[Right Scoop] CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota blamed Climate Change this morning for a violent thunderstorm that produced baseball-sized hail in Colorado yesterday.
Ok first of all, this happening in August is probably more common than these ditzy CNN anchors would like to admit. After all, August is one of the hottest months out of the year, if not the hottest.
And when you consider that Colorado is on the outskirts of tornado valley ‐ which is called that because it’s an area where cold Canadian air mixes with hot, dry Mexican air AND hot, moist air from the gulf to form severe thunderstorms that cause both hail and tornados ‐ well it doesn’t seem that odd really. In fact it seems quite normal for this time of year.
I mean sure, seeing big baseball-sized hail hitting the land and water like that is quite impressive. And I definitely wouldn’t want to be underneath it. But to jump the gun and suggest it’s because of Climate Change, well in my opinion is quite, quite dumb.
Alisyn Camerota was an acceptable morning smiley newsreader when she was on Fox. Trying to be a SJW "Journolist" has shown teh limits of her intellect is even beneath her CNN puppeteer producers and editors. She's an idiot
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[ENGLISH.ALARABIYA.NET] The Saudi-Yemeni conflict was not interrupted for long during the nine decades of the Saudi kingdom’s age. During this long period of time of more than one generation that witnessed consecutive wars, battles and political crises, the latter were always resolved via treaties, agreements and even customs, and Yemen ...an area of the Arabian Peninsula sometimes mistaken for a country. It is populated by more antagonistic tribes and factions than you can keep track of. Except for a tiny handfull of Jews everthing there is very Islamic... always concluded with positive results.
Beginning with the 1934 Taif Treaty, two years after the kingdom was unified, the Yemeni citizen was granted the citizens’ privileges, in terms of permanent residency, freedom of movement, work and ownership and did not lose this important merit until after their country supported the 1990 invasion of Kuwait. During the 60 years of neighborliness, no problem obstructed the kingdom from supporting Yemen and resisting any political or military intervention that harms the country’s stability and journey.
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[The Federalist] The terrorist Ernesto "Che" Guevara met his karmic end, executed without a trial in a muddy hut by CIA-trained Bolivian operatives, in 1967. Since that moment, however, his life has been endlessly romanticized by the Left‐a trend that doesn’t seem to be abating. He died, crying like a little bitch, using the "Don't you know who I am?" line
His life isn’t only idealized by Communists or Cuban tyrants, but by old-fashioned American liberals who have a longstanding practice of whitewashing socialist history. The cult includes authors; retail clothing chains; filmmakers like Robert Redford, who watched his romantic ode to Che with the murderer’s widow in Havana; pop icons who vacation in Communist Cuba; commemorative Irish postage stamp designers; a parade of intellectually stunted zombies walking around your local campuses with idealized portraits of Che their T-shirts; and a number of media outlets, which now include BuzzFeed.
The newest entry into the genre is a Vox-style 9-minute explainer, which is to say a grossly misleading history called "Che Guevara Becomes A Legend After Death." It’s a biography tantamount to producing documentaries about the lives of Augusto Pinochet or Benito Mussolini without mentioning their vicious suppression of political opposition.
Although the BuzzFeed viewers will learn that Little Ernesto suffered from debilitating asthma, they do not learn that Che took the lead in creating a secret police and gulag in Cuba, where thousands of people guilty of nothing more than thought crimes‐ including priests, innocent bureaucrats, and anyone with homosexual mannerisms‐were sent to spend decades as slave labor.
[Breitbart] American workers in blue collar jobs are grappling with the "isolating" prospect that their workplaces are increasingly dominated by non-English speaking foreigners.
In two reports over the last few weeks, white working class Americans chronicled and interviewed by the Washington Post and Humans of New York, revealed the gripping impact of mass immigration on the country’s workers.
The Washington Post report follows the story of 20-year-old Heaven Engle and 25-year-old Venson Heim, a couple who work at the Bell & Evans Plant 2 in Fredericksburg, Pennsylvania.
The couple is outnumbered in the chicken processing plant as Spanish speakers primarily from the Dominican Republic make up the vast majority of their colleagues.
"It sucks when you can’t talk to no one," Heaven told the Washington Post.
"I would rather sit and talk. It would make the day go faster," she said.
After a work meeting, conducted primarily in Spanish, Heaven took a smoke break while all the other foreign workers went on a lunch break. She met her boyfriend, Venson, outside so the two would have each other to speak to.
"They don’t give a rat’s ass about people with white skin," Venson told her about the work meeting, as described by the Washington Post.
"It sucks when you can’t talk to no one," Heaven told the Washington Post.
The gov't doesn't care about your ability to converse with fellow workers. The employer pays the withholding taxes. The Unions pay the gov't, and the wheels of the State/Fed tax and Social Security ponzi schemes roll on.
Welcome to the new reality. Not actually a 'new reality' however. It's been going on for decades, with the tacit approval of a our gov't.
Looking for a trade school or apprentice program for your son or daughter? Sorry, trade schools are expensive and apprentice programs take years. We've got an endless supply of low paid brick layers and carpenters. Try the healthcare industry..... oh wait.
via Gates of Vienna, Infowars
The big tech giants are moving fast against the political right, the libertarian radicals, and those walking away from the Democrat Party in the United States. The same applies in my country, the United Kingdom, too.
Over the weekend we saw Candace Owens, a strong, young, black woman suspended from Twitter for daring to point out the allegedly algorithmic hypocrisy of Twitter by replacing the word "white" with "Jewish" in a series of tweets modeled on those by New York Times editor Sarah Jeong.
While the social media giant quickly backtracked, the same cannot be said for its treatment of right-wingers or globalist opponents in other regards.
Recently we discovered that activists, politicians, and even political party leaders were being shadow banned by Twitter -- meaning that their accounts or their tweets were not immediately searchable, unlike those of their left-wing counterparts.
...These platforms that claim to be "open" and in favor of "free speech" are now routinely targeting -- whether by human intervention or not -- the views and expressions of conservatives and anti-globalists.
This is why they no longer even fit the bill of "platforms." They are publishers in the same way we regard news outlets as publishers. They may use more machine learning and automation, but their systems clearly take editorial positions. We need to hold them to account in the same way we do any other publisher.
...That’s why I believe we urgently need to prosecute this issue in the public square and campaign for a social media bill of rights in our respective countries. And for those that don’t take issue with the latest censorship of right-wingers by big social media -- unless we take a stand now, who knows where it could end. First they came for Alex Jones, but I didn't care because Alex Jones is an a$$hole
[Townhall] Many of the nation's colleges have become a force for evil and a focal point for the destruction of traditional American values. The threat to our future lies in the fact that today's college students are tomorrow's teachers, professors, judges, attorneys, legislators and policymakers. A recent Brookings Institution poll suggests that nearly half of college students believe that hate speech is not protected by the First Amendment. Of course, it is. Fifty-one percent of students think that it's acceptable to shout down a speaker with whom they disagree. About 20 percent of students hold that it's acceptable to use violence to prevent a speaker from speaking, over 50 percent say colleges should prohibit speech and viewpoints that might offend certain people. Contempt for the First Amendment and other constitutional guarantees is probably shared by the students' high school teachers, as well as many college professors. The only thing worse than no intellectuals are fake intellectuals
...One might be tempted to argue that the growing contempt for liberty and the lack of civility stem from the election of Donald Trump. That's entirely wrong. The lack of civility and indoctrination of our young people have been going on for decades. And we said nothing yet about the professional competence of the graduates
We could start by making it possible to default on a college loan. That increases the recognition by loan providers that they they should make college loans only on course plans with a chance of repayment.
This would in turn eventually cause colleges to need to rebalance their faculty on revenue generation capacity not on political B.S.
I just don't know why the army seems to be so allergic to mortars.<\em>
SPOD, probably a combination of (1) Logistics: after you figure in all of the logistics tail to properly feed a 120mm mortar... why not spend a little more and go 155mm howitzer? (One reason we have Tanks and don't like specialized tracked Anti-Tank AFV...)
And more importantly... (2) The Artillery Branch Officers find it easier to organize, train their own juniors, -AND- Lobby for Higher Ranks if they can point to large numbers of men directly under them. A Brigade sized collection of Mortar Platoons scattered out through a Division doesn't merit a Brigadier General, you see, but an Artillery Brigade would...
A multi-volume chronology and reference guide set detailing three years of the Mexican Drug War between 2010 and 2012.
Rantburg.com and borderlandbeat.com correspondent and author Chris Covert presents his first non-fiction work detailing
the drug and gang related violence in Mexico.
Chris gives us Mexican press dispatches of drug and gang war violence
over three years, presented in a multi volume set intended to chronicle the death, violence and mayhem which has
dominated Mexico for six years.