Sean Hannity: This is what the FBI has been reduced to?

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The recent revelations by whistle blowers that agents were told to ignore Hunter Biden’s laptop in 2020 shed real light on what’s been going on at the FBI. Not only were they told to ignore plain as day evidence, they actively went out to spread disinformation as in working with Facebook to censor reports on the laptop as it was “Russian disinformation”, when in fact they knew it wasn’t.

Its easier to read the tea leaves now. We can see the 800 FBI files on Republicans to the Clinton White House wasn’t a mistake. Its easy to see the lawless mindset within the FBI with the documented wire taps and psy-op on MLK’s family. It makes accusations of involvement in the JFK assassination very plausible. And J Edgar’s control through blackmail of the Washington establishment.

Not to mention their completely illegal assassinations of Americans at Ruby Ridge and Waco.


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POLITICAL: Politicians should only be able to take contributions from within their district

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Billionaires Spend $3 Million Against Trump-Endorsed Kelly Tshibaka, Lisa Murkowski’s Opponent
Wendell Huseb 22 Aug 2022

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Billionaires from the L.I.S.A. super PAC have donated nearly $3 million against Trump-endorsed Alaskan Senate candidate Kelly Tshibaka, the opponent of establishment and pro-impeachment incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK).

L.I.S.A, which reportedly stands for “Leadership in a Strong Alaska,” only backs one candidate, Murkowski. The main PAC contributors are hedge fund managers Ken Griffin, John Arnold, and Louis Bacon, who, respectively, contributed $1.5 million, $500,000, and $50,000. “James and Kathryn Murdoch, the politically moderate heirs to the Murdoch media empire, have each given $250,000,” Forbes reported:

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I heard, on one of the many podcasts that I listen to, the idea that politicians should only be able to take campaign contributions from folks who can vote for them.

I like that idea.

Every politician should be…

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Citizen Tom

Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, an 1887 painting by Viktor Vasnetsov. From left to right are Death, Famine, War, and Conquest; the Lamb is at the top. (from here (

Here is the third post in this series.

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: How Much Money Do Our Leaders Want To Spend?

In this post we will consider why inflation seems to be such a complicated matter.

What Additional Factors Can Produce Inflation?

As we observed Part 1, inflation results when the money supply increases faster that the overall supply of goods and services. What does that mean? Well, even though the study of economics involves a lot of mathematics we don’t have to be mathematicians to understand the basic issues, but we do need to understand the terminology. So, here is some important jargon.

  • The money supply is the total amount of money—cash, coins, and balances…

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Anti-India Forces: Techniques And Agendas Exposed — Relogged

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Why would I reblog SANDOMINA‘s post?

  • India is already an important ally of the USA. In years to come I hope that our Lord will bless our alliance, and it will grow stronger.
  • Because men are basically the same everywhere, we can learn from each other.

Consider this observation.

I (@InsightGL) expose these techniques and agendas. The whole article is based on India but one can replace India with their own country’s name, and they would be surprised to note how relevant this article is across the globe, in any country.

Here is a link to SANDOMINA‘s post, Anti-India Forces: Techniques And Agendas Exposed (

Here is how the article SANDOMINA links to (his own) begins.

In the post-cold war era, India has moved from a policy of non-alignment to a policy of multi-alignment. This means that India…

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HOME Efficiency Rebate Roulette Under “Inflation Reduction” Act

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By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~

When it comes to energy, the misnamed Inflation Reduction Act is mostly about tax credits, but there are a few programs that actually spend taxpayer money. A truly wild one is the $4.3 billion dollar HOMES Rebate Program.

The Program’s full title is “HOME ENERGY PERFORMANCE-BASED, WHOLE-HOUSE REBATES.” Sorry to shout, but it is all caps in the law. Let’s just call it HOMES. The program pays people to do projects that make their homes more energy efficient. Nothing new about that, but HOMES wants to base the rebate on the actual energy savings. This gets wild fast.

In principle HOMES is a fascinating energy efficiency (EE) program, because it deals with a nasty topic called “the rebound effect.” Rebound means that after installing energy efficiency improvements, people use just as much energy, or even more than before.

Since efficiency makes energy cheaper…

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NY Times Cheers Friendly Neighborhood IRS; Frets Over Conservative Violence

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By Clay Waters ~

More liberal turnabout in the New York Times, as economics editor Deborah B. Solomon appeared in Wednesday’s Business section to defend yet another government agency from conservative “conspiracy theories,” this time the intrusive Internal Revenue Service: “I.R.S. to Conduct Security Review Amid Threats Agency and Staff.”

The Internal Revenue Service, which has been under sustained attack by Republican lawmakers and conservative outlets, is undertaking a “comprehensive” review of its security amid threats to the tax agency and its employees.

In a letter sent to staff on Tuesday, the I.R.S. commissioner, Charles P. Rettig, cited “an abundance of misinformation and false social media postings, some of them with threats directed at the I.R.S. and its employees.”

As a result, the agency is conducting a review of “existing safety and security measures” at its operations nationwide and has “increased engagement” with law enforcement and security agencies.

By now…

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While Rest Assured It Can Never Happen, What Would Global Decarbonization Actually Cost? Part III

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By Robert Lyman and Dr. Jay Lehr~

The Future

Even more guesswork is involved in estimating the costs that the countries of the world will bear to attain decarbonization by 2050. The International Energy Agency in 2021 projected that, to achieve a clean energy pathway, international public finance would have to provide about $40 trillion by 2030 and about $4 trillion per year from 2031 to 2050.[8]

The political class obsession in the wealthy countries to lower emissions with subsidizing expensive and utterly unreliable breezes and sunshine to generate electricity, and divesting in fossil fuels, have already put the cost of electrical power and fuel out of the reach of the poorest in the developed first world countries. The richer countries that have gone greennow have higher prices for gasoline per gallon and import crude oil to meet the demands of their…

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Politically Diseased NY Times Sees ‘Racism, Stigma And Fear’ In Name ‘Monkeypox’

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By Clay Waters ~

New York Times Health and Science reporter Andrew Jacobs made the August 24 edition with a ridiculous and ideologically diseased story on monkeypox, “Racism, Stigma and Fear: Why Experts Want Monkeypox Renamed.”

Are monkeys spreading monkeypox to humans?

Researchers say the answer is no. But recently in Brazil, the unfounded fear that monkeys transmit the virus to people has spurred an outbreak of violence against marmosets and capuchin monkeys, leading to the death of at least seven animals, according to Brazilian officials.


Just as the so-called Spanish Flu of 1918 wasn’t born on the Iberian Peninsula, the spread of monkeypox has little to do with monkeys. In fact scientists say that rodents are the most likely animal reservoir for the virus, which is a cousin of smallpox that made its first recorded leap to humans decades ago in the Democratic Republic of Congo. But in 1958, when…

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Patriot Humor – If It Looks Like A Monkey, Smells Like A Monkey…

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