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Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Random Shots for Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Filed under: Random Shots — mikewb1971 @ 11:59 PM (23:59)

Today in history


  1. Posted to Facebook

    I scored 100% on the “Can You Find These US Cities On A Map?” quiz. How will you do?

  2. Posted to Facebook

    Orthomale-pattern ammosexual

  3. Posted to Facebook here, here, here, here, and here

    Just got a a call from someone claiming to be a volunteer for Planned Parenthood, saying that they were endorsing Tim Keller for mayor in the runoff election, and asking me to support Keller.

    When I asked how he got my name and number, he said it’s “public information.”

    NO, I will NOT be supporting Keller.

  4. Posted to Facebook

    If I can’t bring myself to vote for Steve Pearce, I’ll vote for Dumpster Fire instead of Grisham.

  5. Posted to Facebook here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here. here, and here

  6. Posted to Facebook here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here

    From the Los Alamos Monitor


  1. Adult Swim [as] from the Cartoon Network [CN] —
    1. Robot Chicken
    2. Mike Tyson Mysteries
    3. Aqua Teen Hunger Force
  2. GQThe Rules for Drinking Alone at a Bar by Tiffany Kelly
  3. Ace Books [Berkley Publishing Group] — Igniting the Reaches by David Drake
  4. Men of The WestThe Importance of November 4th by “Phantom”
  5. Viceland — Vice Essentials
  6. Dokken — Back for the Attack
  7. The Los Alamos MonitorNew Mexico Supreme Court ousts Aztec magistrate from office
  8. The Carlsbad Current-ArgusIPRA request revealed explicit emails on judge’s account by DeJanay Booth
  9. Rise Again AmericaMajor Arrest Rocks The Democrats – You’ll CHEER When You See Who Was Just Handcuffed
  10. Black Mirror

[CTB-NM] Two down, another pending

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , , — mikewb1971 @ 10:45 PM (22:45)

From the The Los Alamos Monitor

New Mexico Supreme Court ousts Aztec magistrate from office

SANTA FE (AP) — The New Mexico Supreme Court has removed Aztec Magistrate Court Judge Connie Johnston from office for misconduct that a state commission said included dishonesty, surreptitious recording of private conversations in the courthouse and abuse of her judicial power of contempt.

The high court’s order issued its order Monday following a hearing on the Judicial Standards Commission’s April 10 petition seeking removal of Johnston from office.

Her term was set to end in December of 2018.

The commission’s petition cited Johnston’s “dishonesty shown in committing various acts of willful misconduct and throughout the commission’s proceedings, including her false statements under oath as well as her concealment of surreptitious recordings that she was ordered to disclose but kept secret until midtrial when she perceived a personal advantage to disclosure.”

(The first judge to go since we started this campaign was Pamela Smith from Sierra County.)

From The Carlsbad Current-Argus

IPRA request revealed explicit emails on judge’s account by DeJanay Booth

It would seem that the New Mexico judicial system isn’t exempt from the Inspection of Public Records Act [IPRA].

The NM Foundation for Open Government [NMFOG] has the details on how to submit an IPRA request, including a sample request in PDF format.


  1. CTB-NM Main Page
  2. The CTBNM Facebook page — like it, share it, spread it around.
  3. Ballotpedia page about New Mexico Courts
  4. Ballotpedia page about New Mexico judicial elections
  5. National Council for State Courts — Judicial Selection in the States: New Mexico

Stupidity, Insanity and Evil in LP Land, Part the Nth

Filed under: Politics, Principles — Tags: , , , , , , — mikewb1971 @ 5:23 PM (17:23)

Recently, Governor Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown (D-KKKalifornia) signed a bill making it no longer a felony to knowingly infect someone with HIV [1].

Whatever happened to government being the defender of our lives, liberties, properties and pursuits of happiness[2]?

Instead, government is becoming more and more a plunderer and pillager of that which it’s supposed to protect[3].

What particularly irks me about this is that there are some who call themselves “libertarians” who prefer to let the State (in this case, Moonbeam Brown) not only define their ethics and morality, but then insist that they’re the ones abiding by the Zero Aggression Principle

I guess this is what you get when you lower your standards and insist that “everyone is a Libertarian, they just don’t know it yet.”


  1. Los Angeles Times — Knowingly exposing others to HIV will no longer be a felony in California by Patrick McGreevy

    CNN — California lowers penalty for knowingly exposing partners to HIV by Alaa Elassar and Laura Diaz-Zuniga

  2. The Declaration of Independence
  3. The Law, by Frédéric Bastiat

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