Trump. Just asking.
Trump. Just asking.
On the other hand, countries like Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic reject diversity (aka Muslim migration) and as a result have some of the lowest crime and rape rates in Europe. Bare Naked Islam read more
I have more than one flaw, of course, but I usually I don’t talk about them. Today is an exception. I like to argue — the euphemism for that is debate — with people. Fortunately, because arguing is a relatively useless activity, I eventually tire of it and move on to something more useful.
Why is arguing largely useless? Well, the people I most disagree with are Liberal Democrats and Atheists. Like most of us, neither Liberal Democrats or Atheists are willing to admit what they believe or what they are doing might be wrong. Why? Pride.
Here are a couple of examples.
When I debated Lobotero, I made the following observation
You attack the religious belief and character of others. Then, when someone calls you on it, you don’t want to debate religion? Curious how that work.
Before we attack someone else, we need to examine our self.
View original post 1,245 more words
By Craig Rucker ~
Things in the world have gotten ugly.
Stocks are crashing. Inflation and gasoline prices are soaring. Poor and fixed-income families face growing hardships. Putin’s barbaric war in Ukraine rages on. And violent criminals and illicit drugs stream into America along with millions of “undocumented immigrants.”
But amid these crises, Team Biden remains laser-focused — on manmade climate change.
Climate czar John Kerry worries that the Ukraine war will “distract” the world from global warming, a problem he conjures will create more refugees than ever before once the world’s “entire food production capacity has collapsed.”
Our energy and transportation secretaries are similarly upset by a hypothetical climate apocalypse. They insist people need to rush out and buy $55,000 electric cars and charge them up with expensive “renewable” energy to lower their carbon footprint and avert an imminent global warming catastrophe.
The administration even cited climate change and…
View original post 562 more words
By Adam Houser and Craig Rucker ~
“Don’t mess with Texas!”
Unfortunately, “messing with Texas” is exactly what so-called “renewable” energy recently did with Lone Star residents.
In mid-February, extreme cold temperatures rocked the state, as well as much of the nation.
Yet, unlike the rest of America, Texas was also hit with widespread power outages leaving millions shivering in the cold. It is believed that dozens have died in the tragedy.
Texas gets approximately 24 percent of its energy from wind and solar, which is significantly more than the rest of the nation. The national average is only 3 percent from wind and solar. As the record cold hit Texas from February 8 to February 16, renewable power generation dropped from 24 percent to an abysmal 8.3 percent as turbines froze and solar panels were covered with snow.
In the weeks that followed, Leftist politicians and the media have…
View original post 944 more words
By Douglas Blair ~
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is suffering from a legitimacy crisis.
With that in mind, the CDC is attempting to recuperate its image and attempting to fix some of the perceived issues that plagued it during the pandemic.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has an issue with public trust. Its proposed solutions don’t inspire much confidence. Pictured: Rochelle Walensky, director of the CDC, testifies during a Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee hearing June 16, 2022. (Photo: Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images)
In a Wednesday statement, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said, “My goal is a new, public health action-oriented culture at CDC that emphasizes accountability, collaboration, communication, and timeliness.”
So, what are some of those proposed changes to make a new culture at the CDC?
CNN reports that the CDC plans to create a new equity office to…
View original post 726 more words
By Jarrett Stepman ~
The border has come to northern, blue cities—and Democrats aren’t handling it well.
July’s border numbers are in, and the Biden administration again has set an all-time record for unlawful crossings, surpassing 2021’s historic numbers.
Most legacy and corporate media dodged this historic crisis, which began almost immediately under President Joe Biden’s watch. It’s typically easy for the Acela corridor simply to ignore the plight of border states.
Many small border towns see hundreds of illegal immigrants show up every day for months on end, but the mayors of New York and the District of Columbia apparently are completely overwhelmed after just a few thousand migrants arrive on buses from the border. Pictured: New York City Mayor Eric Adams joins a June 11 march across the Brooklyn Bridge to protest gun violence. (Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
But red state governors, namely Greg Abbott of Texas and…
View original post 1,067 more words
By Bonner Cohen, Ph.D. ~
President Biden’s “incredible transition” to what he assures us will be a clean-energy future is not going down well with residents and public officials in south-central Idaho, who are up in arms over a proposed wind power project that will have as many as 400 giant turbines marring the area’s picturesque countryside.
Commissioners in Lincoln and Minidoka counties Aug. 15 independently adopted resolutions opposing the project that would go up on 73,000 acres of federal land under the jurisdiction of the Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM). They joined nearby Jerome County which adoptee a similar resolution in late July.
“The commissioners share the concerns of Lincoln County citizens and therefore the Board of Commissioners is opposed to the project,” the Lincoln County resolution said.
Lincoln County Commissioner Rebecca Wood told Bigcountrynewsconnection.com (Aug. 18) that the resolution was adopted to bring the concerns of…
View original post 442 more words
Democrats have been trying, actually striving, to find something that would click with their base to motivate them to come out and vote in November. So far, it’s been a big fat zero. Month after month, even the most liberal of mainstream media snowflakes have been forecasting a Republican wave the size of a tsunami. Apparently the Democrat base is listening to them. They aren’t listening to the party and the folks in Congress.
Dems were sure that when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade with the Dobbs v. Jackson decision (on a 6-3 vote), that the base would immediately catch fire and jump in line months early to vote Democrat. Actually the opposite has happened.
Pro-life voters are more likely to vote in the midterms with 70% of them saying they’ll be at the polling places come November 8th (or before). Only 52% of those that backed Roe…
View original post 431 more words