NY Times Sees Signs Of ‘Extremist Violence’: Owning Guns, Not Voting For Liz Cheney

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By Clay Waters ~

A long, overheated New York Times Sunday editorial, “The Republican Party and the Scourge of Extremist Violence,” was part of the paper’s hysterical editorial series The Danger Within, condescendingly “urging readers to understand the danger of extremist violence.” (Translated from Times-speak: “Keep voting Democrat!”

The paper extrapolated wildly from an appearance by the Proud Boys founder at a Republican club in Manhattan in 2018, after which there was a violent confrontation with left-wing protesters and some arrests.

From there the Times launched into one of its tiresome “Democracy Is At Stake” lectures and urged Republicans to purge their party, while sounding like a more-paranoid Paul Krugman column.

It has happened before. The Republican Party successfully drove the paranoid extremists of the John Birch Society out of public life in the 1960s. Party leaders could do so again for the current crop of conspiracy peddlers. Voters…

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Patriot Humor – Turkey Didn’t Kill Himself

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3 Ways Chinese Nuclear Buildup Threatens US National Security Interests

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By Patty-Jane Geller and Nathan Waite ~

The head of the U.S. Strategic Command, Adm. Charles Richard, recently alerted the world that when it comes to deterrence against China, “the ship is slowly sinking.”

That warning came on the heels of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s call for “a strong system of strategic deterrence,” a likely reference to Beijing’s nuclear arsenal, at the recent 20th Chinese Communist Party Congress.

A Jin-class nuclear submarine, Long March 10, of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy participates in a naval parade commemorating the 70th anniversary of the navy’s founding, in the sea near Qingdao, in China’s Shandong province, on April 23, 2019. (Photo: Mark Schiefelbein/ AFP/Getty Images)

Richard’s and Xi’s comments confirm what we have been learning about China’s buildup of its nuclear forces that have the potential to match—or even overtake—those of the United States.

Historically, China has maintained a…

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Save America’s Grid!

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By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~

It is no secret that America’s electric power grid is becoming unreliable. The secret is whose fault it is. Not knowing who to blame makes it hard to fix.

If I could get a show of hands I bet that almost no one has heard of the North American Electric Reliability Corporation. They are called NERC which rhymes with jerk. They are a private corporation endowed with federal authority to keep America’s lights on. NERC makes and enforces the regulations governing grid reliability in America. The looming threat of numerous blackouts is their fault. They have obviously failed to maintain reliability, which is their specific mission.

The grid is sick and getting sicker.

The reason for this growing unreliability is well established. It is the mad rush to replace reliable coals and nuclear power plants with weather dependent wind and solar power. This simply does…

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CNN Reporter Finds Daylight Savings Time ‘Sheds Light’ On America’s Structural Racism

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By Tim Graham ~

From the Everything Is Racist department, Paul Sacca at The Blaze pointed out that health reporter Jacqueline Howard ginned up a CNN.com article titled: “Daylight Saving Time sheds light on lack of sleep’s disproportionate impact in communities of color.

Surprise, surprise — Howard used to be a writer for The Huffington Post. It’s a lateral liberal move to CNN.

The latest inequity article began:

As the United States rolled back the clocks one hour this month to observe the end of Daylight Saving Time, many people got a bit more sleep than usual – but some not as much as others.

Growing evidence shows that lack of sleep and sleep disorders, such as obstructive sleep apnea, remain more prevalent in Black, Asian, and Hispanic or Latino communities, and these inequities can have long-term detrimental implications for physical health, even raising the risk of certain chronic…

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A Promising Sign For Nuclear Power In The United Kingdom

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By Jack Spencer ~

Is the Nuclear Renaissance real this time around?

Of course, that question is impossible to answer, but reports from the United Kingdom at least show that there is an opportunity.

The Times in the U.K. just reported that Rolls-Royce is in early talks with the global industrial firm Ineos to provide industrial power for a Scottish oil refinery.

Rolls-Royce is working on establishing a nuclear reactor to power an oil refinery in the United Kingdom, suggesting a nuclear renaissance. Pictured: Mechanical engineer Maddie Kearney operates a nuclear power test unit at the U.K. Atomic Energy Authority. (Photo: Leon Neal/Getty Images)

These sorts of uses are exactly what makes nuclear energy so attractive. That’s because refineries need constant power and unlike most renewable sources, nuclear produces that power 24 hours a day and seven days a week. Even the U.S. Department of Energy acknowledges that nuclear…

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GOP Leader: White House Attacks Against Musk Are ‘Offensive’

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By Autumn Johnson ~

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy says the White House’s plans to monitor Elon Musk’s pro-free speech policy changes at Twitter are “offensive.”

Fox News reported Tuesday that McCarthy discussed a number of topics, but particularly emphasized his belief that Republicans “will no longer let government go after people simply because of their political views.”

“That is offensive to me,” he said. “The government’s going to go after someone who wants to have free speech? What do they have to look at Twitter about? Do they want to go after the American public about whether they can have an opinion on something?”

McCarthy was referencing White House spokesperson Karine Jean-Pierre’s statement that social media platforms have a responsibility to “make sure that when it comes to misinformation, when it comes to the hate that we’re seeing, that … they take action, that they continue to take action.”…

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Kicking The Can

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I think it was two months ago that Joe Biden first came up with the fact that his administration needed to get involved with the pending rail strike in this country that effected some 12 different unions. I remember him saying that he was set to help both sides come to an amicable agreement. We’re two months down the road, and there are still differences. Big differences. In fact, the Biden administration has admitted that they can’t solve the impass. So what’s Joe to do?

Kick the can to Congress and tell them it’s their problem now!

This is just like Biden. If you look over the last two years of his presidency, he has time and time again taken the real heavy lifting topics, like the rail strike, and kicked it to someone else so he wouldn’t do the lifting. After all, the guy is 80 years old now!…

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What’s Left On Dems’ Agenda?

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Democrats are going to use the lame duck session of Congress to try and get as many of their liberal wish-list items through Congress and on to Joe Biden’s desk as they can before the next Congress takes over with Republicans at the helm in the House. And knowing the speed at which Congress has been working this term, they’ll be lucky to get some sort of budget resolution passed.

The list is long and complicated. And, with a 50/50 split in the Senate, it’s not a sure thing that either Kirsten Sinema or Joe Manchin are going to go along with the stuff. First and foremost, they need to address the elephant in the room, which is the December 16th deadline to fund the government without shutting it down. Then there’s the whole same-sex marriage codification, which should probably be a slam dunk since the Supreme Court has already…

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(Puppet) Biden Regime Wants to Wreck

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Here’s an interesting post from S.D. Wells on NewsTarget: “Top 5 facets of your life that the Biden Regime wants to WRECK for good.”

Wells expresses five “facets” that should concern Liberty-minded Americans. Wells states (his/herI have no idea who the person is except as a frequent author for Natural News & NewsTarget) case then lists the five facets at the end. For the sake of convenience, I’ll list the five facets and you can explore the reasoning below. AND it is some pretty decent reasoning:

(Puppet) Biden Regime Wants to Wreck

#1. Your immune system

#2. Your small-to-medium-sized business

#3. Your children’s morals and values system

#4. Your concept of democracy

#5. Your spirituality

I could have a problem with Number Four, because I have a pet peeve that the…

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