https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/16/us/k ... pe=articleAbout 5,000 barrels of oil, or about 210,000 gallons, gushed out of the Keystone Pipeline on Thursday in South Dakota, blackening a grassy field in the remote northeast part of the state and sending cleanup crews and emergency workers scrambling to the site.
When everything becomes racist, including milk...there's not enough broadband to list everything the dems call racist.
"Stephen K. Bannon believes that the Democratic Party’s obsession with identity politics will ultimately backfire against them. In fact, he believes this has broken the party to such a degree that it will never recover."
The claims the dems made about the bans were fabricated...the ban was designed to address high risk areas.
"The word “Muslim” is not once mentioned in the text of the temporary ban and it does not cover 87 percent of the world’s Muslims, who largely live in other countries than those listed."
http://www.breitbart.com/big-government ... rat-party/
P.S. If you disagree with this...you are racist. Oh yeah...and you own a dog whistle too.
Frying food could be altering the weather
Fried fatty food not only has an impact on waistlines, it is also affecting our weather systems, according to scientists.
Chemists at the universities of Reading, Bristol and Bath have discovered that when droplets of cooking fat are released into the atmosphere they form complex structures which attract moisture and form into clouds.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2017 ... g-weather/
I would like comments on this from the leftists here...and challenge this if you think it's inaccurate.
"When U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an attorney for the ACLU, she co-authored a report recommending that the age of consent for sexual acts be lowered to 12 years of age," the article points out."
https://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/fe ... pedophilia
Here's one for Misty considering her out-of-context post about Breitbart.
Remember this...male predators are not the only rotten people in society, there are some rotten women too.
What a rotten feminist said...and how the baiters on the left paid no price for pushing false claims. They just crawl back under their rock until next time.
"Here's an unpopular opinion: I'm actually not at all concerned about innocent men losing their jobs over false sexual assault/harassment allegations."
“First, false allegations VERY rarely happen, so even bringing it up borders on a derailment tactic. It’s a microscopic risk in comparison to the issue at hand (worldwide, systemic oppression of half the population),” she wrote."
"Tawana Brawley, the Duke lacrosse team, UVA fraternity…yeah this stuff rarely happens. What’s more insane is that Lindin says bringing up documented false rape allegations is almost as bad as actual rape."
https://downtrend.com/71superb/feminist ... gainst-men
As Janet Yellen is stepping down in February, someone sent me this story from back in 2011 to remind me of how little RW mouth breathers understand economics (which is still nothing compared to TermiteEater's ignorance and idiocy):
https://www.npr.org/sections/itsallpoli ... ar-treason
Recall at the time, the candidacy of people like Rick Perry and Michele Bachmann were propelled by the so-called "Tea Party Patriots" and other reactionary groups claiming to be "constitutionally conservative," which is a euphemism for "RW mouth breather."
RW mouth breathers do not seem to understand these basic facts:
1) Crediting bank reserves is not the same as "printing money."
If the Treasury prints $300 billion and stashes it in some nuclear waste site, the effect is obviously not the same as handing every American citizen $1000. Yet this is exactly what has happened to most bank reserves - they are sitting idly or stashed in assets, not spent.
2) A strong US dollar decreases American export competitiveness (and thus is likely to drive so-called "job creators" away).
If you are too stupid to understand #2, here is your explanation: Last I checked, corporations aren't paying domestic American workers in Euros or yuan. Increasing the "value" of the dollar would thus incentive businesses to shift operations overseas to lower labor costs, among other expenses. "Devaluing the dollar" should be one of your main priorities if you want businesses to stay, especially since...oh, I don't know, maybe every single fucking country is doing the same thing.https://www.economist.com/blogs/graphic ... 1/graphics
So imagine this - a bunch of RW mouth breathers claiming that "liberals don't understand economics, since they want to raise the minimum wage to $15, which will hurt low-paid workers" without realizing how idiotic their own positions are.
Trump coal backer wins big under Perry's power plan
https://www.politico.com/story/2017/11/ ... rry-244535
surprises the shit outta me, I tell ya....
A proposal by Energy Secretary Rick Perry to alter the nation's electricity markets would provide a windfall for a small group of companies — most strikingly one owned by coal magnate Bob Murray, a prominent backer of President Donald Trump. Perry's plan would force consumers to subsidize ailing coal-fired and nuclear power plants with billions of dollars, in what he calls an effort to ensure that the nation’s power network can withstand threats like terrorist attacks or severe weather. But his narrowly written proposal would mostly affect plants in a stretch of the Midwest and Northeast where Murray's mining company, Murray Energy, is the predominant supplier, according to a POLITICO analysis of Energy Department data.....
Since Trump’s swearing-in, Murray has made personal pleas for help in face-to-face meetings with Trump and DOE officials, including Perry and Brian McCormack, Perry’s chief of staff.At those meetings in the summer, Murray urged Trump to declare a power grid emergency and force coal-fired power plants owned by one financially troubled company, FirstEnergy Solutions, to stay open even if the company sank into bankruptcy. Those plants bought about two-thirds of their coal from Murray in 2015, according to POLITICO's analysis of U.S. Energy Information Administration data.At DOE's urging, the White House ultimately declined to declare the emergency. But Perry’s new proposed rule would accomplish the same result by requiring the power markets to cover the costs to run the economically ailing plants, enabling them to keep producing power.Ohio-based Murray Energy, the No. 5 U.S. coal producer, is the largest supplier to the dwindling number of coal-fired power plants in one stretch of the Rust Belt and Appalachia, overseen by an electricity market called the PJM Interconnection. The power plants in PJM account for roughly 44 percent of Murray's sales, according to POLITICO's analysis.
Looks like MSNBC is uncomfortable with this...
"More possible holes in the most serious sexual misconduct allegations against Judge Roy Moore, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in Alabama, began to emerge this week."
http://www.breitbart.com/2018-elections ... ls-emerge/