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Surging Bear Encounters Have NC Officials Pawing For Answers

November 19, 2019 by

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From the team at CFACT ~ Carolina is hosting the bears. No, this isn’t about football, but rather a city-wide campaign by residents of Asheville, NC to figure out how to manage the influx of black bears now wandering its streets. As reported in the Wall Street Journal: “Hundreds of black bears are building dens […]

6 Key Moments From The First Day Of Public Impeachment Hearings

November 14, 2019 by

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By Fred Lucas ~ Who’s in charge of the Trump administration’s policy on Ukraine and the president’s focus on the business dealings there of former Vice President Joe Biden’s son were main topics of two veteran foreign service officers’ testimony Wednesday before the House committee pursuing impeachment. Offering sworn testimony as lead-off witnesses in House Democrats’ […]

Californians Are Voting With Their Feet

November 11, 2019 by

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By Ronald Stein ~ Not unlike the Hebrews departing Egypt and the Okies exiting the dust and famine of the 1930’s Midwest, the number of Californians getting the heck out of Dodge so-to-speak is staggering. In just one decade about 5 million Californians left between 2004 and 2013. Roughly 3.9 million people came here from […]

Katie Hill Finds Her Shills

November 10, 2019 by

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By Brent Bozell and Tim Graham ~ California congresswoman Katie Hill resigned her office after only ten months on the job…and it didn’t sound like she did it willingly. Hill admitted to an affair with a female staffer on her campaign, and denied an affair with her male Legislative Director in her congressional office – […]

Now For The Wind Power Blow-Back

November 10, 2019 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Were we warned about this? Tony Thomas:  Germany now has 29,000 wind towers. The nightmare of scrappage and decontamination has already started, with 250MW decommissioned last year. Close to 10,000 towers must be decommissioned by 2023. One tactic has been to ship the toxic parts and rubble to corrupt African states […]

Wind Turbine Waste

November 9, 2019 by

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By Craig Rucker ~ The answer to our energy challenges is not blowing in the wind. CFACT senior policy advisor Paul Driessen explains in detail at CFACT.org: Wind “farms”? Like some cute, rustic Old McDonald family farm? Are you kidding me? These would be massive offshore electricity factories, with thousands, even millions, of turbines and […]

Socialism All About Inclusivity And Kindness, These Students Say

November 9, 2019 by

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By Jackson Elliott ~ The word “socialism” has left behind its past of breadlines and beatings and has come to mean something like “kindness” for some students at Georgetown University, The Daily Signal found in campus interviews. Many millennials would agree with the positive feelings these university students have for socialism. According to a new […]