Debunking Solar and Wind Power as energy sources – impact on environment

HEY ENVIRONMENTALISTS – How come you and MSM are not talking about the serious problems that solar energy has on the environment? Talk about hypocrisy… Environmental Impacts of Solar and Wind Power Big two questions to answer: How many homes does a megawatt of power supply ? Can Americans, natural environments, and the world survive if more waterways, oceans, and lands are consumed by so-called renewable energy like solar and wind even though neither separately or together can meet even thirty percent of the world’s energy needs? The typical US home (US being the biggest consumer to date) uses about … Continue reading

Now the Germans Say Schrauben Sie den Neuen Grünen Deal

Another globalist power trip – literally – crashes and burns, in the process wasting hundreds of billions of dollars of western taxpayers’ money. The Reason Renewables Can’t Power Modern Civilization Is Because They Were Never Meant To by Michael Shellenberger   6 May 2019 https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaelshellenberger/2019/05/06/the-reason-renewables-cant-power-modern-civilization-is-because-they-were-never-meant-to/#d408433ea2b9 Over the last decade, journalists have held up Germany’s renewables energy transition, the Energiewende, as an environmental model for the world.  “Many poor countries, once intent on building coal-fired power plants to bring electricity to their people, are discussing whether they might leapfrog the fossil age and build clean grids from the outset,” thanks to the … Continue reading

Are Cheap Consumer Goods More Important Than National Security? “Yes” Say the Globalists

But, as observer Arnold Ahlert points out, this is but one of many sacrifices by American citizens that are deemed necessary by our intellectual betters in the Ruling Class.  Americans must also look the other way as many nations (with China leading the pack) treat their own workers like trash … imprison, silence, or murder dissidents … sell Americans defective and outright dangerous products with no legal remedy for personal damages caused … just so long as the elites continue controlling the playing field, and America is humbled into sharing (at gunpoint) its financial and intellectual wealth with thugs, petty … Continue reading

Trivia : May 16th

These things happened on this date in history…. Michael Jackson’s Moonwalk May 16, 1983 First TV broadcast of Michael Jackson‘s signature move, the Moonwalk. Michael Jackson performed the dance move during the song Billie Jean for the TV show Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever, which had been taped before a live audience March 25, 1983. First Known AIDS Death May 16, 1969 A 15-year-old St. Louis boy dies of a disease that baffled his doctors. In 1987 it was determined through stored blood samples that he had died of AIDS. First Laser May 16, 1960 Theodore Maiman emits the world’s first laser light. His laser utilized a synthetic … Continue reading

AG Barr Appoints New Headhunter

President Donald Trump and other Republicans have called for a special counsel to “investigate the investigators” after special counsel Robert Mueller’s report found that the president’s campaign did not collude with Russia to influence the 2016 presidential election. “I became President of the United States in one of the most hard fought and consequential elections in the history of our great nation .From long before I ever took office, I was under a sick & unlawful investigation concerning what has become known as the Russian Hoax. My campaign was being seriously spied upon by intel agencies and the Democrats. This … Continue reading

Trivia : May 15th

These things happened on this date in history…. Worst Movie Ever Made – Ishtar May 15, 1987 The film that would become synonymous with “box office flop,” Ishtar is released. Starring Warren Beatty and Dustin Hoffman with a production cost of $55 million, it made only $14 million at the box office. Although it maintains a strong cult following, many call it the worst movie ever made. Nylon Stockings May 15, 1940 Nylon stockings first go on sale across the U.S. Stronger and cheaper than silk stockings, they were an instant hit selling out all 4,000,000 pairs in four days. Prior to this, they were only available in … Continue reading

Citizenship question – who might come out the winner

I was checking on the Department of Commerce v. New York case 18-966. — you know it…the one where Pelosi and House Democrats put their mouths, minds, and signatures to a challenge that hit the ionosphere as they panicked over adding the citizenship question to the 2020 Census. It should be coming out very soon since the Census has a print date in June or July while roll out online will also be necessary to get ready. Now there is no way to foresee how the opinion will fall from those on the Supreme Court. There is though an inkling … Continue reading

Trivia : May 14th

These things happened on this date in history…. Skylab May 14, 1973 The U.S. space station Skylab is launched. About a minute after take-off a protective shield and a solar panel broke off, damaging the other solar panel in the process. The crew was sent up on the 25th and made repairs. Suzanne, the plans they made put an end to you May 14, 1968 Suzanne Schneer commits suicide. Her suicide was the inspiration for the lyrics in James Taylor‘s Fire and Rain. She was a friend of Taylor who committed suicide by jumping in front of a New York subway train. Taylor was … Continue reading

AOC Goes Hi-Tech

To be honest , when I heard AOC made a video about her fascination with garbage disposals, I thought it was just another joke parody on her Oh-so-easy to joke about lack of IQ. I reasoned with myself that YES, she is that stupid, but she DID assemble an IKEA table once, presumably by herself , all while eating popcorn and sipping wine ! So I researched it . And….IT WAS TRUE ! My further research discovered there was much more to that expedition of discovery for Ms Occasionally-Cognizant…..things that her handlers attempted to keep from the American People. We … Continue reading

Nadler backtracking on Barr contempt of congress controversy

But…but….I “never intended” to force Mr. Barr to release confidential grand jury information. Could it be because he can also be held on criminal contempt charges if he does get that information? OOPs. The Washington Times released an article Sunday “Admission by Jerrold Nadler threatens Democrats’ effort to drag William Barr before federal judge” in which they discuss how House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler could torpedo the case for the Democrat’s call for contempt of court charges. The House Judiciary Committee last week took the first step toward holding Mr. Barr in contempt for defying a congressional subpoena. But … Continue reading

Trivia: May 13th

These things happened on this date in history…. Pope John Paul II Shot May 13, 1981 Escaped Turkish terrorist Mehmet Ali Ağca shoots Pope John Paul II in St. Peter’s Square at Vatican City. The Pope was struck four times. Ağca was apprehended and later sentenced to life in prison. But the Pope forgave Ağca and he was pardoned by Italian president Carlo Azeglio Ciampi at the Pope’s request and then deported to Turkey in 2000, where he was imprisoned for a previous murder. Ağca made conflicting claims about who hired him for the assassination attempt, including the Russian government because of … Continue reading

Who is in charge at Harvard? The racist socialist students apparently

This is ridiculous. Students get to decide when and who a law professor can defend in a court of law? Harvard dumps law professor representing Harvey Weinstein as faculty dean resulting in racial accusations – Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr. and Harvey Weinstein. … Credit: Getty Images BizPak Review Victor Rantala May 12, 2019 On Saturday, Harvard notified students that a law professor who decided to represent Harvey Weinstein in court, will not return as faculty dean at one of the college’s residential houses. According to the New York Times, Professor Ronald S. Sullivan Jr., who represents Weinstein, and his wife Stephanie Robinson, … Continue reading

NY and NJ AGs sue IRS and Treasury over 501(c) change

Now this post makes me wonder what the heck are the Democrats, IRS and Treasury thinking. Instead of deleting the entire section called 501(c) 3 and 4 from the tax codes, IRS and the Treasury in July 16, 2018 were doubling down on social welfare organizations under 501 (c)(4). IRS will no longer require certain tax-exempt organizations to file personally-identifiable information about their donors as part of their annual return.  Treasury Press Release July 16, 2018 I abhor the idea that there are protected groups abusing the tax exempt class like many are doing under 501(c). The IRS has done … Continue reading

Mad Magazine vs Mayor Butt-edge-edge

My post yesterday ” What, Us Worry ? “, had fun with some of the 2020 democratic candidates for POTUS , and the great nicknames President Trump comes up with for them. His latest was for Pete Buttigieg, the youthful, queer mayor of South Bend, Indiana. Trump compared him to Mad Magazine’s icon Alfred E. Neuman , stating : “Alfred E. Neuman cannot become president of the United States,”  Attempting to be nonplussed, Buttigieg tried to shrug it off : Mad Magazine, not to be slighted by a light-in-the-loafers upstart who is nearly 1/2 the age of their decades old … Continue reading

Trivia : May 12th

These things happened on this date in history…. The Finding of the Crosses Cross of Jesus Sold May 12, 1993 Two small slivers of olive wood that are claimed to be from Jesus’ cross are auctioned for $18,587. The two pieces of wood were just one-tenth and two-tenths of an inch long. Accompanying the bits of wood were two certificates, an 1885 certificate from the Vatican authenticating the wood as part of Jesus’ cross and another dated 1856 recording that it was a gift from the patriarch of Jerusalem to Edouard Thouvenel, at the time France’s ambassador to the Ottoman … Continue reading