Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Erico Matias Tavares on LinkedIn: "130 tons of steel just for the base of this windmill.

Erico Matias Tavares on LinkedIn: "130 tons of steel just for the base of this windmill. 

Lunch video-----Extreme Fraud At The Union Of Concerned Scientists

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Twitter Suspends Angel Mom’s Account For Criticizing Kamala Harris | The Daily Caller

Image result for wikicommons images Mary Ann MendozaTwitter Suspends Angel Mom’s Account For Criticizing Kamala Harris | The Daily Caller:

Twitter suspended the account of the mother after she made a series of tweets that were critical of Harris’ stance on illegal immigration and sanctuary cities, according to Breitbart News.

NEVER trust the lying media-----After 50 Years, the Press Is Still Whitewashing Chappaquiddick

After 50 Years, the Press Is Still Whitewashing Chappaquiddick
"Fifty years ago this week, two major events in American history occurred within 48 hours of each other. 
The second one, an American astronaut walking on the Moon, drew focus away from the first one: Chappaquiddick. 
On the night of July 18, 1969, Ted Kennedy drove his car off a bridge and left Mary Jo Kopechne to die. 
And he got away with it, in part because just two days later, the whole world was looking up at the sky and not at Ted's fake neck brace.
Of course, Ted was a good liberal and a member of a fervently worshipped political dynasty, and he said all the things Democrats wanted to hear. 
So for half a century, our moral, ethical, and intellectual betters in the media have done everything they can to diminish and dismiss his actions.
 Sure, a woman was killed, but Ted never got to fulfill his destiny as president of the United States. 
And besides, he'd already suffered the horror of his two brothers being assassinated. 
Wasn't that punishment enough? 
Do we really need to keep rehashing minor little details about the distant past?
Which is why we still see things like this:
50 years ago today, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy left a party on Chappaquiddick Island near Martha's Vineyard with Mary Jo Kopechne, 28; some time later, Kennedy's car went off a bridge into the water. Kennedy was able to escape, but Kopechne drowned.

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Racism alert: 32% Democrats say white pols can't criticize blacks - Washington Times

Image result for you can't criticize meRacism alert: 32% Democrats say white pols can't criticize blacks - Washington Times:
"In what has to be one of the most interesting polls of the day, Rasmussen Reportsfinds that “one-in-three Democrats think it’s racism any time a white politician criticizes a politician of color.”
Think what that means..."
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#1 This day 1980-----Billy Joel - It's Still Rock and Roll to Me (Official Video)

Climate Swindle: Meet The New Scare, Same As The Old Scare | Climate Dispatch

history of failed predictions cartoonClimate Swindle: Meet The New Scare, Same As The Old Scare | Climate Dispatch
"This month, The Wall Street Journal celebrated its 130th anniversary by republishing salient articles spanning that period, including this retrospectively illuminating report from February 2, 1978:
A climatic disaster, triggered by the continued burning of oil and coal, could result in the submergence of much of Florida, Holland and other low-lying areas in the next 50 years, an Ohio State University scientist predicted…
“I contend that a major disaster – a rapid five-meter rise in sea level caused by deglaciation of West Antarctica – may be imminent or in progress, after atmospheric carbon dioxide has only doubled,” John H. Mercer, a glacier geologist, asserted.
Sounds pretty grim..."
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Sen. Bob Menendez Obstructs Key Votes In Foreign Relations Committee | The Daily Caller

Sen. Bob Menendez Obstructs Key Votes In Foreign Relations Committee | The Daily Caller:
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Democratic New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez has been denying key votes and hearings as the ranking member on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, including a vote on the nomination of Kelly Craft to U.N. ambassador.
“Committee members have a right and responsibility to vote, and Menendez is actively working to deny not only votes but also hearings,” a Senate aide told the Daily Caller. “Menendez is corrupting the historic integrity of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and taking away the tradition of comity that has been a hallmark of this committee’s work.”

Michelle Malkin Calls Out Lutheran Refugee Contractor as Anti-Trump Political Agitator – Frauds, Crooks and Criminals

Michelle Malkin Calls Out Lutheran Refugee Contractor as Anti-Trump Political Agitator – Frauds, Crooks and Criminals


"If you were shocked by the images of the Mexican flag flying over an Aurora, Colorado, immigration detention center this weekend, you’ll be appalled at an even more disgusting spectacle: One of the top promoters of the so-called Lights for Liberty nationwide protests by Trump-hating, ICE-bashing radicals was a nonprofit religious organization known as the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service. (LIRS)

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Krishanti Vignarajah leads the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service following the controversy that saw its previous CEO ousted in 2017. 

As a designated “host,” LIRS played a key role in publicizing, organizing and participating in demonstrations against President Donald Trump’s deportation enforcement actions targeting some 2,000 illegal immigrants and their families who have ignored removal orders or skipped out on court hearings..."
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History for July 23

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Arthur Treacher 1894, Ronnny Cox (Daniel Ronald "Ronny" Cox) 1938 - Actor ("Beverly Hills Cop"), Don Imus 1940 - Radio personality
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Woody Harrelson 1961 - Actor ("Cheers"), Philip Seymour Hoffman 1967 - Actor ("Capote"),
Alison Krauss 1971 - Singer, musician
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1904 - The ice cream cone was invented by Charles E. Menches during the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis, MO.
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1984 - Miss America, Vanessa Williams, turned in her crown after it had been discovered that nude photos of her had appeared in "Penthouse" magazine. She was the first to resign the title.
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Monday, July 22, 2019

Socialists are the enemy -- and that's not racist to say - Washington Times

Socialists are the enemy -- and that's not racist to say - Washington Times:
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But the president’s message is valid.
Simply put: Socialists — which is what Democrats have become — don’t belong in America’s government. They have no business representing the people. They have no right taking the oath of office; of swearing to defend the Constitution from enemies both foreign and domestic. It’s all a lie.
They’re the very enemies from whom Americans need defense and protection.
And what’s more, no matter how the left, including the many in today’s mainstream media, like to spin — saying so is not racist.

The way we were-----The Grass Roots - I'd Wait A Million Years - [STEREO]

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Very quietly, Trump may have just saved 43,000 lives

Very quietly, Trump may have just saved 43,000 lives
"It's been going on for years: patients waiting for years for a life-saving kidney donation, and sometimes dying as they waited in those long, long lines. 
Kidney patients are most prominent among those waiting in line, but that's only because those waiting for other kinds of organs die so quickly that they can't wait in any line at all.
Johns Hopkins University economist Steve Hanke at Forbes points out a very little-reported story involving President Trump, who just days ago quietly signed an executive order that could save as many as 43,000 lives of the waiting kidney patients.  
His order involved several compassionate measures to make their lives easier, but perhaps the best one will involve increasing the supply of available kidneys by as much as 50% by 2030, which is the aim..."
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Get A Haircut, Kid? Forget About It – Michigan Capitol Confidential

Get A Haircut, Kid? Forget About It – Michigan Capitol Confidential:
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  • Teachers union resolves to oppose 'hair discrimination'
  • The country’s largest teachers union is taking a stand against “hair discrimination.”
The National Education Association resolved at its recent annual conference to educate its members about the negative impact of excluding students from school activities due to their natural hairstyles. The resolution aims to halt students’ natural hairstyles from “being modified by any school officials, school staff, referees or any other individuals in a public school or higher education environment.”
The practice of hair discrimination impacts students’ well-being, self-image, and social interactions,” the NEA resolution stated.
 “We should support and respect all people regardless of their differences.”...."

The Supreme Court Might Overturn One Of Justice Stevens’s Landmark Decisions | The Daily Caller

The Supreme Court Might Overturn One Of Justice Stevens’s Landmark Decisions | The Daily Caller:
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Late Justice John Paul Stevens left a far-reaching legal legacy in his 34 years on the Supreme Court, writing landmark decisions on presidential powers, property rights and the death penalty.
Yet the endurance of his legacy might be an open question. The Supreme Court signaled weeks before Stevens died Tuesday it might overturn one of his most significant opinions, a 1984 decision called Chevron v. National Resources Defense Council.

FLASHBACK 2001: Before Donald Trump The Left Accused Conservatives of Being “racist...

See the source imageInstapundit Blog Archive FLASHBACK 2001
FLASHBACK 2001: Before Donald Trump The Left Accused Conservatives of Being “racist,” “homophobe,” “sexist,” “mean-spirited,” “insensitive” and much more.
Related:Years Before Trump Ran, Democrats Labeled Republicans As Sub-Human Haters.
The above two links only go back to 2001 through 2017, but FDR was retroactively insinuating that Calvin Coolidge was a Nazi in 1944, and Walter Cronkite was doing the same to Barry Goldwater 20 years later. 
A lie repeated for a three-quarters of a century by the side of the aisle that controls the culture just might gain a bit of traction eventually…Posted by 

While the world obsesses micro-annoyances----- on Don Surber: Highlights of the News

Image result for chicago second mass-shootingDon Surber: Highlights of the News
"...ITEM 9: CWB Chicago reported, "Seven people, mostly women, were shot early Saturday near the entrance to Theater on the Lake, 2401 North Lake Shore Drive, according to police and a CPD source.
No one is in custody.
It is the second mass-shooting incident in the area since June 6th..."
Much here, click on.

Lunch video-----D'Souza: Democrats And Slavery

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House Republicans Want Nellie Ohr’s Oppo Research Of Trump’s Family: Report | The Daily Caller

House Republicans Want Nellie Ohr’s Oppo Research Of Trump’s Family: Report | The Daily Caller:
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House Republicans are reportedly seeking documents from former Fusion GPS contractor Nellie Ohr related to her research into President Donald Trump’s family, including his wife and children.
During a congressional interview Oct. 19, 2018, Ohr said while she worked for Fusion GPS, the firm behind the infamous Steele dossier, she compiled open-source research on the travels and business activities of Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump, and Trump’s wife, Melania.

#1 Movie this week 1963-----1963 Cleopatra - Movie Trailer

Reporter asks Trump about plastic straws as Iran seizes two vessels

Reporter asks Trump about plastic straws as Iran seizes two vessels
"President Trump was asked if he was "in favor of banning plastic straws" by a reporter on Friday afternoon, just a short time after an Iranian provocation in the Strait of Hormuz.
"Are you in favor of banning plastic straws?" a reporter asked the president outside the White House.
"I do think we have bigger problems than plastic straws. You know, it’s interesting about plastic straws. So you have a little straw, but what about the plates, the wrappers, and everything else that are much bigger and they’re made of the same material?
So the straws are interesting, everybody focuses on the straws, there’s a lot of other things to focus on. It’s an interesting question."


#1 This day 1975-----The Hustle - Van McCoy and the Soul City Symphony

Obama's Administration Helped With Russian Collusion Hoax

Obama's Administration Helped With Russian Collusion Hoax
"On Thursday, Judicial Watch and The Daily Caller News Foundation released 84 pages of documents revealing that the Obama State Department was central to advancing the Russian collusion hoax narrative prior to the 2016 presidential election.
See the source imageIncluded in the documents is “a September 2016 email exchange between then-Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland and Special Coordinator for Libya Jonathan Winer, a close associate of dossier author Christopher Steele, discussing a ‘face-to-face’ meeting on a ‘Russian matter.’”
According to an op-ed Winer wrote for The Washington Post in 2018, also in September 2016, “Steele and I met in Washington and discussed the information now known as the “dossier… I prepared a two-page summary and shared it with Nuland, who indicated that, like me, she felt that the secretary of state needed to be made aware of this material.”
The documents obtained by Judicial Watch also show that State Department officials continued to use unsecure BlackBerry devices for the transmission of classified material more than a year after Hillary Clinton’s use of an unsecure, non-government email system was revealed..."
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RNC spokeswoman on why American flags are being sent to Pelosi, Schumer and other Dems | Fox News

RNC spokeswoman on why American flags are being sent to Pelosi, Schumer and other Dems | Fox News:

Image result for flickr commons images U.S. FlagRepublican National Committee spokesperson Liz Harrington said Friday on "Fox & Friends First" that Republicans are not going to apologize for America’s history and the Democrats should condemn anti-American sentiments within their own party.
Harrington spoke about the RNC's decision to mail an American flag alongside a copy of the United States Flag Code and a letter from the Republican Party to dozens of Democratic officials, including presidential candidates and congressional leaders.
“The Democratic Party, unfortunately, seems to have a problem with the flag these days,” said Harrington, as she explained the not-so-subtle message.

Are Millennials Spending Too Much Money On Coffee? - Slashdot

See the source imageAre Millennials Spending Too Much Money On Coffee? - Slashdot
"An anonymous reader quotes the Atlantic:
Suze Orman wants young people to stop "peeing" away millions of dollars on coffee. Last month, the personal-finance celebrity ignited a controversy on social media when a video she starred in for CNBC targeted a familiar villain: kids these days and their silly $5 lattes. Because brewing coffee at home is less expensive, Orman argued, purchasing it elsewhere is tantamount to flushing money away, which makes it a worthy symbol of Millennials' squandered resources...

In the face of coffee shaming, young people usually point to things like student loans and housing prices as the true source of the generation's instability, not their $100-a-month cold-brew habits... Orman and her compatriots now receive widespread pushback when denigrating coffee aficionados, a change that reflects the shifting intergenerational tensions that are frequently a feature of the post-Great Recession personal-finance genre. The industry posits that many of the sweeping generational trends affecting Americans' personal stability -- student-loan debt, housing insecurity, the precarity of the gig economy -- are actually the fault of modernity's encouragement of undisciplined individual largesse. In reality, those phenomena are largely the province of Baby Boomers, whose policies set future generations on a much tougher road than their own. With every passing year, it becomes harder to sell the idea that the problems are simply with each American as a person, instead of with the system they live in. "There's a reason for this blame-the-victim talk" in personal-finance advice, the journalist Helaine Olen wrote recently. "It lets society off the hook. Instead of getting angry at the economics of our second gilded age, many end up furious with themselves."

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History for July 22

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Gregor Mendel 1822, Alexander Calder 1898, Bob Dole 1923
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Louise Fletcher 1934, Alex Trebek 1940, Willem Dafoe 1955
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1376 - The legend of the Pied Piper of Hamelin leading rats out of town is said to have occurred on this date.
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2004 - The September 11 commission's final report was released. The 575-page report concluded that hijackers exploited "deep institutional failings within our government." The report was released to White House officials the day before.
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