Monday, September 29, 2008

Wharol beat out Michelangelo for the title of the greatest Western artist of all time

Art has changed over time. We’re looking at things more simply now. We live in a fast world and we don’t always have the time to soak it all in. Warhol was the first to really embrace the advertising mentality which has come to define our culture and shape our understanding of art. That doesn’t mean that art is shallow, it’s just different.”-AK47

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Its weird the newspaper posted my Grandpa's Address in an Aritcle about his case

My Dad's Horoscope from the Day his Dad Died

Avoid ill will. Do not permit it or any other undesirable mood to disrupt your usually enthusiastic vigor for life and your calling. Be logical, cheerful.

Its weird this seems like some old fashioned advice that an unthinking person might give someone who just had a death in the family.

Crime Scene

My Grandpa's Killer is up For Parole

Cops Want Cop Killer Kept Behind Bars

CHICAGO (WBBM) - A group of Chicago police officers will be in Springfield today when the Illinois Parole Board meets to decide the fate of a convicted cop-killer.
Richard Luckey will be 80 years old next month. 35 years ago, he shot and killed Chicago Police Officer Robert Wenzel during a traffic stop on Lake Shore Drive.
Luckey and his passenger allegedly had been making plans to pull off an armed robbery before they were stopped.
Sgt. Patrick O’Malley is among 27 officers appearing at the parole hearing and says the group wants “to make sure he serves the time he was sentenced”, 75 to 150 years.
The Chicago Police Department moved to two-person squad cars after Officer Bob Wenzel’s murder on a dark January morning in 1973.
Sgt. O’Malley says it’s especially important to keep alive the memory of officers killed in the line of duty. When Officer Bob Wenzel was killed, he left behind a wife and two children.
The Chicago Police Memorial Foundation organized the trip to the parole board.

The radio report

Its weird. I never met my Grandpa because this guy Richard Luckey who was on his way to go rob someone. Whats also weird is the guy is 80 so it seems like logically why not let the guy out. Then I think about how of how I feel about my other Grandpa and how much I would love to have known Bob and never want Luckey to get out. It's also weird that his last name is pronounced Lucky.

PS My Grandpa Killer died June 28th 2011.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

McCain Is Trying to Bankrupt the Goverment By Giving Money to Corporations

Cut The Corporate Tax Rate From 35 To 25 Percent. A lower corporate tax rate is essential to U.S. competitiveness. America was once a low-tax business environment, but as our trade partners lowered their rates, America failed to keep pace, leaving us with the second-highest rate among the world’s advanced economies.-

McCain's goal is to lower taxes for ever one which is not possible considering we have been running a budget deficit

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Every Day I Find a New Reason to Hate Sarah Palin

Eight years ago, complaints about charging rape victims for medical exams in Wasilla prompted the Alaska Legislature to pass a bill -- signed into law by Knowles -- that banned the practice statewide.

"There was one town in Alaska that was charging victims for this, and that was Wasilla," Knowles said

A May 23, 2000, article in Wasilla's newspaper, The Frontiersman, noted that Alaska State Troopers and most municipal police agencies regularly pay for such exams, which cost between $300 and $1,200 apiece.

"(But) the Wasilla police department does charge the victims of sexual assault for the tests," the newspaper reported.

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Friday, September 12, 2008

Never Underestimate the Difficulty of Changing False Beliefs by Facts

"Never underestimate the difficulty of changing false beliefs by facts." -Henry Rosovsky

Sep 1, 2008, Yereth Rosen of Ruters reported that Sarah Palin had irritated Alaskans with her first speech after being named as McCain's VP pick.

"Palin said she had told Congress ''thanks but no thanks' on that bridge to nowhere. In the city Ketchikan, the planned site of the so-called "Bridge to Nowhere," political leaders of both parties said the claim was false and a betrayal of their community, because she had supported the bridge and the earmark for it secured by Alaska's Congressional delegation during her run for governor."

Not only did Palin suppourt the Bridge she kept the money for the bridge even after the project was discontinued.

Then what is incredulous to me is that the McCain orginization is still running ads claiming Palin was against the bridge. I guess they are taking Rosovky's senteminents to heart.

All About Politics Cont.

So I have been all about politics for a couple of weeks now. The political question of the day is, "If we are at war why are we not paying higher taxes to pay for that war?"

ANS. Republicans are trying to kill the government.

Saturday, September 06, 2008

"I think it's very important that we make the Bush tax cuts permanent."- John McCain
"Everybody's paying taxes, and wealth creates wealth. A vibrant economy creates wealth. Revenues are at an all-time high."- John McCain

2007 Republican debate in Dearborn, Michigan Oct 9, 2007

Monday, September 01, 2008

The Ambassador

My mind is filled with philosophy. With thoughts so great and wonderful. Knowledge of the unknowable the hidden thoughts. I know every good thing. The words I speak have the power to change lives, my thought do battle. I am a mighty warrior and I dream of many conquests. I know that wars will be waged but I have already won. From victory to victory I travel through the land knowing that nothing can with stand the power within me. I am the mouth piece of the LORD. I am his servant and he is the most high. My infokinetic powers are from him and I am honored to do his will.