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Dec 05 2017

Open Thread

As a mother, I know that homosexuals cannot biologically reproduce children; therefore, they must recruit our children. - Anita Bryant



  • geeknerd

    Well, not until we invented the turkey baster.

  • Maurice Miner

    Don’t be sexist! Yes, female homos can reproduce (as you have eloquently stated). However, male homos are incapable of reproducing despite multi-millions being thrown at this apparent medical “issue”.

    The poofs will die out – Darwinism in action!

  • I got my flu shot, not that it apparently will matter:

    America faces one of the worst flu seasons ever as doctors warn the vaccine is only 10% effective this year – and infections are already on the rise
    The US will be hit by the H3N2 flu strain this year – the same strain responsible for the biggest outbreaks in recent history
    Australia suffered the worst flu to date this summer due to the H3N2 flu strain
    Experts say the flu vaccine appears to be just 10% effective this year

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5148911/This-years-flu-set-one-worst-ever.html

  • Males can donate their sperm, females can apply it using turkey basters.

  • No, it wouldn’t “sink” the world economy – it would superhcarge it.

    https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/665004/nasa-asteroid-psyche-16-metal-world-economy-quadrillion

    It would take an amazing amount of money to get to it, to start mining it. But it is a potential source of metals if we run out of iron or nickel in the future.

  • Naturally blacks are upset after, in the case of Conyers, who has embarrassed them once again, the Democrats failed to apply their usual double standard – the same one they applied to Clinton and are applying to Franken, but not to Trump, Moore or for that matter Bill Cosby (black) or Weinstein (Jewish)… hmm do I see a pattern here?

    Of course, the other difference is the allegations against Conyers are credible, the ones against Moore and Trump, at least, aren’t. Yeah, they’ve got a point in the cases of Clinton and Franken though.

    Apparently they’re also upset that Republican Blake Farenthold dressed in duck pajamas alongside women in lingerie back in 2010. In 2014, Farenthold was sued by a former staffer, who accused the congressman of gender discrimination, saying that he created a hostile work environment and improperly fired her after she complained.

    https://www.politico.com/story/2017/12/05/conyers-resign-congressional-black-caucus-281044

    Black lawmakers resentful after Conyers resignation
    Members of the Congressional Black Caucus see white politicians being treated differently after facing sexual misconduct allegations.

  • ‘They all knew’: Media elites roared in laughter at obscene 2008 ‘roast’ sending up Matt Lauer’s office sexcapades

    http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2017/12/05/media-elite-laughed-at-2008-roast-sending-matt-lauer-s-pervy-behavior.html

    Embattled NBC executives have been falling over themselves insisting they had no idea about Matt Lauer’s pervy past. But if anyone doubts that New York’s media elite was aware of Lauer’s reputation, they should look no further than a top-secret “roast” of Lauer that took place in October 2008.

    The notorious event — now legendary in New York media circles — pushed the outer limits of sexist, racist, homophobic and obscene jokes — and left little doubt that Lauer’s colleagues knew NBC’s biggest star had a troubled marriage and a wandering eye.

    Last week, NBC’s own Joe Scarborough, who attended the roast but said he left early, feeling uncomfortable, brought it up on “Morning Joe.” Lauer’s peccadillos, he said, were not just known about. At the roast, they were celebrated.

    “The whole theme was that he does the show and then he has sex with people, with employees,” Scarborough said. “So was this whispered behind closed doors? No. It was shouted from the mountaintops and everybody laughed about it.”

    The 2008 Friars Club roast took place at the New York Hilton and was attended by everyone from future President Donald Trump to TV legend Norman Lear to a constellation of New York’s media elite including Brian Williams, Diane Sawyer, Nancy O’Dell and Howard Stern. Also on hand were numerous top executives from across the business and almost everyone who was anyone at NBC News. Fox News has confirmed many details of the roast with a media executive who attended, and has also drawn on the one contemporaneous account of the roast, which appeared in The Village Voice.

    Speaker Martha Stewart joked, “I hear NBC executives call Matt the ‘Cock of the Rock,’” according to The Voice.

    Another of the roast’s speakers was current CNN Worldwide President Jeff Zucker — then the chairman of NBC Universal — who last week adamantly denied that he had any idea about Lauer’s in-office sexcapades.

    “It’s just good to see Matt up here and not under my desk,” Zucker said from the podium. “I don’t want to say Matt is a germophobe, but he’s the only guy I know who uses Purell both before and after he masturbates.”

  • Mike_W20

    To be honest, with all the elitist psychopaths, Satanists, paedophiles and crooks ruling over the West, and their apparent loathing of us deplorables, I’m not sure I’d trust a flu vaccine these days.
    Pretty soon they’ll be encouraging us to suicide, I’m sure.

  • KirklesWorth

    Newest “global warming” villain – bitcoins.

    Right Wing News: Newest Thing That Contributes To ‘Climate Change’: Bitcoin

    (Daily Caller) Bitcoin has caught the attention of liberal writers who argue the digital crypto-currency is contributing to global warming. Vox and The New Republic (TNR) have pieces out highlighting the massive amounts of energy it takes to mine Bitcoins, most of which comes from fossil fuels. Most Bitcoins are mined in China, fueled by cheap coal power. TNR’s Emily Atkin wrote that “Bitcoins are contributing to the warming of the atmosphere without providing a significant public benefit in return,” adding “[w]e only have 32 years left for carbon emissions to peak and then rapidly decrease, if our planet is to remain livable.” (snip)

  • KirklesWorth

    I guess that means Monica Lewinsky, Gennifer Flowers, Paula Jones, etc.?

    CNN: Time awards Person of the Year to those who reported sexual misconduct

    Time magazine has named “The Silence Breakers,” representing people who came forward to report sexual misconduct, as its Person of the Year. It’s a recognition of the cultural reckoning this year and the #MeToo movement, which represents the people, mostly women, who have fueled a worldwide discussion about sexual harassment and assault. “This reckoning appears to have sprung up overnight. But it has actually been simmering for years, decades, centuries,” Time’s story said. “These silence breakers have started a revolution of refusal, gathering strength by the day, and in the past two months alone, their collective anger has spurred immediate and shocking results: nearly every day, CEOs have been fired, moguls toppled, icons disgraced. In some cases, criminal charges have been brought.”

  • itsatax

    Crooked Senior Democrat PA state rep (Scranton, of course) is being granted a $245,000 annual pension in spite of his conviction for “conspiracy to commit mail fraud and to defraud the U.S.” He used govt funds on his campaigns.

    $245,000/yr pension ($20,510 monthly). To a convicted crook.

    http://www.philly.com/philly/news/politics/in-rare-move-state-officials-restore-pension-for-convicted-former-senator-20171205.html

  • Kevcar

    Mining asteroids has been the topic of many great Sci fi novels. Larry Niven has written many great stories about the challenges and benefits. If we ever get to the point of building very large space stations, or deep space ships, they would be a very convenient source for material. Hopefully some day.

  • KirklesWorth

    More proof the “pope” is an incompetent socialist fool/tool.

    Daily Mail: Turkey warns Trump is ‘plunging the world into a fire with no end in sight’ as Middle East leaders and the Pope condemn upcoming decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital

    Leaders across the Middle East warned on Wednesday that President Donald Trump’s anticipated announcement recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital would inflame Muslim feelings worldwide and bring further chaos and instability to the region. A Turkish government spokesman said that the move will plunge the region and the world into ‘a fire with no end in sight’. Criticism poured in from Tehran and Ankara to war-ravaged Syria and Pope Francis, reflecting the anxiety ahead of Wednesday’s expected announcement, which upends decades of US policy. In a frantic series of calls, the leaders of Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, the European Union, France, Germany and Turkey all warned Trump against the move.

  • Mr. Freemarket

    The worth of metals (or an asteroid) is based upon supply and demand.

    “But the value of just the iron alone if the asteroid was transported back to Earth, would be $10,000 quadrillion (£8,072 quadrillion).”

    Who will use all this iron? What will they build with it? 1000 cities the size of New York???

    A couple hundred rail lines?

    “It is thought that by studying the rock, scientists can better learn how to defend Earth against the threat.”

    Another silly statement. A rock that is 156 miles wide is, like all other rocks in space, subject to Newton’s laws. You can either move it, or let it hit the earth.

    Plans to send a rocket to such an object are an effective way to pour tax dollars down a sink hole.

  • Mr. Freemarket

    Time magazine really has descended into the realm of the absurd.

  • Eddie_Valiant

    SCOTUS is hearing arguments about the case of the Christian baker who would not decorate (not bake) a wedding cake for a male same sex couple. This is the Colorado bake shop case, and the outcome is looking positive. Of course, with SCOTUS, no decision is done until the ink is dry.

    How this got to the Supreme Court does make me scratch my head. From the Patriot Post:

    In a pluralistic society like America, this should not be an issue. The plaintiffs admit there were plenty of other bakers who would provide the cake, but this was never about getting a cake. No, it’s about forcing endorsement of the homosexual agenda and punishing a Christian for living by his faith.

  • KirklesWorth

    This idiot Jane Merrick at CNN laughably believes these women speaking up is a referendum on Donald Trump…ridiculous and pathetic.

    http://www.cnn.com/2017/12/06/opinions/time-person-of-the-year-jane-merrick-opinion/index.html“>Time magazine has sided with women over the misogynist-in-chief

    A little over a year ago, despite a swirl of sexual assault allegations against him and a track record of misogyny, Donald Trump beat the woman many hoped would make it to the White House — not only to the presidency, but to the title of Time magazine’s Person of the Year. This year, it is the President who has to get in line. The choice by Time of the “Silence Breakers” — the women and men who have spoken out about their experiences of rape, sexual assault and harassment — as Person of the Year 2017 is not just a recognition of the jolt to society the #MeToo movement has caused. It is a perfect counter-blast to Trump’s record on women.</blockquote.

  • KayElle

    Moonbattery was one of my favorite sites for many years, but I gave up on it during the campaign season because I was very sad/disgusted by the continual vicious Trump bashing. I am SO glad to see a return to posts and comments by the common sense, “normal” folks I’ve always enjoyed. Thank you Dave!

  • KirklesWorth

    This has got to be the most laughable headline the “global warmers” have produced recently.

    Independent: Worst-case global warming predictions are the most accurate, say climate experts: ‘There is a 93 per cent chance that global warming will exceed 4°C by the end of this century,’ lead scientist says

    Current predictions of climate change may significantly underestimate the speed and severity of global warming, according to a new study. Reappraisal of the models climate scientists use to determine future warming has revealed that less optimistic estimates are more realistic. The results suggest that the Paris Climate Agreement, which aims to keep global average temperatures from rising 2°C, may be overly ambitious. “Our study indicates that if emissions follow a commonly used business-as-usual scenario, there is a 93 per cent chance that global warming will exceed 4°C by the end of this century,” said Dr Ken Caldeira, an atmospheric scientist at the Carnegie Institution for Science who co-authored the new study.

  • Harvey Weinstein’s Web of Complicity Included National Enquirer and CAA, Per N.Y. Times Report

    http://variety.com/2017/biz/news/harvey-weinstein-caa-national-enquirer-web-of-complicity-1202631580/

    Harvey Weinstein got away with sexual assault for decades with assistance from a vast web of enablers, according to a report in the New York Times.

    The 8,000-word story, published Tuesday evening, attempts to pin down who knew what and when about Weinstein’s alleged misconduct. According to the Times, at least eight agents at Creative Artists Agency were aware that Weinstein had sexually harassed or threatened female clients, yet the agency continued to do business with him and send actresses to meet with him.

    The story also details Weinstein’s close relationship with tabloid journalists, detailing how Weinstein would provide tips to reporters about others in exchange for killing stories about his infidelities. The story also documents Weinstein’s close relationship with Bill and Hillary Clinton, and discloses that Weinstein was involved in a documentary project about Hillary Clinton until revelations of his sexual misconduct came to light.

  • They keep issuing these dire claims, but they keep ignoring that the actual trends are better than their best predictions – the ones based on scenarios that we commit energy suicide. We’ve been exceeding “business as usual” with respect to our human carbon production and despite this the temperature has risen lower than their best case scenarios.

  • Compared to some people, Franken’s activities seem rather tame.

    However, if it gets him booted out of an office he won by election fraud (Remember the ballots found in the trunk of a car, among other things?) I’ll take it.

    And it’s a refreshing, though probably temporary and only superficial, change: Democrats actually calling out their own for misdeeds. I say superficial because if they make it deep and lasting they’ll all be gone before this is over.

    https://www.cnbc.com/2017/12/06/another-woman-accuses-al-franken-of-sex-misconduct-senator-denies-it.html

    Democrats line up to call for Al Franken’s resignation; senator plans ‘announcement’ Thursday
    Democratic senators are urging Sen. Al Franken to resign amid sexual misconduct allegations.
    After the resignation calls, Franken’s office said the senator would make an announcement on Thursday.
    The Minnesota Democrat vehemently denies the latest accusation against him — by a woman who says he tried to forcibly kiss her in 2006.

  • Another reason I am glad that Trump got elected – and about damn time:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5152783/Trump-officially-recognizes-Jerusalem-Israels-capital.html

    ‘Today I am delivering’: Trump recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s capital despite international fury from the Pope, the UK, Russia, China, Turkey, Iran and Palestinians who say ‘he’s declaring war against 1.5 billion Muslims’
    President Trump announced he’s recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital city, and starting the process of moving the U.S. embassy there from Tel Aviv
    ‘Many presidents have said they want to do something, and they didn’t do it; whether it’s through courage or they change their mind I can’t tell you,’ he said during a cabinet meeting before his world-shaking speech
    International outcry was swift and furious ahead of his remarks
    Palestinians said it would be ‘a kiss of death to the two-state solution’ and Trump is ‘declaring war in the Middle East’
    Pope Francis said he was ‘profoundly concerned’ and appealed that ‘everyone respects the status quo of the city’
    China, which has good ties with Israel and the Palestinians, expressed concerns over ‘possible aggravation of regional tensions’
    Iran’s supreme leader said Trump’s new stance represented ‘incompetence and failure’
    Russia, a key Middle East player, expressed concern about a ‘possible deterioration’ there
    Moving the embassy to Jerusalem will unfold over ‘years,’ a senior White House official said; ‘It won’t be immediate, it won’t be months, it won’t be quick’

  • Latest revelations make the entire ‘collusion’ probe look like a partisan hit – which it actually obviously was from the very start.

    https://nypost.com/2017/12/05/latest-revelations-make-the-entire-collusion-probe-look-like-a-partisan-hit/

    So Peter Strzok wasn’t just a top investigator for special counsel Robert Mueller until he was axed for anti-Trump and pro-Clinton bias: He was also a major player in the Hillary email probe and the FBI work that led to the “collusion” investigation.

    And Mueller and the FBI both dragged their feet on sharing key info about all this with Congress.
    Including the news that Strzok was the one who changed then-FBI chief Jim Comey’s draft language on Clinton’s use of that private server from “grossly negligent” to “extremely careless” in the final version.

    That’s huge, because the statute specifies that gross negligence in the handling of classified info is itself a crime, whatever the intent — though Comey declared that Clinton shouldn’t face prosecution precisely because she had no “intent” to break the law.

    Strzok also conducted the FBI interviews of Clinton and her top aides, Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin, in the email probe.

  • Trump: Government shutdown ‘could happen’ Saturday
    President Donald Trump says a government shutdown “could happen” as soon as Saturday.
    Congress has until midnight on Friday approve a short-term spending package to keep the government open.
    Despite majorities in both chambers, Republicans will need Democratic votes to pass the bill.

    https://www.cnbc.com/2017/12/06/trump-government-shutdown-could-happen-saturday.html

    President Donald Trump on Wednesday said that a government shutdown “could happen” as soon as Saturday.

    “It could happen,” Trump said during a Cabinet meeting at the White House, in response to a reporter’s question about the Friday deadline for a spending bill to fund the government.

    “The Democrats are really looking at something that could be very dangerous for our country,” Trump said. “They are looking at shutting down. They want to have illegal immigrants, in many cases people that we don’t want in our country, they want to have illegal immigrants pouring into our country, bringing with them crime, tremendous amounts of crime.”

    Congress has until midnight on Friday to approve a short-term spending package to keep the government open. Despite majorities in both chambers, Republicans will need Democratic votes to pass the bill.

    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., responded on Twitter to Trump’s comments saying: “President Trump is the only person talking about a government shutdown. Democrats are hopeful the President will be open to an agreement to address the urgent needs of the American people and keep government open.”

  • Those who continually vote for higher taxes and bigger government (by electing Democrats) are going to have to start paying them – and they’re howling about it.

    Democrats are doomed if GOP tax cuts become law, says Republican businessman Ken Langone
    The Republican tax cuts would “unleash economic forces” and undermine any doomsday predictions from Democrats, Langone says.
    “My taxes are going to go up. And I think that’s wonderful,” he adds.

  • Putin aiming for “President for Life” – should just go ahead and announce he’s doing away with elections until he dies.

    https://sputniknews.com/russia/201712061059749948-putin-russia-election-2018/

    Russia’s incumbent president has declared his intention to seek re-election for a second consecutive term in the country’s upcoming 2018 election.

  • The moonbat trend towards allowing “service animals” where they really shouldn’t be is paying off.

    https://pagesix.com/2017/12/05/service-dog-causes-chaos-at-cats-performance/?_ga=2.184203814.1271934211.1512555680-2070918925.1512555680

    Service dog causes chaos at ‘Cats’ performance

    A dog ran amok at Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Cats” this week.

    Spies at the Neil Simon Theatre tell us an audience member’s service dog “got away from its owner and ran after [the character] Bombalurina, performed by actress Mackenzie Warren, during the opening number.”

    Luckily, a fast-moving usher “intervened and returned the wayward canine to its mortified owner.” A spokesperson for the megamusical confirmed the incident, adding, “In the storied history of ‘Cats,’ this is the first time one of the actual cats was involved in an incident with a dog. “

  • Moonbats doubling down on California Crazy, Rush song “Red Barchetta” (motor laws) coming true there.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-12-05/california-bill-to-banish-gasoline-cars-by-2040-is-in-the-works

    California Bill in the Works to Banish Gasoline Cars

    A California lawmaker wants to put the state alongside China, France and the U.K. and have its legislature consider a ban on vehicles powered by fossil fuels.

    Of course the Bloomberg story is false – China, France and the U.K. have not banned vehicles powered by fossil fuels.

  • Despite the moonbats dominance (or perhaps BECAUSE OF IT) SoCal remains a great place to live – apparently particularly if you’re homeless:

    https://apnews.com/47662ad74baf4bb09f40619e4fd25a94/West-Coast-crisis-leads-to-rise-in-US-homeless-population

    The nation’s homeless population increased this year for the first time since 2010, driven by a surge in the number of people living on the streets in Los Angeles and other West Coast cities.

    The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development released its annual Point in Time count Wednesday, a report that showed nearly 554,000 homeless people across the country during local tallies conducted in January. That figure is up nearly 1 percent from 2016.

    Of that total, 193,000 people had no access to nightly shelter and instead were staying in vehicles, tents, the streets and other places considered uninhabitable. The unsheltered figure is up by more than 9 percent compared to two years ago.

    Increases are higher in several West Coast cities, where the explosion in homelessness has prompted at least 10 city and county governments to declare states of emergency since 2015.

    City officials, homeless advocates and those living on the streets point to a main culprit: the region’s booming economy .

    So basically they blame the fact the economy, under Trump, is doing so well – even though these people were on the path to homelessness and most of them actually got there due to the 8 years of economic malaise under Obama.

    If it’s affordable homes that are the problem, ship them all to Democrat strongholds where there are plenty of cheap structures, often abandoned. Democrats ruin an area whenever they take control.

  • Some people claim they smoke pot because it eliminates nausea.

    Now it’s apparently causing it:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5150081/Heavy-marijuana-users-showing-ER-scromiting.html

    Mysterious condition dubbed ‘scromiting’ hits weed smokers across the US and causes them to vomit AND scream
    ‘Scromiting’ is becoming an all-too-familiar site at emergency rooms
    The condition, called Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome (CHS), is not yet properly understood
    Medical experts believe the symptoms appear from individuals using or consuming heavy amounts of marijuana over a long period of time
    Doctors note that the condition could stem from the body being over saturated by cannabinoids, affecting the hypothalamus
    Dr Aimee Moulin said she has seen a rise in cases since California legalized recreational marijuana last November

    Several more or less moonbat overrun states are in the middle of huge medical/social experiments as the open use of marijuana (or rather it’s active chemicals, in various forms) is now legal or at least decriminalized. And so far the results are mixed.

  • On paper, socialism does actually seem like the superior system. The problem is it just doesn’t work in the real world. Unfortunately we have to keep re-learning this every generation, it seems:

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/socialism-capitalism-seen-in-new-light-by-younger-americans-1512561601

    Socialism, Capitalism Seen in New Light by Younger Americans
    Surveys show a leftward tilt, and pessimism about the future, among millennials

    Einstein was a committed socialist, until he gained fame and fortune, anyway.

    The article highlights how left wing propaganda (capitalism is bad, it promotes and encourages inequality, you have no chance if you support capitalism) is working.

  • KirklesWorth
  • Moonbats will tell you that Obama deported more illegals than anyone did before him… the truth is coming out:

    Obama blocked deportation of 550,000 illegals, more than Atlanta’s population

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/obama-blocked-deportation-of-550000-illegals-more-than-atlantas-population/article/2642694

    U.S. immigration officials have revealed that they face a deportation backlog of 550,000 illegal immigrants who were given temporary amnesty by former President Obama or simply let off the hook by liberal judges.

    The massive backlog is being tackled by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, but the sheer numbers — bigger than the populations of Atlanta or Sacramento — is overwhelming the agency’s enforcement and removal department.

    This week as ICE and other immigration officials reviewed successes under President Trump, a reporter asked Matthew T. Albence, executive associate director for enforcement and removal operations, if he knew the number of outstanding deportation orders. The conversation went this way:

    Albence: “Ballpark is going to be around 550,000.”

    Reporter: “Whoa. Why is it so high?”

    Albence: “Well for a large part of the last four or five years we’ve been unable to take enforcement action against those individuals.”

    Under Obama, many deportation actions were delayed starting in 2014, he said.

    Even if ICE officers found one in a jail, Albence said that they were advised against seizing the illegal. “Our officers had to turn their heads and walk the other way. So that’s a large part of that problem, the fact that we couldn’t enforce the law,” he said.

    And liberal judges also forgave or protected illegals, even illegal populations like several Iraqi’s in the Detroit area, some sought for murder, according to ICE.

    “We need to hold liberal judges accountable,” said ICE Acting Director Thomas D. Homan.

    Homan said ICE plans to fight those cities and other obstructions to send a message to illegal populations that they are not safe from deportation, even if they have been in the U.S. for 10 years.

    “There has to be a consequence and a deterrence to illegal activity or the illegal activity won’t stop,” said Homan.

  • “It may hurt the peace process”

    What peace process? The so called “palestinians” have no interest in peace. Their goal is still the complete destruction/elimination of Israel. That never changed.

  • Eddie_Valiant

    I don’t know when the plaintiffs made such an admission, and I’m quoting from another source who I usually trust. Once that admission was made, from my simple perspective, shouldn’t that have ended any further litigation?

    Guess that’s why being a lawyer was never on my radar.

  • Fake news… admitted, again.

    http://dailycaller.com/2017/12/06/bloomberg-corrects-bombshell-trump-bank-records-story/

    Bloomberg Corrects Bombshell Trump Bank Records Story

    Bloomberg News corrected Wednesday its bombshell report that special counsel Robert Mueller had subpoenaed Deutsche Bank records pertaining to President Donald Trump and his family.

    The corrected report said the bank records “pertain to people affiliated” with Trump. Bloomberg had originally reported that Mueller “zeroed in” on Trump and his family.

    “Mueller issued a subpoena to Germany’s largest lender several weeks ago, forcing the bank to submit documents on its relationship with Trump and his family, according to a person briefed on the matter, who asked not to be identified because the action has not been announced,” Bloomberg reported Tuesday.

    Trump’s attorney John Dowd denied the original Bloomberg article. “We have confirmed that the news reports that the Special Counsel had subpoenaed financial records relating to the president are false. No subpoena has been issued or received. We have confirmed this with the bank and other sources,” Dowd wrote in a statment.

  • TREASON – hang the 58.

    House rejects Trump impeachment resolution after Dem Rep. Al Green forces vote

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/12/06/us-rep-al-green-plans-trump-impeachment-resolution.html

    The House of Representatives overwhelmingly rejected an attempt to impeach President Trump after a liberal Texas congressman forced a vote on his effort.

    Democratic Rep. Al Green, who has repeatedly called for the president’s removal, introduced two articles of impeachment against Trump on Wednesday.

    But lawmakers immediately voted to effectively kill his resolution, with 364 voting to table it and 58 Democrats voting to move ahead.

  • My point was that we would not get all that metal at once -but in the process of developing the technology to exploit it we could in fact gain for our economy and also we still wouldn’t get it all at once. So it won’t implode our economy, it can only help it and then as Kevcar said, we could avoid having to take materials to space from Earth to build stuff so that’s a win too.

  • All it takes is one person involved in the production, transport or delivery of the vaccine to the patient who feels the Earth is overpopulated and an immediate cull is necessary.

    And bottom line the only effective way to reduce the carbon footprint of the human race “immediately” as they keep telling their drones it’s necessary to do is to start killing people now so… recipe for disaster.

  • Of course moonbats like Emily Atkin ignore the fact that more atmospheric CO2 and higher temperatures are actually IMPROVING the biosphere. It’s a fact:

    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/grl.50563/abstract

    Impact of CO2 fertilization on maximum foliage cover across the globe’s warm, arid environments Authors Randall J. Donohue

    http://m.phys.org/news/2013-07-greening-co2.html

    http://news.heartland.org/newspaper-article/2009/10/01/sahara-desert-greening-thanks-global-warming

    http://www.sci-news.com/othersciences/geophysics/science-carbon-dioxide-desert-greening-01209.html

    http://principia-scientific.org/tag/us-geophysical-research-letters/
    A new study, based on satellite observations, CSIRO, in collaboration with the Australian National University (ANU) reported that the rising levels of carbon dioxide have caused deserts to start greening and increased foliage cover by 11 percent from 1982-2010 across parts of the arid areas studied in Australia, North America, the Middle East and Africa.

    http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD/view.php?id=1804 Northern Hemisphere Greening

    http://epod.usra.edu/blog/2001/09/greening-in-the-northern-hemisphere.html Northern Hemisphere Greening

  • I took a single law course, thought about it and then agreed with the joke:

    What’s 1,000 lawyers on the bottom of the ocean.

    A good start.

  • And the worst thing is those who fought for ruining marriage promised that this wasn’t about creating a victim class for the purpose of lawsuits – even though we all knew that was EXACTLY what it ALWAYS was about.

  • Oh and by the way, if warming is to exceed 4°C by the end of this century it had better hurry up because the course it’s on now won’t come close to that.

  • Conyers endorsed his son to take “his seat” in Congress… we been through this before with Democrats back after Kennedy. The seat does not belong to the person who holds it. The seat belongs to the people. It’s not something to be passed down, it’s not a dynasty.

    And besides, this is the man Conyers wants to give the seat to:

    http://www.tmz.com/2017/12/06/john-conyers-son-arrested-felony-domestic-violence/

    JOHN CONYERS
    Son and Heir Apparent
    ARRESTED FOR FELONY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

    John Conyers’ son — the one he wants to replace him in Congress — was arrested this year for felony domestic violence … TMZ has learned.
    John Conyers III got in a fight with his girlfriend on February 15, 2017. Law enforcement sources tell us he accused her of cheating after going through her computer at around 2 AM. The argument allegedly escalated into physical violence … she told cops John body slammed her on her bed and on the floor, pinned her down and spit on her. She says she tried calling the cops, but he took her phone.
    The woman claims he then chased her into her kitchen where she grabbed a 10-inch knife to protect herself, ordering him to leave the house.
    She says he grabbed the knife and then swung at her twice, stabbing her, cutting her right bicep which required 3 stitches. She says he then chased her back into the bedroom, pinned her against the bed and slapped her.
    They both called 911 and when cops came John claimed she pulled a knife on him and, when he grabbed it to protect himself, he accidentally stabbed her.
    Cops looked at the woman’s injuries and then arrested John for felony domestic violence. The woman was taken to the hospital.
    The L.A. County D.A. declined to prosecute John … partly because there were no witnesses and partly because prosecutors couldn’t prove beyond a reasonable doubt the stabbing wasn’t an accident.

  • Kirstie Alley Calls Out Victims for Not Confronting Their Abusers: ‘That Is Bulls–t’

    https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/kirstie-alley-calls-out-victims-for-not-confronting-abusers/?utm_source=zergnet.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=zergnet_2285110

    She has a point – by not calling them on it they wind up enabling them.

    Plus this:

    “What the hell is happening?” the 66-year-old actress tweeted on Wednesday, November 29. “We now live in a country where people lose their jobs when accused of something without proof or trial or in some cases w anonymous accusers? can’t confront your accuser? That is bulls–t. And IT HURTS THE REAL VICTIMS of abuse. AND innocent people.”

  • Mr. Freemarket

    Perhaps. Last I heard, it costs about $1,000 for every pound that is put into earth orbit. Therefore, getting men and equipment into space to mine this asteroid would have a huge start-up cost. By comparison, steel on earth is priced way less than $1,000 per pound.

  • seaoh

    ^^^^^^^^^ Brings back so many 70’/80s joke

    You know you are having a bad day when your son says. ”

    I WISH ANITA BRYANT WOULD MIND HER OWN BUSINESSE”

    … “hey dad did you know it’s almost impossible to flush a grapefruit down our toilet”

    https://youtu.be/8GTzBowBrFA

  • Like any enterprise you have to do a cost/benefit analysis including present value of cash (for all purposes) versus future value against expected return. The idea though is to send up as little as possible then use the resource for extraterrestrial building so we don’t have to send up resources later – even though later we may have other, cheaper ways to send stuff.

    The price of steel on the ground is much cheaper, but the price of steel in space is that cost plus $1,00 a pound.

    Ever heard about the concept of a “space elevator”? They did some tests of the concept with the shuttle I think, but we don’t have the required exotic materials needed yet.

  • Mr. Freemarket

    Ah, yes; the space elevator. As memory serves, it was hoped that C60 carbon nanotubes might have enough strength to allow a rope to extend into space, tethered to a satellite in geosynchronous orbit.

    If only we could turn on the structural enhancement fields, they might be possible. I have that filed in my cabinet right next to warp drive.

  • geeknerd

    Natural selection is very good at weeding out DOMINANT genetic characteristics and predispositions that reduce the likelihood of reproducing, but not RECESSIVE ones. And the expression (from Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle’s “Oath of Fealty”) is “Think of it as evolution in action.”

  • BradenLynch

    Homosexuals = biological dead end

    Funny how the godless people who believe that the universe sprang into existence for no reason and life spontaneously occurred and undirected evolution produced diverse species, cannot figure out that homosexuality is at odds with their science.

  • BradenLynch

    This list of 58 should be retained for their trials before execution as traitors.

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