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Barack Obama says American Alcohoilism is the Cause of Iraq War

June 30th, 2016

According to Democratic Presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama, American Alcohoilism is the root cause of the Iraq War, soon to be the Iran War. The immense, gluttonous, ridiculous over consumption of oil by the people of the United States of America is the root cause of the Iraq War said Senator Barack Obama of Illinois.

At the time that America went to war in Iraq Senator Barack Obama was a state legislator. He opposed the war in Iraq from the beginning unlike all of the other leading candidates from both parties who voted to go to war in Iraq proving that the color of your skin and long years of experience do not always translate into good foresight and wisdom. Yesterday Barack Obama addressed the DNC Winter Meeting. Here is a part of what Barack Obama said:

“We’ve got 130,000 Americans fighting halfway across the world in a war that should never have been waged, led by leaders who have no plan to end it. The decisions that we make in the next decade will determine the future of our children and the future of our grandchildren. The campaign, our mission is to figure out how we can do some good for this precious country and planet of ours. Our oil dependence is threatening not just our pocketbooks but the safety of our planet.”

Barack Obama blasted President Bush’s new war escalation and budget which asks for the American people to throw another trillion dollars after bad for the war in Iraq. This warmongering by George Bush is bankrupting health care, social security, education and creating a deficit which will lead to the bankruptcy of the country, leading to another great depression or runaway inflation.

The root cause of the Iraq War and the American dependence on other countries for oil is not a lack of domestic oil but an insane over consumption of oil by the people of the United States. This graph is worth a billion words and shows in one glance the amount of oil used every day by every country on the planet earth. Look at it, click on it NOW to understand the root cause of the Iraq War.

The people of the United States of America consume 20 million barrels of oil each and every day, far in excess of any other nation on Earth. For the past 5 million years before a hundred years ago our ancestors used zero oil. Russia and India use 2 million barrels of oil per day. Indonesia with nearly the same population as the U.S. uses 1 million barrels of oil per day. Laos and many other countries use 3 thousand barrels of oil per day.

Now look at this chart of exports and production of oil by every country on Earth. This chart shows that Saudi Arabia exports 9 million barrels of oil more per day than it imports. On the other end of the scale the United States the world’s largest polluter by far imports 12 million barrels of oil per day on top of the 5 million barrels per day we produce domestically in the United States. The Iraq desert is capable of producing 2 million barrels of oil per day at a cost of $ 1 per barrel and this is why the United States invaded Iraq, to steal their oil. Every one of the 1.3 billion Muslim people on Earth knows this. The Iraq War and Iran War exit strategy is for the people of the United States of America to over the next year cut back on our ridiculous over consumption of oil to 2 million barrels of oil per day.

Russia and China consider Iran to be their own backyard. They are both going to back Iran just like they backed tiny North Vietnam to defeat the United States, when the United States attacks Iran. Russia and Iran have half of the world’s oil and Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and Russian President Vladimir Putin just announced their own gas OPEC. Russia, the Soviet Union, the long time enemy of the United States is building the Iranian nuclear reactor in Busheher Iran and the Soviet Union just delivered $ 1 billion worth of advanced surface to air missiles to Iran to protect it.

Yesterday Senator Barack Obama said, “Our oil dependence is threatening not just our pocketbooks but the safety of the planet.” The American dependence upon foreign oil because of our ridiculous over consumption of oil every day caused the Iraq War, is leading to the Iran War and then to nuclear world war 3, the extinction of life one earth in nuclear world war 3 and its aftermath nuclear winter then ultraviolet summer aka Mad, Mutually Assured Destruction. Furthermore the burning by the United States every day of 20 million barrels of oil, the American Alcohoilism is a leading cause of the impending global warming catastrophe when Antarctica, Greenland and the Arctic ice continents melt and the earth’s one Ocean rises permanently 50 feet, permanently submerging the United States under 50 feet of water. The United States is like a codeine addict thinking that the solution to his problems is to break into a drug store and steal the pills.

The real solution to our war and global warming problems is to eliminate our consumption of oil completely. Our ancestors did fine without it for five million years. Why are SUV’s legal? Why isn’t it a law that every American must drive a Smart Car or an electric car or an ethanol car which runs on corn or a fuel cell car which runs on water and emits only water vapor or ride a bicycle? Think of the reduction in oil consumption. Think of the end of the need to colonize the Middle East. Ford Motors is now approaching bankruptcy and Japanese Toyota just reported record sales and profit because of the difference in their cars’ gas mileage. Isn’t it about time that we as American people took the fifth step at Alcohoilics Anonymous and admitted to God, to ourselves and to everyone else the exact nature of our wrongs, that we drank too much oil, and isn’t it about time that we as Americans stopped needlessly drinking so much oil? Our very existence and the continued existence of life on Earth depends upon it said Senator Barack Obama yesterday. It’s just plain common sense. We know how much war costs in dollars and lives lost. How much money will peace save the American taxpayers, who are being taxed out of their minds by the hidden George Bush War Tax, which just went up another trillion dollars yesterday?

Karen Fish is a writer currently living in Los Angeles California. The Temple of Love

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American Head Charge

April 24th, 2016

American Head Charge
Event on 2016-05-18 19:00:00
with Motograter, Everlasting God Stopper, Buried In Concrete, One in the Chamber
The members of American Head Charge slam home their unique brand of maniacally heavy music with a fury you can't deny. They make music as if their very lives depended on it, which indeed they do. Ask main-men Chad Hanks (guitar) and Martin Cock (vocals) what drives them to make sounds this impossibly raw and intense and the answer is simple: "If we weren't doing this, we'd be dead."The brazen and relentless all-out emotion of American Head Charge may be extreme, but it comes from a real commitment to a hard-earned, last-ditch choice: Chad and Martin met by chance (or fate, as they both say) at a treatment/rehab center in Minneapolis where they wrote their first song together, a project required of Chad in order to secure his release. While living in Los Angeles (he grew up in Hollywood), Chad had been in various bands, ranging from glam/metal to Ministry/Killing Joke-influenced industrial metal, and had reached the desperate point of selling all of his gear to feed his various vampire-like vices.Growing up in Washington, DC, and the San Francisco Bay area, Martin had started early down the same hard road, eventually dropping out of high school while living in Baltimore, where an "intervention" saved his life. That act (performed apparently by the same once-famous rock musician who had also, completely by coincidence, intervened on Chad's behalf) led Martin to that rehab in Minneapolis where he met his future bandmate. Martin had been playing guitar and singing since an early age but never had the confidence to use his talent until he met Chad (whom he thanks in the album's credits for showing him his self-potential). Following their release, bonded and determined, the pair threw their entire lives' energies into working on American Head Charge. Seizing the moment, they raised themselves out of their own personal hells and devoted themselves to creating a band with born of the raging instinct to survive–all the ingredients of a real American success story."Most singers are pretty much leashed to one way of doing things," says Martin. "They stay in the same tonality. I want to always expand, always push myself into someplace new." This statement applies not only to the amazing vocabulary of his voice, but equally to American Head Charge's sound as a whole. "Each of us is very much his own person, but we're really like a disciplined military unit when we play. Total catharsis." says Chad.They attack their music "leveling everything in sight," as Chad says–with the power of someone fighting for his life or sanity. American Head Charge is in it for the long run, and, judging by the fanatical, near-religious fury with which they throw themselves into their sound, there's absolutely no stopping them.American Head Charge has toured the globe with the likes of, System of a Down, Slipknot, Rammstein, Mudvayne, Slayer, Marilyn Manson, Ozzfest, Pledge of Allegiance Tour, and many others.

at Cafe Bourbon Street
2216 Summit St
Columbus, United States

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Spotlight: Celebrating the Department of American Art

April 12th, 2016

Spotlight: Celebrating the Department of American Art
Event on 2016-04-28 00:00:00

Jane Ann Dini, Associate Curator, The American Wing, MMA
Alyce Perry Englund, Assistant Curator of American Decorative Arts, The American Wing, MMA
Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, Anthony W. and Lulu C. Wang Curator of American Decorative Arts, The American Wing, MMA
Thayer Tolles, Marica F. Vilcek Curator of American Paintings and Sculpture, The American Wing, MMA

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This four-part series focuses on the Museum's Department of American Art and offers an intimate look at the treasures in the collection through the eyes of our curatorial staff. Each morning begins with a light breakfast in the Balcony Lounge, where you will have the opportunity to meet the curators from the department before venturing into the galleries with them to see works of art before the Museum opens to the public.

April 7
Dancing in the Galleries
Jane Dini, Associate Curator of American Paintings and Sculpture

The Art of American Dance is the first major traveling exhibition to explore visual art related to the many forms of American dance. This exhibition of some ninety paintings, prints, sculptures, and photographs examines dance-inspired works from the 1830s to the 1960s—from dance in Native American cultures to ballroom dancing, Jitterbug, swing, modern dance, and others. Artists did not merely represent dance; they were inspired by dance to think about how Americans move through space, share culture, and express themselves through movement.

April 14
Elegance and Ergonomics: American Furniture Design, 1620–1820
Alyce Perry Englund, Associate Curator of American Decorative Arts

Join Alyce Perry Englund on a tour through the Met's early American furniture collection. Visit the department's period rooms and explore the cultural and economic motivations behind furniture design from 1620 to 1820. Learn how fashion, technology, and politics shaped the furniture Americans used every day.

April 21
Artistic Furniture in the Gilded Age
Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, Anthony W. and Lulu C. Wang Curator of American Decorative Arts

This program focuses on two extraordinary commissions of the Gilded Age: the Warshom-Rockefeller House with interiors by George A. Schastey, and the William H. Vanderbilt House by Herter Brothers. Both houses, neither standing today, were executed in the 1880s and are exemplars of Gilded Age taste by that era's premier tastemakers and cabinetmakers. We will take a close look at the recently unveiled Worshom-Rockefeller Dressing Room as well as some other exciting new discoveries.

April 28
Presidents and Patriots in Marble and Bronze
Thayer Tolles, Marica F. Vilcek Curator of American Paintings and Sculpture

From Hiram Powers to Augustus Saint-Gaudens, sculptors created innovative likenesses of American statesmen and heroes, melding traditional conventions of portraiture with a flair for individuality. Portraits of famous sitters—from Franklin and Washington to Jackson and Lincoln—served the artists and their careers. The process of sculptural representation, posthumous and from life, real and imagined, in marble and bronze, will be explored.

Above: Augustus Saint-Gaudens (American, 1848–1907). Abraham Lincoln: The Man (Standing Lincoln) (detail), 1884–87; reduced 1910; cast 1911. Bronze; 40 1/2 x 16 1/2 x 30 1/4 in. (102.9 x 41.9 x 76.8 cm). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, Tyson Family Gift, in memory of Edouard and Ellen Muller; The Beatrice G. Warren and Leila W. Redstone, and Maria DeWitt Jesup Funds; Dorothy and Imre Cholnoky, David Schwartz Foundation Inc., Joanne and Warren Josephy, Annette de la Renta, Thomas H. and Diane DeMell Jacobsen Ph.D. Foundation, and Felicia Fund Inc. Gifts, 2012 (2012.14a, b)

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New York, United States

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Western Wednesday #12: American Forrest, Ella & Henry Warde

April 2nd, 2016

Western Wednesday #12: American Forrest, Ella & Henry Warde
Event on 2016-04-20 21:00:00


Tomboy presents… a TourMore Booking production
WESTERN WEDNESDAY – a night of true Country/ Western & Honky Tonk music

every 3rd Wednesday at The Crepe Place in Santa Cruz, CA
one touring band – one local band
plus "From the Fringes" Vintage Photo Booth (get yer old time pictures taken!)

( with cowboy boots 🙂
9 pm

Bands for 4/20:
An American Forrest – Western Americana from Enterprise, OR
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An American Forrest is a Western Americana songwriter born in Washington State and adopted by the high plains country of Eastern Oregon. Drawing as much from Georgia O’Keefe as Ramblin’ Jack, Forrest’s "boldy sung poetry” is populated by heroic women, holy horses, conifers, roses, and world-weary optimism. Yeehaw.

Ella & Henry Warde with their fine Country Band – Country from Santa Cruz, CA

Ella&Henry Warde with Their Fine Country Band performs 1950's style county and western music. Featuring songs of The Davis Sisters, Jean Shepard, Skeets McDonald, Bill Evans and many more.

at Crepe Place
1134 Soquel Avenue
Santa Cruz, United States

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American Philosophical Association

December 5th, 2015

American Philosophical Association
Occasion on 2016-01-06 00:00:00
American Philosophical Association is occurring on 06 Jan 2016 at Washington Convention Center Washington, usa. Its a premier event in Business Services industry.

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at Walter E. Washington Convention Center
801 Mount Vernon Put NW
Washington, United States

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American Association of Geriatric Psychiatry – AAGP

December 2nd, 2015

American Association of Geriatric Psychiatry – AAGP
Occasion on 2016-03-18 00:00:00

at Washington, District of Columbia, Usa

Washington, United States

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History of Art Course with Dr Colin Bailey: Great United states Art Collections (Lecture 2)

November 13th, 2015

History of Art Course with Dr Colin Bailey: Great American Art Collections (Lecture 2)
Occasion on 2015-12-03 00:00:00
Friends Only

History of Art Course with Dr Colin Bailey: Great United states Art Collections (Lecture 2)

  • Thursday, third December 2015, 10.30-12noon OR 12.30-2.00pm
  • £80 for pair of 8 lectures, Friends and guests

Academy (Scottish nationwide Gallery)

Lecture 2 of 8. £80 ticket cost includes all eight lectures. All lectures take place on Thursdays

In this number of eight lectures, Colin Bailey talks about the origin and foundation associated with great United states art collections, examining each gallery’s history and scrutinising its artistic features.

Lecture 1 (26 November)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Lecture 2 (3 December)
The Frick Collection while the Cloisters, New York

Lecture 3 (10 December)
The nationwide Gallery of Art, Washington

Lecture 4 (17 December)
The Clark Art Institute, Williamstown

Lecture 5 (14 January)
The Yale Center, Cambridge as well as the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard

Lecture 6 (21 January)
The Worcester Art Museum additionally the Wadsworth Athenaeum, Hartford

Lecture 7 (28 January)
The Museum of Fine Arts together with Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston

Lecture 8 (4 Febuary)
The Timken Museum, hillcrest and also the Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena

This event is only open to Friends regarding the National Galleries of Scotland. Friends membership entitles you to attend exclusive events and receive free entry to all our exhibitions.

Tickets available from the Friends officeSee all activities

at Nationwide Galleries of Scotland
The Mound
Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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Héros ou meurtrier, le movie “American Sniper” enflamme le web

February 8th, 2015

Abonnez-vous à notre chaîne sur YouTube : AMERICAN SNIPER – Chris Kyle, tireur d’élite de l’armée américaine abattu à son retour aux Ét…
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“Wister and much more!” gifts US Virtuosi

January 25th, 2015

“Wister and much more!” presents US Virtuosi
Event on 2015-02-15 15:00:00
United states Virtuosi consists of the members associated with Borowsky Family. In 2008, they presented pre-Olympic concerts in China, and also have performed in Washington, Baltimore, New York, and Germany, Poland, the Baltic States and Ukraine. General Admission – .00

at German Society of Pennsylvania
611 Spring Garden Street
Philadelphia, United States

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Elson Lecture: John Ferling, Whirlwind: a brief history of the American Revolution

January 2nd, 2015

Elson Lecture: John Ferling, Whirlwind: a brief history associated with the American Revolution
Event on 2015-05-04 20:00:00
Whirlwind is a fast-paced and scrupulously told one-volume history of the American Revolution. Balancing social and political concerns of this period and views of this average American revolutionary with a careful examination of the war it self, Ferling has crafted the perfect book for armchair army history buffs, a guide concerning the factors behind the American Revolution, the war that won it, as well as the meaning regarding the Revolution overall. Combining careful scholarship, arresting detail, and illustrative storytelling, Whirlwind is a distinctive and compelling addition to any collection of publications regarding American Revolution.

John Ferling is professor emeritus of history within University of West Georgia. He could be the author of numerous books on United states Revolutionary history, like the Ascent of George Washington; nearly a Miracle, an acclaimed army history of the War of Independence; and also the award-winning A Leap at nighttime. Their most recent guide on American history is Jefferson and Hamilton: The Rivalry That Forged a Nation.

Admission for all lectures is members, nonmembers, and absolve to AHC Insiders unless otherwise noted. Reservations are expected, please call 404.814.4150 or book tickets online at

Help: The Elson Lectures feature scholarly addresses by our nation’s prominent historians and generally are made possible with nice funding from Ambassador and Mrs. Edward Elson.

at Atlanta History Center
130 West Paces Ferry Path NW
Atlanta, United States

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