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Geopolitical Benefits Spring From US Energy Dominance, Cabinet Secretaries Assert

By Kevin Mooney ~

America is in a stronger geopolitical position today because of  innovative drilling techniques making it possible to access domestic supplies of natural gas, two of President Donald Trump’s Cabinet members said Friday at the Conservative Political Action Conference. 546 more words

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Kaboom! Shapiro Dismantles Liberal Media As ‘Vile Human Beings’ For Smearing Conservatives

By Curtis Houck ~

On Thursday at CPAC, the NRA’s Dana Loesch, Republican Senator Ted Cruz (Tex.), and Vice President Mike Pence drew applause and standing ovations during their respective speeches, but conservative podcast host and Daily Wire editor-in-chief Ben Shapiro lit up the Potomac Ballroom with his remarks attacking political correctness on college campuses, in Hollywood, and the liberal media. 589 more words

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Climate Model GIGO

By Craig Rucker ~

Global warming campaigners live in a computer “matrix” of their own design.

The media continually runs alarming reports about the climate.  The little known fact is that what is being reported is based on computer simulations derived from the most extreme projections of other computer simulations; none of this grounded in observational reality. 350 more words

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Betsy DeVos Urges Americans To Embrace ‘Education Freedom’

By Kevin Mooney ~

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is calling on Americans to embrace a vision of “education freedom” that empowers students and parents with a “multitude of pathways” toward new opportunities. 584 more words

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Esquire Article On 'Black Panther' Actor Takes Cheap Shots At Trump

By P.J. Gladnick ~

Esquire magazine writer Matt Miller doesn’t like President Donald Trump. I get that. However, does he have to bring his Trump derangement into articles unrelated to him? 379 more words

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The Arrogance Of Today's Statue Topplers

By Lt. Colonel James G. Zumwalt, USMC (RET) ~

Last year was not a particularly good one for American Civil War combatants who, having fought for the South, were memorialized with statues. 1,082 more words

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PTSD Triggers

As someone who has made a career out of asking questions, an interesting question arose this past week: when asking someone about a bad experience, can the questions you ask act as PTSD triggers? 465 more words