

I had two Statistics and Quality Assurance classes,  both at Master level classes.

After that the US Government paying for my "re-education" after my 1st open heart surgery I was supposedly allowed ONLY to attend REGULAR classes. Doh

Never trust US Government for "proper" or common sense Education. Naughty

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Quote:I had two Statistics and Quality Assurance classes,  both at Master level classes. 

I can Qualitatively Assure you this Statistic

Quote:Never trust US Government for "proper" or common sense Education.

You ARE The US Gov't.
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Next Week Us Canucks turn 150 Years Old?(Young)

Canadian Confederation (FrenchConfédération canadienne) was the process by which the British colonies of CanadaNova Scotia, and New Brunswick were united into one Dominion of Canada on July 1, 1867.[1][2] Upon confederation, the old province of Canada was divided into Ontario and Quebec; along with Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, the new federation was thus composed of four provinces.[3] Over the years since Confederation, Canada has seen numerous territorial changes and expansions, resulting in the current union of ten provinces and three territories.[4]

We Watch and Learn from Our Older Brethren.

The new 'Kids' on the block up North here have a keen interest in your success in our South.

MAGA has itza supporters in The Great White North. Hi
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Thanks Clay, but no matter how I argue the point, by the time my wife had her stroke that November 1998. those was when I enrolled at PSUC the for the Master class and NEITHER CCC or PSUC had  ANY issue about the legality of my taking Master courses while continuing to get my regular Bachelor's Degree.  Both President's and both Board of Directors had no issue, it was when the bill for the Master's degree classes went to the "government" accounting dept, my "sponsor/monitor" called and sent letter that I was NOT entitled to go beyond Bachelor. 

The thing is within the course method listing, they had the SAME courses #,s for taking at CCC, or PSUC as Master level, SAME course # for BOTH classes listings from Each school, so technically I wad an opportunity to take them at PSUC at Master level, than same course with only Bachelor teachers, who I knew were "BAD TEACHERS" I already taken the Bachelor classes with them, KNEW that they would NOT cover the course as a MASTER level any different than they kept teaching from same script they used for YEARS !!! Doh 

I KNEW they said a the beginning that the US Government 're-training' ; for me; was Bachelor Classes ONLY.  But tried to get at least two, when those classes came up with same class # in both Class Menus, and as I said got permission from both college Presidents could see ANY issues and that rule was "illegal".

DC's #DRAINTHESWAMP had their OWN law for them and another for everyone else.

Shemp Clubinhand 

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Even li'l bitches know that Bull$ are too big for their britches.

Seth Rich's vs. dem Witches.

From manicured mansions Arrow literally liberally diggin' ditches.

Monetary Accruement Gallops Apis

To come to one as a gain, addition, or increment: interest accruing in my savings account. 2. To increase, accumulate, or come about as a result of growth: common sense that accrues with experience. 3. To come into existence as a claim that is legally enforceable.

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U.S. Household Wealth Rises $1.7 Trillion to Another Record
Sho Chandra

September 21, 2017, 10:00 AM CST September 21, 2017, 10:22 AM CST

U.S. household wealth increased in the second quarter to yet another record, driven by solid gains in financial assets and rising property values, figures from the Federal Reserve in Washington showed Thursday.


  • Net worth for households and non-profit groups rose by $1.7t q/q, or 1.8%, to $96.2t, according to Fed’s financial accounts report, previously known as flow of funds survey
  • Value of financial assets, including stocks and pension fund holdings, increased by $1.2t
  • Household debt increased at a 3.7% annual rate in the second quarter 
  • Household real-estate assets rose by $508b; owners’ equity as share of total real-estate holdings up to 58.4% from 57.9%
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Key Takeaways
The increase in household wealth reflects steady growth in house prices, which were up 5.7 percent in June from a year ago, based on S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller data, as well as a 2.6 percent rise last quarter in the S&P 500 Index, which is hovering near a record high. 

A strong job market and low inflation also are allowing Americans to improve their purchasing power, helping to sustain household spending, the biggest part of the economy. The report also showed companies had almost $2.3 trillion in liquid assets, giving them the means to boost investment.

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  • Mortgage borrowing advanced at a 2.8 percent annualized pace; other forms of consumer credit, including auto and student loans, climbed at a 4.6 percent rate
  • Total non-financial debt grew at a 3.8 percent annual pace
  • Federal government obligations expanded 3.6 percent, state and local government debt declined at a 1 percent pace, while business borrowing increased 5.3 percent
— With assistance by Kristy Scheuble


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NBA Star Chris Paul May Have Threatened The President of The United States

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Slam dunk and boycott these byatches.

Watch Canadian Sports in protests Sheep  until these Fake Americans are taken off the level playing field.

Total disrespect should not be given a platform.

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Modern Arena Grandstanding Athletes.

Slam dunk and boycott these byatches.

Watch Canadian Sports in protests [Image: sheep.gif]  until these Fake Americans are taken off the level playing field.

Total disrespect should not be given a platform.

That hit home...Doh  Our  Home Team.


Many Riders are Americans.

I feel the Canadians among them should not condone disrespect of The US national anthem while our flag is fielded.

Sask. Roughriders stand arm-in-arm during O Canada at Mosaic Stadium
NFL players in U.S. locked arms protesting Trump's comment that players who don't stand should be fired
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[Image: riders-lock-arms.jpg]Protests in the U.S. move to Canada as the Riders lock arms during the national anthem. (Paul Dornstauder/CBC)

At least # 33 on the Write right rite [Image: JonesChristion1-280x300.png] abstained.

Players with the Saskatchewan Roughriders locked arms during the national anthem at Sunday's game versus the Calgary Stampeders at Regina's Mosaic Stadium. [size=undefined]
This comes after U.S. President Donald Trump posted comments on Twitter that football players who kneel during the national anthem as an act of protest should be fired.
On Sunday, many NFL players responded to his comments by kneeling, linking arms, or staying in locker rooms during the national anthem. 
"It was just a sign of unity that we're together," said quarterback Kevin Glenn to media after the game. 
Glenn said that many players live in the U.S. in the off-season and have family and friends there now. He added some players have played in the NFL before too.
"Sometimes people don't understand that we have to go back to that kind of stuff. We're here for six months, but then we have to go back to that and live in that. That's why we did it."
"A lot of us that locked arms are Americans, we're African-American. So we understand exactly what's going on back home," said offensive lineman Derek Dennis. 
"We just wanted to show that just because we're north of the border we're not blind to what's going on back home."
Dennis said the team didn't consider kneeling for the national anthem because it wasn't necessary.
"We all have the opportunity to play in a great country like Canada. We didn't want to disrespect the Canadian flag or the Canadian Armed Forces because this country's done wonders for a lot of us. If it wasn't for the CFL we wouldn't have the opportunity to play professional football," said Dennis.

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.@sskroughriders locked arm to arm during national anthem. #DiversityIsStrength #Riders
2:05 PM - Sep 24, 2017

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This is awesome. I'm so proud of all the athletes today. The fight for equality means so much more than just a football game. #cfl#Riders …
2:18 PM - Sep 24, 2017

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The entire @sskroughriders team locked arms during O Canada prior to today's @CFL game in Regina.
2:03 PM - Sep 24, 2017

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Sk #riders link arms during national anthem. #cfl #united@sskroughriders
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They bring their Anti-Americanism to our arena. [Image: naughty.gif] 
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No thanx.

We just built this stadium and it is the First Season ever played here.

But I don't agree with how they "Played" here while our National Flag was on display.

I feel the Americans co-opted optically our symbol... because none of the spectators had a say or vote but were merely captive audience of unsolicited propaganda witnesses.

I am Pro Constitution for USA.
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Major Antifa  Gets Arrested

Gangup peaceful antifas  Gangup

Antifa Leader Yvette Falarca Arrested for Battery at ‘Patriot Prayer’ in Berkeley  LilD

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Yvette Falarca, the far-left middle-school teacher and leader of the Antifa Communist group By Any Means Necessary (BAMN), was among at least three people arrested in Berkeley Tuesday for battery and resisting arrest during a Patriot Prayer march and rally in Berkeley.
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Yvonne Felarca, 47, of Oakland, was arrested near Telegraph Ave and Channing Way for battery and resisting arrest.
3:59 PM - Sep 26, 2017
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Felarca, 47, an Oakland resident, was arrested during an event planned by Joey Gibson, leader of Patriot Prayer, in Berkeley’s famous Sproul Plaza.
According to the local CBS affiliate in San Francisco, some protesters could be heard chanting “Let her go! Let her go!” as  Felarco was taken into custody.
Falarca was also arrested for a July 2016 incident after she starting physically assaulting a man holding a neo-Nazi flag in Sacramento:

According to Berkeley police, “Eddy Robinson, 47, of Oakland, was arrested near Telegraph Ave/Bancroft Way on charges of participating in a riot and resisting arrest.”
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Eddy Robinson, 47, of Oakland, was arrested near Telegraph Ave/Bancroft Way on charges of participating in a riot and resisting arrest.
4:41 PM - Sep 26, 2017
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According to the San Jose Mercury News, Ricky Monzon, 20, of Las Vegas, was also arrested on suspicion of carrying a banned weapon; and Brandon Witte, 21, of Rocklin, was arrested on suspicion of illegal possession of body armor and violating probation.
In August, other members of Antifa were similarly arrested for “various violations” during what was meant to be a peaceful protest and counter-protest in Berkeley. The one-sided nature of the violence drew national attention to the problem of Antifa and provoked some Democratic Party leaders to condemn it explicitly.
“There are some disgusting things happening in Berkeley,” Gibson said in a Facebook video Monday, adding his intention to expose “the evil that exists in Berkeley. … We will destroy your narrative, you will never be able to stop us.”
Gibson’s planned 2 p.m. rally began at Sproul Plaza and stretched to People’s Park, where members supporting Patriot Prayer gave speeches.
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Couple' days ago...

Masterful Asian 'Genuflect' Avoidance.

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Breaking with tradition, Trump did not bow to Japan's emperor — he nodded his head instead
  • [img=748x0][/img]U.S. President Donald Trump, left, is greeted by Emperor Akihito, center, and Empress Michiko upon his arrival at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo Monday, Nov. 6, 2017. AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko, Pool
  • Donald Trump did not bow when he met Japan's emperor on Monday, opting to lower his head slightly instead.
  • Bowing to international leaders has been a contentious issue for US presidents in the past.
  • In Japan, bowing is an important sign of respect and following local customs helps strengthen diplomatic relations.
  • The US president is normally advised on important customs by the chief of protocol, but the role is yet to be filled.


Marked  Anniversary Grouped  Adversary

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May Another Geo-orbit Accede.


  1. 1.
    assent or agree to a demand, request, or treaty.
    "the authorities did not accede to the strikers' demands"
    agree to, consent to, accept, assent to, acquiesce in, comply with, go along with, concur with, surrender to, yield to, give in to, give way to, defer to
    "he acceded to the government's demands"

  2. 2.
    assume an office or position.
    "he acceded to the post of director in September"
    synonyms:acronyms MAGA!
    succeed to, come to, assumeinherittake
    "Elizabeth I acceded to the throne in 1558"

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Trump didn't notice the Emperor
was applying a Yubiwazi pressure
with his thumb to make submissive.
Trump didn't notice the Emperor 
was applying a Yubiwazi pressure
with his thumb to make submissive.

 Trump thwarts with MAGA attack back.Arrow 

Martial Arts Giant -handed Accu-pressure-point

The King of Trump-Kwon-Dough(Mo'Money! Doh )

Trump's Martial Art of the deal counter-measure Offense Protocol in the Asian Port of Call.

Trumps hand was so BIG Hi that the Emperors li'l mitt missed the nerve.

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Micro Aggression Gargantuan Appendage.

Putin's li'l mitt can easily fit in the Palm of Trumps Ham-fist.
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I recall in an early republican debate
an issue was made by Rubio about Trump's small hands.
Obviously li'l Marco can't take issue with the big gains in employment stock and economic outlook.

GDP climbing and @~3.33% growth in a year.

Isis is surrounded and outnumbered without a so called-caliphate Eye call that Fate.

Marco Acknowledges  Growth Average @ ~3.33%

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Wich one is Li'l Mitt?
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Make Asia Great Again
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I am Thankful for THM.
(Canucks already had our thanksgiving in [Image: arrow.png] October  )

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May Add Gravey Acronym... [Image: arrow.png]

All the trimmins' and fixin's

Enjoy Family Gathered 'round bird.

Lest ye forget

MAGA's the Word.
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Made A Gavel Accountable

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Nancy Pelosi if you can't see the prose she's an' ol' Fancy Pro 's-in ol' skanky panty HO's Si Senior DNC itzan official.
A Gavel Whacks OFFicial
Tax Cutz take Max Gutz

Take it ALL in now Nancy...liberally and literally
Man with world's largest penis now registered disabled...
Nancy Pelosi handles the big whacker.
Trump thinks she can't take all the winning...   she'll be begging him to stop

HO! [i][b]HO! HO! [/b][/i]

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It looks like a huge pipe... in...

Marijuana Abolition Gets Abandoned !!!
Make American Government Answerable

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