‘People’s Alternative To Impeachment’: 4 Things To Know About Recalling Governors

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By Fred Lucas ~

Angry Californians, fed up with some of the governor’s policies, started a petition to recall him, knowing that the incumbent had two more years in office until going before voters again.

The 1968 push to recall Gov. Ronald Reagan fell on the ash heap of history, however. The effort failed to collect enough valid signatures (12% of the votes cast in the last gubernatorial election) to be on the ballot.

Recall efforts are common in California and other states allowing them, but putting a recall question on the ballot is rare. Pictured: California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, right, is congratulated by predecessor Gray Davis after being sworn in Nov. 17, 2003, in Sacramento. (Photo: David McNew/Getty Images)

Reagan was reelected as governor in 1970, and went on to have a decent political future.

Recall attempts actually are common in California and other states that allow the practice…

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Biden’s Renewables Push In A Fossil Fuel World

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By Vijay Raj Jayaraj~

President Biden has declared war on Fossil fuels.  He is also pushing for an end to international funding for fossil fuels in foreign countries.

But do these ambitious plans to curb fossil use and reduce emissions make any sense when the majority of world’s primary energy is still derived from fossil fuels? And how do we reconcile this with the fact that major economies are embracing fossil fuels at a record rate?

Banished by Biden: Energy Future of America and the World

President Biden has signed more executive orders in the first month (28) than any other in the past, with the exception of President Franklin D Roosevelt (30). Among the 28 were a string of orders aimed at reducing fossil fuel production and exploration.

He has halted issuance of new oil drilling rights, with exemption to native American owned lands. Biden is also holding…

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Bloomberg News Whines: Annual Buffett Letter Didn’t Address Racial Politics

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By Joseph Vazquez ~

Apparently, liberal billionaires like abortion megadonor Warren Buffett aren’t allowed to remain silent on toxic racial politics without enraging the easily triggered liberal media.

Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett released his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway’s shareholders February 27. Bloomberg News reported Feb. 25 that Buffett had stayed quiet in 2020 amidst “a heated presidential election” and “a racial reckoning that sparked nationwide protests.” The outlet hoped that Buffett would have “a chance to break his silence with the release of his annual letter Saturday.” When the letter was released, Bloomberg News was enraged the billionaire still chose to steer “clear of politics” in a follow-up article with a blaring headline: “Buffett’s ‘Tone Deaf’ Annual Letter Skirts Major Controversies.” The article whined: “His silence on pandemic, racial inequality disappointed some.”

But it got worse. In the second paragraph, Bloomberg News threw a fit that…

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We Don’t See Joe Biden Much Anymore Susan Rice is running a shadow government for him

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Comment by Jim Campbell

March 2nd, 2021

Apparently NBC is working diligently to cast its name from Fake News to credible provider of actual news.

This article was originally brought to for by Richard Grenell, who was the Trump Administration’s Director of Intelligence.

Obama was commander-in-chief at the time and denied any knowledge of the attack on the Libyan Embassy.

Of course he lied.

According to Grenell, the disgraced liar Susan Rice is actually the “real president” of the U.S. and is the one who called the shots on all the EO’s that Biden has issued.

Said differently,“Obama lied, people died.”

From Fox News

“I think you need to watch Susan Rice very closely,” he said on “Sunday Morning Futures.”

“She will be the shadow president.”

Grenell called Biden’s pick “interesting” considering Rice has no experience in domestic policy but nonetheless will be “incredibly influential” under the new administration.

Having served in the…

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Why ‘Social Cost Of Carbon’ Is Most Useless Number You’ve Never Heard Of

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By Kevin Dayaratna ~

On his very first day in office, President Joe Biden issued an executive order resurrecting the Obama-era social cost of carbon, intended to quantify the economic impact of climate change.

Social cost of carbon estimates are based on questionable assumptions regarding the climate’s sensitivity to carbon dioxide emissions and projections reaching 300 years into the future. Nonetheless, activists protest continued investment in the carbon economy on Sept. 25, 2019, in New York City. (Photo: Erik McGregor/LightRocket/Getty Images)

The administration on Feb. 26 issued an interim estimate reporting that these damages are approximately $51 per metric ton of carbon dioxide emissions.

Dubbed by some as “the most important number you’ve never heard of,” the social cost of carbon is defined as the economic damages associated with a ton of carbon dioxide emissions across a particular time horizon.

That metric, relied upon heavily by the Obama administration, has…

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Petulant NY Times Can’t Admit They Were Wrong On Brexit, Despite THIS Step Forward

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By Clay Waters ~

New York Times London bureau chief Mark Landler tried to trip up Great Britain’s Conservative Party prime minister Boris Johnson while he does a victory lap over a successful Brexit, and a successful roll-out of coronavirus vaccines, in “Brexit Is Done, but the U.K. Keeps Brussels as a Punching Bag,” in Monday’s paper.

Landler, who is hostile toward Johnson, Brexit, and conservative media mogul Rupert Murdoch but who loves the left-wing lean of the BBC, amplified European Union whining that the United Kingdom, freed from Brexit, were able to complete a deal to get sufficient vaccines quickly to its citizens, while the sclerotic European Union dithered in its negotiations with pharmaceutical companies to disastrous results.

Few people on either side of the English Channel believed that Britain’s exit from the European Union would go off without a hitch. So when horror stories surfaced about…

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We May Never Learn The Truth About The Texas Blackout

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By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~

The reasons for the grid collapse are now a matter of intense debate. In the absence of detailed data the debate is mostly over general statistics, which do not establish causality.

For example:

Frozen wind turbines caused it.

A gas shortage caused it.

The gas shortage was caused by electrification of the pipelines.

Poor planning caused it.

Unpredictable need for electricity caused it.

ERCOT isolation caused it.

Climate change caused it.

It was an Act of God.

(Okay I have not heard that one yet. Wait for the liability issues.)

My personal conjecture, just to join the speculation crowd, is that a big frequency drop caused a mini-outage-cascade around 1:55 am Monday morning, automatically tripping off at least four big gas fired plants. Re cascades, big blackouts can be triggered by a frequency or voltage drop that causes one big generator to automatically trip off…

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Even NPR Noticed Sen. Gillibrand Won’t Talk About Cuomo #MeToo Moment

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By Tim Graham ~

On Friday’s All Things Considered,National Public Radio reported on Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s growing scandals, and as they discussed Lindsey Boylan’s charges of sexual harassment, reporter Sally Herships noted Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s office gave her the “No comment” treatment. This is the same Gillibrand that drove Sen. Al Franken out of office on sexual harassment charges.

When it came to Franken, Gillibrand on Facebook that he had to go: “I believe it would be better for our country if he sent a clear message that any kind of mistreatment of women in our society isn’t acceptable by stepping aside to let someone else serve.”

NPR anchor Ari Shapiro asked how the Democrats are handling Cuomo. He’s only going to address these charges if the Democrats and their supportive media get tougher.

SHAPIRO: And what are Democratic lawmakers in New York saying? Are they part of the push…

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The college-‘educated’ idiots are quick to condemn statements when they think they were made by conservatives, and get a real shock when it turns out it was the racist moron in chief who actually said it.


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