Interesting information. Long distances and temperatures over 40 C are common in much of rural Australia. Likewise below 0 C isn't unusual for the deer hunting areas of the high country in winter. And yet our city based politicians are trying to force these abominations on us.
Yeah those hipster/liberal SJW snobs are something else. They "support" all of these causes because it is the trendy thing to do. Not because they actually practice what they preach. These are the same types who will bleat about helping poor people, how bad/evil the police are etc... Yet if they see a tent (owned by a homeless person) show up in a park in one of the expensive neighborhoods they live in, they will be the first to run to call 311 or 911 about said tent and homeless person. They're sheep or sheeple(??).I’m sure some of these folks are misled and
actually believe that they are helping the environment. However, IMO most are driven by eco-snobbery, not logic, economics or actual environmental responsibility.
There maybe 7 million "unlawful" aliens in the country, but not 7 million "illegal" aliens. That is the problem - that the entry is unlawful under a civil statute and not illegal under a criminal statute.@wesheltonj +
There are 7 Million "Illegal" Immigrants + Crossing since 2021. It's being allowed & Against the Law.
While there are people still waiting years to come here legally.
As far as Whistleblowers, Classified Documents, etc. There's no suprise the Law & Constitution Doesn't apply to them. Simply, not a hot tip here.
Could I walk into Isreal, ie or any Country. Without a Passport, I'd, P.O, Citizenship, Visa.
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Did anyone suggest Putin would "keep on going" when he took either Georgia or Crimea? We are not at the very start of the process now. This is the 2nd time he kept on going. Our allies hope he never gets the chance to keep on going in their respective directions....You disagree with Horowitz and thats fine, you have your opinion he has his.
I have yet to see anyone lay out what our national interest is, beyond inane things like "well, if we dont stop Putin now he will just keep going", when there is nothing to suggest that is valid.
I continue to be very skeptical of the whole thing. Especially after hearing the idiot former Admiral John Kirby state right up front with Shannon Bream that in so many words munitions makers are pretty much dictating to the govt, that they need to make lots of ammo to make any.
Eisenhower warned us.
"The defense industry obviously wants to make sure that if they're going to increase production, that that production rate is going to stay elevated for a period of time. Because that means hiring more workers, it means retooling and adding capacity in their factories and manufacturing capabilities. So we understand that and that's sort of the central thesis here of the discussions that we're having with them, is to get them to increase production and let them know that we're serious about doing that for some period of time," Kirby said
Mark Twain said it before that, I believe.To answer the unknown author, Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881), British Prime Minister, is quoted with saying this.
I only respond because this reminded me of an interesting history stat from my stats class a few years ago.
According to Prussian Army record between 1875 and 1894, 196 men were killed by horse kicking. That is an average of 9.8 men a year being killed by a horse kick.
Is this a random fact yes, but I wanted to share it anyways.
WHY would you have even done that? Business? Pleasure? Living life on the edge? LOLIsrael Palestine border, no stops just drove thru both ways, zero checks. You would think, that crossing would be tight, as a wall separates the two states, but it was the easiest border crossing I’ve ever had.
WHY would you have even done that? Business? Pleasure? Living life on the edge? LOL
Thanks for clarifying that.Tens of thousands of tourists do it every day, along with hundreds of thousands of workers.
If you want to go from the Dead Sea to Galilee you just hop on the road and drive through the West Bank. There may be check points but you are generally waived through.
If you want to drive from Jerusalem to Amman, you have to traverse the West Bank.
If you are in Jerusalem and want to go to Bethlehem, Jericho or Hebron, you have to enter the West Bank. It is easier than an American going into Canada or vice versa.
I have never tried to enter Gaza so don't know what that's like.
I am sure things tighten down when rockets are flying out of Gaza or Lebanon but overall it is very safe. The tourist industry is too important to interrupt.