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Trump to Replace Alarmist Climate 
Models With Sound Science
Thomas Gallatin  
Mueller’s Shamelessly Corrupt Valedictory
by George Parry } ~ As he departed the Justice Department, Special Counsel Robert Mueller delivered a valedictory address in which he reiterated the main points of his office’s written investigative report... In doing so, he explicitly confirmed what many of us have recognized from the beginning, i.e.,that the efforts of his handpicked team of scumbag/liar-Hillary Clinton acolytes comprised first, last, and always a taxpayer funded exercise in political opposition research masquerading as a criminal investigation of Donald Trump. Regarding whether or not the president had obstructed the special counsel’s investigation of possible collusion with the Russians by the Trump campaign, Mueller cited the well-founded and long-standing legal opinion by the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel that the Constitution prohibits the indictment of a sitting president. In recognition of that prohibition, Mueller stated that criminally charging Trump was “not an option.” “As set forth in the report after that investigation,” said Mueller, “if we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so. We did not, however, make a determination as to whether the president did commit a crime. Beyond department policy we regarded by principles of fairness, it would be unfair to potentially accuse somebody of a crime when there can be no court resolution of the actual charge. So that was Justice Department policy, those were the principles under which we operated, and from them we concluded that we would not reach a determination one way or the other about whether the president committed a crime. That is the office’s final position, and we will not comment on any other conclusions or hypotheticals about the president.” So, if Team Mueller knew all along that the Constitution prohibited criminally charging a sitting president, why did they devote so much time and effort investigating the possible ways that Trump could have obstructed justice? Why did half of their written report go into such detail about Trump’s purported efforts to thwart their investigation? Why did they try to force the president to testify under oath? Were they using the obstruction investigation as a means of luring Trump into a perjury trap? But if Trump can’t be criminally charged, why set the trap? Just what was Team Mueller’s goal? In his remarks, Mueller provided a not-so-subtle answer to all of these questions. “The Constitution,” he intoned, “requires a process other than the criminal justice system to formally accuse a sitting president of wrongdoing.” Anybody want to guess what “process” he’s talking about? Here’s a clue: it’s spelled with an “i”. So now we know. For the last two years, the supposedly apolitical Department of Justice has spent tens of millions of our tax dollars to fund a pre-impeachment investigation of President Trump conducted by fervent and unabashed supporters of the candidate that he defeated at the polls. You might think that, under such grubby, shameful, and nakedly political circumstances, Mueller would have had the decency and sense to keep his mouth shut and quietly resign his position. Instead, by his public remarks, he has made a show of passing the impeachment baton to the Democrats in the House of Representatives...  
Why Fears About Iran Attacking The 
United States Right Now Are Overblown  
by Patrick Tortorici } ~ We’re hearing in the media lately that Iran may strike U.S. military forces in the Middle East as a result of rising tensions... This state of affairs was supposedly initiated by the Trump administration’s refusal to exempt sanctions on oil purchases for China, India, Turkey, and South Korea before they expired on May 2. While this has been presented as a startling new development worthy of breathless reporting, Iranian missile technology has had this aggressive capability for quite some time. A great deal of open-source information can illuminate the current state of Iranian missile capability. This allows for a concise history of its development, including a breakdown of Iran’s additional launching platforms in Syria, Yemen, and Oman. The unintended consequences of such a provocative course of action should also not be overlooked. Beyond the ubiquitous graphics indicating various missile ranges, we can understand Iran’s current capabilities. The destructive potential of Iran’s short- and medium-range ballistic missiles in addition to its increasing capability with land-attack cruise missiles easily place it as the foremost threat in the region. Indeed, its missile program serves as a primary tool in supporting Tehran’s regional interest and is a linchpin of its defense strategy. A full-blown technical analysis of Iran’s entire missile arsenal is beyond this article. However, we can concentrate on a specific weapons system and its effects on potential military action. Yemen and Syria could serve as possible platforms for Iranian missile launches. Critically, these points of origin would place an Iranian strike well within the range of the Strait of Hormuz and Bab-el-Mandeb, which are economic, operational, and strategic choke points to the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea...  
commie-Bernie Sanders campaigned 
for Marxist party in Reagan era
by Joseph Simonson } ~ commie-Bernie Sanders campaigned for the Socialist Workers Party in the 1980 and 1984 presidential campaigns and was investigated by the FBI for his ties to the Marxist group... commie-Sanders has always played down the extent of his involvement with the party, which included radicals who praised the Soviet Union and Cuban communists, and has denied ever being a member. Asked in 1988 about his role as an SWP elector in 1980, he said: "I was asked to put my name on the ballot and I did, that’s true." In fact, his ties to the party are deep and enduring. The 2020 Democratic presidential primary candidate and United States senator from Vermont, now 77, often scoffs at comparisons between his brand of self-described "democratic socialism" and communism. In recent years, he has said he is merely interested in having the United States look more like Sweden, a social democracy with a broad welfare state but a well-functioning private sector. But his personal files from his time as mayor of Burlington, from 1981 to 1989, archived at the University of Vermont, show that he supported and campaigned for the communist SWP and maintained a close relationship with its senior members. While Democrats campaigned for President Jimmy Carter in 1980 and Walter Mondale in 1984, commie-Sanders spent the Reagan era supporting fringe Marxists with no chance of reaching the White House. In 1980, commie-Sanders "proudly endorsed and supported" Andrew Pulley, the party's presidential candidate, who once said that American soldiers should "take up their guns and shoot their officers." commie-Sanders was one of three electors for Pulley on the Vermont ballot, stating in a press release: "I fully support the SWP's continued defense of the Cuban revolution."...  
Lou Dobbs, Ed Rollins go off after Mueller fiasco: ‘Where are Republicans? … Missing 
in action, totally’
by Vivek Saxena } ~ While the entire liberal media responded to special counsel Robert Mueller’s explosive statement Wednesday by beating the drums for impeachment... Fox Business Network political commentator Lou Dobbs responded by wondering were the hell Senate Republicans were. “I’m going to say this is as sweetly and gently as I can: Where are the Republicans in the Senate, and why isn’t there a response to the mendacity, the viciousness, the vileness of the Democrats as they attack this president!?” he asked Wednesday evening on FBN’s  “Lou Dobbs Tonight.” As of Thursday morning, Senate Majority Mitch McConnell had neither said nor tweeted anything about the left’s growing push for impeachment. In his defense, he’s been busy making sure every single one of President Donald Trump’s judicial nominees are confirmed into office. His guest, Republican campaign strategist Ed Rollins, chimed in by noting that, though it’d be “easy to defend” the president — in fact, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has already posited one great defense — he didn’t see any Republicans doing that Wednesday. “Well, I watch TV all day today, and they were missing in action totally,” he said. “There was nobody out there basically defending this president, and it was easy to defend. This was the most outrageous thing I’ve seen in my 50 years around politics.” “And at the end of the day, just because Democrats don’t have the guts to move forward on impeachment, because it’ll cost them and cost them dearly, they’re going to basically drag this thing out with their six or seven investigating committees in the House and try and find stuff that’s not there,” he continued. “And it’s time for it all to go away.” He was wrong about one thing. It’s not Democrats in general who lack the guts to impeach but rather Democrat congressional leaders. In statements delivered Wednesday afternoon, House Speaker Nancy Pulosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck scumbag-Schumer didn’t even use the word “impeachment” once...
Giuliani on Mueller’s TV Appearance: 
‘It’s the Same Old Story — No Collusion’
by  Speaking on the Fox News program “The Story” last night, former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani said that Robert Mueller, the special counsel who has just resigned his position and concluded his work on the Russia probe “just said what the report said … We have not a single new fact. Not a smoking gun.  Not even a single new nuance.” He added, “It’s the same old story. The end result for a prosecutor, which obviously he was not very good at — is, number one, no collusion. Immediately what that says to you is that we just had two-and-a-half years of two investigations, which were entirely unfair and a waste of taxpayer money.” It seemed as if Mueller were merely trying to “justify” himself, he added.“He said there’s not significant evidence. There’s insufficient evidence. Insufficient evidence means you can’t meet the burden for an indictment. The burden for indictment is probable cause. It’s nothing. It’s not reasonable doubt. So, he can’t get to the level of even making a charge. Do you know what that means every place else in America under American law unless you want to change it? It means you’re not guilty.”
Trump to Replace Alarmist Climate Models With Sound Science
Thomas Gallatin:  Given the fact that extremist climate-change-prognostication models have been wildly inaccurate, it would be wise to avoid basing any serious environmental policy on them. In fact, anyone interested in following the sound and time-tested scientific method would demand nothing less, and yet the Leftmedia is up in arms over President Donald Trump’s recent decision to do just that. The New York Times blows its climate alarmist’s dog whistle with the headline, “Trump Administration Hardens Its Attack on Climate Science.” Hardly.

The Times fallaciously asserts that “the attack on science is underway,” supposedly evidenced by Trump’s appointment of geologist and former astronaut James Reilly as the director of the United States Geological Survey. And how is Reilly “attacking science”? By insisting upon the practice of sound science. The Times huffs, “Reilly … has ordered that scientific assessments produced by that office use only computer-generated climate models that project impact of climate change through 2040, rather than through the end of the century, as had been done previously.”

In reality, Trump is pushing for the government to return to adhering to sound scientific practice for informing policy decisions, rather than agenda-driven hysterics. James Hewitt, a spokesman for the Environmental Protection Agency, explained, “The previous use of inaccurate modeling that focuses on worst-case emissions scenarios [and] that does not reflect real-world conditions needs to be thoroughly reexamined and tested if such information is going to serve as the scientific foundation of nationwide decision-making now and in the future.”

The Trump administration is also creating a new climate-review panel to be headed by respected Princeton University scientist William Happer. Long an outspoken critic of the alarmism surrounding rising CO2 levels, Happer has argued, “The public in general doesn’t realize that from the point of view of geological history, we are in a CO2 famine. … There is no problem from CO2. The world has lots and lots of problems, but increasing CO2 is not one of the problems. So [the Paris accord] dignifies it by getting all these yahoos who don’t know a damn thing about climate saying, ‘This is a problem, and we’re going to solve it.’ All this virtue signaling.”

No more Chicken Little climate alarmism dictating policy. It’s time to return to sound, verifiable scientific practices that don’t elevate worst-case predictions as a means of pushing for ever-more government regulation.  ~The Patriot Post  

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Pay-Back !!! Pedophile Who Assaulted Nearly 200 Kids Stabbed To Death In Prison

A convicted pedophile who abused almost 200 children was stabbed to death in North Yorkshire, England, on Sunday.

Richard Huckle, 33, from Ashford, Kent, was given 22 life sentences in 2016 after he admitted to sexually abusing 71 kids whose ages ranged from six months to 12 years between 2006 and 2014, according to the BBC.

The report said Huckle was attacked with a makeshift knife while inside his cell at the Full Sutton Prison.

At the pedophile’s trial in 2016, investigators said they found over 20,000 indecent photos and videos of his assaults, which were shared with other pedophiles via a site on the dark web called The Love Zone.

Reports said that prior to his arrest, Huckle posed as an English teacher and Christian volunteer worker in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where he groomed impoverished children.

In one of his online posts, Huckle reportedly wrote “Impoverished kids are definitely much easier to seduce than middle-class Western kids.”

Reports said he attempted to make money from his crimes by crowdfunding the release of the photos.

“Huckle also created a 60-page ‘how-to’ guide for other pedophiles seeking to evade being caught, and kept a scorecard and points system regarding the children who were abused — leading investigators to speculate he may have as many as 200 victims,” a Fox News report stated.

At his sentencing in 2016, Judge Peter Rook condemned Huckle for his heinous crimes he said had become routine for the pedophile.

Rook commented:

Your offending behavior became entrenched in your everyday life. Your life revolved around your sexual activities with young children. Your distorted beliefs in respect of children are deep-seated. Your self-delusion knows no bounds. It is also clear that, had you not been arrested, you planned to continue the same lifestyle using the expertise that you were keen to show off to and share with other abusers so as to continue your sexual exploitation of the children of such communities.

Reports said prior to his death, Huckle refused to cooperate with authorities when they tried to unlock a cache of encrypted files he had access to that may contain the names of victims and other pedophiles, according to Fox News.


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