Soros has been reported to have given 45mm dollars over the last decade to seeing that Liberal Judges make the bench – the reason given was the resistance to passing liberal legislation, so they (Soros groups) gave lawyers money to assist judgeships to legislate from the bench.
The group denies the charges. They said they haven’t given that much money for that cause – which prompts me to surmise the judge candidates are a cheap bunch of sell outs and typically lawyer-ish.
Ahem; a bird in hand . . cheap money is still money.
I opened the day writing a bazillion words to share; then fed cattle; then began to write again – I’m positively verbose this morning; I was sharing my cool morning with dog puppy.
He planted his foot square in the middle of the key board and I’m reduced to a shade of myself. Words gone, thoughts fragmented, pictures destroyed and a ‘safe’ re-start. Dog puppy is sharing his morning with the walnut tree, talking with the coyotes.
Bits and pieces, then:
* Starting Friday, cities like Lawrence will be forced to lower their seat-belt fines to a level that will be easy for many motorists to ignore. (Google Feed of Kansas News snippets)
* The summer months are a time when families enjoy doing a variety of activities outdoors; however, it’s also when barbecue grills and fireworks cause devastating residential fires and serious injuries to children. (Google Feed of Kansas News snippets)
* WICHITA, KS- The Wichita Wingnuts shutout the El Paso Diablos 10-0 at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium on Monday night. Wingnuts’ starter Junior Guerra tossed eight innings of two-hit shutout ball to earn his second win of the year.(Google Feed of Kansas News snippets)
* By Tim Hrenchir The Topeka City Council, which initially planned to pick an interim city manager from between two candidates Monday evening, chose not to do so amid concerns about circumstances in which both were fired from past jobs. (Google Feed of Kansas News snippets)
AS YOU can see, government mixed into our lives, wingnuts and devils mixed with politics and government inaction – in action.
Then I dipped the toe in pure politics, again:
Dodge City Daily Globe – 9 hours ago
By Anonymous Gov. Sam Brownback announced Monday the grant recipients of the 2012 Federal Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant program.
Which is just about the money he took from the State Arts programs. We have a Soros Liberal set of Lawyers here in Kansas and most cases are decided among Lawyers before arriving at trial.
From the reaches,