Thought for the day

"A politician is a fellow who will lay down your life for his country." -- Texas Guinan, 19th century American businessman

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Make no mistake about it, the social insects leading the World Economic Forum do not sleep. 

They’re committed to imposing globalist tyranny on the unsuspecting masses of the world. 

Technocratic robots like Klaus Schwab view themselves as part of an anointed class that is above the unruly peons. 

He believes that his vision of the world trumps all the concerns and misgivings coming from the rabble.

Schwab and his globalist cronies want to build an unaccountable bureaucratic structure that enables them to lord over vast swathes of the globe.

The Great Reset gang would look like nothing more than to micromanage people’s affairs and impoverish them…all while they live like kings .

That’s how these parasitic elites operate. 

Posted on: Dec 01 07:07

The US government has authorized a flurry of arms sales to European allies in recent weeks, including more than $850 million in advanced missiles and rockets to Finland, which is currently seeking to join the NATO military alliance.

The US Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) outlined the latest sale to Finland on Monday, noting that the State Department has approved a deal for 40 AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles and related guidance units, as well as 48 AGM-154 Joint Standoff Weapons, for an estimated $323.3 million.

Posted on: Dec 01 07:05

A new study published in the American Journal of Public Health revealed the number of law-abiding Americans carrying a loaded handgun daily nearly doubled between 2015-19. 

The study titled "Trend in Loaded Handgun Carrying Among Adult Handgun Owners in the United States, 2015‒2019" found the number of law-abiding US adults carrying handguns nearly doubled from 9 million in 2015 to 16 million in 2019.

"Proportionally fewer handgun owners carried handguns in states where issuing authorities had substantial discretion in granting permits," the study's authors said. 

The authors claimed that very "little was known about the frequency and features of firearm carrying among adult handgun owners in the United States before this study. In fact, over the past 30 years, only a few peer-reviewed national surveys, conducted in 1994,1995, 1996, and 2015, have provided even the most basic information about firearm carrying frequency."

Research firm Ipsos conducted the national survey between July 2019 and August 2019. Respondents were from firearm-owning households drawn from Ipsos's Knowledge Panel, an online sampling pool of approximately 55,000 adults. 

Posted on: Dec 01 07:05

At least 42 Biden administration officials were sent letters by Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee this month requesting testimony from a variety of White House officials.

Flanked by House Republicans, U.S. Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.) speaks during a news conference at the U.S. Capitol in Washington on Nov. 17, 2022. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Those letters primarily dealt with the suspected politicization of the FBI and Department of Justice (DOJ), investigations into U.S. border security, and President Joe Biden’s son Hunter.

A recent letter (pdf) led by Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) to White House chief of staff Ron Klain requested testimony from Biden administration staffers relating to alleged “misuse of federal criminal and counterterrorism resources to target concerned parents at school board meetings.” Interviews from four White House officials were requested.

Around the same time, another letter (pdf) from Jordan was sent to the Department of Education requesting testimony from three officials, and another letter to the Department of Homeland Security requests interviews from around a dozen administration officials. That includes embattled Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement chief Tae Johnson.

Posted on: Dec 01 07:04

Economic policymakers around the world are raising interest rates to try to tame the rising cost of living. Jerome Powell, the Federal Reserve chair, reiterated his commitment to that policy in a speech yesterday. He warned against giving up on inflation “prematurely” and promised to “stay the course until the job is done.”

But both rising rates and high inflation can have very different practical effects depending on who you are and where you live. Gas prices matter much more to people who commute long distances to work, for example. Higher interest rates are costly to people who rely on credit cards to pay their bills, while they can actually be good news for retirees living off savings.

In today’s newsletter, I want to explore a striking example of those differences: the housing market on either side of the Atlantic. In Britain, rising rates are threatening to force some people out of their homes. In the United States, they are in some cases preventing people from moving.

Posted on: Dec 01 07:03
Dr. Jill and Joe Wednesday evening attended the national Christmas tree lighting at the Ellipse hosted by rapper LL Cool J.
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Posted on: Nov 30 20:49
Teen Vogue has published an article promoting mutilating minors in the name of “gender affirmation.”
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Posted on: Nov 30 20:48

 Two days after blowing up Apple on Twitter over alleged threats to pull Twitter from its app store, Elon Musk says he met Wednesday with Apple CEO Tim Cook at Apple’s headquarters.

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Posted on: Nov 30 20:47

Incoming Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu defended Donald Trump over charges he had “dined with antisemites” in the wake of the Kanye “Ye” West blowup. Netanyahu also smacked down the radical anti-Semitic Democrat Party as “governed by the radical fringe”.

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Posted on: Nov 30 20:46
They’re getting ready to throw Joe Biden in the garbage can. The Democrats are rebranding and promoting the younger generation to leadership positions.
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Posted on: Nov 30 20:46
The Biden economy is a mess and it’s getting worse. Now even the far-left media can’t hide the mess.
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Posted on: Nov 30 20:44
The Democrats on the House Ways and Means Committee received six years of President Trump’s federal tax returns.
Posted on: Nov 30 20:44

As Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake challenges Maricopa County's certification of the 2022 election in court, the chairman of another county is declaring he voted to certify under duress.

"I found out today that I have no choice but to vote 'Aye' or I will be arrested and charged with a felony," said Ron Gould, chairman of the Mohave County Board of Supervisors.

Lake's opponent, Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, who is overseeing the election, has threatened felony charges for officials who don't certify the election.

Hobbs is suing Cochise County, which refused to certify by the Monday deadline.

Lake's lawsuit against Maricopa County election officials states her desire "that every lawful vote be properly counted and every voter who was eligible to vote be allowed to vote."

Posted on: Nov 30 17:33

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on Wednesday insisted that President Biden has been to the U.S.-Mexico border, despite no record of him having been there – even as Vice President. 

The comments came in response to an inquiry from Fox News' Peter Doocy on whether the president had RSVP’d Rep. Kevin McCarthy’s invite to the border. 

Posted on: Nov 30 16:59

Biden Energy Advisor Amos Hochstein said the quiet part out loud on CNBC while being pressed by host Joe Kernen. 

"It was ten days ago the President again said... maybe you try to talk him out of it, I don't know what you do when he says it, but when he says 'we're going to end drilling domestically' that causes the major oil producers to not want to invest long term. Can you give me a number on how long? Do you want them to produce for five more years? For ten more years? How long will we need these major oil producers to keep drilling. What does he mean 'we need to stop drilling? When?" Kernan asked.

Hochstein: “Eventually we are – we’re going to be phasing out the use of oil," began to reply. 

"What's eventually" Kernan fired back. "Because they're not going to want to invest any money if its two or three years from now. Or even five years. 

Posted on: Nov 30 16:54

The Navy is investigating what led to two service ships nearly colliding Tuesday in San Diego Bay.

The purported close call involved the guided-missile destroyer Momsen and the dock landing ship Harpers Ferry.

Officials did not confirm precisely what time the incident occurred Tuesday, but a video of the encounter was posted to Twitter at about 10:30 a.m. Pacific Standard Time by the @SanDiegoWebCam account.

“Warship Chicken in San Diego Bay,” the text accompanying the video states.

The video shows Momsen and Harpers Ferry headed straight toward each other before each ship turns left.

Posted on: Nov 30 16:53

California Congressman Tom McClintock is pushing to ban earmarks in the 118th Congress which he says is a practice that is rife with corruption. One America's John Hines has more from Capitol Hill.

Posted on: Nov 30 16:51

Authorities in the Chinese city of Guangzhou have eased COVID restrictions a day after demonstrators in the southern city clashed with police amid a string of protests against Beijing’s strict measures to control the coronavirus pandemic.

China has imposed widespread lockdowns and travel restrictions, and conducted mass testing as part of its “zero-COVID” policy that has been generating rising anger. COVID restrictions have been eased in most parts of the world.

Posted on: Nov 30 16:51

"It is enough that the people know there was an election. The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything." -- Joseph Stalin

Following the Florida election debacle of 2000, Americans were promised a more honest, transparent, and verifiable system of elections. We didn't get it, because the election stealers won that election and decided that keeping the current system was their best guarantee of re-election.

The election of 2016 changed that. The candidate being cheated by the system, Donald Trump, still prevailed thanks to a landslide that overcame the vote rigging. He will see having an honest election system as his best chance for a second term. Hence, there is a real opportunity to throw out the current system, whch is designed to enable and conceal stealing elections, and replace it with a system that hinders cheating as much as possible.

To begin, stolen elections are a reality in this nation. John F. Kennedy stole the 1960 election from Richard Nixon. Nixon stole his re-election in what became known as the Watergate scandal. George W. Bush likely stole the 2000 election from Al Gore, and everyone had a ring-side seat watching Hillary Clinton trying to steal the election from Donald Trump.

A good place to start to learn about election stealing is the HBO documentary, "Hacking Democracy." It is available on NetFlix, Amazon Live, and Hulu. Here is a YouTube video of the final scenes showing how an electronic voting machine has the election results changed without even needing to touch the machine!

Posted on: Nov 30 15:31

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) will meet this week to set the primary schedule for the 2024 presidential election, and with it determine the fate of the Iowa caucus' coveted first spot in the nomination calendar. 

Many high-profile Democrats have called on the DNC to reformat the starting lineup of the presidential primary calendar that currently kicks off with Iowa, followed by New Hampshire, Nevada and then South Carolina. In a departure from past years, the DNC invited all states to apply for early status and will review the 2024 calendar in its entirety this year. 

The DNC Rules and Bylaws Committee is set to meet through the weekend in Washington, D.C., to put forward a proposal for the 2024 primary calendar that will be voted on at a later date, according to a letter sent to DNC members in August.

Posted on: Nov 30 15:30

The European Union has warned Twitter owner Elon Musk that his tech platform could face a ban in Europe unless the site abides by its rules on content moderation.

EU commissioner Thierry Breton made the threat to Musk on Wednesday during a video meeting, wherein she said that Musk must adhere to a checklist of rules. This includes ditching an "arbitrary" approach to reinstating banned users and "aggressively" fighting off so-called disinformation, reports the Financial Times.

Posted on: Nov 30 15:03

Scientists have devised a quantum experiment that allows them to study the dynamics of wormholes, theoretical spacetime entities that first emerged from Albert Einstein's 1915 theory of gravity, or general relativity. 

Rather than creating an actual wormhole, a rip in time and space that is theorized to form a bridge between one distant region of space with another, the team built a wormhole model to run on a quantum processor. This allowed them to investigate the physics of wormholes and their potential connection to so-called 'quantum gravity.' 

"We found a quantum system that exhibits key properties of a gravitational wormhole yet is sufficiently small to implement on today's quantum hardware," U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science research program Quantum Communication Channels for Fundamental Physics (QCCFP) principal investigator Maria Spiropulu, said in a statement(opens in new tab). "This work constitutes a step toward a larger program of testing quantum gravity physics using a quantum computer." 

Posted on: Nov 30 14:42

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) knew that COVID-19 shots damage recipients’ hearts and cause other serious complications but chose to cover up the information, bombshell documents unsealed under a court order have revealed.

The CDC was forced to hand over documents and data following a November 14 court order by Judge Robert Pitman.

The judge ordered the data to be made public following a Freedom of Information Act request from the Informed Consent Action Network.

The federal health agency has been withholding the data that shows adverse reactions to the vaccinations among those who received them.

Data released under the court order shows that a staggering 1 in 3 among the earliest populations to get vaccinated reported needing medical care, missing school or work, or they were unable to “perform normal daily activities” after receiving the shots.

Posted on: Nov 30 14:38

The House of Representatives has passed a legislation that will force rail unions to accept the terms offered to help them by the Biden administration.

On Wednesday, in a 290-137 vote, House lawmakers voted to pass the legislation. 

Those in favor of the legislation say that Congress had to act in order to prevent a strike and give workers what they are asking for. Those against the bill argued that it is not Congress’ place and that they were only voting on it because Joe Biden failed at the negotiation table.

The lower chamber weighed the resolution after top congressional leaders met with Joe Biden on Tuesday. Biden asked Congress to adopt the tentative agreement between railroad workers and operators after he failed to reach terms with all 12 unions. Despite calling himself the most pro-union president, Biden begged Congress to step in to prevent a strike, as a shutdown would be detrimental to the economy.

The September deal allowed for raises and bonuses retroactive to 2020. However, workers are stunned at the lack of paid sick time.

Posted on: Nov 30 14:38

President Joe Biden hopes to push through a law that will essentially ban all assault weapons in America.

He cannot stand the fact that people have the right to defend themselves against evil powers that would seek to suppress freedom.

Fox News reported that Senator Chris Murphy from Connecticut blew Biden’s hopes of such a law out of the water by pointing out there are not enough votes to pass such a law.

Posted on: Nov 30 14:37
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Posted on: Nov 30 13:27
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Posted on: Nov 30 13:27
A mutiny of sorts is beginning to form at JetBlue, which is under fire for hiring a pilot named John Perrys who is a convicted felon.
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Posted on: Nov 30 13:27
A trans woman — that is, a person born biologically male who has now ‘transitioned’ to become a woman — is pushing back on a claim made in court documents that the man who shot and killed several people at a gay and lesbian bar in Colorado Springs, Colo., earlier this month is “non-binary.”
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Posted on: Nov 30 13:26