Randy Johnson comments

Posted in: GOP plans to upend Biden win for Trump rips party apart See in context

It is shocking to see some who are offended by people exercising their constitutional right. Makes you wonder if they really, actually do believe in democracy.

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Posted in: GOP plans to upend Biden win for Trump rips party apart See in context

Good to that at least a few politicians have some integrity.

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Posted in: Novelist Murakami urges politicians to speak sincerely about virus See in context

Yes. Good idea. Let's do speak very frankly about the virus without any media bias. A frank discussion would be entirely refreshing.

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Posted in: Novelist Murakami urges politicians to speak sincerely about virus See in context

Murakami is sanctimonious.

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Posted in: Homes of McConnell, Pelosi vandalized See in context

Spelling, grammar. Tell tale sign of a certain voter base?

Seen it many times.

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Posted in: After pardon, Blackwater guard defiant: ‘I acted correctly’ See in context

Looks like he's going to use his second chance in a positive way.

"I feel like it’s my duty to go out and do something positive and live a good life because they gave me a second chance, so that’s basically my goal.”

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Posted in: Police shoot knife-wielding man before arresting him See in context

Good.

The person in question has a weapon which can, does and will do harm.

As police training dictates, it it best to keep the public safe at all possible costs.

The knife weilding individual chose a bad path.

His fault. And only his fault. Period.

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Posted in: 'Gilligan's Island' star Dawn Wells dies at 82; COVID-19 cited See in context

So sad. She made many a young lad happy.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,337 daily COVID cases; nationwide tally 4,519 See in context

How many influenza cases this year?

It's a fair question.

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Posted in: China accuses U.S. of show of force with Taiwan Strait passage See in context

No need to listen to hypocritical china.

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Posted in: California, Colorado report first U.S. cases of virus variant See in context

Of course the 'new' virus strain is so-called detected in two blue states. Hm, what are the chances.

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Posted in: UK parliament approves Brexit trade deal as both sides look to future See in context

Good riddance euro socialist tyranny.

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Posted in: Beijing Winter Olympics nearing amid fears of Tokyo's cancellation See in context

Ban The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.

Really. Seriously. Just ban it.

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Posted in: UK hospitals struggle; tougher rules eyed to fight virus variant See in context

side effect

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Posted in: UK hospitals struggle; tougher rules eyed to fight virus variant See in context

An unspoken side affect of covid that few are willing to talk about.

https://summit.news/2020/12/30/report-1-5-billion-face-masks-added-to-plastic-ocean-hellscape/

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Posted in: 2020 weather disasters boosted by climate change: report See in context

Larry Elder breaks it down so it's easy to understand.

https://youtu.be/o95wVIIyNCs

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Posted in: 2020 weather disasters boosted by climate change: report See in context

How electric cars have never been the answer.

When it's all said and done, they emit virtually the same amount of CO2 as a regular internal combustion engine.

But it's always been obvious.

https://youtu.be/Kyhks-jjma8

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Posted in: 2020 weather disasters boosted by climate change: report See in context

Had a discussion with a long time friend of mine who always been on the left and who has moved even harder left to clearly stating he wants socialism in America. Long story short, even he can be somewhat realistic on matters of the environment when he said renewabless won't cut it as nuclear is the way to go. My jaw dropped when he said that. I thought, wow, a shred of reality. How refreshing.

https://youtu.be/Kyhks-jjma8

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Posted in: 2020 weather disasters boosted by climate change: report See in context

Riskymosiac.

My bad. I was referring to a different article which I did post above. Here is a clip from it.

California’s fires should indeed serve as a warning to the public, but not that climate change is causing the apocalypse. Rather, it should serve as a warning that mainstream news reporters and California’s politicians cannot be trusted to tell the truth about climate change and fires.  

The article I believe you are referencing does clearly state that the 'climate change' bush fires were clearly and indeed intentionally started by humans with pyrotechnic devices.

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Posted in: 2020 weather disasters boosted by climate change: report See in context

Riskymosiac. Read the end of that article.

It explains things better, albeit somewhat vaguely.

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Posted in: 2020 weather disasters boosted by climate change: report See in context

One issue is that some people believe that renewables are the end all. In fact, they are not. Here, an environmental activist rationallly explains why.

https://youtu.be/Kyhks-jjma8

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Posted in: 2020 weather disasters boosted by climate change: report See in context

All sides must and be listened to if we want to live efficiently and cleanly on this planet but it takes maturity, open-mindedness, listening and actual real hoest cooperation.

https://www.prageru.com/playlist/what-science-reveals-about-climate-change/

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Posted in: 2020 weather disasters boosted by climate change: report See in context

California's newsom ( pelosi's nephew) perhaps intentionally releasing intentional misinformation, made a comment in this article.

It's a good article, well written and balanced.

An article in which scientists/researchers point out what is actually happening.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaelshellenberger/2020/08/24/stop-blaming-climate-change-for-californias-fires-many-forests-including-the-redwoods-need-them/?sh=5b46654e70b3

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Posted in: 2020 weather disasters boosted by climate change: report See in context

Pretty sure everybody is into breathing clean air and taking care of the environment. However, there are different approaches as to how to do this. Currently, it's the one-think crowd who want to have it all their way. Tax people unnecessarily in ineffective programs.

Last year as you may remember there were the so-called climate change fires raging uncontrollably through the Australian bush in which hundreds of millions of animals died and caused extensive property damage costing people dearly.

Well, here's what really happened. I fear that some on the left side of politics may have not heard of this.

Two dozen Australians in the state of New South Wales have been arrested since early November for intentionally setting fires as record-large blazes continue to burn across the country.

There have been 24 people charged with deliberately setting fires among 183 facing legal action in the state, according to the New South Wales Police Force.

In addition to those facing the most serious charges of starting fires intentionally, authorities said another 53 people are facing legal action for not complying with the state's fire ban and 47 people have faced legal action for discarding a lit cigarette or match on land.

So, yes. Climate change is man made just not the way the so-called media portrays it.

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Posted in: Canada detects first coronavirus variant cases: health officials See in context

It is a virus. Of course it mutates. And as such infections usually go, the mutation will be less lethal, as that is an advantage from the point view of the virus.

Correct. But some don't want the word to get out.

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Posted in: George Blake, last in line of Cold War spies who betrayed Britain, dies in Moscow at age 98 See in context

Unmasked as a Soviet spy in 1961, Blake was sentenced to 42 years in London's Wormwood Scrubs prison. In a classic cloak-and-dagger story, he escaped in 1966 with the help of other inmates and two peace activists, and was smuggled out of Britain in a camper van. He made it through Western Europe undiscovered and crossed the Iron Curtain into East Berlin.

Whatever you wanna call them. They are there to harm the Western world.

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Posted in: LDP lawmaker drank with 30 people despite virus warnings See in context

Ah, and people want to be governed. This is yet another reason of many as to why govt must have limitations to trying to rule people's lives.

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Posted in: Unemployment benefits for millions expire as Trump rages See in context

Unfortunately pelosi has a lot of power and more unfortunately she wields it dangerously and recklessly to the point of hurting the American people. She can very easily get rid of the pork and easily help out the American people.

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Posted in: Unemployment benefits for millions expire as Trump rages See in context

From a few weeks ago.

Sen. Bernie Sanders admitted that fellow Democrats, led by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, were responsible for delaying urgently needed coronavirus relief by walking away from the White House’s offer of a $1.8 trillion coronavirus package.

In an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper Monday, the socialist two-time presidential candidate noted Pelosi’s hypocrisy in endorsing a smaller bipartisan $908 million deal last week after rejecting the twice-as-large proposal from President Trump in October.

“Democrats walked away from that deal because they wanted $2.2 trillion,” Tapper said.

“That’s right!” Sanders (I-Vt.) responded, confirming it was Democrats, not Republicans, who were to blame for months of inaction.

“They walked away from $1.8 trillion, was that a mistake?” Tapper asked.

“That’s what I’m saying. That’s exactly what I’m saying,” Sanders said.

“Here was a proposal much, much larger. Democrats said, ‘No, that’s not good enough,'” he continued.

Lawmakers are trying to pass another coronavirus stimulus bill in the remaining weeks before the Christmas break but have yet to reach an agreement after more than eight months of gridlock.

Democrats have been unwilling to shift from their demand for $2.2 trillion in relief and have rejected two smaller proposals from Senate Republicans that would have included more targeted relief for small businesses.

Months of negotiations between Pelosi (D-Calif.) and White House point person Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin also failed to yield a break-through, causing Trump to accuse Pelosi of “not negotiating in good faith.”

Sanders and Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) have both threatened to block any aid package that does not include another round of popular $1,200 stimulus checks.

All these delays, all the govt shutdowns, are all caused by pelosi who intentionally stalls, muddles and opposes anything and everything and all without the best interest of the American people on mind.

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Posted in: Unemployment benefits for millions expire as Trump rages See in context

This is what reasonable people know.

Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) stated that he believes Americans should receive $2,000 direct payments, and that if House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) removes the pork from the spending package, “she’ll get overwhelming Republican support. She’ll certainly have my support, but just to add a $2,000 payment instead of a $600 payment to the pork that’s in the bill is just unacceptable.”

Buck said, “I absolutely am in favor of giving the American people $2,000. I think it’s the right move. I think the president’s absolutely right, but that’s only part of what the president is suggesting. Nancy Pelosi gave the members of the House just a few hours to read 6,000 pages of legislation. She did that because she had stuffed this bill full of pork. … What the president is saying is, make America first. Bring America — make America the priority, so stop funding foreign projects in a COVID relief bill, knock that out, and take that money and use it to fund the — and give the American people a $2,000 check. If Nancy Pelosi does that, I think she’ll get overwhelming Republican support. She’ll certainly have my support, but just to add a $2,000 payment instead of a $600 payment to the pork that’s in the bill is just unacceptable.”

Unreasonable people try to spin it, intentionally try to muddle it, and try to fight against logic and reason.

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