News 12/14/11 – Updated 2350 hrs. Eastern

Orange County Sheriff’s Department Memorial Highway


Play the video and look who the does the opening quote.













The Horrifying American Roots of Nazi Eugenics


“In 1904, the Carnegie Institution established a laboratory complex at Cold Spring Harbor on Long Island that stockpiled millions of index cards on ordinary Americans, as researchers carefully plotted the removal of families, bloodlines and whole peoples. From Cold Spring Harbor, eugenics advocates agitated in the legislatures of America, as well as the nation’s social service agencies and associations.”


We ended-up with a whole Connecticut section tonight…

New Haven Asks State to Allow Non-Citizens to Vote


Food Stamp Scandal Hints At Culture Of Cheating Among State Workers


Connecticut State Workers Accused of stealing storm aid for the poor


Malloy: state not to blame in scandal


Connecticut probes fraud in post-Irene food aid program


Conn. Gay Couple Accused of Molesting Adopted Sons


Connecticut couple charged with sexually assaulting adopted children
The $10 billion scientific wild goose chase you’re paying for
The next evolution in police accountability technology‏

5 Quick Thoughts on the White House Decision Not to Veto Detainee Measure




  1. http://www.nationalparkstraveler.com/2011/10/groups-urging-obama-administration-protect-greater-canyonlands-region-near-canyonlands-national-park8903

    Everything in this article including the comments screams of the green mafia. They call it a wasteland, but I would like to know what is underneath what we call barren. They already have 1.9 million acres but they want at least 1.4 million more acres under there control with stronger restrictions. Because ATVs can cover over 3.3 million acres. No coincidence in numbers there….

    Another quote: The SUWA petition asks the administration to “bar off-road vehicle use on 1,050 miles of ORV routes in sensitive habitat, in streams, wetlands, riparian areas, archaeological sites and other vulnerable areas until it can conduct further studies on the impacts of the activity and determine whether it is, in fact, a sustainable use.”

    The one comment got me mad saying that its everyone’s land not Utah’s. “…that land belongs to all the citizens of this country — not just the people of Utah and we want it protected.”