While the Republicans managed to get a small majority in the House, don’t expect any changes of substance. This week they rejected banning earmarks. They also rejected a return to budgeting, after a 20-year hiatus, favoring ceaseless continuing resolutions and blow-it-up omnibus bills. Bastards!
Life in 2022
The Barnum & Bailey of Donald Trump, the Alice in Wonderland of Joe Biden, the doctrinaire be-nice-or-else of the canceling woke, the paramilitary fruitcakes loose in the land, the decadent gender obsessions, the assault rifles, the politics of germs, the recreational looting, the law that turns felons loose, pandemic homelessness, the trillions in debt that means nothing, the wide- open border and the endless sanctimony.
The most dangerous person in the world
“I get asked, ‘Who’s the most dangerous person in the world? Is it Chairman Kim, is it Xi Jinping?” “The most dangerous person in the world is [American Federation of Teachers President] Randi Weingarten.”
“If you ask, ‘Who’s the most likely to take this republic down?’ It would be the teacher’s unions, and the filth that they’re teaching our kids, and the fact that they don’t know math and reading or writing,” he elaborated.
The Inflation Reduction Act Comes for Medicare
For senior Americans, Mr. Biden gives them a choice starting in 2025, drugs or doctors. Higher premiums either way.
Climate ‘Reparations’ Are a New Name for Foreign Aid
The climate lobby is all about the money.
People who imagine an energy transition want to build windmills and solar panels and store all that energy in batteries. But if you do the arithmetic, you find you’d need to build about a hundred trillion dollars’ worth of batteries to store the same amount of energy that Europe has in storage now for this winter. It would take the world’s battery factories 400 years to manufacture that many batteries.”
2 thoughts on “First Saturday”
Time to buy stock in Energizer snd Duracell because these morons are going to attempt the impossible.
Invest in their stupidity
Like I said before, don’t use batteries to store excess energy, use it to make green hydrogen and store it as safe ammonia. To be processed and burned for electricity production, when needed. I have not met one person interested in storing energy in batteries on a large scale.
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