just another move towards dictatorship
Does this mean we smokers get a tax break? I mean shit if we can't smoke why do we need to pay for parks?
Ms. Woodruff and her organization mean well, I'm sure. And they provide a valuable service in that they "counter-point" the nuclear industry folks who declare just as passionately that nuclear energy is safe.
Every form of energy generation has an upside and a downside. And every one has an impact on the environment. What type of energy does the SRA say we should use, to supplant that generated by the 104 nuclear plants they'd like to shut down? And are they confident in declaring that the public will willingly accept the tradeoffs? (Higher energy prices would probably be one of the tradeoffs.)
Here's something interesting - almost 80% of France's energy is from nuclear reactors. Apparently it's working for them. Once America's reactors are mothballed, will the anti-nukes go after the other countries?
Gee, another nuclear scientist who falsely frames our choice as using nuke power or coal, or shiver in the darkness. Can yoiu say "geothermal power" Akira? Geothermal is steady 24/7 power, and it can provide 50% of the total USA power load.
Idaho has enough wind power to triple our electric needs, and never meltdown. Funny how in this long article Akira never mentions they still can not control FUK-U-shima. Akira never mentions we do NOT need a tsunami to wipe out back up emergency power. In the 1980's, Shoreham plant had all 3 backup generators break when tested past 15 minutes. In 2002, Indian Point had 2 of 3 fail. NRC only requires 4 freraking hours of back up power.
Idaho is too great to evacuate! ...Peter Rickards
Thats what im saying Right!!!!!!!!!! The first car was made of hemp and ran on hemp. Hemp for victory! Yes I and I see this plant is good, love hemp seeds yummy and so good for you!!!!! Vote Yes on prop 19 in California, Boo Yea!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Dude, you said "hash this out"!
$2 billion industry in Canada. It's also supported by the Idaho and National Grange, and I believe the Farm Bureau as well.
We need to grow up. and get with the times. Hemp could put America back on its feet. Control it tax it, who cares except drug dealers. Lets use hemp to build homes, cure cancer and make gas.
Let us farm our hemp for its natural resources In the national marketplace, as mother nature intended. Give us the freedom we need to succeed in a national marketplace.
I still find it funny that there are two sides....not just the issues but you have to be in the "buddy system" side of politics to many persons beliefs. We all know many old conservatives that vote republican because that's what they do, that's what their daddy did and it's pretty lame. Not many free thinkers out there. People should did into an issue and see who they align with. I took a test last election. I did not align with either candidate to my shagrin.
After 8 years of deregulation, corporate profiteering and "common sense" government by the Republicans, we could use some good ivory tower solutions. It's funny that you should take shots at the "liberal ivory tower establishment," since you went to Georgetown. You aren't fooling anyone.
Like you knew anything about what being part of Spontaneous was really about - this article is shameful in its pride and mishapen view of a theater you helped destroy.
- Robert McDiarmid
It seems to have become a "hate State" I've seen on many of these comment boards, a lot of people who support this law, saying hateful or misinformed information on all Hispanics. They generalize that All Hispanics are illegal; when many Hispanics have been in the U.S. for generations, and yet people say negative comments about Mexicans. So I do see a lot of Hate.
Kangas is not being truthful when he says, "Outdoor user groups have not been contacted by Boise City, including those who have expressed a desire to utilize the open space at Hammer Flats. No public meetings have occurred. The first time “we the people” will have an opportunity to comment “on the deal” will be when the City Council votes on the matter after IDFG and Boise City finish their private meeting."
There has been at least one neighborhood meeting, at least forty individuals have provided comments, and several outdoor user groups have been contacted, including Mr. Kangas himself.
I agree with John Kangas, that closing the Hammer Flats area off to non-consumptive, non-destructive uses such as those recreational activities he mentions, is a highly questionable move, and an inappropriate one, on the part of the City of Boise. All five of the objectives of the $10 million open space levy can be met in the case of Hammer Flats, without closing the area off to all use by the public who paid this levy. "Preserving wildlife habitat" does not necessitate exclusion of all public use. Exclude hunting, by all means, and exclude off-road vehicles and dirt bikes that would tear up the terrain--but why exclude hikers, runners, kite-flyers, mountain bikers, nature lovers, bug-watchers, wildflower gazers, cloud contemplators, artists, birders, and hang gliders? Perhaps some additional restrictions might be warranted in winter when the deer are wintering in the area, but this certainly does not require year-round closure.
Long-time traditional uses of the area, such as hang-gliding and para-gliding, should be respected. This money was not raised for the purpose of a strict nature preserve where no human use is permitted.
David Whitacre, long-time Boise resident
Sorry, 12 million illegals have selfishly prevented probably 10,000 legal immigrants from their chance to live the dream. Proximity to the US is not a criteria to entry or to citizenship. It IS also tru that Conservatives have selfishly stomped the American poor by both attracting and hiring the cheap Mexican labor...AND SKILLED...Mexican workers. They play Mexican against white against blacks for the lowest wage. It is also true that MOST Mexicans believe that most of the Southern USA is theirs by land grant--and are slowly taking it back by volume of "immigrants" moving north. It is also true that Mexico has a very harsh illegal's system--just get busted there without your papers. It is also TRUE that both Republican and Democrats are stealing my 4th Amendment RIGHTS over this and terrorist crap. In the end, we cannot grant citizenship to millions at once. Acculturation is a vital part of maintaining unit cohesion in terms of a "country"...(that is UNLESS your goal is to NOT have a "country" when you are done???)
interesting that I would read about the death of a newspaper online.
Sorry. I am an Arizonan. I am married to a Mexican woman. Half of my family is Mexican. I work for a Mexican company. My Mexican colleagues think that all this crap that is going on is ridiculous. All the law states is that they (my Mexican colleagues) are to have papers on them that prove that they are legally in the country when they visit our U.S. office. Can anyone guess what I have to have in my pocket when I visit our company's Mexico offices? Duh.
Opinion: I can't speak for the world, but every opinion poll I've seen says that a large majority of Americans are in favor of Arizona's law. I've never seen such a huge disconnect between media spin and popular opinion in my life.
Anar: I'll bet a three-month membership at the Baku Hyatt fitness center that Mort Rosenblaum doesn't know shashlik from Shinola. He's just another ugly American trying to look smart and sophisticated.
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