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Archive for April, 2017

Startup’s ‘Farm From a Box’ Kit Grows Enough Food for 150 People

22nd April 2017

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We’ve seen many a clever shipping container building, but rarely one that so effectively combines transportability with community impact. But here comes Farm From a Box, essentially a shipping container starter kit that holds everything you need (minus the two-acre land itself) to operate a small farm with enough produce to feed up to 150 people.

If, of course, that’s what you want to do.

Think of it as Blue Apron for Tom & Barbara Good.

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Socialist Death Squads Rule Venezuela

22nd April 2017

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That isn’t quite how the New York Times puts it, of course. In fact, the words “socialist” and “socialism” never appear in its otherwise unsparing account. But Venezuela under Chavez and Maduro illustrates the inevitable arc of socialism, from parasitism to gangster rule.

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James Gawron: Jonah Remains Unconvinced

22nd April 2017

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In short, I don’t think even Reagan could have defeated Obama-Hillary and the transgendered, victim-mongering, sexual-schizophrenic Democrat loonies. Little did anyone, least of all me, know that there was a strange orange-haired being in the universe that had the odd characteristic of killing the fungus that was growing all over Washington DC. His very presence seemed to damage the up until then unstoppable fungal growth. Jonah, rather than continue to wildly rip the strange orange creature that neither you nor I fully understand, we should give thanks to a beneficent G-d who has heard our prayers and delivered us from the scourge of Obama-Hillary. Some things as just beyond our ability to predict or control.

Let Trump be Trump and let the fungus among us continue to die.

This ongoing discussion between James Gawron and Jonah Goldberg has an interesting take on the comparison and contrast between Reagan and Trump. I found it very thought-provoking.

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Nuclear Scientist Says Advanced Reactors Will Be Great for Planet

22nd April 2017

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If the eco-Nazis will let them be used; after all, for them it’s not sufficient that the planet be saved, it’s also necessary that humanity suffer.

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More Fake News: Police: Indiana State Professor Fabricated Anti-Muslim Hate Crimes

22nd April 2017

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My, what a surprise.

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Thought for the Day

22nd April 2017

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USEFUL STUFF SATURDAY

22nd April 2017

Novel Ultra-Low-Energy Consumption Ultrasonic Clothes Dryer.

Darth Vader Mask BBQ and Fire Pit.

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Bridgestone Launching ‘Airless’ Bicycle Tires in 2019

22nd April 2017

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The non-pneumatic features a ring of flexible composite spokes — connected to a smaller, solid inner hub — that both hold its shape and provide cushioning on par with an air-filled tube. A conventionally-shaped tread is mounted to the outside.

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Why Memphis Has Two Marches for Science

21st April 2017

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Apparently one is being run by political activists and the other by actual scientists.

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Senators Like School Choice for Their Own Kids. Why Not for Everyone?

21st April 2017

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Because the Cloud People and the Dirt People are clean different things.

It turns out that many members of the Senate, while opposing private school choice policies that would benefit others, practice school choice themselves.

Since 2000, The Heritage Foundation has surveyed members of Congress to determine whether they had exercised private school choice by ever sending a child to private school.

 

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April 22 Is Earth Day: Let’s Remember the Co-founder Who Killed Then Composted His Girlfriend

21st April 2017

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Hey, she was biodegradable; friends of the earth and all that.

Apparently the only species that isn’t endangered is humanity.

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Egypt Releases American Aid Worker From Prison After Trump Strikes A Deal

21st April 2017

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Aya Hijazi, 30, a U.S. citizen and humanitarian worker, had been in prison for three years on child abuse and trafficking charges — which the U.S. dismissed as false — because she operated a nonprofit dedicated to helping kids on the street with her husband. Last week, an Egyptian court dropped all charges against her.

And where was Obama during all of this? Busy playing golf, perhaps, or perhaps bitching about racism and bitter clingers in the U.S.

“We’re very grateful that President Trump personally engaged with the issue. Working closely with the Trump administration was very important for my family at this critical time. It let us be reunited as a family. We’re so grateful.”

Not that he’ll get any credit from the Usual Suspects.

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What the Heck Is a Species?

21st April 2017

Popular Mechanics pursues its modern Leftist political agenda.

But of course it matters. Because if we can’t decide when a species becomes a species, it means we don’t have a very useful definition of “species.” And if we don’t have a good definition of “species,” then we can’t address issues like preserving biodiversity or saving endangered creatures. Much of the legislation that protects certain plants and animals depends on defining which species are endangered in the first place. And some creatures are already in danger.

In August 2016, a group called the Pacific Legal Association petitioned to take the coastal California Gnatcatcher bird off the protected list under the Endangered Species Act. They said that the coastal variety wasn’t a distinct species, so it shouldn’t be specifically protected. They did the same thing for the Southwest Willow Flycatcher, another Pacific coast bird with rapidly disappearing habitat. The coastal California Gnatcatcher retained its protections because a panel of experts determined that the coastal variety was different enough that it qualified as its own group, but the Flycatchers are still up for debate. It all hinges on how we define a species.

By that reasoning, black people aren’t a different species so #BlackLivesMatter is nonsense.

Funny how the same people who think that ‘race’ is a ‘social construct’ spend most of their time worrying about (wait for it) race.

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ISLAMOCOPIA FRIDAY: What’s New in the Religion of Peace

21st April 2017

ISIS Paris Shooter Was Previously Arrested For Going On A Police Shooting Rampage

Culture-Enriching Mass Murderer on the Dole in Düsseldorf

Paris Shooting Was Just The Latest In Series Of Attacks Against French Police

Palestinian officials warn of ‘new intifada’ against Israel if hunger striking prisoners die  Again? But THAT trick NEVER works….

ISIS Claims Responsibility For Paris Champs Elysees Attack  But of course they would.

Paris in the Spring — With Automatic Weapons Fire

Sharia Law-Supporting ‘Suffragist’ Makes TIME’s ‘100 Most Influential People’ List

Two Paris Police Officers Shot And Killed In Probable ‘Terrorist Act’

UN Puts Saudi Arabia On Commission Responsible For ‘Gender Equality And The Empowerment Of Women’  You can’t make this stuff up.

Islamist Attacks on Holidays  They’re off work and looking for some entertainment.

Government Approves $300 Million Sale Of Guns And Humvees To The Kurds

“Why Are You Doing This to Your Own People in Turkey?”

World’s Third-Largest News Agency Employs Anti-Israel Palestinian Activist To Cover Conflict

US troops still battling Islamic State near site of Afghan bomb strike

ISIS Starves Civilians To Force Them Into Fighting For The Caliphate

Middle School World History Test Insists Muslims Showed ‘Tolerance,’ Accepted Other Religions  They are teaching your children lies, and you’re paying for it.

Strangers on a Train, Italian Style

France election terror attack plot: Isis flag and wig found alongside explosives at home of extremists

Yemeni officials say suspected US drone kills al-Qaida men

Report: Weakening Syria’s government could help ISIS group

ISIS Launches Chemical Weapons Attack Against US, Iraqi Troops

Iraqi unit with US and Australian advisers hit by ISIS chemical weapon

Blood on the Streets in Duisburg

Germany: Culture-Enricher Sedates and Then Rapes Hospital Patient

Poll: Iran’s Hardliners Likely To Win Upcoming Election

French Police Foil ‘Imminent’ ISIS Attack Planned For Upcoming Election

Brawl and Conflagration at Grande-Synthe

Middle Easterners Issued 10,000 Fake Venezuelan Passports, Official Says

Why Is Easter a Magnet for Islamist Violence?

Young British Muslims think Isis fighters returning from Syria should be reintegrated into society, research finds  What could go wrong?

Halal-Slaughtering Sheep in the Garden

Conservative Conference Threatened By Heavily-Armed Muslim Man

Muslima Pulls a Knife in a Vienna Park

Fr. Guy Pagès: “Islam is an imposture, and all the more demonic because it claims to be divine”

Over 1,000 Palestinian prisoners go on hunger strike in Israel

Under Erdogan, Turkey has receded from the democratic world

Palestinian Intifada Leader Announces Hunger Strike Via the New York Times  And why not?

A Desperate ISIS Might Be Looking To Form An Alliance With Al-Qaida

NYT Fails To Disclose Terrorism Conviction Of Op-Ed Contributor  No, he wasn’t in the IRA.

Saudi Arabia Warns Iran Is Trying To Turn Yemen Into A ‘Missile Base’

US Unleashes More Bombs On ISIS Than Ever Before

Once Again, CAIR Shows That Islamism and Civil Rights Don’t Mix

Turkish Minister Says Europe Is Headed For ‘Wars Of Religions’

Boko Haram Expected To Quadruple Use Of Girl’s In Suicide Attacks This Year

Don’t Touch My Car, Infidel!

General: 2nd gas attack on Iraq troops in as many days

Turkey Slides Closer To Authoritarianism, Complicating US Efforts Against ISIS

Turkey’s President Erdogan claims victory in vote to give him sweeping new powers – but opposition cry foul

More Than Half Of 126 Killed In Syria Bus Bombing Were Children, Group Says

At least ’68 children among dead’ in Syria bomb attack

Turkey votes in knife-edge referendum on making President Erdogan supremely powerful

Isis and al-Qaeda are little more than glorified drug cartels, and their motivation is money not religion

Zana Ramadani: “No Other Religion Brings Forth So Many Murderers as Islam”

Syria: Bombing hits bus convoy carrying civilians evacuated from besieged towns under deal between regime and rebels

ISIS Adopts Nightmare Tactics Used By The Taliban In Afghanistan

The Number Of ISIS Fighters Killed By The MOAB Is Nothing Short Of Staggering

After ISIS: The Threat Of Iran’s IRGC

Christian persecution: How many are being killed, where they are being killed

Pakistan military: Officials foil ‘major terrorist attack’ on Easter Sunday

Local Muslims Try To Shut Down Sharia Law Patrol In Minneapolis Neighborhood

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Bill Gates Limits His Children’s Use of Technology

21st April 2017

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Yeah, God forbid one of them should turn out to be another Bill Gates.

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Howard Dean Thinks ‘Hate Speech Is Not Protected By the First Amendment.’ It Is, Though.

21st April 2017

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Hate speech that he emits is okay, though.

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Solar Company Gets $25 Million In Taxpayer Subsidies, Goes Bankrupt

21st April 2017

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Obama is gone, but his spirit of WASTING TAXPAYER MONEY lives on.

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Millennial Women Are Ashamed of Earning More Than Their Partners, Study Claims

20th April 2017

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‘Partners’? Say rather, punching bags.

There’s no pleasing some people.

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Eating Their Own: Libs Go After Earth Day for Being ‘Too White’

20th April 2017

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If they exclude all of the white hipsters from Earth Day, they won’t be able to fill a minyan.

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Number of Illegals Entering Canada in March Triples From January

20th April 2017

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Y’all keep on steppin’, heah?

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Attorney General to Enforce the Law: Film at Eleven

20th April 2017

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The United States has immigration laws. They were passed by Congress. Jeff Sessions went to Nogales, Ariz., last week and stated he will enforce those laws. All the right people are apoplectic.

After eight years of ideologically selective enforcement of immigration — and other — laws by Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch, Sessions’s otherwise anodyne statement was bracing: If aliens unlawfully enter the country a second time and certain aggravating circumstances are present, they will be charged with a felony. Horrors.

The unremarkable statements of Jeff Sessions and President Trump over the last few months already have had an effect: Since December, illegal border crossings are down an estimated 72 percent, to the lowest level in nearly two decades. Combine that with tackling visa overstays, withholding certain federal funds from sanctuary cities, expanding E-verify, and addressing H-1B visa abuse, and we might just reclaim our sovereignty and the rule of law.

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Kremlin-Linked Study Sought to Damage Clinton’s Reputation in 2016

20th April 2017

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That’s like trying to push down on a brick that’s already in the air.

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The “March for Science”–No Laughing Matter? Says Who?

20th April 2017

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Back in February, Yale Computer Science Professor David Gelernter, who may become the next White House science advisor, had this to say about the upcoming March for Science and its organizers: “It’s like this is some sort of Looney Tunes thing. I must be trapped in an alternate reality. They couldn’t possibly be serious.”

But with science marches now scheduled in many cities for this Saturday, timed to coincide with Earth Day, the organizers obviously are serious. Too serious, in our view. Using street protests to handle scientific controversies like climate change is only a few steps above using animal sacrifice.

I suppose that’s next on the agenda — ‘Wiccans for Climate Science’.

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NBC Claims O’Reilly Story ‘Stirs Up Memories of Anita Hill’

20th April 2017

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What, a ginned-up scandal based on slander and lies in an attempt to destroy somebody the Left hates?

I guess they would know….,

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Thought for the Day

20th April 2017

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The Bill O’Reilly Thing

20th April 2017

I must confess that Bill O’Reilly has always rubbed me the wrong way. I never watched him and never felt even the faintest impulse to do so. He struck me as the sort of arrogant I’m-the-smartest-guy-in-the-room jerks that populate the Crust, mostly on the Left but sometimes on the Right, concerning which the gene pool would profit by their absence.

I have no idea whether there is any substance to the accusations that supposedly underlay his situation or whether this was a successful witch-hunt by the Usual Suspects. Rush Limbaugh suggests that it was a carefully calculated campaign engineered by the New York Times and various fell0w-travellers, and that may be true. In any event, I will shed no tears for his demise.

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For First Time in Modern Era, Living With Parents Edges Out Other Living Arrangements for 18- to 34-Year-Olds

20th April 2017

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In 2014, for the first time in more than 130 years, adults ages 18 to 34 were slightly more likely to be living in their parents’ home than they were to be living with a spouse or partner in their own household.

The Democrats are succeeding in creating a culture of dependency.

This turn of events is fueled primarily by the dramatic drop in the share of young Americans who are choosing to settle down romantically before age 35.

Thank you, militant feminism.

In 2014, more young women (16%) than young men (13%) were heading up a household without a spouse or partner. This is mainly because women are more likely than men to be single parents living with their children.

Due to the government giving young women who get pregnant outside of marriage support for housing, medical care, and food. Watch the black family as it goes down the tubes.

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Strange giant diamonds give hints to the inner Earth’s composition

20th April 2017

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When not pushing their left-wing agenda, Popular Science sometimes talks about science.

The largest diamonds ever mined on earth aren’t just set apart by their large size and luster, but by a unique origin story as well. They were born of metal, growing from patches of liquid iron and gas deep inside the Earth.

“Diamonds like [the Cullinan] have characteristics that aren’t quite the same as other kinds of diamonds. For years, geologists have wondered if maybe they formed in a slightly different way or if they came from a different part of the mantle. It’s been a lingering question that’s been really hard to tackle,” Smith says.

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Wealthfront

20th April 2017

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Not mentioned in the article is the fee structure. Like most ‘advised’ accounts, they take a little piece periodically; the dependence on AI means that the piece can be very small, as with the fees charged by index funds. They also do ‘tax loss harvesting’, which means losses can be used on your tax return to offset gains. It doesn’t work out to much but any savings on your taxes ought to be worth something.

I put a bit of money in a Wealthfront account just to see what would happen, and in the year I’ve had it the return has been a bit over 12%. That doesn’t tell you anything meaningful about the long-term, of course, but it’s encouraging. I think AI-based investing will increasingly be a Thing.

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Discovery May Help Decipher Ancient Inca String Code

20th April 2017

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When it’s not pushing its left-wing agenda, National Geographic sometimes talks about geography.

A discovery made in a remote mountain village high in the Peruvian Andes suggests that the ancient Inca used accounting devices made of knotted, colored strings for more than accounting.

The devices, called khipus (pronounced kee-poos), used combinations of knots to represent numbers and were used to inventory stores of corn, beans, and other provisions. Spanish accounts from colonial times claim that Inca khipus also encoded history, biographies, and letters, but researchers have yet to decipher any non-numerical meaning in the cords and knots.

Now a pair of khipus protected by Andean elders since colonial times may offer fresh clues for understanding how more elaborate versions of the devices could have stored and relayed information.

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Pittsburgh Professor: ‘We’re All Screwed Because White People Are In Charge’

20th April 2017

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University of Pittsburgh professor Shanara Reid-Brinkley held a lecture Tuesday where she stated that American democracy was built on “anti-blackness” and that black citizens cannot possibly be free in America.

“I think that we’re all screwed because white people are in charge,” Reid-Brinkley said, speaking at an event at the University of Wisconsin.

Well, then, when is she leaving? Surely she doesn’t want to stay in a country where she can’t be ‘free’?

They all bitch, bitch, bitch but they all stay.

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Venezuelan Protests Against Government Leave Two Students Dead

19th April 2017

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Free speech under socialism. Bernie Sanders, you’re on.

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NYC Mayor Encourages Cigarette Smuggling with Plan to Massively Jack Up Prices

19th April 2017

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I’m sure the Mafia appreciates the business opportunity. You’d think that politicians would have learned something from Prohibition but apparently not.

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The DREAMer Who Wasn’t

19th April 2017

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After a detailed records search, we determined that Juan Manuel MONTES-Bojorquez was approved for DACA starting in 2014 and had a DACA expiration date of Jan. 25, 2018. However, Mr. MONTES-Bojorquez lost his DACA status when he left the United States without advanced parole on an unknown date prior to his arrest by the U.S. Border Patrol on Feb. 19, 2017. According to his interview with the Border Patrol, conducted in Spanish, he entered the United States on February 19, 2017, and he acknowledged that he understood the questions that he was being asked. Departing the country without advanced parole terminates the protections MONTES-Bojorquez was granted under DACA.

The U.S. Border Patrol has no record of encountering Mr. MONTES-Bojorquez in the days before his detention and subsequent arrest for immigration violations on February 19, 2017. There are no records or evidence to support MONTES-Bojorquez’s claim that he was detained or taken to the Calexico Port of Entry on February 18, 2017. Prior to his arrest by the United States Border Patrol on February 19, 2017, MONTES-Bojorquez’s last documented encounter with any United States immigration law enforcement official was in August of 2010, where he was permitted to withdraw his application of admission in lieu of receiving an Expedited Removal.

Getcher scorecard! Ya can’t tell whose a victim without a scorecard!

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America’s Most Political Food

19th April 2017

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Southern food as seen from the Upper West Side.

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How Utah Keeps the American Dream Alive

19th April 2017

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Well, for one thing, it’s full of people who ‘self-identify’ as Christians. Funny how that works.

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4 Key Tactics for Successful Squirrel Hunting

19th April 2017

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Just in case you were wondering. I know I was.

In years past, hunters would begin their sporting careers in pursuit of small game. The tricks and tactics they learned were then put to use on bigger game such as deer and turkeys.

These days, however, the trend has been reversed. Most new hunters head straight for the deer stand or turkey blind and never learn the basic skills and strategies gained by long hours spent cruising the hardwoods in search of sharp-eyed bushytails.

The slackers.

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Report: Taxpayers Subsidize Thousands of Federal Workers Conducting Union Business

19th April 2017

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One hand washes the other. Democrats, of course, the party of corruption since before the Civil War.

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US Officer Whose Crew Iran Held Hostage Allowed to Stay in Navy

19th April 2017

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The U.S. officer in charge of the crew that Iranian forces temporarily detained in January 2016 will be allowed to stay in the Navy, Foreign Policy reports.

Lt. David Nartker was previously recommended to be “separated” from the Navy because of his role in the international incident. Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps navy personnel detained Nartker and nine other sailors for nearly 24 hours after their riverine boats drifted into Iranian waters.

“His peers have looked at this, and they have decided that this doesn’t warrant separation, they want to keep him as a colleague,” Nartker’s lawyer told Foreign Policy.

If he’s smart he’ll look for another line of work. I wouldn’t want to work for this guy, nor would I want him in my crew.

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The Ossoff Variations

19th April 2017

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America Rising has posted a clip of Ossoff fielding questions from CNN’s Alisyn Camerota (video below). Following up on reports that Ossoff doesn’t even live in the district, Camerota asks him: “Is it true you can’t vote for yourself?” After a painful silence, Ossoff talks around the question. He has been living with his girlfriend of 12 years, he explains, and he is supporting her as she completes her education.

Camerota asks: “So when are you going to marry her?” He’ll get back to her on that one.

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Thought for the Day: Public Education

19th April 2017

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South African Hunter ‘Eaten by Crocodiles’ in Zimbabwe

19th April 2017

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Crocodiles are thought to have eaten a South African hunter after human remains were found inside two animals.

Scott van Zyl disappeared last week after he went on a hunting safari in Zimbabwe.

Accompanied by a pack of dogs and a Zimbabwean tracker, the professional hunter who organises trips for foreign clients is thought to have been eaten by crocodiles on the bank of the Limpopo River.

Let that be a lesson to us all.

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Hogwash 101

19th April 2017

Steve Sailer looks at academia.

The Hitlerian vocabulary of Studies professors suggests that although we hear so much about the dangers of the “alt-right,” we ought to learn more about the “ctrl-left.”

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Thought for the Day: On the Internet, Nobody Knows You’re a Dog – Until You Show Them

19th April 2017

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The Air Comes Out of the Anti-Trump Balloon

19th April 2017

Scott Adams racks ’em up.

The economy? Looking good.

North Korea? Looks like China is on our side. Good sign.

Syria? Those Tomahawk missiles were downright “Presidential”

Illegal Immigration? Already down 70% from Trump’s persuasion alone.

Supreme Court? Gorsuch is respected and qualified, even if you don’t like his ways.

Healthcare? No one said it would be easy, but the focus and energy are in place to get something done eventually.

Tax reform? Too slow for the country’s taste, but observers expect something good to come out of it. That’s why business optimism is high.

Climate change? Anecdotally, it seems to me that the debate has evolved from mindless bullying of non-believers to a lower confidence in both the climate models and the economic models (which are not science). That seems like a step toward clarity.

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How Late-Night Comedy Fueled the Rise of Trump

19th April 2017

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A month after the election, Trevor Noah, the host of The Daily Show, published an op?ed in The New York Times that sought to position himself and his show as instruments of healing in a broken land. It was called “Let’s Not Be Divided, Divided People Are Easier to Rule,” and it zapped around progressives’ inboxes and Facebook feeds like a digital balm of Gilead. It was a reminder that we were not, in those fevered early weeks, being our best selves: “Instead of speaking in measured tones about what unites us, we are screaming at each other about what divides us.” How true that was, and—one might churlishly observe—what a sea change from Noah’s tone during the campaign, when he berated the Republican candidate for tweeting with “those fat little tiny fingers of yours” and for trying to think with “that stupid head,” and when he advised the candidate that “maybe you should look in the mirror, asshole.”

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Muslim Shooter Kills Three Whites in Fresno

19th April 2017

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How did he find three whites in Fresno?

A gunman opened fire in downtown Fresno on Tuesday, killing at least three people.

The suspect, 39-year-old Kori Ali Muhammad, harbored hatred of white people, Fresno police chief Jerry Dyer said after the shooting, the Fresno Bee reported.

Muhammad’s three victims were white. Muhammad was also reportedly involved in the killing of a motel security guard in Fresno on Sunday.

While being taken into custody, Muhammad reportedly shouted “Allahu Akbar.”

Will the Islamophobia never cease?

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Major Insurance Company Ditches Obamacare, Profits Skyrocket

19th April 2017

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Following what amounted to a $475 million loss from participating in the exchanges in 2015, UnitedHealth announced in April 2016, that it would back out of all but a “handful” in 2017. The group expected to lose as much as $800 million in 2016.

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“Conspiracy Against Rights:” Are Masked Anti-Free Speech Thugs Breaking Federal Law?

19th April 2017

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Hint: Yes.

Attorney General Sessions should ask the mayor of Berkeley and the governor of California if they intend to enforce California’s law against masked intimidators and remind them of this federal law and his powers to protect the Constitutional civil rights of citizens and to sanction officials who fail to do so.

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United CEO Says No One Will Be Fired for Dragging Incident

19th April 2017

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It’s like working for the government — nobody gets fired, nobody goes to jail.

I hope they find that nobody wants to fly United, either.

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