Pope Francis starts Pope Paul VI on path to sainthood

PVIPope Francis marked the end of a spirited gathering of Catholic bishops in Rome by beatifying the pope who started the Synod of Bishops, Paul VI. Pope Paul VI, elected in 1963, presided over the last part of the Vatican II council and over his 15-year reign implemented many of its momentous reforms to the Catholic Church. He is not as popular as either Pope John XXIII, who launched Vatican II, or Pope John Paul II, both of whom Francis canonized earlier this year. MORE

Nine real technologies that will soon be inside you

wear5-638Given the frenzy of interest following the announcement of the Apple Watch, you might think wearables will be the next really important shift in technology.

Not so. Here are nine signs that implantable tech is here now, growing rapidly, and that it will be part of your life (and your body) in the near future. MORE

Eleanor Roosevelt and the Tuskegee Airmen

tuskegee_bannerI was at a library sale where they gave out VHS’s free. This Tuskegee Airmen movie was one of them. It’s about the first black airmen. Many of the Senators were hindering these airman because they were black. In the movie,  Eleanore Roosevelt went to the training center and had the black training instructor take her up for a flight. This opened the door for them and they wound up becoming hero’s in the war. At first I didn’t believe she did this but as you can see, it’s a true story. I give the movie three stars.  Hope you can find one. MORE

War on Motorists

waronL. A. Times 10-19-14
Motorists unite! An advisory initiative on San Francisco’s November ballot urges city leaders to reverse their public transit and bicycle-friendly policies. Because 79% of households in the city have a car, proponents argue, wouldn’t it make more sense to dedicate more money to helping cars move faster and making it easier and cheaper to park them? Why have local transportation authorities created a “war on motorists” by removing street parking and traffic lanes for bike routes, while hiking meter rates and parking ticket fines? Enough already!

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Food Warning Bad Food


Bad food Smithfield Farms, the largest pork producing farm in the USA was sold in September to China with the unanimous support of its stockholders!! The hogs will still be raised here, but slaughtered and packaged for sale there before being sent back here. Continue reading

Court upholds strict Texas voter ID law

TXIDThe Supreme Court has allowed Texas to use its strict voter ID law in the November election even after a federal judge said the law was the equivalent of a poll tax and threatened to deprive many blacks and Latinos of the right to vote this year. MORE


MALEThis video gets right to the heart of the matter.  As one person blogged, “Seriously, this speaks for itself.”  Another blogger wrote, “The evidence is that the female waist has indents above the naval, and the male waist has indents below the naval, and Serena has indents below the naval.  Also there’s a ratio where the male shoulder is three heads wide or more, and the female shoulder is 2 and a half heads wide, and the male body is 8 heads tall.” MORE


SHHFor those of you unfamiliar with the radio business, it’s controlled by a few corporations that have an unwritten rule concerning the first amendment. It goes something like this. “We reserve the right to not rock the boat with the truth.” They’ll never admit that. But believe me it’s the truth. Or don’t believe me. After all what is truth? Even Pontius Pilate had the wisdom to understand that truth is more elusive than a morning mist. I’ve been inside of the matrix of corporate radio, and experience has taught me that my brand of radio has never been tolerated. I am an outcast by choice. MORE