Innocence need never be lost, for you can always find it, or sense it, within you. Like a buried treasure at times, it requires your quest for the vision to see what is buried deep. Innocence is associated with youth, as if they do not know better (meaning worse) yet. However, your young ones come in with a wisdom of the Love of life that the older ones have buried deep beneath fear, regret, trauma and pain. The natural progression of life is that the old ones have the potential to become wise ones as they observe life, begin to make personal choices and find the wisdom in all that they have experienced, even the things that were denied or challenging. Continue reading →
A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that California cannot challenge a previous decision that overruled the state’s restrictions on concealed weapons and declared them unconstitutional.
The 2-1 decision by the US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that California Attorney General Kamala Harris and other groups could not legally involve themselves in a case regarding the state’s ability to keep residents from obtaining a concealed carry permit. Such a permit would allow gun owners to carry a hidden, loaded weapon in public.
Back in February, the same court ruled 2-1 that while the state is allowed to implement rules regarding the way concealed carry permits are authorized, those rules must allow law-abiding citizens to carry weapons in public if they are meant for self-defense. Otherwise, the state would be violating the Second Amendment, which allows citizens to bear arms.
Uploaded on 12 November 2014 by Tom Lescher I just don’t know if I really can, Give as much as Life demands,
But when I let go and give it my all, I come to find I’m a bottomless well.Welcome to the New Paradigm! What? Not as fun as you thought? Not with Jupiter/Lilith square the Sun/Saturn/Venus conjunction this week, that’s for sure! There just is no getting around doing the work these days, but, in doing the work there can be some very real, tangible results. The best perhaps is finding what your true work/joy is. If you are not joyful in your current occupation Life is telling you (through BS, struggle, and little return) that you are in the wrong line of work. Sometimes it is hard to make the change but it can get harder and harder still to stay the same….. time to transform yourself and in so doing we will together transform the world. Go for it! Music by JeffOster.com
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(Lucas: The same old story accusations without any tangible proof or evidence and still people are believing the nonsense of NATO / EU/USA on the Ukraine story.)
Russia has denied NATO claims that its army has crossed into eastern Ukraine in the past few days, calling them groundless, the Defense Ministry said.
“We have stopped paying attention to the groundless accusations made by NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, US General Philip Breedlove, of the ‘observed’ Russian military columns allegedly invading Ukraine,” said Defense Ministry official representative, General-Major Igor Konashenkov on Wednesday.
He gave a reminder of earlier and similar NATO claims, which have not been backed by any evidence.
READ MORE: Russia’s Defense Ministry ridicules NATO’s photo-proof of invasion in Ukraine
“[We have] repeatedly stressed that there was and is no evidence supporting Brussels’ regular trumpeting over the alleged presence of Russian forces in Ukraine,” Konashenkov said. NATO: ‘Russian troops in Ukraine – but we have no good picture’
British voters’ appetite for austerity is rapidly dwindling, a Financial Times (FT) poll has revealed. As an aversion to austerity grows, the continuance of such punitive economic policies after the next general election could spark widespread dissent.
The FT’s Populus poll suggests a mere two out of five voters think further cuts and austerity measures will be necessary between 2015 and 2020, despite a looming budget deficit forecast to stand at £75.2 billion (US$118.9 billion) for the upcoming financial year.
The survey revealed that a considerable majority of Britain’s electorate believe the state’s deficit can be reduced by eradicating wasteful government spending. Such a prudent measure would shield ordinary citizens from the corrosive impact that austerity policies have posed in recent years, they said.
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Posted onNovember 13, 2014bylucas2012infos|Comments Off on US Bans S. Korea From Sending Jet To Chinese Airshow, Sends Its Own Plane Instead – 13 November 2014
The Pentagon’s decision to send a Boeing-made cargo plane to a Chinese airshow is raising questions amidst tensions between not just the United States and China, but now perhaps America and South Korea.
China’s International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition, which started on Tuesday this week in Sanzao Town, Jinwan Province, is showcasing military planes from only three foreign nations: the United Arab Emirates, Russia and the US.
But with a massive Boeing C-17 Globemaster III arriving at the event on behalf of the US only days after Washington rebuked a request from Seoul to have a South Korean jet with American insides partake in the expo, the Department of Defense is being accused of hypocrisy and more as defense officials examine the decision.
CNN’s ratings hit a record low Monday night during the vaunted 9 p.m. slot once held by legendary Larry King. Not only did the network come in fourth among the cable news channels, it had its lowest number of viewers in nearly a quarter of a century.
During Monday’s second live hour of Anderson Cooper’s show AC360, CNN drew 181,000 total viewers, of whom 53,000 were in the all-important 25- to 54-year-old demographic, according to Nielsen.
That makes the primetime slot “the lowest for the time period since at least Oct. 1, 1991,” TV Newser noted, which is “as far back as Nielsen electronic records go.”
Cooper’s show only adds a second hour on Monday nights. The rest of the week is filled with non-fiction shows from Lisa Ling, Mike Rowe and John Walsh. The new attempt at a lineup began after Piers Morgan Live was canceled; the last episode aired March 28th. Host Piers Morgan had been tapped in to fill the slot starting in January 2011 to replace CNN’s longest-running show, Larry King Live.