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Remnants of a modern glacier have been found near Mars' equator, suggesting ice may still exist at shallow depths in the area. If confirmed, such a discovery could have significant implications for future human exploration on the Red Planet.

Using data from the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO), researchers from the SETI Institute and the Mars Institute detected light-toned deposits (LTDs) on the Martian surface. These features consist of light-colored sulfate salts, crevasse fields and moraine bands, which are signs of a "relict glacier."

Posted on: Mar 17 11:35

If Joe Biden has his way, every last scrap of American society would become “woke.” The schools are woke. Movies are woke. Even fast food restaurants are becoming woke. But Biden is causing the most damage in the banking sector, which he is trying to force into investing in woke causes.

Biden’s scheme will force investors to dump trillions of U.S. dollars into woke investments that are sure to fail. Biden is trying to get your banks to bankroll the radical left. It’s what is commonly called “ESG.” But Gov. Ron DeSantis is leading the fight to stop this tyranny. And he got 18 other states to join him.

Posted on: Mar 17 11:34

The unauthorized disclosure of U.S. military personnel records by the Air Force to an opposition research firm funded by Democrats is now under investigation by the House “Weaponization Committee.”

Leading the charge are Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Rep. Chris Stewart (R-UT), a former Air Force pilot. They sent a letter on Thursday to the military branch’s top official seeking various documents and communications, The Daily Wire can reveal.

“To advance our oversight and to inform potential legislative reforms, we write to request information about this serious breach of our servicemembers’ personal information,” the congressmen wrote.

The House Judiciary Committee and its Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government “are investigating the mass collection and dissemination of information about American citizens by federal agencies,” they added.

Posted on: Mar 17 11:34

Carlson shared the story during a “Full Send Podcast” interview last week, where he claimed an unidentified tenured Stanford Medical professor, who specializes in traumatic brain injuries, reached out to his team requesting to appear on the Fox News show to talk about a decade-old conversation between him and the U.S. government.

“He’s like, 11 years ago, the U.S. government reached out to me because I’m an expert on head injuries on brain injuries … traumatic brain injuries … as a physician,” Carlson said. “And they had all these court cases from families of U.S. servicemen — over 100 — who had been killed by UFOs. And the Department of Defense was refusing to give them death benefits or medical benefits.”

Webmaster addition: Normally I would not post this stuff, but there have been a lot of UFO stories in the media, including claims that Biden shot down some UFOs along with that Chinese weather balloon, and yesterday's story about how the Pentagon is speculating there is an alien mothership sending down small UFOs to Earth. It's known that at one time the Pentagon was considering a plan to fake an alien invasion to scare everyone into total obedience. Maybe the government has gotten desperate enough to try such a  stunt!

Posted on: Mar 17 11:28

SVB Financial Group, the parent company of Silicon Valley Bank, announced Friday in a press release that it had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

The filing comes after Silicon Valley Bank collapsed last week in the second largest bank failure in U.S. history. The firm had discharged assets at a loss from a portfolio containing long-term government and corporate bonds to supply depositors with their funds before the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation assumed control of the company.

Bank regulators in the state of California closed down the bank and named the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) as the receiver.

Posted on: Mar 17 11:27

Why is it, whenever we talk about Democrats and our constitutional rights–it’s always in terms of them limiting our rights, not expanding them? Joe Biden and Democrats claim they respect the Bill of Rights. But they never do anything to protect, say, our freedom of speech or religion.

In fact, they are more than likely to push policies that limit our ability to worship, speak our minds, or protect ourselves. Biden’s legacy seems to be finding new ways of infringing on our rights. Remember, this is the guy who wanted to force you to get an irreversible medical procedure to keep your job.

And now, he just signed an order that will make it hard for you to exercise one sacred right.

Posted on: Mar 17 11:26

Russian President Vladimir Putin, addressing an audience of Russia’s business elite, offered a caustic retort to the executives’ previous conviction that it was far safer to hold their assets outside of Russia.

"I used to often hear: ‘Well, it's far safer over there’ (abroad - TASS). How about now?" Putin said to the congress of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP) in Moscow on Thursday.

Posted on: Mar 17 11:22
One of the fascinating things about the COVID pandemic was how it broke down along partisan lines. You could almost tell how a person voted by how they handled the pandemic.
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Posted on: Mar 17 09:47
Archbishop Vigano gave a speech the day before yesterday, in video connection, at the Founding Conference of the International Russophiles’ Movement. His focus was the battle against Globalism, which unites – significantly – President Donald Trump and President Vladimir Putin.
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Posted on: Mar 17 09:47
Biden’s Justice Department recently told a federal court to expect more than 1,000 more prosecutions related to January 6.
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Posted on: Mar 17 09:46
As previously reported, U.S. District Court Judge Deborah Boardman issued an arrest warrant for Roy McGrath after he failed to appear for his federal fraud trial.
Posted on: Mar 17 09:45
Kamala Harris taped a softball interview with “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert for Wednesday night in New York City. It turned into a complete debacle for Harris.
Posted on: Mar 17 09:45
February was the 43rd straight month gun sales have hit over one million in the United States. This is despite the fact February has only 28 days.
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Posted on: Mar 17 09:42
French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday used a special power to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64 without a vote.
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Posted on: Mar 17 09:41
The principal of Bloomfield Hills High School, home to one of the largest Jewish populations in Michigan, has apologized in a letter to the community after a “student-led diversity assembly” became a platform for an anti-Israel, anti-Jewish rant by failed political candidate Huwaida Arraf. Arraf lost to Republican Rep. John James in Michigan’s 10th district.
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Posted on: Mar 17 09:40
A political earthquake hit the Netherlands Wednesday in the wake of massive farmer’s protests as the upstart Farmer’s Movement party passed the ruling People’s Party in provincial elections. “Nobody can ignore us any longer,” said Farmer’s Movement leader Caroline van der Plas.
Posted on: Mar 17 09:39
They are spending around $130,000 every day doing nothing with unused border wall panels – this adds up to nearly $50 million a year.
Posted on: Mar 17 09:38

The new Serp-VS5 [Russian for Sickle] anti-drone system has passed tests and is ready for supplies, Andrey Sorokin, deputy CEO for Business Development at the Vektor Research Institute told TASS on March 16.

The Vektor Research Institute is a part of the Ruselectronics Group, a subsidiary of the Russian state-owned tech corporation Rostec

“All the tests are over. The system is ready for supplies under orders and currently work is underway to agree upon the delivery timeframe. Orders for the new system are already available,” Sorokin told the Russian news agency.

Posted on: Mar 17 08:02

On March 16, four Palestinians, including a teenager, were killed by undercover Israeli officers during a raid in the Jenin refugee camp in the occupied West Bank.

The Israel Defense Forces, Shin Bet security service and police said in a joint statement that members of the elite Yamam counter-terrorism unit “neutralized” two wanted Palestinian gunmen inside Jenin after receiving intelligence about their whereabouts.

The gunmen were identified as Yusuf Shreim, 29, a member of the Hamas Movement, and Nidal Khazem, 28, a member of Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ). The other two casualties were named as Omar Awadin, 16, and 37-year-old Luay al-Zughair.

Posted on: Mar 17 08:01

Democrat senators, led by Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bob Mendez, are calling on the departments of the Treasury and Justice to take action after credit card companies' refusal to track gun purchases.

Last year, following pressure from gun control activists and progressive lawmakers, Visa announced that it would track gun purchases through a new merchant category code. Mastercard and other credit card companies also said they would track gun and ammo purchases.

Earlier this month, we reported that Discover would start tracking gun and ammo purchases through a new MCC beginning April. The report led to pushback from conservatives, gun rights activists, and privacy supporters.

Posted on: Mar 17 07:56

Twenty years ago on March 16, the world got a tragic glimpse into what the state of Israel was going to become. Given the green light in the Oval Office by President George W. Bush, then-Prime Minister Ariel Sharon – “a man of peace," Bush said at the time – started the now-inevitable march to apartheid and the murderous treatment of the Palestinians against whom the main battle would be waged.

That glimpse was the senseless murder of a passionate, 23-year-old woman whose laudable purpose at the time was simply the protection of Palestinian homes being bulldozed by the Israeli Defense Force (IDF). On that day, Rachel Corrie, a member of the International Solidarity Movement, was brutally murdered by an IDF armored bulldozer as she tried to interject herself between it and its merciless destruction of yet another Palestinian home in the southern Gaza Strip.

Posted on: Mar 17 07:56

It has now been two decades since the United States launched its war on Saddam Hussein’s regime in Iraq. Americans have largely moved on, but Iraqis are not so lucky.

The 2003 invasion — and the crushing, U.S.-led sanctions regime that preceded it — set into motion a series of events that have torn at the very fabric of Iraq’s society, leaving at least 185,000 of its citizens dead and displacing 9 million more, according to the Costs of War project at Brown University. Those who survived their country’s darkest moments now live with mental and physical scars that most Americans can scarcely imagine. “Violence destroys our ability to feel human,” said Ghazi, who now teaches Arabic and courses on peace and conflict at several universities in North Carolina.

Indeed, it is difficult to find any measure by which life in Iraq has improved over the last 20 years. Rolling blackouts have made summers unbearable in much of the south, and the government remains far too weak to do much about it. (The daily high rarely drops below 100 degrees fahrenheit in Baghdad’s warmer months.) Once a regional leader in medicine and education, Iraq has now fallen far behind most of its neighbors. A recent poll found that 37 percent of Iraqis want to emigrate, and 81 percent say their country is headed in the wrong direction.

Posted on: Mar 17 07:56

Last month, a Palestinian rights group filed a federal complaint against George Washington University (GW), alleging the institution allows discrimination against Palestinians to persist unabated on campus.

Palestine Legal filed a federal complaint with the United States Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, demanding it investigates what the organization describes as a “years-long, hostile environment of anti-Palestinian racism.”

The legal rights group is representing three students who say they have experienced anti-Palestinian discrimination from fellow classmates, professors, administrators, and GW Hillel, a Jewish campus organization.

Webmaster addition: Now, about anti-white racism...

Posted on: Mar 17 07:54

Nebo School District in Utah has stirred controversy by instructing middle school students to write an essay arguing for the consumption of insects rather than cows as part of an English assignment.

According to Fox News Digital, the assignment was based on the premise that the mass production and consumption of bug-based foods is more environmentally friendly than that of beef. Some students were even given extra credit for actually consuming the bugs, which the District sourced from a commercial site.

Amanda Wright, the mother of one of the students, condemned the assignment, claiming it was part of a concerted effort to indoctrinate children into a "dark climate change religion." After meeting with school administrators, she recorded the principal, Alison Hansen, saying, "the assignment was about finding facts to support" the climate alarmist premise. Kim Cutler, a teacher at the school, told Wright's daughter that there was no evidence to support not eating bugs.

Posted on: Mar 17 07:52

South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol met with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida in Japan on Thursday as Tokyo and Seoul seek to thaw relations, an initiative backed by the US as it seeks to rally its allies in the region against China.

According to Nikkei Asia, the two leaders agreed to bolster cooperation against North Korea and to resume a working-level bilateral security dialogue that has been on a five-year hiatus.

Yoon announced the “normalization” of the General Security of Military Information Agreement (GSOMIA), a pact that allows the two countries to share military intelligence.

Posted on: Mar 17 07:45

The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that Arab countries are offering a deal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad that would restore ties between Damascus and most countries in the region.

The report, which cited unnamed Arab and European officials, said in talks initially led by Jordan, the Arab nations have proposed billions worth in aid to help the country rebuild after 12 years of war and to lobby the US and European governments to lift sanctions.

In exchange, the Arab nations want Assad to engage with Syria’s political opposition, allow troops from other Arab states inside Syria to protect returning refugees, crack down on drug trafficking, and prevent Iran from expanding its presence in Syria.

Posted on: Mar 17 07:44

In a Senate Foreign Relations Committee meeting recently, we debated repealing the 2002 Authorization for the Iraq War. The Iraq War ended long ago. You’d think it would be unanimously agreed to end a war that’s already over.    

But, if we stop with just repealing the Iraq War authorization, I fear nothing will change.

We need to take the additional step of also repealing the Authorization for the war in Afghanistan. The 2001 authorization to bring the 9/11 terrorists to justice was warranted, but like the Iraq War, the Afghan War has long ago ended — yet its authorization remains on the books.

Deciding when and where to go to war is Congress’s job. The president has authority to execute the war, but not to initiate it. James Madison wrote that the executive branch was the most prone to go to war and, therefore, the Constitution vested that power in the legislature.

Posted on: Mar 17 07:44

Israeli protesters returned to the streets Thursday to rally against proposed judicial reforms, after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected a compromise plan touted by the country's president.

The reforms, several provisions of which have already been adopted by parliament, are "the end of democracy," read a placard brandished by demonstrators in Tel Aviv.

According to Israeli media, tens of thousands of Israelis protested across the country.

Posted on: Mar 17 07:43

Some 650 reserve troops from the intelligence and cyber units in the IDF announced on Thursday, that as of Sunday, they would no longer volunteer for service after the coalition rejected the president's proposed compromise.

The 450 intelligence members of intelligence units and 200 members of the IDF reserve cyber force said that after the Knesset began voting on a bill that prevents the removal of a prime minister for any reason other than physical or mental incapacity, and blocks any judicial review of the law, they had decided to stop volunteering.

Posted on: Mar 17 07:42

Parking lots today are no-go zones where savages with low impulse control often prey on vulnerable people.

  • Sherry Smith Sain, 64, died after being intentionally struck by a car in a Walmart parking lot [Source].
  • 17-year-old Ian Hagerty was fatally shot while attending a candlelight vigil in an apartment parking lot [Source].
  • Andy Billinger, age 38, was fatally shot in a McDonald’s parking lot [Source].
  • Ashley Nicole Chambers, 29, was fatally shot in an apartment parking lot [Source].
  • Jacqueline Mixon, 78, died after being pushed to the pavement and run over in a hospital parking lot [Source].
  • Stormy Clere, 28, was fatally shot in a parking lot [Source].
  • Elsa Mikeska, 62, was fatally shot in a gym parking lot [Source].
Posted on: Mar 17 07:42