California State University Chico

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Chico, California

To one of our many energy sites.
Safe Clean Natural Gas is an oxymoron! Again!
Monday, February 12, 2018
Why would any sane person want to run any fuel let alone natural gas around their home, place of business, town, state, or country, instead of clean, safe, quiet, less expensive, solar, wind, or thermal power?
(MONEY), in your politicians pockets!
Alternative Energy
Just to name a few.
I am an expert at absolutely nothing!
However; I did retire after 40 (39 years 7 month), working as a service technician for ‘oil & gas’ companies all over New England’.
Every day at every service call technician’s face potential danger by not knowing what the reason was for the call for help because of an oil or gas smell.
Oil can be dangerous depending of the unit used and the human working with the oil.
I have seen things that would scare the ‘bejesus’ out of you and things many times done by a ‘so called Technician’!
Propane (LP), Gas is very dangerous natural gas is far more dangerous, because of the little to no smell!
All gas must have chemicals added for smell however, ‘Natures Gas’ is under far less pressure so it would take much more of the chemical for smell.

The Sabal pipeline will eventually be able to carry 1 billion cubic feet per day. Currently, The Florida Gas Transmission Company has the largest pipeline into the state with about 3.1 billion cubic feet per day, but that is full with only 6 percent of its design capacity anticipated to be available by 2017.  The second biggest pipeline into Central and Southern Florida is the Gulfstream Natural Gas System, running at full capacity of 1.3 billion cubic feet per day.

(Paternalistic Powers)

You knew it was coming didn’t you?
My opinion

Kelly Hayes and Jacqueline Keeler Elizabeth Warren connected DNA and Native American heritage. Here’s why that’s destructive.
Although her intention was to push back against Trump, Warren has provided an unwitting assist to those attempting to take away tribal sovereignty.
Oct. 17, 2018 / 1:57 PM ‎EDT
In other words my brothers and sisters,
I hope that you did not also give up your right to vote in the state that is controlling your ‘Nation’?
You knew it was coming didn’t you?
My opinion
We no longer have tribes in

“Indian Country,” people west of the Mississippi


“Native American Country,” people east of the Mississippi!
What we do have are groups of people calling themselves (A Nation)!
Just another ‘Government nail’ in our ancestor’s coffins!
Yet another way for this government to ‘complete its assimilation of our people’!
Tribal sovereignty in the United States
Is the inherent authority of indigenous tribes to govern themselves within the borders of the United States of America?
The U.S. federal government recognizes tribal nations as “domestic dependent nations” and has established a number of laws attempting to clarify the relationship between the federal, state, and tribal governments.
“Domestic Dependent Nations”
In defining tribal sovereign powers, Justice Marshall described tribes as domestic dependent nations,” meaning that although tribes were “distinct independent political communities,” they remained subject to the paternalistic powers of the United States.
(Paternalistic Powers)
A policy or practice of treating or governing people in a fatherly manner, especially by providing for their needs without giving them rights or responsibilities
In other words my brothers and sisters, I hope that we did not also give up your right to vote in the state that is controlling your ‘Nation’?

Cuts to entitlement programs are necessary due to rising federal deficits!

“Loose lip sink ships”!

Cuts to entitlement programs are necessary due to rising federal deficits.
A slip of the lip can sink ships!
Did Mitch McConnell just cut Bill Nelson a huge break by foreshadowing Medicare cuts?
The Senate Majority leader said changes to entitlements are on the horizon to cut deficits on the rise since Trump’s tax cut.
Sen. Bill Nelson thinks the top Republican in the U.S. Senate revealed something so politically fraught to Floridians, he might as well have just donated to his reelection campaign.
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said this week that cuts to entitlement programs — Washington-speak for Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security — are necessary due to rising federal deficits.
“It’s a bipartisan problem: unwillingness to address the real drivers of the debt by doing anything to adjust those programs to the demographics of America in the future,” the Kentucky Republican
told Bloomberg News.
Nelson doesn’t expect that will go over well in Florida, home to 1.9 million Medicare recipients and where nearly one-in-five residents retirement age or older.
“Mitch McConnell made a big mistake yesterday: he gave away his real intentions,” Nelson said Wednesday. “You let the seniors of this state know the Majority Leader is thinking about cutting Social Security and Medicare, they’re not going to be too happy.”
Nelson is facing Gov. Rick Scott in one of the country’s most anticipated Senate races.
Scott spokesman Chris Hartline said the Republican “does not support cutting benefits for seniors.”
McConnell was responding to a Treasury Department report that the U.S. federal budget deficit jumped to $779 billion in fiscal year 2018, the highest level since 2012. The Treasury estimated that the deficit would grow again next year and exceed $1 trillion by 2020 A main driver of the rising deficits is the massive tax cut that President Donald Trump and Republicans pushed through Congress last year. The new tax law lowered income taxes for most Americans and slashed the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to just 21 percent, the largest one-time rate cut in U.S. history for the nation’s largest companies.
Trump promised the tax cut would pay for itself, but while the economy continues to see healthy growth and fewer unemployed Americans, that hasn’t been the case. Instead, government economists say the new tax system is driving up the deficit with much more pace.


Rick Scott, Marco Rubio, Bill Nelson in Mexico City?

Hurricane Michael, Rick Scott, Marco Rubio, Bill Nelson in Mexico City?
As soon as the wind calmed down, Rick Scott and his camera crew rented a helicopter, at taxpayer’s expense, and filmed his newest ‘Political Ad’ from a safe distance in the air!
Senator Marco Rubio was on his phone to the media.
Senator Bill Nelson was quietly on the ground helping survivors by hand, foot and whatever it took!
As soon as a cargo plane was able to land with its cargo of water, food and supplies Rick Scott was there with his cameras making another political ad taking supplies off the plane to be delivered to Senator Bill Nelson who was still quietly on the ground helping survivors by hand, foot and whatever it took!
Senator Marco Rubio was on the phone to the media.
Five days later Rick Scott on the ground in Mexico City with his Camera Crew making his third ‘Political Ad with his president!

Who do you want ’serving you in Washington’?
Check websites, face book and twitter if you are not sure of your answer.

I will not eat a Vulture, Lobsters’, Crawfish, Red Tide or Catfish!

Helpful and Harmful Microorganisms. Harmful Microorganisms. What does algae give us, and why is it important? Even algae can be harmful. Red tide in a lake or ocean is caused by a kind of algae that grows very fast (has nothing to do with tides, though) Some algae in a red tide contain poison that can kill fish. 

I will not eat a Vulture, Lobsters’, Crawfish, Red Tide or Catfish!



like hundreds of others are
‘Bottom Feeders’!
What is a ‘Bottom Feeder?
Bottom Feeders are like the Vulture, only they are scavengers that eat leftovers off the bottom of our waterways.
Vulture are ‘Scavenger birds’ and you know what they eat.
All four are extremely important in ‘Mother Nature’!
Only I do not wish to eat them.
I said all of that just to get to this.

What is (are), Red Tide’?

Red Tide is a ‘Group of Bottom Feeders’!
The biggest problem other then our politicians not wanting to spend money to control them is,
Humans, without knowing and/or caring, have been over feeding ‘Red Tide’ for centuries!
So now there are hundreds of thousands more of them and they are coming closer to land looking for more to eat.
What are they eating?
Out fertilizer and septic systems run-off for starters.
Warm weather,
‘Yes Governor Rick Scott’,
it is called
is bringing ‘Red Tide’ up our ‘East coast’!
We should not kill them off, we must control them!

I was on the powwow trial since the age of 6 (71 years ago)!

Blood, Blood, and more Blood, that is the question
What Time Is It?
No, I did not say “What day is it”?
Tomorrow is ‘Hump Day’!

Not to also repeat my thousands of posting on the subject, you know that I was on the powwow trial since the age of 6 (71 years ago),!
I see that because of the screaming by that republican on the TV show ‘The View’ I must add to the many posting about DNA, Blood Quarter, and true Natives of the Land (Native Americans east of the Mississippi)!
I just posted about this person and I do not even like her.
However; Right is Right!
If, as I believe that it is coming down too, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders or Trump, I chose Warren!
Elizabeth Warren’s ‘Grandmother’ told her that she had the blood, back in the real world of her grandmothers day; saying that she believes it to be Cherokee was
‘The Truth’!
My last post was
What is the check off point before you lose your ancestors?
Back to the subject of DNA!
Not to also repeat my thousands of posting on the subject, you know that I was on the powwow trial since the age of 6!
Yes we did have to fight off the dinosaurs!
We traveled all around New England New York, parts of Canada; I was too young to remember how far into Canada and the same with states south and west of Uncasvillage.

All of the ones that I enjoyed attending were what to me looked like a group of real poor but happy people just out to enjoy dancing with Creator!
Having the correct name of a tribe, type and amount of the correct blood, color or dress, never came up while enjoying a dance or two.
Today we seem to have a larger, growing even larger, group of (Nit Wits) just looking for a fight instead of a ‘Show of Respect’ to Creator and creation.
So, come on, give me your best shot, if you dare?
I was native long before most ‘Casino Indians’ were even born!

What is this (RED TIDE)?

What is this (RED TIDE)?
 My fear in answering this is the knowledge that most human cures are ten time worse than anything we are trying to cure!
Before we get into the “Political Science” of this, how about a little simple answer from a simple-minded person
Yes, Red Tide is a part of ‘Mother Nature.’
That is only half of this posting!
You see, as usual humans are the other half of the occurrence of Red Tide!
There are thousands of single-celled, microscopic, plant-like organisms alive and living in our waters, fortunately only about 2 or 3% are harmful predators!
In-fact, most help our coral reef grow and stay healthy and help fight pollution.
Humans have been feeding these 2 or 3% for years!
Everything grows better, faster and bigger in warm to hot weather and water, hint – hint!

To be continued on this post.

What is the check off point before you lose your ancestors?

What is the check off point (DNA), before you lose your ancestors?
How much time can pass from ‘Descendants marring’ before losing your Irish ancestors, French, English, German, Polish, Italian, Russian, Canadian, Spanish?
My ancestors are buried all over New York/New England/Canada/New Jersey, so what happened to them after so many years?
Did the ‘bad Fairy’ steal them, maybe the trickster, powwow, or coyote?
DNA is just another tool used by a ‘government’ hell bent on not ‘Honoring their thousands of treaties’!
How many tribes (Government Controlled Indians) sold their ancestors for a casino?
Over 500 treaties were made with American Indian tribes, primarily for land cessations, but 500 treaties were also broken, changed or nullified when it served the government’s interests.
Those treaties are just the ones written and broken for our people west of the Mississippi!
I have written about this over a hundred times since 1982
(The year of my first computer)!
A DNA test cannot tell Native American Roots
Elizabeth Warren releases DNA analysis showing ‘strong evidence’ of Native American ancestry
By Erica Y King
Oct 15, 2018, 12:24 PM ET
How much blood can Warren’s DNA show before we must all apologize to her publicly?
How much DNA blood did her ancestors have to have before they called each other family?
Will your president finely keep one of his promises

A Note From Your Senator to you Florida

Dear Friends,
With Hurricane Michael, we witnessed how quickly storms can escalate and how dangerous they can be.
After speaking with disaster response officials, I saw firsthand the devastation wrought by Hurricane Michael in Panama City – it’s like a bomb went off.
I’m doing everything I can to make sure all federal resources are available to help folks rebuild.
Meantime, please utilize the resources below if necessary. I also encourage you to share this information with your friends and neighbors as we work together to recover from this storm. 

A note from ‘Yours Truly’ (ME), neighbors!

Remember Lake Country Florida from the last two Hurricanes?
Your Governor Rick Scott refused to visit and /or declare our area from those storms, so (No One) in our area receiver help from the ‘State or FEMA’!!!!!
To apply for FEMA assistance visit: or call 1-800-621-FEMA (1-800-621-3362) TTY: 1-800-462-7585. To find the nearest FEMA Disaster Recovery Center visit: DRCLocator
If you need emergency help call 9-1-1.
If you need supplies, such as food, water, or ice, please contact your county emergency management at: http://www.floridadisaste or by phone at (850) 815-4001 for the location of the nearest distribution center. Your county emergency management can provide up-to-date information about shelters and local distribution centers for food and supplies.
If you know of a senior who needs assistance call the Florida Department of Elder Affairs hotline at 1-800-96-ELDER (1-800-963-5337). To report elder abuse, call 1-800-96-ABUSE (1-800-962-2873).
Veterans in need of assistance or in need of their medication can contact the Veteran Disaster Hotline at 1-800-507-4571 or go to any VA medical facility for assistance.
If you or someone you know is experiencing emotional distress please call the Disaster Distress Helpline at 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746 to connect with a trained counselor. You may also visit: for more information about managing stress after a disaster and talking with children about traumatic events.
To find a dialysis center in your area visit: Patients of DaVita Dialysis may contact 1-800-400-8331 to find the nearest Dialysis Center.
To find out if you qualify for temporary mortgage relief, visit the Freddie Mac website at: http://www.freddiem , the Fannie Mae website at: http://www or by phone at 1-800-2FANNIE (800-232-6643). To contact the Federal Housing Finance Agency visit: ance/ Pages /Disa ster-Assistance.aspx
You may also contact the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to find out if you qualify for any hurricane related help with your mortgage or mortgage insurance. To contact HUD about disaster assistance visit: https://www. or https://www.
Taxpayers in affected areas may be eligible for tax relief from the IRS. To learn more about IRS assistance visit: https://ww
The U.S. Small Business Administration is providing various disaster loans to qualifying Floridians. For more information about SBA disaster loans visit: istance/. The U.S. Department of Agriculture provides loans to qualifying individuals, businesses, and communities after disasters. For more information visit: isaster/storms, or contact the USDA office in Florida at: (352) 338-3400.
Floridians who are unemployed as a result of a disaster, and who are ineligible for regular state unemployment insurance, are encouraged to apply for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) through the U.S. Department of Labor. For additional information about DUA visit: https://workfo or contact the U.S. Department of Labor by phone at 1-866-487-2365.
The U.S. Small Business Administration is hiring a variety of temporary positions located throughout areas affected by recent disasters. For more information visit: ponse -jobs -sba< /a>. For FEMA hiring visit: ricane-workforce.
For in-person assistance with storm related questions, visit your local FEMA Disaster Recovery Center. For a list of centers in your area visit: DRCLocator or call 1-800-621-FEMA (1-800-621-3362) TTY: 1-800-462-7585.
Be aware of SCAMS: Federal and state workers never ask for or accept money, and always carry identification badges. There is no fee required to apply for or to get disaster assistance from FEMA, or the State of Florida. If you suspect fraud call FEMA’s Disaster Fraud Hotline at 866-720-5721, or the Florida Attorney General fraud hotline at 1-866-966-7226.
Emergency Assistance 9-1-1
Local resources (food, shelter, childcare,) 2-1-1
Food, water, ice distribution, 850-815-4001, TDD/TTY: 1-800-226-4329
County Emergency Management Offices /counties/
Shelters elter-status/
Florida Highway Conditions: hp/traffic/live_traffic_feed.html, or dial 5-1-1 or *FHP (347)
Florida Elder Affairs Hotline 1-800-96-ELDER (1-800-963-5337)
Veteran Disaster Hotline, 1-800-507-4571
Disaster Distress Helpline (for emotional distress) 1-800-985-5990, or text TalkWithUs to 66746
Blue Tarp Roofs (Army Corps of Engineers) 1-888-ROOF-BLU
FEMA, 1-800-621-FEMA (1-800-621-3362) TTY: 1-800-745-0243
For assistance, contact me by visiting my website at:, by phone toll free in Florida at 1-888-671-4091, or stop by any of my offices.
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