Thought for the day

"It is incredible that this must be said, but the obvious seems to escape politicized academics, so we must state the obvious: Genocide is deliberate; it is premeditated. There is no genocide without premeditation. The murders are not unfortunate coincidences. This is why it is called "mass MURDER" and not "mass MANSLAUGHTER." -- A.E. Samaan

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It appears that not everyone is on board with the left wing’s approach to tackling the challenges of climate change.

Certain individuals the left used to be able to count on for support are beginning to back away from their approach—namely, Bill Gates.

Fox Business reported the Microsoft co-founder stated in an interview that scolding people for eating meat or obtaining nice possessions was NOT the way forward for the climate movement. He feels that these approaches will backfire. He made these comments on Bloomberg’s Zero podcast with host Akshat Rathi.

Over the last several weeks, many mainstream news media outlets have claimed that hurricanes are becoming more expensive, more frequent, and more intense because of climate change.

  • The Financial Times reported that “hurricane frequency is on the rise.”

  • The New York Times claimed, “strong storms are becoming more common in the Atlantic Ocean.”

A climate activist wants to protest private jets.

That makes sense. Private jets are bad for the environment, as are any jets. Instead of organizing a protest, this supposed activist vandalized a historic memorial.

Breitbart states, “A climate change activist poured human feces and urine over a memorial to Second World War veteran Captain Sir Tom Moore. This action is an attempt to protest private jets.”

"We Own The Science": UN Official Admits That They Partner With Google To Control Search Results MikeRivero Tue, 10/04/2022 - 09:42

The UN’s Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications, Melissa Fleming, recently admitted in a discussion with the World Economic Forum that the globalist institution has partnered with Big Tech platforms like Google in order to control search results on subjects like climate change, making the establishment narrative the predominant narrative while suppressing information and data that runs contrary to the UN's climate agenda. 

NY Joins Other States With This Ridiculous Move

New York is following the lead of California in banning the sale of all gas-powered cars and trucks by 2035.

Governor Hochul announced the move this week and said that by 2035 all vehicles sold in New York would be required to be electric.

I know, I know. Fall just started. If you're the type who longs for the days of pumpkin spice everything, breaking out the sweatshirts and sitting around the fire pit on a cool autumn night after sweating it out during the hot and humid summer days we suffer through every year in Indiana, Kentucky, and Illinois, I imagine you just want to enjoy these days now that they're finally here and not put any thought into what may come once they're over. I totally get that, and you should. However, I'm the type who thinks it's good to know what's coming so we can try and prepare accordingly.

A popular scare story running in the media is that the Greenland ice sheet is about to slip its moorings under ferocious and unprecedented Arctic heat and arrive in the reader’s front room any day now (I exaggerate, but not much). Meanwhile back in the scientific world, scientists are scrambling to understand what natural causes lie behind the sudden slow-down in Greenland’s summer warming and ice loss dating back to 2010.

Supreme Court kicks off new term with oral arguments MikeRivero Mon, 10/03/2022 - 10:16

The Supreme Court begins its new term on Monday with two sets of oral arguments, the first for newly-appointed Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson.

The first case of the term is Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency, a matter that could determine the scope of the EPA's authority over wetlands under the Clean Water Act.

B.C.'s annual winter tire rules kick in on Saturday, which means drivers could be fined if they don't have winter tires in good condition on many of the province's highways.

The rules are in place every year from Oct. 1 to March 31, while some highways will have the rules extended until April 30 due to early-spring snowfall, according to the province.

The annual requirement covers: