A year and a half later and no one is willing to go on record?Blackvegetable » 14 May 2022, 8:54 am » wrote: ↑Donald Trump’s time in office, the then-president had a pressing question for his national-security aides and administration officials: Does China have the secret technology — a weapon, even — to create large, man-made hurricanes and then launch them at the United States? And if so, would this constitute an act of war by a foreign power, and could the U.S. retaliate militarily? Then-President Trump repeatedly asked about this, according to two former senior administration officials and a third person briefed on the matter.
“It was almost too stupid for words,” said a former Trump official intimately familiar with the then-sitting president’s inquiry. “I did not get the sense he was joking at all.”
https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/p ... r-1350638/
No he’s one of you.
It's more profitable for the military industrial complex, I give it 3 months.Vegas » 08 May 2022, 1:09 pm » wrote: ↑
Good news, so Ukraine doesn't need 40 billion of taxpayer money?Blackvegetable » 10 May 2022, 9:26 am » wrote: ↑
On Monday morning, as columns of armored vehicles and soldiers paraded through Moscow in celebration of Russia’s 1945 victory over Germany in World War II, one element of Russian military power was conspicuously missing: its warplanes. And though officials blamed bad weather for their grounding, Russian planes, pilots and air-to-ground weapons have all grossly underperformed in the war against Ukraine.
The absence underscored President Vladimir Putin’s failure to build a capable modern air force, as Russian aircrews race in and out of Ukrainian airspace and heave unguided bombs while fleeing enemy surface-to-air missiles that Moscow has still not managed to destroy, even after 75 days of combat.
Russian warplanes are generally flying 200 to 300 sorties each day, a senior Defense Department official told reporters during a briefing Monday, but have failed to establish air superiority over Ukraine, which continues to fly its own fighters and attack jets against Russian troops.
And as the war stretches into its third month, Russia has already expended many of its most accurate weapons, such as cruise missiles and both short- and medium-range ballistic missiles.
https://news.yahoo.com/russian-guided-w ... 52457.html
I advise Fear, children.
As much as I'd like to argue against Ike's point, he is correct that the population in Chicago is up between the 2010 and 2020 census. What he doesn't have correct is that it's Americans moving to his third world **** hole, it's immigrants from other less bougie 3rd world **** holes increasing the population.impartialobserver » 09 May 2022, 3:37 pm » wrote: ↑
So in short, yes it is an estimate but if you line it up next to items such as Unemployment insurance claims, state tax revenues.. you find that the estimates are not that far off. I know... I work intimately with two databases that you do not... Unemployment Insurance and Voter Registration.
Too many eggs is bad for you. ****Huey » 09 May 2022, 2:44 pm » wrote: ↑
Eggs, which the government had warned against for 40 years, are now considered part of a healthy diet. "Eggs can be part of a healthy eating pattern and people should be thoughtful about including them into a healthy routine," said Karen DeSalvo, HHS assistant secretary for health
Sounds like a problem for people that never learned to feed themselves without a grocery store.Cannonpointer » 07 May 2022, 9:40 pm » wrote: ↑
The vax has sterilized everyone who took it.
Death rates are soaring, and climbing still. Birth rates are plummeting.
Auto manufacturers are cutting production by 40% - blaming a chip shortage, which they blame on Covid until they start blaming Russia. In truth, they are simply leading the market - which they know is going to be 40% smaller very soon.
We will be going to a primarily plant based diet soon - not because we want to, nor even by edict, but because groceries will be too expensive - meat, most of all. But ALL grocery prices will triple soon. Because Covid or Russia or both. And folks still have to pay the bills - so meat and dairy will become luxuries very soon.
You can learn to plant dandilion greens on youtube - and they're WEEDS. Edible weeds. It doesn't get ay better than that. They are literally hard to kill - often viewed as a pest. And they will grow in a suburban back yard. Hell, they'll infest the damned thing.
Prepare, and know food security. And don't worry about Roe. Pregnancies are going to be pretty rare in the coming years. Which they'll use as an excuse to import more nonwhites and continue their genocidal programs against whites.
I’m a liberal.
I got deep pockets inflation is little more than a nuisance to me, your average voter isn’t as lucky, people vote their wallets, it’s only going to get worse before November.
Trump didn’t lose to Joe Biden, he lost to a corrupt system.DennisTheMenace » 30 Apr 2022, 8:26 am » wrote: ↑
Same same. They are both orange old white guys that only care about themselves and their clan.
Let's talk about "legacy."
Trump found a way to lose...to...Joe Biden...as a sitting President..somehow.
Not a good look for "former" President Trump.
You realize this will hurt the taxpayers more than Disney.TB7 » 28 Apr 2022, 8:44 am » wrote: ↑Disney special district says 'we don't know where we are going' after DeSantis signs law
hopefully out of florida..we don't want you
Disney's best days are behind them. Personally, I avoid their products and services at all costs. Make them pay where it hurts - their revenue and stock. Shareholders will then revolt and hopefully correct course. Then, they can stay.