If All You See…

…is people stuffing themselves which is bad for climate change, you might just be a Warmist

The blog of the day is DC Clothesline, with a post on Acting AG Matthew Whitaker’s views on the 10th Amendment.

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Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup

Patriotic Pinup Zoe Mozert

Happy Sunday! Another fantastic day in America. The sun is shining, the geese are honking, Thanksgiving is almost here (which gives some people the vapors). This pinup is by Zoe Mozert, with a wee bit of help.

BTW, someone asked if this was the 14th anniversary of doing this every Sunday, as this is the 728th edition. No, because I’ve used the Patriotic Pinup category tag for other posts, such as for Independence Day. The first ever use of a pinup was 4/3/2005. So I’ve been doing this same thing for over 13 years.

What is happening in Ye Olde Blogosphere? The Fine 15

  1. Weasel Zippers notes that the gun grabbers are coming
  2. Watcher Of Weasels covers Sarah Sanders saying that the freedom of the press isn’t a freedom to be rude
  3. The Right Scoop discusses another wonderful illegal alien who tried to kill a cop on video
  4. The Political Hat notes SJWs infesting the workplace more and more
  5. The Other McCain offers reliable warning signs of craziness
  6. The Lid notes what a report says illegal aliens cost US taxpayers yearly for health care
  7. The Last Tradition covers Trump visiting California wildfire areas
  8. Watts Up With That? fact checks the NY Times fact checkers on the wildfires
  9. The Deplorable Climate Science Blog has your overheated atmosphere update
  10. The First Street Journal says Eric Swalwell is the stupidest member of Congress
  11. The Feral Irishman notes something interesting regarding Ca. wildfires and the high speed train route
  12. The Daley Gator notes the latest from the Forced Tolerance crowd
  13. Raised On Hoecakes covers Monopoly for Millennials
  14. Powerline notes the U.S. siding directly with Israel at the U.N.
  15. And last, but not least, Pacific Pundit covers the type of law and order you expect from Democrats

As always, the full set of pinups can be seen in the Patriotic Pinup category, or over at my Gallery page. While we are on pinups, since it is that time of year, have you gotten your “Pinups for Vets” calendar yet? And don’t forget to check out what I declare to be our War on Women Rule 5 and linky luv posts and things that interest me

Don’t forget to check out all the other great material all the linked blogs have!

Anyone else have a link or hotty-fest going on? Let me know so I can add you to the list.

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Republic, Washington Declares Itself Sanctuary City For Law Abiding Gun Owners

We’ve already seen plenty of jurisdictions, primarily in Illinois, declare themselves sanctuaries against abusive state and federal gun control regulations, though a lot of that was in terms of potential gun laws, as started by Effingham County. Now in Deep Blue Washington

WASHINGTON POLICE CHIEF SAYS NO TO STATE’S NEW GUN LAWS

A Washington state police chief used a department Facebook account to declare his department’s intention to not enforce the state’s new gun laws.

Last Tuesday, over 60 percent of Washington voters approved a sweeping new gun control initiative that raises the age limit for semiautomatic rifle purchases, imposes a 10-day waiting period, and enhances background checks. The National Rifle Association, among other groups, was highly critical of the law.

The Republic Police Facebook post, written by Republic Police Chief Loren Culp and posted the day after the initiative was passed, stated that “no Republic Police Officer will infringe on a citizens right to keep and Bear Arms, PERIOD!” (snip)

Two days later, Culp posted a recommended “2nd Amendment Sanctuary City Ordinance” that would “prevent federal and state infringement on the right to keep and bear arms.”

It’s worth reading the entire Facebook post which is recommending a city ordinance, which starts out

An ORDINANCE of the City of Republic, which shall be known and may be cited as the “2nd Amendment Sanctuary City Ordinance.” To prevent federal and state infringement on the right to keep and bear arms; nullifying all federal and state acts in violation of the 2nd Amendment to the Constitution of the United States and Article 1 Section 24 of the Washington State Constitution.

WHEREAS, the City of Republic believes that:

A. The 2nd Amendment to the Constitution of the United States reads as follows, “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”

B. Article 1 section 24 of the Washington State Constitution reads as follows, “The right of the individual citizen to bear arms in defense of himself, or the state, shall not be impaired, but nothing in this section shall be construed as authorizing individuals or corporations to organize, maintain or employ an armed body of men.”

C. All federal and State acts, laws, orders, rules or regulations regarding firearms, firearm accessories, and ammunition are a violation of the 2nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and Article 1 Section 24 of the Washington State Constitution.

IMO, it goes perhaps a bit too far: there are some governing laws that make sense. I have no problem with requiring someone be at least 18 to purchase, nor properly run Red Flag laws. Limiting automatic weapons. Background checks (I’m betting the Chief is good with those, too). It might have been helpful had the Chief included the phrase “law abiding citizens.”

He also goes on to advocate for neighboring communities to do the same.

Some will say “what’s the difference between this and a sanctuary jurisdiction for illegal aliens?” The gun sanctuaries are supporting the 2nd Amendment rights of law abiding citizens. Sanctuary jurisdictions protect people who are unlawfully present in the United States, and are often involved in other criminal activity.

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Bummer: Warmists Learn That Their Climate Commitments Are Expensive

What’s most surprising is that this actually ended up being published by a paper which pushes the man-caused climate change scam

France’s climate change commitments trigger rising diesel prices and street protests

The French president is under fire again, this time over rising fuel prices.

On Saturday, some 244,000 protesters, many clad in yellow vests, literally took the streets in many places, according to the French Interior Ministry. The ministry said a network of drivers blocked roads at some 2,000 locations across the country, generating traffic backups for miles and causing one death.

A 63-year-old protester was killed in the eastern Savoie region when a driver panicked by demonstrators accidentally accelerated into the crowd, French media reported. In other incidents nationwide, 106 people were reported injured, five seriously.

The protesters’ chief complaint: the rising cost of diesel fuel. The recent price hike is a direct result of President Emmanuel Macron’s commitment to curbing climate change, which included higher carbon taxes for 2018, the first full year of his term. But beyond the diesel issue, many turned out Saturday to voice any number of other frustrations with the “president for the rich,” who is seen as increasingly removed from ordinary people’s concerns.

Diesel, a fossil fuel, is known for the pollutants it emits into the air. Although it was traditionally taxed at the same rate as gasoline, that is no longer the case: Taxes on diesel have risen 6.2 percent per liter this year, as part of the government’s efforts to protect clean air. The problem is diesel remains the most common fuel in France, leading many to view recent policies as an attack on working people more than an environmental safeguard.

The Warmist governments had been pushing diesel as a cleaner alternative to gasoline, then, they started cracking down in it. Warmists were super happy to go with all the climate change stuff right up till it hit themselves in the wallet.

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If All You See…

…is coffee that will soon be too expensive to afford due to carbon pollution, you might just be a Warmist

The blog of the day is Chicks On The Right, with a post on Liberals shocked to learn that Linda Sarsour is massive anti-Semite.

Double shot under the more tag (I actually have about 3-4 more beanie photos built up), so, see Datechguy’s Blog, where Datechguy is demanding a press pass for the White House

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Fire Damages Cary, NC Mosque: People Immediately Start Blamestorming

This was Friday

Lots more under the read more tag, so as not jam up the front page

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Greenpeace Super Excited To Keep People From Learning The Cost Of Carbon Taxes

First, members of the Cult of Climastrology are super excited to agitate for carbon taxes/fess on Other People. Next, they’re super excited to make sure that citizens do not find out that those same taxes/fees are costing them

GREENPEACE REPORTEDLY FIGHTING TO STOP DRIVERS FROM LEARNING ABOUT CARBON TAX COSTS

Greenpeace is reportedly challenging the placement of stickers on gas stations that notify drivers of higher fuel prices due to the implementation of a carbon tax.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford, who has embarked on a pro-energy agenda in his province since entering office, will execute a number of measures to fight back against Canada’s nationwide carbon tax. Besides challenging the carbon tax initiative in court, the conservative politician is looking to include item breakdowns on gas receipts and heating bills, informing customers of how much the carbon fee is costing them.

The Ontario government is also looking to include stickers at gas pumps across the province, informing customers of the fee.

However, Ford’s sticker program is already running into opposition.

Greenpeace — an international environmentalist organization — reportedly announced its intention to mount a challenge. The group is arguing the stickers are deceptive because they do not include the price of inaction on climate change.

Their so-called price of inaction comes from looking into a crystal ball and making it up to support their hardcore agenda.

Sure, climate change exists. There’s no debate on that. The debate is on causation. Warmists claim it is mostly/solely man-caused, particularly from the burning of fossil fuels. Yet, they themselves won’t give up their own use of fossil fuels.

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NY Times: Stacey Abrams Concedes Georgia Governor’s Race Ungraciously

Not really. Imagine the headline if it was Republican Brian Kemp who had a hissy fit in conceding. It wouldn’t go like this

The article itself is all about Blaming others, raaaaacism, and being a sore loser. Were it Kemp, the headline would surely be something like Kemp Ends Fight To Be Georgia Governor On Sore Loser Note.

Stacey Abrams ended her Democratic bid to become governor of Georgia on Friday, acknowledging that she did not have the votes to beat her Republican rival, Brian Kemp, but sounding a defiant note by declaring that an “erosion of our democracy” had kept many of her backers from the polls.

The narrow defeat of Ms. Abrams, who would have become the first black woman to be elected governor anywhere in the United States, as well as the apparent loss of Andrew Gillum, who sought to become Florida’s first black governor, at once illuminated the vestiges of Southern history and demonstrated how demographic changes have taken hold across the region and begun to reshape its politics.

See? They only lost because of shenanigans and raaaaacism.

Ms. Abrams, while acknowledging Friday that she could not win, did not concede either.

“More than 200 years into Georgia’s democratic experiment, the state failed its voters,” Ms. Abrams said, her voice alternating among anguish, contempt, frustration and outrage as she argued that “eight years of systemic disenfranchisement, disinvestment and incompetence had its desired effect on the electoral process in Georgia.”

“Let’s be clear: This is not a speech of concession because concession means to acknowledge an action is right, true or proper,” Ms. Abrams said amid a blistering attack on Mr. Kemp’s record as the state’s chief elections regulator and on the balloting process in Georgia. “As a woman of conscience and faith, I cannot concede that.”

As Ms. Abrams ended her campaign, she returned to a theme that had surfaced throughout: that Mr. Kemp, who was the Georgia secretary of state until the Thursday after the election, had used his position to suppress voting and ease his path into the governor’s mansion.

Democrats really are sore losers. Heck, even Trump offered up kind words for Ms. Abrams

But what the NY Times forgot is she’s even more of a sore loser

That’s right, she’s launched a big slush fund, er, PAC, to Do Something.

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Get This: Millennials Are Offended By Millenial Monopoly

Have you heard this one?

It gets funnier

From the link

Hasbro has released a new game, “Monopoly for Millennials,” and it’s getting some blowback from the very demographic the game is supposedly meant to entertain.

The game’s rules and cover art all play up stereotypes the age group is known for.

The box for the game shows Mr. Monopoly taking a selfie, wearing headphones and a participation medal and holding a coffee. The taglines read: “Forget real estate, you can’t afford it anyway,” and “Adulting is hard. You deserve a break from the rat race!” Rather than win by collecting the most money, the game prompts players to collect experiences—including visiting a friend’s couch, going to a vegan bistro, and hitting a week-long meditation retreat. Game pieces include a hashtag and crying emoji.

Though some people are amused by the game, others found the mockery infuriating and took to Twitter to express their irritation.

What follows are a bunch of tweets about Millennials being Offended. They just don’t get the irony. And really, the edition is right on the money. Consider that there have barely been any changes to the game other than graphics in the century since it was released. Certainly nothing major like this. Says something about Millennials.

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If All You See…

…is a hotcold world, requiring a body suit and a warm hat, you might just be a Warmist

The blog of the day is 90Ninety Miles From Tyranny, with a post on the 90 Miles Mystery Box. What’s in it?

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