Friday, August 31, 2012

I bid you good noon. Iam @ dialysis & hooked up. ...

I bid you good noon. Iam @ dialysis & hooked up. I have 4:26 left. I'll come off around 5:15pm.
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The Full Blue Moon

The Full Blue Moon


What is a Blue Moon?

For more than half a century, whenever two full Moons appeared in a single month (which happens on average every 2 1/2 to 3 years), the second has been christened a "Blue Moon." In our lexicon, we describe an unusual event as happening "Once in a Blue Moon." This expression was first noted back in 1821 and refers to occurrences that are uncommon, though not truly rare.

 

On past occasions, usually after vast forest fires or major volcanic eruptions, the Moon has reportedly taken on a bluish or lavender hue. Soot and ash particles, propelled high into the Earth's atmosphere, can sometimes make the Moon appear bluish.

 

Why "Blue" Moon? For the longest time nobody knew exactly why the second full Moon of a calendar month was designated as a Blue Moon. One explanation connects it with the word "belewe" from the Old English, meaning, "to betray." Perhaps, then, the Moon was "belewe" because it betrayed the usual perception of one full Moon per month. However, in the March 1999 issue of Sky & Telescope magazine, author Phillip Hiscock revealed one somewhat confusing origin of this term. It seems that the modern custom of naming the second full Moon of a month "blue," came from an article published in the March 1946 Sky & Telescope magazine. The article was "Once in a Blue Moon," written by James Hugh Pruett. In this article, Pruett interpreted what he read in a publication known as the Maine Farmers' Almanac (no relation to this Farmers' Almanac, published in Lewiston, Maine), and declared that a second full Moon in a calendar month is a "Blue Moon."

 

However, after reviewing the Maine Farmer's Almanac, Hiscock found that during the editorship of Henry Porter Trefethen (1932 to 1957), the Maine Farmers' Almanac made occasional reference to a Blue Moon, but derived it from a completely different (and rather convoluted) seasonal rule. As simply as can be described, according to Trefethen's almanac, there are normally three full Moons for each season of the year. But when a particular season ends up containing four full Moons, then the third of that season is called a Blue Moon! To make matters more confusing, the beginning of the seasons listed in Trefethen's almanac were fixed. A fictitious or dynamical mean Sun produced four seasons of equal length with dates which differed slightly from more conventional calculations. So, basically the current use of "Blue Moon" to mean the second full Moon in a month can be traced to a 55-year-old mistake in Sky & Telescope magazine.

 

High tide of psychic powers, helpful in all types of magic, this is a powerful time where energy is in abundance. Magical rites are amplified as energy is in its zenith. Full moon magic works best in a seven-day cycle - three priors, the night of, and three after.

 

So, remember while you are out tonight shopping or going to the movies or even clubbing to watch for Werewolves for they will be out tonight "Even a man who is pure in heart and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the wolf bane blooms and the Full Blue Moon is bright." When the Full Blue Moon grows fat, a paralyzing fear sweeps through land. For snarls that sound like human words can be heard whining through the wind. And all around are the footprints of a monster whose hunger cannot be sated....Cycle of the Werewolf is here.

 
I will be celebrating the Full Blue Moon by watching Werewolf movies all night. I will watch one or all these Werewolf movies on DVD.

 

The Wolf Man: The Legacy Collection [DVD]
Once in a full moon comes a howlingly good two-disc set like this. Lon Chaney, Jr., cursed man-beast Larry Talbot in "The Wolf Man" (1941), with Claude Rains, Evelyn Ankers and Bela Lugosi. Next, Henry Hull is the rather urbane "Werewolf of London" (1935), Universal's first lycanthrope thriller; Chaney returns to battle Lugosi's Frankenstein Monster in "Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man" (1943); and future TV Mom June Lockhart fears she's inherited the mark of the beast in "She-Wolf of London" (1946). 4 3/4 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: French, Spanish; documentary; audio commentary on "The Wolf Man."

 

Cursed (Unrated Version) [DVD] (2005)
From the "Scream" team of director Wes Craven and screenwriter Kevin Williamson comes this chilling horror tale. After they're both bitten by a vicious animal, siblings Christina Ricci and Jesse Eisenberg begin experiencing bizarre physiological changes including enhanced strength and agility, as well as increased self-confidence. But when they realize they were attacked by a werewolf, they must track down the creature and kill it before their lycanthropic transformation is complete. Portia de Rossi, Shannon Elizabeth, Joshua Jackson, Mya co-star. Unrated version; 99 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, French Dolby Digital 5.1; Subtitles: Spanish; featurettes; audio commentary.
Category: Horror Director: Wes Craven
Cast: Jesse Eisenberg, Shannon Elizabeth, Joshua Jackson, Christina Ricci, Michael Rosenbaum, Milo Ventimiglia, Portia de Rossi

 

Stephen King's Silver Bullet [DVD] (1985)
A small town is terrorized by a series of grisly murders, and two young people are convinced that the killer is a werewolf. Chilling tale from fright fave King stars Gary Busey, Cory Haim, Megan Follows. 94 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, French Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English.
Category: Horror Director: Daniel Attias
Cast: Kent Broadhurst, Gary Busey, Megan Follows, Robin Groves, Corey Haim, Stephen King, Everett McGill, Terry O'Quinn, Bill Smitrovich, Lawrence Tierney
Also Available: VHS

 

The Howling [DVD] (1981)
Amazing special effects and a furry sense of humor highlight this Joe Dante scare show about a TV anchorwoman on vacation at a remote California rest resort who finds its home to a colony of werewolves. Co-written by John Sayles; Dee Wallace, Christopher Stone, Patrick Macnee, Slim Pickens, John Carradine and the great Dick Miller star. 91 min. Standard and Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish; audio commentary; deleted scenes; outtakes; documentary; featurette.
Category: Horror Director: Joe Dante
Cast: John Carradine, Dennis Dugan, Patrick Macnee, Kevin McCarthy, Robert Picardo, Slim Pickens, Christopher Stone, Kenneth Tobey, Dee Wallace-Stone, Noble Willingham
Also Available: VHS

 

An American Werewolf In London [DVD] (1981)
Furry, funny frightfest from director John Landis stars David Naughton as the Yank tourist who's bitten by a werewolf in the English countryside and inherits its curse. Oscar-winning makeup effects by Rick Baker; Griffin Dunne, as Naughton's undead best friend, and Jenny Agutter co-star. 98 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1; Subtitles: French, Spanish; audio commentary by Naughton, Dunne; "making of" featurettes; interviews; outtakes; storyboards; photo gallery; biographies; DVD-ROM content.
Category: Horror Director: John Landis
Cast: Jenny Agutter, Griffin Dunne, David Naughton, Frank Oz, John Woodvine
Also Available: VHS

 

An American Werewolf In Paris [DVD] (1997)
In the long-awaited follow-up to "An American Werewolf in London" (were the creatures waiting for the Chunnel to open?), a young man on a European trek with his buddies falls for a beautiful French woman who, unknown to him, carries the curse of the beast. Chills, laughs and amazing transformation effects galore; Tom Everett Scott, Julie Delpy, Vince Vieluf star. 98 min. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English 5.1, French; interactive menus; theatrical trailer; scene access.
Category: Horror Director: Anthony Waller
Cast: Julie Bowen, Julie Delpy, Thierry Lhermitte, Tom Everett Scott, Vince Vieluf

 

Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet The Wolf Man [VHS] (2000)
There's a howl lot of laughter in store, because everybody's favorite mischief makers are back! Join Alvin, Simon and Theodore in this all-new, full length, screamingly funny animated feature! Alvin's just wild about monsters! After devouring every movie and book on the subject, he considers himself an expert. So when a mysterious new neighbor, Mr. Talbot, seems unusually gruff, and strange howling noises come from his yard at night, Alvin is sure he's a werewolf! Of course, everyone else thinks Talbot's bark is worse than his bite-and that Alvin is watching way too much late night TV. But when Theodore is nipped by dog and suddenly start chewing on socks, even the always-logical Simon agrees that something weird is going on. Can Alvin and Simon save their brother before the next full moon, or will Theodore become a full-fledged werewolf and remain one forever?!!! Add a wacky school production of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, the delightful antics of the gal pal Chipettes, and lots of great new music to the mix, and you've got a monstrously entertaining adventure the whole family will love. From start to finish, Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet The Wolf Man is fun you can really sink your teeth into!

 

Wolf [DVD] (1994)
After he's bitten by a wolf in the New England wilderness, world-weary New York book editor Jack Nicholson discovers that his senses have intensified and he's taking on lupine characteristics. The animal in him soon takes over as he ferociously battles enemies and has a torrid affair with his boss's daughter. Michelle Pfeiffer, James Spader and Kate Nelligan co-star; directed by Mike Nichols. 125 min. Standard and Widescreen; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1 and Dolby Surround, French, Spanish; Subtitles: English, Korean, Spanish; scene access.
Category: Horror Director: Mike Nichols
Cast: Eileen Atkins, Peter Gerety, Richard Jenkins, Kate Nelligan, Jack Nicholson, Michelle Pfeiffer, David Hyde Pierce, Christopher Plummer, Om Puri, Ron Rifkin, Prunella Scales, James Spader
Rated: R Color

 

 

 

Beasts Of Terror (4 Movie Set) [DVD]
You'll howl with delight at this two-disc collection of four furry, fright-filled fear flicks. First, a small-town sheriff investigating a series of strange killings thinks the culprit may be a lycanthrope, in "Moon of the Wolf" (1972), starring David Janssen, Barbara Rush and Bradford Dillman. Next, "Dark Shadows" creator Dan Curtis helms "Scream of the Wolf" (1974), in which a legendary hunter is drawn out of retirement to track down a killer were-creature. Clint Walker, Peter Graves and Jo Ann Pflug star. Then, there's no beast like "Snow Beast" (1977), a Bigfoot-like behemoth that terrorizes a Colorado ski resort. Can Bo Svenson and Yvette Mimieux stop the rampage? Finally, early 1900s Georgia is the setting for hirsute horror, as a man inherits a family curse, in producer/star Earl Owensby's "The Wolfman" (1982). 6 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.
Category: Horror Director: Daniel Petrie
Cast: Dick Crockett, Royal Dano, Bradford Dillman, David Janssen, Geoffrey Lewis, Claudia McNeil, Dan Priest, Barbara Rush, George Sawaya
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"FRIENDSHIP NEVER ENDS" SG-1996
"LET LOVE LEAD THE WAY" SG-2000
"THE PHOENIX SHALL RISE" SD
"EVEN A MAN WHO IS PURE IN HEART AND SAYS HIS PRAYERS BY NIGHT, MAY BECOME A WOLF WHEN THE WOLFBANE BLOOMS AND THE AUTUMN MOON IS BRIGHT." LT-1941
"FLESH OF MY FLESH; BLOOD OF MY BLOOD; KIN OF MY KIN WHEN SAY COME TO YOU, YOU SHALL CROSS LAND OR SEA TO DO MY BIDDING!" CVTD-1895
"FROM HELL'S HEART I STAB AT THEE, FOR HATE SAKE I SPIT MY LAST BREATH AT THEE" CA-1895 
"I HAVE BEEN, AND ALWAYS SHALL BE YOUR FRIEND" Spock 
"TRICK OR TREAT, TRICK OR TREAT CANDY IS DANDY BUT MURDER, OH MURDER, IS SO SWEET" CRL-2003 
"EYE OF NEWT, AND TOE OF FROG, WOOL OF BAT, AND TONGUE OF DOG ADDER'S FORK, BLIND-WORM'S STING, LIZARD'S LEG, AND OWLET'S WING. FOR A CHARM OF POWERFUL TROUBLE, LIKE A HELL-BROTH BOIL AND BABBLE. DOUBLE, DOUBLE, TOIL AND TROUBLE, FIRE BURN, AND CALDRON BUBBLE" WS

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This week on AMERICAN MOVIE CLASSICS Fear Friday Classic Horror, Thriller, Suspe

This week on AMERICAN MOVIE CLASSICS Fear Friday Classic Horror, Thriller, Suspense, Mystery, Sci-fi Movies they are showcasing and that is recommended must watch if you have AMC are.

 

Saturday September 1, 2012

 

12:00AM 11:00c


The Reaping
TV14, CC
A former Christian missionary (Hilary Swank) who now debunks religious phenomena encounters biblical plagues in a small town.


2:00AM 1:00c


The Frighteners
TV14, CC
Friendly ghosts help a psychic detective (Michael J. Fox) probe the hauntings that killed residents of a coastal California town.

 
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"FRIENDSHIP NEVER ENDS" SG-1996
"LET LOVE LEAD THE WAY" SG-2000
"THE PHOENIX SHALL RISE" SD
"EVEN A MAN WHO IS PURE IN HEART AND SAYS HIS PRAYERS BY NIGHT, MAY BECOME A WOLF WHEN THE WOLFBANE BLOOMS AND THE AUTUMN MOON IS BRIGHT." LT-1941
"FLESH OF MY FLESH; BLOOD OF MY BLOOD; KIN OF MY KIN WHEN SAY COME TO YOU, YOU SHALL CROSS LAND OR SEA TO DO MY BIDDING!" CVTD-1895
"FROM HELL'S HEART I STAB AT THEE, FOR HATE SAKE I SPIT MY LAST BREATH AT THEE" CA-1895 
"I HAVE BEEN, AND ALWAYS SHALL BE YOUR FRIEND" Spock 
"TRICK OR TREAT, TRICK OR TREAT CANDY IS DANDY BUT MURDER, OH MURDER, IS SO SWEET" CRL-2003 
"EYE OF NEWT, AND TOE OF FROG, WOOL OF BAT, AND TONGUE OF DOG ADDER'S FORK, BLIND-WORM'S STING, LIZARD'S LEG, AND OWLET'S WING. FOR A CHARM OF POWERFUL TROUBLE, LIKE A HELL-BROTH BOIL AND BABBLE. DOUBLE, DOUBLE, TOIL AND TROUBLE, FIRE BURN, AND CALDRON BUBBLE" WS

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Cycle of the Werewolf August By Stephen King

Cycle of the Werewolf

By Stephen King

 

In the Stinking Darkness under the barn, he raised his Shaggy head. His yellow, stupid eyes gleamed. I hunger, he whispered. Henry Ellender The Wolf

 

Thirty days hath September, April, June, and November, all the rest but the Second have thirty-one, Rains and snow and jolly sun, and the moon grows fat in every one. Child's Rime

 

"Even a man, who is pure in heart and say his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the wolf bane blooms and the Autumn Moon is bright. Laurence Talbot-1941 The Wolf-Man

 

Full Fruit or Barley Moon - August the names Fruit and Barley were reserved only for those years when the Harvest Moon is very late in September.

 

Sure, I think it's a werewolf, Constable Neary says.  He speaks too loudly maybe accidentally, more like accidentally on purpose and all conversation in Stan's Barbershop comes to a halt.  It is going on just half-past August, the hottest August anyone can remember in Tarkers Mills for years, and tonight the moon will be just one day past full.   So the town holds its breath, waiting.

 

Constable Neary surveys his audience and then goes on from his place in Stan Pelky's middle barber chair, speaking weightily, speaking judicially, speaking psychologically, all from the depths of his high school education (Neary is a big, beefy man, and in high school he mostly made touchdowns for the Tarkers Mills Tigers; his class work earned him some C's and not a few D's).

 

here are guys, he tell them, who are kind of like two people.  Kind of like split personalities, you know.  They are what I'd call fucking schizos.

 

He pauses to appreciate the respectful silence, which greets this and then goes on:

 

Now this guy, I think he's like that.  I don't think he knows what he's doing when the moon gets full and he goes out and kills somebody.  He could be anybody a teller at the bank, a gas-jockey at one of those stations out on the Town Road, maybe even someone right here now.  In the sense of being an animal inside and looking perfectly normal outside, yeah you bet.  But if you mean, do I think there's a guy who sprouts hair and howls at the moon no.  That shit's for kids.

 

What about the Coslaw boy, Neary? Stan asks, continuing to work carefully around the roll of fat at the base of Neary's neck.  His long, sharp scissors go snip,snip,snip.

 

Just proves what I said, Neary responds with some exasperation.  That shit's for kids.

 

In truth, he feels exasperated about what's happened with Marty Coslaw.  Here, in this boy, is the first eyeball witness to the freak that's killed six people in his town, including Neary's good friend Alfie Knopfler.  And is he allowed to interview the boy?  No.  Does he even know where the boy is?  No!  He's had to make do with a deposition furnished to him by the State Police, and he had to bow and scrape and just-a-damn-bout beg to get that much.  All because he's a small-town constable, what the State Police think of as a kiddie-cop, not able to tie his own shoes.  All because he doesn't have one of their numb fuck Smokey Bear hats.  And the deposition!  He might as well have used it to wipe his ass with.  According to the Coslaw kid, the beast stood about seven feet tall, was naked, was covered with dark hair all over his body.  He had big teeth and green eyes and smelled like a load of panther-shit.  He had claws, but the claws looked like hands.  He thought it had a tail.  A tail, for Chris sake.

 

Maybe,  Kenny Franklin says from his place in the row of chairs along the wall, maybe it's some kind of disguise this fella puts on.  Like a mask and all, you know.

 

I don't believe it, Neary says emphatically, and nods his head to emphasize the point.  Stan to draw his scissors backing in a hurry to avoid putting one of the blades into that beefy roll of fat at the back of Neary's neck.  Nossir! I don't believe it!  Kid heard a lot of these werewolf stories at school before it closed for the summer he admitted as much and then he didn't have nothing to do but sit there in that chair of his and think about it work it over in his mind.  It's all psycho-fuckin-logical, you see.   Why, if it's been you that'd come out of the bushes by the light of the moon, he would have thought you was a wolf, Kenny.

 

Kenny laughs a little uneasily.

 

Nope, Neary says gloomily.  Kid's testimony is just no damn good tall.

In his disgust and disappointment over the deposition taken from Marty Coslaw at the home of Marty's aunt and uncle in Stowe, Constable Neary has also overlooked this line: Four of them went off at the side of his face I guess you'd call it a face all at once, and I guess maybe it put his eye out.  His left eye.

 

If Constable Neary had chewed this over in his mind and he hadn't he would have laughed even more contemptuously, because in that hot, still August, there was only one townsperson sporting an eye patch, and it was simply impossible to think of that person, of all persons, being the killer.  Neary would have believed his mother the killer before he would believe that.

 

There's only one thing that'll solve this case, Constable Neary says, jabbing his finger at the four or five men sitting against the wall and waiting for their Saturday morning haircuts, and that's good police work.  And I intend to be the guy who does it.  Those state Smokies are going to be laughing on the other side of their faces when I bring the guy in. Neary's face turns dreamy.  Anyone, he says. a bank teller gas jockey just some guy you drink with down there at the bar.  But good police-work will solve it.  You mark my words.

 

But Constable Lander Neary's good police work comes to an end that night when a hairy, moon-silvered arm reaches through the open window of his Dodge pickup as he sits parked at the crossing-point of two dirt roads out in West Tarkers Mills.  There is a low, snorting grunt, and a wild, terrifying smell like something you would smell in the lion-house of a zoo. 

 

His head is snapped around and he stares into one green eye.  He sees the fur, the black, damp-looking snout.  And when the snout wrinkles back, he sees the teeth.  The beast claws at him almost playfully, and one of his cheeks is ripped away in a flap, exposing his teeth on the right side.  Blood spouts everywhere.  He can feel it running down over the shoulder of his shirt, sinking in warmly.  He screams; he screams out of his mouth and out of his cheek.  Over the beasts working shoulders, he can see the moon, flooding down white light.

 

He forgets all about his .30-.30 and the .45 strapped on his belt.  He forgets all about how this thing is psycho-fuckin-logical.  He forgets all about good police work.  Instead his mind fixes on something Kenny Franklin said in the barbershop that morning.  Maybe it's some kind of disguise this fella puts on.  Like a mask and all, you know. 

 

And so, as the werewolf reaches for Neary's throat, Neary reaches for its face, grabs double-handful of coarse, wiry fu and pull, hoping madly that the mask will shift and then pull off there will be the snap of an elastic, the liquid ripping sound of latex, and he will see the killer.

 

But nothing happens nothing except a roar of pain and rage from the beast.  It swipes at him with one clawed handyes he can see it is a hand, however hideously misshapen, a hand, the boy was right and lays his throat wide open.  Blood jets over the truck's windshield and dashboard; it drips into the bottle of Busch that has been sitting tilted against Constable Neary's crotch.

 

The werewolf's other hand snags in Neary's freshly cut hair and yanks him half out of the Ford pick-up's cab.  It howls once, in triumph, and then it buries it face and shout in Neary's neck.  It feeds while the beer gurgles out of the spilled bottle and foams on the floor b the truck's brake and clutch pedals. 

 

So much for psychology.

 

So much for good police work.

 

This Story is from the Book "Cycle of the Werewolf" by

Stephen King. You can find a copy at www.Barnes&Noble.com

 
Carl Ray Louk

"FRIENDSHIP NEVER ENDS" SG-1996
"LET LOVE LEAD THE WAY" SG-2000
"THE PHOENIX SHALL RISE" SD
"EVEN A MAN WHO IS PURE IN HEART AND SAYS HIS PRAYERS BY NIGHT, MAY BECOME A WOLF WHEN THE WOLFBANE BLOOMS AND THE AUTUMN MOON IS BRIGHT." LT-1941
"FLESH OF MY FLESH; BLOOD OF MY BLOOD; KIN OF MY KIN WHEN SAY COME TO YOU, YOU SHALL CROSS LAND OR SEA TO DO MY BIDDING!" CVTD-1895
"FROM HELL'S HEART I STAB AT THEE, FOR HATE SAKE I SPIT MY LAST BREATH AT THEE" CA-1895 
"I HAVE BEEN, AND ALWAYS SHALL BE YOUR FRIEND" Spock 
"TRICK OR TREAT, TRICK OR TREAT CANDY IS DANDY BUT MURDER, OH MURDER, IS SO SWEET" CRL-2003 
"EYE OF NEWT, AND TOE OF FROG, WOOL OF BAT, AND TONGUE OF DOG ADDER'S FORK, BLIND-WORM'S STING, LIZARD'S LEG, AND OWLET'S WING. FOR A CHARM OF POWERFUL TROUBLE, LIKE A HELL-BROTH BOIL AND BABBLE. DOUBLE, DOUBLE, TOIL AND TROUBLE, FIRE BURN, AND CALDRON BUBBLE" WS

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Eeeeooooowwwwwwwww

Eeeeooooowwwwwwwww

 

When the Full Moon grows fat, a paralyzing fear sweeps through you. For snarls that sound like human words can be heard whining through the wind, and all around are the footprints of a monster whose hunger cannot be sated. As you are walking up the drive to your house you hear the rustler of bushes that surrounds you. You are almost at your door when out of the bushes jumps the beast. It savage jaws sink its fangs deeply into your flesh. You feel your blood draining from your body, and your limbs turning cold. As the fangs retract, and the beast run away you are left feeling strangely powerful ...Cycle of the Werewolf is here "Even a man who is pure in heart and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the wolf bane blooms and the Full Autumn Moon is bright." .

You have been bitten by a Cyber Werewolf, now it your turn to pass the curse of the cyber beast on to your friends to celebrate this Month Full Moon. Eeeeooooowwwwwwwww

 
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"FRIENDSHIP NEVER ENDS" SG-1996
"LET LOVE LEAD THE WAY" SG-2000
"THE PHOENIX SHALL RISE" SD
"EVEN A MAN WHO IS PURE IN HEART AND SAYS HIS PRAYERS BY NIGHT, MAY BECOME A WOLF WHEN THE WOLFBANE BLOOMS AND THE AUTUMN MOON IS BRIGHT." LT-1941
"FLESH OF MY FLESH; BLOOD OF MY BLOOD; KIN OF MY KIN WHEN SAY COME TO YOU, YOU SHALL CROSS LAND OR SEA TO DO MY BIDDING!" CVTD-1895
"FROM HELL'S HEART I STAB AT THEE, FOR HATE SAKE I SPIT MY LAST BREATH AT THEE" CA-1895 
"I HAVE BEEN, AND ALWAYS SHALL BE YOUR FRIEND" Spock 
"TRICK OR TREAT, TRICK OR TREAT CANDY IS DANDY BUT MURDER, OH MURDER, IS SO SWEET" CRL-2003 
"EYE OF NEWT, AND TOE OF FROG, WOOL OF BAT, AND TONGUE OF DOG ADDER'S FORK, BLIND-WORM'S STING, LIZARD'S LEG, AND OWLET'S WING. FOR A CHARM OF POWERFUL TROUBLE, LIKE A HELL-BROTH BOIL AND BABBLE. DOUBLE, DOUBLE, TOIL AND TROUBLE, FIRE BURN, AND CALDRON BUBBLE" WS

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New York Times Fact Checkers: Bed Rest is Work

Poor Mickey Kaus. He's the liberal intellectual (not an oxymoron -- he's the last known living "liberal intellectual") lefties on TV are usually stealing from, but now that this welfare reform maven has concluded that Romney's welfare ad is basically correct, liberals refuse to acknowledge his existence.

The non-Fox media have formed a solid front in denouncing Romney's welfare ad for daring to point out that Obama has gutted the work requirements of the 1996 welfare reform bill.

The New York Times claims that Romney's ad "falsely" charges Obama with eliminating work requirements. CNN rates the ad "false." Underemployed hack Howard Fineman says Romney's ad "is just flat out wrong on the facts" and "that every fair analyst, every fact checker" has said it's "just factually wrong."

When a campaign ad induces this much hysteria, you know Romney has struck gold. On closer examination, it turns out that by "every fair analyst," Fineman means a bunch of liberals quoting one another.

This is how the media's "fact checkers" operate when it comes to a Republican campaign ad. One not very well-informed person (or a heavily biased person) announces that Romney's welfare ad is false, and the rest of the herd quote him, without anyone ever bothering to examine the facts, much less citing anyone who knows what he's talking about.

It is striking that everyone who actually knows something about the 1996 welfare reform law says that Romney's ad is accurate.

One of the principal authors of the 1996 welfare reform, Robert Rector of the Heritage Foundation, and Douglas Besharov, who advised Hillary Clinton on the 1996 welfare reform law, say Romney's ad is accurate.

Andrew Grossman, also of Heritage, produced something the MSM "fact checkers" avoid: a specific and detailed explanation of how the new waivers will allow states to evade the work requirements.

Even Ron Haskins, one of the reform bill's authors now at the liberal Brookings Institution -- cited far and wide for "blasting" Romney's ad -- doesn't deny the Obama administration plans to waive the work requirements. He just says he supports waivers for "job training." That's not disputing the accuracy of Romney's ads.

A lot of Americans don't support waiving the work requirements, even for "job training." Mitt Romney thinks they should know that that's what Obama is doing.

And liberal Kaus -- whom liberal hacks are usually plagiarizing from -- has written a series of blog posts explaining in detail why the Times is wrong and Romney's ad is not incorrect. True, he says the ad is "oversimplified," but I think most people grasp that a 30-second ad will not provide the lush analytical detail of a Kausfiles blog posting.

We know liberals are reading Kausfiles; why aren't they stealing from him this time?

As Kaus explains, HHS secretary Kathleen Sebelius has interpreted the welfare law to allow her to waive work requirements "subject only to her opinion" as to what will serve the purposes of the law.

By viewing the work requirements as optional, subject to her waiver, Kaus says, the law has been "altered dramatically": "Old system: Congress writes the requirements, which are ... requirements. New system: Sebelius does what she wants -- but, hey, you can trust her!"

Sebelius is not a laid-back, third-way neoliberal who can be expected to interpret her waiver authority honestly. She's the doctrinaire feminist loon who "interpreted" Obamacare to require every insurance policy in the country to provide full coverage for birth control.

Kaus points out that the HHS memo announcing that Sebelius could allow waivers from work for "job training," "job search" or "pursuing a credential" unquestionably constitutes "a weakening of the work requirement." He adds that it's also "unfair to the poor suckers who just go to work without ever going on welfare -- they don't get subsidized while they're 'pursuing a credential.'"

In a follow-up post, Kaus pointed out that the Times' own editorial denouncing the Romney ad inadvertently revealed that Sebelius was proposing a lot more than "job search" exemptions from the work requirement.

Both the Times and an HHS memo cheerfully propose allowing hard-to-employ "families" -- which are never actual families, by the way -- to be "exempted from the work requirements for six months." Or more than six months. It's up to Sebelius: "Exempted."

The work requirements were one of two central features of the 1996 welfare reform law, along with time limits. They were heatedly opposed by the Democrats' left-wing base at the time, and have been met with massive resistance in some of our more Greece-like states ever since.

A 2005 report by the Government Accountability Office found that some states were accepting such non-work substitutes from welfare recipients as "bed rest," "personal journaling," "motivational reading," "exercise at home," "smoking cessation," "weight loss," and "helping a friend or relative with household tasks and errands."

(Under Sebelius, the work requirement will also be satisfied with "playing Xbox and eating Doritos.")

Many liberals, such as those who write for The New York Times, agree that "bed rest" and "personal journaling" should count as a work substitute for welfare recipients. But that's not what the law says. And it's certainly not what liberals tell us when they proclaim Romney's ad "false."

What "every fair analyst" and "every fact checker" means when they call Romney's ad "false" is: We, the media, don't consider exempting welfare recipients from the requirement of having to work "gutting" the work requirements.

"Thoroughly debunked" is the new liberal code for "blindingly accurate."

 
Ann Coulter

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Ann Coulter is a columnist and author of Guilty: Liberal Victims and Their Assault On America.
 
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Let's Agree to Win Michael Reagan Aug 30, 2012

Let's Agree to Win

We can win in November with ease.

All Mitt Romney and Republicans need to do is follow the GOP's script from the historic midterm elections of 2010.

In case you've forgotten, 2010 wasn't just a Republican wave. It was a tsunami. The GOP gained 63 seats in the House and six in the Senate, plus they picked up five governorships and a record 680 seats in state legislatures.

Republicans won in every corner of America for one important reason -- the election was about the economy, not social issues.

Independents and Democrats swung to the GOP because they had lost their jobs, lost their houses and had already lost hope in President Obama's ability to fix anything bigger than a parking ticket in Chicago.

The tea party deserves most of the credit for the conservative counterrevolution of 2010. It was their principles, passion and energy that rejuvenated the Republican Party, dethroned so many Democrats and scared the liberal media.

But it may surprise you that it was the tea party's use of Reaganesque campaign tactics that made so many Republican wins possible.

Despite its reputation, the tea party is not as ideologically stubborn or politically suicidal as the mainstream media like to think and pray it is. It knows that what unites Americans is the economy and what divides us are issues such as abortion.

Two years ago, the tea party realized that stressing economic issues was the key to uniting Republicans and attracting independent voters. It also knew it was important for Republicans to downplay divisive social issues like abortion, gay marriage and contraception.

For example, I'm a Reagan conservative, not a card-carrying tea partier. But I give a lot of speeches around the country on behalf of the tea party. Written into my contract with the agency that books my tea party speeches is this smart line: "Please don't talk about social issues."

That's the way my father Ronald Reagan thought. He always looked for areas of agreement. He asked, "Where do we agree? How can I bring people together in that agreement and move the ball forward? Let's not try to find the areas where we disagree."

We can't allow ourselves to get tied up in social issues. Look at what happened when one obscure congressman from Missouri said something insensitive and stupid about rape or pregnancy. The Democrats and their soul mates in the liberal media feasted on it and the Romney campaign had to spend a week denouncing Todd Akin instead of Obama's failed economic policies. That's exactly what Democrats and Obama want Republicans to talk about -- social issues.

I am a pro-life guy. I'll be speaking on pro-life issues this fall. But when Republicans insist on putting the abortion issue into their party platform, all they do is force Republicans to spend time in the media defending the GOP platform instead of debating the economy.

We should let the Catholic Church debate the social issues while we debate the economy and jobs.

Because the best thing to help women in this country is a job for their husband, a job for themselves and a job for their children who are graduating from college and aren't able to find one.

If we really want to help women, the economy is the area we need to debate. Because that's where we win.

Michael Reagan

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Michael Reagan, the eldest son of Ronald Reagan, is heard daily by over 5 million listeners via his nationally syndicated talk radio program, "The Michael Reagan Show."
 
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The Rich Don't Pay Enough? Walter E. Williams Aug 29, 2012

The Rich Don't Pay Enough?
 
If you listen to America's political hacks, mainstream media talking heads and their socialist allies, you can't help but reach the conclusion that the nation's tax burden is borne by the poor and middleclass while the rich get off scot-free.

Stephen Moore, senior economics writer for The Wall Street Journal, and I'm proud to say former GMU economics student, wrote "The U.S. Tax System: Who Really Pays?" in the Manhattan Institute's Issue 2012 (8/12). Let's see whether the rich are paying their "fair" share.

According to IRS 2007 data, the richest 1 percent of Americans earned 22 percent of national personal income but paid 40 percent of all personal income taxes. The top 5 percent earned 37 percent and paid 61 percent of personal income tax. The top 10 percent earned 48 percent and paid 71 percent of all personal income taxes. The bottom 50 percent earned 12 percent of personal income but paid just 3 percent of income tax revenues.

Some argue that these observations are misleading because there are other federal taxes the bottom 50 percenters pay such as Social Security and excise taxes. Moore presents data from the Tax Policy Center, run by the liberal Urban Institute and the Brookings Institution, that takes into account payroll and income taxes paid by different income groups. Because of the earned income tax credit, most of America's poor pay little or nothing. What the Tax Policy Center calls working class pay 3 percent of all federal taxes, middle class 11 percent, upper middle class 19 percent and wealthy 67 percent.

President Obama and the Democratic Party harp about tax fairness. Here's my fairness question to you: What standard of fairness dictates that the top 10 percent of income earners pay 71 percent of the federal income tax burden while 47 percent of Americans pay absolutely nothing?

President Obama and his political allies are fully aware of IRS data that shows who pays what. Their tax demagoguery knowingly exploits American ignorance about taxes. A complicit news media is only happy to assist. We might ask ourselves what's to be said about the decency of people who knowingly mislead the public about taxes. Of course, I might be all wrong, and true tax fairness dictates that the top 10 percent pay all federal income taxes.

Aside from the fairness issue, 47 percent of taxpayers having no federal income tax liability is dangerous for our nation. These people become natural constituents for big-spending, budget-wrecking, debt-creating politicians. After all, if you have no income tax liability, what do you care about either raising or lowering taxes? That might explain why the so-called Bush tax cuts were not more popular. If you're not paying income taxes, why should you be happy about an income tax cut? Instead, you might view tax cuts as a threat to various handout programs that nearly 50 percent of Americans enjoy.

Tax demagoguery is useful for politicians who prey on the politics of envy to get re-elected, but is it good for Americans? We're witnessing the disastrous effects of massive spending in Greece, Italy, Ireland, Portugal and other European countries where a greater number of people live off of government welfare programs than pay taxes. Government debt in Greece is 160 percent of gross domestic product, 120 percent in Italy, 104 in Ireland and 106 in Portugal.

Here's the question for us: Is the U.S. moving toward or away from the troubled EU nations? It turns out that our national debt to GDP ratio in the 1970s was 35 percent; now it's 106 percent of GDP. If you think we're immune from the economic chaos in some of the EU countries, you're whistling Dixie. And when economic chaos comes, whom do you think will be more affected by it: rich people or poor people?

Walter E. Williams

Walter E. Williams

Dr. Williams serves on the faculty of George Mason University as John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics and is the author of 'Race and Economics: How Much Can Be Blamed on Discrimination?' and 'Up from the Projects: An Autobiography.'
 
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"FRIENDSHIP NEVER ENDS" SG-1996
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The War on Drugs: Because Prohibition Worked So Well John Stossel Aug 29, 2012

The War on Drugs: Because Prohibition Worked So Well
 
Forty years ago, the United States locked up fewer than 200 of every 100,000 Americans. Then President Nixon declared war on drugs. Now we lock up more of our people than any other country -- more even than the authoritarian regimes in Russia and China.

A war on drugs -- on people, that is -- is unworthy of a country that claims to be free.

Unfortunately, this outrage probably won't be discussed in Tampa or Charlotte.

The media (including Fox News) run frightening stories about Mexican cocaine cartels and marijuana gangs. Few of my colleagues stop to think that this is a consequence of the war, that decriminalization would end the violence. There are no wine "cartels" or beer "gangs." No one "smuggles" liquor. Liquor dealers are called "businesses," not gangs, and they "ship" products instead of "smuggling" them. They settle disputes with lawyers rather than guns.

Everything can be abused, but that doesn't mean government can stop it. Government runs amok when it tries to protect us from ourselves.

Drug-related crime occurs because the drugs are available only through the artificially expensive black market. Drug users steal not because drugs drive them to steal. Our government says heroin and nicotine are similarly addictive, but no one robs convenience stores to get Marlboros. (That could change with confiscatory tobacco taxes.)

Are defenders of the drug war aware of the consequences? I don't think so.

John McWhorter, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, indicts the drug war for "destroying black America." McWhorter, by the way, is black.

McWhorter sees prohibition as the saboteur of black families. "Enduring prison time is seen as a badge of strength. It's regarded (with some justification) as an unjust punishment for selling people something they want. The ex-con is a hero rather than someone who went the wrong way."

He enumerates the positive results from ending prohibition. "No more gang wars over turf, no more kids shooting each other. ... Men get jobs, as they did in the old days, even in the worst ghettos, because they have to."

Would cheaper and freely available drugs bring their own catastrophe? "Our discomfort with the idea of heroin available at drugstores is similar to that of a Prohibitionist shuddering at the thought of bourbon at the corner store. We'll get over it."

The media tell us that some drugs are so powerful that one "hit" or "snort" will hook the user forever. But the government's own statistics disprove that. The National Institutes of Health found that 36 million Americans have tried crack. But only 12 percent have used it in the previous year, and fewer than 6 percent have used it in the previous month. If crack is so addictive, how did 88 percent of the users quit?

If drugs were legal, I suppose that at first more people would try them. But most would give them up. Eventually, drug use would diminish, as it has in Portugal, which decriminalized all drugs, and the Netherlands, which allows legal marijuana. More young men would find real jobs; police could focus on real crime.

When the public is this divided about an issue, it's best left to voluntary social pressure instead of legal enforcement. That's how most Americans decide whether to drink alcohol or go to church every week. Private voluntary social networks have their own ways of punishing bad behavior and send more nuanced messages about what's unacceptable. Government's one-size-fits-all rules don't improve on that.

"Once the principle is admitted that it is the duty of the government to protect the individual against his own foolishness," economist Ludwig von Mises wrote, "why not prevent him from reading bad books and bad plays ... ? The mischief done by bad ideologies is more pernicious ... than that done by narcotic drugs."

If we adults own our own bodies, we ought to get to control what we put in them. It's legitimate for government to protect me from reckless drivers and drunken airline pilots -- but not to protect me from myself.

John Stossel is host of "Stossel" on the Fox Business Network. He's the author of "No They Can't: Why Government Fails, but Individuals Succeed." To find out more about John Stossel, visit his site at >johnstossel.com. To read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at www.creators.com.

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