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Don Callaway
Works at The largest chemical company in the world.
Attended University of Houston/Clear Lake
Lived in Angleton, Tx
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►Media - Old & New  - 
 
As if populism is a bad thing...

Wikipedia:

"In general, populism is a political style of action that mobilizes a large alienated element of population against a government seen as controlled by an out-of-touch closed elite that acts on behalf of its own interests. The underlying ideology of the Populists can be left, right, or middle. Its goal is to unite the uncorrupt and the unsophisticated (the 'little man') against the corrupt dominant elites (usually the orthodox politicians) and their camp followers (usually the rich and the intellectuals)._"
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I guess that I am a populist,, and ultra conservitive
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Water off a Snipe's back.

Brazoria NWR #Nikon #D7200
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Curious cow dog. Probably wants to be pet.
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Crooked Hillary

HILLARY DIDN'T HAVE THE CASH FOR THE RECOUNTS: I suspected that Jill Stein was somehow co-opted to pay for the recounts and now it appears it was simply a fellow traveler supporting a colleague's financially and morally broke campaign. Because greedy Hillary wont spend her own money for anything but a $10,000 pant-suit. Hell, she probably doesn't even pay for those.

Clinton’s expensive machine tore through $131.8 million in just the final weeks, finishing with about $839,000 on hand as of Nov. 28.

I knew Stein was a bubble short from the little scrutiny I saw about her, but I didn't realize she was so stupid as to pick up the tab for billionaires.

The most remarkable thing about the story is that Trump spent half as much, correctly insisting raising a billion dollars wasn't necessary. Just think if he can cut waste in government that way.


Hillary Clinton and her supporters spent a record $1.2 billion for her losing presidential campaign — twice as much as the winner, Donald Trump, according to the latest records. The president-elect…
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Her campaign staff may be the only jobs she has ever created
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"There is a principle which is a bar against all information, which is proof against all arguments, and which cannot fail to keep a man in everlasting ignorance—that principle is contempt prior to investigation."

You can't teach anything to a closed mind.
Our forebears' struggles against capitalism, fascism and Zionism—carefully chronicled in <em>Revolutionary Yiddishland</em>—resonate more than ever now that the the far right is once more taking power.
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+paulbsmokin please make a logical case that I am liberal.

Also, please look at the behavior of other market dominant diaspora communities, or other minorities in the West.
The problem is liberalism, not Jews.
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Socialism looks good on paper but always ends in mass graves.
The remains of those set to be buried at the Los Angeles County Crematory and Cemetery in Boyle Heights went unclaimed.
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DRUDGE: ANOTHER SLAP

I think this is a bit more than a slap. Henceforth and forever, Israeli settlements will be referred to as "illegal" by the "international community," aka globalists, progressives, liberals, or tyrants. Which of course includes the mainstream media.

This is a huge propaganda victory for a terrorist entity gift wrapped with a pretty bow and hand delivered by the idiot clown in a president's suit Obama.
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I know lets do everything at the UN by popular vote, what could go wrong...
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So, the fake news meme is a globalist plot to retain control of the world. 
The German government is seeking to create a center of defense against disinformation ahead of next year’s elections, in the wake of ongoing “fake news” and "Russian hackers" hysteria generated during the election cycle in the United States.
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To examine news reports in order to filter out "fake news", is simply a thinly disguised attempt at politically motivated censorship of the news. Who will get to decide which news is fake and which is not? In Europe and the USA, it will tend to be people who agree with the "politically correct" leftists.
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I usually avoid anything the critics all agree is fabulous. 
The first reviews for the new Star Wars film have left critics divided. While Rogue One (out Friday) has an aggregate score of 82 percent on Rotten...
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I blame Hillary's "reset"

Let's not forget, Russia became a super cyber power capable of throwing a US election on Obama's watch. Ironic isn't it?


US intelligence had previously linked Russia to leaks of damaging email from Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign but saw it as a broad bid to undermine confidence in the US political process. On Friday, however, the Washington Post reported that the CIA has concluded that the aim of
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+AJ Foyt probably has something to do with Hillary's uranium deal with Russia. She prolly didn't get all her money.

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Blue Dragonfly

A little something I saw the other day while hiking out at Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge

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But not NASDAQ. Why?

Seems the oft-cited irrational exuberance doesn't extend to the technology sector. Perhaps those geniuses should not have so blatantly picked and backed the wrong horse in the election.

More proof money doesn't make one smart.

Goodbye Twitter. Better luck next time Facebook.

Quit doing evil Google.
U.S. equities traded mostly higher on Wednesday as oil prices surged amid a reported OPEC deal to cut production.
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+Don Callaway Fear of California succession? To many high-profile tech companies are AntiTrump? Tech more of a global issue? Basically, the TECH area is not looking as promising when they look at the changes Trump would bring. Markets are all a mess with feelings and facts.
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Software Engineer, adventurer, writer, photographer, dreamer
Introduction
I love to surf in a kayak and I take a lot of photographs.

Other than that I have worked in the technology field for over 30 years, including sales, tech support, programmer, analyst, and engineer. Over the past 15 years I've specialized in building multi-tiered, distributed database systems and have consulted for some of the worlds largest corporations including, ahem, Enron, AIG, Sysco Foods, Shell Oil, Honeywell, McKinsey & Co, Aim Mgmt (now Invesco), Veritas Geophysical, Dynegy, Houston Industries, and a couple more I can't remember.

Every now and then I drop an F-Bomb. Sorry. 
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Now I don't like to brag, but I make a mean swamp rat stew.
Education
  • University of Houston/Clear Lake
    Computer Information Systems, 1989 - 1991
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Software Engineer, adventurer, writer, shutterbug, dreamer
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  • The largest chemical company in the world.
    Database work of all sorts, 2013 - present
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