Lysander

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Date registered: January 24, 2015

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  1. Singapore is new ground zero for freedom of press — November 28, 2019
  2. It begins: NOAA now blocking access to original temp data — November 28, 2019
  3. Snow cover has INCREASED since CO2 hit 350 ppm in 1988 — November 28, 2019
  4. McLatchy–one of the largest “mainstream” news chains–nears bankruptcy — November 19, 2019
  5. Montana legislature creates multi-million-dollar agency, stops all boats on highways, can’t find any invasive mussels — November 18, 2019

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Nov 28

Singapore is new ground zero for freedom of press

Singapore, one of the freest places on earth by some accounts, is struggling to throw off press repressions. The Singapore government recently imposed new laws purportedly aimed at stamping out fake news. “A blogger said on Thursday he would not comply with a Singapore government order to correct a Facebook post in the first test …

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Nov 28

It begins: NOAA now blocking access to original temp data

NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration–a branch of NASA–has been continuously altering temperature history for years. In general, NOAA’s adjustments have made the past seem colder than it was actually measured by thermometers. This, of course, allows the government to claim that temperatures have risen dramatically. But until recently, NOAA’s online pages also gave …

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Nov 28

Snow cover has INCREASED since CO2 hit 350 ppm in 1988

Snow extent has been increasing since CO2 hit 350 PPM in 1988, and has been continuously above average for the past few years. This defies all proclamations by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), every report of the U.S. Climate Assessments, and every regional climate assessment. This discovery was made by Tony Heller, …

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Nov 19

McLatchy–one of the largest “mainstream” news chains–nears bankruptcy

Bloomberg reports that “The McClatchy Co., the storied news publisher weighed down by pension obligations and debt, could file for bankruptcy within the next year.” McClatchy operates a news service and owns the Miami Herald, the Kansas City Star, the Charlotte Observer and other pro-government (“mainstream”) papers. Its reporters and content have been repeatedly linked …

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Nov 18

Montana legislature creates multi-million-dollar agency, stops all boats on highways, can’t find any invasive mussels

Montana’s voters, like those almost everywhere, have repeatedly voted for Republican politicians who promised “limited government.” The Montana legislature has been controlled by these “limited government Republicans” for more than a quarter century. Yet the legislature has grown Montana’s government faster than the rate of inflation for decades. Indeed, Montana’s legislature has grown government faster …

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Nov 17

Twitter’s highest censor over Europe and Africa is revealed as a British government propaganda official!

Everyone knows that major social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Google and Youtube have recently been on censorship binges–blocking, deplatforming, removing and censoring antigovernment criticism or content. Most free press advocates have been lulled into inaction regarding this because the online media platforms are private firms rather than government agencies. But now it has …

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Nov 17

Income inequality decreases in free markets, increases under government regulations

Income inequality is proclaimed to be a major issue for government trusters everywhere. In the U.S., presidential candidates like Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders argue for even greater government regulations and taxes to fight income inequality. But the data show that U.S. income taxation already places burdens on the highest income earners which are greater …

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Nov 17

Iranian protestors–like those in Paris, Ecuador, and Chile–are driven by outrage over climate taxes

Iran has been the Middle East’s poster child in the area of climate change regulations. Since the 2015 Paris Accords, the Iranian government has positioned itself as a worldwide “climate tax” leader. The government loudly denounced the U.S. when U.S. President Trump pulled out of the Paris agreement in 2017. Iran has recently raised carbon …

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Nov 14

Politico: “Mainstream” media is losing credibility by hiding “the whistleblower”

Eric Ciaramella is a privileged, highly-paid federal employee with a long track record of supporting pro-government extremist positions and the Democratic Party. It was apparently Ciaramella who, while working in the National Security Council in July of this year, heard that Donald Trump had talked to the Ukrainian president (via telephone) about getting the Ukrainian …

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Nov 12

UPDATE: New York ExxonMobil Trial Sputters to an End

New York Attorney General Drops Half Its Fraud Case In Closing Arguments Lower Manhattan. November 7, 2019. The downsized “Exxon knew” trial in New York City has ended. The parties await a verdict from Judge Barry Ostrager in the New York Supreme Court. A 3-year investigation by the New York Attorney General into some 4 …

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