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Mother's Day Proclamation
Note: The below text was written in 1870 as a reaction to the carnage of the US Civil War and the Franco-Prussian War by Julia Ward Howe, mother of Mother's Day founder Anna Jarvis.
Again, in the sight of the Christian world, have the skill and power of two great nations exhausted themselves in mutual murder. Again have the sacred questions of international justice been committed to the fatal mediation of military weapons. In this day of progress, in this century of light, the ambition of rulers has been allowed to barter the dear interests of domestic life for the bloody exchanges of the battle field.
Thus men have done. Thus men will do. But women need no longer be made a party to proceedings which fill the globe with grief and horror. Despite the assumptions of physical force, the mother has a sacred and commanding word to say to the sons who owe their life to her suffering. That word should now be heard, and answered to as never before.
Arise, then, Christian women of this day! Arise, all women who have hearts, whether your baptism be that of water or of tears! Say firmly: We will not have great questions decided by irrelevant agencies. Our husbands shall not come to us, reeking with carnage, for caresses and applause. Our sons shall not be taken from us to unlearn all that we have been able to teach them of charity, mercy and patience.
We, women of one country, will be too tender of those of another country, to allow our sons to be trained to injure theirs. From the bosom of the devastated earth a voice goes up with our own. It says: Disarm, disarm! The sword of murder is not the balance of justice. Blood does not wipe out dishonor, nor violence vindicate possession. As men have often forsaken the plough and the anvil at the summons of war, let women now leave all that may be left of home for a great and earnest day of council.
Let them meet first, as women, to bewail and commemorate the dead. Let them then solemnly take council with each other as to the means whereby the great human family can live in peace, man as the brother of man, each bearing after his own kind the sacred impress, not of Caesar, but of God.
In the name of womanhood and of humanity, I earnestly ask that a general congress of women, without limit of nationality, may be appointed and held at some place deemed most convenient, and at the earliest period consistent with its objects, to promote the alliance of the different nationalities, the amicable settlement of international questions, the great and general interests of peace.
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You're right Amigo. The Gestapo mentality of our criminal crimefighters and lawless lawmakers AND lawmen (& women to a lesser degree). Our crimcorfedmedzionewsgov is sofa king out of control it's utterly unbelievable that 80-90% of Americans are still a SHEEP at the wheel
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Obama’s Legacy ?

I sit on one of the drives
On fifty-second streeet
Uncertain and afraid
As the clever hopes expire
Of a low dishonest decade:
Waves of anger and fear
Circulate over the bright
And darkened lands of the earth,
Obsessing our private lives;
The unmentionable odor of death
Offends the September night…
__W.H. Auden, September 1, 1939
   One has to wonder how many like Auden had a premonition of WWII coming or did it hit like a blow to the side of the head like a punch thrown from behind? And are we sitting in the same position now awaiting the Third, waiting to be blind sided?
   Along with that capacity for being a self-deceiving mammal that makes us uniquely human, is on the more positive side the capacity for foresight. And yet for the most part we make so little use of it when it comes to political and historic awareness. What a waste.
   I’m thinking this morning as I crawl into another day of sameness and routine, questioning whether the majority of us even question anymore, what will be the legacy of Obama. George Bush on steroids, more wars, even less accountability in our government, and some health care for some? And since he’s the personification of the complacent, ‘go along” American, he’ll just drift through and out of history pretending something of positive import happened on his watch. 
   But imagine if it’s WWIII. And he did nothing to stop it, but actually encouraged it because he led from behind and he allowed political forces to control his basketball court, his pretentious paradigm of action for real life.
   In 1939 the forces of fascism in Europe were well underway…Hitler in Germany, Franco in Spain, Mussolini in Italy.
   Today the forces of fascism are visibly ensconced at the door step to every home and cardboard enclosure of every American seeking shelter on the sidewalks of our streets.
   For those whose eyes are too flushed over and crusty with sleep, take note: the supreme court of the united states of america has enshrined the first and most basic law of fascism, the rule of the corporations over the People, in “citizens united”.
   For even back in the day, Mussolini questioned why they called it fascism. He thought corporatism was the more appropriate title.
   And Obama just plays the hand he’s dealt, well, give or take a few sleights of hand. For he needs an out when the card tricks fly back in his face. Every politician then has an out to excuse himself, to absolve his being pulled this way and that by the unseen (?) forces of world economics we all pretend don’t follow all the way back through the tentacles to the 1% who are rapaciously stuffing their flaccid jowled pockets beyond their capacity.
  Perpetual wars, the legacy? Banksters who pay fines that are pennies on the billions stolen fraudulently? The fabled American reputation for Good shattered by the state sanctioned practice of Torture and Execution Killings of children who got in the way by Drones? The wistful ghost of the Middle Class? The tattered and bleeding carcass of the People’s Commons_that which we collectively own…public schools, libraries, clinics, functioning infrastructure, national parks that are being gutted for the extractive minerals the Corporations greedily want, the earth soil of America seeping with carcinogenic residues from fracking, poisoning our drinking water, depleting the nutritive capacity of waves of grain and fruited plains?
   Are we all being so dazzled by our corporately produced media extravaganzas of sports and music and obscene images of wealth that we fail to see the oozing poisons creeping into our American culture? Is Obama so caught up in his own personal, miniscule footprint on the planet that he too is blinded and escapes rather than engages the dystopian nature of our existences?
   Nike tells us in their overblown, glitzy advertisements, “Just do it.”
   And American and Obama “Just do nothing.”
   Who among us will grab the loosely dragging reins of our leaderless country?
Obama has shown us that no one man can.
   But the People must, or perish on the dead soil of its own country.
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And they call our Republic a democracy? If we had the time to survive the planet's inevitable destruction, a citizens legislature is necessary to carry on. Eliminate campaign financing by ELIMINATING CAMPAIGNS! No more millionaires in congressluts and senate whores in Wash, DECEIT to climb into bed with the highest bidder and 4yr MAX term limit. Only ELECTED OFFICE WOULD BE WHITE HOUSE
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GOOD RIDDANCE TO BAD RUBBISH!!!!  smoking a bowl to celebrate!
DEA Administrator Michele Leonhart is expected to resign soon, an unnamed "senior administration official" told CBS News this morning. The embattled DEA head has been under fire for years over her leadership of the scandal-ridden agency, but it was her performance at a Capitol Hill hearing last week that sealed her fate.
[It's now official: Attorney General Holder announced Leonhart's retirement in a statement late this afternoon.]
DEA Administrator Michele Leonhart is on her way out the door. (
Members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee pronounced themselves agog over recent reports of DEA agents in Colombia partying with prostitutes, sometimes with taxpayer dollars, sometimes paid for by Colombian drug traffickers. Those revelations came in a Justice Department Office of the Inspector General report issued last month.
Members were infuriated by the DEA's handling of the case, in which 10 DEA agents were accused of wrongdoing. Only seven of them were disciplined, and the punishment was extremely light: they were suspended for periods of one to 10 days. Leonhart drew the wrath of committee members when she claimed she was unable to discipline the agents more severely.
"What would it take to get fired at the DEA?" asked Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC), who said he was "stunned" that no one had been fired in the wake of the revelations. "What the hell do you have to do?"
Committee Chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) told Leonhart that as agency head she carried much of the responsibility for what he called "a cultural problem" at the agency stretching back years.
"You get called before this committee and say 'Oh, it's terrible, it's awful,'" Chaffetz said at the conclusion of the hearing. "But you personally have been responsible for this for more than a decade and you didn't do anything about it."
Immediately after last Tuesday's hearing, 22 members of the committee signed a joint statement saying they had "no confidence" in Leonhart's continued leadership.
And now word leaks from the White House that Leonhart is about to become history.
It's been a long time coming. The veteran DEA administrator and her agency have been embroiled in scandal throughout her tenure. And she and the DEA have been increasingly out of step with an administration that has shown an interest in rolling back drug war excesses, from major sentencing reforms to largely (if belatedly) adopting a laissez-faire attitude toward medical marijuana and even marijuana legalization in the states.
The Department of Justice's Office of the Inspector General currently has six open into numerous DEA scandals, including the massacre of civilians in Honduras, the use of NSA data to both spy on virtually all Americans and to systematically fabricate evidence, and controversial uses of confidential informants.
A series of recent investigations by USA Today found that the DEA has been tracking billions of U.S. phone calls without warrants or even suspicion of wrong-doing, an operation copied by the NSA and other agencies after 9/11. The DEA built the modern surveillance state.
DEA Administrator Michele Leonhart herself has been at the center of several scandals, including the House of Death scandal in which the DEA may have turned a blind eye to torture and murder, and the Andrew Chambers scandal, in which the DEA rehired a confidential informant with a history of lying.
DEA conflicts with Obama administration policy. Last year, Leonhart publicly rebuked President Obama for admitting that marijuana is as safe as alcohol, told members of Congress that the DEA will continue to go after marijuana even in states where it is legal despite DOJ guidance stating otherwise, and spoke out against bipartisan drug sentencing reform in Congress that the Obama administration is supporting.
Last May, The DEA created a political firestorm this week when it seized seeds bound for a Kentucky hemp research program that was approved by Congress. Then Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) called the incident "an outrage" and the Kentucky Agriculture Department sued the DEA.
The DEA's refusal to acknowledge science. DEA Administrator Michele Leonhart has on several occasions ignored science and overruled the DEA's own administrative law judges on medical issues relating to marijuana. In a bizarre 2012 debate with members of Congress Leonhart refused repeatedly to acknowledge that marijuana is safer than cocaine and heroin.
Drug reform groups, such as the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) and the Marijuana Policy Project (MPP), both of which had been calling for Leonhart's head for some time, were elated, but urged the Obama administration to use this as an opportunity not to just put a new face in charge of DEA, but to change the agency's direction.
"Leonhart's DEA reflects an outdated, disastrous approach that President Obama claims he wants to leave behind,” said Bill Piper, DPA director of national affairs. "If she leaves, he has an opportunity to appoint someone who will overhaul the DEA and support drug policy reform. The DEA is a large, expensive, scandal-prone bureaucracy that has failed to reduce drug-related problems. Drug use should be treated as a health issue instead of a criminal justice issue; with states legalizing marijuana and adopting other drug policy reforms it is time to ask if the agency is even needed anymore," he said.
"Ms. Leonhart consistently and recklessly undermined President Obama's mandate that public policy be guided by science instead of ideology. Her resignation will allow the president to appoint an administrator who will rely on the facts rather than ignore them," said Dan Riffle, MPP director of federal policies.
"Most Americans, including President Obama, recognize the fact that marijuana is less harmful than alcohol. Yet, Ms. Leonhart was unwilling to even acknowledge that marijuana poses less potential harm than heroin and methamphetamine," Riffle continued. "While most of the country has been progressing in its views on marijuana policy, Ms. Leonhart has maintained a mindset straight out of the 1930s. Hopefully her resignation will mark the end of the ‘Reefer Madness’ era at the DEA."
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You and I seem to be very like minded Leo. I feel we should resign THE WHOLE (fukn) DEA! DEA=Defiantly Enraging Americans
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