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October 14, 2021

Oct 14 13:57

Crazy: Massive $3.5 trillion spending bill Pelosi, Biden trying to ram down America’s throat contains a billion taxpayer dollars for pathetic media that lies about everything

as a payoff to key Democrat constituencies so as to buy off their loyalty for years to come. -- That includes the garbage “mainstream media” too, apparently. -- Tucked inside the bill, which is several thousand pages long (legislation should never be that lengthy and complex) is a provision that would provide more than a billion dollars to media outlets, ostensibly as part of COVID ‘relief.’

Oct 14 13:56

The world's first working nuclear fusion reactor could be coming soon near your town: Five UK sites including Ardeer, Moorside and Severn Edge have been shortlisted for a plant – with operations as early as 2040

The UK's first prototype fusion power plant is a step closer to reality today, after five sites were shortlisted as the potential home for the pioneering technology.

Ardeer in North Ayrshire, Goole in Yorkshire, Moorside in Cumbria, Ratcliffe-on-Soar in Nottinghamshire and Severn Edge in Gloucestershire are all vying to be the location for what could be the world's first working nuclear fusion reactor. The UK's first prototype fusion power plant is a step closer to reality today, after five sites were shortlisted as the potential home for the pioneering technology.

Ardeer in North Ayrshire, Goole in Yorkshire, Moorside in Cumbria, Ratcliffe-on-Soar in Nottinghamshire and Severn Edge in Gloucestershire are all vying to be the location for what could be the world's first working nuclear fusion reactor.

Oct 14 13:55

Pakistan airline axes Afghanistan flights after 'heavy-handed' Taliban 'changed flight permissions last-minute' and an executive was held at gunpoint for 'helping people flee the country'

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has suspended flights to Kabul after 'heavy-handed' interference by the Taliban.

The airline said on Thursday that ever since the new Taliban government was formed, its staff in Kabul had faced last-minute changes in regulations and flight permissions and intimidating behaviour from

Oct 14 13:47

Putin Warns The World That Biden Is Deliberately Attempting To Destroy The US Dollar

Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned 329 million Americans that their government is aiming to destroy the US dollar deliberately and deceptively.

“It seems to me that the United States is making a very big mistake by using the dollar as a sanctions instrument… by preventing payment in dollars for the sanctioned products,” Putin told CNBC’s Hadley Gamble on Wednesday.

Countries facing US sanctions, such as Russia, “have no choice but to switch to settlements in other currencies,” he said.



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Oct 14 13:46

About the whole Evergrande thing

Oct 14 13:44

WATCH: Joe Rogan TRASHES CNN Straight To Their Face — ‘Your Fake News Network LIES to Americans!’

Dr. Sanjay Gupta, a CNN “reporter,” was stunned into silence on Wednesday when Joe Rogan confronted him with CNN’s blatant practice of repeatedly lying to millions of Americans.

During Wednesday’s “Joe Rogan Experience,” Rogan first argued that some people who took two doses of the COVID injection still died with the coronavirus, suggesting the vaccine may not be as effective as Fauci and others claim.

Oct 14 13:41

WATCH: Pilots Speak Out Against Fascist Vaccine Mandates — ‘We Will Not Comply.. And The Economy Will Suffer!’

Two more U.S. pilots have blown the whistle against airlines attempting to roll out vaccine mandates in the wake of Southwest airlines cancelling thousands of flights.

Speaking with Tucker Carlson Tuesday night, Joshua Yoder, commercial pilot and co-founder of US Freedom Flyers, warned “I am not going to take a mandate. I am not going to be coerced into doing something I don’t believe in.”

“I believe in freedom,” he added. “I’m here to support the freedom of my fellow employees and all people across this country.”



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Oct 14 13:37

Black Mirror's killer robot dogs become a reality: Terrifying four-legged bot with a 6.5mm SNIPER RIFLE on its back is unveiled at the US Army trade show and can precisely fire at targets 3/4 of a mile away

A robot dog design armed with a 6.5 mm Creedmoor sniper rifle capable of precisely hitting targets from 3,940 feet away has been unveiled at the US Army trade show.

Oct 14 13:35

Meet the Nebraska Parents Who Exposed Sex-Ed Activists

Jason Martinez, a nurse anesthetist in Nebraska, has work in two hours. It is 4 a.m. and Martinez is sifting through hundreds of pages of government documents he obtained through a public information request. His wife is worried about his sleep, that is until he starts reading aloud the messages, the snide remarks state bureaucrats and their activist allies made as they wrote a curriculum that would teach the couple's daughters, aged 13 and 15, about transgender hormone therapy and the merits of abortion. Mrs. Martinez was no longer worried about her husband, but her children.

"I would have never dreamt a year ago that I would be caught up in something like this," Jason Martinez told the Washington Free Beacon. "It’s terrible. It’s demoralizing. It’s taking away morality for an ultimate agenda."

Oct 14 13:28

As The Global Energy Crisis Explodes, They Are Warning That Heating Bills Will Be Extremely Painful This Winter

Whether you like it or not, a major global energy crisis is here, and it is going to hit all of us right in the wallet.  Today, markets for energy are truly global, and that means that price spikes in one part of the planet will inevitably filter elsewhere.  For example, a lot of natural gas that is produced in the United States is now heading for Europe, and that is pushing up prices here.  As energy supplies get tighter and tighter, power bills are going to go higher and higher.  In fact, the U.S. government is now warning American citizens to expect heating bills to rise more than 50 percent this winter.  Needless to say, a lot of families out there simply cannot afford that.



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Oct 14 13:24

FBI Uniform Crime Report Should Have Everyone Up In Arms

Right. Well, the alarming number of increase in murders has not escaped the watchful eyes of the Citizen’s Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. From a recent press release we’re confronted with more startling statistics. Not only are they noting the same uniform rise in murder, they do break down the number of murders due to firearms. This is relevant as Washington had in recent years implemented more so-called “gun control” laws which presumably had no effect on murders.

Oct 14 13:12

Russia holds world’s fifth-largest gold & foreign currency reserves

Russia has reached a historic record in international reserves, ranking fifth in the world after China, Japan, Switzerland and India, the Accounts Chamber said after an audit of the country’s gold and foreign exchange holdings.

“The volume of Russia's international reserves exceeded $618.2 billion [as of September 1]. This is a historic record – during the entire existence of the Bank of Russia, such indicators have not been achieved. Since the beginning of 2015, the amount of reserves has grown by 235 billion US dollars,” the Accounts Chamber said in its recent report.

The agency notes that in recent years Russia has noticeably increased the share of gold in its international reserves – from 7.8% at the beginning of 2014 to 23.3% by December 2020.

Oct 14 13:12

Navy to begin kicking sailors out who refuse COVID vaccine without waivers

The U.S. Navy announced on Thursday it will begin halting reenlistments and transfer orders for sailors currently refusing the COVID-19 vaccines and active-duty sailors will have up until November 14 to either have an approved or pending vaccine exemption request or their second COVID-19 vaccine dose or they will face being discharged from the service. Sailors in the Navy Reserves have until December 14 to receive their second vaccine dose.

Oct 14 13:11

A teen sex predator in a skirt gaming a school’s transgender policy in order to rape a fellow student is every parent’s nightmare

Woke schools implementing ‘guidance’ on trans pupils literally opens the bathroom door to manipulative potential predators, while teachers colluding to hide a child's gender worries from their parents is a gross breach of trust.
As a parent of schoolkids, I’m all up for pastoral care, a bit of safeguarding, wellbeing and welfare protection but when that oversteps the mark into teachers and administrators deceiving mums and dads about what’s going on with their children, I’m sorry, that’s too much.

If that deception, however, also involves the cover-up of children being raped by their fellow pupils as a result of a woke school administration’s gender policy, then that would take most parents’ anger to a whole new level.


Oct 14 13:11

U.K. Ad Campaign Features Young Boy Wearing Dress, Makeup, Jewelry, And Women’s Shoes

A new ad campaign from an U.K. based company features a young boy wearing makeup, jewelry, women’s shoes, and a dress he took from his mother’s closet.

The ad, for the John Lewis company, launched this week and is part of a

Oct 14 13:11

Biden’s Chief Of Staff Agrees: Inflation A ‘High-Class Problem’

On Wednesday night, President Biden’s White House Chief of Staff, Ron Klain, apparently sympathetic with the infamous quote attributed to 18th century French Queen Marie Antoinette, “Let them eat cake” regarding starving plebeians, agreed that the current inflation was a “high-class problem.”

Oct 14 13:10

Watch: Liberal Media Abandoning Biden As Polls Plummet

It seems that Democrats are increasingly nervous about the fate of the Biden presidency. Previous conventional wisdom—that Biden had simply hit a rough patch—is being replaced by a more anguished debate.

Each poll has been dutifully reported, each setback adequately chronicled. But there was no sense of critical mass, as with yesterday’s Politico headline:

"‘The President’s Decline is Alarming’: Biden Trapped in Coronavirus Malaise."

Biden’s problem branches out farther and deeper than the press, but his unusually low media profile isn’t helping him. The president grants few interviews, takes questions a couple of times a week, and seems uninterested in driving a consistent media message. So the story becomes about vaccine mandate battles or Hill gridlock or Haitian migrants, with Biden and his team

playing catch up or, worse, looking like bystanders.

Oct 14 13:10

A Last-Minute Nuke to Shatter an Incoming Asteroid Could Actually Work, Study Suggests

Encouraging results from a computer simulation point to the use of nuclear devices as a viable defense against Earth-threatening asteroids that suddenly appear out of the blue.

The Center for Near Earth Object Studies at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory runs an asteroid impact simulation once every two years. The exercise from earlier this year was unique in that the fictional threatening asteroid, dubbed “2021 PDC,” was detected just six months before its scheduled meeting with Earth’s surface. It was deemed an insufficient amount of time to deploy a mitigation strategy, so the participants focused primarily on disaster response. It served as a rude reminder of our vulnerability to these undiscovered asteroids.


Oct 14 12:48

Inflation to Rise into 2034?


Oct 14 12:37

Thanksgiving travel chaos looms as TSA faces vaccine mandate deadline that could force it to fire anyone unvaccinated - currently 40% of its workers - days before holiday

Traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday may become even more chaotic this year, as about 40 percent of TSA workers face potential termination for refusing to get the coronavirus vaccine.

Oct 14 12:34

NYC antique dealer admits to selling thousands of fakes for THREE DECADES by mass producing phony pieces in offices behind his showroom and hiring a company to hide reviews on Google

A New York City antique dealer admitted to selling thousands of fakes for three decades, mass producing phony specimens in offices behind his midtown showroom and hiring a company to hide Google reviews.


Oct 14 12:34

Global supply chain crisis haunts Halloween: Shelves are already stripped bare leaving shoppers scrambling for costumes as holiday chaos becomes reality

Halloween is under threat from supply chain chaos as 'distraught' shoppers are already battling empty shelves and canceled orders weeks ahead of the festivities.

Oct 14 12:16

Boeing deals with NEW defect on troubled 787 Dreamliner: Admits titanium parts on new planes are too weak and they still have 106 planes worth $25B unsold

Boeing is dealing with an alarming new defect on its problem-plagued 787 Dreamliner, which involves certain titanium parts that are weaker than they should be, according to a new report.

Oct 14 12:14

Reality Bites (Cartoon)

Oct 14 12:14

Trump hypes new memoir by Mark Meadows as an 'incredible Christmas present' as his former chief faces January 6 committee deposition deadline about his push for state officials to probe 'election fraud'

President Donald Trump released a lengthy and glowing statement Wednesday night about the forthcoming memoir by his former chief of staff Mark Meadows – just before a deadline imposed by the Jan. 6th committee for Meadows and other witnesses to appear.


Oct 14 12:12

Soaring fertilizer prices expected to make food inflation even worse

Fertilizer prices are hitting record highs in North America, which will likely cause food inflation to rise even higher.

Oct 14 12:10

Attempted murder? Texas hospital dehumanizes teenage covid patient, puts “equipment cover” plastic bag over her head

An emergency room in Odessa, Tex., is under fire after it was caught trying to suffocate a patient who came there with breathing problems and a suspected Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) infection.

Oct 14 12:07

Kyrsten Sinema Flees To Europe On A Fundraising Trip With Biden's Budget In Limbo And The White House 'Not Happy' About What She Wants In The Multi-Trillion Dollar Reconciliation Package

Moderate Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema is in Europe this week fundraising as President Joe Biden's multi-trillion reconciliation bill remains in limbo.

Oct 14 12:05

Steve Bannon faces criminal charges from the January 6 committee after his lawyer confirmed he would NOT be testifying today and is invoking executive privilege

Steve Bannon insisted he would not testify before the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot until the matter of former President Trump's executive privilege is settled.



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Oct 14 12:03

Pilot calls on Americans to push back against vaccine mandates and fight for their health freedom

Many public and private entities have issued mandates requiring employees to get the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine. These mandates, however, infringe on people’s freedoms and set a dangerous precedent for tyranny. Thus, a pilot has called on Americans to push back against these vaccine mandates and stand up for health freedom.


Oct 14 12:02

Biden's Chief of Staff Ron Klain promotes tweet calling inflation and the supply chain chaos 'high class problems': GOP tears into 'clueless' and 'tone-deaf' White House for response to growing crises

Ronald Klain claimed Wednesday evening that the current U.S. economic issues, including inflation and supply chain delays, are just 'high class problems'.

Oct 14 12:01

Cut military spending! (Picture)

Oct 14 12:00

Vitamin D could end covid



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Oct 14 12:00

Marine Le Pen says she will TEAR DOWN wind turbines, scrap subsidies for renewables and focus on nuclear energy if elected president

France's far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has said that she will tear down the country's wind turbine, end all subsidies for renewable energy, and focus on nuclear energy if elected president.

Oct 14 11:59

Saturn's moon Titan has San Andreas Fault-like tectonic plates which could be a precursor that the moon is ripe to host LIFE, researchers claim

Scientists believe Saturn's moon Titan has a fault similar to California's San Andreas Fault and this tectonic action is most likely active.

If this is accurate, it could break up the icy surface and be a precursor to hosting life, a new study suggests.

Oct 14 11:58

The world's first working nuclear fusion reactor could be coming soon near your town: Five UK sites including Ardeer, Moorside and Severn Edge have been shortlisted for a plant – with operations as early as 2040

The UK's first prototype fusion power plant is a step closer to reality today, after five sites were shortlisted as the potential home for the pioneering technology.

Oct 14 11:53

Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos defends Dave Chapelle's stand up special AGAIN from accusations of transphobia and tells staff that 'content on screen doesn't translate to real-world harm'

Netflix boss Ted Sarandos has come to the defense of Dave Chappelle's 'The Closer' stand-up special against a woke mob trying to cancel it, telling his staff that 'content on screen doesn't translate to real-world harm'.

Oct 14 11:52

Trading Standards order bakery to stop decorating cakes with 'illegal' SPRINKLES imported from the US - after a single complaint (16 Pics)


Oct 14 11:44

The rise of the middle class migration: South American families are flying to Mexico, getting a cab and crossing illegally into US, Yuma border chief claims

While hundreds of thousands of poor migrants seeking asylum in the U.S. have trekked on foot from South and Central America in the last eight months, there has also been a rise in middle class migrants flooding the southern border.

These so-called middle class migrants often fly to Mexico's northern border on pre-planned flights and cross into the U.S. by cab or another car hire, a Border Patrol chief in Arizona told the Wall Street Journal.

Oct 14 11:41

Old Town Road (Picture)


Oct 14 11:34

'They're lying at your network': In tense exchange, Joe Rogan forces Sanjay Gupta to admit CNN claiming he took 'horse dewormer' was wrong

There was a tense exchange between Joe Rogan and CNN's chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta. The massively popular podcast host confronted Gupta about CNN's lying about Rogan using "horse dewormer" after falling ill with coronavirus.

Oct 14 11:00

De Blasio 'wages war on history': Statue of Thomas Jefferson to leave City Hall after BLM committee led by lame-duck mayor's wife told him to remove it because former president owned slaves

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio 'waged war' on the nation's history by deciding to banish the statue of Founding Father Thomas Jefferson from City Hall - where it has presided over events for 187 years - after a request from his wife-led BLM committee.

Oct 14 10:59

Rudy Giuliani And Other Trump Lawyers From 2020 Campaign Ask Judge To Throw Out 'Baseless' Defamation Lawsuit Brought By Former Employee Of Dominion Voting Systems Who They Accused Of Rigging Election

Lawyers for former President Trump's 2020 re-election campaign and his ex-attorney Rudy Giuliani are attempting to dismiss a defamation lawsuit brought by a former employee of Dominion Voting Systems who claims they cost him his job.

Oct 14 10:37

Million dollar mobile home! Nashville trailer on one acre of land bought for $130K sells for $1.5M as Music City real estate prices boom ahead of Oracle HQ move

Nashville's red-hot housing market soared to another mind-numbing high after a mobile home sold for $1.5 million - for a property that fetched a little over $130,000 in 2007 - ahead of software giant Oracle's plans to build its second headquarters in Music City.

Oct 14 10:27

Singapore Airlines' flying 5-star hotels to return: Carrier’s luxurious A380s featuring suites with double beds will take to the skies between London and Singapore from November 19

One of the most luxurious flying experiences is set to return.

Singapore Airlines has confirmed that its Airbus A380 aircraft will be back from November 19.



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Oct 14 10:26

United Airlines Moves To Fire 232 Employees Who Have Refused To Get Covid Vaccine - As Texas Judge Blocks Company From Putting 2,000 Workers On Unpaid Leave If They're Seeking Religious Or Medical Exemption

United Airlines is terminating the employment of 232 workers who have refused to get vaccinated, CEO Scott Kirby has confirmed - as a Texas judge temporarily blocked the airline from putting 2,000 workers on unpaid leave if they're seeking religious or medical exemptions.

Oct 14 10:22

Good Idea (Picture)

Oct 14 10:22

'Shouldn't be allowed out of bed!' Joe Biden humiliated following bizarre rambling speech

JOE BIDEN was humiliated by an Australian TV host and told he "shouldn't be allowed out of bed" following a rambling speech which has prompted observers to speculate on the President's health.

Oct 14 10:22

Moment off-duty NYPD officer, 31, is put in handcuffs after shooting dead her ex-girlfriend's new lover, 23, and severely wounding the ex-partner, 24, in a 'jealous' rage

An off-duty NYPD cop has been arrested and is awaiting charges for shooting dead her ex-girlfriend's new lover and severely injuring the ex in a jealous rampage at a Brooklyn home last night.

Oct 14 10:21

White House: Walmart, FedEx, UPS to go 24/7 to address supply bottlenecks

Major goods carriers Walmart, FedEx and UPS will move to working 24 hours a day, seven days a week in order to address the global supply chain bottlenecks, the White House announced on Wednesday.

The White House announced the update ahead of President Biden’s meeting with stakeholders, including Walmart CEO John Furner, FedEx Logistics CEO Udo Lange and UPS President of U.S. Operations Nando Cesarone, to discuss collective efforts to address global transportation supply chain bottlenecks on Wednesday.

“The supply chain is essentially in the hands of the private sector, so we need the private sector to step up to help solve these problems. Three of the largest goods carriers in the country, Walmart, FedEx and UPS, will make commitments towards moving to 24/7, working during off peak hours,” a senior administration official said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

There is something odd about this. Why do these companies need to wait for Biden to state the obvious need for 24/7 operation? Or had these companies already decided to lengthen their hours and Biden is trying to take credit for it.

Oct 14 10:19

Ann Coulter On The Chicagoization Of American Criminal Justice: "Kill Back Better"

This isn’t a Chicago story. It’s a Democratic Party story.

Kim Foxx, the state’s attorney for Cook County and darling of MSNBC, has managed to increase murders in Chicago to astounding levels even at a time when we’re all getting used to astounding crime figures. Nationwide in 2020, murder and non-negligent manslaughter were up 29.4%, according to the FBI. That’s more than double the previous record of 1968, when murders increased by 12.7%.

Under the careful management of Foxx, murders in Chicago were up 55%. To put this in perspective, last year, there were nearly as many murders in Chicago (population: 2.7 million) as in New York City and Los Angeles combined (total population: more than 12 million).

Oct 14 10:18

Republican Jon Dunwell wins special Iowa House election in Newton

Republican Jon Dunwell has won a special election for the Iowa House, flipping a Newton-based district that Democrats have held for years.

Dunwell led Democrat Steve Mullan Tuesday night with 60% of the vote, a difference of 930 votes, according to the Jasper County Auditor's Office. The results are unofficial until they are certified by the Jasper County Board of Supervisors.

Dunwell, 55, is a pastor and financial services representative who has lived in Newton with his wife for 10 years. They have two children and two dogs. Previously, he was a pastor in Orlando, Florida, for 21 years.

In a statement Tuesday night, Dunwell said he was feeling grateful.

Oct 14 10:17

White House Releases Announcement That's Nostalgic To Those Who Grew Up In The 30's

White House officials, struggling to relieve global supply bottlenecks suffocating U.S. ports, highways, and railways, warn that Americans may suffer higher prices and some empty shelves this Christmas season.

The supply crisis, prompted in part by the global COVID-19 pandemic, not just threatens to dampen U.S. spending at a critical time it further poses a political risk for President Joe Biden.

The latest Reuters/Ipsos survey reveals that the economy is the most important issue for Democrats and Republicans alike.

Oct 14 10:16

What it costs to hire a hacker on the Dark Web

The Dark Web is home to a smorgasbord of illegal and criminal products and services up for sale. And that certainly encompasses the area of cybercrime. From website hacking to DDoS attacks to custom malware to changing school grades, you can buy one of these services from a hacker for hire. But just how much do these types of items cost? A blog post published Tuesday by consumer website Comparitech examines the types of hacking services available on the Dark Web and scopes out their prices.

Oct 14 10:15

Migrants Admit To Why They Didn't Cross The Border With Trump

As the United States has seen record numbers of migrants passing through the border under the Biden administration, some migrants say they “didn’t even want to try” entering the US while former President Donald Trump was in office, mentioning his stringent immigration methods.

Several migrants who illegally passed into Yuma, Ariz., talked this week with Daily Caller field reporter Jorge Ventura, who asked them if they’ve found it easier to cross now that President Biden is in office.

Oct 14 10:15

Biden's Commission That Studied Expanding The Supreme Court Beyond Its 6-3 Conservative Majority As Well As Term Limits To Issue Preliminary Report Thursday

President Joe Biden's commission studying potential U.S. Supreme Court changes such as expanding the number of justices or imposing term limits on them will release its preliminary draft report on Thursday, the White House said on Wednesday.

Oct 14 10:15

This new ransomware encrypts your data and makes some nasty threats, too

Cyber criminals are distributing a new form of ransomware in attacks against victims in which they not only encrypt the network, but also make threats to launch distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks and to harass employees and business partners if a ransom isn't paid.

Dubbed Yanluowang, the ransomware was uncovered by cybersecurity researchers in Broadcom Software's Symantec Threat Hunter team while they were investigating as attempted cyberattack against an undisclosed large organsation.

While the attempted attack wasn't successful, the investigation revealed a new form of ransomware. It also provided insight into how some cyber criminals are attempting to make attacks more effective – in this case, with the threat of additional attacks.

Oct 14 10:15

January 6 committee subpoenas pro-election fraud DOJ lawyer Jeffery Clark over his 'bid to try and overturn the 2020 results and his efforts to interrupt the transfer of power' before the Capitol Riot

The Democrat-led January 6 committee on Wednesday issued a subpoena to ex-Department of Justice attorney Jeffrey Clark, a top Trump ally who pushed election fraud claims in the final days of the administration.

Oct 14 10:14

Schools starting to ban terms like ‘good’ and ‘bad’ when describing students’ behavior

According to reports, the headteacher of a school in England wanted to remove “emotional words” from classroom management, so the terms “good” and “bad” are no longer allowed to be used when describing student behavior.

Teachers at Loughborough Amherst School will now describe good and bad behavior as either “skillful or unskillful.” Headmaster Dr. Julian Murphy stated that the policy, loaned from Buddhism, was “designed to take the emotional heat out of language.”

Dr. Murphy said that while he did not want teachers to be “soft,” he didn’t want them to be “shouty” either, or to make “pupils feel guilty.” He added:

“I think it’s human psychology, even when you’re an adult – if people make you feel guilty, then you get angry and then actually that’s when you’re likely to play the blame game and not to work that well. That’s when things get into a big of a vicious cycle.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Double-plus ungood!

Oct 14 10:13

Most Americans Do Not Understand the Horror of the Coming Inflation Wave

If you are 55 years old or younger you do not have living memory of what it means when inflation takes hold of our economy. It is not merely that you the price of everything goes up. It is a recipe for killing the economy and will feed a black market and reduce the revenue that governments–local, state and federal–rely on to provide services.

Oct 14 10:12

Overstressed Cargo Ship Logjams Could Inadvertently Cause Communications Outage – Is Biden Prepared?

We’ve been hearing a lot about the throngs of cargo ships backed up in the Pacific Ocean outside of the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. Reports of up to 100 ships anchored in authorized anchorage areas and some just drifting under power outside of the authorized anchorage area are crowding the San Pedro and Santa Monica basin. We’ve reported on this recently.

Oct 14 10:11

Joe Rogan To CNN Employee: ‘Do You Think That’s A Problem That Your News Network Lies?’ (VIDEO)

Joe Rogan had CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta on his incredibly popular podcast this week and called him out for CNN’s lies.

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