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On this episode of “The Federalist Radio Hour,” Samantha Dravis, senior vice president at Clout Public Affairs and visiting fellow at the Independent Women’s Forum, joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss the Biden administration’s approach to energy and why conversations about climate change and other environmental policies are so difficult to have.
…and it’s not complimentary. It’s the word baizuo, and it literally means “white left”, but is commonly understood as meaning “white liberal”. It looks like this: Preview Open
We have the video evidence … is he lying, incompetent, or both? Or is there a mass media / health system conspiracy to make our inspiring unifying leader look bad? https://beingbeliefbehavior.blogspot.com/2021/02/no-vaccine-when-biden-took-office.html Preview Open
Biden has issued a number of Executive Orders in his first 24 hours of office. A current list of them is found here, and I go through a few of them that stood out to me below. Executive Order on Protecting the Federal Workforce and Requiring Mask-WearingI’m from the Smoky Mountains, and my parents’ property […]
It seems as though the current holder of the “Office of the Presidential-Elect”, Joe Biden, with his nosy nostrils and healing touch of unity, has issued his global campaign of “Build Back Better” (aka The Great Reset) which seems to require quite a bit. It requires over 25,000, fully-vetted, partisan troops that are politically loyal […]
This Article Was Originally Published on 10/3/2020 The United States Senate, said to be the world’s greatest deliberative body, is under attack. This institution drafted by our founders in 1787 is purposefully designed as a slower-moving organization which protects the rights of the minority party and allows unlimited debate. The U.S. House is said […]
I work for a municipal utility that operates a small power plant in Missouri. Built in 1928, the plant houses nine diesel/natural gas generators, the oldest of which is a 1946 model (see video below). The plant served as the city’s primary source of power up till the 1980s when it became more economical to contract energy from larger plants. While they’re no longer the primary source of power for the city, they still serve a major role in fulfilling capacity and peaking needs for the city.
As part of my job, I handle the environmental compliance for the plant. Over the last decade, we’ve spent over $2 million to comply with Obama era EPA regulations. These engines run less than 75 hours each a year. Such a waste of money and time.
The headline in the WSJ reads “Economy’s struggles will shape new term”. The sense of the article is that, in a new “Biden” administration, the government will have to shepherd the economy that was ruined by the government, back to health. Will someone please tell me how such an administration, guided by a party which […]