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Thomas Paine

To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the dead.

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

23 September - Blogs I'm Following - 5 of 5

 10 pm MDT

Midnight Meme Of The Day!

DownWithTyranny at DownWithTyranny! - 21 hours ago
*by Noah* What Republicans have said in the past about confirming a Supreme Court justice in a presidential election year will not haunt them. For that you need a conscience. You need a sense of responsibility. You need a sense of guilt. You also need enough loyalty to put the country first, before devotion to a lunatic and your bank accounts. What Republicans have said in the past about the subject means nothing to them. Why would it? When has any Republican in recent times exhibited any evidence that he or she has an ounce of character, honor or even a soul? I've gathered this li... more »

Assange’s Tenth Day At The Old Bailey: Bolting Horses, Death Penalties And Plots Of Eviction

Binoy KAMPMARK at OrientalReview.org - 21 hours ago
September 21. Central Criminal Court, London. Today was one of reiteration and expansion. Computer scientist Christian Grothoff of the Bern University of Applied Sciences supplied the relevant chronology on what led to the publication of unredacted US State Department cables, the subject of such concern for the prosecution. This proved […]

Letter from the Editor: Kiecker speaks out after rising to the top as FSIS Administrator

Dan Flynn at Food Safety News - 22 hours ago
Opinion The Meat & Poultry Daily News recently did a question and answer session with Paul Kiecker, USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service Administrator since last March 12. It’s worth reading in its entirety at M&P, and I am going to steal some quotes here. Kiecker certainly deserves the attention for rising to the top... Continue Reading

Germany part of resurgent hepatitis A outbreak

Joe Whitworth at Food Safety News - 22 hours ago
The resurgence of a hepatitis A outbreak linked to strawberries underlines the importance of complete traceback of implicated products during outbreaks, according to researchers. Following outbreaks linked to frozen strawberries in Sweden and Austria in 2018, 65 cases of the same hepatitis A virus (HAV) strain were detected in Germany between October 2018 and January... Continue Reading

Senegal project improves food safety capability

News Desk at Food Safety News - 22 hours ago
Senegal has improved detection of residues and contaminants in food products thanks to international help. The four-year project strengthening laboratory capabilities for analyzing veterinary drug residues and contaminants in food began in 2016. It is expected to boost consumer and market confidence and make the country’s exports of agricultural and food products more competitive. The... Continue Reading

Court Rules That Illegal Aliens Are Entitled To Representation In Congress

Francis Menton at Manhattan Contrarian - 22 hours ago
* In a post several weeks ago, I discussed a fact that I suspect most readers found astonishing: the U.S. Census up to now has been counting illegal aliens as part of the “population” for purposes of determining representation in Congress. * The occasion for the post was that President Trump had just issued a Memorandum directing the Census Bureau to inform him of how many illegal aliens are included in the count for 2020 that is currently ongoing, so that he could attempt to have those persons excluded from the population base used for congressional apportionment. * Although you mi... more »

September 23rd – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1343

sundance at The Last Refuge - 22 hours ago
In an effort to keep the Daily Open Thread a little more open topic we are going to start a new daily thread for “Presidential Politics”. Please use this thread to post anything relating to the Donald Trump Administration and Presidency. This thread will refresh daily and appear above the Open Discussion Thread. President Trump … … Continue reading →

Wednesday September 23rd – Open Thread

sundance at The Last Refuge - 22 hours ago
Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name. Thy kingdom come. THY WILL BE DONE, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but DELIVER US FROM EVIL. … … Continue reading →

Australian Daily Wind Power Generation Data – Tuesday 22nd September 2020

TonyfromOz at PA Pundits – International - 23 hours ago
By Anton Lang ~ This Post details the daily wind power generation data for the AEMO coverage area in Australia. For the background information, refer to the Introductory Post at this link. Each image is shown here at a smaller size to fit on the page alongside the data for that day. If you click […]

In UN Speech, Trump Highlights US Response To COVID-19, Faults China

PA Pundits - International at PA Pundits – International - 23 hours ago
By Brett Schaefer ~ Every year at this time, a majority of the world’s leaders gather in New York at the United Nations for the annual General Assembly debate. Excited to be on the world stage and to burnish their standing before both international and domestic audiences, leaders are seldom able to restrain themselves to […]

U.S. Was Tops In Mining During The 1990s But Is Now Import Dependent

PA Pundits - International at PA Pundits – International - 23 hours ago
By Dr. Jay Lehr ~ No nation on Earth has been endowed with more valuable minerals than the United States. We led the world in mining output only 30 years ago. Due to environmental activist resistance and unreasonable EPA regulations our nation has fallen to seventh in mining productivity. Yet the National Mining Association estimates […]

Oppressors Of The Palestinian Arabs

PA Pundits - International at PA Pundits – International - 23 hours ago
A Dry Bones Cartoon ~ The PLO and Hamas refuse to hold elections or to allow Palestinian Arabs under their control to emigrate. Read more by Yaakov Kirschen at Dry Bones . http://drybonesblog.blogspot.com/

Quote of the Day

vonMesser at 'Nox & Friends - 23 hours ago

In A Major US-China War, Whose Side Is Southeast Asia On?

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 23 hours ago
*South China Sea:* *In a US-China war, whose side is Southeast Asia on? Philippines, Singapore and Malaysia ponder the unthinkable* * Amid China’s military drills near Taiwan and fears that the South China Sea is becoming a proxy for Washington and Beijing’s deepening rivalry, Asian analysts are considering the worst-case scenario * Caught between superpowers clashing in their own backyard, Southeast Asian nations might find staying neutral is not an option Across Southeast Asia, scenario planning exercises by analysts and policymakers preparing for the unthinkable – a military cla... more »

PBS: Barr Announces $100 Million More to Combat Human Trafficking

Erin Elizabeth at Health Nut News - 23 hours ago
U.S. Attorney General William Barr says the federal government is awarding more than $100 million in grants to target human trafficking. In Atlanta Monday, Barr made the announcement with Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and presidential adviser Ivanka Trump. The money will go to task forces combatting human trafficking, to victim services, and victim housing. Barr […] The post PBS: Barr Announces $100 Million More to Combat Human Trafficking appeared first on Health Nut News.

EU FTA study on the cards

bilaterals.org - 23 hours ago
23-Sep-2020 The Trade Negotiations Department is scheduled to propose a study of the long-awaited free trade agreement (FTA) with the EU and present the outcome of public hearings on the pact's impact to the commerce minister by the middle of next month.

Defense Secretary Mark Esper And Chairman Of The Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 23 hours ago
Defense Secretary Dr. Mark T. Esper and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Army Gen. Mark A. Milley conduct a news conference at the Pentagon, Oct. 28, 2019. *CNN:* *Esper and Milley appear to adopt different strategies to deal with Trump as election approaches* Washington (CNN)The Pentagon's two most senior figures were so angry about President Donald Trump's unprecedented attack on senior military leadership earlier this month that they got on the phone with the White House chief of staff to express their dismay, according to several defense officials. Defense Secretary Mark ... more »

Does Physics Refute Naive Realism?

Unknown at The Conservative Socrates - 23 hours ago
In philosophy, there are no facts—there are only positions. Bertrand Russell makes this argument in the Introduction to his book *An Inquiry Into Meaning and Truth*, “The observer, when he seems to himself to be observing a stone, is really, if physics is to be believed, observing the effects of the stone upon himself. Thus science seems to be at war with itself: when it most means to be objective, it finds itself plunged into subjectivity against its will. Naive realism leads to physics, and physics, if true, shows that naive realism is false. Therefore naive realism, if true, is... more »

How Fast Can the Senate Move on a Supreme Court Nominee?

Thomas Jipping at The National Interest - 23 hours ago
*Thomas Jipping* *Politics, Americas* One Supreme Court justice was confirmed the same day he was nominated. The Supreme Court vacancy created by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg focuses attention on an obscure—but very important—process within our system of government; namely, how does such a job opening get filled? First, there’s no manual, rulebook, or set of instructions. The Constitution, in fact, has very little to say about it. It gives the power to make nominations to the president and the power of “advice and consent” to the Senate. And the Constitution allows th... more »

The F-4 Phantom vs. the MiG-21: Who Wins?

Warfare History Network at The National Interest - 23 hours ago
*Warfare History Network* *History, * Although their attributes were considerably different, the F-4 Phantom and MiG-21 fighters were lethal adversaries in the skies over Vietnam. *Key Point*: Though they were common adversaries, the appearances of the Phantom and the MiG-21 could scarcely have been more different. During the protracted air war in the skies over Vietnam, two fighter interceptor and air superiority planes emerged as the most prominent aircraft of their type. These were the McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom and the Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-21. When these supersonic fighter... more »

Meet the 11 Women on Trump’s Supreme Court List

Fred Lucas at The National Interest - 23 hours ago
*Fred Lucas* *Politics, Americas* Over four years, the president has put a total of 11 women on four lists of contenders for the Supreme Court. President Donald Trump says his choice to fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Supreme Court seat is going to be a woman. “It will be a woman, a very talented, very brilliant woman,” Trump told reporters Saturday in Fayetteville, North Carolina. He reiterated that in a speech Monday evening in Vandalia, Ohio. It’s not known for sure who is on Trump’s short list of five candidates for a nomination by the end of the week. However, the pres... more »

Have you noticed in fighting the ‘pandemic’ your govt never mentions fresh air, sunlight, organic food, exercise or vitamins?

Pam Vernon at Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch - 23 hours ago
I figured this glaringly obvious fact needs to be highlighted. You can easily be arrested these days for doing healthy things like walking on the beach as was the young woman pictured below in Victoria, or shopping at your local fruit and veg market. But then what would you expect from a world that has … Continue reading Have you noticed in fighting the ‘pandemic’ your govt never mentions fresh air, sunlight, organic food, exercise or vitamins? →

How to get the NZ government to accept that 20 people out of 1,500 is a majority? Ask Kapiti Coast DC

Pam Vernon at Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch - 23 hours ago
More miracles from NZ. From Wakanae Watcher, NZ. “Fact versus fiction: open letter to KCDC councillors”. “Give us folks the evidence of how the KCDC mayor and Council were able to get the NZ government to accept that 20 people out of 1,500 as being the majority. And to get $2.3 million. And having the … Continue reading How to get the NZ government to accept that 20 people out of 1,500 is a majority? Ask Kapiti Coast DC →

Rio Tinto Mining and the Destruction of Aboriginal Juukan Cave Heritage. A Loss to Humanity

Pam Vernon at Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch - 23 hours ago
Originally posted on Counter Information: By Prof. Sam Ben-Meir Global Research, September 22, 2020 The Anglo-Australian multinational company Rio Tinto – the largest iron ore mining company in the world – demolished two 46,000-year-old Aboriginal rock shelters in May. What is particularly disturbing about this event is that Rio Tinto was apparently acting entirely within the…

Thousands of Belgian medical doctors and health professionals sign open letter pleading with authorities and media to listen to actual science on Covid-19

Pam Vernon at Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch - 23 hours ago
Originally posted on Justice4Poland.com: American Institute for Economic ResearchSun, 20 Sep 2020 19:03 UTC © Pixabay/fernandozhiminaicela The following letter has made an impact on public health authorities not only in Belgium but around the world. The text could pertain to any case in which states locked down their citizens rather than allow people…

Warp Speed Vaccine Will Be Shielded From Liability

Pam Vernon at Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch - 23 hours ago
Originally posted on The PPJ Gazette: Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola Story at-a-glance It takes years to develop a safe and effective vaccine, but COVID-19 vaccines are being rushed through clinical trials In the U.S., vaccine-makers are protected from civil liability for vaccine injuries and deaths and U.K.-based AstraZeneca has also procured extra liability protection…

Student Enrollment Declines Across California’s Community College System

Dynahlee Padilla at Diverse - 23 hours ago
According to EdSource, student enrollment within California’s community college system has declined this fall — systemwide. Some campuses have even reported in double-digit losses. Though it is the nation’s largest college system, the circumstances have been compounded by the coronavirus pandemic, significant job loss, remote school/work as well as historic wildfires. “This is an issue […]

NACAC Kicks Off 2020 Virtual Conference

Arrman Kyaw at Diverse - 23 hours ago
The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) began its three-day conference Tuesday — this year’s conference, for the first time, is virtual due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Selection Committee to Pick New Temple University President Draws Criticism

Dynahlee Padilla at Diverse - 23 hours ago
A committee of 18 people is leading the search for Temple University’s new president. But a group of faculty, elected officials and residents worry that the committee, mostly comprised of White men, won’t make a culturally competent choice, reports WHYY. As it stands, the search committee to replace Dr. Richard Englert, who announced plans to retire […]

Nearly 160 Providence College Students Test Positive for COVID-19

Arrman Kyaw at Diverse - 23 hours ago
Nearly 160 students at Providence College have tested positive for the coronavirus, a school spokesman said Monday, Boston.com reported. Student testing over the weekend confirmed 34 new cases, spokesman Steven Maurano said, adding that no students have been hospitalized. Last week, the president of Providence College, which has approximately 4,800 students, announced that the school […]

Post-Covid World Order: UN Summit Talks Mix Coronavirus, Global Governance, and Peace

mosesman at Socio-Economics History Blog - 23 hours ago
Post-Covid World Order: UN Summit Talks Mix Coronavirus, Global Governance, and Peace Post-Covid World Order: UN Summit Talks Mix Coronavirus, Global Governance, and Peace – Today on TruNews we discuss the radical shift world leaders believe is coming to the existing international order after the pandemic passes, as former enemies see friendly opportunities and openings …

Graham: ‘We’ve Got the Votes to Confirm Justice Ginsburg’s Replacement Before the Election’ and ‘That’s What’s Coming’

mosesman at Socio-Economics History Blog - 23 hours ago
Graham: ‘We’ve Got the Votes to Confirm Justice Ginsburg’s Replacement Before the Election’ and ‘That’s What’s Coming’ by Ian Hanchett, https://www.breitbart.com/ On Monday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) stated that Senate Republicans have “the votes to confirm Justice Ginsburg’s replacement before the election.” And said that …

9/11 Was An Inside Job; Could They Do It Again, Before November 3rd or Just After?

mosesman at Socio-Economics History Blog - 23 hours ago
LaRouchePAC Videos On Saturday, September 12th, two former senior members of the National Security Agency, Bill Binney and J. Kirk Wiebe presented incontrovertible evidence that the nearly 3000 murders of 9/11/2001 were an inside job which led to the establishment of a full-scale surveillance state in the United States. That surveillance apparatus has been fully …

Thursday Conversation — Andrew Maguire — Precious Metal Update

mosesman at Socio-Economics History Blog - 23 hours ago
Thursday Conversation — Andrew Maguire — Precious Metal Update by https://www.tfmetalsreport.com/ It has been a couple of months since we’ve spoken with Andy and there have been all sorts of interesting developments over the intervening weeks. So please carve out some time to give this podcast a listen as Andy had some very interesting things …

Charlie Ward: Quantum Financial System, Trump, Financial Reset – Final Version

mosesman at Socio-Economics History Blog - 23 hours ago
Project Camelot THIS VIDEO HAS BEEN EDITED TO REMOVE DELAYS…BROADCAST LIVE VIA YOUTUBE. Charlie Ward has been receiving inside info from what he calls high level government contacts regarding the financial reset and the plan to shut down the economies of the world as far back as 6 years ago. Please check out Charlie Ward’s …

Dana Coverstone on Solemn September Assembly – 09/22/2020

mosesman at Socio-Economics History Blog - 23 hours ago
Prophecy Club Pastor Dana Coverstone’s dream came into fulfilment this last weekend. What a privelage to have had him here with us during the Solemn September Assembly. He is such a humble man of God with such a good heart! Thank you Pastor Dana! Listen today as he shares his thoughts and heart about the …

Gold To Rise Regardless of Election Outcome | Rick Rule

mosesman at Socio-Economics History Blog - 23 hours ago
Miles Franklin President of US Sprott Holdings Rick Rule says the presidential election is irrelevant when it comes to the gold market. Regardless of who wins the White House, the debt will continue to increase. In June alone, the deficit was $864 billion. Rick says, “In the near term at least with regards to gold, …

Democrats Threaten CIVIL WAR as Trump and GOP Move Forward to Replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg!!!

mosesman at Socio-Economics History Blog - 23 hours ago
Dr. Steve Turley President Trump and GOP indeed have the votes to confirm the next conservative Justice to the Supreme Court as panicked Democrats threaten CIVIL WAR! In this video, we’re going to look at how Trump has already announced that he will indeed be putting forward a SCOTUS nominee before the election, how the …

THE INSIDE SCOOP: G O L D R O Y A L T Y — David Garofalo

mosesman at Socio-Economics History Blog - 23 hours ago
SGTreport With gold and silver monkey hammered in the paper markets on Monday, there’s no better time to talk with David Garofalo the former CEO of GoldCorp about the future outlook for precious metals in a world drowning in debt, and get the inside scoop on his new venture, Gold Royalty, a spin off of …

Central Banks / Deep State Money Laundering Scheme Exposed To The World, The Start – Episode 2282a

mosesman at Socio-Economics History Blog - 23 hours ago
X22 Report News Flash The economy is recovering and retail sales is going to pop in Oct. The shopping season is going to begin early and the last quarter is going to take off. The [CB]/[DS] money laundering scheme is now being exposed to the world, this is the just the beginning. end

Massive Money Laundering | Top Banks Accused of Playing Part in Movement of $2 Trillion

mosesman at Socio-Economics History Blog - 23 hours ago
RT The world of finance has been rocked by a scandal following a ‘leak’ of thousands of documents, including ‘suspicious activity reports’ filed by financial institutions to US regulators. It’s led to turmoil, with the world’s top banks being accused of ‘moving large sums of allegedly illicit funds’ over past two decades. end

Tuesday Night Cat Blogging

Unknown at Accidental Deliberations - 23 hours ago
Toying cats.

President Trump: SCOTUS Nominee Will Be Announced Saturday at 5:00pm…

sundance at The Last Refuge - 23 hours ago
Earlier today President Trump delivered remarks as he departed the White House for a campaign event in Pennsylvania. During his impromptu remarks President Trump remarked the announcement of the supreme court nominee will be Saturday at 5:00pm. [Video and Transcript … Continue reading →

How Toxic Will DeSantis Be-- Not To Mention Trump-- For Down-Ballot Republican Incumbents In Florida?

DownWithTyranny at DownWithTyranny! - 1 day ago
*COVID Ron with COVID Don* Polling shows that Ron DeSantis (R-FL) is the second most hated governor in the U.S. Just 29% of Floridians say he's handled the pandemic well (and that includes the 4% who think he's handled it "very well"). Who's worse? Iowans say Kim Reynolds, who only had 26% willing to say she's done a good job on the pandemic. As of yesterday, there were 685,439 cases in Florida-- 31,914 cases per million residents, the worst in the country outside of Louisiana. Florida has active 453,331 cases (worst in America by far), which means there will be more deaths adde... more »

Here's How a 6-3 Supreme Court Would be Different

Morgan Marietta at The National Interest - 1 day ago
*Morgan Marietta* *Politics, The Americas* A court with a 6-3 conservative majority would be a dramatic shift from the court of recent years, which was more closely divided, with Ginsburg as the leader of the liberal wing of four justices and Chief Justice John Roberts as the frequent swing vote. If the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is replaced this year, the Supreme Court will become something the country has not seen since the justices became a dominant force in American cultural life after World War II: a decidedly conservative court. A court with a 6-3 conservative majori... more »

The COVID Rorschach Test and the Split in Thinking That Divides America (the Sweden tribe vs. the Whitmer tribe)

admin at Coyote Blog - 1 day ago
If you want to get right down to the core of the disagreement on responses to COVID, this post by Kevin Drum illustrates it perfectly. Start with this: My usual daily look at COVID-19 deaths was posted a few minutes ago, but I thought it might be worthwhile to also give you a quick look […]

"China absolutely building out massive surveillance state domestically/internationally"

Bob Dinn at balance10 - 1 day ago
Zhenhua Data's chief executive Wang Xuefeng boasted of using data to wage "hybrid warfare". "China is absolutely building out a massive surveillance state domestically/internationally" Professor Balding told the *ABC*…. "This mass collection of data is taking place in China's private sector, in the same way Beijing outsources its cyber attack capability to private subcontractors," Mr Potter told the ABC…. Zhenhua boasts it has about 20 "collection nodes" scattered around the world to vacuum enormous amounts of data and send back to China. Two of the nodes have been identified as bei... more »

RECORD COLD caused hundreds of thousands of birds to fall from NM skies earlier this month

Robert at Ice Age Now - 1 day ago
Social media was wrong about the hundreds of thousands of dead birds in New Mexico. Don’t blame the California wildfires. According to UNM Ornithology PhD students Jenna McCullough and Nick Vinciguerra, the historic Arctic front that rode anomalously-far south on the back of a meridional jet stream flow was the primary cause of the deaths. “The ... Read more RECORD COLD caused hundreds of thousands of birds to fall from NM skies earlier this month The post RECORD COLD caused hundreds of thousands of birds to fall from NM skies earlier this month appeared first on Ice Age Now.

MSM Promotes Yet Another CIA Press Release As News

Caitlin Johnstone at Caitlin Johnstone - 1 day ago
The Washington Post, whose sole owner is a CIA contractor, has published yet another anonymously sourced CIA press release disguised as a news report which just so happens to facilitate longstanding CIA foreign policy. In an article titled “Secret CIA assessment: Putin ‘probably directing’ influence […]

More microgreens recalled in relation to Salmonella outbreak

News Desk at Food Safety News - 1 day ago
A third recall has been initiated in Canada related to a Salmonella outbreak associated with fresh sprouts from Sunsprout. The recall covers micro-greens including alfalfa and onion, and alfalfa and radish. There is concern that consumers may have the recalled microgreens in their homes because of their relatively long shelf life. The sprouted greens named... Continue Reading

A Hole in the Market

David Henderson at Econlib - 1 day ago
“When markets fail, use markets.” The above is a quote from Arnold Kling, the person who started this blog. I thought of that when reading Sally Satel, “Rethink Crisis Response,” Reason, October 2020. The whole October issue, by the way, is focused on fixing the police, and it’s excellent. Here are the first 3 paragraphs […] The post A Hole in the Market appeared first on Econlib.

Coronavirus Mutations: The Next Covid Threat?

Lucy van Dorp at The National Interest - 1 day ago
*Lucy van Dorp* *Public Health, World* The term mutation tends to conjure up images of dangerous new viruses with enhanced abilities sweeping across the planet. And while mutations constantly emerge and sometimes sweep – early mutations in Sars-CoV-2 have made their way around the world as the virus spread almost unnoticed. In early January, the first genome sequence of Sars-CoV-2 – the virus that causes COVID-19 – was released under the moniker “Wuhan-1”. This string of 30,000 letters (the A, T, C and Gs of the genetic code) marked day one in the race to understand the genetics ... more »

This Civil War Commander Might Be the Worst Leader in U.S. Military History

Warfare History Network at The National Interest - 1 day ago
*Warfare History Network* *History, Americas* For his part in the Sand Creek Massacre and his lust for power, John Chivington is often regarded as one of America's worst leaders ever. *Key Point*: Motives and morals matter just as much as tactics and leadership. John M. Chivington was a prominent military commander during the American Civil War in the West. Initially an ordained Methodist Minister, Chivington would abuse his position as a military commander, leading the federal government to condemn his actions as an officer of the United States Military. John Chivington achiev... more »