September 30, 2019

Fighting Indelible Ink or Fighting Dye From Water Cannons

How to fight against Indelible Dye fired from Police Water cannons

First we should understand what is in the Blue dye fired by Police at Protesters.  The Indelible dye has a component in it called Silver Nitrate.  This is the component of the dye that causes burns to the skin.  The silver nitrate also has a UV component.  So that even if the surface dye is washed off some sort of way, the UV reactive component of silver nitrate remains.  This is because it seeps into your cells and dyes it at a cellular level.  This sort of dye is used for elections and in science departments to increase visibility under magnification.

September 24, 2019

Impeachment, Joe Biden and Rosemont Seneca

Image Credit: ABC News

I want to start by saying that I'm not a fan of Trump, I didn't vote for him... and I think he can be revolting at times. His childlike explanation of things irk the hell out of me. Its easy to say terrible things about the man, but like it or not, he doesn't appear to be as dumb as people think.

Currently developing in the latest effort to depose President Trump, the Media is ablaze with indignation. An Impeachment meeting is scheduled for 4pm today (September 24th 2019) on the grounds that Trump utilized his executive position to leverage the Ukraine government to investigate Joe Biden's son for corruption.

June 12, 2019

Thoughts On The Present State of American Affairs

In the following article I offer nothing more than simple facts, plain arguments, and common sense; and have no other business to settle with the reader, than that you will rid yourself of prejudice and prepossession, and suffer your reason and your feelings to determine for yourselves; that you will put on, or rather that you will not put off, the true character of a human being, and generously enlarge your views beyond the present day.

Volumes have been written on the subject of the struggle between Government and the Governed. People of all ranks have embarked in the controversy, from different motives, and with various designs; but all have been ineffectual, and the period of debate is closed. Arms, as the last resort, decide the contest; the appeal was the choice of D.C., and free people have to accept the challenge.

February 27, 2019

Big Pharma and Addiction

By Dale Vernor

Abuse of opioids including illicit forms and prescribed painkillers has been a problem the
United States has struggled with for a long time, even before the 1900s. In 1998,
Bayer, a leading pharmaceutical company, started producing heroin, an opioid for
commercial purposes. It was touted a “wonder drug” from its first clinical trials making
its use widely spread. Even the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment director
Kimberly Johnson mentioned that during the early 1900s, derivatives of heroin and
other substances weren’t a big deal, saying that drugs such as heroin were used to
suppress coughs.