7-2 to 7-6-2018

“SURVIVE JULY” with the ARMY NAVY MARINE STORE

Army Navy Marine Story, 5100 Crater Lake Avenue in Central Point is giving away a 500 dollar gift card end of this month. To enter, just drop by the store and enter with your name and they day’s “Survival Word”. I’ll announce the winner 7/30.

7/9 MONDAY’S Survival Word is “Sleeping Bag”

7/10 TUESDAY’S Survival Word is: “L.E.D. Lantern”

7/11 WEDNESDAY’S Survival Word is: “Poncho”

7/12 THURSDAY’S Survival Word is: “Compass”

7/13 FRIDAY’S Survival Word is: “Freeze Dried Food”


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FOOLISH GOV. TED WANTS THE DAMS BLOWN

Foolish former Gov Ted Kulongoski comments in the Klamath Herald and News in favor of Klamath River “Renewal”. I have tried several times to log in and comment on the paper’s site to no avail. I suspect they’re restricting opposition. Will keep trying, perhaps you could too? Here’s my comment:

“With all due respect, dam removal fans are total fools. The Klamath Basin Compact guarantees the beneficial use of this water. Even were Pacificorp to not relicense the dams for hydroelectric use, the beneficial uses for the water remain, as does the legal document. Hundreds of dips were made into the Irongate just this week to battle the Klamathon blaze. The Cascade Siskiyou National Monument would likely have burned without this beneficial use.

In addition, this policy consensus fraud of a process is an offense to true representative government. That policy consensus fraud, btw, facilitated by Governor Kitzhaber first, Gov. Kulongoski second, and continued through Gov. Kate Brown.

Meanwhile the Oregon DEQ is taking public comments for the 401 water permit required to blow J.C.

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