Stan Zuber

Stan Zuber 4 years, 2 months ago on AGNC files testimony against Xcel plans

Something that should be considered is that one of the reasons there is a abundances of gas is because of the fracking of a lot of old wells There is a lot of concern of contaminating drinking water because of the chemicals used in the process. So the question is are we contaminating the water to have cleaner air? Here are some articles. http://www.csmonitor.com/Environment/2010/0913/Fracking-for-natural-gas-EPA-hearings-bring-protests http://www.newsweek.com/2008/08/19/a-toxic-spew.html Something to think about.

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Stan Zuber 4 years, 2 months ago on Stosh

Something that should be considered is that one of the reasons there is a abundances of gas is because of the fracking of a lot of old wells There is a lot of concern of contaminating drinking water because of the chemicals used in the process. So the question is are we contaminating the water to have cleaner air? Here are some articles. http://www.csmonitor.com/Environment/... http://www.newsweek.com/2008/08/19/a-... Something to think about.

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Stan Zuber 4 years, 2 months ago on Stosh

Something that should be considered is that one of the reasons there is a abundances of gas is because of the fracking of a lot of old wells There is a lot of concern of contaminating drinking water because of the chemicals used in the process. So the question is are we contaminating the water to have cleaner air? Here are some articles. http://www.csmonitor.com/Environment/2010/0913/Fracking-for-natural-gas-EPA-hearings-bring-protests http://www.newsweek.com/2008/08/19/a-toxic-spew.html Something to think about.

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Stan Zuber 4 years, 3 months ago on Gary Hofmeister: Clueless in DC

So Gary where are you on the food chain? I believe you are the one that is clueless.

This country has been losing jobs for the last forty to fifty years. Mostly manufacturing. Millions of farmland acres taken out of production. Things are coming to a head.

As we sit here and point out and argue how ignorant the other side is, China sits there patiently and waits. The growing pains of establishing a world economy.

It appears we are becoming a divided nation. When is the last time both parties acknowledged that they really did something to benefit the whole country. The fact that we import so many of our goods and a lot of our food, we are losing our independence.

Just remember Gary, when the bottom of the food chain loses it's food source, you'll eventually lose yours.

Just some of the thoughts of this bottom feeder.

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Stan Zuber 4 years, 5 months ago on Charlie MacArthur: Appealing to a new generation

So what do you produce on a smart phone? Food, Steel, Clothing. Just hope there does not come a time when the boats stop coming.

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Stan Zuber 5 years, 1 month ago on Local grocery workers could strike

Jason K. and Kevin N., very well said.

A couple hundred years ago one of the greatest Unions was formed in the world, these United States. There was a time when this union provided a service for the good of it's members. Has that time come and gone? The reality is that most of our footwear, clothing, and steel are imported, to name a few. Goods that we use to produce ourselves and made the Union strong. I wonder why our Union leaders let that happen? You might look at your taxes as Union dues to help support the Union. Are the dues being dispersed without consideration of the views of the membership? We all belong to one of the greatest Unions in the world and it and it is only as strong as it's members. "United we stand, divided we fall"

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Stan Zuber 5 years, 3 months ago on Joe Meglen: About the Fed

"Revolutions are successful when an organized minority discovers that the majority is split, is indifferent, confused, without vigilance. Then it is revoluntionary tatics to confound and disconcert the majority by side issues, by speeches on humane subjects, by beating the drum of progress and liberalism. They play on humane distress, they create emergencies." "Prior to 1913 we prospered like no other Nation in History because the Congress issued and controlled our currency, as laid down by the Constitution. On December 23, 1913, Congress delegated this all-powerful privilege to a Private Corporation under the control of the International Financiers-known as the Federal Reserve System. President Wilson kept Congress in session until the F.R.A. was passed-two days before Christmas, when many had left for home and those remaining, anixious to go home."

Excerpts from " Conquest or Consent" by W. B. Vennard.

Thus the beginning of " The American Economic Revolution". Timing was everything. The rest is History.

It appears money has become the master not the servant.

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Stan Zuber 5 years, 3 months ago on Cyclist collides with car, has minor injuries

There is no doubt there are some incompetant drivers on both sides of this issue. My comment was made for the people that do care. Bottom line is sharing the road safely, and as it has been mentioned before, by having a little respect for each other.

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Stan Zuber 5 years, 3 months ago on Cyclist collides with car, has minor injuries

Maybe cyclists need to wear orange vests, like the hunters do. They are a slow moving vehicle for most part and and should have some warning signs, such as a tractor or Amish buggy going down the highway.

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Stan Zuber 5 years, 8 months ago on Sales tax collections dip 20 percent

In theory isn't the money in circulation like a closed loop, and when you start making profits from interest and didvidends, the money has to be created somtime to make up for profits. So now all we are doing is putting money into circulation to make up for all the profits that were made over the past years. The money has to come from somewhere.

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