don evans

Los Angeles

don evans 1 week, 3 days ago on We get what we elect

"Until the electorate (US!) starts voting for candidates based on their qualifications rather than their party affiliation, we’re doomed to repeat the failed decisions of the past. For better or for worse, we get what we elect". Sounds like the last two Presidential elections doesn't it?

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don evans 1 week, 3 days ago on Town yard by park needs more work

Contact your neighbor Ted Paulk. I read a letter he wrote in the paper about the same thing. Maybe he will volunteer to help buy or install the chain link slats to hide the Town yard junk from view. He is really good at suggesting people donate more money for social community projects. As he has the same view that you do, I'm sure he will step up to help.

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don evans 1 week, 3 days ago on Federal judge overturns delay in deportations

This so called immigration deferment is all about eventually getting the right to vote for a potential 11 million new Democrats. More Obama Govt. promises of free handouts at your expense to garner their votes and retain power for the socialist libs Pathetic....They are not DREAMERS, they are illegal SKEEMERS! Get in line if you really want to be a citizen.

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don evans 1 week, 6 days ago on 217 The Question Is.... Playing God.

From NASA web site 2015> The Maunder Minimum

Early records of sunspots indicate that the Sun went through a period of inactivity in the late 17th century. Very few sunspots were seen on the Sun from about 1645 to 1715 (38 kb JPEG image). Although the observations were not as extensive as in later years, the Sun was in fact well observed during this time and this lack of sunspots is well documented. This period of solar inactivity also corresponds to a climatic period called the "Little Ice Age" when rivers that are normally ice-free froze and snow fields remained year-round at lower altitudes. There is evidence that the Sun has had similar periods of inactivity in the more distant past. The connection between solar activity and terrestrial climate is an area of on-going research.

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don evans 1 week, 6 days ago on 217 The Question Is.... Playing God.

Tom, I don't expect you to comment on this. This is about the third article "the sky is falling, do to man made global warming" penned in the recent past by the current Roundup editor. To me, it is rather obvious he has an agenda on this topic and is trying to persuade others. I am ok with that, he has a right to his opinion and chosen info. sources. I might suggest he look up the most recent scientific study as to why and how long our SUN is in the lowest sun spot activity in decades and what impact it has on current Earth climate temps along with Sun produced X-Rays.

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don evans 1 week, 6 days ago on Drought nightmare forecast

"During the Medieval period, temperatures remained about 2 degrees Fahrenheit above the long-term average for nearly 60 years." I know why! They did not have off the shelf "BEANO" at that time to control extreme human made flatulent gases causing the 60 year warming trend!

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don evans 2 weeks ago on Barton, Thorpe throw poor under the bus

According to Obama and his sycophant socialists, it's all the internets fault now. They want to restrict free political speech on the world wide web. Control what is said and they will become a good Islamic Sharia movement. (7th Century Laws!) Don't fight and kill the terrorists such as ISIS. Obama Admin. says we should give them jobs and a hand out. After that then they can cut it off. What lunacy!

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don evans 2 weeks, 4 days ago on A sickening silence about university plan

Frankly, it seems to me this has all been a pie in the sky debacle. Lot's of good intentions by people of means for this project. But no money to do it after all this time and all the promises. Then the egos came into play as to who's vision plans of the entire project should prevail. Do you remember all the "secret" donors being reported just waiting in line to plunk down their dough to get er started? I would like to see the alliance re-focus their energy on supporting and expanding our Payson Community College Campus. That is a more realistic goal than a new satellite ASU Campus. As for the Mayors connections to all of the aforementioned organizations, I leave that spider web intrigue for others to judge. I'd keep my can of Raid spray close by.

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