Coincidence or Somehow Related to Uranium One Activities

Since nothing about the sentencing and indictments appeared in the news until now for the Uranium One people, I have to wonder if somehow this group of indictments and sentences might also be tied into the whole mess as well. You decide. Connecticut Man Sentenced To 1 Year In Federal Prison For Conspiracy And Bribery DoJ Press Release January 10, 2018 Greenbelt, Maryland – United States District Judge Theodore D. Chuang sentenced Eugene Ostrovsky, age 57, of Stamford, Connecticut to a split sentence of 6 months imprisonment followed by two years of supervised release, the first 6 months of which … Continue reading

Dominoes Are Falling In Uranium One Deal – MSM Hid These Until Now

Dominoes Starting To Fall In Uranium One Deal     DoJ January 12, 2018 Greenbelt, Maryland – An indictment against a former co-president of a Maryland-based transportation company that provides services for the transportation of nuclear materials to customers in the United States and abroad, was unsealed today for his alleged role in a scheme that involved the bribery of an official at a subsidiary of Russia’s State Atomic Energy Corporation. Mark Lambert, 54, of Mount Airy, Maryland, was charged in an 11-count indictment with one count of conspiracy to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and to commit … Continue reading

Pipeline Bringing Prosperity to North Dakota

Controversial Oil Pipeline Bringing Prosperity to North Dakota   The Post via Punching Bag Media by Kerry Lear January 6, 2018 Even though the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline project has been operational for only the last six months, it is already bringing substantial prosperity to North Dakota. The oil production has surged, specifically 78,000 more barrels of oil were produced daily between September and October. The state also has 15 more drilling rigs operating this January compared to last year. Energy companies are saving costs on energy transportation. The oil is also no longer being moved to the Gulf … Continue reading

A Liberal Dose of Stupidity Leaving New England In Dangerous Situation This Winter

Fox Business reported on May 31, 2017 that the last coal-burning power plant in New England had been switched off in Somerset, MA. The Brayton Point Power Station has burned coal since 1963 along Mount Hope Bay in Somerset, near the Rhode Island border. It generated controversy for almost as long, with residents, fishermen and environmentalists decrying the damage that its cooling canals — nicknamed “killing canals” by activists in the 1970s — caused to fisheries. Ironically this closing was done practically the same day that Trump announced plans to withdraw from the climate change gathering. Brayton Point’s operators completed … Continue reading

Evidence Uncovered Showing Obama EPA’s Illegal Use of Social Media Platform for Propaganda

Judicial Watch Obtains Records from EPA Showing Obama Agency’s Illegal Use of Social Media Platform for Propaganda Judicial Watch November 27, 2017 ‘I don’t want it to look like EPA used our own social media accounts to reach our support goal’ – EPA Director of Web Communications (Washington, DC) — Judicial Watch obtained 900-pages of documents from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) which reveal the agency’s use of the mass-sharing Thunderclap social media platform to covertly promote its policies in violation of federal law. The documents show that EPA staffers, via the Thunderclap platform, recruited outside groups to lobby in support of the Clean Water Rule or … Continue reading

The $80,000 Yugo, Financed By Us Maggot Taxpayers

Four point nine billion dollars up front to Elon Musk for his Tesla companies … plus a $7,500 federal income tax credit and a $2,500 rebate to each and every buyer of the Tesla Model S automobile sold in the USA.  Set aside for a moment what we maggot taxpayers get in return and consider just what the virtue-signalling, eco-warrior purchasers of the Model S themselves get for $80,000:  An unreliable vehicle with the fit and finish of a 1970s Chevy.  A jackwagon for “special” people to be seen in (when it’s actually running.)  Golly gee, with deals like this … Continue reading

Germany Abandons “Green” Energy, Returns To Coal

You have got to say this about Angela Merkel:  She lies to EVERYbody, whether on the right or the left.  She lies to German conservatives and patriots about the net effect of importing hundreds of thousands of young Islamist males.  Now we discover she has lied to the German Green Party leftists about “sustainable”, renewable energy resources.  Wait for it …. Germany is not phasing out coal as a fuel for its power plants and steel mills.  And in light of Germany’s dedication to shuttering its nuclear power plants by 2022, coal will continue playing a significant role in Germany’s … Continue reading

Trump EO – Industrial Review – Through Preparedness, Confidence In Crisis

Assessing and Strengthening the Manufacturing and Defense Industrial Base and Supply Chain Resiliency of the United States   Executive Order dated July 21, 2017:  A healthy manufacturing and defense industrial base and resilient supply chains are essential to the economic strength and national security of the United States.   NextGov Joseph Marks July 21, 2017 President Donald Trump has signed an executive order to launch a cross-government study of whether the country’s manufacturers can fully supply the military’s needs during a war or lower-level conflict, officials said Friday. The review will investigate whether there are enough manufacturers to supply everything from … Continue reading

Neomi Rao Hits The Ground Running As The New Administrator of the OIRA

The Senate finally got around to confirming one of the many appointees Trump has requested after a contentious delay. Ms Rao was a law professor at George Mason University. Among her many skills was that she founded a free-market-oriented Center for the Study of the Administrative State at the university in northern Virginia. Her focus as a Trump appointee will be to continue Trump’s push to ease what advocates see as burdensome regulations.     According to an article written by Government Executive Management’s Charles Clark, nine days after she was confirmed by the Senate as administrator of OIRA, one of her … Continue reading

Saudis To Qatar: “There’s Nothing To Negotiate”

The last time the Islamic Arab nations experienced a rift of this magnitude may have been in 632 AD, when Muhammad’s followers divided over which of his sons was the rightful inheritor of the mantle of leadership of the Islamic world.  That argument laid the groundwork for the ongoing struggles between the Sunni and Shia sects. A group of moderate Arab Muslim nations (moderate by comparison to, say, Iran or Libya, that is), led by Saudi Arabia, have given an ultimatum to the rulers of Qatar, demanding that Qatar curb al-Jazeera’s spewing of “fake news” and “slander”; end Qatar’s funding … Continue reading

King Moonbeam Of The Nation Of California Inks Climate Deal With Chicoms

California Governor Jerry Brown, proving again that he’s smarter than the average bear, has trounced Trump and signed his own “climate accord” with a representative of The Peoples’ Republic of China, the nation said by many experts to be planet Earth’s biggest polluter.  Moonbeam Brown, never one to shy away from ego-powered publicity, sidled up to the communist regime in a two-pronged effort to both slap down our President and to show Brown’s support for thuggish statist regimes. http://www.breitbart.com/california/2017/06/07/jerry-brown-plays-president-signs-climate-deal-china/ Jerry Brown Plays President; Signs Climate Deal with China by Joel B. Pollak 7 Jun 2017 California Governor Jerry Brown signed … Continue reading

What John Kerry, Politicians, and Climate Change Have In Common …

A history of starts, stutters, transformations, false information, warnings, and fails… Liberals especially those in the public arena should remember that their houses if built upon unstable land tend to develop sinkholes.  Climate definitions: 1. the weather conditions prevailing in an area in general or over a long period;or, 2. the prevailing trend of public opinion or of another aspect of public life. Huffington Post-1/2015, “Save Us From Washington’s Visionaries-In (Modest) Praise of a Comforting Mediocrity” “Seldom have well-credentialed and well-meaning people worked so hard to produce so little of substance.” Getty Image   So John Kerry is freaking out over President … Continue reading

The Trump Effect? Or Just A Fight Over Money? Qatar Isolated By Moderate Arab States

Well, here’s a possible dagger to the heart of Barack Hussein Obama’s precious “legacy”:  Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the UAE, and Egypt have cut off all financial and diplomatic dealings with the state of Qatar.  Why?  There are two explanations.  First, the political one:  These states are reacting to Qatar’s long-term support and financing for The Muslim Brotherhood.  You will recall that Barack Hussein Obama and his Secretary of State Hillary Clinton channeled hundreds of millions of dollars as well as weapons to the Brotherhood via the government of Qatar, during their efforts to destabilize the mideast and call it the … Continue reading

That Pesky Paris Climate Agreement

That most people, especially liberals, have not read… 7 Reasons Trump is Right to Scrap the Paris Climate Deal American Liberty PAC June 1, 2017 BY D.E. Writers are apoplectic. Todd Stern at The Atlantic says such a move would be “indefensible.” At Slate, David McKean and David Wade said pulling out would be a huge mistake “because our planet is currently on a collision course with Mother Nature.” At the Washington Post, Greg Sargent complains that Trump’s rationale is “based on lies.” The seven reasons listed were: 1. The Senate never signed the agreement. This is kind of a … Continue reading

Official Trump-Pence News Release On Climate Deal Divorce

It is a rare pleasure to wake up the email server in the morning and find some good news.  Here’s the official broadcast message from Team Trump Pence about the climate accord.  As a native of Pittsburgh, I really appreciated and understood our President’s heart when he remarked that he pulled the US out of this crap deal because he is working “for people in Pittsburgh, not in Paris”.  Now y’all go enjoy your weekends, knowing that you will not be co-signing a check for 200 billion American Dollars made out to a bunch of globalist asshats! — SafeSpace — … Continue reading

President Trump: Time to Abolish Climate Alarmism in America

From American Thinker: By Leo Goldstein Donald Trump’s refusal to bow to climate alarmism causes sincere alarm among leftists. Compared to it, the investigation of Donald Trump’s alleged “Russian ties” looks like another desperate gambit. The climate agenda is much bigger than it seems; it moves hundreds of billions of dollars annually and demands trillions. The media coverage of the G7 summit was mostly about the climate agenda. In the ’90s, the science wasn’t settled regarding the numerical values of the effect of human-emitted infrared active gases and particulates. But there has never been evidence justifying alarm. Today, the science … Continue reading

Hard Rock Mining Rule by EPA on Hold For Now

  February 24, 2017 Scott Pruitt issued a press release that extended the hard rocking mining comment period on a December 2016 rule EPA proposed. They used the Superfund Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (42 U.S.C. §9601 et seq. (1980)) as their authority to issue the new rule. The act provides a Federal “Superfund” to clean up uncontrolled or abandoned hazardous-waste sites as well as accidents, spills, and other emergency releases of pollutants and contaminants into the environment. Through CERCLA, EPA was given power to seek out those parties responsible for any release and assure their cooperation in … Continue reading

Arizona’s Avra Valley – What Every State Should Consider About Water

FINALLY, some states have wised up and are putting into play water conservation methods long talked about by groups who have seen this time coming for many years! Western States Negotiate Drought Contingency Plan Despite Wet Winter Route Fifty Timothy Clark April 17, 2017 A visit to Arizona’s Avra Valley highlights advanced hydrological, technological and conservation solutions to the Tucson area’s water concerns. AVRA VALLEY, Ariz. — Here in the desert 15 miles from downtown Tucson, a remarkable engineering system is providing a reliable supply of water that’s the envy of other communities in the arid West. Twenty ponds, ranging … Continue reading