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@sunnyright: "The surest measure of how well Florida handled Hurricane Ian is how quickly it disappeared from the national media"

(H/T @Doc_0 RT )

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Wanna make a tree-hugger cry?

Soaring Global Coal Use Is Obliterating Emission Reductions Achieved in the U.S. Since 2005

Due to the failed Green movement & Russia cutting off Gas to the EU, nations including Germany & The Netherlands, are producing more coal as other energy sources become scarce.

China said it'll increase coal output by 300M tons this year & last month India also said it was looking to grow its domestic coal production 400M+ tons by the end of 2023.

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move is brilliant.
Musk now had god-like powers to dictate leadership/policy at Twitter.
With Musk’s other massive holdings he can leverage Twitter board into enforcing free speech absolutism.
Musk could also short his stock at anytime collapsing Twitter.


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Biden's disastrous first year. A stunning list of legislative and policy failures. Keeping track, for the record. This refers to Bills that were either introduced or discussed.

This is a short list of the Democrats' plans, policies and legislation which have all failed, either in Congress or in the planning stages, with no chance of passage in the future:


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It was THE conversation in 2006 growing up to full proximity in 2013. Bees were disappearing at a rate of 40% per year!

Then they didn't. Now there are billions of the busy insects and nobody knows what causes Colony Collapse Disorder any more than they did ten years ago, but the number of bees in the world keep...wait for it...GROWING.

It's all in who you ask.

just don't ask Greenpeace and the Sierra Club.

The satellite shots of the Tonga eruption are unbelievable. Praying for all affected people.

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Build Back Better: BLOCKED
Voting Rights: BLOCKED
Vax Mandate: BLOCKED

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Study on the NIH website: "COVID-19 and the Political Economy of Mass Hysteria"

Mass hysteria encouraged by media and the state can cause physical symptoms and is contagious. Damage can be easily mitigated by "mere information."

People fear Covid "to an extent not easily explainable by their own miniscule risk of death from it. It seems that many people believed in the existence of a killer virus far more mortal than SARS-CoV-2 actually is"

A great read.

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Word of the Day: Kakistocracy
From Wikipedia
A kakistocracy (/kækɪˈstɒkrəsi/, /kækɪsˈtɒkrəsi/) is a government run by the worst, least qualified, or most unscrupulous citizens.[1][2] The word was coined as early as the seventeenth century.[3]

“Special counsel John Durham’s indictments have turned any number of narratives on their heads, including the question of which 2016 presidential campaign was in bed with Russians. It wasn’t Donald Trump’s.”

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Those who label words as violence do so with the sole purpose of justifying violence against words.