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We do not invest in destroying their rights and abilities to enjoy life liberties and happiness.
Born in Lake County Illinois moved to a suburb of Dallas in 1982. Studied Music and Economics in college. He joined the Navy in 1995. In 1999 he moved to Venice Beach California and played Jazz Guitar for 2 years then moved to Austin TX to start a band and a music production company with some high school friends.
John Wright was operating a Pedicab and became passionate about the environmental movement. John Wright funded his music production company riding pedicabs during the weekend. John produced 2 albums and 7 music videos within that year while also working 2 jobs.
John became passionate about pedi-cabbing in 2003. The city of Austin shutdown the Austin Music Network so John built 7 pedicabs and took them on the road follow large events like The Kentucky Derby and Marti Gras.
in 2005 a hurricane hit Fort Lauderdale and the tourist season was closed. The power was out in Fort Lauderdale for 17 days. During that time which he took job as a roofing project manager.
John learned and taught himself about roofing and roofing installation codes and city permits.
John had to learn on the fly how to interact with city inspectors, home owners and insurance people. John had to organize the insurance paperwork, city permits, inspections, materials and labor for each job.
In Fort Lauderdale there are 4 inspections that need to be scheduled before a roof can be considered completed.
This is where Johns life experiences will come in handy in his position as mayor.
John is used to working with people in order to get the job done.
Being Popular & Strength
So when we are trying to be popular we are being instructed on how to become popular or how to become influentially popular we destroy ourselves by acting unnaturally and differently than natural self, thus becoming less than ourselves, then we fail to be ourselves and fail.
Our strength and our associations lie regrettably in our being unpopular
The truth and where the truth leads we find that society is sick.
We find society riddled by qualities which are rightfully subjects of scandal
We find people who call themselves liberals in which through economic policies are greater mass murderers than Adolf hitler but it’s popular to be one.
In this society in which I follow the truth, by the path of truthfulness makes me unpopular.
But by making myself unpopular i service the truth,
I want to touch that aspect of our fellow human.
Touch that aspect of my adversaries which are also human.
Seek the truth which is the path to truthfulness
The truth will set you free
The truth which knows that it must combat the degrading impulse to be popular.
As a whore is popular.
One must fight the whore in oneself to face the dangerous pathway of truthfulness and virtue.
BY LL and JW
ONE INDIANA MAN PRACTICING THE 2nd AMENDMENT DID WHAT 400 UVLADE POLICE OFFICERS COULD NOT
The CSPOA was started because of the huge need to remind sheriffs and peace officers about their oath of office.
Throughout America, law enforcement agencies have a slogan that defines the primary function of the agency. The slogan, which has been used for decades, yet which has been removed from the door of many police agency patrol vehicles, is To Protect and Serve.
We need to take a long hard look at the meaning of this slogan, and make sure that our individual and collective philosophy as well as our individual attitude and behavior reflects this worthy objective.
Peace officers have a tougher job today than 20 years ago.
Society seems to be polarized into two camps. One loves the police, and the other hates us. It may be partially due to the fact that some peace officers, and some training modules seem to foster the belief that we are somehow “better” than the people we serve.
This can lead to a “badge heavy” attitude, and sometimes to the excessive use of force. This must not continue. We must eliminate any training or behavior that tarnishes the badge, including the “code of silence”.
Making its way to America, the Sheriff held his office as the highest law enforcement officer within that county jurisdiction.
This is very important, considering that most peace officers are “sworn officers”, who take oaths to support the state and U.S. Constitutions. The same oath being sworn by the sheriff when constitutionally elected to office is significant in the fact that he or she is the first line of defense in preserving the Constitutional rights of a citizen.
When we look at the Office of the Sheriff, combined with the historical powers held by that office, he stands as the upholder, defender, protector and servant to the liberties of the people within the county.
In addition to upholding the law, the sheriff is also charged with upholding the supreme law, the Constitution.
The law enforcement powers held by the sheriff supersede those of any agent, officer, elected official or employee from any level of government when in the jurisdiction of the county.
The vertical separation of powers in the Constitution makes it clear that the power of the sheriff even supersedes the powers of the President.
Furthermore, it is this responsibility that grants a Sheriff the Constitutional authority to check and balance all levels of government within the jurisdiction of the County.
And other peace officers, including police officers and others with arrest powers, join with the Sheriff and deputies, as Constitutional Guards, with one and the same mission: to protect life, liberty and property.
The Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association brings together We The People of the United States with peace officers and sheriffs, educating all in an effort to restore America peacefully for our posterity.
After speaking with the Sheriff Hooper I found out that he needs 83 employees at the city Jail. We have entirely to many code enforcement people writing tickets and bullying homeowner in Nueces County. Since the code enforcement people are so good at telling people what to do, I am going to give them a job at the city jail where they can tell people what to do all day. And since Sheriff Hooper says our jail isn't big enough I will be more than happy to work with him on getting a loan from the Texas Infrastructure bank and building another lodging for important criminals.
We live in a country that has a criminal government that is running it. To have a constitutional sheriff that supports the constitution is the key that protects us from federal agents acting outside of the law
Americans don't wait for it to rain in the desert, We bring clean water where we need it most
Texas was built by the CCC in 1933 which created 600 lakes
There is not another city in Texas that has the refinery experience that Corpus Christi does.
God gave man dominion over the earth and animals. It is our job to create as healthy of planet as possible and that means clean water. What plants and animals don't like clean water
Corpus Christi has more opportunity than any other city in Texas to dominate this new century. With the influx of people moving to Texas. This puts Corpus Christi in pole position for industry
The rapidly growing desalination industry produces water for drinking and for agriculture in the world’s arid coastal regions. But it leaves behind as a waste product a lot of highly concentrated brine, which is usually disposed of by dumping it back into the sea, a process that requires costly pumping systems and that must be managed carefully to prevent damage to marine ecosystems. Now, engineers at MIT say they have found a better way.
In a new study, they show that through a fairly simple process the waste material can be converted into useful chemicals — including ones that can make the desalination process itself more efficient.
The approach can be used to produce sodium hydroxide, among other products. Otherwise known as caustic soda, sodium hydroxide can be used to pretreat seawater going into the desalination plant. This changes the acidity of the water, which helps to prevent fouling of the membranes used to filter out the salty water — a major cause of interruptions and failures in typical reverse osmosis desalination plants.
The concept is described today in the journal Nature Catalysis and in two other papers by MIT research scientist Amit Kumar, professor of mechanical engineering John. H. Lienhard V, and several others. Lienhard is the Jameel Professor of Water and Food and the director of the Abdul Latif Jameel Water and Food Systems Lab.
“The desalination industry itself uses quite a lot of it,” Kumar says of sodium hydroxide. “They’re buying it, spending money on it. So if you can make it in situ at the plant, that could be a big advantage.” The amount needed in the plants themselves is far less than the total that could be produced from the brine, so there is also potential for it to be a saleable product.
Sodium hydroxide is not the only product that can be made from the waste brine: Another important chemical used by desalination plants and many other industrial processes is hydrochloric acid, which can also easily be made on site from the waste brine using established chemical processing methods. The chemical can be used for cleaning parts of the desalination plant, but is also widely used in chemical production and as a source of hydrogen.
Currently, the world produces more than 100 billion liters (about 27 billion gallons) a day of water from desalination, which leaves a similar volume of concentrated brine. Much of that is pumped back out to sea, and current regulations require costly outfall systems to ensure adequate dilution of the salts. Converting the brine can thus be both economically and ecologically beneficial, especially as desalination continues to grow rapidly around the world. “Environmentally safe discharge of brine is manageable with current technology, but it’s much better to recover resources from the brine and reduce the amount of brine released,” Lienhard says.
The method of converting the brine into useful products uses well-known and standard chemical processes, including initial nanofiltration to remove undesirable compounds, followed by one or more electrodialysis stages to produce the desired end product. While the processes being suggested are not new, the researchers have analyzed the potential for production of useful chemicals from brine and proposed a specific combination of products and chemical processes that could be turned into commercial operations to enhance the economic viability of the desalination process, while diminishing its environmental impact.
“This very concentrated brine has to be handled carefully to protect life in the ocean, and it’s a resource waste, and it costs energy to pump it back out to sea,” so turning it into a useful commodity is a win-win, Kumar says. And sodium hydroxide is such a ubiquitous chemical that “every lab at MIT has some,” he says, so finding markets for it should not be difficult.
The researchers have discussed the concept with companies that may be interested in the next step of building a prototype plant to help work out the real-world economics of the process. “One big challenge is cost — both electricity cost and equipment cost,” at this stage, Kumar says.
The team also continues to look at the possibility of extracting other, lower-concentration materials from the brine stream, he says, including various metals and other chemicals, which could make the brine processing an even more economically viable undertaking.
“One aspect that was mentioned … and strongly resonated with me was the proposal for such technologies to support more ‘localized’ or ‘decentralized’ production of these chemicals at the point-of-use,” says Jurg Keller, a professor of water management at the University of Queensland in Australia, who was not involved in this work. “This could have some major energy and cost benefits, since the up-concentration and transport of these chemicals often adds more cost and even higher energy demand than the actual production of these at the concentrations that are typically used.”
The research team also included MIT postdoc Katherine Phillips and undergraduate Janny Cai, and Uwe Schroder at the University of Braunschweig, in Germany. The work was supported by Cadagua, a subsidiary of Ferrovial, through the MIT Energy Initiative.
‘Green’ Energy Myth Exposed: Subsidized Wind & Solar Scam Built On Perpetual Lies
The wind and solar industries were founded on myth, built on lies and run on subsidies. The only thing they are capable of producing on a consistent basis are Pinocchio-style whoppers, starting with the notion that wind and solar power are actually good for the environment.
Breached promises about delivering power on demand are met with efforts to shift the blame and more lies about how their failure to do so was caused by a lack of investment in mythical renewable energy storage.
Any challenge about the millions of tonnes of toxic wind turbine blades being dumped in landfills is met with a couldn’t care less shrug, and you’ll get much the same response when it comes to the destruction of forests and wilderness to make way for more solar panels and wind turbines, and the wind industry’s wholesale slaughter of birds and bats.
The Library can hire or train individuals teach OSHA classes to raise the job skills of the public.
The Library can hire or train people to work in the Library that are certified to train individuals in PC or Mac softwares and codes to help people in society raise their job skills.
The Library is a community building that can be used for multi uses. We have a problem with single mothers who need help raising their children while they are working. The library can adapt the needs of society
EMS Services are 12000 dollars in some areas of the state. We love our friends family and neighbors and would not want to take advantage of them financially when they are in difficult times like having to ride in an ambulance. Medical bills are bankrupting people unfairly.
Due to government shutting down our economy for Covid-19 bus
There is no specific provision in the United States Constitution for Executive Orders. However, Section 1 of Article II (the Executive Power) is generally viewed as granting authority for such orders. Section 1 says simply: “The Executive Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America.” Sections 3 and 4 of Article II provide potential limitations on executive action (including Executive Orders) in stating that the President shall “take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed” and in providing for impeachment and removal of the President in cases where the President is convicted of “Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors."
A staggering total of 109 soldiers assigned to Fort Bragg died in 2020 and 2021. Dozens have lost their lives there to drug overdoses.
underage drinking remains a persistent problem. According to the 2020 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) report, about 6.03 million Americans between the ages of 12 and 20 report current alcohol consumption; this represents 16% of this age group for whom alcohol consumption is illegal. Among 12-20 year olds, reported rates of past month consumption, binge drinking, and heavy alcohol consumption have declined steadily from 2011 to 2020, reaching historical low levels in 2020.
Increasingly, anxious and depressed teens are using multiple, powerful psychiatric drugs, many of them untested in adolescents or for use in tandem.
Effects of short-term useImpaired short-term memory, making it difficult to learn and to retain informationImpaired motor coordination, interfering with driving skills and increasing the risk of injuriesAltered judgment, increasing the risk of sexual behaviors that facilitate the transmission of sexually transmitted diseasesIn high doses, paranoia and psychosis
1. A Fall in Research and Learning Capabilities
3. Poor Language Use and Declining Creative Writing Skills
Social media reduces the communication skills of students addicted to social media, a recent research concluded.
5. Getting Low Grades
6. Mental Health Risks
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)Trusted Source, the first wave of the opioid crisis — which kills an average of 130 people daily in the United States — first started in the 1990s when doctors began prescribing more opioids.
The next wave was heroin, which pill-addicted opioid users turned to because it was cheaper. The latest wave is fentanyl, which Insys executives pushed company representatives to promote in predominantly rural counties across the United States.
Two Pennsylvania judges who orchestrated a scheme to send children to for-profit jails in exchange for kickbacks were ordered to pay more than $200 million to hundreds of children who fell victim to their crimes.
In order secure the our future we need to culture and protect those children who are going to run our country. Just because it is profitable for the stockholders to invest in companies who destroy a 100000 lives in our country a year selling and prescribing unnecessary drugs doesn't mean that it is a good investment. In order to progress in a positive manner we need to invest in long term and positive programs . Cheap education, Infrastructure, energy and healthcare. Not a gambling economy based on war, drug use and high taxes
The Corpus Christi High School Sailing Team
High School Pilot Ground Aviation Program
With a pilot shortage we need pilots to fly planes
Corpus has a long history of pilot training
Corpus High school Aviation program
Men and Women who were taught how to fly in Corpus Christi
Corpus Christi has a rich history with the space program
It starts with a good education
The best way to defeat drugs is to promote a passionate hobby
Don't let the insurance companies bankrupt you morally and physically
The United States had the greatest Healthcare system in the world from 1946 to 1973
We can find a way.
Corpus Christi has the best Mexican Food in the state. Lets invite other Mexican Restaurants from cities near and far to compete in a cook off.
Friday Night Saturday and Sunday we can close a small area of the downtown and enjoy the fruits of Corpus Christi.
Panel of independently selected food judges for the taste of Corpus Christi.
To see who has the best taco in town or the state.
I want to know who has the best taco in town. We can invite restaurants from across the state and country to compete
If we can get people to volunteer once a month or a so we can show movies in the park in the spring and fall people can donate to cause
Corpus Christi can offer concerts in the park to raise money for park maintenance while increasing tourism
people who can't fly.
1. COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)
3. Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
4. An infectious disease
5. Recent surgeries
it is so much more comfortable and spacious than driving or flying. Crammed into a metal tube in the sky with a few hundred other people with recycled air and limited leg room is my idea of hell.
On a train there are no seat belts – you can get up, walk along the carriages and often alight at stations along the way for a stroll. In some more luxurious trains there are parlour cars, dining cars and even cinemas available during your journey.
The Homeless Population in Corpus Christi has gotten out of control and is spread to almost every corner and ave downtown.
Non-Violent homeless Citizens can rebuild their dignity and employment skills providing a service to the community working with their hands and animals on the farm.
We have to prepared for inflation of food costs along broken supply lines. Listening to the experts has destroyed our economy.
Man has a symbiotic relation with the planet and the animals. God gave man dominion over the wildlife and the earth. It is a healthy relationship that has been broken by modern lifestyles.
We are masters of our domain. We can do anything that we put our minds to. Man creates himself through work. Man is not the only animal that labors, but man is the only animal that improves his labor with practice.
We can protect ourselves from the hordes of Washington and Austin by working together. Community Farming will clean our city streets of the non-violent homeless while offering healthy living alternatives away from the drugs and violence of the city streets.
Our food lines are being attacked by Environmentalists, Free Trade, Inflation and our politicians with their investors who want to force us to change our diet.
Stop them from stealing from you
That is why we need a sheriff that is going to follow the constitution and not executive orders from a dictator in Washington DC
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