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George Rebane
Naturalized Citizen, Entrepreneur, Professional Engineer and Systems Scientist formally trained in Physics, Complex Dynamic Systems, and Computer Science.
Interests: music, history, friends, community, science/cosmology, future of man, avid reader, camping/canoeing, and family, philosophy, politics, investing, flying, shooting
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re RussS 636am - While not corroborated yet, that InfoWars video tells quite a tale. And Mr Cross' 1210pm is the duty lame response given by progressives about voter fraud that totally ignores the thousands of credible reports of "identified" voter fraud over the years of which only 31 have been prosecuted. It is difficult for a volunteer poll worker who sees such fraud to spearhead bringing the fraudulent voter, let alone the condoning jurisdiction, to account. Hence we have that long-lived '31' statistic that gets trotted out regularly in these discussions.
Methinks when your ONLY basis for rejecting the message is by impugning the messenger, you stand on weak ground. Better to pick another messenger delivering the same message and then argue the discrepancy in the messages.
George Rebane Shorten your search for the cause of all social problems by first ferreting out how government is involved. As we all knew back in 2010, the Democrats’ Affordable Care Act would create a government system that was neither... Continue reading
Posted 7 hours ago at Rebane's Ruminations
Given Hillary's record since the DC bar exam, some of us believe that her incompetence has been demonstrated many times in things of much greater moment since she attempted that little test.
It's really called leverage - it takes about 100 cases of Democrat "lies, deceit, and corruption" to equal one Republican case. Anyone who doesn't believe this has not delved into lamestream media coverage of the election or attempted an in-depth discussion with a Millennial (which hard to do since you hit bottom almost immediately).
Scenes 716pm - Well this is pretty serious stuff. Categorical oversampling to produce desired poll results is out and out fraud. Somewhere in this there should be something beyond a code of ethics that was violated. Hillary is an established sleazebag, and the evidence from recent emails shows that she also runs at the head of a pack of sleazebags.
fish 1148am - Thank you Mr fish. The dumbth that pervades about public service employees is that progressives believe govt workers deliver equal value to that generated by those in the private sector who create the nation's wealth. They are blind to the fact that these people in the aggregate have marginal abilities, no compelling work ethic, and get paid and pensioned through a process that at best may be called aggravated blackmail. Doggedly following insane work rules in a lockstep CYA manner while imposing irresponsible regulations on taxpayers does not constitute a commendable work ethic. After all, there is a reason why most of them work for the employer of last resort.
Toggle Commented 3 days ago on Sandbox - 10oct16 at Rebane's Ruminations
BillT 910am - Perhaps in days gone by we could sweep such actions under the carpet of dumbth Mr Tozer. But not any more, today they have elevated themselves to agents of pure evil in what they seek to perpetrate on American citizens - they know what they are doing to the country.
fish 248pm - Mr fish, I'm sure you notice than when you reveal such obvious truths about the two-faced progressives that all you will hear back is crickets. Yet the same crickets will demand that the right must defend every slip of the lip a Republican makes. In debates these people will arrive with their quivers full of ad hominems and 'we know what he really meant' ripostes, i.e. unarmed.
fish 141pm - I appreciate your informing us of Ms Eubanks position on the Union's editorial board; my apologies for omitting that telling piece of her resume.
ToddJ 1124am - you're a hard man Mr Juvinall, wanting jail time for the recipients of illegally sent classified emails. Heretofore recipients have been innocent of any wrong doing when they receive an email with classified content, since they would be unaware of the malfeasance perpetrated by the sender. But, if upon reading, they did confirm/know of the content's classification, and did not report its compromise, then they would indeed be liable for criminal prosecution.
George Rebane Dan Henninger’s ‘Dumb and Dumber’ is a corroborating essay on the relentless growth of ‘dumbth’ in America. As technology accelerates, the failures of government unionized schools grow more impactive on our social order in everything from understanding governance... Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at Rebane's Ruminations
fish 1024am - The unfortunately abbreviated spelling did not grace the print edition ;-) In any case, I don't see what all the fuss is about since "cuntry" is a more phonetic and compact spelling than adding the extra 'o' into country. The practiced reader already knows how American English omits the superfluous 'u's and appended 'e's from British English. I continue this effort by showing my bias in promoting the migration of English toward a more efficient lexicon that does not compromise meaning. Here is a more dedicated Estonian-American's efforts in this direction.
Toggle Commented 4 days ago on Sandbox - 10oct16 at Rebane's Ruminations
PaulE 416pm - your point eludes me.
Dear People - The clouds gather and the evening draws nigh. Henceforth please deposit all relevant thoughts under the new debate edition of 'Dump Trump ...'.
George Rebane I want to get this post up in a timely manner for tonight’s last debate of the most fractious political season since the Confederates finally decided to open fire on Ft Sumter. In my decades I have never... Continue reading
Posted 6 days ago at Rebane's Ruminations
GeorgeB 1113am - Au contraire Mr Boardman, Dr Friedman was/is known worldwide, author of best sellers, subject of documentaries, and frequent guest on TV shows. And for those few Millennials who have studied any economics, Friedman always ranks among and is listed with the 'free market' giants of von Mises and von Hayek. But the overall ignorance of those now graduated from our politically correct liberal arts schools completely explains the results of the survey (and one's everyday confirmations in the public round). Pray, what is "the reason why the Klan and their ilk are supporting Trump"?
GaryS 817am - Thank you for that input Mr Smith. Since this speech is now widely publicized, I have been waiting for a subsequent quote from Clark Hunt denying its provenance. None has been forthcoming, but your link makes a good point about its veracity. I will edit the post. fish 901am - Any such government policy in a liberal democracy can quickly change it an environment of broad-based denunciation of neighbors that was a constant in the USSR, Stasi infested East Germany, and other communist/socialist regimes around the world. With government involvement this will become something very different from today's voluntary 'See something? Say something.'
PatriciaS 501pm - I feel we may be circling the barn here. If the patient numbers are anywhere near those that MMJ promoters (like you?) imply, then would we not want Big Pharma to get in there and make cheaper medicine available to those patients, and in the process make a profit on which taxes will be paid?
George Rebane [edited] RR reader Mr Gary Smith comments that this short speech to players attributed to Clark Hunt, CEO and Owner of the Kansas City Chiefs most likely is a piece of hopeful fiction. With apologies for the original... Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at Rebane's Ruminations
GeorgeB 232pm - Thanks for that clarification. I hope you understand my point on immigration vs illegal entrants (see provided links). Immigration is a two-party process. Our country has always had strict quotas - my family and I came to the US under one such quota. We conservetarians only want our country to maintain its borders and permit entry only under our immigration laws to people who serve our national interests (today a novel concept to many). We most certainly don't want national policy to condone illegal entrants as it does today. And I do realize that such historical contexts are today politically incorrect among our progressive brethren.
ToddJ 1135am - You may want to repost this under my today's piece on Mr Boardman.
George Rebane I have to take issue with Mr George Boardman’s 17oct16 Union column – ‘We don’t need no stinking taxes for libraries, pot or cigarettes’. First let me say that Mr Boardman and I read each other’s scribblings on... Continue reading
Posted Oct 17, 2016 at Rebane's Ruminations
fish 922am - what is most tragi-comic are the numerous liberal rebuttals to the critiques of Obamacare back in 2010 and 2011 in these pages. The progressives' bullshit flowed freely then; where is it now?
George Rebane The progressive plague is well on its way into the STEM fields, seeking to put their moralizing stamp on what our STEM workers should (and ultimately can) think about and work on. The same progressive pinheads have finally... Continue reading
Posted Oct 17, 2016 at Rebane's Ruminations