Sunday, April 14, 2024

History for April 14

History for April 14 - On-This-Day.com
Arnold (Joseph) Toynbee 1889 - Historian, author
  • 1828 - The first edition of Noah Webster's dictionary was published under the name "American Dictionary of the English Language."
  • 1865 - U.S. President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated in Ford's Theater by John Wilkes Booth. He actually died early the next morning.
  • 1902 - James Cash (J.C.) Penney opened his first retail store in Kemmerer, WY. It was called the Golden Rule Store.
  • 1912 - The Atlantic passenger liner Titanic, on its maiden voyage hit an iceberg and began to sink. 1,517 people lost their lives and more than 700 survived.
  • 1918 - The U.S. First Aero Squadron engaged in America's first aerial dogfight with enemy aircraft over Toul, France.
  • 1925 - WGN became the first radio station to broadcast a regular season major league baseball game. The Cubs beat the Pirates 8-2.
  • 2008 - Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines announced they were combining.

Saturday, April 13, 2024

Constitutional peace officers call summit to address threats facing America | WND | by WND Staff

Constitutional peace officers call summit to address threats facing America | WND | by WND Staff

Democrats have claimed for years it is President Donald Trump, with his plans to "Make America Great Again," who is the threat they must defeat. He's a danger to "democracy," they claim. Their rhetoric theorizes that the United States is a gone if he's re-elected. But actually it is Joe Biden who repeatedly has made light of the U.S. Constitution.

The way we were-----The Most Absolutely Insane Target of WW2

Gun Control Zealots Hate Facts, This is Why... | Thomas Sowell

They knew! And they lied!-----Rand Paul Drops Another Bombshell

How many federal agencies and officials knew ahead of time that the government was working with a private partner and the Chinese lab from which COVID-19 likely originated? - CATHERINE SALGADO
"...According to Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), potentially hundreds of U.S. federal employees knew that COVID-19 could have been a result of American and Chinese development in a lab.
  • “How vast was the Great COVID Cover-up?” asked Paul in a Fox News piece on April 9. 
  • “Well, my investigation has recently discovered government officials from 15 federal agencies knew in 2018 that the Wuhan Institute of Virology was trying to create a coronavirus like COVID-19.”..

Why car insurance costs are skyrocketing, leading to higher inflation

...since December 2021...costs have increased by 45.8% 
  • Skyrocketing auto insurance costs helped contribute to inflation accelerating at a faster-than-expected pace in March.
  • On a monthly basis, car insurance prices as part of the consumer price index rose by an unadjusted 2.7%, while the year-over-year increased by 22.2%, according to data released Wednesday.
  • The rise in insurance costs is in addition to historically high prices for new and used vehicles since the coronavirus pandemic, as well as rising costs to repair vehicles...

Biden's green agenda described as being based on 'magic' | WND | by Bob Unruh

Biden's green agenda described as being based on 'magic' | WND | by Bob Unruh

"It's 'magical thinking' from beginning to end in terms of the green agenda. This is just going to hammer the American people. They're spending so much money that there are parts of California where they don't have enough bureaucrats to spend the climate cash flowing in from the Inflation Reduction Act and from the Biden administration. They have to hire bureaucrats even to figure out how to spend it all."

Singapore deals with those arriving in small boats in such a way as to discourage the practice.

Remember when the CDC hiding vax-injury reports was a "conspiracy theory"? - Patricia Anthone

The PURPOSE for collecting early reports on adverse reactions is to serve as an early warning
"... a "safety signal" which warrants further investigation. 
  • But instead of collecting and responding to these data in the manner of scientific professionals, the CDC SUPPRESSED, denied and buried the data in order to prevent "vaccine hestitency."
Well, those secreted vax-injury reports; 780,000 events which could have informed course-correction had they not been concealed, have now been released...

Trouble at the Fed - by Christopher F. Rufo and Luke Rosiak

An investigation into Federal Reserve governor Lisa D. Cook’s academic record raises questions. 
"Lisa D. Cook is one of the world’s most powerful economists. 
She taught economics at Harvard University and Michigan State University and served on the Obama administration’s Council of Economic Advisers before being appointed, in 2022, to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, which controls the interest rates and money supply of the United States.
Despite her pedigree, questions have long persisted about her academic record. 
  • Her publication history is remarkably thin for a tenured professor, and her published work largely focuses on race activism rather than on rigorous, quantitative economics...
  • The quality of her scholarship has also received criticism. Her most heralded work, 2014’s “Violence and Economic Activity: Evidence from African American Patents, 1870 to 1940,” examined the number of patents by black inventors in the past, concluding that the number plummeted in 1900 because of lynchings and discrimination. Other researchers soon discovered that the reason for the sudden drop in 1900 was that one of the databases Cook relied on stopped collecting data in that year. The true number of black patents, one subsequent study found, might be as much as 70 times greater than Cook’s figure, effectively debunking the study’s premise.
  • Cook also seems to have consistently inflated her own credentials...

Lunch video-----Well, this is interesting.

"Those parents should be arrested for child abuse.

Noon-toon

 

Maxine Waters urged radicals to harass lawmakers in public. Turns out, she's not keen when they come for her. | Blaze Media

Maxine Waters urged radicals to harass lawmakers in public. Turns out, she's not keen when they come for her. | Blaze Media

Evidently supportive of the tactic, Waters told the crowd at the charity event, "Let's make sure we show up wherever we have to show up and if you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them, and you tell them they're not welcome any more, anywhere."

A video excerpt of an undated interview with Waters recently went viral wherein she intimates that this sort of harassment is unacceptable — if directed her way.

Waters complains of an instance wherein someone confronted in a restaurant. The Democrat apparently construed the criticism as a surefire sign of a "racist attitude."

" The evidence is irrefutable; the theories are many."

 

Fomenting hate-----This is how WaPo covered a story about a man who opened fire on police during a traffic stop. Let's break down the bodycam footage. | Not the Bee

...look how the Washington Post is covering this story about a kid who opened fire on police during a traffic stop. - Jesse James

Let's look at how writer Jennifer Hassan opened this story:

Dexter Reed's mother remembers the last time she saw her son alive. "Mom, I'm going for a ride," he told her, before heading out in the car that he had purchased just three days earlier.

Reed, 26, was killed that same day, when tactical-unit police officers fired 96 bullets at him within 41 seconds, according to Chicago's Civilian Office of Police Accountability, or COPA, which investigates allegations of police misconduct and police shootings. "He was just riding around in his car," Dexter's mother, Nicole Banks, told Fox 32 Chicago on Tuesday, as she broke down in tears. "They killed him."

Sounds bad for the police, right?
Well, before you go grabbing that pitchfork for another Summer of Love, let's do what WaPo didn't and give you the facts.
There are FIVE bodycams that recorded the shootout.
Here is the first one...

Don't believe your lyin' eyes?

 

Berkeley Prosecutors Cut Probation Deal for Scientist Who Tried to Kill Colleague - JONATHAN TURLEY

I have been a criminal defense attorney for my entire career, but there is a case out of Berkeley, California that is a real head scratcher. 
"David Xu was the chief metallurgist for a company called Berkeley Engineering and Research (BEAR) and was caught on tape trying to poison a colleague. His actions are blamed for not only causing harm to Rong Yuan, but her parents.
After spending only 10 days in jail, Alameda County prosecutors and a judge signed off on a probation deal in the case...
Yet, the prosecutors dropped the attempted murder charge and accepted a plea on the two poisoning counts. 
Then a probation officer recommended no jail time... 

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Female Athletes Must Take Matters Into Their Own Hands After Leadership Lets Man Win Weightlifting Meet | The Daily Caller

For USA Weightlifting policy to allow a male athlete to compete (and win) in the women’s category at the Masters National Championships in Reno is appalling; - LOLA POLLACK
"Over the last seven years, I’ve poured my heart into Olympic Weightlifting...
My accolades — a gold medalist at the 2023 U23 National Championships with a 200kg total, participation in over 25 competitions, nine national championships, a Pan American competition and a coaching certification — teeter on the edge of irrelevancy, as the sport I love becomes dominated by men pretending to be women...

Who really pays for Biden's "free-money"?

 

Iowa enacts law allowing police to arrest, deport some illegal immigrants | Blaze Media

Iowa enacts law allowing police to arrest, deport some illegal immigrants | Blaze Media

Reynolds stated, “The Biden administration has failed to enforce our nation’s immigration laws, putting the protection and safety of Iowans at risk.”

“Those who come into our country illegally have broken the law, yet Biden refuses to deport them. This bill gives Iowa law enforcement the power to do what he is unwilling to do: enforce immigration laws already on the books,” Reynolds added.

State Senator Janice Weiner (D) criticized the bill, calling it “a political stunt and a false promise that doesn’t contain the needed resources,” the New York Times reported.

Anti-Trump groups are quietly planning for a deepfake election crisis | Blaze Media

Do you trust that if a crisis does develop, the people behind 'the Deepfake Dilemma' won’t use it as an opportunity to benefit Joe Biden? - JUSTIN HASKINS 
"Dozens of prominent U.S. and state government officials, advocacy groups, and executives from big tech companies gathered in New York last month to participate in an important simulated election exercise.
The war game exercise imagined a fictional crisis in which AI-generated photos and videos are released on social media immediately before the 2024 election. 
  • The images appear to show election officials in Florida dumping ballots, in an apparent attempt to manipulate the election’s outcome.
  • The simulation also included phone calls to elderly voters in Arizona that featured AI-generated voices. The calls asked elderly voters to stay away from polling centers due to threats from radical militia groups...

AM Fruitcake

 

History for April 13

History for April 13 - On-This-Day.com 
Thomas Jefferson 1743 - 3rd U.S. President
  • 1861 - After 34 hours of bombardment, the Union-held Fort Sumter surrenders to Confederates.
  • 1959 - A Vatican edict prohibited Roman Catholics from voting for Communists.
  • 1970 - An oxygen tank exploded on Apollo 13, preventing a planned moon landing.
  • 1981 - Washington Post reporter Janet Cooke received a Pulitzer Prize for her feature about an 8-year-old heroin addict named "Jimmy." Cooke relinquished the prize two days later after admitting she had fabricated the story.
  • 1999 - Jack Kervorkian was sentenced in Pontiac, MI, to 10 to 25 years in prison for the second-degree murder of Thomas Youk. Youk's assisted suicide was videotaped and shown on "60 Minutes" in 1998.
  • 2002 - Venezuela's interim president, Pedro Carmona, resigned a day after taking office. Thousands of protesters had supported over the ousting of president Hugo Chavez.

Friday, April 12, 2024

Border Patrol sector apprehends more than 50 sex offenders with child abuse convictions | Blaze Media

Border Patrol sector apprehends more than 50 sex offenders with child abuse convictions | Blaze Media

More than 50 of those apprehended were convicted of sexual crimes against children, the post revealed.

“Since October 1, 2023, Del Rio Sector Border Patrol agents have apprehended 54 convicted sex offenders after illegally crossing the border and attempting to evade law enforcement. Our agents remain steadfast in safeguarding our border and protecting our communities,” Danley wrote.

One of the apprehended sex offenders was captured while crossing the border with a group of illegal immigrants who were attempting to evade law enforcement agents.

The way we were-----TRUTH about Benedict Arnold - Forgotten History

How Tuna is Harvested and Processed into Cans: The World's Most Expensiv...

SHOCK: Biden Administration Environmental Rules Estimated to Cost Americans Almost $1 Trillion By Ward Clark

That’s according to an analysis of new Environmental Protection Agency policies, such as electric vehicle mandates
"Now we see the cost; the environmental rules alone implemented by this administration (without input from Congress) are projected to cost Americans more than $845 billion...
Here's the thing: Most of the people supporting these policies, this agenda, are the ones who will be least affected by them. The politicians who mysteriously grow monstrously rich while earning rather modest salaries, the coastal urban liberal elites, are sheltered from most, if not all, of the worst effects of these policies. They can afford the extra cost.
You and I aren't so lucky...

Dave Agema - Sometime you just have to wonder how stupid people get elected into political offices and then pass stupid laws.

What kind of a law allows squatters to take your house in 30 days?
"What was the politician thinking? 
  • Does he work for the illegals and criminals? 
  • You bet! 
  • You can’t even shut off their utilities without a lawsuit filed against you.
America has gone crazy via stupid politicians. 
Don’t vote for them. 
That makes you one of the most stupid.

TERRIFYING: The true force behind the 'censorship industrial complex' | WND | by Around the Web

TERRIFYING: The true force behind the 'censorship industrial complex' | WND | by Around the Web

He warned that the strategy “codifies a war on wrongthink in this country,” based on the idea that “you can’t have an information environment that enables what we saw on Jan. 6.” He described as “terrifying” the idea that the federal government would take upon itself the task of “confronting the longterm contributors to domestic terror” in the context of the misinformation panics of the Trump-Russia collusion narrative and the COVID-19 pandemic.

Benz, the former State Department official, highlighted what he called the “foreign-to-domestic switcheroo,” noting that federal powers created to oppose terrorism in the War on Terror became tools to silence dissent at home.

10 Countries Where Americans are Not Welcome in 2024 - #travel #trip #is...

Hmmm. Ammo/gun sales up too.-----Costco selling up to $200 million in gold bars a month, Wells Fargo estimates

Costco selling up to $200 million in gold bars a month, Wells Fargo estimates - Jeff Cox
"...As an investment, though, it makes a lot of sense in these times...
  • Central banks have been large buyers of gold, especially in Asia...
“The move suggests that many foreign governments feel the need to hedge geopolitical outcomes that might be negative catalysts for other risk assets like stocks,”...

Lunch video-----Capitalism Doesn't Need Consumers Anymore...

Noon-toon

 

Feds reporting 'inconsistencies' in Fani Willis' use of federal grant cash | WND | by Bob Unruh

Feds reporting 'inconsistencies' in Fani Willis' use of federal grant cash | WND | by Bob Unruh

The report describes the verdict on Willis as a "bombshell" and explained it comes two years after Willis fired a whistleblower who had warned that her office was trying to misuse a $488,000 federal grant to buy "swag," computers and pay for travel.

Moron with immense power!

 

More money-making (for themselves) lies from the climate hysterics. -----‘Blatant Violations’: Watchdog Challenges Key Data Used by Biden Admin to Push Sweeping Climate Agenda

The billion-dollar disasters (BDD) data...is based on opaque data derived from questionable accounting practices, PPT alleges in the complaint. - From The DAILY CALLER - NICK POPE
"Protect the Public’s Trust (PPT) filed the complaint with the Commerce Department over the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA)Billions Projectdataset, which purports to keep track of natural [and climate] disasters that have caused at least $1 billion in damages going back to 1980. 
The billion-dollar disasters (BDD) data — cited frequently by the Biden administration to insinuate that climate change is intensifying and justify sweeping green policies — is based on opaque data derived from questionable accounting practices, PPT alleges in the complaint...

Answer? America today!

 

Biden's open-borders "gift".-----Much Stronger Than Fentanyl, Nitazenes Present Looming Crisis | The Epoch Times

A new killer has emerged in the illegal drug market, leaving a trail of bodies in its wake. - By George
"Synthetic opioids called nitazenes—as much as 20 times more potent than fentanyl—have infiltrated street drugs from heroin to benzodiazepines, catching unsuspecting users in a web of addiction and overdose death.
These opioids have evaded authorities and fueled a silent epidemic, presenting novel dangers that law enforcement is only beginning to grasp...
Although it’s theorized that these compounds are coming from China, “nobody really knows for sure,”...

#1 This day 1968-----BOBBY GOLDSBORO - HONEY

Harm Reduction Is a Myth DAVID STROM

"Harm reduction" doesn't reduce harm to addicts; it spreads the harm around so that everybody gets to enjoy living in a trash heap of a city...
  • One of the nice-sounding and disaster-creating policies of the past few years is the insistence that "harm reduction" is superior to enforcing laws against illegal drug use.
  • Who doesn't wish that addicts could be helped to lead safer, healthier, and less crime-ridden lives and hurried along the path to recovery?...
The problem is that this noble sentiment is, as with so many others, sentimental tripe. 
"Harm reduction" doesn't reduce harm to addicts; it spreads the harm around so that everybody gets to enjoy living in a trash heap of a city...

Know the TRUTH!

 

Harvard promotes segregated 'Affinity Celebrations' for graduates that it insists are not real graduations | Blaze Media

Harvard promotes segregated 'Affinity Celebrations' for graduates that it insists are not real graduations | Blaze Media

Harvard University is promoting segregated graduate ceremonies that it insists are not hosted by the school and do not serve as actual graduation ceremonies. The ceremonies were first noted by journalist Christopher Rufo, who listed the school's event dates on his X page. Documentation for the events is limited and reportedly includes just one public posting at the time of this publication. Harvard's Office For Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging listed 10 different affinity celebrations in a recently unearthed document.

Where "free-money" is everywhere!-----New Hollywood-style Detroit sign installed along I-94 ahead of NFL Draft

New Hollywood-style Detroit sign installed along I-94 ahead of NFL Draft
"...The thought is to make sure when our visitors come in to the city to visit Detroit, some for the first time, they’ll be welcomed by the gateway signage," said Deputy Chief Operating Officer Jessica Parker. "We partnered with the neighbors. We wanted to make sure that they had input. We wanted to include them with this process so it’s not just the city doing it, it’s the community."...

AM Fruitcake

 

History for April 12

History for April 12 - On-This-Day.com
Tom Clancy 1947 - Author
  • 1861 - Fort Sumter was shelled by Confederacy, starting America's Civil War.
  • 1877 - A catcher's mask was used in a baseball game for the first time by James Alexander Tyng.
  • 1892 - Voters in Lockport, New York, became the first in the U.S. to use voting machines.
  • 1945 - In New York, the organization of the first eye bank, the Eye Bank for Sight Restoration, was announced.
  • 1945 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt died in Warm Spring, GA. He died of a cerebral hemorrhage at the age of 63. Harry S Truman became president.
  • 1961 - Soviet Yuri Alexeyevich Gagarin became first man to orbit the Earth.
  • 1988 - The Chinese government named a new array of younger leaders to ensure economic reform.

Thursday, April 11, 2024

New Blaze Media doc exposes shady stock-trading from 'filthy rich' Democrats and Republicans in Congress | Blaze Media

New Blaze Media doc exposes shady stock-trading from 'filthy rich' Democrats and Republicans in Congress | Blaze Media

Rep. Gaetz even takes Poulos on a tour of Capitol Hill, walking past or visiting the offices of some of the worst stock-trading offenders, including Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.), currently under federal indictment for bribery, and Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), whose net worth has skyrocketed in the last 15 years or so from $21 million in 2008 to a current net worth somewhere between $300 and $350 million, the documentary claimed.

The way we were-----RAAF Hero: The "Firebug."

The state of the National Health Service and why using private hospitals...

Unwanted EVs Pile Up At Ports

Ports across Europe are choked with unsellable EVs. that continue to pour in from China - Chris Farmer • Gloucester • Reform UK
"Net zero, madness-Climate zealots in government who are attempting to impose EVs on the public by mandating them onto dealers and threatening to ban the production of diesel and petrol powered vehicles are now seeing the painful consequences of their actions
  • Not enough people want EV
  • They are twice as heavy; travel half as far; are more expensive; costly to insure; they have little secondhand value; they are not green;
  • They perform badly in cold weather or underload; and
  • They tend to spontaneously burst into flames; sometimes locking their passengers inside!
  • Even with massive discounts, They can’t sell them...

"...changes in atmospheric CO2 concentration did not cause temperature change in the ancient climate [nor does it in present climate]--Scientists Skeptical of Anthropogenic Global Warming

Correlation does not imply causality, but the absence of correlation proves conclusively the absence of causality.
"Atmospheric CO2 concentration and Ξ”RFCO2 are generally uncorrelated with T.
This study demonstrates that changes in atmospheric CO2 concentration did not cause temperature change in the ancient climate [nor does it in present climate]...
https://www.mdpi.com/2225-1154/5/4/76
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Scientists just test-fired a cloud device over American soil with the ultimate aim of blocking sunlight | Blaze Media

Scientists just test-fired a cloud device over American soil with the ultimate aim of blocking sunlight | Blaze Media

The USS Hornet may be a decommissioned aircraft carrier, yet it has nevertheless become the launch-site for a controversial new war in the skies. The Marine Cloud Brightening Program's Coastal Atmospheric Aerosol Research and Engagement project, led by researchers from the University of Washington, took to the deck of the Hornet Tuesday to launch streams of particles into the sky above the San Francisco Bay. Their ultimate objective is apparently to block and reflect sunlight in hopes of limiting "global warming."

Restaurant Adding 'Labor Fee' to the Cost of Its Meals

We elect the WORST people to spend our money and make important decisions!-----Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee: The Moon is "Made Up Mostly of Gases" | Frontpage Mag

"How could we as humans live on the moon? Are the gases such that we could do that?” Daniel Greenfield
"Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee served as a member of the House Science Committee and the Ranking Member on the Space and Aeronautics Subcommittee.
And has spent almost 30 years in Congress.
She’s also an almost unbelievable idiot.
There was a story going around that Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee when visiting the Johnson Space Center asked whether the Mars Pathfinder would be able to find “the flag the astronauts planted there before”.
Rep. Lee’s people denied that one up and down. Unfortunately for her, this one was caught on video.

Lunch video-----Trickle of truth

"Multiple studies have shown an increased risk of myocarditis after vaccination with mRNA encoding SARS-CoV-2 spike protein.

Noon-toon

 

Media attempts to obscure that suspect accused of sexually assaulting young girls in Michigan is an illegal alien | Blaze Media

Media attempts to obscure that suspect accused of sexually assaulting young girls in Michigan is an illegal alien | Blaze Media

He was also issued an immigration detainer because he is a Mexican national who illegally broke into the U.S. at some point. However, those interested in learning about the case but who have a habit of reading only article headlines likely missed that important fact. The following is a list of headlines about the case that popped up after a basic internet search:

First, they came for your jeans...

 

At a Historic Low, Air Force Fleet Size Will Keep Shrinking, Top Planner Says

At a Historic Low, Air Force Fleet Size Will Keep Shrinking, Top Planner Says - Chris Gordon
"...In its fiscal 2025 budget, the Air Force plans to reduce its fleet below 5,000 aircraft for the first time in its history as an independent service...
Moore said the service had to make tough choices due to the Fiscal Responsibility Act, which capped spending at a one percent rise in fiscal 2025 before inflation...a key reason the Air Force says it can only afford 60 new fighters—42 F-35s and 18 F-15EXs—in 2025 instead of its long-term goal of 72 new fighters per year...
But Moore was clear: if the service had a bigger budget, it would have more airplanes...

Keep in mind!

 

Lisa Cook's new plagiarism scandal was entirely predictable

When I got my hands on her tenure packet I found that her own econ department voted against tenuring her, and her case had to be overruled by the Dean on the basis of diversity. - KARLSTACK ECONOMICS - CHRISTOPHER BRUNET
I woke up yesterday to a Google Alert that Sheryl Sandberg's niece, Maya, was calling me racist in the Harvard Crimson...
























#1 This day 1982-----Joan Jett & the Blackhearts - I Love Rock 'N Roll (Official Video)

Buying votes with hate and envy-----Texas Democrat Has a New Idea on How to Provide Black Americans With Reparations

one of the biggest problems with the proposal is that some black people already aren’t paying taxes... - Madeline Leesman
"Texas Democrat Rep. Jasmine Crockett reportedly suggested that black Americans should be exempt from paying taxes as a form of reparations...
Crockett then argued that reparations in some form are necessary.
“So many black folk, not only do you owe for the labor that was stolen and killed and all the other things, but the fact is we end up being so far behind.”
It is at that point that she suggests one of the biggest problems with the proposal is that some black people already aren’t paying taxes...


We don't trust the entire bunch of liars!

 

Columbia indefinitely suspends students after an anti-Israel event featuring a speaker with links to terrorism | Blaze Media

Columbia indefinitely suspends students after an anti-Israel event featuring a speaker with links to terrorism | Blaze Media

Columbia University has indefinitely suspended four students after they took part in an anti-Israel event last month that featured a speaker who was "known to support terrorism."

Climate Change and EnvironMental issues. | Facebook

Climate Change and EnvironMental issues. | Facebook David McNally 
Senator Gerard Rennick - 
“...In a new study, over 13,000 islands were assessed for coastal change over the last three decades (1990-2020).
Only 12% of these islands experienced significant shoreline change during this period. 
  • Thus, approximately 88% of the islands had stable coasts − neither substantial erosion nor accretion...
The scientists point out that for the islands experiencing coastal erosion in recent decades, sea level rise was not a primary or predominant causal factor. This is “contrary to initial assumptions.”
  • Another day, another climate change lie exposed.

AM Fruitcake

 

History for April 11

History for April 11 - On-This-Day.com 
Ellen Goodman 1941 - Syndicated columnist
  • 1898 - U.S. President William McKinley asked Congress for a declaration of war with Spain.
  • 1921 - Iowa became the first state to impose a cigarette tax.
  • 1945 - During World War II, American soldiers liberated the Nazi concentration camp of Buchenwald in Germany.
  • 1947 - Jackie Robinson became the first black player in major-league history. He played in an exhibition game for the Brooklyn Dodgers.
  • 1970 - Apollo 13 blasted off on a mission to the moon that was disrupted when an explosion crippled the spacecraft. The astronauts did return safely.
  • 1981 - U.S. President Ronald Reagan returned to the White House from the hospital after recovering from an assassination attempt on March 30.
  • 2001 - China agreed to release 24 crewmembers of a U.S. surveillance plane. The EP-3E Navy crew had been held since April 1 on Hainon, where the plane had made an emergency landing after an in-flight collision with a Chinese fighter jet. The Chinese pilot was missing and presumed dead.

Wednesday, April 10, 2024

News giant pushes journalists to avoid reporting 'other side' | WND | by WND Staff

News giant pushes journalists to avoid reporting 'other side' | WND | by WND Staff

A commentary from The Daily Signal's Tyler O'Neil blasts AP, the legacy wire service launched in those historic days when telegraph wires linked cities, for its climate agenda that now includes having reporters refuse to include the "other side" in stories on its ideologies. O'Neil is managing editor at the Signal, and explained the newest leftism comes from the AP's "style guide," which for years has been used by reporters across the industry to standardize grammar, spelling and more.

The way we were-----Woodrow Wilson: World War I and the League of Nations | 5-Minute Video

Teachers Unions vs Students

Give him money, he'll stop the change!-----UN climate chief presses for faster action, says humans have 2 years left 'to save the world'

...even less time to act to get the FINANCES behind such a massive shift...  
"OXFORD, England (AP) — Humanity has only two years left “to save the world” by making dramatic changes in the way it spews heat-trapping emissions and it has even less time to act to get the finances behind such a massive shift, the head of the United Nations climate agency said...
United Nations executive climate secretary Simon Stiell said Wednesday he knows his warning may sound melodramatic. 
But he said action over the next two years is “essential.”...
Who exactly has two years to save the world? 
The answer is every person on this planet,” Stiell said...