Vincent Nunes's blog
Happy 2013, everyone! It's the first year since 1987 to have non-repeating digits. Yes, I found that somewhere.
Well, the election for Brooklyn District Attorney is a long ways away, but that doesn't mean we can't put a little focus upon it now.
Let's just go with a snippet:
Let me begin by wishing all of you a very Happy New
We are about to enter a new year - 2013.
Why not make this the beginning of a new paradigm?
Let's begin a new age of accountability and responsibility.
One step is to right those wrongs that are blatant and in your face.
Hey - we survived another apocalypse!
I did a posting in regards to Whole Foods Supermarket climbing in bed with Monsanto not too long ago; little did I realize that this wasn't just a late-night, drunken outcall - this liaison was fully sanctioned:
A man who produces something of value, or helps to keeps things that produce something of value working, are worth more and should be compensated more than one who just moves monies around. Banks are no longer "risking money"; indeed, if there's any risk, it's borne upon We The People.
I just want you to think about that.
You should read Philip Giraldi's article, Christmas in Connecticut.
This is a preface to the article - what has been missing from my analysis of the Newtown, Connecticut shooting is the pharmaceutical angle.
What do pharmaceuticals have to do with this shooting?
Now the bastards are attacking our children!
What can we do about this?
Don't know how it happened, but the last post duplicated itself.
So, in the spirit of the man O'Hara was named after, here's a speech by John Fitzgerald Kennedy, courtesy of BobCesca:
Here's the basic text:
Good morning, and a belated Happy Thanksgiving to you all!
It's Black Friday - what did you purchase today?
I found a very interesting YouTube clip - click on the following paragraph to check it out:
I mentioned once before, that I don't drink the Kool-Aid.
That doesn't mean that I don't pay attention to the ingredients:
The United States needs to be an honest broker in regards to affairs in the Middle East.
We are failing in that regard.
When one creates a vacuum, that vacuum does not persist - it is filled.
I hope most of you are well in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. I have a friend who just moved out to the Rockaways with his lovely wife - I haven't yet heard from them.
I know of someone who lost his home out in the Rockaways - my prayers and best wishes go out to him.
I want to thank our elected officials for their planning before, during and after this latest storm. I believe a lot of lives were saved.