Your Sunday News Assembly, pt 2 of 2, 6-5-22!
Unpeel that onion, amigos y amigas! Here we go!
As Sammy Davis, Jr. might have said, ”DIG!”
We left with numero ten, so let’s race on with ELEVEN!
Another good one, from ZEROHEDGE... Refining in the US? The head of Chevron doesn't expect it... Policymaker Push Against Fossil Fuels Means "Will Never Be Another Refinery Built In US"; Chevron CEO Says | ZeroHedge
In fact, “we haven’t had a refinery built in the United States since the 1970s,” Wirth exclaimed, and given the state of policies around the world towards fossil fuels: “My personal view is there will never be another new refinery built in the United States.” The Chevron CEO went on to explain that:
Another from Zerohedge that shows us some good information:
The federal government handed out more than 300,000 loans to the real estate industry as part of the Paycheck Protection Program - however few of them have been paid back despite a booming housing market as the Covid-19 pandemic ran its course.. According to data from the government's Pandemic Response Accountability Committee, some $3.9 billion was given to real estate entities claiming just ...
The federal government authorized more than 300,000 loans to real estate entities claiming just one employee, adding up to $3.9 billion in Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans backed by the U.S ...
San Fran, oh, so freedom-loving... And others might want to take note: San Francisco Police Nailed for Violating Public Records Laws Regarding Face Recognition and Fusion Center Documents - Activist Post
EFF followed up by submitting a public records request to SFPD under the San Francisco Sunshine Ordinance asking for 11 different categories of documents, ranging from original bulletins and correspondence regarding the original case, general discussions over face recognition between SFPD and external parties, and all documents that establish the relationship between NCRIC and SFPD.
NY state raises age to buy or own a semi-auto. SO if you want one, just join the military and US taxpayers will buy it for you -- unless they're buying them for Ukraine... New York raises age to buy, own semi-automatic rifles to 21 (msn.com)
New York's legislature is poised to ban people under age 21 from buying or possessing a semi-automatic rifle, a major change to state firearm laws pushed through less than three weeks after an 18 ...
How about letting customers decide? The crazy thing about this is that there will still be a demand and black market folks will fill it (no pun intended). New York City Sued Over Illegal Foie Gras Ban (reason.com)
A lawsuit filed last month in a New York court seeks to prevent New York City's foie gras ban from taking effect this coming November, on Black Friday. The suit challenging the ban was filed by ...
The logic score is Nil-Nil. "We Have 1,028 Days Left": Climate Crazy Disrupts French Open - The New American
AP Images. In the same week that a crazed climate fanatic attacked the Mona Lisa at the Louvre, France experienced another unhinged stunt from a climate-change activist. On Friday, a semi-final ...
This tells you everything you need to know about the Democratic attitude to the Second Amendment
the video is amazing...
For over a year, I've been adding the feeds of animal shelters to my Twitter Follows, because I figured this was happening... Jeez, this is rough to see. Soaring Cost of Living Causes Spike in Number of Pets Being Abandoned, Surrendered to Shelters (theepochtimes.com)
Astrid, a 1-year-old mixed breed dog with a heart-shaped marking on her nose, is pictured at the Humane Society of the Nature Coast in Brooksville, Fla., on May 27, 2022.
This is epic, from Brownstone Institute, re Fauci appearing at Princeton! Fauci Goes to Princeton ⋆ Brownstone Institute
Fauci delivered a self-revealing meta-message to college grads: when your work product sucks, gaslight, resort to name-calling and PC demagoguery
And this, this is huge. I hope you don't mind me posting it last. The implications here are massive, and the assault on freedom, in and of itself, is sickening, angering, incredible. New York State Senate Passes Bitcoin Mining Moratorium (coindesk.com)
The New York State Senate passed a bill targeting proof-of-work mining early Friday morning in an effort to address some of the environmental concerns seen around cryptocurrencies. The bill, which ...
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