April 26, 2017

Man Fined $500 for Crime of Writing ‘I Am An Engineer’ in an Email to the Government

Nice! Guy does the state of Oregon a favor (that will lose them money) and instead of saying thanks, they fine him for not being a licensed engineer in the state.

An electronics engineer says he found a flaw in traffic lights. The Oregon engineering board fined him for it.

Source: Man Fined $500 for Crime of Writing ‘I Am An Engineer' in an Email to the Government – Motherboard

April 26, 2017

U.S. Commander Takes Blame for Wayward Aircraft Carrier: “That’s my fault”

I feel so safe with Donald Trump in charge of the free world. The headline doesn't tell the whole story. Read the article for the full skinny.

Harris also told the committee that North Korea was making steady progress in its efforts to develop intercontinental ballistic missiles tipped with nuclear warheads capable of reaching the United States, although it is still believed to be several years away from reaching that goal.


Source: U.S. commander takes blame for wayward aircraft carrier: “That's my fault” – LA Times

April 26, 2017

Trump: national monuments a ‘massive federal land grab’ – The Washington Post

Trump wants to burn it all down. First, the national monuments, then the parks, federal land for sale to the highest bidder.

What's next? Interstate Highway System?

President Donald Trump signed an executive order Wednesday directing his interior secretary to review the designation of dozens of national monuments on federal lands, as he singled out “a massive federal land grab” by the Obama administration.

Source: Trump: national monuments a ‘massive federal land grab’ – The Washington Post

April 26, 2017

Mexico Worries That A New Border Wall Will Worsen Flooding : NPR

This is what happens when an idiot is President. He's too stupid to know that there are multiple cascading effects from his “big beautiful wall.” #SMH

The 1970 Boundary Treaty requires that U.S. and Mexican officials on the International Boundary and Water Commission be in agreement before building structures that might affect the Rio Grande's flow.

Source: Mexico Worries That A New Border Wall Will Worsen Flooding : NPR

April 26, 2017

Voter Fraud Is ALMOST Non-Existent

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A North Carolina audit found that of the 4,769,640 votes cast in November, only 1 would probably have been tossed out as a fraudulent vote under the voter ID law the state passed in 2013. The law was struck down by a federal court, which found it clearly targeted black voters.

An independent audit finally shows how bad voter fraud is in North Carolina – and how much photo voter ID would do to prevent it.


Image & Source: Now we know how bad voter fraud is in North Carolina | Charlotte Observer

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