Monday, June 17, 2019

World’s population

World’s population is projected to nearly stop growing by the end of the century

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Purged 12 Years Of ICE Speeches

Obama Admin Purged 12 Years Of ICE Speeches On Immigration Crisis Hours Before Trump Inauguration

A collection of 190 transcripts of speeches on ICE’s website was deleted on Jan. 18 and late in the evening on Jan. 19, 2017, according to research conducted by the Sunlight Foundation, a nonpartisan organization that advocates for government transparency. Statements made by high-ranking ICE officials regarding controversial immigration topics such as sanctuary cities, E-Verify, treatment of detainees, and other issues were included in the reported deletions. -Daily Caller

Monday, June 3, 2019

D Day

D-Day's 24 Hours Changed the 20th Century, and Europe, Forever

Thursday, May 30, 2019

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Friday, May 24, 2019

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Monday, May 20, 2019

If Sweden and Germany

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  If Sweden and Germany Became US States, They Would be Among the Poorest States

If Sweden and Germany Became US States, They Would be Among the Poorest States

[NB: The graphs and source data in this article has been updated in "These US States Have Higher Incomes than Nearly Every European Country" published in June 2018.]
The battle over the assumed success of European socialism continues. Many European countries like Sweden have gained a reputation as being very wealthy in spite of their highly regulated and taxed economies. From there, many assume that the rest of Europe is more or less similar, even if slightly poorer. But if we look more closely at the data, a very different picture emerges, and we find that the median household in the US is better off (income-wise) than the median household in all but three European countries.

Worse than Mississippi?

Last year, a debate erupted over how Britain would compare to individual US states. In the UK Spectator, Fraser Nelson explained "Why Britain is poorer than any US state, other than Mississippi." A week later, TIME shot back with an article titled "No, Britain Is Not Poorer than Alabama." The author of the TIME article, Dan Stewart, explained that, yes, Britain is poorer than many US states, but certainly not all of them. (See below to confirm that the UK is, in fact, poorer than every state.)

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Friday, May 17, 2019


Two U.S. Warships Enter Persian Gulf Without Incident

File photos of USS Gonzalez (DDG-66) (top) and USS McFaul (DDG-74)
Two U.S. guided-missile destroyers entered the Persian Gulf on Thursday without incident as the likelihood of an armed confrontation between Iran and the U.S. appears less likely, two U.S. defense officials confirmed to USNI News on Thursday.

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Control Freak:

1. They always correct people when they are wrong

Those who will not put up with mistakes in their own life are most likely to point out other’s errors. They have a need to correct other people in order for them to stop feeling so anxious. It could be a spelling or grammatical error, or a question of social etiquette. They know they are right and they have to let others know also.

2. They always criticize and judge other people

Judgmental people are more often than not control freaks because they simply cannot put up with errors or mistakes from other people. They come across as pious and sanctimonious to their friends and family but they cannot help themselves, it is like a reflex action.

3. They are leaders, not team players

When you join a team, you give up a certain amount of control. To the control freak, this is unacceptable. How will they exert their rules and controls over the rest of the team unless they lead it? They cannot dictate others’ behaviour unless they are leading or managing.

4. They take full credit for their success

There is absolutely no way a control freak will attribute their success to anyone other than themselves. It was them that succeeded, and they will say that it was because they took control over every aspect of the job, and didn’t allow anyone else to get involved.

5. They will never admit when they’re wrong

Control freaks will never admit if they have made a mistake, despite them coming down like a ton of bricks on anyone else who does. Their appearance is so fragile and has to be protected at all costs, so they will never admit it, even the smallest issue. To them, they can do no wrong.

6. They know what’s best and try and change you

Many control freaks think that they alone know what is best for everyone on the planet. They will try and convince you to change your behaviour to suit their agenda. They do this by manipulation, aggressive tactics or piling on the pressure.

7. They spend a lot of their time trying to prevent bad things occurring

Control freaks worry about the future and as such try to make sure that they are prepared for anything bad that is coming their way. Much of their time is wasted by concentrating on events that might or might not happen.

8. They never delegate tasks to others

A control freak will never give a task to someone else if they can do it themselves. They truly believe that they are the best person for the job, no matter what it is, they have to do it because if anyone else does it will just have to be redone by them.

9. They always have to have the last word

Control freaks cannot let anyone have the last say on a situation, they have to have the last word in order to finish off the discussion. If they do not have the final word, it is as if the situation is unresolved and left hanging, which is torture for a control freak. They need everything bundled up and tied up nicely.

10. They have no time for anyone who makes a mistake

There will never be a time when a control freak says to someone else – ‘Don’t worry, we all make mistakes’. For a control freak, this is the worst kind of person, as someone who makes continual errors is either lazy or just plain stupid.

Monday, May 6, 2019


[Ben] Shapiro pointed out that journalism school and college tend to draw people who shun God and religion, which inevitably leads to “a huge blind spot in the discussion of religion and what that leads to is sort of an antagonistic relationship with people who are religious and tend to mislabel anybody who's religious is a bigot.

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Venezuela Guns

Members of the Bolivarian National Guard who joined Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaido fire into the air to repel forces loyal to President Nicolas Maduro who arrived to disperse a demonstration near La Carlota military base in Caracas on April 30, 2019. - Guaido -- accused by the government of attempting a coup Tuesday -- said there was "no turning back" in his attempt to oust President Nicolas Maduro from power. (Photo by FEDERICO PARRA/AFP/Getty Images)

Venezuela Banned Private Gun

Ownership Less Than A Decade Ago
Amber Athey | White House Correspondent
Venezuela banned private citizens from owning guns seven years ago, leaving firearms solely in the hands of the army and the police. Now, as the country’s opposition attempts to oust the oppressive Maduro regime from power, it is a decision some have come to regret.

Saturday, April 27, 2019

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Saturday, April 20, 2019

Depression, Anger and Anxiety

If you struggle with depression, anger, or anxiety, or simply feel like your life’s in a rut, check out How to Be Miserable. It’s a quick read, packed with actionable steps to help you start improving your situation.miserable

Friday, April 19, 2019

Political power.........Gun

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"Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun."
-Mao Tse Tung

"...the liberties of the American people were dependent upon the ballot-box, the jury-box, and the cartridge-box; that without these no class of people could live and flourish in this country..."
-Frederick Douglass

Thursday, April 18, 2019

Good Day for Trump

'A Good Day': Trump Claims Victory with Mueller Report Out
'A Good Day': Trump Claims Victory with Mueller Report Out

For nearly two years, President Donald Trump and his allies sought to undermine special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe, attacking investigators' credibility and playing down their findings. As a redacted version of Mueller's report was finally released Thursday, Trump framed the moment as a political victory. [Full Story]