7 Ways Biden Wants To Make America More Like California

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By Fred Lucas ~

Dr. Marilyn Singleton of Redondo Beach, California, says she plans to stick around her home state despite seeing so many others leave amid what she considers a tough climate for business, including fellow medical doctors.

“It would be terrible for California—or as they call it here, Taxifornia—went national,” Singleton told The Daily Signal. “You have the same group of people paying for everything.”

California Gov. Gavin Newsom appears with Kamala Harris, then a U.S. senator from California and Democrats’ nominee for vice president, during a Sept. 15 tour of fire-ravaged properties near Fresno. (Photo: Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images)

California is losing a congressional seat, according to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Although still the largest state in the union, it has been losing employers to other states such as Texas and Florida.

“They are never going to drive me out,” Singleton said in a…

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Biden EPA Moves To Restrict Emissions From Air Conditioners, Refrigerators

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By Adam Houser ~

The Environmental Protection Agency announced new rules to restrict the use of hydrofluorocarbons, or “HFCs,” in the name of curbing emissions that the EPA says contribute to climate change and ozone depletion.

HFCs are the primary coolant used in air conditioners and refrigerators.

According to the Wall Street Journal:

“The proposal would create a process for reducing the use of hydrofluorocarbons in cooling appliances, the first step toward meeting new mandates to cut their supply by 85% over 15 years, the EPA said. Congress passed that mandate in December in provisions included in a $2 trillion spending and Covid-19 aid package.

“‘EPA is taking a major action to help keep global temperature rise in check,’ agency Administrator Michael Regan said in a statement, adding that the action will spur ‘manufacturing of new climate-safe products.’”

Yet HFCs were originally developed in the 1980’s, and…

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How Apportionment Defrauds American Citizens

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By Hans von Spakovsky~

The news that six states will gain seats in the House of Representatives and another seven will lose seats, thanks to new census numbers, was widely reported.

What was missed, though, is that the inclusion of noncitizens, including illegal aliens, in the population used to determine apportionment means that many Americans—and states—are being defrauded of their fair share of representation in Congress.

The inclusion of noncitizens, including illegal aliens, in the population used to determine apportionment means that many Americans—and states—are being defrauded of their fair share of representation in Congress. Pictured: People gather in front of the U.S. Supreme Court as decisions are handed down on June 27, 2019, in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

The new census data show that Texas, because of the addition of 4 million new residents, will get two more members of the House. Colorado, Florida, North Carolina…

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Politico Admits Real Purpose Of ‘Voting Rights’ Bill Is To Elect Democrats

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By P.J. Gladnick ~

One of the downsides for liberal publications when they get a bit too comfortable with their audiences of a similar political persuasion is that they can accidentally let their guard down and reveal embarrassing truths. One such example could have been in Politico on Monday in which reporters Burgess Everett and Marianne Levine appeared to have inadvertently let the cat out of the bag in “Senate Dems agonize over voting rights strategy.”

The first couple of paragraphs cover how difficult it would be to pass the so-called “For The People Act” which, as we shall see, would be more accurately described as the “Elect Democrats Act.”

Senate Democrats made a major commitment to muscle through Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s ethics and voting reform bill. Yet many say they have no idea how to pass it and wonder what exactly the end game is for a signature Democratic priority.

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Biden Closing The Door On U.S. Mining

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By Duggan Flanakin ~

Early on, President Joe Biden promised multitudes of “good-paying, union jobs to fuel his massive push for wind and solar powered electric vehicles, EV charging stations, and the tiny portion of his “infrastructure” package that actually involves road and bridge construction.

But it now appears many, if not most, of those “good-paying, union jobs” will be sacrificed on the altar of “climate catastrophe” and Native American rights. Already Biden’s EPA has “reopened” permits issued for two major copper mines, barred mining operations on federal lands, and given radical preservationists oversight of mining operations.

Last fall, as a candidate for the White House, Joe Biden had reportedly sent signals to U.S. mine workers that his administration “would support boosting domestic production of metals used to make electric vehicles, solar panels, and other product crucial to his climate plan.”

According to Reuters’ Ernest Scheyder, Biden at…

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NPR Gives 8 Minutes To WashPost’s Kessler To Defend His Lame Tim Scott ‘Fact Check

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By Tim Graham ~

Washington Post “fact checker” Glenn Kessler drew a lot of fire for digging deeply into the family history of Sen. Tim Scott to suggest his life story was exaggerated. On Sunday night’s All Things Considered, NPR weekend host Michel Martin devoted more than eight minutes of air time to letting Kessler defend himself, as liberal journalists stick up for liberal journalists and dismiss criticism as misplaced.

The NPR.org headline was “Journalist Digs Into Sen. Tim Scott’s ‘Tidy’ Origin Story After Comments On Racism.” Martin even said Kessler probed Scott’s “so-called origin story.”

This was the most pointed mention of Kessler’s critics, but Martin quickly added her befuddlement:

MARTIN: The former South Carolina governor, the former U.N. ambassador, Nikki Haley, called the piece shameful. She said on Twitter, when minorities refuse to be victims, disagree with liberal talking points and think for ourselves, the media shames us and questions our…

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Comment by Jim Campbell

May 2nd 2021

As the reader will note from the video below, like all Democrats Andy has a young woman in a little box using sign language.

This is another deceptive move on their behalf.

They don’t want the voting populace to know that they can’t read from words on a teleprompter.

This of course begs the question do they have teleprompters for sign language babes.

Two soon to be demoted Secret Service Agents US Capitol in Washington, DC, on April 28, 2021, spiffing up the glass for another dreary presentation from the clueless one.(Photo by JONATHAN ERNST / POOL / AFP) (Photo by JONATHAN ERNST/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

The feud between New York’s governor and the mayor of the state’s largest city continues, with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio accusing aides to Gov. Andrew Cuomo of participating in a cover-up.

Music to cover…

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Biden Picks Soros BDS Activist as Asst Secretary for Human Rights

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Comments by Jim Campbell

May 2nd, 2021

Biden’s handlers hate Israel.

If that were not the case, the images below would be unneeded as would the entire article.

Fear not, Israel has the Mossad is ready willing and able to take out Palestinians

Her idea of human rights is cheering the destruction of Israel.



MAY 2nd, 2021

When Airbnb began boycotting the homes of Jews living in those parts of Israel claimed by Islamic terrorists, the Jewish communities of the United States rallied against the dot com.

Sarah Margon however stood against the Jewish communities and with the Airbnb boycott.

“Airbnb to remove listings in Israeli settlements of occupied West Bank. Thanks @Airbnb for showing some good leadership here. Other companies should follow suit,” she tweeted.

“Airbnb is playing a role by supporting the settlement real estate infrastructure — they’re perpetuating an illegal activity,” Margon ranted.


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Fulton County Georgia Fails to Produce Complete Chain of Custody Documents for Absentee Vote by Mail Ballots Deposited in Drop Boxes

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Comment by Jim Campbell

May 22nd, 2021

The more Republican activists challenge their voting system in the stolen Trump election of 2020 they are providing more clear evidence that the fix was in.

Fortunately the President never conceded the election to Biden as more time passes the truth will be known.

Georgia Star News

Tiffany Morgan

Nearly half a year after the 2020 Election, and four months after the original inquiry, Fulton County has failed to fulfill the Open Records Request made by The Georgia Star News to produce complete copies of all ballot transfer forms documenting the chain of custody in the transfer of absentee vote by mail ballots deposited in drop boxes to county registrars during the November 2020 election, as required by the Emergency Election Code Rule adopted by the Georgia State Election Board in July 2020.

On January 22, Fulton County Officials responded to the Open…

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Scientists blame Brazilian Amazon for contributing to global warming

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Amazon_forest Amazon Rainforest, near Manaus [image credit: Neil Palmer/CIAT @ Wikipedia] Which is more likely: nature has got it wrong, or ‘scientists’ (which ones) have got it wrong?
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The Global Warming Policy Forum & AFP reporting:

The Brazilian Amazon released nearly 20 percent more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere over the last decade than it absorbed, according to a stunning report that shows humanity can no longer depend on the world’s largest tropical forest to help absorb man-made carbon pollution. [Talkshop comment – ‘carbon pollution’ is a man-made fiction].

From 2010 through 2019, Brazil’s Amazon basin gave off 16.6 billion tonnes of CO2, while drawing down only 13.9 billion tonnes, researchers reported Thursday in the journal Nature Climate Change.

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