Archive for October 29th, 2021

History lesson

on October 29, 2021, 3:59 PM / in Bedtime Stories

Ok Biden walks into a bank to cash a check.  As he approaches the cashier he says, “Good morning, Ma’am, could you please cash this check for me?” Cashier: “It would be my pleasure sir. Could you please show me your ID?” Biden: “Truthfully, I did not bring my ID with me as I didn’t think there was any need […]

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Close as a Tick…..

on October 29, 2021, 10:30 AM / in State News

Nearly three-quarters of a million Virginians have voted ahead of the closely-watched race between former Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) and former Carlyle Group chief executive Glenn Youngkin (R), a contest that will provide a critical read on the political mood ahead of next year’s midterm elections. Polling in the race is unanimous: Almost no matter the model a pollster uses to divine which voters […]

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FDA: “We’re Never Going to Learn About How Safe the Vaccine for Children Is Until We Start Giving It”

on October 29, 2021, 10:22 AM / in International News

By Veronika Kyrylenko The Food and Drug Administration’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee met on Tuesday to discuss Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for children five through 11 years of age (full recording is available here). While the committee endorsed the shot in a 17-0 vote, one FDA panelist, Dr. Eric Rubin, made some unsettling remarks in regard to vaccines’ safety, saying, […]

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Year in Review: Before the Biden/Harris ‘Victory’

Year in Review: Before the Biden/Harris ‘Victory’

on October 29, 2021, 9:35 AM / in Opinion

The future of Liberty rests with tens of millions of grassroots American Patriots ready to defend it. “We should never despair… If new difficulties arise, we must only put forth new exertions and proportion our efforts to the exigency of the times.” —George Washington (1777) Fellow Patriots, having spent a considerable number of my 65 years analyzing national security, never in […]

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Who Decides What Kids Should Be Taught?

Who Decides What Kids Should Be Taught?

on October 29, 2021, 9:00 AM / in Opinion

Do parents have no right to object if the tenets of critical race theory — that America is shot through with “systemic racism,” that whites are privileged from birth and blacks oppressed — are taught as truth about the country to which they have given their loyalty and love? Virginia is a newly blue state, with a Democratic governor and […]

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White House considering payments of $450K — per person — to immigrant families separated at border

White House considering payments of $450K — per person — to immigrant families separated at border

on October 29, 2021, 8:52 AM / in National News

By Samuel Chamberlain  | New York Post The Biden administration is discussing paying out hundreds of millions of dollars to illegal immigrant families who were separated at the US-Mexico border under the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy in 2018, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. According to the Journal, the Departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and Health and Human Services are considering the payments in […]

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McAuliffe Campaign Accidentally Sends Fox an Email Revealing Effort to ‘Kill’ Their Story

McAuliffe Campaign Accidentally Sends Fox an Email Revealing Effort to ‘Kill’ Their Story

on October 29, 2021, 8:48 AM / in State News

By Nick Arama | RedState Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe created quite the stir when his campaign hired the Elias Law Group, spending $53,680 on their services. The Elias Law Group is the firm that Marc Elias started earlier this year. Marc Elias is known for taking on cases involving election challenges — he’s represented Democrats in contesting elections. That sparked many to […]

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Israel to Attack Iran? Washington Gives the Green Light to the ‘Military Option’

Israel to Attack Iran? Washington Gives the Green Light to the ‘Military Option’

on October 29, 2021, 8:39 AM / in International News

By Philip Giraldi | Strategic Culture Foundation | October 28, 2021 Some might recall candidate Joe Biden’s pledge to work to rejoin the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) which was a multilateral agreement intended to limit Iran’s ability to develop a nuclear weapon. The JCPOA was signed by President Barack Obama in 2015, when Biden was Vice President, and […]

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Report: Joe Biden’s Insane Plan to PAY $1 Billion to Illegal Aliens Separated by Trump’s Border Policy

on October 29, 2021, 8:26 AM / in Opinion

BY VICTORIA TAFT | PJ Media It isn’t bad enough that Joe Biden opened the U.S. southern border to all manner of criminals, cartels, coyotes, terrorists, and garden variety illegal aliens; now he’s devising an insane plan to pay a small fortune to the would-be border crashers kept out of the country by his predecessor, Donald Trump. This is no Babylon Bee spoof; […]

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Racine County Sheriff announces findings, says members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission committed election fraud

on October 29, 2021, 8:20 AM / in State News

The Racine County Sheriff announced the results of his investigation today that started with a complaint from a woman whose dead mother voted in the 2020 election. The bottom line finding was that members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission committed voter fraud in what the Sheriff called an “unusual surge in voting activity” at the care facility: FOX 6 – Racine […]

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Don’t blame boomers for destroying the planet

Don’t blame boomers for destroying the planet

on October 29, 2021, 8:13 AM / in Opinion

By Mary Dejevsky | The Spectator Anew charge has been added to the long list of ways in which we baby-boomers have supposedly blighted the prospects of the millennials. Along with our reluctance to downsize (despite the lack of decent retirement homes), the gold-plated pensions in our bank accounts (hollow laughter to that), and the future bequests we are squandering […]

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Gas prices up $1.25 a gallon over past year, home heating fuel costs expected to skyrocket this winter

Gas prices up $1.25 a gallon over past year, home heating fuel costs expected to skyrocket this winter

on October 29, 2021, 8:08 AM / in National News

By Bethany Blankley  (The Center Square) – U.S. gasoline prices reached a 7-year-high this week, with the national average of a regular gallon of gasoline rising to $3.399, up from $3.187 last month, AAA reports. Gasoline prices at the pump have gone up every day in the past 27 days, adding about 21 cents to the cost of a gallon of […]

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School As Leisure? Yep!

on October 29, 2021, 8:06 AM / in Opinion

Originally Published June 8, 2021 As I turn 69 tomorrow, and as I retire from fulltime academic work on July 31 (though I will continue to teach about two classes a semester), I am giving some thought to what the future might hold for me. Retirees often ask themselves, “How can I successfully transition from work to leisure?” For me, […]

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Fed’s Favorite Inflation Indicator At 30-Year-High As Savings Rate Plunges

Fed’s Favorite Inflation Indicator At 30-Year-High As Savings Rate Plunges

on October 29, 2021, 8:02 AM / in National News

BY TYLER DURDEN | ZERO HEDGE Americans’ income was expected to drop modestly (-0.3% MoM) in September and, of course, spending rise (+0.6% MoM) but incomes actually fell significantly more than expected, dropping 1.0% MoM (while spending rose 0.6% MoM as expected). Source: Bloomberg On the income side, wages for private workers dropped from 10.8% to 1.7%, the lowest since March 2021, while, wages […]

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Ballad CEO testifies before Congress on nursing shortage

Ballad CEO testifies before Congress on nursing shortage

on October 29, 2021, 7:59 AM / in National News

Ballad Health Chairman and CEO Alan Levine testified Tuesday before the U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health about several health-related issues, including the current nursing shortage. The subcommittee conducted a legislative hearing titled “Caring for America: Legislation to Support Patients, Caregivers, and Providers.” Levine was one of seven witnesses who provided testimony. Other topics […]

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Americans Must Stand Up And Say “I Will Not Comply” With Covid Mandates Right Now Or Face A Life Under Totalitarianism

on October 29, 2021, 7:55 AM / in Opinion

The world (led by the United States) has been under Covid tyranny for over 18 months now. At the very beginning of this masquerade, we were all taken off guard. No one then could have dreamed what the satanic eugenicists Bill Gates, Anthony Fauci, et al. had planned for us. For a few weeks, everyone gave the medical establishment the […]

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Sen. Tom Cotton: “Thank God you are not on the Supreme Court. You should resign in disgrace, Judge.”

on October 29, 2021, 7:32 AM / in Opinion

Exchange between Sen. Tom Cotton and Attorney General Garland on school board memo. Cotton concludes: “Thank God you are not on the Supreme Court. You should resign in disgrace, Judge.”

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Report: At least 59,000 meat workers caught COVID, 269 died

on October 29, 2021, 7:26 AM / in News

Editor’s Note: .46 percent (.00455) died. Not wanting to minimize the loss of life but I served in the military many years ago and would have loved that type of causality rate in combatants during any conflict. I congratulate the industry for protecting its workers. By JOSH FUNK | AP OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — At least 59,000 meatpacking workers caught […]

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Once nonpartisan and low-key, Knoxville City Council elections turn nasty

on October 29, 2021, 7:14 AM / in State News

By Tyler Whetstone | Knoxville News Sentinel Police cars. Masked robbers. Donald Trump’s yellow hair. The race for Knoxville’s City Council, once a nonpartisan respite from tribal county, state and national politics, has turned hyperpartisan and increasingly nasty. The lion’s share of attack ads and mailers, once unheard of in local races, has come from Republican-backed candidates and most inject an element […]

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The Politics 901: What are Kelsey’s reelection chances? It depends on how the maps are drawn

on October 29, 2021, 7:04 AM / in State News

Editor’s Note: If all of this is about politics and the claims made by the Justice Department are incrementally false then we are in sadder shape in the state and the nation than I actually thought. There are some (always has been) that skirt the outer edges of the law in areas of the areas of business and politics. I […]

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