Daily Archives: September 18, 2023

Wind Farms In Brazil Endanger Big Cats

Nothing like fighting a (fake) environmental issue by creating another Brazil’s Big Cats Under Threat From Wind Farms Weighing more than 100 pounds, big cats have long reigned over this hot and semi-arid region of Brazil, developing tougher paws for the scorched earth and reaching speeds of 50 miles an hour to bring down wild […]

If All You See…

…are palm trees that will soon grow in Antarctica, you might just be a Warmist The blog of the day is Independent Sentinel, with a post wondering why impeaching Biden over the border is not on the table.

Chicago Considers City Owned Grocery Stores To Replace Those Which Closed Due To Crime

Da, what could possibly go wrong, Comrades? Chicago mayor considers creating city-owned grocery store after Walmart, Whole Foods close stores in the city Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson announced last week that his administration is exploring a city-owned grocery store as a means of promoting “equitable” access to food, though the plan has drawn criticism from […]

People’s Republik Of California Sues Fossil Fuels Companies

Don’t expect Gavin Newsome, Attorney General Rob Bonta, the PRC elected officials, or state government employees to stop using fossil fuels themselves. This is more of a cash grab using ‘climate change’ as the backdrop California sues major oil companies, claiming they deceived on climate change for decades California sued some of the world’s largest […]

Bummer: Those With Student Loans Might Have To Give Up Their “Fun Budget”, Which Could Tank The Economy (more)

The NY Times is really trying to make a case for doing away with all the student loan debt, but, really, this is really not the argument they’re looking for Will Restart of Student Loan Payments Be the Last Straw for Consumers? Mykail James has a plan for when payments on her roughly $75,000 in […]

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