GreyEnigma: The End. Farewell. Thanks.

January 2018.

The Grey Enigma no longer exists. He is quite gone.

Rumor has it that he went through a conversion experience of sorts, and that he had changed his mind on several issues that once were nearly definitive to his psyche and presence.  He evidently came through the experience with such a spiritual and existential tear that he ceased to be.

Perhaps we all are better off.  He would suspect so.

 

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And this is why gun registration…..

Originally posted on Freedom Is Just Another Word…: ? A final thought: If you think it’s time to bury ’em, it is really time to dig ’em up and USE THEM. via In the MIDDLE of the RIGHT: And this is why gun registration…..

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Trial Of Former Cuomo Aide Percoco To Begin Monday

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The corruption trial of Joseph Percoco, a former top adviser to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, is set to begin Monday. The case against Percoco will begin with jury selection. The trial is expected to last several weeks. Percoco and several co-defendants have pleaded not guilty in a case that alleges…

via Trial Of Former Cuomo Aide Percoco To Begin Monday — CBS New York

New Jersey’s Continuing Fiscal Decay

International Liberty

When companies want to boost sales, they sometimes tinker with products and then advertise them as “new and improved.”

In the case of governments, though, I suspect “new” is not “improved.”

The British territory of Jersey, for instance, has a very good tax system. It has a low-rate flat tax and it overtly brags about how its system is much better than the one imposed by London.

In the United States, by contrast, the state of New Jersey has a well-deserved reputation for bad fiscal policy. To be blunt, it’s not a good place to live and it’s even a bad place to die.

And it’s about to get worse. A column in the Wall Street Journal warns that New Jersey is poised to take a big step in the wrong direction. The authors start by observing that the state is already in bad shape.

…painless solutions…

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Feds tell Supreme Court that mug shots should stay secret

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FUNNY MUGSHOTS HAVE BECOME A STAPLE OF INTERNET ENTERTAINMENT.

Here’s an issue you may not have thought of before: Should mugshots be made freely available to the public, such as online?

People indicted on federal charges have their mugshots kept under wraps. For other crimes at the state and local level, you’ve seen the mugshots lined up row and row on the mugshot sites. You’ve also seen them here.

Mugshots provide useful information to the public. For example, suppose a Dan Smith is arrested. Is that the Dan Smith that lives down the street or some other Dan Smith? If the public has a mugshot to look at, then people know the answer. They also get to learn the race of the arrested person, although that’s sometimes clear from the name.

USA Today

The Justice Department won’t budge from its position that federal mug shots of criminals should be kept…

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Claim: Genocide in War-torn Cesspits is Because of Climate Change

Watts Up With That?

Global climate change is shifting the odds in favor of trees in contrast to grasses, with the consequence that large parts of Africa’s savannas may well be forests by 2100. Copyright: Steve Higgins, used with permission

Guest essay by Eric Worrall

Despite decades of militia atrocities, religious lunacy, terrorism, kidnapping of aid workers, attacking schools, kidnap and murder of educated people, and export of terror attacks against the West, Salon thinks the current food crisis in dangerous parts of Africa and Arabia is our fault because climate.

Climate change as genocide: But the international response is essentially a shrug of indifference

Not since World War II have more human beings been at risk of disease and starvation than at this very moment

MICHAEL T. KLARE, TOMDISPATCH.CO

Not since World War II have more human beings been at risk from disease and starvation than at this very moment. On March 10th…

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