Join Jim and Greg as they cringe at reports that December’s illegal border crossings will hit a record high and possibly reach 250,000, and Jim wonders why the numbers keep coming out later and later. They also shake their heads as White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre keeps dodging questions about the Biden classified documents or referring people to sources she knows won’t say anything. Finally, they marvel as Biden climate envoy John Kerry publicly hails himself and others in a “select group of human beings” who are in position to “save the planet.”

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  1. GlennAmurgis Coolidge
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    Did John Kerry brag about WEF project in Sri Lanka? 

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  2. kedavis Coolidge
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    At first reading this post, my eyes must have gotten crossed or something, because I thought it said that 250,000 classified documents were found at Biden’s homes/offices.

    Which wouldn’t have surprised me either.

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  3. Taras Coolidge
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    Setting “V” and “To Serve Man” to one side, the classic sci-fi movie about a noble, John Kerry-like alien coming to save the people of Earth from their own blindness and stupidity is The Day the Earth Stood Still with tall, ectomorphic Michael Rennie.   (The less said about the remake with Keanu Reeves, the better.)

    The title refers to the fact that the alien Kerry — I mean Klaatu — brings our technical civilization to a grinding halt, for our own good.

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  4. kedavis Coolidge
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    Taras (View Comment):

    Setting “V” and “To Serve Man” to one side, the classic sci-fi movie about a noble, John Kerry-like alien coming to save the people of Earth from their own blindness and stupidity is The Day the Earth Stood Still with tall, ectomorphic Michael Rennie. (The less said about the remake with Keanu Reeves, the better.)

    The title refers to the fact that the alien Kerry — I mean Klaatu — brings our technical civilization to a grinding halt, for our own good.

    But not because it’s technical – they have plenty of that themselves, with FTL spaceships and powerful robots etc – it was because of our destructive nature and threats of extending that beyond our own planet.

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  5. Taras Coolidge
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    Taras (View Comment):

    Setting “V” and “To Serve Man” to one side, the classic sci-fi movie about a noble, John Kerry-like alien coming to save the people of Earth from their own blindness and stupidity is The Day the Earth Stood Still with tall, ectomorphic Michael Rennie. (The less said about the remake with Keanu Reeves, the better.)

    The title refers to the fact that the alien Kerry — I mean Klaatu — brings our technical civilization to a grinding halt, for our own good.

    But not because it’s technical – they have plenty of that themselves, with FTL spaceships and powerful robots etc – it was because of our destructive nature and threats of extending that beyond our own planet.

    That the film, with its nuclear disarmament propaganda, could be released in 1951 shows just how little impact so-called “McCarthyite repression” actually had.

    Of course, an interstellar federation being concerned about Earth’s nuclear weapons is like the US worrying about the adoption of the bow and arrow in deepest Borneo.

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  6. kedavis Coolidge
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    Taras (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    Taras (View Comment):

    Setting “V” and “To Serve Man” to one side, the classic sci-fi movie about a noble, John Kerry-like alien coming to save the people of Earth from their own blindness and stupidity is The Day the Earth Stood Still with tall, ectomorphic Michael Rennie. (The less said about the remake with Keanu Reeves, the better.)

    The title refers to the fact that the alien Kerry — I mean Klaatu — brings our technical civilization to a grinding halt, for our own good.

    But not because it’s technical – they have plenty of that themselves, with FTL spaceships and powerful robots etc – it was because of our destructive nature and threats of extending that beyond our own planet.

    That the film, with its nuclear disarmament propaganda, could be released in 1951 shows just how little impact so-called “McCarthyite repression” actually had.

    Of course, an interstellar federation being concerned about Earth’s nuclear weapons is like the US worrying about the adoption of the bow and arrow in deepest Borneo.

    Maybe that’s why the Keanu Reeves version had it that they were going to wipe us out for the Earth’s own good.

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